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Everest PDX Sigs

Everest PDX Sig Abbreviations

AAA Apply To Affected Area
aa Equal Parts
ac Before Meals
pc After Meals
AM/am Morning
PM/pm Afternoon, Evening
aq Aqueous
AD/ad Right Ear
AS/as Left Ear
AU/au Both Ears
OD/od Right Eye
OS/os Left eye
OU/ou Both Eyes
bid Twice Daily
qid Four Times A day
tid Three Times A Day
c or w/ With
caps Capsules
dc Discontinue
DC Discharge (Send The Patient Home)
disp Dispense
gm Gram
gtt Drop
hr/h Hour
hs Hour Of Sleep (Bedtime)
kg Kilogram
mg Milligram
mcg Microgram
mEQ Milliequivalents
mm Milimoles
L Liter
mL Mililiter
MR May Repeat
NMT Not More Than
p After (Post)
PO By Mouth
PR Per Rectum
prn As Needed
PV Per Vaginally
q Every
qod Every Other Day
qd Every Day
qs Quantity Sufficient
Rx Prescription
s Without
SC/SQ/sub-Q/sub-cut Subcutaneous
sig Label As Such
SL Sub-lingual
ss 1/2, As In One Half Tablet
SSS Swish, Swirl, Swallow or, Swish, Swirl, Spit
tabs Tablets
tr/tinc Tincture
tsp Teaspoonful(5mLs)
Tbs Tablespoonful(15mLs)
IU International Unit
U Unit
ung Ointment
cr Cream
UD As Directed
SOB Shortness Of Breath
MDI Multiple Dose Inhaler
tg Until Gone
tn Then
pp As Needed For Pain
pdp As Needed For Dental Pain
DUP Discard Unused Portion
d Drop
x For
N/V Nausea And Vomiting
Created by: Dwitty on 2011-07-03

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