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21-Jan-2017 03:49

change each setting instead of using Set Automatically.

For example, you might have i OS 9 or earlier and your country or region or government changes the time zone or the observance of Daylight Saving Time (DST).

R.—recovery room RUQ, RLL—right upper quadrant, lobe rt—right RV—residual volume Rx—take (prescription) s—without S & S—signs and symptoms ss—1/2 Sats—oxygen/blood saturation level SA—sinoatrial SB—small bowel sc—subcutaneous SGOT—serum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase SGPT—serum glutamic pyruvic transaminase SIDS—sudden infant death syndrome Sig:—label/write SL—sublingual SMAC—sequential multiple analysis computer SOB—shortness of breath spec—specimen sp.

gr.—specific gravity SQ, sub q—subcutaneous SSE—soap suds enema stat—immediately STD—sexually transmitted disease STH—somatotropic hormone SVD—spontaneous vaginal delivery SVN—small volume nebulizer SVT—supraventricular tachycardia Sx—symptoms T—temperature, thoracic T & A—tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy tab—tablet tachy—–tachycardic TAH—total abdominal hysterectomy TB—tuberculosis TCDB—turn, cough, deep breath temp (T)—temperature TH—thyroid hormone TIA—transient ischemic attack tid—three times a day TMJ—temporomandibular joint tol—tolerated TPN—total parenteral nutrition TPR—temperature, pulse, respirations tr—tincture trach—tracheotomy, tracheostomy TSH—thyroid-stimulating hormone TT—tetanus toxiod TUR—transurethral resection TV—tidal volume TVH—total vaginal hysterectomy TX—traction UA—urinalysis umb—umbilicus unc.—unconscious ung—ointment unk—unknown ur—urine URC—usual, reasonable, customary URI—upper respiratory infection US—ultrasonic UTI—urinary tract infection V fib—ventricular fibrillation V tach—ventricular tachycardia vag—vaginal VC—vital capacity VD—venereal disease vit—vitamin vo—verbal order vol—volume V/S—vital signs WA—while awake WBC—white blood cell/count w/c—wheelchair WNL—within normal limits wt—weight y/o—year(s) old Files/Dict-Stedmans28/APP06a alpha: Bunsen solubility coefficient; first in a series; specific rotation term; heavy chain class corresponding to Ig A a-h the right handed helical form assumed by many proteins a-T a tocopherol a (specific) absorption (coefficient) (USUALLY ITALIC); (total) acidity; area; (systemic) arterial (blood) (SUBSCRIPT); asymmetric; atto A absorbance A adenosine (or adenylic acid); alveolar gas (SUBSCRIPT); ampere Å angstrom; Ångström unit a wa w [G.] ana of each (USED in prescriptions) AA amino acid; aminoacyl a.c.

Change Request HCFA mechanism used for submitting a request to change, add, or delete functions within the operational Medicare; kinematic viscosity n index of refraction; nano N newton; nitrogen; normal (concentration) N normal (SMALL caps) Na [Modern L.] natrium, sodium NA Nomina Anatomica NAD nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide; no apparent (or acute) distress NAD nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (oxidized form) NADH nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (reduced form) NADP nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate NADP nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (oxidized form) NADPH nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (reduced form) NAME nevi, atrial myxoma, myxoid neurofibromas, and ephelides (syndrome) NANDA North American Nursing Diagnosis Association Nb niobium NCV nerve conduction velocity Nd neodymium Nd: YAG neodymium:yttriumaluminum-garnet [laser] NDA New Drug Application Ne neon NE norepinephrine; not examined NEEP negative end expiratory pressure NF National Formulary ng nanogram NGF nerve growth factor (antigen) Ni nickel NIH National Institutes of Health NK natural killer (cell) NKA no known allergies NLM National Library of Medicine nm nanometer NMN nicotinamide mononucleotide No nobelium NP Nurse Practitioner Np neptunium NPO [L.] nihil per os, nothing by mouth NREM nonrapid eye movement (sleep) n RNA nuclear RNA NS normal saline NSAID nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug NSR normal sinus rhythm NUG necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis ? species SPA single proton absorptiometry SPCA serum prothrombin conversion accelerator (factor VII) SPECT single photon emission computed tomography SPF sun protection (or protective) factor sph spheric (lens) spm suppression and mutation; ohm o- ortho O [L.] oculus, eye; opening (in formulas for electrical reactions); oxygen O & P ova and parasites OAV oculoauriculovertebral (dysplasia, syndrome) OB obstetrics OB/GYN obstetrics (and) gynecology OBS organic brain syndrome OC oral contraceptive OCD obsessive compulsive disorder OD Doctor of Optometry; Officer of the Day; overdose m OD [L.] oculus dexter, right eye ODD oculodentodigital (dysplasia, syndrome) Oe oersted (centimeter gram second unit of magnetic field strength) OFD orofaciodigital (dysostosis, syndrome) OKT Ortho-Kung T (cell) OML orbitomeatal line OMM ophthalmomandibulomelic (dysplasia, syndrome) OMS organic mental syndrome OP osmotic pressure; outpatient OPV oral poliovirus vaccine OR operating room ORD optical rotatory dispersion ORIF open reduction and internal fixation Orn ornithine (or its radical) Oro orotate; orotic acid Os osmium m OS [L.] oculus sinister, left eye OSA obstructive sleep apnea OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration OT occupational therapy; Koch old tuberculin OTC over the counter (nonprescription) drug m OU [L.] oculus uterque, each eye (both eyes) OXT oxytocin oz ounce p pico; pupil p- para P partial (pressure); peta ; phosphorus, phosphoric (residue); plasma (concentration); pressure; para (obstetric history) 32P phosphorus-32 P1 first parental generation PA Physician Assistant; posteroanterior Pa pascal; protactinium PA Physician’s Assistant; posteroanterior; pulmonary artery PABA para-aminobenzoic acid PAF platelet-aggregating (or platelet-activating) factor PAH paraaminohippuric (acid) PAo2 partial pressure of arterial oxygen PAS para aminosalicylic (acid), periodic acid Schiff (reagent) PASA para aminosalicylic acid PAT paroxysmal atrial tachycardia Pb [L.] plumbum, lead PBG porphobilinogen p.c. species (plural) SQ subcutaneous Sr strontium SRF somatotropin releasing factor SRF-A slow reacting factor of anaphylaxis SRIF somatotropin-releaseinhibiting factor s RNA soluble RNA SRS slow-reacting substance (of anaphylaxis) SRS-A slow-reacting substance of anaphylaxis ss DNA single stranded DNA ssp.Catastrophic Illness Any unusually expensive or lengthy illness that greatly exceeds an individual's ability to pay.

