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Common Abbreviations> Rx = Treatment.> Hx = History> Dx = Diagnosis> q = Every> qd = Every day> qod = Every other day> qh = Every Hour> S = without> SS = On e half> C = With> SOS = If needed> AC = Before Meals> PC = After meals> BID = Twice a Day> TID = Thrice a Day> QID = Four times a day> OD = Once a Day> BT = Bed Time> hs = Bed Time> BBF = Before Breakfast> BD = Before Dinner> Tw = Twice a week> SQ = sub cutaneous> IM = Intramuscular..> ID = Intradermal> IV = Intravenous> Q4H = (every 4 hours)> QOD = (every other day)> HS = (at bedtime)> PRN = (as needed)> PO or "per os" (by mouth)> AC (before meals)> PC = (after meals)> Mg = (milligrams)> Mcg/ug = (micrograms)> G or Gm = (grams)> 1TSF ( Teaspoon) = 5 ml> 1 Tablespoonful =15ml~ DDx=differential DiagnosisTx=TreatmentRTx=RadiotherapyCTx=ChemotherapyR/O=rule outs.p=status postPMH(x)=post medical historyPx=PrognosisIx=IndicationCIx=contraindicationBx =biopsyCx=complication...

Knowledge About Blood.

  1. Which is known as ‘River of Life’?Answer: Blood
  2. Blood circulation was discovered by?Answer: William Harvey
  3. The total blood volume in an adult?Answer: 5-6 Litres
  4. The pH value of Human blood?Answer: 7.35-7.45
  5. The normal blood cholesterol level?Answer: 150-250 mg/100 ml
  6. The fluid part of blood?Answer: Plasma
  7. Plasma protein fibrinogen has an active role in?Answer: Clotting of blood.
  8. Plasma protein globulins functions as?Answer: Antibodies
  9. Plasma proteins maintain the blood pH?Answer: Albumins
  10. Biconcave discs shaped blood cell?Answer: RBC (Erythrocytes)
  11. Non nucleated blood cell?Answer: RBC (Erythrocytes)
  12. Respiratory pigments present in RBC?Answer: Haemoglobin
  13. Red pigment present in RBC?Answer: Haemoglobin
  14. RBC produced in the?Answer: Bone marrow
  15. Iron containing pigment of Haemoglobin?Answer: Haem
  16. Protein containing pigment of Haemoglobin?Answer: Globin
  17. Graveyard of RBC?Answer: Spleen
  18. Blood bank in the body?Answer: Spleen
  19. Life span of RBC?Answer: 120 Days
  20. Total count is measured by an instrument known as?Answer: Haemocytometer
  21. A decrease in RBC count is known as?Answer: Anemia
  22. An increase in RBC count is known as?Answer: Polycythemia
  23. A high concentration of bilirubin in the blood causes?Answer: Jaundice
  24. The disease resistant blood cell?Answer: WBC (leucocytes)
  25. Which WBC is known as soldiers of the body?Answer: Neutrophils
  26. Largest WBC?Answer: Monocyes
  27. Smallest WBC?Answer: Lymphocytes
  28. Antibodies producing WBC?Answer: Lymphocytes
  29. Life span of WBC?Answer: 10-15 days
  30. Blood cell performs an important role in blood clotting?Answer: Thrombocytes (Platelets)
  31. Vessels is called?Answer: Thrombus
  32. Anticoagulant present in Blood?Answer: Heparin
  33. A hereditary bleeding disease?Answer: Haemophilia
  34. Bleeder’s disease?Answer: Haemophilia
  35. Christmas disease?Answer: Haemophilia
  36. A type of Anemia with sickle shaped RBC?Answer: Sickle cell anemia
  37. Viscosity of Blood?Answer: 4.5 to 5.5
  38. Instrument used to measure haemoglobin?Answer: Haemoglobinometer
  39. Who demonstrated blood groups?Answer: Karl Landsteiner
  40. Who demonstrated Rh factor?Answer: Karl Landsteiner
  41. Blood group which is called Universal donor?Answer: O
  42. Blood group which is called Universal recipient?Answer: AB
  43. Blood group is most common among the Asians?Answer: B

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

Everybody should know the basic functioning of Human Body and its main parts in order to express and explain their ailment to the Doctor and at the same time one should be able to understand the diagnosis expressed by the Doctor in the medical terminology. For easy recognition of the Compounded Words used in the Medical Terminology for naming the disease, Suffixes are added to Prefixes. For this hereunder giving you a few such prefixes for your ready reference and understanding.

