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axis AZT azidothymidine (zidovudine) B barometric (pressure) (SUBSCRIPT); boron b blood (SUBSCRIPT) ß second in a series Ba barium BADLs basic activities of daily living BAER brainstem auditory evoked response BAL British anti-Lewisite (dimercaprol); bronchoalveolar lavage BALB binaural alternate loudness balance (test) BBB blood brain barrier; bundle branch block BBT basal body temperature BCG bacille bilié de Calmette Guérin (vaccine) BE barium enema B-E below the elbow (amputation) Be beryllium Bi bismuth b.i.d. [L.] circa, about, approximately c-a cardioarterial Ca calcium; cathodal; cathode CA cancer; carcinoma; cardiac arrest; chronologic age; contrast angiography; croup associated (virus); cytosine arabinoside CABG coronary artery bypass graft CAD coronary artery disease cal calorie (small) Cal calorie (large) CAM complementary and alternative medicine c AMP cyclic adenosine monophosphate CAO conscious, alert, oriented cap capsule CAP catabolite (gene) activator protein; communityacquired pneumonia CAPD continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis CAT computerized axial tomography (obsolete) CBC complete blood (cell) count CBG corticosteroid binding globulin CBT cognitive-behavioral therapy Cbz carbobenzoxy (chloride) mcc, c.c.[L.] bis in die, twice a day BIDS brittle hair, impaired intelligence, decreased fertility, and short stature (syndrome) BIPAP bilevel positive airway pressure Bk berkelium BM bowel movement BMD bone mineral density BMI body mass index BNEd Bachelor of Nursing Education BNP brain natriuretic peptide BNSc Bachelor of Nursing Science bp base pair BP blood pressure; boiling point; British Pharmacopoeia BPF bronchopleural fistula BPH Bachelor of Public Health BPH benign prostatic hyperplasia Bq becquerel (SI unit of radionuclide activity) Br bromine BRAT (diet) banana, rice cereal, applesauce, toast BS, BSc Bachelor of Science (Baccalaureus Scientiae) BSA body surface area BSE breast self-examination BSER brainstem evoked response (audiometry) BSN Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSO bilateral salpingooophorectomy BT bleeding time BTPS body temperature, ambient pressure, saturated (with water vapor) BTU British thermal unit BTX botulinum toxin BUN blood urea nitrogen BUS Bartholin glands, urethra, Skene glands BVMS Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery Bx biopsy c calorie (small); capillary (blood); centi C calorie (large); carbon; Celsius; centigrade; clearance (rate, renal) C; compliance; concentration; cylindric(lens); cytidine c [L.] cum, with C&S culture and sensitivity C. cubic centimeter CCK cholecystokinin CCNU chloroethylcyclohexylnitrosourea (lomustine) CCU coronary care unit; critical care unit cd candela Cd cadmium CD compact disc CDA Certified Dental Assistant CDC (U.Rm.—delivery room diff—differential DNA—deoxyribonucleic acid DNR—do not resuscitate DOA—dead on arrival DOB—date of birth DPT—diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus DRG—diagnosis-related grouping D/S—dextrose in saline DT’s—delirium tremens DW—distilled water D5W 5%—dextrose in water Dx—diagnosis EBL—estimated blood loss ECG—electrocardiogram ED—emergency department EEG—electroencephalogram EENT—eyes, ears, nose, throat EKG—electrocardiogram EMG—electromyogram EOA—esophageal obturator airway ESR—erythrocyte sedimentation rate est—estimated ER—emergency room ET—endotracheal ETA—estimated time of arrival etiol—etiology ETOH—ethyl alcohol, intoxicated exam—examination exp—exploratory ext—external, extract, extraction FBOA—foreign body obstructed airway FBS—fasting blood sugar FBW—fasting blood work FF (F.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, ...

