Gave medical abbreviation
Positive and expiratory pressure poss possible post posterior post.
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O p q r s t u /.Nursing home niddm non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus Nitro; NTG nitroglycerin nn nerve noc night, at night NPA nasopharyngeal airway NPH neural protamine Hagedorn NPO nothing by mouth NRB non-rebreather mask NS normal saline NSR normal sinus rhythm nvbl neurovascular bilateral n/v nausea/vomiting n/v/d nausea/vomiting/diarrhea NWB.Doctors and other health care professionals commonly use a list of abbreviations, acronyms, and other medical terminology as a reference to rapidly search and accurately record information about, and give instructions to their patients.Pediatric 443, pharmacy 318, physiology 8,865, prescription 647 Prevention 108 Psychiatry 273 Rehabilitation 851 Surgical 710 Syndromes 552 Therapeutics 242 Therapy 939 Transplantation 142 Urology jeg kan sejle foruden vind 57 Vaccine 127 Veterinary 2,414.Quart(s) R right RA rheumatoid arthritis rbbb right bundle branch block RBC red blood cell re: regarding resp respiration, respiratory resps response rfpd rural fire protection district RLL right lower lobe of lung RLQ right lower quadrant RN registered nurse R/O; r/o rule out ROM.
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Negative NG; ng nasogastric.H.This is a short list of common abbreviations you may have seen on a doctor's notepad; a prescription drug package or bottle; lab or other test results; or in your doctor's notes.Have you ever wondered why you can't read the doctor's note or the letters and numbers on a prescription?Out patient OPA oropharyngeal airway opqrst see opqrst OR operating room orif open reduction and internal fixation OT occupational therapist/therapy OTC over-the-counter.Have you ever see the doctor's notes in your medical record and found peculiar abbreviations and jargon?H i j k l m n /.Minute(s) ml milliliter(s) mm millimeter(s) MMT manual muscle test mo; m/o month, months old mod moderate MOI mechanism of injury MP; MEP metacarpophalangeal MS multiple sclerosis, morphine sulfate mv millivolt(s) MVA motor vehicle accident Na sodium N/A not applicable NaCL sodium chloride NaCO3 sodium bicarbonate.MLA Style "Medical Abbreviation List." YourDictionary,.d.A b c d e f g /.Department DIP distal interphalangeal DJD degenerative joint disease DM diabetes mellitus dnar do not attempt resuscitation DNI do not intubate DNR do not resuscitate DO doctor of osteopathy d/o days old DOA dead on arrival DOB date of birth DOE dyspnea on exertion DT delirium.
Foot, feet FUO fever of unknown origin FVR forced vital capacity FWB full weight bearing fx fracture g; gm gram(s) GB gallbladder GCS Glasgow Coma Scale GI gastrointestinal gr grain(s) GSW gunshot wound gtt drops GU genitourinary GYN cdon rabatt gynecology h; hr hour H H; H/H.