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Scribeamerica Training Basics

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1. Inside

2. Cerebrospinal fluid

3. Well-developed - well-nourished

4. Male gonads

5. Dorsal - or in back of

6. Antibiotic

7. Diabetic medication

8. Excessive thirst

9. Urine in the blood

10. Fallopian tubes and ovaries

11. Pain control/sedation

12. Ophthalmic medication

13. Test for blood type - compatibility with donor blood; reserves units of blood for the patient

14. Abdominal CT scan

15. Prothrombin time test ('INR test'); a coagulation test measuring how long it takes blood to clot and which checks for bleeding disorders or the efficacy of medications used to prevent blood clots; abnormal thrombin times are often caused by liver dis

16. Ophthalmic medication

17. Blood sugar

18. Prescription

19. Peripheral vascular disease

20. Catheter urinalysis

21. Antibiotic

22. Number of viable offspring born to a woman; ex: P1

23. By way of

24. Frontal - or in front of; 'Ant.'

25. A neurological exam in which an object is drawn up the sole of a patient's foot to test for damage to nerves in the corticospinal tract (which runs along both sides of the spinal cord up to the brain); upgoing toes is abnormal

26. Partial thromboplastin time; a coagulation test for certain clotting factors

27. Abortion; sAb or tAb

28. Peptic ulcer disease

29. Tenderness in the RUQ of the abdomen; may indicate cholecystitis (gallbladder inflammation)

30. A test for meningitis in which the supine patient raises their leg to a 90 degree angle - then attempts to extend the knee; if the patient cannot extend the knee beyond 135 degrees due to pain - the test is positive

31. Ophthalmic medication

32. Crackling or grating sound - usually of bones

33. Marijuana

34. Post; after

35. Narcotic

36. No acute distress

37. Normal bowel or breath sounds

38. Pre-ventricular contraction

39. Alert and oriented to (1) people (2) place (3) date

40. Topical anesthetics (lidocaine adrenaline tetracaine and lidocaine epinephrine tetracaine)

41. Last menstrual period

42. Inner ear inflammation

43. Ophthalmic anesthetic

44. Dizziness with a spinning sensation

45. Atrioventricular block (1st - 2nd - or 3rd degree heart block)

46. Normal

47. Test for blood type

48. Basic metabolic panel (part of the CMP); includes Na - Cl - K - CO2 - BUN - Creatine - Glucose; a measure of the body's electrolytes; often used to r/o hypoglycemia - dehydration - and electrolyte imbalances

49. Shortness of breath

50. Rule out