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Complete thread -- (there is macroglossia. Maybe doc goofed. But meaning is clear. I can't advise.
Complete thread -- Just because something is new to you doesn't mean much. Easy to verify that Drysol is
Complete thread -- XARELTO® (rivaroxaban). for DVT comes in 20 mg dose
Complete thread -- Does not say what it is for. Just lists it as a medication. Will try it with the X. Tha
Complete thread -- What is it fOR?
Complete thread -- oops, Cymbalta??
Complete thread -- Cymalta?? do you have a past medical history?
Complete thread -- Xarelto ?? What is it for .
Complete thread -- medication s/l Zar-all-ta
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help. He says it pretty clear, so I guess I will go with it.
Complete thread -- All I see is hypoglossia. I did find glossitis, inflammation of the tongue
Complete thread -- Patient with tongue swelling. Impression: *Hyperglossia*. Is this a real word?
Complete thread -- never mind. He had salvage radiation/chemotherapy
Complete thread -- s/l "salvage/salvaged" with radiation and Temodar chemotherapy
Complete thread -- okay thank you, and yesi have a tendency to over think things :)
Complete thread -- I think you're questioning it too much. If he clearly says intestinal, I'd type
Complete thread -- there are no (?intestinal) manifestations of inflammatory bowel disease...
Complete thread -- Drysol is usually for excessive sweating, but has aluminum chloride, so might work?
Complete thread -- it is so slurred I can't make out anything other than hypertension & allergies
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- He's just repeating "procedure was repeated"
Complete thread -- Procedure was repeated and _____ at the sacral ala
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- A moistened *Hayden* sponge was used to pack the omentum and bowel. nm
Complete thread -- s/l RT mo
Complete thread -- consider noNspecific bowel dilatation and loops of small bowel
Complete thread -- yep, that is what he says. seven fourhundred and one I'd flag
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot! I did not seem to find it.
Complete thread -- triangle of the neck is an anatomical designation
Complete thread -- dilation would fit - unsure about the model part
Complete thread -- no specific *model ideation* of loops of small bowel
Complete thread -- . Bilirubin was 4.3. GPT _____, GOT 622, alkaline phosphatase 209
Complete thread -- Thera-Tab (yes, a vite)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Yep, that's it. :)
Complete thread -- Medication s/l "thera-tab", pt has hypertension, dyslipidemia, but could be some OTC
Complete thread -- I think it's "Drysol"
Complete thread -- Pt with suspected BCC on earlobe. Lesion was harvested with a flexible
Complete thread -- It sounds like "the 2 x 2" recurrent ventral hernia, but "2 x 2" doesn't make sense does
Complete thread -- thanks, i had already flagged it.
Complete thread -- neck? - sounds more like they're in the armpit area (axillary)
Complete thread -- me too, almost as if it's "ileac" (as in ileal)
Complete thread -- (the) neck
Complete thread -- first blank sounds like ileal or ileo to me
Complete thread -- Crizotinib?
Complete thread -- s/l triangle of thack
Complete thread -- GPT seven four hundred and one
Complete thread -- ? elective
Complete thread -- My first listen would be for bevacizumab, but that isn't close to your s/l... working on
Complete thread -- Would look for something ending -zumab and count syllables--see if that helps...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Can only think of cetuximab. Check spelling.
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l silotuzimed chemotherapy drug
Complete thread -- And also no need to put as a diagnosis in parenthases.
Complete thread -- And your comma belongs inside the quotation marks!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- Is there really a need for all those exclamation points?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- obstructing choana bilaterally. Hemostasis was _____ . The nasopharynx and orophary
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- A double _______?
Complete thread -- I have never heard those as interchangeable?
Complete thread -- I would not use /
Complete thread -- Yes I did, and thus the question arose !!!!!!!
Complete thread -- Did you google the phrase with quotes? That should help.
Complete thread -- procedure was performed. _____ speculum was inserted
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Question, see msg. Thanks
Complete thread -- ? like 118?
Complete thread -- yes, loss of resistance fits
Complete thread -- What happens when you have a question that is obvious to everyone? No stupid question.
Complete thread -- desaturations dropped to? desats?
Complete thread -- I hear desat (desaturation)
Complete thread -- here, let me google that for you
Complete thread -- wow
Complete thread -- CA
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- demonstrated an AHI of 9.5 with _____ 90%. He had tonsillar
Complete thread -- wrapped in a ______ sponge and the valve itself
Complete thread -- cancer abbreviation: ca or Ca ?
Complete thread -- never mind thanks
Complete thread -- s/l LPJ?
Complete thread -- diagnoses/conditions?
Complete thread -- Pt has been on relatively large dose of *PPE.* What's PPE?
Complete thread -- fixed
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l bassy soaked sponge
Complete thread -- Drugs.com apparently is still infected. See inside for more info:
Complete thread -- thats it! Thank you.
Complete thread -- She stumbles and says "he imported (changes her mind and says) reported...
Complete thread -- what do you hear, immediatelyreported?
Complete thread -- Actually it does fit context
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- it is loss of resistance
Complete thread -- Injectate is correct; not referring to the needle insertion area but the tract of the
Complete thread -- Can't open wav, but there is a loss of resistance technique though doesn't fit context
Complete thread -- does that sound like "until lots of resistance"
Complete thread -- dispensed #120
Complete thread -- bleeding tendencies.
Complete thread -- I think she says 0.5 mL for the first one. The last sentence is
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The fluoroscopy was utilized to confirm needle injectate localization
Complete thread -- Pamelor
Complete thread -- you're right, I just uploade it now. Sorry
Complete thread -- could it be under 120 instead of 120
Complete thread -- Did you check to see if the wav posted? Cos I don't hear one.
Complete thread -- bleeding diathesis or recent infection?
Complete thread -- how would you write this out? medication
Complete thread -- patient was given a prescription for s/l Pamor for
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- That could be, I think I will write it although it is not so clear
Complete thread -- new doctor, please help
Complete thread -- hematemesis?
Complete thread -- The patient denied any history of bleeding, s/l hematheses or recent infecti
Complete thread -- injections were performed.
Complete thread -- of course not.
Complete thread -- should ammonia lactate lotion be capitalized?
Complete thread -- Today an L2-L3 and L3-L4 lumbar epidural steroid injection was performed
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- bupivicaine
Complete thread -- not 40 but 20 mg of Depo-Medrol; not "and" but "in." Blank=pain relief med.
Complete thread -- please help with WAV
Complete thread -- WAG: cuboid
Complete thread -- found it coma/near-coma testing :-)
Complete thread -- patient in coma; s/l cul-mon-eer coma teseting
Complete thread -- Yeah, I did because I found that's the way it is on the book itself.
Complete thread -- cool. I would go ahead and capitalize all the words, myself.
Complete thread -- Not when quotes are dictated, at least not on this account.
Complete thread -- Nope. Sorry.
Complete thread -- hmm, if it's from the breast itself, it is not extramammary
Complete thread -- book titles are typically underlined
Complete thread -- I found an image of the book. forcusing? lol, I need sleep
Complete thread -- Should all words be capped in a book title? Minding my Mitochondria, or Minding My
Complete thread -- vascular compromise?
Complete thread -- Heel spurring, but no evidence of *keypoint* compromise.
Complete thread -- I hear chronic lead all the time on pacemaker insertions. Found
Complete thread -- Wait, slowed down and it's "once every 6 months." Thanks.
Complete thread -- leuprolide IM s/l "136 months" ? maybe 1 every 3 to 6 months??
Complete thread -- great, now we just need the doctor to tell us which one(s) he says cause he doesn't
Complete thread -- oooOOOooo! VERY good suggestion!
Complete thread -- doc may be using "chronic" to mean "long-term, indwelling" leads we're not messing with.
Complete thread -- Could it be Medtronic?
Complete thread -- New job, unfamiliar dictator. Doing pacemaker generator change. sm
Complete thread -- I didn't post this and probably would have searched this way if I hadn't heard
Complete thread -- That could be. Sounds pretty darn clear as A to me. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ingredients:
Complete thread -- whatever
Complete thread -- and that will tell me what ingredients he is specifically referring to? Naw
Complete thread -- and that will tell me what ingredients he is specifically referring to? Naw
Complete thread -- DNRA could be DO NOT RESUSCITATE -- ARREST ?
Complete thread -- NM - Creon -(C - reon)
Complete thread -- DNR/DNI - do not resuscitate/do not intubate?
Complete thread -- added:
Complete thread -- The patient has a "DNRA" or DNR8" code status (VR has DNR 8). Not
Complete thread -- From med list - s/l *sar e on* 24,000 units daily
Complete thread -- Actually, it was vasospasm. I put it on hold and just now went back to listen again, and
Complete thread -- you can go to the lipo-6 hers supplement page for the ingredients
Complete thread -- I can't even comment without giggling
Complete thread -- and w/o knowing which ingredients he is referring to, cannot really go check those specifi
Complete thread -- Thanks but it really s/l vaso or vesso staffin. I thought maybe vasospasm but can't get
Complete thread -- vasoconstriction?
Complete thread -- s/l vaso staffin
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much. You are great!
Complete thread -- My mind stays in the gutter, so no, no wonder at all. :D
Complete thread -- you need 22-gauge, 3-1/2-inch
Complete thread -- has nothing to do with it, but makes ya wonder how the patient got that there...
Complete thread -- #2 - CSF, epidural placement?
Complete thread -- 2nd is IV, CSF, epidural placement, or ...
Complete thread -- Omnipaque 180
Complete thread -- please help with WAV
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- more context please????
Complete thread -- HPV6- and 11-positive papilloma from
Complete thread -- how would you hyphenate this? sm please
Complete thread -- The patient was placed on the "fuloculate" in a prone position
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- ...and alternatives. Informed consent was obtained...
Complete thread -- please help. Thank you
Complete thread -- if he said amox as the post implies, just put amoxicillin. the generic will always
Complete thread -- but did he say Amoxil OR amoxicillin?
Complete thread -- naw. Amoxil IS amoxicillin. :D
Complete thread -- well, you could try the ever overlooked semicolon....i.e.,
Complete thread -- I even tried PCI/PCA, T and D.. but nada. I would not even guess that
Complete thread -- absorption of CSF but cant get the trans word
Complete thread -- or Amoxil. flag
Complete thread -- have persisted following a course of (s/l the amox)
Complete thread -- grammar help
Complete thread -- agree, leave as dictated
Complete thread -- Thanks. I copied adn made note of these rules.
