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Med. Terminologies

Packet Pg. 29

NPO-pre-op Nothing by mouth before an operation
Do EENT exam in OPD Do ear, eye, nose, throat examination in outpatient department or clinic.
Ob-Gyn Obsterics- gynecology
500mg qod 8 AM 500 milligrams every other day at 8 A.M
VS stat and q2h Vital signs immediately at every 2 hours
To PT by w/c for ROMs and ADL bid To physical therapy/ therapist by wheelchair for range of motions and activities of daily living twice a day.
FFl cl liq to 240 ml q2h force fluids clear liquid to 240 milliliter every 2 hours
2 gtts OU qid q6h 2 drops each eye 4 times a day every 6 hours
Dx: COPD, O2 prn, IPPB bid q12h Diagnosis: Chronic Obstructive pulmonary disease, oxygen whenever necessary, intermittent positive pressure twice a day every 12 hours.
Sig: Cap po tid c(with line on top) food or milk Give the following directions: 2 capsule by mouth 3 times a day with food or milk.
Dx: CVA, CT of brain stat Diagnosis: Stroke, computerized tomography of brain immediately.
Rx: 20 ml KCL IV Prescription: 20 millimeters potassium intravenous.
EMT is certified for ACLS Emergency medical technician is certified for advanced cardiac life saving.
Created by: calubd