post-operative love


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Soon after surgery.
  • adj. Like someone who has recently had surgery.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Occurring after an operation, as an examination made after a surgical operation.


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  • The team sees about 1500 consults per year, including post-operative pain, chronic pain conditions, acute non-surgical pain, and opioid/benzo dependence.

    Pediatric Palliative Care Fellowship Curriculum

  • After the surgery, the mother is transferred to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP) for a typical post-operative stay of two to three days.

    Twin Reversed Arterial Perfusion Sequence and Bipolar Cord

  • Areas of special clinical and research expertise include the management of persistent pulmonary hypertension, bronchopumonary dysplasia and other severe lung disease in newborns, as well as metabolic illnesses, hypoglycemia due to pancreatic abnormalities, complex congenital anomalies and complex post-operative care.

    Recognized Excellence

  • In addition, we have more recently performed five radiofrequency ablation (RFA) procedures for Twin Reversed Arterial Perfusion Sequence (TRAP) sequence, with one unexpected post-operative pump twin demise, but the remaining four pregnancies are ongoing and undelivered but reported to be doing well.

    Twin Reversed Arterial Perfusion Sequence and Bipolar Cord

  • One example is: How can our current post-operative pain management practices be improved?

    Cardiac Nursing at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

  • (Although, given the denial of access to meds and surgery of Debbie Davies by her local Primary Care Trust (PCT), how successful any request for post-operative care would have been remains a moot point)

    Heal thyself

  • Dr. Djordjevic is interested in post-operative quality of life for all transmen who have had genital reconstruction.

    Trans men and partners surveys

  • The same month, three pain-related articles in the Lancet focusing on post-operative, cancer related, and non-cancer related pain, respectively, found mass undertreatment in all three areas.

    Radley Balko: The New Panic Over Prescription Painkillers

  • Other common complications included post-operative bleeding, affecting 13 per 1,000 patients, and renal failure without dialysis, affecting 11 of every 1,000.

    9 Md. hospitals report higher-than-average rates of complications

  • They all prefer trainers who've worked with professional athletes before, and Warren, the surgeon, said he has full faith that the dozen or so Giants currently under his post-operative care will find that.

    Lockout Not a Big Obstacle for Giants' Seubert


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