I am reading a few patient notes and see
2/2 used several times, e.g.:
- Unclear if 2/2 to aspiration
- Recurrent UTIs and hosp. for urosepsis - thought 2/2 to chronic indwelling Foley catheter for neurogenic bladder.
- Trach was placed because was unable to clear secretions on her own 2/2 to respiratory weakness
- Her decreased responsiveness was thought to be 2/2 to meningitis
- pt has respiratory weakeness 2/2 to multiple sclerosis
2/2 mean in a patient note?