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Medical abbreviations and acronyms. There are many more medical acronyms and abbreviations than what’s listed below. But unless you’re planning to become a doctor or another type of provider, this condensed lineup should get you up to speed. 36.

BMI: Body mass index, a measure of body fat based on height and weight. 37. BP: Blood pressure.

38. 10 Medical and Billing Acronyms You Should Know. By Karen Smiley. This data is then used to track physician performance, reimbursements, public health, disease tracking, and so on. As a coder, accurate and thorough documentation are essential to maintain correct coding. ICD‐10 implementation has been a driving force for improvement of.

Health Insurance Acronyms for Small Businesses. Check out this list of health insurance acronyms that you need to know: ACA (Affordable Care Act) This federal law instituted the employer mandate. It requires companies with at least 50 or more full-time and full-time equivalent employees to provide affordable health coverage or pay a penalty.

17. AEAP – As Early As Possible. 18.

ALAP – As Late As Possible. 19. ASL – Age/Sex/Location.

20. AWGTHTGTTA – Are We Going To Have To Go Through This Again. 21. banana – code word for penis. 22.

B4YKI – Before You Know It. 23. BRB – Be Right Back. 24. BRT – Be Right There.

25. CD9 – Code 9 – it means parents are around. 26. 31 Common Acronyms You’d Never Figure Out Reader’s Digest Editors Updated: Apr.

05, 2018 IKEA, TIME, and TASER had us scratching our heads when we tried to. If you see someone posting a funny image of a cat lounging with sunglasses and something like “TFW you’re off of work for a long weekend,” know that it’s one of the funny text acronyms. So we’re here to help you learn 33 acronyms floating around.

Behold, the DoMA (Dictionary Of Modern Abbreviations): Note: One major difference between the out-of-style acronyms of 10 years ago and the new, hip ones is that acronyms are no longer always used in place of the words they stand for. These 20 Abbreviations are used almost all the time in our everyday life, but many of us do not know (or bother) what they are in full form. Let’s track your score and see how many of these 20 abbreviations you knew what they stand for. 1) A.M/P.M A.M &. It proves you exist, and so, therefore, by your own arguments, you don’t.

QED.’ ‘Oh dear,’ says God, ‘I hadn’t thought of that,’ and promptly vanishes in a puff of logic.” Brief wrap-up on an Abbrev. We use a lot of contractions, abbreviations, and acronyms without. If you work in any sort of formal healthcare setting like a hospital, urgent care site, or family practice, EHR (Electronic Health Record) is probably one of the more important healthcare acronyms that you’ll hear.

EHRs are real-time, patient-centered records that make information available instantly and securely to authorized users.

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Then I list the top ten need-to-know acronyms you’ll hear, see, or use every day.

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Most of these are easy to discount because they are acronyms.

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I am quite serious about this list as this forms the essence of your wellness.

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“Do Not Use” list for hazardous abbreviations

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Facts about the official “Do Not Use” list of abbreviations.

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I’ve been jotting down acronyms as I learn them, but I don’t have an official list.

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7 Define, pronounce, and spell behavioral health terms.

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Breastfeeding Network (BFN) (2013) Smoking, Smoking Cessation and Breastfeeding, Paisley: BFN.

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We Trim Healthy Mamas love to shorten everything to acronyms.

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In this confusing world of food acronyms, it is the one most worth remembering.

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  • Hi Adam, How are you doing? Nice greeting you, my name’s Fredy, I was watching your video and listening to your lesson and you said that ” to read up (on) and to study up (on) ” basically mean the same but I can see a slight difference ; when you read up on something, you just read but when you study up on something, you’re not only reading, you’re analyzing too and getting knowledge about something, well Adam that’s my point of view or my opinion but if I’m wrong, please Adam clear it up for me by explaining, thanks in advance, by the way I’m from Guatemala, I’ll be waiting for your response and thank you once again, for paying attention to me bye.

  • Thanks Adam.
    A splendid lecture.
    But I wanna make two suggestions –
    1. You could have write “catch” twice. Once for each phrasal verb.
    2. You need to work a lot on your presentation. Proper spacing and numbering are the must.

  • Why are they so dumb? The words, which an acronym stands for is important or else the acronym won’t make any sense. Generation Z ����‍♂️

  • You 4got:#1.W.F.C.=Who f★.Cares, #2.IDGS= I dont give a sh¿t,#3.SMD=Suck My Di¿k,#4.KMD=Kiss My A$s, #5:S.O.B.=Son of a b/tch,a.s.o…….

  • Another episode of “Lose your Brain Cells”

    I lost my shit when they still talk highly like what they don’t know is irrelevant and should not be given any shit of at all.

  • Bisexual over here! Just came out to my grandmother and can’t stop crying. She said I’m her grand daughter and always will be. She loves me for me and that won’t ever change whether I’m trans, lesbian, bisexual, it doesn’t matter. Then she got me a pride flag. I literally love my family.
    Edit: Ok. Nvm bout wut I said before. I no longer like my family. Came out to mom, she does not approve.

