AS (abbreviation)

English translation: Heart rate (akcja serca for AS)

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Polish term or phrase:AS (abbreviation)
English translation:Heart rate (akcja serca for AS)
Entered by: Elizabeth Niklewska

04:28 Nov 10, 2020
Polish to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
Polish term or phrase: AS (abbreviation)
The patient has undergone aneurysm operation.

I am thinking of translating "RR" as "Respiratory rate" as this makes more sense than the usual translation "BP" = "Blood pressure" in the context below (but please tell me if you think I am wrong), but can't find to what parameter "AS" refers:

"Konsultacja neurochirurgiczna
Wynik konsultacji: Pacjentka w 1 dobie po operacji pękniętego tętniaka RMCA [right middle cerebral artery] z krwiakiem śródmózgowym (klipsowanie tętniaka drogą kraniektomii).
Stan ogólny pacjentki ciężki; zaintubowana; oddech - respirator. RR i *AS* w granicach normy. Aktualnie z uwagi na sedację farmakologiczną ocena stanu neurologicznego niemożliwa; źrenice równe, okrągłe, szpilkowate, areaktywne."

Thanks for any help - I hate abbreviations!
Elizabeth Niklewska
United Kingdom
Local time: 07:07
Heart rate (akcja serca for AS)
Explanation:
IMHO
The two abbreviations should read BP and HR.
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Clinton Muoto
United States
Local time: 23:07
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Heart rate (akcja serca for AS)


Explanation:
IMHO
The two abbreviations should read BP and HR.

Clinton Muoto
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Local time: 23:07
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Thanks for your quick reply!
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Asker: Yep, makes sense!

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