ER has 3 meanings
She passed out and was unconscious so we called and ambulance and they took her to the ER.
OMG, that's trbl!
|24/7||Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week|
|ICU||Intensive care unit|
|ITU||Intensive treatment unit|
|CCU||Critical care unit|
|HMO||Health maintenance organization|
|PPO||Preferred provider organization|
|PCP||Primary care physician|
|OMG||Oh my gosh|
A baseball statistic that is used to keep track of the amount of earned runs a pitcher has allowed.
An earned run is a run that the pitcher has given up that wasn't a result of a fielding error caused by a defensive player. The ERA stat signifies how many earned runs a pitcher has given up for every nine innings, which is the length of a standard baseball game.
He pitched a CG, gave up 1ER and still lost!
|ERA||Earned run average|
|MLB||Major League Baseball|
An abbreviation for employer that commonly appears in the payroll world; commonly seen when describing a tax type, like Social Security; similar to the ee abbreviation for "employee."
I had to redo the sheet because I filled out the spaces for the er instead of the ee.
|SUTA||State Unemployed Tax Act|
|FUTA||Federal Unemployment Tax Act|
|FICA||Federal Insurance Contributions Act|
|IRS||Internal Revenue Service|
|ITR||Income Tax Return|
|EBT||Earnings before taxes|
ER stands for emergency room, which is a medical facility in a hospital. It specializes in the care of patients that require immediate attention.
The emergency room helps all sorts of people that suffer from a variety of ailments, such as head injuries, broken arms, and serious burns. The emergency room operates 24 hours a day as people don't ever take a break from getting hurt. ER was also the title of the popular and long-running medical drama on NBC, which ran from 1994 to 2009.