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log

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.

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.

log

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

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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References in classic literature ?
"In that case I shall come out to-morrow and talk it over with you.
But I shall be surprised if it does not turn out to be correct.
Having no success, she goes again next morning, and her husband meets her, as he has told us, as she comes out. She promises him then not to go there again, but two days afterwards the hope of getting rid of those dreadful neighbors was too strong for her, and she made another attempt, taking down with her the photograph which had probably been demanded from her.
He was waiting on the platform when we stepped out, and we could see in the light of the station lamps that he was very pale, and quivering with agitation.
We approached the door; but suddenly a woman appeared out of the shadow and stood in the golden track of the lamp-light.
As he threw the door open an old woman ran out in front of him and tried to bar his passage, but he thrust her back, and an instant afterwards we were all upon the stairs.
I burst out laughing, out of sympathy with her merriment; but Grant Munro stood staring, with his hand clutching his throat.
"Back!" cried Simon to a borzoi that was pushing forward out of the wood.
The count turned and saw on his right Mitka staring at him with eyes starting out of his head, raising his cap and pointing before him to the other side.
"Look out!" he shouted, in a voice plainly showing that he had long fretted to utter that word, and letting the borzois slip he galloped toward the count.
The count and Simon galloped out of the wood and saw on their left a wolf which, softly swaying from side to side, was coming at a quiet lope farther to the left to the very place where they were standing.
Poyser bitterly, turning her head half-way towards her husband and looking at the vacant arm-chair--"I daresay it's true for men as sit i' th' chimney-corner and make believe as everything's cut wi' ins an' outs to fit int' everything else.