preop


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pre-op

also pre·op  (prē′ŏp′)Informal
adj.
Preoperative: pre-op testing; a pre-op patient.
n.
1. A preoperative patient.
2. A section of a hospital providing preoperative treatment.
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pre•op

or pre-op

(ˈpriˈɒp)

adj.
preoperative.
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Preop Creatinine###0.83+-0.203###<0.001###0.83+-0.198###<0.001
In groups 1, 2, 3 and 5, positive/negative ratios increased (27/3, 24/4, 25/3 and 24/2, respectively), however as preop ratios, they were not different from the ratios of group 7 (p=0.422, p=0.119, p=0.259 and p=.358, respectively) (Figure 3).
Lababidi's point was that preop serum albumin is something to pay attention to and correct whenever possible before laparoscopic hysterectomies.
Comprasion of preoperative and postoperative value of Oswestry Disability index and visual analogue score Preop Postop p ODI 84 (73-90) 18 (12-24) <0.001 VAS 8 (8-9.25) 2 (1-3) <0.001 ODI: Oswestry Disability index, VAS: Visual analogue score Table 2.
MediClear PreOp is a self-adherent silicone film drape for pre-operative skin intended to cover and protect skin from the risk of contamination prior to an invasive procedure.
Preoperative and postoperative best corrected visual acuity values (logMAR) Mean [+ or -] standard p value deviation Preop 0.58[+ or -]0.32 1st month 0.49[+ or -]0.32 0.1 3rd month 0.40[+ or -]0.31 <0.005 6th month 0.33[+ or -]0.33 <0.005 12th month 0.28[+ or -]0.34 <0.005 Table 2.
PreOp Board: a single, dynamic, operational view of patient status and perioperative case workflow confirms that the necessary prerequisites for surgery are completed in time to ensure consistent on-time starts.
When we used a type I error of 0.05 and type II error of 0.20, we found that the power of statistical analysis for preoperative VEGF and PlGF variables was 80% and for preop sFlt-1 variable it was 51%.
ODI Group Preop Post Op pre/post ODI 6 months P-value R 37 [+ or -] 12 18 [+ or -] 16% 0.001 S 39 [+ or -] 12% 20 [+ or -] 16% 0.001 C 38 [+ or -] 12% 19 [+ or -] 14%.
Observation Criteria Points [+ or -] 10% preop 0 Blood pressure >20% preop 1 >30% preop 2 Crying Not crying 0 Crying but responds to 1 tender loving care (TLC) Crying and does not 2 responds to TLC Movement None 0 Restless 1 Thrashing 2 Agitation Patient asleep or calm 0 Mild 1 Hysterical 2 Posture No special posture 0 Flexing legs and thighs 1 Holding scrotum or groin 2 Complains of pain Asleep or states no pain 0 (where appropriate by age) Cannot localize 1 Can localize 2 TABLE 3: Demographic distribution and baseline vitals.