Complete thread -- me either, or for TCI or TCA. way wag: direct (determination of) cryptococcal antigen,DCA
Complete thread -- alleviate her (?perianal) symptoms then alleviate the (?perineal) symptoms
Complete thread -- "dural" is in there just before CSF, I think.
Complete thread -- before listening to wave, wonder "transudation"
Complete thread -- trans____ of CSF
Complete thread -- thank you both for the help, I think I had better flag this one.
Complete thread -- I would too
Complete thread -- I don't see anything for either DCI or DCA?
Complete thread -- wondering if it is something to do with Cryptococcus neoformans, CrAg, or ribosomal DNA
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think I will stick with the comma.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, M!
Complete thread -- sm plse - not sure what s/l DCI (or DCA) means in this context
Complete thread -- to docu, google joint excursion end feel. (how it feels to the doc's hands at end)
Complete thread -- end feel (whether joint excursion stops with a bang or a whimper, to doc's touch.
Complete thread -- Extension is to 10 degrees with empty *en-feel.* Flexion is to...
Complete thread -- got it - Tietze syndrome. Thanks to those that tried.
Complete thread -- Nope - per BOS3
Complete thread -- Yes it's in Stedman's Medical & Surgical Equipment Words. Misspelled - it's spondylitic
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- op performed: Debridement, s/l spondolytic bar, left L5-S1/disc herniation.
Complete thread -- For archives: FOUR Score (coma) is Full Outline for UnResponsiveness
Complete thread -- I hear with tracking.
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- oop, scratch that, it's Certa Plus
Complete thread -- drug list for 74 yo woman
Complete thread -- Unsure if comma needed before 'there'. E.g. In March, there was a consult concerning.
Complete thread -- that makes much more sense now doesn't it?!
Complete thread -- wouldn't 'tracking' be 'tachy' device?
Complete thread -- sounds to me like two-zone tracking device
Complete thread -- Wav posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- I think I'm going to go with what was dictated. Thank you, though!
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks. Was going to make this an MP3.
Complete thread -- Go ahead and post. I will make mine an MP3.
Complete thread -- is relatively normal?
Complete thread -- wav not posted yet... waiting for previous
Complete thread -- Device configured as a _____ at 188 and 185 and 240 beats per minute
Complete thread -- Sorry! Hit enter before I was done.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- What do you do with lymph node ectomy?
Complete thread -- right as the cystic duct entered
Complete thread -- WAG right as the ____ entered the gallbladder
Complete thread -- I went with 1 word.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- one clip distally right _____ gallbladder. We then dissected
Complete thread -- She had extra mammary tissue excised from the breast.
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- extramammary means outside of the breast
Complete thread -- He probably means effusion. It is something I would flag as a discrepancy but that is per
Complete thread -- extramammary or extra mammary when used with tissue and not
Complete thread -- patient with neck pain
Complete thread -- WOW!! Thanks a million!! ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- perseverates
Complete thread -- non-medical word
Complete thread -- Tyrer-Cuzick
Complete thread -- breast cancer risk assessment s/l tyra cusack model
Complete thread -- sure it's not shigella?
Complete thread -- Medtronic ... serial number
Complete thread -- active fixation 6947M-62_____ TDK045804V. R-waves 9.6 millivolts,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- pineal?
Complete thread -- Many thanks guys.
Complete thread -- AIN (anterior interosseous nerve) PIN (posterior interosseous nerve) ?
Complete thread -- link for future use in how to find (sm)
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- anterior interosseous nerve (AIN) posterior interosseous nerve (PIN)
Complete thread -- s/l A-I-N-P-I-N
Complete thread -- I listened. Had no clue. It might help if you could get a sample report for this
Complete thread -- I was just wondering if he was saying cysto-rectocele backward.
Complete thread -- sounds like he's schmoozing it all together as rectocystocele
Complete thread -- I would guess that they are just saying urine probe but you will know
Complete thread -- Thanks. Dictator new to me...it was a short note and I just left it blank.
Complete thread -- MP3 file. I do not think that is cystocele.
Complete thread -- probe? There is a Gen probe, not sure how that is formatted.
Complete thread -- Plan: s/l "urine pro" for GC and chlamydia.
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- Since its a fusion, I'd go with L4-L5-S1 too.
Complete thread -- THANKS so much :]
Complete thread -- coincidentally I am doing the same procedure and they are using a real 41 mm diameter head
Complete thread -- Total Hip sounds like "Real" liner
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- how about, trocar was then rotated inward. The needle tip was felt with the...
Complete thread -- finger just to be
Complete thread -- then rotated *inward of the needle tip* was felt with the vaginal
Complete thread -- large enough for ___________inserted in both directions.
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- By George I think you might have something there! Still sounds like "norky", but I think
Complete thread -- Tough one! How about milky?
Complete thread -- is the patient an inpatient? In-house is a very common phrase in that setting
Complete thread -- s/l pinal bumper ?
Complete thread -- definitely. I wish it was that simple. I have been doing Ophthalmology for over a year
Complete thread -- please see message.
Complete thread -- Are you sure doc isn't just correcting himself...norky...nuclear
Complete thread -- Definitely need more information on that one...
Complete thread -- s/l "norky" nuclear sclerotic cataract. Any ideas? Thank you.
Complete thread -- s/l "norky
Complete thread -- Thank you, but I don't really believe they mean the same thing.
Complete thread -- Me personally, L4, L5, S1
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure it's L4-L5-S1 but I need second opinion
Complete thread -- PT s/p fusion -- bone graft *L4 L5 S1* segment -- L4, L5, S1, L4-L5-S1 or L4-L5, S1
Complete thread -- i got it, its Shiga
Complete thread -- any "sound like" to give us a clue what you are asking? Thanks
Complete thread -- RECENT HISTORY OF ACUTE ONSET OF BLOODY DIARRHEA: The concern of cour ...
Complete thread -- s/l Guaer-angled 8-French catheter was navigated into right carotid artery. thanks.
Complete thread -- WAG tsar, tzar, czar?
Complete thread -- Well yes, they are, lol. But urine glucose of 1000 is still critical, so....
Complete thread -- After CPR, he never had shockable s/l effort or perfusing rhythm. tx
Complete thread -- chest tube placement. Final sentence, s/l Trauma SAR was present for the procedure. t
Complete thread -- this dictation is in its 9th minute and I have typed half a page! most of the time he is
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- That's what I was afraid of. Can't think what he means or what he's saying instead.
Complete thread -- I can't seem to find anything to make it make sense. (I don't even
Complete thread -- Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks. ...
Complete thread -- there needs to be a period somewhere...not sure though. Either
Complete thread -- punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- medication S/L Rapomex
Complete thread -- Maybe they're using a different unit of measure that makes it sound
Complete thread -- That sounds scary!!! "
Complete thread -- Wow. I'm diabetic and cannot begin to imagine!
Complete thread -- I see urine glucoses of 1000 and 2000 in archives, so ...maybe?
Complete thread -- Dictator says patient has urine glucose of 5000. Is that possible?
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- But, thanks for the info - all new for me!
Complete thread -- lol - yep comparing to the s/l. mine was only 3. happy medium is 4. LOL
Complete thread -- Sorry, I know you are comparing to the s/l, it just sounded funny.
Complete thread -- lol...is there a limit on syllables?
Complete thread -- Dede, let us know if you find out what it is. I'm curious now.
Complete thread -- that's 5 syllables, but okay, could be.
Complete thread -- I think he's saying enumerating... Thanks.
Complete thread -- i'm sure its something like 'including the nature of the procedure...'
Complete thread -- After discussing these findings .... s/l immoobering the nature of the procedure
Complete thread -- sentence before, after, and what joint?
Complete thread -- thanks for your input which I've made note of. Flagging this one.
Complete thread -- best guess is 129 M(illion) iow 129,000 CFUs
Complete thread -- best guess is 129 M(illion) iow 129,000 CFUs
Complete thread -- all I'm finding is like 100,000 cfu (colony forming units) but nothing like what you have
Complete thread -- Sounds like to me he might have changed his mind.
Complete thread -- E. coli culture - (s/l 129 M)
Complete thread -- Oh well, can't win them all. Thanks anyway :)
Complete thread -- Yeah, me neither. I can clearly hear him saying what he is sayin, but coming up
Complete thread -- I'm not getting anywhere, going to blank it. Thanks for trying :)
Complete thread -- Sorry, phacoemulsification and implantation of intraocular lens
Complete thread -- I can hear something, but... what is the procedure exactly?
Complete thread -- just google 'microarray'
Complete thread -- I don't know why you'd have to flag it if he said it. It's just the full latin
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- 1q21.1 microdeletion of 1.19 Mb size
Complete thread -- Ah, never mind! Just occurred to me what he meant. I need to punctuate
Complete thread -- Could this ever make any sense....ESL again, aortobifemoral bypass note...Please
Complete thread -- I'll flag. He just isn't a very good dictator. Thanks for your time!
Complete thread -- S/L "Ampuduen" is nontender and she has stable collateral ligaments at that joint
Complete thread -- He also participated in his iPad game trying to use fine motor skills.
Complete thread -- Frankly, I would flag before I used that.
Complete thread -- arteria segmenti inferioris renis? Never see that this way.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I meant to say I hear that "is" sound at end very clearly. But
Complete thread -- A *pee tee oral* catheter was placed and central venous catheter with....
Complete thread -- I thought I heard iPad in there and they use that at the facility.
Complete thread -- infrarenal?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Has occlusion of his aorta distal to his right *in-fear-ee-is* renal...
Complete thread -- oops, here's what he says...
Complete thread -- Trying to make sense of this. Op note and under drains, he says:
Complete thread -- Thx! ...
Complete thread -- cervical, axillary, or inguinal lymph node
Complete thread -- No cervical s/l exhilarated on gohead lymph node palpable???
Complete thread -- thanks, couldn't get close enough for google to help, but you did!!
Complete thread -- integrase ?
Complete thread -- Oh, my gosh, I think that's it. Pt is morbidly obese, so that would make sense. Tx!!
Complete thread -- any underlying organs?
Complete thread -- s/l integraza
Complete thread -- Abdomen: Unable to palpate any of the "line orbins."
Complete thread -- " treatment--whether caused by the bronch-med diagnostic procedure or the chemo itself--"
Complete thread -- I was thinking that... thanks!
