So I need a data specialist who knows how to use python to sort medical data. MEDICAL DATA EXPEIRENCE IS A PLUS...
Bariatric Pre-Operative Information I have reviewed in detail the bariatric questionnaire and initial consultation and no changes are noted. The patient expresses continued desire for bariatric surgery. She has met our program requirements: weight loss, support group attendance, nutritionist evaluation and psychological evaluation. I counseled in excess of 30 minutes, explaining the changes in anatomy and nutrition, with reinforcement of the need for proper exercise, nutrition, social support and coping mechanisms. I reviewed the patient?s expectation of her ideal weight and emphasized bariatric surgery?s role as a tool, not a cure, for weight loss and the need for future healthy weight maintenance. Appropriate birth control methods were discussed. Patient's percentage of weight GAINED prior to surgery was 36%, gained 21 lbs. Past Medical History: Diagnosis Date ? Anemia ? Hepatitis B tPatientted with medication in 2006-no problems ? Obesity ? OSA (obstructive sleep apnea) 2/2013 face CPAP 5-9 Past Surgical History: Procedure Laterality Date ? BPatientST IMPLANT / EXPANDER INSERTION; SECONDARY PROCEDURE 1996 ? EGD WITH BIOPSY N/A 6/5/2017 Performed by Azagury, Dan Elison, MD at STANFORD HOSPITAL ENDOSCOPY ? EGD WITH BIOPSY 2/27/2013 Performed by Lau, Patient N, MD at STANFORD HOSPITAL ENDOSCOPY ? HX OTHER SURGICAL HISTORY removal of excess skin ? HX RHINOPLASTY ? LAPAROSCOPIC SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY N/A 4/26/2013 Performed by Rivas, Homero, MD at STANFORD HOSPITAL MAIN OR Current Outpatient Prescriptions: ? CALCIUM PO, take by mouth. , Disp: , Rfl: ? entecavir (BARACLUDE) 0.5 mg tablet, TAKE 1 TABLET BY MOUTH DAILY, Disp: , Rfl: ? etodolac (LODINE) 400 mg tablet, TAKE 1 TABLET 2X DAILY WITH MEALS FOR FOOT PAIN., Disp: , Rfl: 0 Physical Exam: Ht Patientdings from Last 1 Encounters: 12/21/17 1.575 m (5' 2") Wt Patientdings from Last 1 Encounters: 12/21/17 102.7 kg (226 lb 6.6 oz) Body mass index is 41.41 kg/m?. BP Patientdings from Last 1 Encounters: 12/21/17 143/80 Pulse Patientdings from Last 1 Encounters: 12/21/17 112 The patient is alert & oriented x 3. Heart sounds have regular rate and rhythm, without murmurs, rubs or gallops. BPatientth sounds are clear bilaterally. The abdomen is soft and nontender. No edema, cyanosis or clubbing noted in extremities. The patient had had prior abdominal surgery. Patient does not require IVC filters. The patient is advised of the risks and benefits of the procedure. The benefits of weight loss and comorbidity resolution were detailed. The risks discussed included, but were not limited to, death, pulmonary embolus, DVT, Anastomotic leak, Gastrojejunal, jejunal-jejunal stomal stenosis, bowel injury, bowel leak, bowel obstruction, splenic injury and removal, gastric leak, gastric-gastric fistula, ulcers, hernia, bleeding, infection, heart attack, stroke, renal, liver or pulmonary failure, need for reoperation, gallbladder or common bile duct problems, vitamin deficiencies, malabsorption, potential for weight regain or lack of weight loss, potential for excessive nausea or vomiting, or excessive weight loss. In addition, for our band patients the potential complications discussed are: band slippage, prolapse, erosion and esophageal dysmotility. I stressed that the procedure is irreversible, and entirely elective. I, Clara Resurreccion, served as a scribe for Dr. Homero Rivas. Clara Resurreccion Bariatric Nurse Coordinator I, Homero Rivas, MD, performed a substantive portion of an E/M visit face-to-face with the same patient on the same date of service with the Advanced Practice Provider (APP).
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Good day! I'm an expert Python developer, I checked the data and I wanted to know how are you going to sort this data, I mean based on what? Please message me for details :)
I have delivered multiple projects in python. I have 8+ years of experience into software development. Please provide more clarity on your requirements to take it forward.
Hi, there. I am interested in your python projects. By the way, what rules are you going to use to sort data? Do you have any idea? Looking forward to hearing from you. Best wishes.
I'm working as a Sr. Data Scientist and work extensively in Python to preprocess various types of data including texts. So I'm sure I'll be able to help you on this. Thanks, BR Emre Kucuk, PhD
Dear Sir Please note that i can handle the mentioned job , as i have medical health care back ground in addition to data analyses experience , as IBM python certified .