Student Nurse..... yeah................

Alfred.

elops:

A normal ECG on top, and an ECG of a patient with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome and atrial fibrillation below.

I couldn’t not share this.

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totheinternetandbeyond:

wecanbreatheinouterspace:

totheinternetandbeyond:

I lost the cap to a soda bottle

Then you’re fucking stupid. If you can’t drink a soda without a cap, then you’re fucking stupid. 

LISTEN HERE YOU LITTLE SHIT. I COULDN’T FIND THE CAP TO AN ALMOST FULL 2 LITER BOTTLE OF DIET COKE. I WASN’T ABOUT TO DRINK THE WHOLE GOD DAMN THING ON THE SPOT. I DONT EVEN LIKE DIET COKE THAT MUCH. IF I PUT IT IN THE FRIDGE IN THE BOTTLE IT WOULD HAVE GONE FLAT SO DONT FUCKING CALL ME STUPID I AM THE FUTURE

she must be fiipino O.O

totheinternetandbeyond:

wecanbreatheinouterspace:

totheinternetandbeyond:

I lost the cap to a soda bottle

Then you’re fucking stupid. If you can’t drink a soda without a cap, then you’re fucking stupid. 

LISTEN HERE YOU LITTLE SHIT. I COULDN’T FIND THE CAP TO AN ALMOST FULL 2 LITER BOTTLE OF DIET COKE. I WASN’T ABOUT TO DRINK THE WHOLE GOD DAMN THING ON THE SPOT. I DONT EVEN LIKE DIET COKE THAT MUCH. IF I PUT IT IN THE FRIDGE IN THE BOTTLE IT WOULD HAVE GONE FLAT SO DONT FUCKING CALL ME STUPID I AM THE FUTURE

she must be fiipino O.O

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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 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

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

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friku:

where the fuck has this been all my life?????????

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timothydelaghetto:

owl-vortex:

10 things our kids will never understand…

Wow… this shit hit me EXTRA hard cuz Greenday’s Dookie (The CD booklet pictured) is the first CD I purchased with my own money from the store, and I remember reading that exact page to learn those lyrics. fuuuuuhhh lol

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