q.d.


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q.d.

 (L.)
qua´que di´e (every day).

q.d.

The JCAHO directs that daily or every day be written in full, because q.d. can easily be misread as q.i.d. or q.o.d..
Abbreviation for L. quaque die, every day.

q.d.

[L.] qua´que di´e (every day).

q.d.

[L.] quaque die (every day).
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