Medical abbreviations are the best way to identify medical terms.
However, they can get a little tricky when it comes to how we use them in the real world.
Here’s what to avoid.
First of all, don’t forget that abbreviations mean a lot.
We use the word “disease” and the word for heart attack, for example, because of the way they sound.
We also use the terms for the disease and the heart disease to indicate that the disease has spread, even though it’s unlikely to have actually spread.
So you should use the correct terminology to refer to the various diseases and heart attacks, for instance.
But be careful when it’s not your job to spell the words.
If you’re writing an article or a blog post and you need to spell out how a particular disease is caused, or the symptoms of a particular heart attack (and the cause of that heart attack), you need a medical term that’s a little more precise.
To find a medical abbreviation for something that you need, check out our list of best medical abbreviators.
It may take some time to discover all the best medical terms for different conditions, so it may take a while to find the best abbreviations.
The list includes things like the American Heart Association’s (AHA) heart disease and stroke acronym (for stroke), which is actually a bit more accurate than the American Diabetes Association (ADA) one.
The AHA also offers an easy-to-use online tool that you can use to look up medical terms on the Web.
The website has a tool to help you sort out medical terms, so there’s no need to do that for every word you use.
In fact, you should do this for all your words and phrases.
So what’s the best term to use for a particular condition?
In general, a good medical term is the most likely to be used when you’re talking about a particular diagnosis.
But there are exceptions.
The word “diagnosis” can be confusing when referring to different conditions.
The American Heart and Stroke Association (AHSRA) has a medical word for cardiac arrhythmia, for one.
And it’s very important that you use the term “cardiac” in the same way you would in the medical field.
So don’t confuse a cardiac diagnosis with a diagnosis of something else, like a heart attack or stroke.
But when you use terms like “cardiovascular disease,” for example — like when you talk about heart failure or atherosclerosis — it can be a good way to refer back to the name of the disease, or its underlying cause.
The medical term for heart failure is called “failure of the cardiac autonomic nervous system.”
The medical word used to describe the condition is “artery failure,” but the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has changed its medical term from “arterial valve prolapse” to “arteriovenous malformation.”
There are other medical terms that can be used in the context of heart failure, but you need an exact medical term to describe that condition.
There are some conditions that are called “cardiopulmonary” and “cardiomyopathy” — they’re diseases caused by the heart and its systems.
In general terms, a condition that has a physical cause and a mental cause is called a “cardiology” condition.
The physical cause is the heart.
The mental cause can be something as simple as a loss of your appetite or sleep patterns, or it could be a history of depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder.
There’s a medical “cardiological” diagnosis that can refer to conditions that have a neurological cause.
For example, when you hear someone talk about a heart disease or stroke, you’re not referring to a physical heart condition.
Rather, you are talking about how the condition affects your brain.
You can refer back directly to the medical term you’re using, or you can just use the physical word.
Here are some other examples of medical terms to use when you need them: heart rhythm, heart rate, heart attack The physical heart rate is the rate of heart beat.
The heart rhythm is the rhythm of your heart’s beating.
This is usually the fastest and most accurate way to tell when your heart is beating.
The blood-oxygen level-dependent (BOLD) response is a measure of how your heart feels.
When you’re tired, your heart may slow down a little bit and start to slow down again.
When this happens, your blood oxygen level (BOL) changes and your heart rate slows.
These changes are called heart rate variability.
When a person is having trouble keeping his or her heart rate steady, that means the person has a heart rhythm disorder.
The type of heart rhythm varies by person.
There is a general definition for heart rhythm disorders, but there are also different diagnostic criteria for each one.
So when you see someone having difficulty maintaining a certain rhythm, or if you’re experiencing symptoms like dizziness, fatigue,