Hospicillin is a penicillin derivative that treats patients by making them DNR[1] and sending to hospice.[2]

Brand Names



The Blue Pill.


One-time dose.

Route of Administration

However you can get it in there: PO, PR, IO, IV, OS, OU, you name it! See Route of Administration.


Hospicillin was approved by the FDA on March 1, 2017 for use in patients who are Full Code.[3]

Adverse Reactions

Nausea, maculopapular rash, genital detachment.

By the Way

Before you use hospicillin, have you first tried yelling at your patient? See Peter Edelstein for more information.

Related Topics


  1. Medical Team Confused as Patient Made DNR Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
  2. After Another Horrid Shift, Doctor Calls Palliative Care on Self, Goes Home with Hospice
  3. FDA Approves Hospicillin for Use in Patients Who are Full Code

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