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Curso Intensivo de Inglês Médico


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Caso clínico: Management of Upper GI Bleeding

NYU Medicine Grand Rounds Video Archives 2013-2014:
Helene Strauss, M.D. Clinical Vignette
Management of Upper GI Bleeding

Acronyms and Abbreviations used during the presentation:

History of Present Illness:

yo: year old
EMS: Emergency Medical Services
yrs: years
ETOH: ethyl alcohol

Physical Examination:

T: Temperature
BP: Blood Pressure
HR: Heart Rate
RR: Respiratory Rate
2L NC: two liter nasal canula
RA: Room Air
Extr: extremities
HEENT: head, eyes, ears, nose, throat
CV: cardio vascular
AT: atrial flutter

Laboratory Findings:

CBC: complete blood count
WBC: white blood count
N: normal
Hgb: hemoglobin
Hct: hematocrit
BUN: blood urea nitrogen
AST: aspartate aminotransferase
ALT: alanine aminotransferase
Alk Phos: Alkaline Phosphatase
Bili: Bilirubin
Prot: Protein
Alb: Albumin
INR: International Normalized Ratio
PTT: prothrombin time
BNP: beta natriuretic peptide

Other Studies:

ECG/EKG: electrocardiogram
CT:computed tomography
PE: Pulmonary Embolism

Working on a differential diagnosis:

CHF: Congestive Heart Failure
vs: versus

Emergency Department Course:

ED: Emergency Department
IV: Intra Venous
BP: Blood Pressure
HR: Heart Rate
SQ: subcutaneous
ICU: Intensive Care Unit

Hospital Course:

IVF: intravenous fluids
BUN: blood urea nitrogen
TTE: transthoracic echocardiography
EF: ejection fraction
LV: left ventricle
RV: right ventricle
Chest CT with PE protocol
CT: computed tomography
PE: Pulmonary Embolism

Hospital Course Day 6:

PRBCs: packed red blood cells
GI: gastro intestinal
EGD: esophagogastroduodenoscopy

Hospital Course Day 7:

EGD: esophagogastroduodenoscopy
w/o: without
cc – cubic centimeter
PPI drip: proton pump inhibitor drip

Hospital Day 10 to 12:

H: pylory: Helicobacter pylori

Day 13:

IR: Interventional radiology

Day 14:

PO: per os (per mouth, orally)
BID: twice a day (bis in die)

HD#41 (Hospital Day number 41)

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10 dicas sobre estágios nos EUA

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Painel sobre Residências e Fellowships no exterior


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