Complete thread -- then I'd render it bronch/med (bronchoscopy and mediastinoscopy. easy
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. Unfortunately, I'm working on a verbatim
Complete thread -- fragile/weak
Complete thread -- Posted By: sunny on 2007-06-27
Complete thread -- via MTxxxxxS
Complete thread -- procedure - s/l "bronchmeed"
Complete thread -- yes, thank you that someone else feels that way too!
Complete thread -- I hear 2
Complete thread -- Neurology - Plantar reflexes
Complete thread -- yup that sounds perfect
Complete thread -- polymerase? (guessing)
Complete thread -- I hear that now! I guess my head was back in Play-Doh.
Complete thread -- at propelling the Roller Racer
Complete thread -- WAV posted (10 mg or 2 mg)???
Complete thread -- If we get any new trials for (???) inhibitors (re:Noninterferon based hep c treatment
Complete thread -- MP3, occupational therapy. Short snip because of name in the middle.
Complete thread -- I should read more comics. Thanks
Complete thread -- I'd think "um" would work.
Complete thread -- Occupational therapy report. Child says *um* for yummy. How is that spelled?
Complete thread -- ERMI Shoulder Flexionater?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I did research but wanted to make sure as has been some time since I've
Complete thread -- that is true. never can tell
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=pulmonary+function+test+fef+25-75&oq=pulmonary+funct
Complete thread -- IBM has begun notifying employees that layoffs or "resource actions" are coming. All in al
Complete thread -- So he's misreading or mistating and it would be FEF when followed by 25-75?
Complete thread -- Oops, hit enter too soon. Here's my question...
Complete thread -- Different measurements that may be found on your report after spirometry include:
Complete thread -- Having trouble with FEV1, FVC and one of them that has the 25-75....
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- ? positive
Complete thread -- I thought problem or clogged. Now, those do not even sound alike!
Complete thread -- Pacinian corpuscles
Complete thread -- Thanks! That's what I ended up doing (comma after ointment).
Complete thread -- ...intermittenly *a problem* but improved. ???
Complete thread -- I would only add 1 comma and that might not even be necessary.
Complete thread -- Decided on narcotized, weight, and flag the third one. Moving on now.
Complete thread -- NM, moving on.
Complete thread -- MP3 file. Only 1 blank on this report! Better.
Complete thread -- Pt s/p shoulder SAD, DCE, and biceps tenolysis
Complete thread -- I do believe associated. I did flag this though.
Complete thread -- Well, finding narcotized so that must be his first one.
Complete thread -- Is my punctuation correct for closure of wound and what was applied? See inside...
Complete thread -- no, he even says it twice. "resourced"
Complete thread -- I have 3 s/l inside for op note for removal of ganglion cyst-like lesion on toe.
Complete thread -- can you hear "outsourced"
Complete thread -- not a medical word, but . . . in dictation . .
Complete thread -- These were reapproximated with ________ 4-0 plain to the septum.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- makes sense. if the enzyme activity is not stable, then this or that happens.
Complete thread -- keep thinking that
Complete thread -- you're right, it must have been right treek
Complete thread -- get real?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- WAG spiral graft?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- gene mutation is associated with *intermittent level of enzyme activity* and does not
Complete thread -- These were reapproximated with *turning spirographs* 4-0 plain to the septum
Complete thread -- ? with some melanomatous changes
Complete thread -- stop date (the day to end the medication)
Complete thread -- you're picking up the "r" sound at the end of "for"
Complete thread -- Sorry - s/l "stop duty" is on July 5th.
Complete thread -- Patient is on IV cephazolin. Her s/l
Complete thread -- axonal shEaring
Complete thread -- it's possible that the transcription is off, not the dictator
Complete thread -- Listen for: She is NOW on a PPI on a regular, daily basis
Complete thread -- Will have to flag, not sure myself. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- sounds almost like tongue drop (which is a new one on me)
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- warfarin?
Complete thread -- I know :( Thanks all for your help! He got a blank on this one.
Complete thread -- I would definitely flag the PPI sentence. First he said she is not
Complete thread -- she is not on a PPI rarely BUT on a daily basis. if it on a daily basis, then it IS regu
Complete thread -- More like "She is not on a proton pump inhibitor on a regular daily basis"
Complete thread -- I know :) I was stretching for this one. Going to have to blank him
Complete thread -- The structure is what doesn't make sense, even with regular...
Complete thread -- let me rephrase that (SM)
Complete thread -- I thought associated. ??
Complete thread -- No, I can't :( how about instead of rarely, regular?
Complete thread -- That makes no sense, can you post a wave file?
Complete thread -- am I missing something here? brain cramp? (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I am getting other flags as he sped up more. Will flag that so I have it
Complete thread -- It probably is cystic. I thought associated!
Complete thread -- negative for cystic lung disease or COPD
Complete thread -- dayum, he is fast. Still think interstitial might be it
Complete thread -- I think it is there now! Sorry.
Complete thread -- no file? interstitial lung disease? chronic??
Complete thread -- No MP3 that I can hear yet
Complete thread -- I would flag it, can't guess on a med, could be something like Flomax and he is reading
Complete thread -- MP3 file. I think I hear what he is saying, just want to make sure.
Complete thread -- NM. Actifuse. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Thanks - new account.
Complete thread -- Graft using s/l accufuse as well as the patient's own bone marrow
Complete thread -- digoxin, Coumadin, Lasix, potassium, cholestyramine and ______.
Complete thread -- Sounds like he is saying OA then clarifying osteoarthritis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wav file. Is he saying OA for osteoarthritis or 08?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That's it, thanks!!
Complete thread -- axonal?
Complete thread -- At some point MRI of the brain evidenced *s/l actonal*sharing in the left side of the
Complete thread -- after OK with GI?
Complete thread -- cholestyramine? (reduces cholesterol) (also Coreg is capitalized)
Complete thread -- resumed after ____ GI and Coumadin
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- meds s/l colestirine and ilamax
Complete thread -- decreased uptake...
Complete thread -- ??? uptake
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ??? Nucynta (for pain)
Complete thread -- TYSM! Would have never gotten that spelling.
Complete thread -- Carafate, _______ and Coumadin 2.5 mg daily.
Complete thread -- it is agita (yes Italian) but also used in American slang.
Complete thread -- ever heard of ojida symptoms? TIA
Complete thread -- preventatively?
Complete thread -- alternatively?
Complete thread -- s/l ??ven-a-tive-ly
Complete thread -- perhaps sating "some cervical"
Complete thread -- Great!! Thank you
Complete thread -- ketamine
Complete thread -- patient after shoulder surgery.
Complete thread -- what do you think of this, subcervical... Sounds wrong in context
Complete thread -- I would agree with a collection agency, but wonder if mixing up with reposession agency
Complete thread -- thanks. i was also thinking that but wanted to double check.
Complete thread -- red plaque with telangiectasias
Complete thread -- changes??
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: She works for a s/l "recollection" agency?
Complete thread -- AAMT BOS-2 says 1990s.
Complete thread -- had surgery in the 1990s/ 1990's
Complete thread -- PHYSICAL EXAMINATION: L lower cheek 1.5 cm red plaque s/l which is melinitagous.
Complete thread -- Oh the visual of "glowing abnormalities" in a 24-hour urine.
Complete thread -- thnx that is it
Complete thread -- "TheraLith XR" (check drugs.com)
Complete thread -- drug s/l Furolith XR
Complete thread -- perhaps they are now removing the plastic sphere placed during an earlier surgery?
Complete thread -- you didn't give enough information for me to even understand
Complete thread -- Vecchietti. But my research shows it as a procedure name.
Complete thread -- Procedure: removal of s/l pochady?? tx
Complete thread -- Sent on.
Complete thread -- in a 90-degree flexed and abducted position?
Complete thread -- visual analog pain scale?
Complete thread -- doh! intraperitoneal air
Complete thread -- Possibly s/l "guffro" bladder tumor should be considered.
Complete thread -- another wav, new patient, same dictator....
Complete thread -- Endopouch®
Complete thread -- Endopouches or Endo pouches
Complete thread -- pain ranges between 2 and 6/10 on a "visual-look" scale. ...
Complete thread -- I think she said "early"
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- meant to say "99 eflexed"????
Complete thread -- Her right lower extremity was placed in a 99 s/l e-flexed and abducted position
Complete thread -- That's it!! Sorry, brain fog here!! Thanks~
Complete thread -- Rastelli repair?
Complete thread -- ...unifocalization of the pulmonary arteries with (s/l) rest-ellar repair. NM
Complete thread -- is doc slurring, esl, poor sound quality? Could 17 mg be 7.5? - big wag!
Complete thread -- No, she's an APN but an extremely clear dictator. I'll flag it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- any chance you are mishearing the dosage?
Complete thread -- Thanks but it s/l war thee un or war fee un
Complete thread -- sorry misread the soundalike -- ipratropium?
Complete thread -- Atrovent 17 mcg?
Complete thread -- s/l war fee un 17 mg daily. Patient is on anticoagulation, maybe warfarin but
Complete thread -- Oh, you're welcome. No problem.
Complete thread -- yes, thx. ...
Complete thread -- I googled that, but didn't get much out of it.
Complete thread -- That's it!! Thank you sooo much! ...
Complete thread -- that's what I thought, but he is saying **** steriod ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- what other meds is he on? sentence before & after this word?
Complete thread -- ? irritable bowel disease? but you have that, so doubt he said it twice. it's all I
Complete thread -- sound file?
Complete thread -- any way to put up a sound file??
Complete thread -- hey, that sounds good. I wonder?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Really guessing but maybe renin and aldosterone?
Complete thread -- not sure on the remu, but how about LDL cholesterol ?
Complete thread -- colorectal disease?
Complete thread -- agree, fits best under CNS.
Complete thread -- Would you put numbness of arms, hands, and fingers under "CNS" in
Complete thread -- hmm, nope, but thanks for tyring
Complete thread -- upper limb (arm)?
Complete thread -- pseudotumor?
Complete thread -- thanks for guessing, but no thats not it.
Complete thread -- guess of celiac something?
Complete thread -- Nephrology Clinic
Complete thread -- It was in a list.
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l c*terval? disease
Complete thread -- ESL
Complete thread -- Did he give it in a list or in a sentence? Any other context?
Complete thread -- med help... "Pre-cell-u-light" t.i.d. sm for Dx
Complete thread -- Thank you. You are my backup friend, when my G-friend is not cooperating, LOL
Complete thread -- or situs inversus...
