NSVD - natural spontaneous vaginal delivery DHN – dehydration vo/VO – verbal order IVF intravenous fluid to/ TO – telephone order IVP

- intravenous push drsg – dressing IVPB - intravenous by piggy back db – decibel os - mouth DNR – do not resuscitate q/ qd- every DNAR – do not attempt to resuscitate wt - weight DOE – dyspnea on exertion mod - moderate D/C – discontinue Rt - right DqC – dilation & cutterage BCG - bacille Calmette- Guerin BRAT – banana rice apple tea DPT - Diptheria, Pertussis, Tetanus Hx – history OPV - oral polio vaccine BOA – born on arrival AMV - anti measles vaccine BR – bed rest EPI – expanded program on immunization SOOB – send out of bed Mcgtt – microdrops TAHBSO – total abdominal hysterectomy bilateral AD – right ear salpingo oophorectomy AU – both ear NOD – nurse on duty AS – left ear ROD – resident on duty lbs – pounds ERPC - endoscopic retrograde KSS – keep set sterile cholangiopancreatography NGT – nasogastric tubing mEq – milliequivalent ASAP – as soon as possible PROM SOP – standard operating procedure Ceph - cephalic PERRLA – pupils equal round reactive to light del – delivery accomodation PIH – pregnancy induced hypertension CBR c TP – complete bed rest without toilet IUGR -Intrauterine growth restriction privileges AOG mgh – may go home BTL IVTT – intravenous through tubing SQ – sub OOB – out of bed + FBS – fasting blood sugar b.i.d., bid: twice a day DOB – difficulty of breathing NST – no skin test ANST – after negative skin test DOA – dead on arrival KVO - keep vein open CPD – cephalopelvic disproportion RLQ – right left quadrant SSI od – once a day/daily TCB qam/qAM – every morning COPD – chronic obstructive pulmonary disease T /tbsp – tablespoon CAPD – continuous ambulatory pertinoteal dialysis TWC – terminate when consumed v/s – vital signs BP- blood pressure RUQ – right upper quadrant KUB – kidney ureter bladder ICP – intracranial pressure US, u/s – ultrasound Hct – hematocrit AMA – against medical advice t/tsp – teaspoon DAMA – discharge against medical advice DAT – diet as tolerated HAMA – home against medical advice qid – four times daily FBC – folly bag catheter CXR – chest x-ray * OU – both eyes TF – to follow SQ/S.C – subcutaneous K – potassium
̅ c= with

= ambulatory amt = amount bm/BM = bowel movement Cl = chloride ECG = electrocardiogram fld = fluid H2o = water MIO = measure intake and output liq = liquid neg = negative NPO = nothing per orem/nothing by mouth NS = normal saline NSS = normal saline solution O2 = oxygen NCCF = no chocolate colored food AP = appendicitis = attending physician PX /PE = physical examination SDD = soft diabetic diet FDD = full diabetic diet FD = full diet SD = soft diet a = before aa = of each @ = at oz = ounces CBC = complete blood count d/c = discontinue = discharge ac = before meals/ anti sebum ID = intradermal po = post orem qs = every shift RBC = red blood cell AD = right ear AS = left ear hs = hour of sleep AU = both ear S/E = stool exam SE = sputum exam LMP = last menstrual period IV = intravenous pc = post cebum/ after meal WBC= white blood cell SQ/SC = subcutaneous < ♂ uug = ointment stat = immediately /as soon as possible AOG = age of gestation SL = sublingual NPO = nothing per orem/ nothing by mouth u/s urine stool EDD = expected date of delivery L or l = liter kg = kilogram ml = milliliter tid = three times a day TPR = temperature pulse respiration EDC = expected date of confinement q/q = every ABC = airway breathing circulation IM = intramuscular LLQ = left lower quadrant LUQ = left upper quadrant prn = as needed U/A = urine analysis > + OU both eyes OD right eyes OS left eyes 7 DISEASES covered by EPI 1. Neonatal Tetanus/Tetanus 5. Tetanus 4. Diptheria 2. Poliomyelitis 11 RIGHTS in giving Medication 1. Right Assessment . Right Dose 3. Right Approach 7. Right Route 5. Right Time 4. Hepatitis B 6. Measles 7.♀ Hgb = hemoglobin RLQ = right lower quadrant RUQ = right upper quadrant CSF – cerebro spinal fluid ADL – activity of daily living s = without UC = uterine contraction Osec = IVFD AKA bm/BM – bowel movement CBR – complete bed rest Dx – diagnosis /diagnosing I&O – intake and output q2h/q2h = every two hours q3h/q3h = every three hours ↑ ss = twice/half ↓ BUN = blood urea nitrogen % = percent ad lib = as desired amb. Pertussis 3. Right Patient 6. Right Drug 2.

Right 10. Right 9. Right 11.8. Right Education Evaluation Documentation to Refuse DDTRPAAEEDR .

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