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Medical Term II

Pharmacology and Abbreviations

acentaminophen analgesic
slow fee is an antianemic
xylocaine is an anesthetic
tylenol is an analgesic
rolaids are an antacid
lidocaine is an anesthetic
xanax is an antianxiety
nitrocot is an antianginal
lorazepam is an antianxiety
amoxicillin is an antibiotic
Cipro is an antibiotic
nitroglycerine antianginal
coumadin anticoagulant
heparin anticoagulant
prozac antidepressant
insulin antidiabetic
imodium antidiarrheal
claritin antihistamine
lopressor antihypertensive
aleve anti-inflammatory
aspirin antipyretic
bayer antipyretic
prilosec antiulcer
pseudoephedrine decongestant
sudafed decongestant
lasix diuretic
valium sedative
a.c. ante cibum: before meals
a.u. auris uterque: each ear
ć cum: with
ś sine: without
NPO nulperos: nothing by mouth
gtt drops
q.d. quaque dies: every day
q.h. quaque horas: every hour
N & V nausea + vomiting
o.u. oc. uterque: each eye
q.i.d. quad in dies: 4 times daily
t.i.d. t. in dies: 3 times daily
b.i.d. bis in dies: 2 times daily
CBC complete blood cell count
RBC red blood cell count
UA urinalysis
WBC white blood cell count
CXR chest x-ray
EKG electroncardiogram
FBS fasting blood sugar
Hct hematocrit
Hgb hemoglobin
Created by: ivablake