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post-op

also post·op  (pōst′ŏp′)Informal
adj.
Postoperative: post-op care; post-op complications.
n.
1. A postoperative patient.
2. A section of a hospital providing postoperative treatment.

post-op

adj
(Medicine) informal a short form of postoperative
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5 percent of patients were readmitted within 30 days of discharge and that the most common cause of readmission was post-op infection (16.
case needs and facilitate an accurate and timely post-op consult.
com)-- An innovative new product designed to serve an important function for patients that are in a post-operative phase, the Wilson Post-Op Shirt, has been developed by Vicki Wilson of Champaign, Illinois.
27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Increased mobility and freedom during post-op surgery can do wonders for a patient's attitude.
Until Liese Healing saw her post-op X-ray, she had no idea the bike chain type device had been used to reconfigure her jaw after it was ravaged by cancer.
The 49-year-old actor said that setting up their own little post-op recovery was fun and they made an adventure out of it.
With women finally being allowed to serve on the front lines, what's the rationale behind continuing to prohibit post-op trans people from serving?
After undergoing the procedure at a private hospital in Abu Dhabi, the obese woman experienced severe post-op pains, supposedly as a result of a rip in her stomach.
Post-operative outcomes of a 56-year-old male patient receiving IntraCor refractive surgery Vision Sph Cyl Axis LE 1 week post-op.
He used this diplo based rigid registration to register the pre-op and the post-op MR images of DBS subjects to study the intra-operative brain deformation or brain shift.
Glad the NHS post-op care was just as thorough back then.