SPLATTSplit Anterior Tibialis Tendon Transfer
SPLATTSymptoms, Previous falls, Location, Activity, Time, and Trauma (medical summary history of falling)
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Barley Splatt is a brilliant, eccentric one-off, conceived by an artist.
For example, after a series of articles exposing forensic errors in Edward Splatt's case, the Attorney General elected to hold a Royal Commission investigation, which ultimately led to his exoneration.
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In addition to updating the fall-risk assessment, Tideiksaar (1998) recommended the use of an acronym SPLATT to assist staff to remember important post-fall assessment factors (see Table 3).
In cases where a fall already has occurred, the mnemonic SPLATT (symptoms, previous falls, location, activity, time, and trauma) can provide a framework for doing a postfall evaluation to identify risk factors for additional falls and identify interventions, Dr.
Splatt put together all the info: Daylight-saving time moves clocks ahead one hour.
The book was lovingly assembled by Doree, along with her friends Carol Pratl and, especially, Cynthia Splatt, who wrote the text.
(26) "Here thirty seven barrels of Rice and two Chest of Deare Skin Shipt by me Richard Splatt on board the Lovely Polly Michael Bath Master bound for London on my proper account and .
(45) See the review, and extensive criticism, of similarity evidence advanced during the prosecution of Edward Charles Splatt: South Australia, Royal Commission Concerning the Conviction of Edward Charles Splatt, Report (1984) ('Edward Charles Splatt Report').
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Ovenden, of The Garage, Barley Splatt, near Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, denied all the charges relating to four children now all adults between 1972 and 1985.