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EBL estimated blood loss
ECG,EKG electrocardiograph (A graphic record produced by an electrocardiograph, a device for recording electrical conduction through the heart.)
ED emergency department
EEG electroencephalogram (A graphic chart on which is traced the electric potential produced by the brain cells, as detected by electrodes placed on the scalp.)
EENT ear, eye, nose, and throat
elix elixir, elix (A clear liquid containing water, alcohol, sweeteners, or flavors, used primarily as a vehicle for the oral administration of a drug.)
EMG electromyogram (A record of the intrinsic electric activity in a skeletal muscle.)
EMS emergency medical services (A network of services coordinated to provide aid and assistance from primary response.)
EMT emergency medical technician (A person trained in and responsible for the administration of specialized emergency care.)
ENT ear, nose, throat
EPA environment protection agency
ER emergency room (In a health care facility, a section of an institution that is staffed and equipped to provide rapid and varied emergency care.)
ESR erythrocyte sedimentation rate (The rate at which red blood cells settle out in a tube of unclotted blood.)
et, etiol etiology (cause of disease) (The study of all factors that may be involved in the development of a disease.)
Ex, exam examination (A critical inspection and investigation, usually following a particular method.)
Exc excision (The process of excising or amputation.)
Exp exploratory (Pertaining to investigation, as in exploratory surgery.)
ext extract, extraction, external
Created by: Madison1998