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Browse All Abbreviation related to the Acronym Prescription. All abbreviations on this page are 1/12 means 1 Month, 1/2NS means half normal saline (0.45%), 1/52 means 1 Week, 1/7 means One Day, 10d means ten day, 30d means thirty day, 4HRX means Four Hour Prescription, 90d means ninety day, a means before (from Latin ante), A means All Wales Medicines Strategy Group, A means Agar, A.C. means after food (ante cibum) [Lat.], A.C. means Ante Cibum (before meals), A.M. means Ante Meridiem (take before noon), aa means equal quantities of each ingredient, AA means Of each (Ana), AA means Amino Acid, AAA means Apply to Affected Area, AAAD,KJA means An Apple A Day, Keeps Jen Away, ABVD means Adriamycin, Bleomycin, Vinblatine and Dacarbazine,

1/121 Month. List Of 1/12
1/2NShalf normal saline (0.45%). List Of 1/2NS
1/521 Week. List Of 1/52
1/7One Day. List Of 1/7
10dten day. List Of 10d
30dthirty day. List Of 30d
4HRXFour Hour Prescription. List Of 4HRX
90dninety day. List Of 90d
abefore (from Latin ante). List Of a
AAll Wales Medicines Strategy Group. List Of A
AAgar. List Of A
A.C.after food (ante cibum) [Lat.]. List Of A.C.
A.C.Ante Cibum (before meals). List Of A.C.
A.M.Ante Meridiem (take before noon). List Of A.M.
aaequal quantities of each ingredient. List Of aa
AAOf each (Ana). List Of AA
AAAmino Acid. List Of AA
AAAApply to Affected Area. List Of AAA
AAAD,KJAAn Apple A Day, Keeps Jen Away. List Of AAAD,KJA
ABVDAdriamycin, Bleomycin, Vinblatine and Dacarbazine. List Of ABVD

Some Questions about acronyms:

What is an acronym?

An acronym is a word or phrase made up of the first letters of a series of words, with the first letter of each word capitalized.

What are some examples of acronyms in "Prescription"?

Some examples of acronyms are LIST OF 1/12, LIST OF 1/2NS, LIST OF 1/52, LIST OF 1/7, LIST OF 10D, LIST OF 30D, LIST OF 4HRX, LIST OF 90D, LIST OF A, LIST OF A.

How are acronyms created?

Acronyms are created by taking the first letter of each word in a phrase and combining them to spell a word (for example, the acronym "radar" is created from the phrase "radio detecting and ranging").

How are acronyms different from initialism?

Acronyms are different from initialism in that they are pronounced as words. For example, AIDS is an acronym for acquired immune deficiency syndrome.

What is the difference between an acronym and an abbreviation?

An acronym is an abbreviation that is pronounced as a word, such as NASA. An abbreviation is a shortened form of a word, such as Mr. for Mister.

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