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amni/o
amnion
angi/o
vessel
arteri/o
artery
ather/o
plaque
axill/o
armpit
bronch/o
bronchial tube
bronchi/o
bronchial tube
chem/o
drug
chem/o
chemical
cholecyst/o
gallbladder
chron/o
time
col/o
colan
cry/o
cold
esophag/o
esophagus
hyster/o
uterus
hyster/o
womb
inguin/o
groin
isch/o
to hold back
isch/o
back
laryng/o
larynx
mamm/o
breast
mast/o
breast
meningi/o
meninges
my/o
muscle
myel/o
spinal cord
myel/o
bone marrow
necr/o
death
oophor/o
overy
ot/o
ear
pelv/o
pelvis
pelv/o
hip region
phleb/o
vein
pneumon/o
lung
pneumon/o
air
pneumon/o
gas
pulmon/o
lung
radi/o
x-rays
radi/o
radioactivity
radi/o
radius
salping/o
fallopian tube
salping/o
auditory tube
septic/o
infection
throac/o
chest
tonsill/o
tonsil
trache/o
trachea
ur/o
urine
ur/o
urinary tract
vascul/o
blood vessel
-ia
condition
-megaly
enlargement
-rrhage
bursting forth of blood
-sclerosis
hardening
-eal
pertaining to
-ar
pertaining to
-ary
pertaining to
-centesis
surgical
-plasty
surgical repair
-stomy
new opening
-therapy
treatment
-rrhagia
bursting forth of blood
ad lib
as desired
ADT
admission
ADT
discharge
ADT
transfer
AIDS
acquired immunodeficency syndrome
AMT
amount
aq
water
cap
capsule
CNS
central nervous system
CPR
cardiopulmonary resuscitation
CV
cardio vascular
DR
doctor
ECG
electrocardiogram
EKG
electrocardiogram
EENT
eyes;ears;nose;throat
ER
emergency room
FBS
fasting blood sugar
GI
gastrointestinal
IM
intramuscular
inj
injection
IV
intravenous
OCP
oral contraceptive pills
OD
overdose
OR
operating room
HIV
human immunodeficiency virus
LAB
laboratory
NB
newborn
CCU
coronary care unit
CCU
critical care unit
OTC
over the counter
CDC
centers for disease control and prevention
OB
obstetrics
GYN
gyneocology
ICU
intensive care unit
Rx
treatment
Rx
therapy
Rx
prescription
SQ
subcutaneous
SIDS
sudden infant death syndrome
NS
normal saline
MI
myocardio infarcation
pt.
patient
PMH
past medical history
p.o.
by mouth
Tx
treatment
p.r.n.
as needed
SOL
solution
OINT
ointment
OPD
out patient department
a(with a line over it)
before
a.c.
before meals
AMA
against medical advice
b.i.d.
twice a day
BM
bowel movement
BP
blood pressure
B/P
blood pressure
c(with a line over it)
with
CBC
complete blood count
CC
chief complete
chr
chronic
CPE
complete physical exam
d
daily
D/C
discharge
D/C
discontinue
Dx
diagnosis
FH
family history
FI
fluid
F/U
follow up
Fx
fracture
h.s.
at bedtime
Hx
history
I&D
incision and drainage
LMP
last menstrual period
NED
no evidence of disease
noc
night
NPO
nothing by mouth
NTP
normal tempature and pressure
N & V
nausea and vomiting
NYD
not yet diagnoised
OOB
out of bed
p.c.
after meal
pc
after meal
PE
physical examination
PH
patient history
PTA
prior to admission
q
every
q2h
every two hours
qam
every morning
q.d.
every day
q.h.
every hour
q.h.s.
every hour of sleep
q.i.d.
four times daily
qns
quantity not sufficent
q.o.d.
every other day
q.s.
quantity sufficent
R/O
rule out
SOB
short of breath
STAT
immediatly
t.i.d.
three times daily
UA
urinalysis
V/S
vital signs
y/o
years old
yr
years old
WNL
within normal limits