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  1. 1 Litre=__ml
    1000ml
  2. 1oz=__ml
    30ml
  3. 1tsp=__ml
    5ml
  4. 1tbsp=__ml
    15ml
  5. 1gram=__mg
    1000mg
  6. 1mg=__mcg
    1000mcg
  7. 1kg=__lbs
    2.2lbs
  8. Roman Numeral 1
    I
  9. RN 2
    II
  10. RN 3
    III
  11. RN 4
    IV
  12. RN 5
    V
  13. RN 6
    VI
  14. RN 7
    VII
  15. RN 8
    VIII
  16. RN 9
    IX
  17. RN 10
    X
  18. 1/4=__%
    25%
  19. 1/2=__%
    50%
  20. 3/4=__%
    75%
  21. 10%=__decimal pt
    0.1
  22. 50%=__decimal pt
    0.5
  23. 95%=__decimal pt
    0.95
  24. 165lbs=__kg
    75kg
  25. 1500ml=__L
    1.5L
  26. 2tsp=__ml
    10ml
  27. 3g=__mg
    3000mg
  28. 125mcg=__mg
    0.125mg
  29. 10kg=__lb
    22lb
  30. 500ml=__L
    0.5L
  31. 2in=__cm
    5cm
  32. 0.25mg=__mcg
    250mcg
  33. 4.4lb=__kg
    2kg
  34. 1tbsp=__ml
    15ml
  35. 3tsp=__tbsp
    1tbsp
  36. 2cm=__mm
    20mm
  37. a with a line over it
    before
  38. abd
    abdomen
  39. a.c.
    before meals
  40. ADL
    activities of daily living
  41. ad lib
    as desired
  42. adm
    admitted
  43. AM
    morning
  44. amb
    ambulatory
  45. amp
    ampoule
  46. amt
    amount
  47. a/o x 4
    alert & oriented x 4 parameters
  48. aq
    water
  49. b.i.d.
    twice daily
  50. BM
    bowel movement
  51. BP
    blood pressure
  52. BRP
    bathroom privileges
  53. c with a line over it
    with
  54. cap
    capsule
  55. c/o
    complains of
  56. CVA
    cerebral vascular accident
  57. DNR
    do not resuscitate
  58. Dx
    diagnosis
  59. et
    and
  60. ETOH
    ethanol (alcohol)
  61. FH
    family history
  62. f/u
    follow up
  63. g
    gram
  64. gr
    grain
  65. GT
    gastrostomy tube
  66. gtt
    drip/drops
  67. h
    hour
  68. hs
    at bedtime
  69. ht
    height
  70. hx
    history
  71. ID
    interdermal
  72. IM
    intramuscular
  73. I&O
    intake and output
  74. IV
    intravenous
  75. IVPB
    intravenous piggy back
  76. kg
    kilogram
  77. lab
    laboratory
  78. lb
    pound
  79. liq
    liquid
  80. LLQ
    left lower quadrant
  81. LOC
    level/loss of consciousness
  82. Mcg
    microgram
  83. mg
    milligram
  84. mEq
    milliequivalent
  85. min
    minute
  86. ml
    millilitre
  87. NG
    nasogastric tube
  88. nil
    none
  89. NJ
    nasojejunal tube
  90. NKDA
    no known drug allergies
  91. noct
    night
  92. npo
    nothing by mouth
  93. n/v
    nausea vomitting
  94. OR
    operating room
  95. os
    mouth
  96. oz
    ounce
  97. p with a line over it
    after
  98. p
    pulse
  99. pc
    after meals
  100. PCA
    patient controlled analgesia
  101. per
    by or through
  102. PERRLA
    pupils equal round reactive to light and accomodation
  103. PMH
    past medical history
  104. PSH
    past surgical history
  105. po
    by mouth
  106. pr
    per rectum
  107. preop
    pre operative
  108. post op
    post operative
  109. prn
    as needed
  110. pt
    patient
  111. qam
    every morning
  112. qh
    every hour
  113. q 2h q 3h
    every 2hours, every 3 hours
  114. qid
    four times a day
  115. qs
    quantity sufficient
  116. r/o
    rule out
  117. ROM
    range of motion
  118. RR
    respiratory rate
  119. RUQ
    right upper quadrant
  120. rx
    take, therapy
  121. s with line on top
    without
  122. SH
    social history
  123. SL
    saline lock or sublingual
  124. SOB
    shortness of breath
  125. spec
    specimen
  126. STAT
    immediately
  127. subcut
    subcutaneous
  128. sx
    symptoms
  129. tab
    tablet
  130. tid
    three times a day
  131. TPR
    temperature, pulse, respirations
  132. U/A
    urinalysis
  133. VS
    vital signs
  134. vs
    versus
  135. @
    at

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