Thursday, May 19, 2022

Re: Abbreviations

Pat McKee

Dear Karl

I noticed that you use OT for orthopedic technician. That same acronym is

commonly used for Occupational Therapy, for which I saw no abbreviation.

Pat McKee, M.Sc., O.T.(C),

Assistant Professor,

Department of Occupational Therapy,

University of Toronto

416-978-1817

On Thu, 26 Nov 1998 12:23:54 -0500 Karl Montan wrote:

> From: Karl Montan

> Date: Thu, 26 Nov 1998 12:23:54 -0500

> Subject: Abbreviations

> To: [email protected]

>

> To OANDP list members,

>

> If we are reading an English text about prosthetics, we have to

> understand a lot of abbreviations. At least if we live outside

> Englishspeaking countries, we are mostly not familiar with these codes.

> A time ago I raised the question on this list and asked for help. I

> thank everyone for this contribution and you can see the result below.

> If you find any error or want to make a completion, please do so.

> Thereafter I mean to use it for my homepage

> http://www.algonet.se/~karlm/.

> As I am particularly interested in the problems of partial foot

> amputees, I have in the list selected abbreviations related to leg

> prostehics .

> Karl Montan

>

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