The immediate exit of the devil was so apparent that the fame of the prescriber as a medical man was made at once.
Guaiacum and aconite may be given with equal benefit in any form preferred by the prescriber.
Doctor though I am, and prescriber of drugs, I wonder how much good we really do with our powders and potions.
As Charcot has said, in functional disorders it is not so much the prescription which matters as the prescriber.
I do not give the name of the prescriber, and you will please not mention from whence this comes.
Now, what can a prescriber of a gastro-intestinal ejector expect to accomplish by disturbing the maleconomy of this apparatus?
If the virtue of medicines could be enforced by the benevolence of the prescriber, how soon should I be well.'
On the contrary, it is important that the prescriber should be reminded constantly of their potent ingredients.
If a mixture is used at all, the prescriber should be constantly reminded of its composition.
"to write down as a direction," mid-15c., from Latin praescribere "write beforehand" (see prescription). Related: Prescribed; prescribing. Medical sense is from 1580s, probably a back formation from prescription.
prescribe pre·scribe (prĭ-skrīb')
v. pre·scribed, pre·scrib·ing, pre·scribes
To give directions, either orally or in writing, for the preparation and administration of a remedy to be used in the treatment of a disease.