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Fl)—force fluids FH—family history FHS—fetal heart sounds FHT—fetal heart tone FIFO—first in, first out FSH—follicle-stimulating hormone ft—foot FUO—fever of undetermined origin Fx—fracture GB—gallbladder GI—gastrointestinal GU—genitourinary GTT—glucose tolerance test (pancreas test) gtt(s)—drop(s) gyn—gynecology H & H—hemoglobin and hematocrit HCG—human chorionic gonadotrophin hct—hematocrit HDL—high-density lipoprotein hgb—hemoglobin HOB—head of bed hr (h)—hour HIV—human immunodeficiency virus H&P—history and physical HR—heart rate hs—hour of sleep, bedtime ht—height Hx—history hypo—hypodermic injection hyst—hysterectomy IBS—irritable bowel syndrome I & D—incision and drainage I & O—intake and output ICP—intracranial pressure ICU—intensive care unit IM—intramuscular ing—inguinal inj—injection IPPB—intermittent positive pressure breathing irrig—irrigation IS—intercostal space isol—isolation IT—inhalation therapy IUD—intrauterine device IV—intravenous IVF—in vitro fertilization IVP—intravenous pyelogram K —potassium KCl—potassuim chloride KUB—kidney, ureter, bladder L—lumbar L & D—labor and delivery lac—laceration lab—laboratory lap—laparotomy lat—lateral LD—lethal dose LDH—lactic dehydrogenase LDL—low-density lipoprotein liq—liquid LLQ, LLL—left lower quadrant (abdomen), lobe (lung) LMP—last menstrual period LOC—level of consciousness LP—lumbar puncture lt—left LUQ, LUL—left upper quadrant (abdomen), lobe (lung) MA—mental age MAST—medical antishock trousers MCI—mass casualty incident meds—medications MI—myocardial infarction MICU—mobile intensive care unit min—minute MN—midnight MOM—milk of magnesia MRI—magnetic resonance imagery MS—morphine sulfate, multiple sclerosis MVA—motor vehicle accident NVD—nausea, vomiting, diarrhea Na —sodium Na Cl—sodium chloride N/C—nasal cannula no—complaints neg—negative neuro—neurology NG—nasogastric NGT—nasogastric tube nitro—nitroglycerine NKA—no known allergies noc (t)—night NPO—nothing by mouth NS—normal saline nsg—nursing NSR—normal sinus rhythm NVS—neurological vital signs O—oxygen OB—obstetrics OD—right eye, overdose oint—ointment OOB—out of bed OPD—outpatient department OR—operating room ord—orderly ORTH—orthopedics ortho—correct, right (bones) os—mouth OS—left eye OT—occupational therapy OU—both eyes oz—ounce p—after P—pulse P & A—percussion and auscultation PAC—premature atrial contraction palp—palpation PAR—post-anesthesia room PAT—paroxysmal atrial tachycardia pc—after meals p CO2—partial pressure of carbon dioxide PDR—physician’s desk reference PE—physical exam, pulmonary embolism PEDS—pediatrics per—by or through PERL(A)—pupils equal and reactive to light (and accommodation) PET—positron emission tomography PH—past history p H—hydrogen ion concentration PID—pelvic inflammatory disease PKU—phenylketonuria pm—between noon and midnight PNS—peripheral nervous system po—by mouth post (pos)—posterior postop, Post Op—–postoperative pp (p.p.)—postprandial (after eating) p O2—partial pressure of oxygen PPD—purified protein derivative (TB test) preop, Pre Op—before surgery prn—as needed, whenever necessary pro time—prothrombin time pt—patient, pint PT—physical therapy PTT—partial prothrombaplastin time PVC—premature ventricular contraction Px—physical exam, prognosis q—every qd—every day qh—every hour q2h, q3h, ...—every two hours, every three hours, ...

qhs—every night at bedtime qid—four times a day qns—quantity not sufficient qod—every other day qs—quantity sufficient r (R)—rectal R (resp)—respirations, rectal RAIU—radioactive iodine uptake study RBC—red blood cell/count reg—regular Rh—rhesus RK—radial keratomy RL—ringer’s lactate RLQ, RLL—right lower quadrant (abdomen), lobe (lung) RML—right middle lobe (lung) RO—reality orientation R/O—rule out ROM—range of motion R.

[L.] gutta, a drop GTP guanosine 5´ triphosphate gtt.

