Vanillylmandelic acid (VMA), a metabolic by-product of norepinephrine and epinephrine, can be used to detect neuroblastoma and other tumors of neural crest origin.
- 1 What does VMA stand for?
- 2 What is VSS in medical terms?
- 3 What does In medical terms mean?
- 4 What is VSS in nursing?
- 5 What does EMAS stand for?
- 6 What is VMA diet?
- 7 What is P medical term?
- 8 What does WNL stand for in medical terms?
- 9 What does GTTS mean in medical terms?
- 10 What is N V in medical terms?
- 11 What does CP sob mean?
What does VMA stand for?
Acronym. Definition. VMA. Video Music Awards (MTV)
What is VSS in medical terms?
ventricular septal rupture (see myocardial rupture) VSS. vital signs stable. VT. ventricular tachycardia.
What does In medical terms mean?
Prefix denoting not or in, into, within.
What is VSS in nursing?
VSS, Vital Sign Score.
What does EMAS stand for?
The EU Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) is a premium management instrument developed by the European Commission for companies and other organisations to evaluate, report, and improve their environmental performance.
What is VMA diet?
Avoid chocolate, coffee, tea, and cocoa for 2 to 3 days before the test is performed. Avoid food like citrus fruits, bananas, and food with vanilla. Avoid beer and red wine. Avoid drugs like aspirin and antihypertensive medicines.
What is P medical term?
P: Pulse. Pulse is recorded as part of the physical examination. It is one of the “vital signs.”
What does WNL stand for in medical terms?
within normal limits
WNL: Medical shorthand for within normal limits. For example, a laboratory test result may be WNL.
What does GTTS mean in medical terms?
Abbreviation for glucose tolerance test.
What is N V in medical terms?
N/V. – nausea/vomiting. N/V/D.
What does CP sob mean?
Chest pain (CP), or acute chest discomfort, and shortness of breath (SOB), or dyspnea, are two of the most common causes of emergency room and doctor visits in the United States.