What are the Joint Commission approved medical abbreviations?


The Joint Commission has a list of approved medical abbreviations and a list of medical abbreviations that should never be used. In health care, these abbreviations are used on a regular basis to save time and make things easier to understand. Some of the approved medial abbreviations include ANCC, B.A, b., c., ER, fl oz, GCI, M.D, and many more. It is important that only the approved abbreviations are used in order to ensure the safety of the patient.
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