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Definition of the adjective Post-Operative
What does Post-Operative mean as an attribute of a noun?
- Soon after surgery.
- Like someone who has recently had surgery.
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Patient Safety in Surgery (2014)
by Philip F. Stahel, Cyril Mauffrey
Immediately post-operative means within 24 h after induction of anesthesia (if surgery not completed), surgery, or other invasive procedure was completed. Includes generally detectable contaminants in drugs, devices, or biologics regardless ...
Diabetic Foot Problems (2008)
by Aziz Nather
Healing is poor and with renal dialysis bleeding post-operative is a common problem with high risk of haematoma formation.
by American College of Medical Quality
Immediately post-operative means within 24 hours after induction of anesthesia ( if surgery not completed), surgery, or other invasive procedure was completed. 2. PRODUCT ORDEVICE EVENTS A. Patient death or serious disability Includes ...
by Casey Albert Wood
Certain laboratory researches suggest both the cause and a means by which the fatal post-operative sequelaa may be obviated. These researches have shown that stimuli which activate the organs comprising the kinetic system—the brain, ...
CODE 53 Procedure—post-operative complications ̳Procedure—post-operative complications' includes incidents involving unintentionally retained objects following a procedure. CODE 56 Procedure—post-operative infection ...
Black’s Medical Dictionary (2017)
by Harvey Marcovitch
Post-Operative. The period after an operation, the patient's condition after operation, or any investigations or treatment during this time. Post-Partum. The term applied to anything happening immediately after ...
The Encyclopedia of Aging (2006)
Fourth Edition, 2-Volume Set by Richard Schulz
Post-Operative Delirium Delirium is quite common in surgical patients, with incidence estimates between 10% to 50%, depending on the type of surgery, with cardiovascular, orthopaedic, neurosurgery, and emergency surgery having the ...
by J.C. Segen
versus-host disease Post-operative headache A variably present post-operative complication occurring in the hours after recovery from general anesthesia, which may be due to a caffeine withdrawal state (Anesth Analg 1991; 72:449) ...
Physiological Optics, Being an Essay Contributed to the American Encyclopedia of Ophthalmology (1918)
by Charles Sheard
Post-operative astigmatism. An examination of a cornea soon after a cataract operation shows a large amount of astigmatism against the rule. This is sometimes as high as 15 diopters. The vertical meridian is considerably flattened, probably ...
A Dictionary of Dentistry (2010)
by Robert Ireland
post-operative complications pl. n. Unanticipated problems following surgery.
Encyclopedia of Imaging (2008)
by Albert L. Baert
Interventional radiology may offer treatment options in severe obstruction — particularly as a bridging measure — till completion of diagnoses and definite surgery, or may serve as a tool for managing post-operative complications. While these ...
by D. Leigh, C.M. Pare, J. Marks
Post-operative psychoses Post- operative psychoses occur in one out of 1600 operations, the incidence depending on the site of the operation, the patient's age, nutrition, and general condition.
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