sig str acc meaning
MD – medical doctor [clarification needed] The numbers 1 - 3 (I, II, III), usually written as upper-case Roman numerals, often have the appearance of a capital "T" or a series of capital "T's" with a dot above each "T." They are also sometimes written as lower-case Roman numerals (i, ii, iii). RPT – registered physical therapist E FAAOMPT – Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists SBQC – small base quad cane OT – occupational therapist/therapy CSCS – Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Punch to Head At Distance. NDT – Neuro-developmental Treatment Certified Referee: SW – standard walker Ex – exercise Intuitive, sentimental, compassionate and protective, Dramatic, outgoing, fiery and self-assured, Social, fair-minded, diplomatic and gracious, Passionate, stubborn, resourceful and brave, Extroverted, optimistic, funny and generous, Serious, independent, disciplined and tenacious, Deep, imaginative, original and uncompromising, Affectionate, empathetic, wise and artistic, Your Chinese Sign Profile Mm – muscle  There are 12 zodiac signs, and each sign has its own strengths and weaknesses, its own specific traits, desires and attitude towards life and people.By analyzing the projection of the position of planets, and the Sun and the Moon on the Ecliptic at the moment of birth. CYT – Certified Yoga Therapist Pro – pronation RT – respiratory therapist/therapy HKAFO – hip-knee-ankle foot orthosis PUW – pick-up walker EV – eversion ‘b’ for Blood A LMP – Licensed Massage Practitioner SCS – Sports Certified Specialist * HHP – Holistic Health Practitioner AC – acromioclavicular HP – hot pack DPT – doctor of physical therapy MFR – myofascial release TENS – transcutaneous electrical neuromuscular stimulation ER – external rotation every other hour (every second hour; at alternate hours), ambiguous (2 meanings, easily conflated); spell out, mistaken for "IM", meaning intramuscular, or "IV", meaning intravenously, mistaken for other abbreviations; spell out, mistaken for "IV" or "10", spell out "international unit", Recommended replacement for "μg" which may be confused with "mg", may be confused with "MSO4", spell out "magnesium sulfate", can mean either morphine sulfate or magnesium sulfate, spell out either, may be confused with "MgSO4", spell out "morphine sulfate", every day (once daily) (preferred to "qd" in the UK, "o" can be mistaken as an "a" which could read "a.d.", meaning right ear, confusion with "omni die", "o" can be mistaken as an "a" which could read "a.s.", meaning left ear, "o" can be mistaken as an "a" which could read "a.u. c (with a line over it) – with FIM – functional independence level (also called FIM score) OKC – open kinetic chain This is a list of abbreviations used in medical prescriptions, including hospital orders (the patient-directed part of which is referred to as sig codes). Pfin – paraffin bath ACDF – anterior cervical discectomy and fusion AICD – automated implantable cardiac defibrillator ADV - Windshield wiper pressure control. WCC® – Wound Care Certified COTA – certified occupational therapy assistant – Shift Solenoid 1, 2, etc. CPHRM – Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management C/O – complains of PLIF – posterior lumbar interbody fusion Amb – ambulation mistaken for "QD," spell out "every other day". Pt – patient ITB – iliotibial band PTA – physical therapist assistant DPT – doctor of physical therapy CPT – Certified Personal Trainer TLSO – thoracic lumbar sacral orthosis CLT – Certified Lymphedema Therapist A/P – anterior/posterior SC – straight cane Rx – treatment FCE – Functional Capacity Evaluator PCS – Pediatric Certified Specialist * Q The American Journal of Pharmacy Benefits.