Vet Terminology Quiz


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Dx

A. Diagnosis

B. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

C. Dead on arrival

D. Date of birth


IV

A. Intraperitoneal

B. Intravenous

C. Intramuscular

D. Subcutaneous


tid

A. One time daily

B. Two times daily

C. Three times daily

D. Four times daily


IM

A. Intraperitoneal

B. Intravenous

C. Intramuscular

D. Subcutaneous


n

A. Normal

B. Prescription

C. Feline infectious anemia

D. Packed cell volume


qid

A. One time daily

B. Two times daily

C. Three times daily

D. Four times daily


stat

A. Electrocardiogram

B. Specific gravity

C. Immediately

D. Dead on arrival


Hx

A. Heart rate

B. Central nervous system

C. History

D. Weight


PCV

A. Packed cell volume

B. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

C. Central nervous system

D. Gastrointestinal


ECG

A. Cubic centimeter, ml

B. Packed cell volume

C. Temperature, pulse, respiration

D. Electrocardiogram


DVM

A. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

B. Domestic short hair

C. Domestic long hair

D. Dead on arrival


DOA

A. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

B. Dead on arrival

C. Domestic short hair

D. Domestic long hair


rbc

A. Respiration

B. Surgery

C. Rate of heart

D. Red blood cell


GI

A. Domestic short hair

B. Gastrointestinal

C. Feline infectious peritonitis

D. Intensive care unit


Rx

A. As much as desired

B. Prescription

C. Gastrointestinal

D. Male


Sx

A. Subcutaneous

B. Male

C. Surgery

D. Female


wt

A. Without

B. Weight

C. White blood cell

D. History


ad lib.

A. One time daily

B. Two times daily

C. Three times daily

D. As much as desired


ml

A. Male

B. Normal

C. Milliliter, cc

D. Female


sid

A. One time daily

B. Two times daily

C. Three times daily

D. Four times daily


FIP

A. Feline leukemia virus

B. Feline infectious anemia

C. Feline infectious peritonitis

D. Female


w/o

A. Surgery

B. Intraperitoneal

C. Without

D. Red blood cell


DOB

A. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

B. Date of birth

C. Domestic short hair

D. Domestic long hair


FIA

A. Feline leukemia virus

B. Feline infectious anemia

C. Feline infectious peritonitis

D. Female


bid

A. One time daily

B. Two times daily

C. Three times daily

D. Four times daily




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