Carriers Responsible for handling Medicare claims for services by physicians, suppliers, and other health care practitioners covered under Part B of the Medicare program. 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confidence interval CIE counterimmunoelectrophoresis CIN cervical intraepithelial neoplasia CIQ cognitive laterality quotient CIU chronic idiopathic urticaria CJD Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease CK creatine kinase CK-MB creatine kinase MB isoenzyme Cl chlorine CL cardiolipin CLA(ASCP) Clinical Laboratory Assistant (American Society of Clinical Pathologists) CLIA Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments CLL chronic lymphocytic leukemia cm centimeter c M centimorgan Cm curium CMA Certified Medical Assistant CMC carpometacarpal CME continuing medical education CMI cell mediated immunity CML chronic myelogenous leukemia CMO Chief Medical Officer CMP cytidine 5´ phosphate (or any cytidine monophosphate) CMT Certified Medical Transcriptionist CMV controlled mechanical ventilation; cytomegalovirus CNM Certified Nurse Midwife CNP Community Nurse Practitioner CNS central nervous system Co cobalt Co A coenzyme A COG center of gravity con A concanavalin A COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COS Chief of Staff CP cerebral palsy; costophrenic CPAP continuous (or constant) positive airway pressure CPD cephalopelvic disproportion CPK creatine phosphokinase CPM continuous passive motility CPPB continuous (or constant) positive pressure breathing CPPV continuous positive pressure ventilation CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation cps cycles per second CPT Current Procedural Terminology Cr chromium; creatinine CR Chief Resident; conditioned reflex; crown rump (length) CRD chronic respiratory disease CRH corticotropin releasing hormone CRL crown rump length CRNA Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist CRNP Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner CRP cross reacting protein CRST calcinosis cutis, Raynaud phenomenon, sclerodactyly, and telangiectasia (syndrome) CRT Certified Respiratory Therapist Cs cesium CS cesarean section; Chief of Staff CSD catscratch disease CSF cerebrospinal fluid; colony-stimulating factor CT computed tomography CTP cytidine 5´ triphosphate CTR cardiothoracic ratio Cu [L.] cuprum, copper CV cardiovascular CVA cerebral vascular (cerebrovascular) accident, costovertebral angle CVP central venous pressure CVS cardiovascular system; chorionic villus sampling CXR chest x-ray Cyd cytidine cyl cylinder; cylindric (lens) CYP cytochrome P-450 (enzyme) Cys cysteine Cyt cytosine ?delta; change; heat d delta; heavy chain class corresponding to Ig D D & C dilatation and curettage D & E dilatation and evacuation D Dalton, dead (space gas) (SUBSCRIPT); deciduous; deuterium; diffusing (capacity); dihydrouridine (in nucleic acids); diopter; [L.] dexter, right (opposite of left); vitamin D potency of cod liver oil d deci-; day d deuterium d dextrorotatory D- prefix indicating that a molecule is sterically analogous to D glyceraldehyde da deca d A deoxyadenosine Da dalton DA developmental age d Ado deoxyadenosine d AMP deoxyadenylic acid DANS 1-dimethylaminonaphthalene 5 sulfonic acid db decibel d B decibel DC Dental Corps; Doctor of Chiropractic; direct current m D/C discharge; discontinue DCG dacryocystography DCh Doctor of Surgery (Doctor Chirurgiae) DCI dichloroisoproterenol d CMP deoxycytidylic acid DDS Doctor of Dental Surgery DDT dichlorodiphenyl trichloroethane (chlorophenothane) def decayed, extracted, or filled (deciduous teeth) DEF decayed, extracted, or filled (permanent teeth) DES diethylstilbestrol DET diethyltryptamine DEV duck embryo vaccine; duck embryo virus DEXA dual energy x-ray absorptiometry df decayed and filled (deciduous teeth) DF decayed and filled (permanent teeth) Df deficiency (absence or inactivation of a gene) d GMP deoxyguanosine monophosphate (deoxyguanylic acid) DH Dental Hygienist DHEA dehydro-3-epiandrosterone DIC disseminated intravascular coagulation DIF direct immunofluorescence DIP desquamative interstitial pneumonia; distal interphalangeal (joint) DJD degenerative joint disease dk deca-, deka DKA diabetic ketoacidosis d L deciliter d M decimorgan DM diabetes mellitus DMARD disease-modifying antirheumatic drug DMD Doctor of Dental Medicine; Duchenne muscular dystrophy DME Director of Medical Education dmf decayed, missing, or filled (deciduous teeth) DMF decayed, missing, or filled (permanent teeth) DMSO dimethyl sulfoxide DMT N, N dimethyltryptamine DMV Doctor of Veterinary Medicine DN dibucaine number DNA deoxyribonucleic acid DNB Diplomate of the National Board (of Medical Examiners) DNE Director of Nursing Education; Doctor of Nursing Education DNP deoxyribonucleoprotein; 2,4 dinitrophenol DNR do not resuscitate DNS Director of Nursing Service(s) DO Doctor of Osteopathy DOA dead on arrival DOB date of birth DOC deoxycholic acid; deoxycorticosterone DOE dyspnea on exertion DOM 2,5-dimethoxy-4- methylamphetamine DON Director of Nursing