This is due to space restrictions on the iPad screen. You will notice that on the web, the full Name of the medication appears:

However, on the iPad version of the Flowsheet, it gets shortened:

You may need to abbreviate longer medication names in SmartFlow (ie. Ampicillin Sulbactum shortened to Amp.Sulbactum so the tech knows it's not plain Ampicillin).  

This also applies to medications that can have different concentrations. For example, Hydromorphone 2 mg/mL or 10 mg/mL could be renamed 2Hydro and 10Hydro. Clavamox 62.5 mg and 125 mg tablets would become 62.5Clavamox and 125Clavamox to avoid the tech having to click on the name on the iPad to see the dose they are to give.  

NOTE: If your PIMS/EMR is integrated with SmartFlow, the product Names will need to be changed IN THE EMR as they are directly linked. Changing them only in SmartFlow will cause issues in the inventory/billing!

We hope you found this information useful!