POSTOP


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Related to POSTOP: ostial, schizonticide, dyssynergy
AcronymDefinition
POSTOPPostoperative
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THOUSANDS of women bravely undergo breast cancer surgery each year but many say choosing a postop bra can be depressing and pricey.
There was improvement in four of the measures over the study period: selected infections due to medical care, postop hemorrhage or hematoma, postop respiratory failure, and postop wound dehiscence.
It was only after further postop tests were carried out that it was discovered the swelling was due to a non-cancerous condition.
It was only after further postop tests were carried out that it was discovered Mrs Nicholls's swelling was due to a non-cancerous condition known as 'pigmented villo nodular synovitis.
I don't mind doing the difficult or postop back, or the occasional very obese patient, but all of these skinny young folks with normal backs are not best served by larger bills and increased exposure.
Desperate to be reunited with her child before it's too late, Carmella tries to forget her postop pain and ignores medical advice to stay in bed.
TABLE 5 Postoperative management and outcome of class II, III and IV patients Class II Class III Number of risk factors 1 2 Number of patients 127 119 ECG postop, n (%) 21 (18) 47 (34) Troponin postop, n (%) 12 (10) 29 (21) ICU postop, n (%) 21 (18) 44 (31) Major cardiac event, n (%) 1 (0.
On the postop side, we removed the patients' eye patches and instructed them about eye care.
The NAAD learned that, in postop, the young soldier was "not out of the woods yet" but in stable and improving condition.