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postoperative

of, relating to, or occurring in the period following a surgical operation
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of pixels of group B and group A is extremely statistically significant (P<0.05) at 2 months post-op time interval.
A show insider said: "Commissioners know she brought in record ratings for BNTM and there is demand to see what she does next and see how she's living as a post-op transwoman.
The entire surgery was conducted within 2.5 hours; the patient was monitored continuously post-op and was discharged within a week.
The questionnaire was built based on a literature review, aiming to include the following information: a) sociodemographic data (sex, age, educational level); b) morbidities before and after the surgery; c) anthropometric data (11) relating to the pre-op period (pre-op weight, maximum weight reached in lifetime, pre-op BMI, ideal weight, excess weight, percentage of pre-op weight loss; d) anthropometric data relating to the post-op period, such as current weight, minimum weight, post-op BMI, percentage of excess weight loss; e) living habits in pre-op and post-op periods, including drinking, smoking and physical activity (Appendix B).
The aim of modern cataract surgery is to improve the uncorrected vision as much as possible and minimise the post-op refractive error.
According to (http://ew.com/tv/2017/10/03/greys-anatomy-web-series/) Entertainment Weekly , the network has decided to launch a six-part web series called "Grey's Anatomy: Post-Op" in the weeks leading up to the Nov.
So, on Day 32 post-op, I got antsy and went out to my treestand and shot a beautiful 10-point buck.
Molnlycke's new Mepilex Border Post-Op dressings are specifically designed for incisions and support early patient mobilization.
This study included patients who had their surgery at other centers but presented to our facility with post-op bleeding, and it does not include patients who had tonsillectomy at our hospital but presented elsewhere with post-op bleeding.
She was monitored in recovery for three hours post-op, and the inflammation subsided significantly 90 minutes post-op (Figure 2) and completely 150 minutes post-op (Figure 3).