Traducción de preoperative en Español:


preoperatorio, adj.

Pronunciación /priˈɑpərədɪv//priːˈɒp(ə)rətɪv/


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    • For each patient we collected data on preoperative and operative variables to calculate predicted mortality.
    • The surgeon may have the patient sign the informed consent upon arrival in the preoperative area of the hospital.
    • The results of this study show that participants had a pragmatic view of the preoperative skin test.
    • Most urologic procedures do not require preoperative antibiotic prophylaxis.
    • A nurse practitioner performs the preoperative history and physical examination.
    • Prevention of postoperative infection begins in the preoperative period.
    • What qualities does a preoperative nurse need to pursue a career with a health care company?
    • The nurse gave the patient written orders to obtain a preoperative complete blood count and pregnancy test.
    • The last of these included the use of preoperative assessment clinics to ensure that patients were fit for surgery.
    • A nasogastric tube was placed, and preoperative antibiotics were administered.
    • The preoperative admission nurse instructs the patient to change into a hospital gown.
    • Some participants found it difficult to understand why a preoperative skin test was performed.
    • These patients may be a target group for specialist preoperative medical assessment.
    • Basic life support training is recommended for all nurses in the preoperative care unit.
    • The anesthesia care provider administers the block in the preoperative holding area.
    • The surgeon ordered preoperative blood laboratory work to include a blood glucose level.
    • The preoperative wait period is an ideal time for reducing cardiac risk factors, including insulin resistance.
    • Nursing assessment by hospital staff members begins with a preoperative telephone call to the patient.
    • Patients with clinical evidence of preoperative infection were excluded from the study.