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I&D incision and drainage
I&O intake and output
ICCU intensive coronary care unit
ICD international classification of diseases (an offical list of categories of diseases, physical and mental, issued by the World Health Organization (WHO))
ICU intensive care unit
ID intradermal (within the dermis)
IDDM insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (known as type 1 diabetes mellitus-an inability to metabolize carbohydrate)
IH infectious hepatitis (known as hepatitis A- a viral hepatitis caused by the hepatitis A virus(HAV))
IM intramuscular (pertaining tot he interior of the muscle tissue)
imp impression (a mold of a part of the mouth or other part of the body)
in inch
inf infusion,inferior,infection,inguinal (the introduction of a substance, such as fluid, electrolyte, nutrient, or drug, directly into a vein)
inj injection
int internal,interior (situated below or lower than a given point of reference, as the feet are inferior to the legs)
IPPB intermittent positive pressure breathing (form of assisted or controlled respiration produced by a ventilatory apparatus)
irr,irrig irrigation
Isol,isol isolation
IT inhalation therapy (a treatment in which a substance is introduced into the respiratory tract with inspired air)
IUD intrauterine device (a contraceptive device)
IV intravenous (pertaining to the inside of a vein)
IVP intravenous pyelogram (a radiographic technique for examining the structure and function of the urinary system)
ing inguinal (pertaining to the groin)
Created by: Madison1998