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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.
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post-op

adj
(Medicine) informal a short form of postoperative
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Viktoria was two-and-a-half, POST-OP Viktoria with mum Patrycja exhausted and had no life.
* Lower mean pixels are recorded in group B compared to the group A at 1 week post-op time interval, and the difference is marginally statistically significant (P<0.05).
Talulah has been given a 13-part series, which will follow her modelling career, her dating disasters and adjusting to life as a post-op transwoman.
As previously reported, Evercore ISI analyst Josh Schimmer raised his price target for Heron Therapeutics to $80 from $56 after the company reported data from its two Phase 2b studies of HTX-011 for prevention of post-op pain following total knee arthroplasty and breast augmentation.
Post-op she is now able to walk by putting half her weight on the knees by using crutches; has been put on medications and will soon return home, start going to school and continue with her further studies."
The participants were classified into three groups, according to the postoperative period at the day of data collection: (a) Group 1: comprising patients with six months in the post-op period (surgery conducted between February to May 2016); (b) Group 2: individuals with 12 months in the post-op period (August to November 2015); and (c) Group 3: patients with 18 months in the post-op period (February to May 2015).
The 2012 procedure may have saved his life as post-op tests showed Dan, carrying a faulty CDH1 gene, had stomach cancer despite showing no symptoms.
Objective: To evaluate the accuracy of biometry in the post-op phase of cataract surgery.
Pre-op and post-op care were also be provided by the hospital.
[22] Worst NRS (0-10) Time of first shoulder pain Author/year Time measured Nerve block Ambrosoli 4 hours post-op Sciatic nerve catheter et al.