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Medical Terminology and Rx List

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MEDICAL TERMS/RX LIST
A
Abilify
abuse BAOUS
Actos
acetominophen SMIN
acromioclavicular KROM
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder L-RG
ADHD
attention deficit disorder
ADD
Adderall
Advair
AIDS AIDS*
alcohol KHOL
allergy
alprazolam
Alzheimer’s ALZ*
Alzheimer’s Disease ALDZ*
ambulance BLANS
amlodipine besylate
amobarbital
Amoxicillin MOX*
amphetamine
Amytal
anatomic AONT
anatomy AOMT
anesthesia AENS*
anesthesiologist AENTS*
anesthesiology AENG*
anesthetic
angina
anterior AOR
antibiotic AEB*
antibiotics AEBS*
antihistamine
anti-inflammatory AEF*
anxiety XPAIET
arthritis ARJTS
arthroscopic THROK
arthroscopy THROP
asthma SMA*
Ativan
autism
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Azithromycin
B
barbiturates
benzodiazepine
biopsy BIPS
blood pressure BLAOP
blood test BLAOT
blood vessel BLAOFL
board certification B-RGS*
board certified B-RD
brachial plexus BRAIP
bronchi
bronchus
C
cancer SKER*
cardio
cardiovascular K-F* S-L
cervical SERL
cervical spine SERP
chiropractic KPRK
chiropractor KPRAK
chlamydia
chronic
chronic fatigue syndrome
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
clonazepam
cocaine KOIK*
COPD KOPD*
colonoscopy SKLOP*
Concerta
coronary artery disease
Crestor
D
degenerative D-J
degenerative disk D-D
degenerative disk disease D-DZ
Demerol
depressant(s) SDPRENT(S)
depression DPREGS
Dexedrine
Dextrostat
dextroamphetamine
diabetes DBAOETS
diazepam
disease SDAOEZ
do you have an opinion DOUFP
E
Eczema
Emphysema
Endocet
epilepsy PLEPS
Epinepherine
Epi-Pen
Epogen
exacertbate KPAERBT
exacerbated KPAERBTD
exam KPAM
examination KP-GS
exercise KPERZ
F
family doctor FOKT
family physician FAZ
Fentanyl
fibromyalgia FI*
flu FLU*
forensic FRIK
G
gastro GRO*
gastroenterologist GROLGS*
gastroenterology GROLG*
gastritis
gastrointestinal
Gluciophage
H
headache HAIK
heart attack HARKT
heart disease
hemorrhage H-J
human immunodeficiency virus HIV*/HIV*
HIV HIV*
Hydrocodone
Hydromorphine
I
IME IM*/IM*
infection NFBGS*
infectious disease FEDZ
injection JEBGS*
insulin SLIN*
intestine
ischemic SK*K
ischemic heart disease SK*KDZ
J
K
Klonopin
L
levalbuterol
levothyroxine sodium
Lipitor
Lisinopril
Lorcet
Lortab
M
marijuana MAIRJ*
medical treatment MEMT
medication MEBGS*
mental health MELT*
meperidine
metformin
methadone
Methadose
morphine
MRI MRI
musculoskeletal M-FK
myo-
myobacterium
N
Naprosyn
negative NEF
Nembutal
Nexium
neuropathy NAOURP
Norvasc
nursing home NOEM*
O
occupational therapist OURPS*
omeprazole
operate PRAIT
operation PRAIGS
operating room PRAOM
opiate(s)
opioid
orthopedic ORP
orthopedist ORPS*
Oxycodone
OxyContin
P
pain and suffering PUFRG
Percocet
pentobarbital
peripheral PRIFRL
phenobarbital
physical therapist FAERPS*
physical therapy FAERP
plastic surgeon PLURN
Plavix
posterior PRAOR
positive POF
prednisone PRIPGS
prescription
Prilosec P-RK
primary care PRKS*
primary care physician
Prinivil SOERKT
psoriasis
psoriatic RAB
psychology SKOLG
psychologist SKOLGS*
psychyatry SKRIK
psychiatrist SKRIS*
Q
R
rehab
rehabilitation RABLGS
respiratory arrest RAS*
rheumatoid arthritis RITS*
Ritalin STIS*
Roxicet
S
scientist STIS*
Seroquel
simvastatin
sternoclavicular STAURN
Suboxone
superior SPRAOR
Symbicort
symptoms and complaints SAUK
Synthroid STHROID*
T
TBI TIB*
therapy THAERP
therapist THAERPS*
thyroid THROID*
Toradol
traumatic brain injury TIB*/TIB
treatment TRAOEMT
Tylenol TLOL*
U
urology URLG
urologist URLGS*
V
Valium
Voltaren
W
within normal limits WNLTS*
X
Xanax KPAX*
X-ray KPRAI
Y
Z
Zestril
Zocor
Zithromax ZAX*
Z-Pak

 

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