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मेडिकल सांइस के संक्षिप्त शब्द Medical Science Shortcut Words

हाॅस्पिटल, क्लेनिक में डाॅक्टर द्वारा मरीज उपचार एवं दवाईयों के लिए सम्बन्धित पर्चा, लेटर, डोक्यूमेंटस तैयार किया जाता है। जोकि हर कोई व्यक्ति आसानी से नहीं समझ पाता है। मरीज विवरण तैयार करने में डाॅक्टर/एक्सपर्ट मेडिकल भाषा में र्शाटकट कीवर्डस में विवरण लिखते हैं। जिसे उपचार सारणी बनने से लेकर ऑफिस रिकाॅर्ड के लिए रखा जाता है। मेडिकल सांइस में अकसर डाॅक्टर/एक्सपर्ट मरीज का सम्पूर्ण विवरण बहुत कम संकेतिक भाषा में रखते हैं, ताकि मरीज उपचार करने में आसानी हो, आसानी से दवाईयां, उपचार और सुझाव पूरी जानकारी एक मात्र कागज लिख सकें और उपचार में देरी ना हो। अधिक-से अधिक मरीजों की सम्पूर्ण जानकारी एक मात्र "डाॅक्टर पैड" में सलंग्न हो सके। और ज्यादा से ज्यादा मरीजों का उपचार शीघ्रता से हो सके।
हाॅस्पिटल, क्लेनिक में डाॅक्टर/एक्सपर्ट की ड्यूटी शिफ्ट बदलने पर, दूसरे डाॅक्टर/एक्सपर्ट की गैरहाजरी में या मेडिकल शाॅप से उपचार हेतु दवाईयां, सर्जरी सामग्री या फिर बीमारी को समझना या उपचार से जुड़ी बारीकियों को जानने में आसानी बनी रहे। इस सभी उपरोक्त वजहों से डाॅक्टर/एक्सपर्ट संकेतिक भाषा का प्रयोग करते हैं। जिनहें Medical Abbreviations कहा जाता है।
मेडिकल सांइस से जुड़े सभी Antimicrobial, Mechanism और Organism के Abbreviations / र्शाटकट वर्डस
विस्तार से निम्न प्रकार हैं। जोकि बहुत ही हेल्पफुल हैं। डाॅक्टर और मेडिकल से जुड़ी संकेतिक भाषा जानकारी का आसानी से पता लगा सकते हैं।

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CARE SHORTCUT KEYS
AXR = abdominal x-ray
BAC = blood alcohol content
BC = birth control
BE = barium enema
BMT = bone marrow transplant
Bx = biopsy
BRP = bathroom privileges
CPR = cardiopulmonary resuscitation
CXR = chest x-ray
ECC = emergency cardiac care
ECG or EKG = electrocardiogram
ECMO = Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation
ECT = Electroconvulsive therapy
ECV = External cephalic version
FB = Foreign body
FNA = Fine needle aspiration
FOBT = Fecal occult blood testing
GLT = Glucose loading test
GTT = Glucose tolerance test
H20 = Water
I&D = Incision and drainage
IM = Intramuscular
I&O = Intake and output
IV = Intravenous
IUPC = Intrauterine pressure catheter
In vitro = In the laboratory
In vivo = In the body
KUB = Kidney, ureter, bladder (x-ray)
OGTT = Oral glucose tolerance test
PAP = Pulmonary artery pressure; Papanicolaou test
PEEP = Positive end expiratory pressure
PT = Physical therapy
T&C = Type and cross (blood)
TPA = Tissue plasminogen activator (dissolve clots), total parenteral alimentation
UA = Urinalysis
US = Ultrasound
XRT = External radiation therapy

BODY DESCRIPTION SHORTCUT KEYS
ABD = Abdomen
AD = Right ear
AL = Left ear
AU = Both ears
BMD = Bone mass density
BMI = Body mass index
BMR = Basal metabolic rate
CBD = Common bile duct
CBF = Cerebral blood flow
FL = Femur length
FROM = Free range of motion
HC = Head circumference
IBW = Ideal body weight
LLL = Left lower lobe
LLQ = Left lower quadrant
LUL = Left upper lobe
LUQ = Left upper quadrant
LV = Left ventricle
OD = Right eye
OS = Left eye
OU = Both eyes
PNS = Peripheral nervous system
RA = Right atrium
RUL = Right upper lobe
RUQ = Right upper quadrant
RV = Right ventricle, residual volume
TLC = Total lung capacity
UE = Upper extremity
WT = Weight

