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Imp
impression
Info
information
IPPB
intermittent positive pressure breathing
IUCD
intrauterine contraceptive device
IUD
intrauterine contraceptive device
IV
intravenous
K
potassium
KCL
potassium chloride
KUB
kidney, ureter and bladder
L
left
LAT
lateral
lb
pound
LE
lupus erythematosus
Lg
large
Lig
ligament
LLQ
left lower quadrant
LMP
last menestrual period
LN
lymph node
LOM
limitation of motion
LUQ
left upper quadrant
L/W
living and well
Meds
medication
M&F
mother and father
MI
myocardio infarction
MMR
measels, mumps, rubella
MOM
milk of magnesia
Mono
monocyte-infectious monocyte
MR
mental retardation
MS
multiple sclerosis
Na
sodium
NB
new born
Neuro
neurology
NH
nursing home
NL
normal
NR
no response
NS
nervous system
OA
osteoarthritis
OB
obstetrics
OC
office call
OD
overdose
OP
operation
Ophth
ophthalmology
OPV
oral polio vaccine
OR
operating room
OV
office visit
P
after
P&A
percussion and auscultation
PAP
pap smear
Path
pathology
PE
physical exam
Peds
pediatrics
Pen
penicillin
PG
pregnant
Pharm
pharmacy
PID
pelvic inflammatory disease
PND
post nasal drip
PP
post prandial (post partum)
Prep
prepare
Proct
proctology
Prog
prognosis
Psy
psychiatry
PT
physical therapy
Pt
patient
PX
physical exam
RA
rheumatoid arthritis
RBC
red blood cell/count
Resp
respiratory
Rh
rhesus factor
R
right
R/O
rule out
ROM
range of motion
Rtn
return
Rx
treatment
SEGS
segmented neutrophils
SOB
shortness of breath
SQ
subcutaneous
Staph
staphylococcus
Strep
streptococcus
Symp
symptoms
T&A
tonsils and adenoids
TB
tuberculosis
TLC
total lung capacity
TM
tympanic membrane
TMJ
temporal mandibular joint
TPR
temperature, pulse, respiration
U
unit
UCD
usual childhood diseases
URI
upper resoiratory infection
US
ultrasound
UV
ultraviolet
VD
venereal disease
W
weight
WBC
white blood cells/count
WH
well healed
WN
well nourished
XR
x-ray