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EMR Basic Med Sruvey

EMR basic medical, trauma survey Acronyms

BSI Body Substance Isolation
MOI Mechanism Of Injury
AVPU Alert Verbal Painful Unconscious
PERL Pupils Equal Reactive Light
JVD Jugular Vein Distention
SIMBA Scars, Implanted Pacemaker, Medication Patches, Barrel Chest, Accessory Muscle Use
DRT Distention Rigidity Tenderness
CMS Circulation Motor Sensation
BVM Bag Valve Mask
NRB Non Re Breather
NC Nasal Cannula
OPQRST Onset, Provocation, Quality, Radiation, Severity, Time of Onset
SAMPLE (HX) Signs and Symptoms, Allergies, Medication, Previous Medical History, Last Oral Intake, Events leading up to
DCAP Deformities, Contusions, Abrasions, Penetrations
BTLS Burns Tenderness Lacerations Swelling
TICS Tenderness, Instability, Crepitus, Subcutaneous Emphysema
ABC Airway Breathing Circulation
Created by: Sparkytheduck