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  1. Sebum
  2. Anti-inflammatory
  3. Parenteral
  4. Antitussive
  5. Dermat/o, dermato-
  6. Analgesic
  7. Antipyretic
  8. Antibiotic
  9. gtt, gtts
  10. Vasodilator
  11. Melano
  12. Xero
  13. I & D
  14. Onycho
  15. Bronchodilator
  16. Diuretic
  17. Transdermal
  18. Antidote
  19. Buccal
  20. ss
  21. Antacid
  22. NPO, npo
  23. Antihistamine
  24. Abrasion
  25. Emulsion
  26. Sedative
  27. Laceration
  28. Hypnotic
  29. STAT, stat
  30. Antiemetic
  31. Anticoagulant
  32. Ampule
  33. prn, PRN
  34. hs
  35. qid, QID
  36. Urticaria
  37. Sublingual
  38. Vial
  39. Abscess
  40. Ungu/o
  41. GR
  42. ac
  43. SOAP
  44. Elixir
  45. ad lid
  46. Mydriatic
  47. Non rep
  48. bid,BID
  49. Antianxiety
  50. pc
  51. HIPAA
  52. Topical
  53. tid, TID
  54. qh
  55. Vasoconstrictor
  1. a A small glass/plastic tube that contains multiple doses of medication
  2. b Neutralizes acidity
  3. c Four times a day
  4. d Health insurance Portability &accountability Act
  5. e Pertaining to nails
  6. f Prevents or delays blood clotting (Coumadin/warfarin)
  7. g Torn or jagged wound
  8. h Inhibits growth of bacteria or kills the bacteria
  9. i Nail
  10. j Produces sleep
  11. k Sweetened liquid medicine
  12. l A liquid preparation which mixes fine droplets of oil in water
  13. m The mouth, oral cavity
  14. n Drug that reduces fever
  15. o Every hour
  16. p Medication administered on top of the skin
  17. q Increases the excretion of urine
  18. r Hour of sleep, at bedtime
  19. s Grain
  20. t Produces calming effect without causing sleep
  21. u One-half
  22. v A small glass container that has single dose of medication
  23. w Twice a day
  24. x Black
  25. y Dilates the blood vessels
  26. z Hives
  27. aa Dilates the bronchi
  28. ab Narrows or constrict the blood vessels
  29. ac Under the tongue
  30. ad Dry
  31. ae Three times a day
  32. af After meals
  33. ag Relieves anxiety
  34. ah Superficial injury, scraping away of the skin
  35. ai Subjective, Objective, Assessment, Plan
  36. aj Drug that relieves cough
  37. ak Through the skin
  38. al Collection of pus
  39. am Relieves allergies
  40. an Other than by mouth
  41. ao Counteracts poisons
  42. ap Drop, drops
  43. aq Prevents vomiting (relieves nausea)
  44. ar Do not repeat
  45. as Pertaining to skin
  46. at Drug that relieves pain
  47. au Incision and drainage
  48. av Nothing by mouth, nothing by os
  49. aw Oil
  50. ax Dilates the pupils
  51. ay As desired, as much as needed
  52. az Before meals
  53. ba As needed
  54. bb Drugs that reduce inflammation
  55. bc Immediately