Complete thread -- Google is your friend. dextrocardia situs inversus
Complete thread -- Thanks very much! ...
Complete thread -- s/l dextracardia or-see-jis in-verse-is
Complete thread -- I knew I had put it into my auto-correct for a reason. I couldn't find anything!
Complete thread -- NM. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Nice!!! Thanks for the help! :)
Complete thread -- I agree. I researched and only find sub. scapularis is the tick (ewww)
Complete thread -- if he isn't, he wasted a lot of $$$$$ going to medical school or taking an anatomy class
Complete thread -- nah...i had a dr van der something once and remembered it was 3 words...
Complete thread -- You are SO my hero!!!! TY TY TY TY TY TY!! (sorry if too easy!)
Complete thread -- IF you can substitute "office visit" then it is always 2 words.
Complete thread -- Alexander Van Der Ven, MD, orthopod in miami
Complete thread -- scapularis tendinitis (see message)
Complete thread -- semicolon doesn't fit IMO
Complete thread -- Help! Looking for othro doc for TKR in Miami s/l Dr. Vundalawn. TY!
Complete thread -- EGD. The stomach was entered and the gastric mucosa s/l and orrigar
Complete thread -- results and tried to . ... . anxiety, and having . ... . pressure and noted that it is
Complete thread -- punctuation help
Complete thread -- to continue, not to continued
Complete thread -- Thanks wanted to make sure.
Complete thread -- verb 2 words.
Complete thread -- yes - 2 words as a verb
Complete thread -- correct form of follow up?
Complete thread -- yeah, yeah, yeah. blah, blah, blah. broken record. you're scary, blah, blah
Complete thread -- omg
Complete thread -- hd = hemodialysis .. take the vancomycin post (after each dialysis) to 06/30.
Complete thread -- Well, if you would put cheek even though it clearly sounded like treek, you're much more
Complete thread -- to (date) 06/30.
Complete thread -- Patient with end-stage renal disease, on hemodialysis
Complete thread -- of course they sound something alike. Don't be a
Complete thread -- no worries, sometimes "we" don't want to wait til the end to see
Complete thread -- Sure they do!
Complete thread -- I think i got it- nasal Afrin.
Complete thread -- perhaps referring to red ants.
Complete thread -- ? paraffin
Complete thread -- right treek, right cheek sound very much the same
Complete thread -- That's true. I guess I panicked. Sorry about that.
Complete thread -- ? Neo-Synephrine
Complete thread -- nasal spray s/l naso-lefferan for allergic rhinitis (or something?)
Complete thread -- thats why sometimes its best to finish the report - you will usually hear it a 2nd
Complete thread -- Well, he says right cheek in body of report but definitely didn't say it above.
Complete thread -- spastic?
Complete thread -- could it be 'chronic'?
Complete thread -- cheek
Complete thread -- Mumbler. S/l 'spah-nic' dysphonia. Cannot clearly hear 'sporadic' or spasmodic.
Complete thread -- squamous cell cancer of the right s/l "treek"
Complete thread -- "red" insect bites correct. Sounds just like it. Thanks
Complete thread -- Sending in, thanks.
Complete thread -- Okay, I was pretty sure with patient having PUD.
Complete thread -- Must be it. Thanks so much! Doc has a slight speech impediment.
Complete thread -- I got that now. Sickle cell disease is #4. Still trying to listen for #3 also.
Complete thread -- there are some doozies in the archives. oooomph-pra-sol. . and one MT offers that it has
Complete thread -- reactive airways disease?
Complete thread -- I have docs who pronounce it like that all the time.
Complete thread -- The wav there doesn't match text.
Complete thread -- 3. X disease. 4. Sickle cell disease.
Complete thread -- 3. _________ disease. 4. Sickle cell disease.
Complete thread -- I
Complete thread -- Do you think s/l "alma prazull" would be omeprazole?
Complete thread -- Wav posted. thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you. I would have been here all day and not gotten that one.
Complete thread -- Pierre Robin syndrome (or sequence) is a condition present at birth, ... Pierre Robin sequ
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.i don't know why i didn't think of that myself.
Complete thread -- Pierre Robin Malformation - eMedicine - Medscape
Complete thread -- maybe "put in number sequence" ?
Complete thread -- Preop Diagnosis: *Peer rubin sequence*
Complete thread -- pinprick
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- Wait, I guess Jan, Feb, would still be winter.
Complete thread -- In the winter of 2012, he had a left thalamic hemorrhagic.
Complete thread -- coenzyme Q10? CoQ10?
Complete thread -- s/l cocuta
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- WAV posted now.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- well thank you anyway!
Complete thread -- I'm doing a lot of forhead slapping today- WBC's obviously!
Complete thread -- Yes, like she was swearing but he would not say it, just blank.
Complete thread -- WBCs,
Complete thread -- just answered my own first question=metapneumovirus .. but whats with the WPCs?
Complete thread -- Keep the ear dry "with para-sit-(in?)". In the future might benefit by using
Complete thread -- doc says metopneumo virus, can this be anything but metapneumonic virus?
Complete thread -- :D
Complete thread -- Like maybe she was sayin' shit maybe? Still that conveys nothing in the report
Complete thread -- she doesn't care if it is professional or not! She is so ego-driven, only cares
Complete thread -- Oh, it makes sense. He said blank like the patient was saying a bad word and he said
Complete thread -- Makes no sense? You sure it was not black, black black??? If blaNk, I'd flag
Complete thread -- If I were the dictator and being picky, then I'd want the help to make it sound as
Complete thread -- Well, I can't quite get it. I think it's bile ____, but past that, no clue, sorry.
Complete thread -- I agree 100%. It is totally frustrating. That she is picky about her dictation is insane!
Complete thread -- When a doctor says, as blank, blank, blank, paraphrasing a patient,
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- I think "en face" I will check it.
Complete thread -- s/l "on fossed boost"
Complete thread -- WAV posted..
Complete thread -- if they don't care about grammar and stuff, then why do they care if we can
Complete thread -- Nevermind - palpable abnormality - duh.
Complete thread -- An incision was made over the relaxed skin tension lines over the *palpa abernomi*
Complete thread -- No, sorry... can't get it. Can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- Just a guess, but could the dop part on the end be something Doppler?
Complete thread -- do you think "with bowel views" would make sense?
Complete thread -- and there is a Kinder, La! :)
Complete thread -- narrowing of joint space, osteopenia in "ride reading." On PE, her blood pressure...
Complete thread -- wonder if he's talking about an insulin pump - it has a 4-year...
Complete thread -- I lived in Kenner--sort of like your s/l but obviously not a D.
Complete thread -- Listen for bowel loop ___... just a guess.
Complete thread -- no, but thank you very much for trying!!
Complete thread -- Past medical history includes a cholecystectomy with (s/l ???? bowelusadop)
Complete thread -- see anything to help?
Complete thread -- have heard of organization "Insulin for Life" and have heard of insulin "half-life" sorry!
Complete thread -- looking for city/town in Louisiana, s/l Dender (starts with D)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- estimating s/l four-year life of insulin TIA!
Complete thread -- He may be mispronouncing. Thanks.
Complete thread -- metoprolol for hypertension?
Complete thread -- low-dose aspirin, Lasix, allopurinol, Crestor, Prevacid, "mete-proline"
Complete thread -- Nevermind - pars media
Complete thread -- A *por-cor-a-tor* was placed into position and we performed enterolysis in the pelvis
Complete thread -- Rosenberg view is a 45-degree flexion, posteroanterior, weight-bearing view of the knee w
Complete thread -- gastritis of the *pause media* and antrum
Complete thread -- got it, rosenberg view. will check spelling.
Complete thread -- AP, PA, lateral and sunrise images of the right knee were obtained in the office
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for confirming!
Complete thread -- I hear bilirubin
Complete thread -- I now hear bilirubin also
Complete thread -- I think you're right.. the postoperative hearing test is negative. in 2010, it showed
Complete thread -- I was waiting for someone to break the tie.
Complete thread -- Please see msg
Complete thread -- AST, ALT, and bilirubin are within normal limits is what I hear.
Complete thread -- and bilirubin
Complete thread -- dampening (decrease IOW)?
Complete thread -- need exactly what type of hearing test? mo' context plz
Complete thread -- as well as albumin are
Complete thread -- AST/ALT ______within normal limits.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- horse race track
Complete thread -- more likely: lineage customized
Complete thread -- ?what is that
Complete thread -- On further questioning, the patient works at a _____ with multiple environment
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Details of the procedure as follows?
Complete thread -- I'd set off "as well as" with commas: evaluation, as well as her discharge summary, was
Complete thread -- yes - interforniceal
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will keep that for future reference.
Complete thread -- Postop hearing test negative "20 10". How is this transcribed? Thanks
Complete thread -- exam testing showed a marked *dampering* of the anterior and posterior shift test
Complete thread -- s/l kolid trocars
Complete thread -- was "Phrases such as together with, as well as, and along with are not the same as and. T
Complete thread -- portion. _____ procedure as follows.
Complete thread -- Then maybe just "urinary infection"
Complete thread -- were - 2 different things.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I don't think he is, but I think he means to.
Complete thread -- had to send on. Left a blank
Complete thread -- Probably saying urinary tract infection fast
Complete thread -- Pls. see sentence. Is it was or were?
Complete thread -- urinary traction? Can't find anything on it.
Complete thread -- TEE report and s/l attenuator well seen (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks! Almost missed this up here. :-)
Complete thread -- thanks to all!
Complete thread -- k
Complete thread -- wav wars. LOL. Yes, I clearly hear interforniceal.
Complete thread -- posted below, but i hear inter too
Complete thread -- i hear inter
Complete thread -- The longus colli is an anterior muscle of the neck. There are 3 portions to this muscle.
Complete thread -- posted wav because I still can't hear anterior. Thanks!
Complete thread -- no wav yet...longus colli
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- platysma muscle. _____ opened with the Bovie cautery and the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- these are all I can find with interforniceal. read and make your call
Complete thread -- 10 mL of "Synthes"???????
Complete thread -- he's fast but are you sure he's saying Synthes?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I googled anterior forniceal and anterior fornix and it was all over with brain surgery.
Complete thread -- the procedure well. _____. the patient was taken to r
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. It really sounds like inter. Would interforniceal work?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ______forniceal?
Complete thread -- anterior forniceal?
Complete thread -- s/l interfornyseal
Complete thread -- 7-mm reamer?
