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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].
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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 PReP was superseded by CHRP.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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Sometimes a set of eyes that are new to the environment can help identify both strengths and opportunities for improvement related to the prepping process.
Clinicians might expect to see a measurable outcome, however, when implementing a combination of standardized, evidence-based practices related to preparing the surgical patient, such as microbial reduction, hand hygiene, maintaining normothermia, proper hair removal methods, surgical skin prepping, and sterile surface preparation.
The ease and effectiveness of the one-step preps help make the prepping process a standardized event, which could help decrease process errors and potentially increase case start efficiency.
Rohr, MSN, RN, CNOR, Technical Service Specialist 3M Infection Prevention Division: I think there is always a need for education on patient skin preps, including proper prepping practices, protocols, and techniques.
Others, for example, where a clinician needs to prep the entire dioracic area, would require a larger or multiple applicators to achieve tire desired prepping goal.