Prefix - Meaning

  1. Adeno - Glandular
  2. An - Not
  3. Anti - Against
  4. Aorto - Aorta
  5. Artho - joint
  6. Bleph - Eyelid
  7. Broncho - Bronchi
  8. Cardio - Heart
  9. Cephal - Head
  10. Cerebro - Brain
  11. Cervico - Cervix
  12. Cholecysto - Gall Bladder
  13. Coli - Bowel
  14. Colpo - Vagina
  15. Entero - Intestine
  16. Gastro - Stomach
  17. Glosso - Tongue
  18. Haema - Blood
  19. Hepa - Liver
  20. Hystero - Uterus
  21. Laryngo - Larynx
  22. Leuco - White
  23. Metro - Uterus
  24. Myelo - Spinal cord
  25. Myo - Muscle
  26. Nephro - Kidney
  27. Neuro - Nerve
  28. Odonto - Tooth
  29. Orchido - Testis
  30. Osteo - Bone
  31. Oto - Ear
  32. Pharyngo - Pharynx
  33. Pio - Pus
  34. Pneumo - Lung
  35. Ren - Kidney
  36. Rhin - Nose
  37. Spleno - Spleen
  38. Thyro - Thyroid Gland
  39. Urethro - Urethra
  40. Vesico – Bladder

Here are the suffixes used in Medical terminology. Check out!Suffix - Meaning

  1. -aemia: Blood
  2. -algia: Pain
  3. -derm: skin
  4. -dynia: pain
  5. -ectomy: removal
  6. -Itis: inflammation
  7. -lithiasis: Presence of Stone
  8. -malacia: softening
  9. -oma: tumour
  10. -opia: eye
  11. -osis: Condition,excess
  12. -otomy: incision of
  13. -phobia: fear
  14. -plasty: surgery
  15. -plegia: peralysis
  16. -ptosis: falling
  17. -rhoea: excessive discharge
  18. -rhage: to burst forth
  19. -rhythmia: rhythm.
  20. -stasis: stoppage of movement
  21. -sthenia: weakness
  22. -stomy: outlet
  23. -tomy: removal
  24. -trophy: nourishment
  25. -uria: urine

Compounded Words - Meaning

  1. Anaemia - Deficiency of haemoglobin in the blood
  2. Analgesic - Medicine which alleviates pain
  3. Arthralgia - Pain in a joint
  4. Cephalalgia - Headache
  5. Nephralgia - Pain in the kidney
  6. Neuralgia - Nerve pain
  7. Myalgia - Muscle pain
  8. Otalgia - Ear ache
  9. Gastralgia - Pain in the stomach
  10. Pyoderma - Skin infection with pus formation
  11. Leucoderma -Defective skin pigmentaion
  12. Hysterodynia - Pain in the uterus
  13. Hysterectomy - Excision of the uterus
  14. Nephrectomy - Excision of a kidney
  15. Adenectomy - Excision of a gland
  16. Cholecystectomy - Excision of gall bladder
  17. Thyroidectomy - Excision of thyroid gland
  18. Arthritis - Inflammation of a joint
  19. Bronchitis - Inflammation of the bronchi
  20. Carditis - Inflammation of the heart
  21. Cervicitis - Inflammation of the cervix
  22. Colitis - Inflammation of the colon
  23. Colpitis - Inflammation of the vagina
  24. Cystitis - Inflammation of the urinary bladder
  25. Enteritis - Inflammation of the intestines
  26. Gastritis - Inflammation of the stomach
  27. Glossitis - Inflammation of the tongue
  28. Hepatitis - Inflammation of the liver
  29. Laryngitis - Inflammation of the larynx
  30. Metritis - Inflammation of the uterus
  31. Myelitis - Inflammation of the spinal cord
  32. Nephritis - Inflammation of the kidney
  33. Pharyngitis - Inflammation of the pharynx
  34. Blepharitis -Inflammation of the eyelids
  35. Cholelithiasis - Stone in the gall bladder
  36. Nephrolithiasis - Stone in the kidney
  37. Osteomalacia - Softening of bones through deficiency of calcium or D vitamin
  38. Adenoma -Benign tumour of glandular tissue
  39. Myoma - Tumour of muscle
  40. Diplopia - Double vision
  41. Thrombosis - Formation of a blood clot
  42. Pyloromyotomy - Incision of pyloric sphincter muscle
  43. Hedrophobia - Fear of water(Rabies in humans)
  44. Neuroplasty- Surgical repair of nerves
  45. Pyloraplasty -Incision of plastic pylorus to widen passage
  46. Hemiplegia - Paralysis of one side of the body
  47. Nephroptosis - Downward displacement of the kidney
  48. Amenorrhoea - Absence of menstrual discharge
  49. Dysmenorrhoea - Painful menstruation
  50. Leucorrhoea - Whitish vaginal discharge
  51. Menorrhoea - Menstrual bleeding
  52. Haemorrhage- Escape of blood from a vessel
  53. Arrhythmia -Any deviation of normal rhythm of heart
  54. Cholestasis - Diminution in the flow of bile
  55. Haemostatis - Arrest of bleeding
  56. Neurasthenia - Nervous debility
  57. Cystostomy - Surgical opening made into the bladder
  58. Cystotomy - Incision into the urinary bladder
  59. Hypertrophy - Increase in the size of tissues
  60. Haematuria - Blood in the urine
  61. Glycosuria - Presence of sugar in the urine
  62. Albuminuria - Presence of albumin in the urine

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