L.] kalium, potassium; kelvin k kilo kat katal kb kilobase kc kilocycle kcal kilocalorie KCT kaolin clotting time k Da kilodalton kg kilogram KJ knee jerk KM Michaelis constant KOH potassium hydroxide KP keratic precipitate Kr krypton 17-KS 17-ketosteroid KS Kaposi sarcoma KUB kidneys, ureters, bladder kv kilovolt k Vp kilovolt peak KW Kimmelstiel Wilson (disease); Keith Wagener (retinal changes) l liter (use of CAPITAL letter preferred) L inductance; left; [L.] limes, boundary, limit; liter L- prefix indicating that a molecule is sterically analogous to L-glyceraldehyde L: S R lecithin:sphingomyelin ratio La lanthanum LA lupus anticoagulant LAD left anterior descending (coronary artery) LAO left anterior oblique (coronary artery) LAP leucine aminopeptidase LATS long acting thyroid stimulator LBT lupus band test LBW low birth weight LC lethal concentration LCA left coronary artery LCAT lecithin cholesterol acyltransferase LCM left costal margin; lymphocytic choriomeningitis (virus) LD lethal dose LDH lactate dehydrogenase LDL low-density lipoprotein LE left eye; lupus erythematosus LEEP loop electrosurgical excision procedure LES lower esophageal sphincter LETS large external transformation sensitive (fibronectin) Leu leucine LFA left frontoanterior (fetal position) LFP left frontoposterior (fetal position) LFT left frontotransverse (fetal position); liver function test LGSIL low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion LGV lymphogranuloma venereum LH luteinizing hormone LH/FSH-RF luteinizing hormone/follicle stimulating hormone releasing factor LH-RF luteinizing hormone releasing factor LH-RH luteinizing hormone releasing hormone Li lithium LLQ left lower quadrant LM Licentiate in Midwifery LMA left mentoanterior (fetal position) LMP last menstrual period; left mentoposterior (fetal position) LMT left mentotransverse (fetal position) LNPF lymph node permeability factor LOA left occipitoanterior (fetal position) LOC level of consciousness; loss of consciousness LOP left occipitoposterior (fetal position) LOT left occipitotransverse (fetal position) LP lumbar puncture LPF low power field LPH lipotropic pituitary hormone (lipotropin) LPN Licensed Practical Nurse Lr lawrencium LRCP Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians LRCS Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons LRH luteinizing hormone releasing hormone LSA left sacroanterior (fetal position) LSD lysergic acid diethylamide LSP left sacroposterior (fetal position) LST left sacrotransverse (fetal position) LTH luteotropic hormone LTM long-term memory LTR long terminal repeat Lu lutetium LUQ left upper quadrant LV left ventricle LVEF left ventricular ejection fraction LVET left ventricular ejection time LVH left ventricular hypertrophy LVN Licensed Visiting Nurse; Licensed Vocational Nurse Lw (former symbol for) lawrencium (now Lr) Lys lysine (or its radicals in peptides) mµ mu; micro ; heavy chain class corresponding to Ig M mµCi microcurie mµg microgram mµl, µL microliter mµm micrometer mµµ micromicro M Am compound myopic astigmatism m mass; meter; milliminim; molar m- meta M mega , meg ; molar; moles (per liter); morgan; myopic; myopia M molar; moles (per liter) m moles (per liter) m A milliampere MA Master of Arts (Magister Artium); Medical Assistant; mental age MAA macroaggregated albumin MAb monoclonal antibody MAC Mycobacterium avium complex MAI Mycobacterium aviumintracellulare MAO monoamine oxidase MAOI monoamine oxidase inhibitor MAP morning after pill m A-S milliampere second MAST military antishock trousers Mb myoglobin MBC maximum breathing capacity Mb CO carbon monoxided myoglobin Mb O2 oxymyoglobin MC Medical Corps MCH mean corpuscular hemoglobin MCHC mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentratio m Ci millicurie MCL midclavicular line mcm millimicron MCP metacarpophalangeal MCV mean corpuscular volume MD Doctor of Medicine (Medicinae Doctor) MD [L.] Medicinae Doctor, Doctor of Medicine Md mendelevium MDF myocardial depressant factor MDI metered dose inhaler MDR multidrug-resistant ME Medical Examiner Me methyl Med Tech Medical Technician; Medical Technologist MEDLARS Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System MEP maximal expiratory pressure meq, m Eq milliequivalent Me SH Medical Subject Headings Met methionine MET metabolic equivalent of task met Hb methemoglobin met Mb metmyoglobin MEV million electron volts (106 ev) mg milligram Mg magnesium MHC