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  1. Reading lab values from figure on chart... | allnurses

    Hi and This type of shorthand for writing lab values is called a lattice format. The correct way of writing these grids is found on page 4 of the linked document ...

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  1. Format for handwritten lab values | allnurses

    I use them every day...stick figures for lab values>>> Sorry, my computer can't draw the stick and put the values in at the same time...however if you use the sticks ...

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  1. How do I physically write faster? - speedwriting shorthand ...

    Feb 18, 2008 · I use flowy ink pens to write faster. G2's flow pretty well, sometimes I use ultra-fine point sharpies. I also don't hold my pencil the normal way.

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  1. PROFILES AND PITFALLS: Practical Topics in Lab Diagnosis

    PROFILES AND PITFALLS: Practical Topics in Lab Diagnosis Ed Friedlander, M.D., Pathologist scalpel_blade@yahoo.com No texting or chat messages, please.

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  1. BMP / CBC Short-handFishbone” Explained | William ...

    BMP/CBC Short-handFishbone” Explained. I made this diagram today explaining the BMP/CBC “Fishbone” diagram. This is a short-hand way of writing essential ...

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  1. How to Write a Lab Report Conclusion | eHow

    Jan 05, 2010 · How to Write a Lab Report Conclusion. A lab report is a written report that is generally characterized by a scientific examination or experiment conducted ...

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  1. Main/Power Glows - Television Tropes & Idioms

    Power glows. The more power, the more glow. So, anything that glows is automatically presumed to be superior to otherwise identical things that don't glow, and more ...

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