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abbrev o-s

QuestionAnswer
O2 oxygen
OB OBSTETRICS
OBS ORGANIC BRAIN SYNDROME
OD OVERDOSE
OOB OUT OF BED
OR OPERATING ROOM
ORIF OPEN REDUCTION AND INTERNAL FIXATION
OTC OVER THE COUNTER
p pulse, post, after
p.c. after meals
PACU POST ANESTHESIA CARE UNIT
PaCO2 PARTIAL PRESSURE OF CARBON DIOXIDE; THAT WHICH IS DISSOLVED IN PLASMA
PaO2 partial pressure of oxygen;that which dissolves in plasma
PCA patient controlled analgesia
PEG percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy
Per as ordered
Pos orally
PERRLA pupils equal round reactive to light and accomodation
p.m. afternoon
p.o. by mouth orally
pos positive
pp postprandial(occurring after a meal)
PPE personal protective equipment
PPN peripheral parenteral nutrition
p.r.n. when neccessary
PWB partial weight bearing
q each, every
qAM every morning
q.h. every hour
q2h every 2 hours
qid 4 times a day
Resp respiration
RD right deltoid
Reg regular
REM rapid eye movement
RLQ right lower quadrant
RML right middle lobe
R/O rule out
ROM range of motion
R/T related to
RT right
RUG right upper gluteal
RX prescription
s without
sang sanguineous
SubQ subcutaneous
SL sublingual
Sm small
Spec specimen
S&S or s/s sign and symptoms
SOB short of breath
Sol solution
SSE soapsuds enema
STAT immediately
Supp suppository
Sx suction
Created by: mariavaldez77