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Discussion in 'General Residency Issues' started by juddson, 04.11.05.

  1. juddson

    juddson 3K Member

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    Could somebody help me out with these abbreviations:

    Regarding cardiovascular system, what does RRR mean? What does the "nl" in "nl S1 S2" mean? What's "no M/R/G" mean?

    Regarding the lungs, what does "CTA Bilaterally" mean?

    Obviously just starting out. Any help appreciated.

    Judd
  2. Koko

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    RRR= regular rate & rhythm
    nl = normal
    M/R/G = murmurs/rubs/gallops
    CTAB = clear to auscultation bilaterally

    FA has lots of these if you want to check others.
  3. juddson

    juddson 3K Member

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    Hi,

    thanks
    Whats FA?

    judd
  4. daisygirl

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    The bible for step one studying (for most people).
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    Harrie Senior Member

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    FA=First Aid
  6. daisygirl

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    Ooops, I forgot to put that in my last post :oops:
  7. Koko

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    That was truly unintentional! :)

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