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post-op

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postop

(pōst′ŏp′)Informal
adj.
Postoperative: post-op care; post-op complications.
n.
1. A postoperative patient.
2. A section of a hospital providing postoperative treatment.
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difference Post-Op Group A 50 20685.02 9264.96 -1051.320 -1.464 Group B 50 21736.34 7749.21 1 Week Group A 50 15149.56 7044.42 1452.460 1.990 Post-Op Group B 50 13697.10 4793.22 2 Months Group A 50 9719.18 4366.39 2175.423 4.402 Post-Op Group B 50 7543.76 2617.71 3 Months Group A 50 7027.12 3125.22 2692.960 7.569 Post-Op Group B 50 4334.16 1854.10 6 Months Group A 50 633.40 386.16 437.280 8.621 Post-Op Group B 50 196.12 143.11 Time Group p-Value Interval Post-Op Group A 0.1464 Group B 1 Week Group A 0.0494 * Post-Op Group B 2 Months Group A 0.000027 * Post-Op Group B 3 Months Group A <0.0001 * Post-Op Group B 6 Months Group A <0.0001 * Post-Op Group B * denotes statistically significant Table 3.
Table-II: The mean distribution of pre-op WBC, CRP, PTX-3 levels and on post-op day 1, day 3, and day 7.
Post-op follow-up was done by monitoring autorefraction and visual acuity on days 1, 7, 30 and 90.
The mean number of days post-op where bleeding occurred for the patients that bled only once was 6.65 (range 1 to 18) days.
The complications recorded were bleeding, post-op infection and recurrence.
Static proportion of load applied on forefeet and hind feet Fore foot Fore foot Hind foot Hind foot Patient pre-op post-op pre-op post-op Right Foot affected 2 17.20 15.50 37.30 28.50 4 26.60 25.90 33.70 24.70 5 25.40 25.60 24.20 23.60 6 21.70 20.90 21.10 26.70 Left Foot Affected 7 29.20 30.70 24.80 18.20 8 23.80 20.10 25.40 27.30 1 27.40 36.10 26.30 24.20 3 28.80 17.40 25-50 25.30 Table 2b.
This study delivers evidence that post-op complications are the single most significant risk factor causing hospital readmission.
The Wilson Post-Op Shirt promotes and facilitates independence for post-operative patients.
Until Liese Healing saw her post-op X-ray, she had no idea the bike chain type device had been used to reconfigure her jaw after it was ravaged by cancer.
"With women finally being allowed to serve on the front lines, what's the rationale behind continuing to prohibit post-op trans people from serving?" asked the reader.