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TermDefinition
I & O intake and output
IM intramuscular
IV intravenous
inj injection
KCL potassium chlorine
kg kilogram
L or l liter
lb pound
LPN licensed practical nurse
MD medical doctor
ml milliliter
mm millimeter
min minute
MI myocardial infarction
MVA motor vehicle accident
N/V nausea/vomiting
noc night
NPO nothing by mouth
NG nasogastric
NaCl sodium chloride
N/S not sufficient
OT occupational therapy
OR operating room
O2 oxygen
oz ounce
p (with a line over the p) after meals
PCP primary care physician
PO by mouth
pm evening
PRN as needed
PT physical therapy
P pulse
pc after meals
post-op after surgery
pre-op before surgery
pH acid base scale
PID pelvic inflammatory disease
R respiration;rectal
RBC red blood cell
RN registered nurse
RT respiration therapy
ROM range of motion
r and l (with a circle around the r and l) right or left
s (with a line over the s) without
sc subcutaneous
stat immediately
SOB shortness of breath
supp suppository
T temperature;tablespoon
tbsp tablespoon
tsp teaspoon
TPR temperature, pulse, respiration
U/A urinalysis
VS vital signs
WBC white blood cell
wt weight
w/c wheelchair
w/o without
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