DIAGNOSIS & CONDITION SHORTCUT KEYS
ADHD = Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
AF = Acid-fast
AIDS = Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
A&O = Alert and oriented
AOB = Alcohol on breath
ARDS = Adult respiratory distress syndrome
ARF = Acute renal failure, acute rheumatic fever
BAD = Bipolar affective disorder
BM = Bowel movement
BP = Blood pressure
CA = Cancer
CAB = Carotid artery bruit
CABG = Coronary artery bypass graft
CAD = Coronary artery disease
CBC = Complete blood count
CF = Cystic fibrosis
C/F = Chills, fever
COVID 19 = Corona Virus
CFT = Complement fixation testing
CHD = Congenital heart disease
CHF = Congestive heart failure
COLD = Chronic obstructive lung disease
COPD = Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
CP = Chest pain
CP = Cerebral palsy
C/S = Cesarean section
CV = Cardiovascular
CVA = Cerebral vascular accident (stroke)
DTR = Deep tendon reflex
DVT = Deep venous thrombosis
Dx = Diagnosis
EBL = Estimated blood loss
EBV = Epstein-Barr virus
EC = Eye contact
ECASA = Enteric coated acetylsalicylic acid
EGC = Early gastric cancer
FAS = Fetal alcohol syndrome
FB = Foreign body
F/C = Fever, chills
FEF = Forced expiratory flow
FHR= Fetal heart rate
FM = Fetal movement
FRC = Functional residual capacity
FSE = Fetal scalp electrode
FSH = Follicle stimulating hormone
FT = Full term
FX = Fracture
GA = Gestational age
GH = Growth hormone
GHRH = Growth hormone releasing hormone
GI = Gastrointestinal
GLT = Glucose loading test
GSW = Gunshot wound
GTT = Glucose tolerance test
GU = Genitourinary
HA = Headache
HA = Hemolytic anemia
HAV = Hepatitis A virus
HBV = Hepatitis B virus
Hb = Hemoglobin
HCV = Hepatitis C virus
HDL = High density lipoprotein
HDV = Hepatitis D virus
HIV = Human immunodeficiency virus
HPA = Hypothalamic suppression test
HR = Heart rate
HTN = Hypertension
IBD = Inflammatory bowel disease
IBS = Inflammatory bowel syndrome
ICP = Intracranial pressure
IDDM = Insulin dependent diabetes mellitus
IPF = Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
IUI = Intrauterine insemination
IUP = Intrauterine pregnancy
IVF = In vitro fertilization
IVIG = Intravenous immune globulin
IVP = Intravenous push
JCV = JC virus
JRA = Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis
JVD = Jugular venous distension
KS = Kaposi sarcoma
LAD = Leukocyte adhesion deficiency
LBP = Ower back pain
LBW = Low birth weight
LIH = Left inguinal hernia
LOF = Loss of fluid
MD = Muscular dystrophy
MR = Mental retardation
MS = Multiple sclerosis
NAD = No acute distress
Nat/O = Birth
NIDDM = Non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus
NM = Neuromuscular
N/V = Nausea vomiting
NVD = Normal vaginal delivery
OCD = Obsessive compulsive disorder
ON = Optic neuritis
OSA = Obstructive sleep apnea
PD = Parkinson's disease
PE = Pulmonary embolism
PKD = Polycystic kidney disease
PID = Pelvic inflammatory disease
PIH = Pregnancy induced hypertension
PMS = Premenstrual syndrome
PTSD = Post-traumatic stress disorder
RA = Rheumatoid arthritis
RAD = Reactive airway disease
RDS = Respiratory distress syndrome
REM = Rapid eye movements
RHD = Rheumatic heart disease
RXN = Reaction
SAB = Spontaneous abortion
SBO = Small bowel obstruction
SBS = Shaken baby syndrome
SOB = Shortness of breath
STD = Sexually transmitted disease
TAH = Total abdominal hysterectomy
TB = Tuberculosis
TBI = Traumatic brain injury
TGA = Transient global amnesia
UC = Ulcerative colitis
UO = Urine output
URI = Upper respiratory infection
UTI = Urinary tract infection
VB = Vaginal bleeding
VBAC = Vaginal birth after caesarean section
VF = Ventricular fibrillation
VH = Vaginal hysterectomy, hallucination
VIP = Voluntary interruption of pregnancy

