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Cards

Cards  n.— «If that doesn’t control their pain, we (perhaps uncharitably) say they “failed two rounds.” When admitting such a “sickler,” we have to decide whether to send them to “Gens,” the general...

Honk

Honk  n.— «If that doesn’t control their pain, we (perhaps uncharitably) say they “failed two rounds.” When admitting such a “sickler,” we have to decide whether to send them to “Gens,” the general...

sickler

sickler  n.— «If that doesn’t control their pain, we (perhaps uncharitably) say they “failed two rounds.” When admitting such a “sickler,” we have to decide whether to send them to “Gens,” the general...

player

player  n.— «Some patients are referred to as “players,” I know not why. You might “inherit” a “dialysis player” at signout—that is, come to a shift and take over the care of a patient who is on chronic...

peedie

peedie  n.— «“Peeds” or “peedie” when spoken by any doctor means a pediatric patient—that is, a child. But “auto versus peeds” in the ER means a car hit a pedestrian, age unspecified.» —“Doctors’ Lingo...

peed

peed  n.— «“Peeds” or “peedie” when spoken by any doctor means a pediatric patient—that is, a child. But “auto versus peeds” in the ER means a car hit a pedestrian, age unspecified.» —“Doctors’ Lingo That...