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0F degrees Farhenheit
FBS fasting blood sugar (Blood test that measures blood serum levels of glucose.)
FBW fasting blood work
FC foley catheter (A rubber catheter with a balloon tip to be filled with a sterile liquid.)
FDA food and drug administration (A U.S. federal agency responsible for the enforcement of federal regulations.)
Fe iron
FF,FFI force fluids
Fl,fl fluids
Fr,Fx fracture (A traumatic injury to a bone in which the continuity of the bone tissue is broken.)
FSH follicle stimulating hormone (A gonadotropin that stimulates the growth and maturation of graflan follicles.)
ft foot
FUO fever of unknown origin (A fever of any duration that provides to be a cause for study.)
FH,FHR fetal heart rate (The number of heartbeats in the fetus that occur in a given unit of time.)
Created by: Madison1998