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  1. Glucotrol
    glipizide
  2. Buspar
    buspirone
  3. Zantac
    ranitidine
  4. Actiq, Fentanyl
    duragesic
  5. Percocet
    oxycodone/APAP
  6. Bumex
    bumetanide
  7. Pepcid
    fomotidine
  8. Micronase
    glyburide
  9. Ritalin
    methylphenidate
  10. Restoril
    temazepam
  11. aa
    of each
  12. ad
    up to / right ear
  13. i
    one
  14. ii
    two
  15. iii
    three
  16. iv
    four
  17. v
    five
  18. x
    ten
  19. L
    fiffty (50)
  20. C
    one hundred (100)
  21. D
    five hundred (500)
  22. M
    one thousand (1000)
  23. qs
    quantity sufficient or to make
  24. qs ad
    enough to make a specific quantity
  25. ss
    one half (1/2)
  26. oz
    ounce
  27. tsp
    teaspoonful (5mL)
  28. tbsp
    tablespoonful (15mL)
  29. cap
    capsul
  30. cr
    cream
  31. EC
    enteric coated
  32. el
    elixir
  33. expect
    expectorant
  34. fl
    fluid
  35. lot
    lotion
  36. ophth
    ophthalmic
  37. otic
    ear
  38. sol
    solution
  39. supp
    suppository
  40. susp
    suspension
  41. syr
    syrup
  42. tab
    tablet
  43. tinc
    tincture
  44. ung / oint
    ointment
  45. cc
    cubic centimeter
  46. fl oz
    fluid ounce
  47. g or gm
    gram
  48. gr
    grain
  49. gtt(s)
    drop(s)
  50. mcg
    microgram
  51. mg
    miligram
  52. kg
    kilogram
  53. mEq
    miliequivalent
  54. L
    liter
  55. mL
    mililiter
  56. oz
    ounce
  57. ped
    pediatric
  58. as
    left ear
  59. au
    both ears
  60. od
    right eye
  61. os
    left eye
  62. ou
    both eyes
  63. app
    apply
  64. IM
    intramuscular
  65. IV
    intravenous
  66. loc
    locally
  67. oj
    in orange juice
  68. po
    orally, by mouth
  69. pr
    rectally
  70. SC, SQ, or SubQ
    subcutaneously
  71. sl
    sublingual
  72. UD
    as directed
  73. vag
    vaginally
  74. ac
    before meals
  75. AM
    morning
  76. ASAP
    as soon as possible
  77. bid
    twice a day
  78. c
    with
  79. hr
    hour
  80. d
    day
  81. hs
    bedtime: at hour of sleep
  82. noc
    night
  83. p
    after
  84. pc
    after meals
  85. PM
    evening
  86. prn
    as needed
  87. q
    every
  88. qh
    every hour
  89. qd
    every day
  90. q hs
    every night at bedtime
  91. q4h
    four times a day
  92. qod
    every other day
  93. s
    without
  94. stat
    now
  95. tid
    three times a day
  96. w or wk
    weekly
  97. prnp
    as needed for pain
  98. aq
    water
  99. AAA
    apply to affected area
  100. NKDA
    no known drug allergies
  101. SOB
    shortnes of breath
  102. QS
    quantity sufficient
  103. HA
    headache
  104. HTN
    hypertension
  105. MI
    myocardial infarction
  106. BC
    birth controll
  107. BP
    blood pressure
  108. ANX
    for anxiety
  109. N/V
    nauseea and vomiting
  110. USP/NF
    United States Pharmcopeia/ National Formulary
  111. AMP
    ampicilin
  112. APAP
    acetaminophen
  113. ASA
    Aspirin
  114. Ca
    calcium
  115. CDPX
    chlordiazepoxide
  116. DC65
    Darvon compound 65
  117. DCN100
    darvocet N-100
  118. DES
    Diethylstilbesterol
  119. EES
    Erythromycin ethylsuccinate
  120. EPI
    epinephrine
  121. F
    fluoride
  122. FA
    folic acid
  123. Fe
    iron
  124. FeSO4
    Ferrous sulfate
  125. HCTZ
    hydrochlorothiazide
  126. INH
    isonazid
  127. K
    potassium
  128. KCl
    potassium chloride
  129. KI
    potassium Iodide
  130. MOM
    milk of magnesia
  131. NaF
    sodium fluoride
  132. NSAID
    non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug
  133. NTG
    nitroglycerin
  134. PEN or PCN
    penicillin
  135. PB or Pb
    phenobarbital
  136. SMZ/TMP
    sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim
  137. T3
    tylenol #3
  138. APAP #3
    Acetaminophen #3
  139. TCN
    tetracycline

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