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  2. List of medical abbreviations - Wikipedia

    Certain medical abbreviations are avoided to prevent mistakes, according to best practices (and in some cases regulatory requirements); these are flagged in the list of abbreviations used in medical prescriptions . Contents 1 Orthographic styling 1.1 Periods (stops) 1.2 Plurals 1.3 Possessives 1.4 Arrows 2 Pronunciation

  3. List of medical abbreviations: A - Wikipedia

    Abbreviation Meaning ā (a with a bar over it) before (from Latin ante) before: A: assessment a.a. of each (from Latin ana ana) amino acids: A or Ala – alanine; C or Cys – cysteine; D or Asp – aspartic acid; E or Glu – glutamic acid; F or Phe – phenylalanine; H or His – histidine; I or Ile – isoleucine; K or Lys – lysine; L or ...

  4. List of medical abbreviations: I - Wikipedia

    iron deficiency anemia. IDC. idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy. indwelling catheter. infiltrating ductal carcinoma. IDDM. insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (now called diabetes mellitus type 1 ) IDL. intermediate-density lipoprotein.

  5. List of abbreviations used in medical prescriptions - Wikipedia

    This is a list of abbreviations used in medical prescriptions, including hospital orders (the patient-directed part of which is referred to as sig codes ). This list does not include abbreviations for pharmaceuticals or drug name suffixes such as CD, CR, ER, XT (See Time release technology § List of abbreviations for those).

  6. List of medical abbreviations: L - Wikipedia

    LAD. left anterior descending (a coronary artery) leukocyte adhesion deficiency. left axis deviation (see electrocardiogram) lymphadenopathy. LAE. left atrial enlargement. LAH. left anterior hemiblock.

  7. List of medical abbreviations: G - Wikipedia

    Abbreviation Meaning G: gravidity (total number of pregnancies, successful or not) guanosine: G6PD: glucose-6-phosphate-dehydrogenase: GA: general anaesthesia gestational age: GABA: gamma-aminobutyric acid: GABHS: group A beta-hemolytic streptococcus GAD: generalized anxiety disorder GAF Global Assessment of Functioning: GAPS

  8. List of medical abbreviations: Q - Wikipedia

    qAc. Before every meal (from Latin quaque ante cibum) q.a.d. every other day (from Latin quaque altera die ) QALY. quality-adjusted life year. q.AM. every day before noon (from Latin quaque die ante meridiem ) q.d.