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Data
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.
Segen's Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.

log

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.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

log

A continuously kept record of important events, such as medical records or progress notes.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners

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.

http://burningissues.org/car-www/index.html

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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