דחף

English translation: booster

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Hebrew term or phrase:דחף
English translation:booster
Entered by: moshiachnow

21:16 Dec 16, 2010
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Medical - Medical (general)
Hebrew term or phrase: דחף
On an ER summary/patient information form, there is a line that says דחף אחרון. It comes before a line that says Toxoid yes/no and just before a line that asks for the most recent blood sugar level taken with a glucometer (in case its placement on the form is useful information). I understand what a DAHAF is, but what is this phrase referring to? Could it mean the last time the person checked his/her blood sugar (the most recent DAHAF, maybe meaning when you push the meter on to your finger)??? Or something completely different?
moshiachnow
Israel
Local time: 22:15
booster
Explanation:
ER medical sheets commonly have an entry for booster shots, referring to Tetanus booster shots.

It is a reminder to the MD to fill out that info before discharging
a trauma pt or a reminder as part of the medical assessment of
a trauma pt.

it has nothing to do with the entry for blood glucose levels or with
the use of a glucometer.

eytan
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Eytan Rubinstien MD
Local time: 15:15
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booster


Explanation:
ER medical sheets commonly have an entry for booster shots, referring to Tetanus booster shots.

It is a reminder to the MD to fill out that info before discharging
a trauma pt or a reminder as part of the medical assessment of
a trauma pt.

it has nothing to do with the entry for blood glucose levels or with
the use of a glucometer.

eytan


Eytan Rubinstien MD
Local time: 15:15
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