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45 Cards in this Set

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SOB
shortness of breath
GERD
gastroesophageal reflux disease
dysphasia
difficulty swallowing
DJD
degenerative joint disease
HEENT
head, ear, eyes, nose, throat
MS
muscle strength
PERLA
pupils equal reactive to light
Icterus
yellowing of schlera
EOMI
extra occular movement intact
AP
anterior/ posterior
RRR
regular rate and rhythem
PMI
point of maximum impulse
JVP
jugular vein pressure
SCDs
sequential compression devices
PMH
primary medical history
ROS
review of system
NTG
nitroglycerin
m/r/g
murmor, rubs, gallops
CTA
clear to ausciltation
w/c/r
wheezes, crackles rheezes
c/c/e
cyanosis, clubbing/ edema
CE
cardiac enzymes
NSR
normal sinus rhythem
EGD
esophagogastro duodenoscopy
RA
room air
dyspnea
trouble breathing
PMH
past medical history
CKD
chronic kidney disease
orthopnea
shortness of breath while lying down
PND
paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea (suddenly stop breathing)
BNP
brain natrauretic hormone
LHC
left heart catherization
LE
lower extremities
BRBPR
bright red blood per rectum
CEA
carotid endarterectomy
melena
black stools
dysuria
trouble voiding
MAP
mean arterial pressure
what is a pulse?
left ventricle contracting
GA
general appearance
NAD
no acute distress
JVD
jugular vein distintion
b/L
bilateral
Systole
contraction of left ventricle and right ventricle (pulmonic and aortic valves open)
Diastole
relaxation and refilling stage (tricuspid and mitral valves open)