Complete thread -- insulin s/l present fluids for DKA TIA!
Complete thread -- agree. now hear cartilage.
Complete thread -- Attention was then turned to ... level. The second level was done at .. C5. The exact
Complete thread -- cartilage?
Complete thread -- along the cortex? I think?? need to do stellate-type please
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- changes and essentially thinning along the _____ posterolaterally involving ap
Complete thread -- appropriately and the 7-mm *thing* was tapped into place without difficulty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I was going to ask if they're doing construction! They always seem to be in our hospital.
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- AVS Anchor-C Cervical Cage System i
Complete thread -- Thanks. I can't change the wording, so I'll leave the comma.
Complete thread -- in
Complete thread -- in
Complete thread -- He has some patellofemoral crepitance. No real bony crepitance s/l in/and passive
Complete thread -- 7-mm anchor *C's*
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks MT50!
Complete thread -- it is not the MRI, it is the lithotripsy machine banging on the stones.
Complete thread -- including is the issue to me. treated with anticonvulsants and burst suppression...
Complete thread -- Orthovita Corporate Site - Vitoss Bone Graft Substitute - Technical ...
Complete thread -- were then elevated ________ flap and they were held in
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- autograft as well as *V toss* for fusion.
Complete thread -- Should I take out the comma?
Complete thread -- that is a lithotripter that pulses as it breaks down the stones.
Complete thread -- I got it... this is an ESWL and I think its the pyelogram that they did. I just realized
Complete thread -- Just curious, doc dictates from the OR, what the heck is that loud bang, bang,
Complete thread -- Raney clips, no 's.
Complete thread -- a 5.5 full radius resector to ...
Complete thread -- used 5.5 full radius ______ to perform arthroscopic partial
Complete thread -- wave
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- a lot
Complete thread -- muscle were then elevated __________ flap and they were held in place and refl
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- syncopal
Complete thread -- lineage custom
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- or tremulous
Complete thread -- to both
Complete thread -- use of word "tremory" - use it? Able to change grammar on acct
Complete thread -- He is a donor of bone marrow for a patient in s/l aligini customs of transplant.
Complete thread -- liver disease, alcohol abuse. (does not say or)...
Complete thread -- If you hear dosed, I see no problem with it.. dose based on weight. all mean
Complete thread -- WAV ADDED
Complete thread -- that is it, thanks a lot
Complete thread -- typo
Complete thread -- wav not there.
Complete thread -- 39 weeks and 2/7 days (not sure what 12/7th is)
Complete thread -- at a cheerleading camp?
Complete thread -- weight-based?
Complete thread -- has no history of liver disease or ________. He knew he had a large spleen. N
Complete thread -- TYVM!
Complete thread -- See if you can hear basket toss.
Complete thread -- he was given s/l weight-dosed prophylactic antibiotic before surgery. hearing right?
Complete thread -- she was at a cheerleading champ s/l during a basket talton, she fell and had humerus
Complete thread -- s/l senegal ultrasound
Complete thread -- subtotally.
Complete thread -- s/p heart cath LAD was calcified, s/l "subtotalled at its ostium" TIA!
Complete thread -- meatal stenosis?
Complete thread -- thanks,
Complete thread -- Demerol?
Complete thread -- Necker cube is correct (capitalized)
Complete thread -- bladder stones?
Complete thread -- History of bladder diverticulum with s/l meta-stones.
Complete thread -- copy a clock or cube?
Complete thread -- Remeron is the first thing that comes to my mind?
Complete thread -- yes, that is it, thanks
Complete thread -- s/l necker cube? (I think it means 3-dimensional cube)
Complete thread -- are u looking for Chino Hills??
Complete thread -- He takes temazepam and s/l demeril and that does not seem to be working.tx
Complete thread -- city in California, s/l Feno Hills? (zip 90709)
Complete thread -- There's some comedian wannabe on here that always thinks he/she is funny
Complete thread -- mmm, can't agree with that
Complete thread -- Wait, maybe the "mail lou" is the ending of intraabdominal. Lol.
Complete thread -- Thanks poi, but after intraabdominal it s/l "mail lou" pelvic lymph nodes
Complete thread -- intraabdominal and pelvic lymph nodes makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- ovarian carcinoma with s/l "interdum (maybe intraabdominal) may lou pelvic lymph
Complete thread -- yep and only the report can conclusively say for sure. I'm willing to give the
Complete thread -- Oh, come on, lighten up. I'm allowed to be semi-serious here
Complete thread -- yep, also learn not to jump to conclusions about the necessity of a procedure.
Complete thread -- Realistic. You learn a lot about how medicine really works when you
Complete thread -- cynical much?
Complete thread -- thanks... escaped me but no question you are right :)
Complete thread -- far outweigh
Complete thread -- word help, please sm
Complete thread -- Also known as oops, I need to fill my 7:30 cath lab slot so let's
Complete thread -- yes, when they book the cath lab, they call it a "case"
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- makes sense, if you add "a" - I will schedul this for a 7:30 case tomorrow morning.
Complete thread -- I can hear it now!! Thank you so much FGJJGJ!
Complete thread -- Not prn, but thanks for trying!!!
Complete thread -- a s/l
Complete thread -- Thanks so very much for your kind help :)
Complete thread -- I should add: The injection efficacy is getting shorter in duration with each injectio-sm
Complete thread -- hope its right!
Complete thread -- pain medications, in addition to epidural steroid injection, which...
Complete thread -- OH!! Your saying canal made me think of canal narrowing!!!! Maybe that's it!! TY xoxo
Complete thread -- p.r.n. fashion?
Complete thread -- in addition to ESIs which seem to be in a more "pee-odd" fashion, I think at this..
Complete thread -- wow... all i can think of is total canal area, but...that doesn't quite make sense
Complete thread -- central stenosis "with tota gla nerria" worse at L3-4 that may also be contributing
Complete thread -- Can't help with the nonsense, but it is shear (not sheer) axonal
Complete thread -- I think this is what he's trying to say. S/l "in vertel fertilization. I thought he
Complete thread -- OH I desperately wish the same thing!
Complete thread -- thanks, it was blood flow!
Complete thread -- I hear it now. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- maybe misspoke "infertility!" Just a guess :)
Complete thread -- wish you could post a sound file...
Complete thread -- agree w/divulged an...
Complete thread -- in vitro?
Complete thread -- flagging this nonsense :)
Complete thread -- divulged an
Complete thread -- Help with psych note.
Complete thread -- With the exception of s/l "infertilization," she has no significant past history.
Complete thread -- glioblastoma multiforme "half dis pathetic lee". Mom is "hell-deesy", um.
Complete thread -- blood vessel? blood flow?
Complete thread -- thanks everyone! I am going to sit on it for a few minutes and listen for both again! :)
Complete thread -- oligodendroglioma gets my vote.
Complete thread -- sounds good to me!
Complete thread -- mishit? myshit? lmao. you're so funny
Complete thread -- its me,
Complete thread -- that's the first thing I thought of when reading it, Mgt. not exceeding...
Complete thread -- might, his range of motion, but not his seating.. good idea!
Complete thread -- That is an awesome suggestion! When I reread both it got me thinking - could the doc (sm)
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: A large mass in the
Complete thread -- sorry, but I hear your s/l as "motion currently not exceeding" (whatever? I'm unsure)
Complete thread -- yes, renal and pelvic ultrasound
Complete thread -- interfering with ROM currently "nod his seeding" but we will f/u, get this report...
Complete thread -- sounds good enough.. I'm going to put it in underlined. this one always misprounounces..
Complete thread -- CERTAINLY more likely the pathology and the spelling! (Forgive my own poor spelling)
Complete thread -- (that is CERTAINL:
Complete thread -- I bet he means oligodendroglioma.
Complete thread -- anything else you might be able to supply might possibly help your WB helpers.
Complete thread -- could be a made-up because No results found for oligogerminoma via Google
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- WAG: "oligogerminoma." Unsure; haven't heard. Going now to check....
Complete thread -- oligo gernoma? what could she mean?
Complete thread -- etc... what you posted in f/u is not....hmmm,...thinking,....
Complete thread -- your context is SO clear, yet your "some blood "
Complete thread -- clots? Is this an ultrasound?
Complete thread -- I agree the doc probably meant this but since its too far off on a bx, it's flagged! TYall
Complete thread -- good thing you look carefully as I am often wrong! LOL Thanks Margaret.
Complete thread -- radiology word help - sm
Complete thread -- so TRUE, SO true!! I look carefully at all your posts, poi, because they help me.
Complete thread -- cytolytic activity.
Complete thread -- I bet if you search with atypia. I have no idea what 'atypica' even is?
Complete thread -- maybe he meant Retroperitoneal lipomatous tumors without cytologic atypia: are they ...
Complete thread -- wahh, boohoo, (forgive my WB "mishit.") (hee,hee, I'm loving "mis hit" for "my shit" SM
Complete thread -- The help was obvious and appropriate thanks were given. However,
Complete thread -- I'll have to flag. Can't verify cytolytic atypica either, but TY! :)
Complete thread -- but, (
Complete thread -- but, (
Complete thread -- but, (
Complete thread -- Nope, long list of diagnoses but nothing to suggest what this might be for. Thanks.
Complete thread -- (hee,hee. Ya GOT me, dead to rights! :-) Ms/Mstr fgjjgj! :-)
Complete thread -- any clue what it is for?
Complete thread -- s/l lithamide or glysamide eye ointment
Complete thread -- Thanks, this particular account isn't verbatim and I do change. Just wanted to make
Complete thread -- cyto-
Complete thread -- prominent "s/l sfidolytic atypica." No areas suggestive of invasive tumor.
Complete thread -- Yes it 'should be'. but it is an ESL, what can we expect? I'd change IF account allows
Complete thread -- ESL always says "at any event." Shouldn't it be "in any event"?
Complete thread -- something that is not what he thinks it might be.
Complete thread -- Mgt, you're not anonymous, you posted your name. :)
Complete thread -- thank you for your Word Board suggestions above.....
Complete thread -- I was going to double check for the beam. Did not really hear it but it normally is
Complete thread -- what is photophoric?
Complete thread -- Ty! I think so.
Complete thread -- excellent clinical response. (thought i heard external beam radiation therapy
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- more photophobic? Wondering also if he is misusing a term of photophoric?
Complete thread -- thank you sooo much!
Complete thread -- History of irritated red eye...woke up this a.m. and the eye was s/l mor-photo-foric
Complete thread -- although I cannot understand your post, I accept it as salubrious.