major histocompatibility complex mho siemens unit MHz megahertz MI mitral insufficiency; myocardial infarction MID minimal infecting dose MIP maximum inspiratory pressure MK menaquinone (vitamin K2) mks, MKS meter kilogram second (system, unit) ml, m L milliliter MLC mixed lymphocyte culture (test) MLD minimal lethal dose mm millimeter mm Hg millimeters of mercury (torr) mmol millimole MMPI Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (test) MMR measles-mumps-rubella (vaccine) MMSE Mini-Mental State Examination Mn manganese Mo molybdenum MO Medical Officer; mineral oil MOC Medical Officer on Call MOD Medical Officer of the Day mol mole mol wt molecular weight MOM Milk of Magnesia MOPP Mustargen (mechlorethamine hydrocholoride), Oncovin (vincristine sulfate), procarbazine hydrochloride, and prednisone MPD maximal permissible dose MPH Master of Public Health MPS mononuclear phagocyte system MR milk ring (test); mitral regurgitation Mr molecular (weight) ratio MRA magnetic resonance augiography MRCP Member of the Royal College of Physicians MRCS Member of the Royal College of Surgeons mrd, MRD minimal reacting dose MRI magnetic resonance imaging m RNA messenger RNA MRSA methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus MS Master of Science MS I, II, III, IV medical student: first, second, third, and fourth year m MS multiple sclerosis; magnesium sulfate; morphine sulfate msec millisecond m/sec meters per second MSG monosodium glutamate MSH melanocyte stimulating hormone MSM men who have sex with men MSN Master of Science in Nursing MT Medical Technologist; Medical Transcriptionist; Monitor Technician mt DNA mitochondrial DNA MTP metatarsophalangeal (joint) Mu Mache unit MUGA multiple gated acquisition (imaging) m V millivolt Mv mendelevium MVA motor vehicle accident MVE Murray Valley encephalitis (virus) MVV maximal voluntary ventilation MW molecular weight My myopia ?R.—recovery room RUQ, RLL—right upper quadrant, lobe rt—right RV—residual volume Rx—take (prescription) s—without S & S—signs and symptoms ss—1/2 Sats—oxygen/blood saturation level SA—sinoatrial SB—small bowel sc—subcutaneous SGOT—serum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase SGPT—serum glutamic pyruvic transaminase SIDS—sudden infant death syndrome Sig:—label/write SL—sublingual SMAC—sequential multiple analysis computer SOB—shortness of breath spec—specimen sp.gr.—specific gravity SQ, sub q—subcutaneous SSE—soap suds enema stat—immediately STD—sexually transmitted disease STH—somatotropic hormone SVD—spontaneous vaginal delivery SVN—small volume nebulizer SVT—supraventricular tachycardia Sx—symptoms T—temperature, thoracic T & A—tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy tab—tablet tachy—–tachycardic TAH—total abdominal hysterectomy TB—tuberculosis TCDB—turn, cough, deep breath temp (T)—temperature TH—thyroid hormone TIA—transient ischemic attack tid—three times a day TMJ—temporomandibular joint tol—tolerated TPN—total parenteral nutrition TPR—temperature, pulse, respirations tr—tincture trach—tracheotomy, tracheostomy TSH—thyroid-stimulating hormone TT—tetanus toxiod TUR—transurethral resection TV—tidal volume TVH—total vaginal hysterectomy TX—traction UA—urinalysis umb—umbilicus unc.—unconscious ung—ointment unk—unknown ur—urine URC—usual, reasonable, customary URI—upper respiratory infection US—ultrasonic UTI—urinary tract infection V fib—ventricular fibrillation V tach—ventricular tachycardia vag—vaginal VC—vital capacity VD—venereal disease vit—vitamin vo—verbal order vol—volume V/S—vital signs WA—while awake WBC—white blood cell/count w/c—wheelchair WNL—within normal limits wt—weight y/o—year(s) old Files/Dict-Stedmans28/APP06a alpha: Bunsen solubility coefficient; first in a series; specific rotation term; heavy chain class corresponding to Ig A a-h the right handed helical form assumed by many proteins a-T a tocopherol a (specific) absorption (coefficient) (USUALLY ITALIC); (total) acidity; area; (systemic) arterial (blood) (SUBSCRIPT); asymmetric; atto A absorbance A adenosine (or adenylic acid); alveolar gas (SUBSCRIPT); ampere Å angstrom; Ångström unit a wa w [G.] ana of each (USED in prescriptions) AA amino acid; aminoacyl a.c.Charges Prices assigned to units of medical service, such as a visit to a physician or a day in a hospital.Charges for services may not be related to the actual costs of providing the services.

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