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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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At his 8-week postop appointment, the fluid accumulation had resolved, and he was completely asymptomatic.
On the postop day 1, her antihypertensives were adjusted according to physician's advice.
However, "the patient should be counseled that there may be increased de novo stress incontinence, overactive bladder," postop constipation, and shorter vaginal length, Dr.
I think that if you treat these asymptomatic patients with an elevated postop troponin as if they had an MI--get them on optimal medical therapy and really push smoking cessation --it's likely to have a benefit on outcomes," said Dr.
5%) Table 2: Outcomes of GKRS on vestibular schwannoma Postop Parameter Preop Decreased Unchanged Radiological Changes Number of patients 82 44 30 Tumor size 3.
Part one includes definitions, general principles of prevention, hemostasis and bleeding, postop infections, the wound, leaking GI anastomoses, abdominal wall dehiscence, ileus, minimal access, dealing with patients, families, lawyers, and yourself, and the Third World, and rural settings.
6) In our case, a combination of surgery and postop chemo/radiotherapy with reconstruction of the face was the option for treatment.
We never thought, four days postop, he would be happy to try and walk and push himself so much.
It has been shown that, for other laparotomy procedures, the incidence of postop chronic pain ranges from 3% to 56%.