Complete thread -- tee HEE, TEE hee!!! Me, too! Thanks!
Complete thread -- I had one say "J as in Jay Leno" once -- cracked me up.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the big belly-laugh you provided for me! :-)
Complete thread -- collections, as in fluid collections. They/there both make sense, same meaning here.
Complete thread -- (even some extreme dyslectics can become MDs. That is my observation.
Complete thread -- try this..
Complete thread -- just more proof that docs can't spell!
Complete thread -- means he doesn't know how to spell or he is trying to be funny.
Complete thread -- They was no evidence of appendicitis or any (s/l collections).
Complete thread -- thanks for solution, and (most of all) for your having honored all the talented WB helpers
Complete thread -- He's spelling a patient's name, so I can't share more. He has said "A as in orange" b4.
Complete thread -- Sorry, it must be dynamic hole. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yes, I typed as dictated. Thanks.
Complete thread -- distal locking screw s/l "in a dynamicole"
Complete thread -- might be an X.. what else does he say?
Complete thread -- What letter do you think this doc means when he says "Z as in xylophone"?
Complete thread -- You were correct. Thanks!
Complete thread -- helping would have included all aspects, not just assuming, and actually knowing that
Complete thread -- OP, great if you have it now. But if not, Please Post b/w solution=trivial.
Complete thread -- (those turkies!,,,,)
Complete thread -- Thanks. Patient had a right pontine stroke.
Complete thread -- Your help was obvious to me, and to most WB helpers. Please continue, meg! :-)
Complete thread -- Correct (sm)
Complete thread -- sounds fine as you have typed it. Please post back if you are uncertain, huh?
Complete thread -- yes, they love to leave off the last word, (droop/weakness/palsy)?
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the help!! I appreciate it.
Complete thread -- call sooner if needed for increased pain, (?)
Complete thread -- ...increased ___
Complete thread -- I hear "if needed for increased pain, intractable nausea or vomiting . . ."
Complete thread -- Cranial nerves II-XII are significant for a left s/l "central facial"
Complete thread -- if needed for...
Complete thread -- what help? browbeating the MT???
Complete thread -- Call sooner if _____ , nausea or vomiting, temperature of 101.5, shortness of breath,
Complete thread -- monitored?
Complete thread -- THAT was the word I was trying to think of, but after listening its just not right.
Complete thread -- icteric ?
Complete thread -- heavy moderate?? conscious sedation
Complete thread -- Exam (Neurology)
Complete thread -- I slowed it to the slowest of slow and can hear mild film of. Great call.
Complete thread -- I thought bothersome at first, then mild something later. Thanks
Complete thread -- mild film of ?
Complete thread -- wav file. This guy is clear! I am just questioning what I think this is.
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%22half+ring%22+rancho+cube+drill+bit&oq=%22half+rin
Complete thread -- (agree)
Complete thread -- he is wavering, cannot decide. probably went from one to the other while he was dictating
Complete thread -- (docs are reknowned for wanting to be neither on the "black" note or the "white note" but
Complete thread -- TKU! It was the 2 stations (0 and -1) part that was throwing me.
Complete thread -- that's correct smsg
Complete thread -- 2. Sounds like wrench or _____(key?)
Complete thread -- capping allergies is an account specific thing - not a rule at all
Complete thread -- Will go with "vertex at 0 to -1 station." Fingers crossed!
Complete thread -- "Vertex at zero minus one station"...type 0, -1 station or 0 -1 station or???
Complete thread -- heard - rancho cube
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1. 90 feet pounds (should be foot-pounds)
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- just assumed you were a newbie, just trying to help out
Complete thread -- I said thanks and I know what it looks like capped.
Complete thread -- respecting
Complete thread -- BA ha ha :)
Complete thread -- Wow, not too grateful for help; just showing what sulfa looks like typed as allergy!
Complete thread -- structures, _____ wire and pin safe zone guidelines.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I try not to "shout" on the board. My headings are usually capped but
Complete thread -- picked and sized. These were preassembled on.....
Complete thread -- also I think SULFA should be all caps if it is an allergy.
Complete thread -- I hear "AllerCare" for the first one.
Complete thread -- LOL! I thought "It even" was part of the dictation? AV crossing it is.
Complete thread -- maybe AV crossing, but "It even AV crossing" wouldn't make sense. More text...
Complete thread -- and applied to the ?
Complete thread -- were picked _____ the patient’s foot and ankle. These were _____ sterile table in t
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He has hx of s/l eye crossing of left eye for several years. It even s/l IVcrossing.
Complete thread -- synovium. The tibiotalar joint was opened in the sagittal....
Complete thread -- also...comma after calcaneus
Complete thread -- thanks... this dictation is terrible
Complete thread -- 1. infected?
Complete thread -- Allergies: Include sulfa. Current medication: ___________vitamin B-12
Complete thread -- carried out of the inflamed _____ synovium which _____ opened in the sagittal directi
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- to just proximal to the ankle joint? (what I hear)
Complete thread -- Yes, that is it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Straight leg raise, also called Lasègue's sign, Lasègue test or Lazarević's sign....
Complete thread -- distal anteromedial tibia from proximal _____ proximal to the ankle
Complete thread -- ?Yeoman's test
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- (that doc's dict (notice the t) was certainly inscrutable by me.)
Complete thread -- (thanks, poi!) All y'all MTs are TRULY unsung heros of individual patient medical care!
Complete thread -- negative s/l yaleman's bilateral
Complete thread -- Hydrodiuril (I think he started to say hydrochlorothiazide, stumbled..Hydrodiuril)
Complete thread -- glimepiride, _________, Losartan, Lovastatin, Terasozin.
Complete thread -- un-confident (the patient doesn't trust her knees?)
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not pretty, but clear. Indicating anticoagulants will cause easy bleeding.
Complete thread -- icterus (period). Does he have...
Complete thread -- count elevation and _________ or does he have cholangitis?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Pradaxa will make bleeding from any kind of lesions.
Complete thread -- s/l ditro spear
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- The risks included, but were not limited to, bleeding, _____ infection, injury
Complete thread -- has fever, white count elevation and *ditro spire* or does he have cholangitis
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- walking ON for weeks if not months.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- added wav again
Complete thread -- weightbearing .. for heaing of his right ankle in the setting of weightbearing to allow
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- old wav still there. But that reads fine unless you are really missing more words?
Complete thread -- healing?
Complete thread -- Ilizarov frame to allow for *feeding* of his right ankle in the setting weigh
Complete thread -- must have made that up, he did
Complete thread -- the patient was noted to have _____ sensory loss and attempts at closed reduction __
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- fundoscopic
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- complete statement: SHOULDER: She has full range of motion about the ?cervico-acromial
Complete thread -- fundoscopic?
Complete thread -- I can find some hits for a cervico-acromial area/region and flaps???
Complete thread -- I can find some hits for a cervico-acromial area/region and flaps???
Complete thread -- cervical? and acromion? Dude, help us here.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hemangioma of the zygomatic bone. (___) examination is unremarkable.
Complete thread -- subacromial?
Complete thread -- cyproheptadine (Brand name: Periactin)
Complete thread -- need more info.
Complete thread -- med s/l glycohepsadine
Complete thread -- Adult, significant for reflux, *oral tach* exposure, irritable bowel, and elevated ch
Complete thread -- doc says: "cervicromial joints " fairly clearly. I find just 1 documentation on
Complete thread -- well, what those REALLY say is can valproic acid cause a knee deformity but
Complete thread -- Google your s/l and Google suggested valproic knees
Complete thread -- This turned out to be -- injection, 5 of them, were extremely painful.
Complete thread -- incompetent?
Complete thread -- She feels that globally throughout the knee getting worse, becoming s/l inconfident
Complete thread -- AP, PA, lateral and sunrise images of bilateral knees were obtained in the office
Complete thread -- oops, pulse generator EnRhythm
Complete thread -- pulse generator DATE: June 25, 2012
Complete thread -- two leads were connected to a Medtronic **pulse and rater brand and rhythm**
Complete thread -- CONTEXT
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Include Allopurinol, Cartia, glimepiride, _________, Losartan, Lovastat
Complete thread -- THanks
Complete thread -- Syringomas
Complete thread -- s/l syringomata
Complete thread -- Newborn placed in "Klayo" isolette.
Complete thread -- thanks, no sounds obvious.
Complete thread -- rear-ended the car in front of him.
Complete thread -- I have found CCSVI procedure but nothing on dilatation Wayne... ...
Complete thread -- He rear-ended or maybe went into the car infront of him.
Complete thread -- MS
Complete thread -- Found Allis-Adair tissue forceps, definitely hear this now
Complete thread -- C-section, s/l "alpha dart" clamps
Complete thread -- gets 29 hits on PubMed, so passable.
Complete thread -- I think it is clear as dictated and correct combining form.
Complete thread -- MD keeps saying posterocentral herniation. (Change it to posterior central?)
Complete thread -- duh, get it now. Blah.
Complete thread -- that's what I hear, but doesn't make sense to me. is it okay? Failure... to work well?
Complete thread -- blocks to work well.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Failure of the last set of blocks ______ well.
Complete thread -- unable to docu, but some Google "bites" on clavicle x-ray, Murphy perspective (view) to SM
Complete thread -- I listened for that but he is definitely saying micromoles :) Great suggestion!
Complete thread -- Yep just like the post below. A poster asked a question, gave no
Complete thread -- or picamoles per liter pmol/L ?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- You rock! Sounds like micromole per liter, but very poorly pronounced! TY so much!
Complete thread -- Wow! Thanks for those suggestions! I'll listen :) :) :)
Complete thread -- something per liter? or "i'll look 'em up later" ??
Complete thread -- Vitamin B12 was 927 al-kum-up-lator. Rbc folate 827.
Complete thread -- never mind, I'm pretty sure it's "foveal contour formation" without the comma.
Complete thread -- No, but I'm thinking it's "seek out." Not really sure, though, so I will ___ it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- flagging this mess :)
Complete thread -- can you post an audio?
Complete thread -- She did not s/l "zeecox" hospitalization.
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound like it, but thanks for a new word to me! I will flag!
Complete thread -- Is it "foveal contour, formation, and ...." or "foveal contour formation and...."?
Complete thread -- That sounds right :) Thanks so much! A new one for me! :)
Complete thread -- Not worth frying a brain cell over a question that even the OP could have cared less about
Complete thread -- aberrant?
