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PIMA PHLEBOTOMY

QuestionAnswer
Y/0 Years old
WBC, wbc White blood count
UTI Urinary tract infection
UA Urinalysis
TSH Thyroid stimulating hormone
T&C Type and cross match (Type&x)
TB Tuberculosis
Sx Symptoms
STAT Immediately
SED rate Erythrocytes Sedimentation rate (esr)
SC, SQ Subcutaneous
^ S Without
RR Recovery room
RPR RAPID PLASMA REAGIN
R/O RULE OUT
REQ REQUISTION
RBC RED BLOOD COUNT
QNS QUANTITY NOT SUFFICIENT
PT PROTHROBIN TIME/PHYSICAL THERAPY
Pt Patient
PRN AS NECESSARY (PRE RE NADA)
P.O. ORALLY
PKU PHENYLKETONURIA
PH HYDROGEN ION CONCENTRATION (MEASURE OF ACIDITY OR ALKALINITY
PEDS PEDIATRICS
PATH PATHOLOGY
O2 Oxygen
NPO NOTHING BY MOUTH
NKA OR NDKA NO KNOWN ALLERGY
NEG NEGATIVE
NA+ SODIUM
MI MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
LYTES ELECTROLYTES
LE LUPUS ERTHEMATOSUS
K1 POTASSIUM
IV INTRAVANEOUS
IP INPATIENT
ID IDENTIFICATION OR INTRADERMAL
ICU INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
HX HISTORY
HX HISTORY OF
H2O WATER
H/O HISTORY OF
HIV HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS
HH (H&H) HEMOGLOBIN & HEMOCRIT
HGB HEMOGLOBIN
HCT HEMATOCRIT
FX FRACTURE
FUO FEVER OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN
FSH FOLLICLE STIMULATING HORMONE
FH FAMILY HISTORY
FE IRON
FBS FASTING BLOOD SUGAR
ETOH ALCOHOL, ETHL
ESR/SED RATE ERYTHROCYTES SEDIMENTATION RATE
ER EMERGENCY ROOM
ED EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
DX DIAGNOSIS
DVT DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS
DOB DATE OF BIRTH
DNA DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID
DIFF DIFFERENTIAL COUNT OF WHITE BLOOD CELLS
DIC DISSEMINATED INTRAVASCULAR COAGULATION
D DAY
CSF CEREBROSPINAL FLUID
CRIT HEMATOCRIT (HCT)
CRP CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION
CO2 CARBON DIOXIDE
C/O COMPLAINS OF
CK CREATINE KINASE
CHOL CHOLESTEROL
CHEM CHEMISTRY
CBC COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT
CAD CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
C&S CULTURE AND SENSITIVITY
C CELCIUS:CENTIGRADE
^ C WITH (OVUM)
BX BIOPSY
ABG'S ARTERIAL BLOOD GASES
B.i.d. Twice a day
BMP BASIC METABOLIC PANEL
BUN BLOOD UREA NITROGEN
BP BLOOD PRESSURE
BS BLOOD SUGAR
Created by: BANDLARGE