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DECENTRAAL RAADPLEGEN

English translation: terminal access / remote logon

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Dutch term or phrase:decentraal raadplegen
English translation:terminal access / remote logon
Entered by: Chris Hopley
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09:33 Nov 24, 2001
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Medical
Dutch term or phrase: DECENTRAAL RAADPLEGEN
At the top of a lab report.

Help would also be appreciated with the following abbreviations also in header of the lab report:
RINQ*;
BSP: [e.g.3840]
AVSRT: [e.g. VW]
MAT/HERK: [e.g. U Urine]
AFNAME DATUM
Thanks so much. Fiona
Fiona Harris
United Kingdom
Local time: 05:39
terminal access / remote logon
Explanation:
Hi Fiona,

In this context, 'decentraal' refers to access to the central databases from a remote terminal.

'RINQ' stands for requisition inquiry.
'afname datum' is the date the sample was taken.
BSP possibly stands for bromosulphthalein, used in liver tests(?).
Mat/Herk perhaps stands for materieel/herkomst (guess).

Are any of these plausible in the context?

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Chris Hopley
Netherlands
Local time: 06:39
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terminal access / remote logon


Explanation:
Hi Fiona,

In this context, 'decentraal' refers to access to the central databases from a remote terminal.

'RINQ' stands for requisition inquiry.
'afname datum' is the date the sample was taken.
BSP possibly stands for bromosulphthalein, used in liver tests(?).
Mat/Herk perhaps stands for materieel/herkomst (guess).

Are any of these plausible in the context?



Chris Hopley
Netherlands
Local time: 06:39
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 2117
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