Categorically Needy Those aged, blind, or disabled individuals or families who meet Medicaid eligibility criteria by qualifying for AFDC, SSI, or an optional State financial supplement.Fl)—force fluids FH—family history FHS—fetal heart sounds FHT—fetal heart tone FIFO—first in, first out FSH—follicle-stimulating hormone ft—foot FUO—fever of undetermined origin Fx—fracture GB—gallbladder GI—gastrointestinal GU—genitourinary GTT—glucose tolerance test (pancreas test) gtt(s)—drop(s) gyn—gynecology H & H—hemoglobin and hematocrit HCG—human chorionic gonadotrophin hct—hematocrit HDL—high-density lipoprotein hgb—hemoglobin HOB—head of bed hr (h)—hour HIV—human immunodeficiency virus H&P—history and physical HR—heart rate hs—hour of sleep, bedtime ht—height Hx—history hypo—hypodermic injection hyst—hysterectomy IBS—irritable bowel syndrome I & D—incision and drainage I & O—intake and output ICP—intracranial pressure ICU—intensive care unit IM—intramuscular ing—inguinal inj—injection IPPB—intermittent positive pressure breathing irrig—irrigation IS—intercostal space isol—isolation IT—inhalation therapy IUD—intrauterine device IV—intravenous IVF—in vitro fertilization IVP—intravenous pyelogram K —potassium KCl—potassuim chloride KUB—kidney, ureter, bladder L—lumbar L & D—labor and delivery lac—laceration lab—laboratory lap—laparotomy lat—lateral LD—lethal dose LDH—lactic dehydrogenase LDL—low-density lipoprotein liq—liquid LLQ, LLL—left lower quadrant (abdomen), lobe (lung) LMP—last menstrual period LOC—level of consciousness LP—lumbar puncture lt—left LUQ, LUL—left upper quadrant (abdomen), lobe (lung) MA—mental age MAST—medical antishock trousers MCI—mass casualty incident meds—medications MI—myocardial infarction MICU—mobile intensive care unit min—minute MN—midnight MOM—milk of magnesia MRI—magnetic resonance imagery MS—morphine sulfate, multiple sclerosis MVA—motor vehicle accident NVD—nausea, vomiting, diarrhea Na —sodium Na Cl—sodium chloride N/C—nasal cannula no—complaints neg—negative neuro—neurology NG—nasogastric NGT—nasogastric tube nitro—nitroglycerine NKA—no known allergies noc (t)—night NPO—nothing by mouth NS—normal saline nsg—nursing NSR—normal sinus rhythm NVS—neurological vital signs O—oxygen OB—obstetrics OD—right eye, overdose oint—ointment OOB—out of bed OPD—outpatient department OR—operating room ord—orderly ORTH—orthopedics ortho—correct, right (bones) os—mouth OS—left eye OT—occupational therapy OU—both eyes oz—ounce p—after P—pulse P & A—percussion and auscultation PAC—premature atrial contraction palp—palpation PAR—post-anesthesia room PAT—paroxysmal atrial tachycardia pc—after meals p CO2—partial pressure of carbon dioxide PDR—physician’s desk reference PE—physical exam, pulmonary embolism PEDS—pediatrics per—by or through PERL(A)—pupils equal and reactive to light (and accommodation) PET—positron emission tomography PH—past history p H—hydrogen ion concentration PID—pelvic inflammatory disease PKU—phenylketonuria pm—between noon and midnight PNS—peripheral nervous system po—by mouth post (pos)—posterior postop, Post Op—–postoperative pp (p.p.)—postprandial (after eating) p O2—partial pressure of oxygen PPD—purified protein derivative (TB test) preop, Pre Op—before surgery prn—as needed, whenever necessary pro time—prothrombin time pt—patient, pint PT—physical therapy PTT—partial prothrombaplastin time PVC—premature ventricular contraction Px—physical exam, prognosis q—every qd—every day qh—every hour q2h, q3h, ...—every two hours, every three hours, ...qhs—every night at bedtime qid—four times a day qns—quantity not sufficient qod—every other day qs—quantity sufficient r (R)—rectal R (resp)—respirations, rectal RAIU—radioactive iodine uptake study RBC—red blood cell/count reg—regular Rh—rhesus RK—radial keratomy RL—ringer’s lactate RLQ, RLL—right lower quadrant (abdomen), lobe (lung) RML—right middle lobe (lung) RO—reality orientation R/O—rule out ROM—range of motion R.[L.] gutta, a drop GTP guanosine 5´ triphosphate gtt.