bivale LLE

Spanish translation: Escayola O órtesis/refuerzo bivalvo (en extremidad inferior izquierda)

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English term or phrase:bivalve LLE
Spanish translation:Escayola O órtesis/refuerzo bivalvo (en extremidad inferior izquierda)
Entered by: Eduardo López

04:33 Aug 2, 2018
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Medical - Medical (general) / Clinical review of a patient
English term or phrase: bivale LLE
Progress/Strength to Achieving Goals: Working on swallowing with SLP, mild dysphasia - adv thin diet with 1:1 supervision which daughter is providing. Impaired cognition with severe apraxia of speech. Hard to tease out behaviors vs poor comprehension. Does well with familiar information but has trouble with identifying common objects. Needs encouragement and education. Have trialed therapy with and without daughter present, better attention without daughter present. Can hum a song but have not heard words yet. Working with familiar things like happy birthday song. Max A bed mobility can sit up on her own but won't to command. Dep for initiation of movement. 10ft with rw mod/max x2 wears bivale LLE.


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Saludos, estimables colegas. Desde ya agradezco sus sugerencias. Sé que LLE debe significar left lower extremity, pero el otro término, desconozco. Gracias.
Eduardo López
Puerto Rico
Local time: 16:24
Escayola O órtesis/refuerzo bivalvo (en extremidad inferior izquierda)
Explanation:
Creo que es un typo y quiere decir bivalve (Bi-valve, bivalved) cast o brace.

Por lo tanto:
Escayola O órtesis/refuerzo bivalvo
Es decir, uno que se pueda abrir, como un molusco bivalvo, para inspeccionar/limpiar/cuidar a menudo. Dependiendo del contexto puedes averiguar si es una escayola (se ha roto algo?) o un órtesis/refuerzo.

https://www.cascade-usa.com/orthomerica-c2-ae-humeral-fractu...
https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/bivalved ca...
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S. Kathryn Jiménez Boyd
Spain
Local time: 22:24
Grading comment
Gracias por la ayuda
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3 +3Escayola O órtesis/refuerzo bivalvo (en extremidad inferior izquierda)
S. Kathryn Jiménez Boyd


  

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bivale lle
Escayola O órtesis/refuerzo bivalvo (en extremidad inferior izquierda)


Explanation:
Creo que es un typo y quiere decir bivalve (Bi-valve, bivalved) cast o brace.

Por lo tanto:
Escayola O órtesis/refuerzo bivalvo
Es decir, uno que se pueda abrir, como un molusco bivalvo, para inspeccionar/limpiar/cuidar a menudo. Dependiendo del contexto puedes averiguar si es una escayola (se ha roto algo?) o un órtesis/refuerzo.

https://www.cascade-usa.com/orthomerica-c2-ae-humeral-fractu...
https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/bivalved ca...

S. Kathryn Jiménez Boyd
Spain
Local time: 22:24
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Gracias por la ayuda

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  George Simon: LLE= Left Lower Extremity
3 hrs
  -> Thanks, George!

agree  Chema Nieto Castañón: Bivalve; Ortesis bivalva en pierna izquierda parece tener sentido en el contexto de un ictus severo (sin fractura) como el descrito que aún no ha iniciado movilización activa significativa.
13 hrs
  -> Si, tiene todo el sentido. Y gracias por el detalle de que ortesis es femenina y llevaría un adjetivo femenino, se me escapó decirlo.

agree  JohnMcDove
18 hrs
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