Complete thread -- I thought PD was police department.
Complete thread -- Not clear how you are pronouncing your s/l, but the word could
Complete thread -- HEENT: There were no "aberry" signs or symptoms.
Complete thread -- xray to confirm "murr feet perceptive" left clavicular fracture
Complete thread -- (I would assume pt has no financial aid from Social Security; doc concerned re bill pt wil
Complete thread -- Right SI joint "subtions" status post ORIF with screws into S1 and S2.
Complete thread -- i don't think so. i think he is saying the name of company that patient works for.
Complete thread -- obviously not even important enough to give a half-hearted attempt.
Complete thread -- anything look
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I meant what state is the account in.
Complete thread -- What state are you typing in? Helpers need as much info possible in order to assist.
Complete thread -- The patient works for s/l analyde PD.
Complete thread -- Oops, doc is speaking of MEMBRANES (not placenta) that are intact but mec-stained in lower
Complete thread -- sorry, flagged
Complete thread -- Context PLEase? Who and what is Dr. X.. specialty? who, what, when, why. where
Complete thread -- More information please...before and after...diagnoses?
Complete thread -- Because pt is 100% s/l no ess ess ade, dr. XX was consulted. (? no SS aid)
Complete thread -- (I use both monikers to ID myself, so as to obfuscate, slightly, my Board-hogging.
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- hmm,...I like this hypothesis of what was in doc's mind. (I would type as dictated, tho.)
Complete thread -- ? family feud
Complete thread -- ? they are mad and feud?
Complete thread -- as FAR as the psychiatric issues are concerned
Complete thread -- I had checked several places and saw what it should be. I think too much is cut out
Complete thread -- can check this anatomy explanation of the vein(s) and how they go
Complete thread -- as well as sounds okay if are is deleted from the last part.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I do not think she is saying popliteal again but it is not clear.
Complete thread -- mad imbued? Way large guess.
Complete thread -- the lower segment of the placenta maybe? 8 and 9 at one and five minutes
Complete thread -- Relenza? Need more context
Complete thread -- not really but can't think of what it is. Apgar minutes to be spelled out.
Complete thread -- Yes, labral
Complete thread -- I can hear it clearly now. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Not sure about question, sorry. I would NOT keep the comma between 9 and at.
Complete thread -- s/l labral?
Complete thread -- cesarean section, s/l lower segment, plse sm
Complete thread -- Help with ortho note, please.
Complete thread -- Can't help with your s/l, but you need an "i" in heartily.
Complete thread -- No clue without context
Complete thread -- aspirin (not capped). I bet he meant Tylenol Arthritis, but...he said tramadol.
Complete thread -- as far as the psychiatric issues (as well as?)
Complete thread -- Ritalin?
Complete thread -- "Relin"
Complete thread -- s/l "mad and viewed"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks MUCH for the confirmation!
Complete thread -- 2 of us listening clearly hear arthritis too, but no such thing... He might
Complete thread -- Great!!!! Thanks for lending me your ear! I ♥ this board!
Complete thread -- Audio from post yesterday. Meds: Tylenol with Codeine No. 3, ____ 650 mg, insulin 8
Complete thread -- Lasegue plus/minus. No clear sensorium abnormalities reported
Complete thread -- Laseque *____*. No *____* sensory abnormalities reported in all dermatomes.
Complete thread -- There's Oramorph SR but not 50, 30 mg. There's Duramorph also 30, not`
Complete thread -- Otherwise, she will follow up with you for her yearly appointment, and
Complete thread -- How would you divide these sentences?
Complete thread -- med.. s/l oxa-cora-morf SR 50 mg. sm for Dx
Complete thread -- "another fair initial" audiogram sounds weird to me. "another failed" maybe?
Complete thread -- actinic keratosis would fit your context but don't know what the last A could be. I did
Complete thread -- I found AK skin lesion, but she is clearly saying AKA. ...
Complete thread -- cryotherapy
Complete thread -- Thank you :) ...
Complete thread -- I would put "few months' time," but otherwise okay in my
Complete thread -- punctuation help pls.
Complete thread -- My bad, then. Sorry
Complete thread -- obviously none of us have the remotest clue what he "meant." Flag it.
Complete thread -- There's only one pons.
Complete thread -- Edit to "both extremities of his right side" maybe?
Complete thread -- Really? Could he have meant right upper (portion of the) right pons?
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- Well, sounds corny but I will leave. He just now said MRI shows brain stem
Complete thread -- I would not edit at all
Complete thread -- ? exploratory laparotomy
Complete thread -- Good strength on both sides of his right side.
Complete thread -- discal pathology of L3-L4 --- with discal tear
Complete thread -- discal.
Complete thread -- MRI of lumbar spine: _____ pathology L3-L4, L4-5, L5-S1 with _____ tear
Complete thread -- You rock!!!! Thanks! I could swear there was a word in there, lol
Complete thread -- #5 was...um...were (doc changed verb number from singular (correct) to plural (incorrect)
Complete thread -- prior performed lumbar epidural injection #5 *_____* were extremely painful
Complete thread -- I have listened to it over and over, still can't fit any of the sugges ...
Complete thread -- can you post
Complete thread -- Way wag: giardiasis? (antibiotics can help, but steroids worsen it) W/ itchy rash, allerg
Complete thread -- Not that either, thx tho ...
Complete thread -- ? GI dysplasia?
Complete thread -- No, thx anyways. ...
Complete thread -- Long shot: GI fistula?
Complete thread -- referred for pruritic skin rash
Complete thread -- In theory, yes, but the more I listen the more I hear tramadol tho it makes no sense
Complete thread -- LOL, duh. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think I found it. Perforomist.
Complete thread -- Is there a nebulizer called "Performance"
Complete thread -- Ok now I am confused. I thought mgt and Margaret were 2 totally
Complete thread -- her post clearly states "chloride 79, and CO2 of **95.** " so no, not chloride
Complete thread -- Oops. The 95 probably is the value for chloride, Cl, not CO2.
Complete thread -- agree w/ blank. But if # 95 is correct, in setting of hyponatremia, the 95 prob =
Complete thread -- that is a great story. yep, she'll now be Dr. Mgt to me too.
Complete thread -- Great story! Ok, I will officially know you now as Dr. Mgt. LOL
Complete thread -- I'd blank it also. That can't be right. I'd say 25 or even 35 as very high, but not 95.
Complete thread -- likely saying denies eye/ENT pathology
Complete thread -- I'm going to leave it blank. His diagnosis is hyponatremia and hypoglycemia. I
Complete thread -- clearly says CO2 of 95. Patient has long history of hyponatremia with possible
Complete thread -- In ROS: The patient denies I-E-N-T pathology
Complete thread -- "just a bossy nurse." Please see my funny tale inside.
Complete thread -- us old timers here know her as Dr. Margaret
Complete thread -- I think you are correct in thinking Tylenol (not tramadol) Arthritis 650 mg
Complete thread -- yea, I was thinking tramadol for arthritis...?
Complete thread -- Mgt, were you a nurse?
Complete thread -- type as dictated. Dry. Doc's point is that H/H has NOT dropped due to iatrogenic overhydr
Complete thread -- Med list: *arsritis* 650 mg - was thinking arthritis, as in Tylenol Arthritis but
Complete thread -- Nope, there's a long pause of admission. Then clearly enunciates "Dry." Thanks though.
Complete thread -- DAY
Complete thread -- hemoglobin and hematocrit 10 and 29, but 11 and 32 on admission. s/l "Dry."
Complete thread -- First blank was *axial* lumbar spine pain
Complete thread -- ?? maybe because the product is a "protein," not actually a medication (???)
Complete thread -- typo: interrogation; undoubtedly OP already knows.
Complete thread -- was NB "post dates"? was fluid meconium stained? Just curious re explanation.
Complete thread -- no, but that would occasionally make sense, when secretions not watery, but thick&mucusy.
Complete thread -- gotta love that feedback!
Complete thread -- C-section: Nose and mouth and nose were suctioned sequentially.
Complete thread -- can you hear "periods of oversensing"?
Complete thread -- something atrial sensitivity in the right atrium...
Complete thread -- Thanks very much! I need to stick with my instincts.
Complete thread -- pacer iterrogation s/l field over sin-sity in the right atrium TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks for that correction, i understand now.
Complete thread -- that denotes a disk space. not correct
Complete thread -- endplate at each C2 and C3. Not with - = disk space.
Complete thread -- I use C2-C3
Complete thread -- (pathognomonic = corrected spelling)
Complete thread -- (pathognomonic = corrected spelling)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!:-) For archives, Puracol Plus is an absorbable native collagen that jump s
Complete thread -- No. correct=koilonychia. Doc misspoke, confused the 2 words. Koilonychia pathnomonic for.
Complete thread -- don't agree with adding "and"
Complete thread -- Erosion endplates *C2, C3* with small degree of spondylolisthesis C3 over C4.
Complete thread -- cefazolin?? many many choices and combos
Complete thread -- pip/tazo for piperacillin/tazobactam?
Complete thread -- s/l ** see-zee-oh **
Complete thread -- onychomycosis
Complete thread -- I'd go with #2. potentials. While x is/are normal, x is/are this/that.
Complete thread -- I think the first way is *more* correct, but if you're uncertain
Complete thread -- trying to figure out how to punctuate this.
Complete thread -- Anemia workup, exam of fingers showed no "coilo mycosis"
Complete thread -- Found an old report. Puracol.
Complete thread -- Thanks for looking. I'll check the system and see if there are any old reports.
Complete thread -- (researched without luck) I infer it might be either a topical antibiotic, or karaya-lik
Complete thread -- Wound clinic. S/L *pur-i-call*
Complete thread -- May be misspeaking, may have intended for one of them to
Complete thread -- does this make sense or is MD repeating himself wtih all these joint spaces?
Complete thread -- I think I just got it - patellectomy.
Complete thread -- Help with ortho note, please.
Complete thread -- Solu-Medrol 60 mg...?
Complete thread -- Friday just means I have a 9-5 shift on Saturday. sigh.
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- Yes. Google cold thyroid nodule.
Complete thread -- Well, it is Friday, after all, LOL.
Complete thread -- Nodule on thyroid lobe "cold" in nature?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- JP drain
Complete thread -- got first one.....nafcillin
Complete thread -- two blanks...context inside. Thanks!
Complete thread -- VR has a dirty mind, ha!
Complete thread -- TY! TY! TY! TY!
