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Ob-Gyn obstertics gynecology Dx: COPD, O2 prn, IPPB bid q12h Diagnosis: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, oxygen whenever necessary as needed, intermittent positive pressure bleeding twice a day 12 hours
500 mg qod 8 pm 500 miligrams every other day 8pm Sig: Cap po tid c food or milk give the following directions: two capsules phone order 3 times a da with food or milk
VS stat and q2h vital signs immediatly at once and every 2 hours Dx.: CVA, CT of brain stat diagnosis- cerebral vascular accident(stroke), compuiterized tomography copper of brain immeditaly
TO PT by w/c for ROMs and ADL bid physical therapy/ therapist by wheel chair and activites by daily living Rx: 20 mL KCL IV give the following insructions: 20 millimeters of potassium chloride
FFl cl liq to 240 mL q2h EMT is certified for ACLS emergence medical technician for Advanced Cardiac Life Saving
2 gtts OU qud q6h 2 drops in each eye every two hours crani/otomy surgical opening through the skull
hemotoxic venom effects the blood and organs, causing a breakdown or inflammation in the body
NPO pre-op nothing by mouth before an opertion dysuria painful or difficult urination
Do EENT exam on OPD ear, eye, nose, throat exam in outpatient department hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus
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