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flowsheet
American English: /ˈfloʊˌʃit/
British English: /ˈfləʊʃiːt/

noun

  • flow chart
    Example sentences
    • This means that flowsheets used for charting can never be left where someone may inadvertently see them.
    • This tool could take the form of a pain flowsheet, as recommended in the literature, to allow ongoing assessment before and after a pain intervention is undertaken.
    • Indeed, in previous studies, documentation on pain assessment improved with implementation of a pain flowsheet.

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