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ea each
EBL estimated blood loss
ECG, EKG electrocardiogram
ED emergerncy department
EEG electroencephalogram
EENT eye, ear, nose, throat
elix elixir
EMG electromyogram
EMS emergency medical services
EMT emergency medical technician
ENT eyes, nose, throat
EPA environmental protection agency
ER emergency room
ESR erythrocyte sedimentation rate
et, etiol etiology (cause of disease)
Ex, exam examination
Exc excision
Exp exploratory, expiration
ext external, extract, extraction
(degree sign)F degrees fahrenheit
FAS fetal alcohol syndrome
FBS fasting blood sugar
FBW fasting blood work
FC foley catheter
FDA food and drug administration
Fe iron
FF, FFL force fluids
FH family history
FHR fetal heat rate
Fl, fl fluid
FSH follicle-stimulating hormone
ft foot
FUO fever of unknown origin
Fx, Fr fracture
GA gastric analysis or general anesthesia
gal gallon
GB gallbladder
Gc gonococcus, ghonorrhea
GH growth hormone
Gi gastrointestinal
Gm,g gram
gr grain
gt, gtt, gtts drop, drops
GTT glucose tolerance test
GU genitourinary
Gyn gynecology
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