2 abbreviation

  1. 0 What does the 2 abbreviation mean? Secondary to?

    Here is an example:
    P: Disuse Osteoporosis
    E: lack of weight bearing stress on bones 2 to prescribed traction
    S: pathological fracture left hip

    Thanks!
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  4. Visit  cardiacRN2006 profile page
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    Yep, it means secondary to...

    So, the lack of weight bearing stress on the bones is secondary to (or caused by/or as a result of) the traction.
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    Quote from jakeMIKY
    What does the 2 abbreviation mean? Secondary to?

    Here is an example:
    P: Disuse Osteoporosis
    E: lack of weight bearing stress on bones 2 to prescribed traction
    S: pathological fracture left hip

    Thanks!
    It obviously doesn't apply in your context but in our hospital they also use it to mean hours.
  6. Visit  Angie O'Plasty, RN profile page
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    In our hospital, it's a doc's abbreviation for "Secondary to."
  7. Visit  iamunafraid profile page
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    Yep, I concurr. It's in a physician SOAP note, or progress note most of the time.
    Secondary to...


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