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(PREP) PRogrammed Electronics Patterns. Language for designing integrated circuits. ["Computer Assisted Mask Production", R.L. Rosenfeld, Proc IEEE 57(9) Sep 1969].

PReP

(PowerPC REference Platform) A common specification for PowerPCs from IBM and Apple that allowed them to run a variety of operating systems. PReP was superseded by CHRP. See CHRP.
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After my procedure was finished, the doctor told us the bowel prep mission was a success.
[5] "Bowel Prep," https://psnet.ahrq.gov/webmm/case/67/bowelprep.
Can mechanical bowel prep positively affect outcomes in gynecologic laparoscopy, or should it be discarded?
Bowel prep quality in these patients also was assessed by a blinded endoscopist.
Plus, two of the other three screening tests for colon cancer (flexible sigmoidoscopy and double contrast barium enema) also require a bowel prep and neither is as sensitive as the colonoscopy.
As is common with other examinations of the colon, bowel prep is not always as adequate as the physician would like.
The day before the procedure, the patient is placed on a clear liquid diet and given a prescription for a bowel prep. The FS is recommended every 5 years along with the FOBT (Smith et al., 2006).
A bowel prep is often required in preparation for many of these tests, especially a colonoscopy.
You'll still need a bowel prep with strong laxatives and an infusion of air through the rectum to expand the colon for easier visualization, just as with traditional colonoscopy.
The night before the test, bowel cleansing, also called bowel prep, is necessary to clear the lower digestive tract.
"Bowel prep involves a diet that limits solid food for a period of time, and a laxative drink that clears your colon of its contents so abnormal growths called polyps, which can develop into tumors, are more visible," Dr.
The comparison of single-dose PEG-3550+SD+B to a split-dose PEG-AA bowel preparation regimen was intentionally done to imitate a real-life community gastroenterology practice because despite the fact that split-dose bowel prep has been unequivocally shown to be a better and significantly more effective way of providing quality colonoscopy, physicians in practice nonetheless continue to offer single-day PEG-3350 bowel preparation on the notion that this is as effective as other forms of bowel preparation.