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T. Oper.

English translation: End of Operation


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Spanish term or phrase:T. Oper.
English translation:End of Operation
Entered by: Robert Forstag
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14:30 Nov 11, 2003
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Spanish term or phrase: T. Oper.
[The term is one of a series listed on a row down the left side of a grid chart upon which a two saw-toothed lines and one wavy line have been graphed. This is aparently a graph of the patient's vital signs during an orchiectomy procedure.]
Robert Forstag
United States
Local time: 02:52
operation/surgery terminated
marks the end of the surgery
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Ivannia Garcia
Local time: 01:52
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4 +4operation/surgery terminated
Ivannia Garcia
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Cristina Danasel



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operation/surgery terminated

marks the end of the surgery

Ivannia Garcia
Local time: 01:52
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I've seen "I oper" and "T oper" ("oper" as subscript) on a graphic displaying characteristics of some device using optical fiber connectors. In this context, "I oper" would be electrical current intensity measured in Ampers (symbol "A") and "T oper" would be a temperature measured in degrees Celsius.

Maybe it helps. Good luck.

Cristina Danasel
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