flow sheet


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flow sheet

[′flō ‚shēt]
(engineering)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Along with the junior resident, the stroke nurse responded to the ED and used the nursing flow sheet to keep track of and document critical benchmarks (see Supplemental Figure, Supplemental Digital Content 1, available at http://links.lww.com/ JNN/A114).
The flow sheet presented involves mat hydrocycling and two cleaning hydrocyclings of heavy and light fractions.
Screenshot of animated PFBR flow sheet is shown in Fig.
With all of the forms, flow sheets and check lists nurses are expected to use, it is easy to omit important information.
The goal was to demonstrate that a depression flow sheet supported by physician instruction, patient education, and diligent follow-up could enable depressed patients to better adhere to treatment.
Each patient had a flow sheet placed in his or her chart that included all the updated ADA guidelines.
Toward this end, the book concludes by walking the reader through the balance sheet, cash flow sheet, and income statement for a fictitious U.S.-based manufacturer.
Graphical interface defines stream connectivity directly on flow sheet to facilitate calculation and interpretation of results.
The Simulator features a specially designed graphical interface that defines stream connectivity directly on a flow sheet to facilitate calculation and interpretation of results.
This study therefore tested two instruments we developed, an AAT protocol and an AAT flow sheet (Richeson & McCullough, 2002), that potentially could be used by the CTRS in developing an evidence-based therapeutic recreation practice.
The newest process at Cawse uses LIX 84-I in a flow sheet originally conceived by Cognis and further developed by Cawse.