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HUC Ch 10 Abb

HUC Ch 10 Abbreviations

A&O alert and oriented
ABR absolute bed rest
ad lib as desired
Amb ambulate
as tol as tolerated
Ax axilla or axillary
bid two times per day
BP blood pressure
BR bed rest
BRP bathroom privileges
BSC bedside commode
/c with
CBR complete bed rest
CMS circulation, motion, sensation
CMT cardiac monitor technician
CVP central venous pressure
D/C or DC discountinue or discharge
HOB head of bed
h, hr, hrs hour, hours
I&O intake and output
lt left
min minutes
NVS or neuro (check mark)s neurologic vital signs/checks
o degree or hour
OOB out of bed
P pulse
prn as necessary
q every
q day every day or daily
qid four time a day
q other day every other day
qh or q_h every hour or every (fill in number) hour
R rectal
RR respiratory rate
rt right
Rout routine
temp temperature
tid three times a day
TPR tempterature, pulse, respiration
VS vital signs
wt weight
(arrow up) incrase, above, or elevated
(arrow down) decrease, below, or lower
Created by: Burhoe222