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From "Support of Quality and Business Goals by an Ambulatory Automated Medical Record System in Kaiser Permanente of Ohio." Effective Clinical Practice, October/November 1998. 1:73-82.

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Figure 2. A progress sheet that contains a summary of patient information and serves as a charting document in the medical automated record system. BID = twice daily; CRM = cream; DM = diabetes mellitus; DOE = dyspnea on extertion; f/u = follow-up; H/O = history of; HTN = hypertension; LIQ = liquid; LT = left; MAMM = mammography; NKA = no known allergies; PAP = Papanicolaou smear; PND = paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea; PO = orally; Q = every; QD = every day; R/O = rule out; = right; S/P = status post; TAB = tablet; TAH = total abdominal hysterectomy; USO = unilateral salpingo-oophorectomy.