  • Hellow mr Adam
    It is nice of you to tell us how can we understand very fast speech or reduced expressions especially in non educational situation

  • Somehow, Americans love acronyms, to the point that spelling the acronym takes more time than simply saying the first word. Oh, and the University names! Everyone uses the acronym of their school as if it is universally known.

  • Thank you Teacher, i really enjoy your vídeos they’ re very useful i have learned a lot from you, thank you for the time you take to do them god bless you.

  • Very good class, but he missed one point that is annoying for learners, if prepositions come after some of these verbs or if no prepostion comes.

  • And is it right that “make up” also can mean, for example, to make up an excuse, why I did not show up at a lesson? In other words to think of and tell true or whether it is not, then not true reason of my abscence.

  • Hi teacher! your lesson was so easy to digest, I caught on everything you said but I hope that everyone here has picked everything up either. the next time I will deeply consider reading up on other phrasal verbs related to education to catch up each and every phrasal verbs-related education that I missed so far.

  • Y’all chill�� I only knew SUV, UFO, FAQ guessed on AOL and got it right. And heard what ATM stood for but forgot. And im FAR past my teen years.
    Are they teaching these in school? Are you going out every day or so saying the whole name or just the acronym? Does anybody actually think and care enough to google “what does….am/pm stand for?” (Or any others)
    Grab your hoarded toilet paper and wipe those tears.

  • -SPICYMAN33-

    This took a long time to make.
    Also, what’s up with g, y and s?!

  • Hello, Adam. When I was a student many years ago, we were taught and I still remember and teach my students that “an acronym is a word made up from the first letters of the name and is read as a word. For example NATO [NEITOU] is an acronym for the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. While an abbreviation is a short form of a word. For example ‘Dr’ is the written abbreviation of the word ‘Doctor’. The difference is that abbreviations are pronounced as separate letters but acronyms as whole words.

  • I wasn’t definitely sure whether I need this, till Adam said he uses to ask his friends what their ETAs are.:D This idea is really awesome… and funny (twice as funny, ’cause Adam was absolutely serious)… I can’t explain, but I really liked it.

  • you r superb and giving information being so worthwhile on the subject being talked about teacher for sure.
    I love the way you teach and your teaching skills into English along with your braving styles are so marvelous for sure
    whenever I watch you,a great knowledge comes to me.
    the best teacher in YouTube ☺️

  • Smart students who pick up things rapidly can easily read up on the the missed lessons or at least go through them to make up for the lost time and catch up with their classmates. Does it work this way?

  • Most of these aren’t even acronyms. And acronym is when you can say the abbreviated phrase as a word. An initialism is when you can’t say the phrase as a word.

    C.I.A. = initialism

    NASA = acronym

  • I straight want to punch every one of these kids in the face for not just being stupid and having basic knowledge of this, but for being lazy and entitled!

  • hello tacher i follow you in your videos i make a cuestion my listen its very bad but i don’t have with who practic what i should do??

  • It is so nice
    I got usefulness of it

    Thanks a lot could please join to my channel to support me I need you in my channel if you never mind all of you or any volunteer welcome to my channel

  • For those of you wondering what polysexual means, and think that it’s a similar definition as pansexual, here is a simpler definition

    Polysexual is being attracted to many genders, but not all genders. Example: “oh I’m attracted to everyone except males and gender fluid people”

  • NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GreenTree! Your My Friend! We Had A Great Time (Speaking I,ve Been Here For 3 Episodes) Bye. (Ends Off Crying)

  • New generations are not going to grow up knowing what acronyms are and instead create a language that consists of word no bigger than 5 letters�� is my prediction


  • Its fine that they didnt know any of them but their defense was so bad ���� I was just losing braincells listening to their excuses on why they didnt know it ��

  • Thank you for this useful and smooth lesson. By the way, in US system, the acronym CPA stands for: Certified Public Accountant. In this video, it read: Chartered.

  • Wonderful teacher.
    I don’t know whether my English listening skill is getting better but I’ve managed to catch every single word clearly, even without subtitles. Thank you Adam.
    Vladimir from Moscow, Russia.

  • When I watch movies about school life and hear a phrasal verbs, I almost always can predict its meaning. Thanks for the lesson, it was helpful!

  • I’m straight and this is really confusing to me, but I’ll support anyone no matter their sexuality, gender, race, religion, beliefs, etc. ☺️✨❤️

  • This is really sad. Not about not knowing, but the “random letters” comment was really disturbing. And to top it, most didn’t know what the words meant. Did you deliberately select the less intelligent teens?

  • Before you teach to the masses you, You have the DUTY to LEARN, INVESTIGATE, DO RESEARCH. RSVP Is the abbreviation that existed over 100 years and it comes from the French language. for Repondre sil vous plait, translation “please respond”

  • Great lesson…
    The best part of your videos is that you start the main lesson without killing time of viewers…your style of teaching is simple but highly approachable to our minds..

    Thank you.

  • Mom:so i just learn about the sexuality
    …wut urs?
    Me:u know demisexual?
    Me:well then im straight-
    (and why did my name change into hacker hack? Wtf-)

  • So i am asexuell
    I just found out about it a few weeks ago and i just want to know the flag of it
    Now i know i guess?
    Never mind thanks for this video