EEG EF Ejection Fraction in reference to ventricular

Eeg ef ejection fraction in reference to ventricular

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EEG - ElectroencephalogramEF - Ejection Fraction (in reference to ventricular function)EGD - Esophago-Gastro DuodenoscopyEIC - Epidermal Inclusion CystEJ - External JugularEKG - Electrocardiogram (also known as ECG)EM - Electron MicroscopyEMG - ElectromyelogramEMS - Emergency Medical SystemEMT - Emergency Medical TechnicianE/O - Evidence OfEOMI - Extra Ocular Muscles IntactEos - EosinophilsEPO - ErythropoeitinEPS - Electro-Physiologic StudyER - External Rotation; also Emergency RoomERCP - Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio-Pancreotography
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ES - Epidural SteroidsESI - Epidural Steroid InjectionESLD - End Stage Liver DiseaseESR - Erythrocyte Sedimentation RateESRD - End Stage Renal DiseaseESWL - Extracorporeal Shock Wave LithotripsyETOH - AlcoholETT - Exercise Tolerance Test; also Endotracheal TubeEWCL - Extended Wear Contact LensEX LAP - Exploratory LaparotomyEX FIX - External FixationEXT - ExtremitiesFB - Foreign BodyF/B - Followed ByFBS - Fasting Blood SugarFE - IronFEM - FemoralFENA - Fractional Excretion of SodiumFEV1 - Forced Expiratory Volume 1 SecondFFP - Fresh Frozen PlasmaFlex Sig - Flexible SigmoidoscopyFLU - InfluenzaFMG - Foreign Medical GraduateF&N - Febrile and NeutropenicFNA - Fine Needle AspirationFOOSH - Fall On Outstretched HandFOS- Full of Stool; Force Of StreamFP - Family PractitionerFRC - Functional Residual CapacityFSG - Finger Stick GlucoseFSH - Follicle Stimulating HormoneFTT - Failure To ThriveF/U - Follow-UpFUO - Fever of Unknown OriginFX - FractureG - Guiac (followed by + or -)GA - General AnesthesiaGAD - Generalized Anxiety DisorderGAS - Group A Strep; Guaiac All StoolsGB - Gall Bladder; also Guillain BarreGBM - Glioblastoma MultiformeGBS- Group B StrepGC - GonorrheaGCS - Glascow Coma Scale
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GCSF - Granulocyte Colony Stimulating FactorGERD - Gastroesophageal RefluxGERI- GeriatricsGET - General EndotrachealGI - GastrointestinalGIB - Gastrointestinal BleedingGLC - GlaucomaGMR - Gallups, Murmurs, RubsGN - GlomerulonephritisGNR - Gram Negative RodGOO - Gastric Outlet ObstructionGP - General PractitionerG#P# - Gravida # Para #GP 2b/3a - Glycoprotein 2b/3a InhibitorGPC - Gram Positive CoccusGS - Gram StainGSW - Gun Shot WoundGTT - Glucose Tolerance TestG-Tube - Gastric Feeding TubeGU - Genito-Urinary; also Gastric UlcerGVHD - Graft Versus Host DiseaseH FLU - Haemophilus InfluenzaHA - HeadacheHAART - Highly Active Anti-Retroviral TherapyHACE - High Altitude Cerebral EdemaHAPE - High Altitude Pulmonary EdemaH2 - Histamine 2HCC - Hepatocellular CarcinomaHCG - Human Chorionic GonadotropinHCL - Hard Contact LensHCM - Health Care MaintenanceHCT - HematocritHCV - Hepatitis C VirusHD - HemodialysisHDL - High Density LipoproteinHEENT - Head, Ears, Eyes, Nose, ThroatHELLP - Hemolysis Elevated Liver tests Low PlateletsHEME/ONC - Hematology/OncologyHGB - HemoglobinHH - Hiatal HerniaH&H - Hemoglobin and HematocritHI - Homicidal IdeationHIB - Haemophilus Influenza B vaccineHIT - Heparin Induced ThrombocytopeniaHIV - Human Immunodeficiency Virus
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HL - Heparin LockHOB - Head Of BedHOCM - Hypertrophic Obstructive CardiomyopathyHOH - Hard Of Hearing
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