requisition slip

requisition slip

(re″kwĭ-zi′shŏn) [L. requirere, to seek]
A form for ordering laboratory tests for a patient.
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The firm is to provide cash pickup & delivery, cheque pickup, cheque book requisition slip pickup, delivery of drafts etc at certain locations in India.
The 58 PCBCLs analyzed were among 172 biopsy-proven PCBCL lesions in the study, which were newly diagnosed and whose pathology reports included the clinical differential diagnosis in the pathology requisition slip, in patients referred to the cancer center between 1992 and 2016.
But clinicians still could screen other groups: The lab requisition slip had an "other" indication, where clinicians could write in any other reason they thought a screen was necessary.
Some of these errors can be avoided by collecting samples after an overnight fast or by mentioning the metabolic disorder in the requisition slip. Fat interferes with optical reading of the instrument and can affect electrolyte values.
Frields did not give his patient a laboratory requisition slip for the AFP test or instruct her to get one from the nursing staff.
With regards to cheque books, the RBI stated that the banks must issue cheque books to customers, whenever a request is received; through a requisition slip which is part of the cheque book issued earlier, with a minimum of 25 cheque leaves every year, if requested, in savings bank account, free of charge.
We began the design of our database files by determining what information was required to appear on the report and what questions should be asked on the requisition slip. Because we tend to accumulate many specimens on each patient over a period of years, we decided to make two separate computer files.