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You are an FY2 Doctor on the renal ward. When admitting a patient, you wrote that they are allergic to penicillin in their drug chart. The patient is prescribed a penicillin-based antibiotic by another colleague, and as a result, develops a widespread rash. Nonetheless, they make a full recovery and a new drug chart is written up. When you look back at the prescription chart that you completed, you realise that what you had written is illegible.

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