Dear Dr. McEver, Hospital employees, especially when talking to the media, often describe a patient’s condition as “stable.” What does that mean? And when they say a person’s condition is “fair,” how does that differ from “good”? Jo Jones Edmond, OK Dr. McEver Prescribes There is no universal definition of the term “stable” in the […]
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