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Terms for Test #6

PHB 110 Wk 6 Term test -- Additional Terms

A.P. anterior/posterior; front to back
I.M. intramuscular
I.V. intravenous
L.L.Q. left lower quadrant
L.U.Q. left upper quadrant
P.A. posterior/anterior; back to front
R.L.Q. right lower quadrant
R.U.Q. right upper quadrant
Dx diagnosis
G.I. gastrointestinal
K.U.B. kidney, ureter, bladder
T temperature
P pulse
R respiration
BP blood pressure
BUN blood urea nitrogen
CBC complete blood count
WBC white blood count
Hgb hemoglobin
Hct hematocrit
RBC red blood cell
Diff differential
pH hydrogen ion concentration; measure of acid
Rh Rhesus factor
STS serological test for syphilis
CNS central nervous system
EEG electroencephalogram
EKG or ECG electrocardiogram
cm centimeter
mm millimeter
kg kilogram
g gram
mg milligram
D.O.A. dead on arrival
G.C. gonococcus
V.D. venereal disease
UTI urinary tract infection
URI upper respiratory infection
Created by: djbroder