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Chapter 2

word parts, terms and/or abbreviations

TermDefinition
What does the SOAP note method stand for? Subjective, Objective, Assessment, and Plan
What does Legarthic mean? A decrease in the level of conciousness; in a medical record, this is an indication that the patient is really sick
What does auscultation mean? to listen
What is a sequelae? a problem resulting from a disease or injury
What is a prophylaxis? preventative treatment
Which body plane divides the body into "slices" from front to back? Coronal
Which directional term refers to"out to the side" ? Lateral
Which health profression in the health providrs section is trained to carry out basic administrative and clinical tasks uner the guidance of a health care provider? Medical Assistant
What is the PICU? Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Which abreviation used for symptoms or exam findings stands for "no acute distress (the patient does not display any intense symptoms"? NAD
Created by: Jmcginnis19