SCR

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scruple

 (℈) (scr) [skroo´pl]
in the apothecaries' system, a unit of weight equal to 20 grains (1.296 grams).
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SCR

Abbreviation for:
serious case review 
serum creatinine
short consensus repeat
sister chromatic recombination
summary care record, see there
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scruple

(skrū′pĕl) [L. scrupulus, small, sharp stone],

scr

Twenty grains in apothecaries' weight; 1.296 g.
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"We've experienced at first hand the benefits that SCR brings and so we are keen to have more GP come on board so the benefits can be extended to their patients too."
"Our aim is to work with GPs and their staff to assist them to provide these benefits to all patients who want an SCR.
"It's all about getting the right information to the right clinician at the right time - that's what SCRs enable to happen." Patients are always asked for their permission before their SCR is used and it will only be used by healthcare staff directly involved in treating them.
Dr John Nicholas, Clinical Adviser for SCR in Teesside, says: "I believe that making this basic health information available to doctors and nurses at the click of mouse is a major step forward for patient safety and quality of care.
A set of electronic and policy measures are in place to prevent information being viewed without consent, with an alarm being triggered with a local NHS information security specialist if anyone tries to view an SCR improperly.
Urea is fed to the SCR dosing system from a single urea tank, which will feed all three SCR systems on a rig.
While one of the challenges in fitting the generators with the SCR system was the fluctuating load patterns, the region's extreme winter temperatures posed another.