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Lab medicine A determined value on a diagnostic test at or above which a certain action is taken; eg fasting glucose > 7.8 mmol/L–US: > 140 mg/dL, is a flag for notifying the attending physician, who might not otherwise suspect DM. See Decision level, Panic value, Red flag.

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medical transcription Warning or caution by the transcriptionist to the author of a report, pointing out problems (e.g., missing date, dictation errors, equipment problems, or potentially inflammatory remarks). Flags contribute to risk management.

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medical transcription warning or caution by the transcriptionist to the author of a report, pointing out problems (e.g., missing date, dictation errors, equipment problems, or potentially inflammatory remarks).
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"But I'd be lying if I said I haven't daydreamed about a Masthead conference or something, where the future of journalism and how it evolves with new technology and tools is the focus."
Masthead is powered by Mastodon, a free, open-source, decentralized and federated social media platform created by German college student Eugen Rochko in 2016.
In 1890, the masthead was firmly established in a Blackletter, or Old English style typeface, as they are sometimes known.
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We're proud to have him on the masthead and just as happy to show you his new book.
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You may have seen that name on the spine of your textbooks in medical school or on the masthead of your favorite science journals or Web sites.
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