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Thinking of you.

Thinking of you.

nicolegendary:

hell-born-rising-demon:

dolofang:

klartie:

when boys have sleepovers do they sleep in the same bed like girls do or do the rules of no homo include sharing beds

girls always share beds. and covers and clothes and food and personal space. sometimes even bathrooms

Girls share everything.

#girls dont believe in no homo #all da homo #dont give a fuck.

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tacobelligerent:

tacobelligerent:

I STEPPED ON A FUCKING LEAF AND AT THE SAME TIME SOME KID SCREAMED I THOUGHT IT WAS THE FUCKIN LEAF OMG

why do we always have to reblog my mistakes

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sarcasticnursejess:

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ninjatengu:

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aspiringdoctors:

thisfuturemd:

Common Abbreviations in Medicine

YAY THIS IS GREAT! Also…- PRN= as needed
- BID = twice a day
- TID = three times a day
-hx or h/o = history of
- dc or d/c = discharge
- fu or f/u = follow-up
- CC = chief complaint or coco chanel ;)
Any others?

BIBEMS= brought in by EMSBIBA= brought in by ambulanceNTND= non-tender, non-distended TTP=tender to palpation RUQ, LUQ, RLQ, LLQ= right upper, left upper, right lower, left lower quadrant SOB=shortness of breath CP=chest painD/w= discussed withHTN=hypertension HLD=hyperlipidemiaT2DM= type 2 diabetes mellitusqH=every evening 2/2=secondary toAFVSS= afebrile, vital signs stableNS=normal saline

BRBPR: Bright red blood per rectum LAD: Lymphadenopathy CAD: coronary artery diseasePNA: Pneumonia BS: Bowel (or breath) sounds (as in Bowel sounds +) N/V: Nausea/vomiting AAO: Awake, alert, oriented A+O: Awake and orientedAKA: Above knee amputationBKA: Below knee amputation LMP: Last menstrual period KUB: kidney ureter bladderRRR: Regular rate & rhythm RTC: Return to clinicr/m/g: rales, murmurs, gallops (as in “no r/m/g”)also, I’ve seen tx used as transplant as well…

From what I understand, LAD can also be left axis deviation and something else that I can’t remember so I was basically told never to use it. n/v/d - nausea/vomiting/diarrheaLNMP - last normal menstrual periodAAA - abd aorta aneurysm A&Ox3 - alert and oriented x3CHF - congestive heart failureLLL, LUL, RLL, RUL, RML - left lower lobe, left upper lobe, right lower lobe, right upper lobe, right middle lobeLLE, RLE, BLE - left lower extremity, right lower extremity, bilat lower extremity LUE, RUE, BUE - left upper extremity, right upper extremity, bilat upper extremityCTA - clear to auscultationBP - blood pressure or back pain (but I hate when people use this for back pain) DM - diabetesIDDM - insulin dependent DMNIDDM - non-insulin dependent DMbx - biopsyBTL - bilateral tubal ligation f/c - fever, chillscxr - chest xray RBBB - right bundle branch blockLBBB - left bundle branch blockASA - aspirin fx - fractureFB - foreign body HA - headacheSI - suicidal ideationHI - homicidal ideation I&D - incision and drainageNAD - no acute distressEOM (EOMi) - extraocular muscles (extraocular muscles intact) PERRLA - pupils equal round and reactive to light accommodationPE - pulmonary embolism WNL - within nl limits (we never looked)  US - ultrasound# - pound (as in that baby weighs 5#, not 5 hashtag)yo - years old

LAD - Left Anterior Descending (artery)
ABD - abdomen
COPD - Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
DI - diabetes insipidus
SIADH - Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone
w/o - without
NPO - Nil per os (nothing by mouth - aka nothing to eat or drink)

sarcasticnursejess:

randommomentsdevida:

ninjatengu:

mddiaries:

aspiringdoctors:

thisfuturemd:

Common Abbreviations in Medicine

YAY THIS IS GREAT! Also…
- PRN= as needed

- BID = twice a day

- TID = three times a day

-hx or h/o = history of

- dc or d/c = discharge

- fu or f/u = follow-up

- CC = chief complaint or coco chanel ;)

Any others?

BIBEMS= brought in by EMS
BIBA= brought in by ambulance
NTND= non-tender, non-distended
TTP=tender to palpation
RUQ, LUQ, RLQ, LLQ= right upper, left upper, right lower, left lower quadrant
SOB=shortness of breath
CP=chest pain
D/w= discussed with
HTN=hypertension
HLD=hyperlipidemia
T2DM= type 2 diabetes mellitus
qH=every evening
2/2=secondary to
AFVSS= afebrile, vital signs stable
NS=normal saline

BRBPR: Bright red blood per rectum 
LAD: Lymphadenopathy 
CAD: coronary artery disease
PNA: Pneumonia 
BS: Bowel (or breath) sounds (as in Bowel sounds +) 
N/V: Nausea/vomiting 
AAO: Awake, alert, oriented 
A+O: Awake and oriented
AKA: Above knee amputation
BKA: Below knee amputation 
LMP: Last menstrual period 
KUB: kidney ureter bladder
RRR: Regular rate & rhythm 
RTC: Return to clinic
r/m/g: rales, murmurs, gallops (as in “no r/m/g”)
also, I’ve seen tx used as transplant as well…

From what I understand, LAD can also be left axis deviation and something else that I can’t remember so I was basically told never to use it. 
n/v/d - nausea/vomiting/diarrhea
LNMP - last normal menstrual period
AAA - abd aorta aneurysm 
A&Ox3 - alert and oriented x3
CHF - congestive heart failure
LLL, LUL, RLL, RUL, RML - left lower lobe, left upper lobe, right lower lobe, right upper lobe, right middle lobe
LLE, RLE, BLE - left lower extremity, right lower extremity, bilat lower extremity 
LUE, RUE, BUE - left upper extremity, right upper extremity, bilat upper extremity
CTA - clear to auscultation
BP - blood pressure or back pain (but I hate when people use this for back pain
DM - diabetes
IDDM - insulin dependent DM
NIDDM - non-insulin dependent DM
bx - biopsy
BTL - bilateral tubal ligation 
f/c - fever, chills
cxr - chest xray 
RBBB - right bundle branch block
LBBB - left bundle branch block
ASA - aspirin 
fx - fracture
FB - foreign body 
HA - headache
SI - suicidal ideation
HI - homicidal ideation 
I&D - incision and drainage
NAD - no acute distress
EOM (EOMi) - extraocular muscles (extraocular muscles intact) 
PERRLA - pupils equal round and reactive to light accommodation
PE - pulmonary embolism
WNL - within nl limits (we never looked)  
US - ultrasound
# - pound (as in that baby weighs 5#, not 5 hashtag)
yo - years old

LAD - Left Anterior Descending (artery)

ABD - abdomen

COPD - Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

DI - diabetes insipidus

SIADH - Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone

w/o - without

NPO - Nil per os (nothing by mouth - aka nothing to eat or drink)

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mistakes i never learn from

1. not checking to see if there's any toilet paper in the bathroom

happy-follows-sweaty:

floraliris:

DREAMS

i fancy a banana

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“I feel everything. And I feel nothing.
I don’t know which is worse…”
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