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nguyentp8's version from 2015-09-04 07:54

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Question Answer
A1CHemoglobin A1C
AbdAbdomen
ABxAntibiotics
ACBefore meals (ante cibos)
ACEIAngiotension-converting enzyme inhibitor
ADright ear (auris, dextra)
ADEAdverse drug effect (or event)
ADHDAttention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
ADLActivities of daily living
ADRAdverse drug reaction
AFAtrial fibrillation
AIDSAcquired immunodeficiency syndrome
AKAAll known Allergies
AmpAmpule
AOMAcute otitis media
APAPAcetaminophen (N-acetyl-p-aminophenol)
ASLeft ear (auris sinistra)
ASAAspirin (acetylsalicylic acid)
AUEach ear (auris uterque)
BCBlood culture
BCPBirth control pill
BEBarium enema
BIDTwice daily (bis in die)
BPBlood Pressure
BPHBenign prostatic hyperplasia
BSABody surface area
BxBiopsy
C&SCulture and sensitivity
CADCoronary artery disease
CBCComplete blood count
CCBCalcium channel blocker
CHFCongestive heart failure
CKDChronic kidney disease
CNSCentral nervous system
COPDChronic obstructive pulmonary disease
CPChest pain
CPRCardiopulmonary resuscitation
CXRChest Xray
DKADiabetic ketoacidosis
DMDiabetes mellitus
DMARDDisease-modifying antirheumatic drug
DNRDo not resuscitate
DOBDate of birth
DPIDry powder inhaler
DSDouble strength
DVTDeep-vein thrombosis
DxDiagnosis
ECEnteric-coated
ECGElectrocardiogram
EENTEyes, ears, nose, throat
EKGElectrocardiogram
ESLDEnd-stage liver diseae
ESRDEnd-stage renal disease
ETOHEthanol
FBSFasting blood sugar
FDAFood and Drug Administration
FPGFasting plasma glucose
f/uFollow up
Fxfracture
GADGeneralized anxiety disorder
GDMGestational diabetes mellitus
GERDGastroesophageal reflux disease
GIGastrointestinal
GttDrops (guttae)
GUGenitourinary
H/AHeadache
Hb, hgbHemoglobin
HbAHemoglobin A1C
HBPHigh Blood Pressure
HBVHepatitis B Virus
HCHydrocortisone
HCGHuman Chorionic gonadotropin
HctHematocrit
HCTZHydrochlorothiazide
HCVHepatitis C Virus
HDLHigh-density lipoprotein
HEENTHead, eyes, ears, nose, throat
HFHeart failure
HIVhuman immunodeficiency virus
HPVHuman papilloma virus
HRHeart rate
HRTHormone replacement therapy
HSAt bedtime (hora somni)
HTNHypertension
HxHistory
IBWIdeal body weight
IMIntramuscular
INHIsoniazid
INRInternational normalized ratio
IUDIntrauterine device
KCLPotassium chloride
LLiter
LDLLow-density lipoprotein
LELower extremity
LFTLiver function test
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Question Answer
MARMedication administration record
McgMicrogram
MDIMetered-dose inhaler
mEgMilliequivalent
mgMilligram
MIMyocardial infarction
mLMilliliter
MRIMagnetic resonance imaging
MRSAMethicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
MSMusculoskeletal; multiple sclerosis; morphine
MVIMultivitamin
NGNasogastric
NGTNasogastric tube
NKANo known allergies
NKDANo known drug allergies
NPONothing by mouth
NSNormal saline
NSAIDNonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug
NTGNitroglycerin
N/VNausea and vomiting
NVDNausea/vomiting/diarrhea
ODRight eye (oculus dexter)
OSLeft eye (oculus sinister)
OTCOver-the-counter
OUEach eye (oculus uterque)
PCAfter meals (post cibum)
PCPPrimary care physician
PoBy mouth (per os)
PpdPacks per day
PPIProton pump inhibitor
PrPer rectum
PRNWhen necessary; as needed (pro re nata)
PTProthrombin time; physical therapy; patient
QEvery (quaque)
QDEvery day (quaque die)
QIDFour times daily (quater in die)
QODEvery other day
QOLQuality of life
QSQuantity sufficient
RARheumatoid arthritis
RRRespiratory rate
RTCReturn to clinic
SBPSystolic blood pressure
SCSubcutaneous
SCrSerum creatinine
SOBShortness of breath
SRISerotonin reuptake inhibitor
SSKSaturated solution of potassium iodide
SSRISelective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
STATImmediately; at once
STDSexually transmitted disease
SUPStress ulcer prophylaxis
SxSymptoms
TTemperature
TCATricyclic antidepressant
TCNTetracycline
TFTThyroid function test
TGTriglyceride
TIATransient ischemic attack
TIDThree times daily (ter in die)
TMP/SMXTrimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole
TxTreat; treatment
UAUrinalysis; uric acid
UEUpper extremity
URIUpper respiratory infection
YoYear-old
YrYear
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