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Logarithm, see there.
Drug slang
A regional term for PCP; marijuana cigarette (more commonly known as a joint).
Lab medicine
noun A book in which certain types of patient-related information is recorded, usually by hand.

verb To place information in a logbook.


Lab medicine noun A book in which certain types of Pt-related information is recorded, usually by hand. See Master log Research Logbook A journal or ledger containing data, and dates when the data was collected; logs are used to record scheduling information, document Pt-physician encounters, to record quality control data in the lab and may be used as a legal document. Cf Notebook.


A continuously kept record of important events, such as medical records or progress notes.


1. logarithm of.
2. daily record of work.
3. large, friable, compacted mass of concentrate and roughage feed suitable for feeding to animals at pasture. Usually contains a total ration.

Patient discussion about log

Q. Does anyone have an issue with fire log? Every time my neighbors use fire log, I suffer. What can I do? I moved to the West Coast, and realized people burn a lot of fire logs here. I seem to have developed an allergy to it. Every winter, I suffer when neighbors use fire logs. I can not go around the whole neighborhood asking them not to use it. I am wondering if there's any patient advocacy to prohibit the usage of fire logs? I am sure there must be a lot of asthma patients who have the same problem with mine? If we regulate smoking, why can't we regulate fire logs?

A. I found some info like this.


I wish there's a regulation. If the healthcare cost is an issue for the government, they can reduce emergency visits due to asthma, by regulating fire logs.

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Electronic logbooks (e-logs) provide operators with a simple and cost effective way of recording and delivering required data to AFMA.
By prompting students to think about their projects regularly, logbooks may help students see the bigger picture.
A further 5/16 could not be adequately assessed since 2 were non-English [Op log, Op log lite], 1 required a restricted access college membership [ACS SSR], 1 could not be utilised due to a technical error [iDoctor], 1 duplicated with no difference other than unlimited data storage [Surgeon Logbook free].
We are aware of cases in which pilots have had all of their certificates revoked for falsifying their logbooks.
Now we know it was more advanced, therefore the retreat of the ice in the last 30 years is part of a more recent and new pattern of climate change, so these logbooks contain absolutely vital climatological information.
His conclusion is that the entry is currently not required unless the maintenance requirements or instructions for continued airworthiness of the box you're updating say you should make a logbook entry.
Ali Al Daboos, executive director of Operations, DMCA, said: "The cruise logbook complements DMCA's series of initiatives and regulations that have been launched as part of the Maritime Sector Strategy (MSS) to develop, regulate and promote maritime operations to create a secure and vibrant maritime sector in Dubai.
Results: Based on content analysis, three advantages and four limitations of logbooks were identified and recommendations were noted.
EZ-Log uses drag & drop to quickly convert driver's paper logbook into a digital image.
He is now locked in a legal fight to force Logbook Loans to write off or reduce the amount.
Dr Dennis Wheeler, of Sunderland University, said: "The observations from the logbooks on wind force and weather are astonishingly good and often better than modern logbooks.
Royal Navy logbooks from the seventeenth century onwards are being used to plot climate change.