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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Medical Terminology New Words

This post is the continuation of Medical Terminology Course post prior.

1.  dys- painful (or) difficulty

2.  -genesis - condition of producing or forming

3.  exo- - outside

4.  -odynia - painful

5.  -lysis - breakdown

6.  -a - without

7.  -oma - tumor or mass

8.  histo- - pertaining to tissue

9.  -plasty - denoting plastic surgery

10.  -genic - produced by

In the next post, we will see the completion part of this post. Ok.

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Sunday, July 12, 2015

Medical Terminology Course

This is the continuation of medical terminology lesson prior to this post. Now, we will see more important medical terms used in medial transcription field.

1. Mono - One or single

2.  Poly- - More than one

3.  Hema- - Pertaining to blood

4.  Intra- - Within

5.  Hyper- - Above excessive

6. Nephro- - Pertaining to kidneys

7.  -opsy - To view

8.  Ichthyo- - Pertaining to fish

9.  -ectomy - Excisin of part or all of an organ

10.  Myelo- - Pertaining to spinal cord

11.  -plexy - A stroke or seizure

12.  Myo- - Pertaining to muscle

13.  Neo- - New

14.  Infra- - Situated below or beneath

15.  Pseudo- - False

In the next post, we will learn more medial terminology suffixes and prefixes. Okay.

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Monday, June 22, 2015

Medical Transcription Training

In this post, we will study about some important suffixes and prefixes we are going to use in the medical transcription field on a day-to-day basis.

1.  -tomy - cutting or incision

2.  -graphy - process or recording or process of writing

3.  -oligo - deficient or scanty

4.  -logy - study of 

5.  super- - above or excessive

6.  inter- - between

7.  -uria - pertaining to urine

8.  -pathy - disease

9.  post- - after

10.  -plasia - development or formation

11.  -algia - denoting a painful condition

12.  -osis - a condition usually abnormal

13.  -rrhea - pertaining to discharge (blood)

14.  meno- - pertaining to menses

15.  crypto- - concealed or hidden


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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Medical School Degrees

This post is the continuation of Medical Professional Degrees.

1.  HCFA - Health Care Financing Administration

2.  HIMSS - Health Care Information and Management Society

3.  JCAHO - Joint Commision on Accreditation of Healthcare Organization

4.  CMA-A - Certified Medical Assistant - Admn.

5.  LPN/LVN - Licensed Practical Nurse/Licensed Vocational Nurse

6.  RPT - Registered Practical Therapist

7.  MA - Master of Arts

8.  BA - Bachelor of Arts

9.  MBA - Master of Business Administration

10.  MSW - Master of Social Work

11.  MD - Medicinae Doctor, Doctor of Medicine

12.  MPA - Master of Public Admn.

13.  ADA - American Dental Assocation

In the next lesson, we will learn about important suffixes and prefixes used in medical transcripton. Okay.

Monday, May 18, 2015

Medical Professional Degrees


In this post, we will know about important professional degree courses in medical profession. As a medical transcription learner, you should know about this, in general.

1. BS - Bachelor of Surgery

2.  AAMA - American Association for Medical Assistant

3.  RRA - Registered Record Administrator

4.  PA - Physician Assistant

5.  AHIMA - American Health Information Management Association

6.  AMA - American Medical Association

7.   AS - Associate of Science

8.  RN - Registered Nurse

9.  ART - Accredited Record Technician

10.  MAT - Master of Arts and Teaching

11.  BFA - Bachelor of Fine Arts

12.  AAMT - American Association of Medical Transcription

13.  BSN - Bachelor of Science and Nursing

14.  CMA - Certified Medical Assistant - Clinical

15.  CMT - Certified Medical Transcriptionist

The next lesson will continue the same post.

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Sunday, April 19, 2015

Units Used in Medical Transcription

1.  n.p.o. - nil per os - nothing by mouth

2. o.d. - omni die - every day

3. oz - ounces

4. pg - picogram

5. p.m. - post meridium - afternoon

6. p.r.n. - pro re nata - when necessary

7. q. - every

8. q.a.m. - every morning

9. q.h.s. - every night

10. q.i.d. - quarter in die - four times a day

11. q.a.m. - every morning

12. q.o.d. - every other day

13. q.6h. - every 6 hours

14. q.8h. - every 8 hours

15. S - sinister - left

16. SL - sublingual

17.  t.i.d. - ter in die - three times a day

18. U - unit

In th next lesson, we will learn about MEDICAL DEGREES.

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Saturday, April 4, 2015

Unit Measurement Symbols Used in Medical Transcription

1. mCi - millicurie

2. Mci - megacurie

3. mEq - milli equivalent

4. mEq/L - milli equivalent per litre

5.  mg - milligram

6.  mg/cc - milligram per cubic centimeter

7.  mIu - milli international units

8.  mL - milli litre

9.  mg/kg - milligram per kilogram

10.  mm - millimetre

11.  mmHg - milli metres of mercury

12.  mmol - millimole

13.  mOsm - milli osmol

14.  MU - micro units

15.  ng - nanogram

The next lesson will be the continuation of this post.

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Medical Transcription Abbreviations

1. gm - gram

2. hr. - hora - hour

3. h.s. - hora somni - at bed time

4. IM - intramusuclar

5. IU -  international unit

6. IV - intravenous

7.  J - Joule

8.  K - Kelvin

9.  kg - kilogram

10. km - kilometer

11. L - litre

12. lb. - pound

13. M - metre

14. MA - milli ampere

15. mcg - microgram

Next lesson will continue the same topic.

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Thursday, March 19, 2015

Important Abbreviations Used in Medical Transcription

1. a.c. - ante cebum - before meals

2. ad lib. - ad libitum - at pleasure

3. a.m. - ante meridium - morning

4. b.i.d. - bis in die - twice daily

5. C - Celsius

6.  cc - cubic centimeter 

7.  cm - centimeter

8.  cm3 - cubic centimeter

9. d - die

10. dL - deci litre

11.  Eu - Ehrlich Units

12. F - Faraday

13. fL - femtoliter

14.  Ft. - feet

15. g - gram

Next lesson will be the continuation of this part.

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Monday, March 9, 2015

Soon New Lessons will be updated...!!

Due to some personal works and other activities, I could not update lessons for the last few months. Soon, from this week, new lessons will be updated frequently.

Thanks you for all your support for my blog in the last 7 years.


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