repassado na totalidade ou com trespasse;

English translation: Totally ripped or perfurated

13:37 May 14, 2019
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
Portuguese term or phrase: repassado na totalidade ou com trespasse;
From instructions for hospital discharge about when to change dressings.. I'm not sure what this means exactly - I am thinking repassado is 'soiled' - maybe a better medical term used for dressings.. but the "trespasse" I have no idea..

"Dirigir-se ao Centro de Saúde da sua Área de Residência, em dias alternados, para que seja efetuado o penso,
ou com maior frequência, se o penso se encontrar molhado, descolado, repassado na totalidade ou com
trespasse;"
Jack Martin
Brazil
Local time: 18:36
English translation:Totally ripped or perfurated
Explanation:
Totally ripped or perfurated

I checked with a PhD in the area.
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Letícia Freitas
Brazil
Local time: 17:36
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5 +1Totally ripped or perfurated
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Totally ripped or perfurated


Explanation:
Totally ripped or perfurated

I checked with a PhD in the area.

Letícia Freitas
Brazil
Local time: 17:36
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