COMMUNICATION SHORTCUT KEYS
AA =  Amino acid
ABG =  Arterial blood gas
ADM =  Admission, admitted
ALS =  Advanced life support, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
AMA = Against medical advice, American Medical Association
ASAP = As soon as possible
A&W = Alive and well
C = Centigrade, celsius
CC = Cubic centimeter, chief complaint, critical care, complications, carbon copy
C/O =  Complains of, care of
CO2 = Carbon dioxide
D/C =  Discontinue or discharge
DNR =  Do not resuscitate
DO = Disorder
DOA = Dead on arrival or date of admission
DOB = Date of birth
DOT = Directly observed therapy
DSM = Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
EDC = Estimated date of confinement
EDD = Estimated delivery date
EGA = Estimated gestational age
ER = Emergency room
F = Fahrenheit
H&P = History & physical examination
HPI = History of present illness
H/O = History of
HR = Heart rate or hour
HS = Hour of sleep (bedtime)
ICU = Intensive care unit
ID = Infectious diseases
IP = Inpatient
IQ = Intelligence quotient
IU = International units
MCO = Managed care organization
MG = milligram
MVA = motor vehicle accident
ML = milliliter
NKDA = no known drug allergies
NTG = nitroglycerin
O2 = oxygen
OPD = outpatient department
P = pulse
Post-op = postoperative (after surgery)
Pre-op = preoperative (before surgery)
PA or PT = patient
PCP = primary care physician
RBC = red blood cell
RF = risk factor
S = without (sans)
SX = symptoms
S/S = signs and symptoms
STAT = immediately
T = temperature
TPR = temperature, pulse, respiration
USOH = usual state of health
VS = vital signs
VSS = vital signs stable
WB = whole blood
WBC = white blood cell
WNL = within normal limits

MECHANISM SHORTCUT KEYS
beta-lactamase = blac
ESBL, all types = esbl
ESBL, CTX-M type = esbl_ctxm
mecA gene = mecA
methicillin resistant = metR
mupA gene = mupA

ORGANISM SHORTCUT KEYS
Alpha-haemolytic streptococcus = as
Beta-haemolytic streptococcus = bs
Coagulase-negative staphylococcus = cn
Enterobacte = re
Enterococcus = ec
Escherichia coli = eo
Klebsiell = ak
Proteea = ep
Pseudomonas =  ps
Serratia = gn
Staphylococcus aureus = st
Streptococcus pneumoniae = pn

ANTIMICROBIAL SHORTCUT KEYS
amoxicillin = amx
amoxicillin/clavulanate = amc
amikacin = amk
ampicillin = amp
azithromycin = azm
cefaclor = cec
cefotaxime = ctx
cefoxitin = fox
ceftaroline = cpt
ceftazidime = caz
ceftazidime/avibactam = cza
ceftobiprole = bpr
ceftolozane/tazobactam = c_t
cefuroxime = cxm
ciprofloxacin = cip
clarithromycin = clr
clindamycin = cli
colistin = cst
dalbavancin = dal
daptomycin = dap
doripenem = dor
ertapenem = etp
erythromycin = ery
faropenem = far
fusidic acid = fus
gemifloxacin = gem
gentamicin = gen
imipenem = ipm
imipenem/relebactam= ipr
levofloxacin = lvx
linezolid = lzd
meropenem = mem
metronidazole = mtz
minocycline = min
moxifloxacin = mxf
mupirocin = mup
oxacillin = oxa
penicillin = pen
piperacillin/tazobactam =tzp
rifampicin = rif
solithromycin = sol
teicoplanin = tec
telavancin = tlv
telithromycin = tel
tetracycline = tet
tigecycline = tgc
tobramycin = tob
trimethoprim = tmp
trimethoprim-sulphamethoxazole = sxt
vancomycin = van