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Phleb Abvr #4

Phleb Abbrevation Test 4

ESR Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate
FBS Fasting Blood Sugar
FDP Fibrin Degradation Product
Fe Iron
FSH Follicle Stimulating Hormone
FSP Fibrinogen Split Product
FUO Fever of Unknown Origin
gastr/o Pertaining to the stomach (gastronomy)
GC Gonococcus, Gonorrhea
geri Extreme aging (geriatric)
GH Growth Hormone
GI Gastro Intestinal
glyc/o Referring to sugar
G6PD Glucose-6-phospatase dehydrogenase
GTT Glucose Tolerance Test
gtts drops
gynec/o Women (study of women - gynecology)
H Hydrogen
Hb Hemoglobin
Hgb Hemoglobin
Hct Hematocrit
hema, hem/o, hemat/o Referring to blood
hepat/o Liver (hepatitis)
Hg Mercury
5H1AA 5-hydroxyindoleacetic acid
H2O Dihydrogenoxide / Water
hr hour(s)
h.s. At bedtime
hyper Beyond, above, excessive
ia (suffix) A condition (hypoglycemia)
iasis (suffix) Formation of , or presence of being (psoriasis)
IBC Iron Building Capacity
ICU Intensive Care Unit
ID Identification
Ig Immunoglobulin
inter In the middle of , between (intersistial)
intra Enclosed, within (intracellular)
I&O Intake and Output
ist (suffix) One who studies the subject (biologist, studies biology)
itis (suffix) The inflammation of (phlebetis)
IV Intravenenous
K+ Potassium, and electrolyte
Lateral To the right or left of the body midline
Neg Negative
nephr Relating to the kidneys
neur/o (prefix) Relating to the nervous tissues
nos/o (prefix) Disease bearing
Created by: mjargrandma