DOT directly observed therapy DP Doctor of Pharmacy; Doctor of Podiatry Dp duplication of a gene or chromosomal segment 2,3 DPG 2,3 diphosphoglycerate DPH Doctor of Public Health; Doctor of Public Hygiene DPharm Doctor of Pharmacy DPI dry powder inhaler DPM Doctor of Physical Medicine; Doctor of Podiatric Medicine DPN diphosphopyridine nucleotide DPT dipropyltryptamine; diphtheria, pertussis, and tetanus (vaccines) dr dram DR degeneration reaction, reaction of degeneration Dr Med Doctor of Medicine DRE digital rectal examination DRG diagnosis-related group Dr PH Doctor of Public Health; Doctor of Public Hygiene DRVVT dilute Russell viper venom test D-S Doerfler Stewart (test) DSA digital subtraction angiography DSc Doctor of Science DSD dry sterile dressing ds DNA double-stranded DNA DSM Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders of the American Psychiatric Association d T deoxythymidine DT delirium tremens; duration of tetany d TDP deoxythymidine 5 diphosphate d Thd thymidine DTIC dimethyltrizenoimidazole carboxamide (dacarbazine) d TMP deoxythymidylic acid DTP diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and pertussis vaccine; distal tingling on percussion (Tinel sign) DTPA diethylenetriamine pentaacetic acid DTR deep tendon reflex d TTP deoxythymidine 5´ triphosphate DVM Doctor of Veterinary Medicine DVT deep vein thrombosis Dx diagnosis Dy dysprosium e epsilon; molar absorption coefficient; heavy chain class corresponding to Ig E E exa ; extraction (ratio) EB Epstein Barr (virus) EBV Epstein Barr virus ECF extended care facility; extracellular fluid ECF-A eosinophilic chemotactic factor of anaphylaxis ECG electrocardiogram ECHO enterocytopathogenic human orphan (virus) ECM erythema chronicum migrans ECMO extracorporeal membrane oxygenation ECS electrocerebral silence ECT electroconvulsive therapy ED eating disorder; effective dose; emergency department; erectile dysfunction EDC expected date of confinement recipe, (the first word on a prescription), take; prescription; treatment EDTA ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (edathamil, edetic acid) EEG electroencephalogram EENT eye, ear, nose, and throat EIA enzyme immunoassay EKG [German] Elektrokardiogramme, electrocardiogram EKY electrokymogram ELISA enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay EMC encephalomyocarditis (virus) EMF electromotive force EMG electromyogram; exomphalos, macroglossia, and gigantism (syndrome) EMS eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome EMT Emergency Medical Technician ENG electronystagmography ENT ear, nose, and throat EOG electrooculography EOM extraocular muscle(s) EPAP expiratory positive airway pressure EPO erythropoietin ER endoplasmic reticulum; emergency room Er erbium ERBF effective renal blood flow ERCP endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography ERG electroretinogram ERPF effective renal plasma flow ERT estrogen replacement therapy ERV expiratory reserve volume Es einsteinium ESEP extreme somatosensory evoked potential ESP extrasensory perception ESR electron spin resonance; erythrocyte sedimentation rate ESRD end stage renal disease ESWL extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy Et OH ethyl alcohol Eu europium ev electron volt e V electron volt F Fahrenheit; faraday (constant); fertility (factor); field (of vision); fluorine; force; fractional (concentration); free (energy) f femto-; (respiratory) frequency F1 first filial generation F1.2 (prothrombin) fragment 1.2 FAAN Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing FAAP Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics Fab fragment of antibody molecule involved in antigen binding FACA Fellow of the American College of Anesthesiology FACAL Fellow of the American College of Allergy FACC Fellow of the American College of Cardiologists FACD Fellow of the American College of Dentists FACFP Fellow of the American College of Family Physicians FACO Fellow of the American College of Otolaryngology FACOG Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists FACOS Fellow of the American College of Orthopaedic Surgeons FACP Fellow of the American College of Physicians FACR Fellow of the American College of Radiology FACS Fellow of the American College of Surgeons FAD flavin(e) adenine dinucleotide; familial Alzheimer disease FAMA Fellow of the American Medical Association FANA fluorescent antinuclear antibody (test) FAP familial adenomatous polyposis FB foreign body FBS fasting blood sugar Fc constant fragment of an antibody molecule FDA (U.-aminobutyric acid GABHS group-A ß-hemolytic Streptococcus Gal galactose GC gonococcus, gonorrhea GCS Glasgow coma scale Gd gadolinium GDP mannose 1 phosphate guanylyltransferase Ge germanium GERD gastroesophageal reflux disease GFR glomerular filtration rate GGT ?-glutamyl transferase GH glenohumeral; growth hormone GHB ?Change Request HCFA mechanism used for submitting a request to change, add, or delete functions within the operational Medicare system.

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