Complete thread -- link - a reference to a trial of LumbarCool system for radiofrequency ablation
Complete thread -- She has had a radical hysterectomy and has had a "sporfibrotomy" for obstruction and
Complete thread -- Sorry for the double post
Complete thread -- For management *extra* lumbar spine pain...L3, L4, L5, S1 using *lumbar cool*
Complete thread -- For management *extra* lumbar spine pain...L3, L4, L5, S1 using *lumbar cool*
Complete thread -- looking for the "like" button....
Complete thread -- nonperitonealized?
Complete thread -- sent in
Complete thread -- It was electrocautery tip.
Complete thread -- then bing it or yahoo it or whatever search engine.
Complete thread -- Also I did change a local invasion to focal invasion. Just caught it.
Complete thread -- Then you need to learn how to use references. Geeze it was right there in black and
Complete thread -- The Carnoy’s fixation evaluation showed 11 pericolonic lymph node being negative sm
Complete thread -- penetrated with "Dr. R. Cautery" tip (VR actually had Dr. cautery)
Complete thread -- shutting??
Complete thread -- Cosmetic dermatology
Complete thread -- I would say you are absolutely correct. Criminals and sick people can ...
Complete thread -- nm.
Complete thread -- Dementia: the patient is a s/l "flight risk"
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, all of you, for your input.
Complete thread -- I don't normally use RXList. I misplaced my drug reference.
Complete thread -- I don't use Google.
Complete thread -- Then you didn't read what RXList had because it clearly shows
Complete thread -- Google Exelon mg
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&biw=1026&bih=635&gbv=2&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=exelon&oq=exelo
Complete thread -- Never mind. It's 3.
Complete thread -- Actually, I went to exelon.com and didn't find anything and RXList above.
Complete thread -- because she's saying Exelon 3 (or 30?) mg p.o. b.i.d.
Complete thread -- soooo easily found by googling Exelon. No, it is not only a patch.
Complete thread -- I don't know what site you're lookin' at. but the T is NOT the same size as the
Complete thread -- Is Exelon only a patch, because she
Complete thread -- Google :-)
Complete thread -- American Heritage Dictionary says,
Complete thread -- I could argue against this all day where I work, but QA always corrects it back to verbati
Complete thread -- I can't speak for anyone else, but I always
Complete thread -- Never mind, got it figured out, it was scintigraphy
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "sentivity?"
Complete thread -- Not verbatim. If a doc says, "The pt is a xx-year-old female 'that' presents today...
Complete thread -- Really
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh, how in the world did you know that? thank so much
Complete thread -- Alignment is anatomic. Hardware is intact.
Complete thread -- LS spine x-ray: s/l *lami-jana-tomic* hardware
Complete thread -- On their website, TYLENOL is capped in ALL spellings, even in
Complete thread -- Finding some Google hits for IC2 as a unit or level of care in some hospitals. NM
Complete thread -- Pt admitted for afib to "IC2." Listening for "ICU" but hear "ick" clearly
Complete thread -- Thanks!! I had found that, but whenever I tried to click on the space bar for the word s.m
Complete thread -- Oh well, I guess "contained" is correct. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Diverticulitis with s/l "contained" perforation.
Complete thread -- nm, penumbra
Complete thread -- clear as day s/l prenumba perfusion
Complete thread -- Patient is just an 18-year-old skinny kid. I don't think he even has a primary care doc
Complete thread -- sorry,, should be here.. thanks
Complete thread -- Oh thanks i can make that out..
Complete thread -- depends on the idiosyncratic spelling(s) and how the account wants it. Even Tylenol
Complete thread -- Here is a link
Complete thread -- Instant text question, is there a way to make a word expand w/the space s.m.
Complete thread -- wag: I'll,...(oops,...MT,...please type this next part also) in plan: PPD as well.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- terminal?
Complete thread -- Patient with history of s/l ermal pancreatitis.
Complete thread -- Thanks, was thinking maybe that but never personally heard it termed as "implant"
Complete thread -- Does anyone think he might mean "I will implant" (PPD skin test, would be considered an
Complete thread -- I will implant (a PPD implant for TB testing)
Complete thread -- s/l "I'll implan PPD as well"
Complete thread -- I would say 1 and 2
Complete thread -- Annuloplasty rings one and two showed no magnetic field interactions. ...
Complete thread -- what is the exact wording and context where it is used?
Complete thread -- Yeah, well, so does TYLENOL, but who caps all that? Most
Complete thread -- numbering
Complete thread -- May be..
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- no caps either word
Complete thread -- Novartis?
Complete thread -- annuloplasty rings, caps?
Complete thread -- May be another heart valve
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Trademark site shows all caps, but accounts vary in if they want you to just cap first
Complete thread -- I believe either is acceptable.
Complete thread -- According to Stedman it's Perimount but website shows caps
Complete thread -- Heart valve spelling
Complete thread -- I am finding stepper, so that must be what he is mumbling. Thanks.
Complete thread -- procedure is transperineal prostate brachytherapy
Complete thread -- replacement of Artificial Urinary Sphincter: s/l shotting or shodding?
Complete thread -- Thank you all for your help!!
Complete thread -- some HLAs to check
Complete thread -- yes, she has susceptibility for celiac disease, but there is no evidence of it right now.
Complete thread -- Thanks, that's it, great.
Complete thread -- bolt - google bolt ICP (there is a Camino bolt for measuring ICP)
Complete thread -- only thing that comes to mind is a burr hole, but might not be that invasive
Complete thread -- s/l volt, vault, bolt? s/l 1 syllable ending with -olt sound
Complete thread -- oh my goodness, sorry I repeated what you had there already
Complete thread -- After my blank is genotype (not positive about HLA DR/DQ/DHM??)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much all!
Complete thread -- HLA-DQ2 ____ that had susceptibility for celiac disease, but
Complete thread -- Thank you! (nm)
Complete thread -- Many thanks
Complete thread -- See msg
Complete thread -- Here is an interesting blog about it, not that I can give you a better answer, cause I am
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- solute
Complete thread -- s/l Sol-Youts
Complete thread -- Osmolarity versus osmolality
Complete thread -- lamotrigine (used for seizures/epilepsy)?
Complete thread -- lamotrigine? famotidine?
Complete thread -- Can you hear famotidine? Pretty common....
Complete thread -- med s/l namotradine
Complete thread -- I just can't heard the "ly". My guess was uneventful, but it was a guess, so I flagged.
Complete thread -- I think it is 'eventually' suctioned out....
Complete thread -- If I listen anymore, I will start hearing "I'm going to Disneyland"
Complete thread -- Thanks. A good night's sleep works wonders. Too bad we aren't allowed to hold onto our
Complete thread -- ah ha, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Finally got it: A weighted speculum was placed in the vagina
Complete thread -- Thanks again MT50. I am starting to think she corrected herself to
Complete thread -- guessing here ~ was eventually or subsequently suctioned out?
Complete thread -- The cervix was then exposed ___ placed in the vagina.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I posted shorter mp3 for the second blank if that helps anyone.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- weeker is correct
Complete thread -- same procedure was repeated on the left fallopian tube
Complete thread -- The patient is a three-month-old *ex 30 weeker* male child
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- ok, to me too
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- THANK YOU MT50!! :)
Complete thread -- Exparel
Complete thread -- (e)
Complete thread -- The cervix was then exposed *for vertex speculum placement* in the vagina.
Complete thread -- well don
Complete thread -- sounds like "made over this line in this vein"
Complete thread -- length was made over this _____ vein. This was carried
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Herniorrhaphy: Will plan to use s/l EXPOREL and will need lidocaine
Complete thread -- no offense, Kitty, but maybe you should finish your reports before posting a question?
Complete thread -- Glad you found it.
Complete thread -- final answer - it was mass screw, says clearly 3-4 times on body of report. THanks.
Complete thread -- "sick to her stomach" because she had said that in the HPI. I thought she was saying
Complete thread -- ? made over saphenous vein?
Complete thread -- I had left blank, but looking at it now, I think it must have "sick to her stomach.
Complete thread -- approximately 2 cm in length was made over this *linus* vein.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- aspartame
Complete thread -- allergy
Complete thread -- on second thought... I don't think so, he is implying they are by Theken, Moss is somethin
Complete thread -- uvula?
Complete thread -- oh, I searched and searched. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Here is the link...
Complete thread -- tonsil clamp with care to protect the ______. We then proceeded with the tota
Complete thread -- Moss?
Complete thread -- s/l mass screws, or matched screws or math screws?
Complete thread -- If there is no way to recast, BOS recommends placing a comma between: Kenalog 10, 4 mL,
Complete thread -- :-)!
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- going with Kenalog-10 4 mL
Complete thread -- s/l Kenalog 10 4 mL into hypertropied scar in the right foot. How to do 10 4?
Complete thread -- examination, there _____ 3 cm but
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- whew, found it: Clarus Therapeutics, Inc
Complete thread -- s/l CLARAs research study?
Complete thread -- I vote for delayed.
Complete thread -- late or delayed expiratory phase? TIA
Complete thread -- normal at 100, aldolase 5.1...
Complete thread -- s/l 100 aldolase
Complete thread -- board is so calm!!! anyone here?
Complete thread -- yep. it ended up being 2 lines past 3 pages. argh.
Complete thread -- I guess there really is no point in trying to make sense of this one. sigh. thanks.
Complete thread -- I hear "tolerated over the 70s of saturation"
Complete thread -- another wav....
Complete thread -- lol...the report should get short now!
Complete thread -- She talks so slow, it will probably only be a 2 page report. I hate those!
Complete thread -- lol...she says the patient developed hypoxia and was put on a nonbreather mask.
Complete thread -- (feel sorry for me...this is a 27-minute dictation!)
Complete thread -- well, I guess that would be the safest thing, since they were definitely examining the
Complete thread -- the patient had an abdominal CT scan at ER showed a...
Complete thread -- I agree with this - abdomen/pelvic CT
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- she said it again...wav posted...I am starting to lean towards Optima CT scan.
Complete thread -- Optima PET/CT scan maybe?
Complete thread -- abdomen (and) pelvic CT scan?
Complete thread -- How about frank hematuria (or just hematuria) since she has kidney problems?
Complete thread -- I hate the way it does that...I meant to say: wav posted, please see message.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- By the way, see message and link which talks about an infusion port.
Complete thread -- "hemo-bag system" (I found the trademark as Hemobag) ??
Complete thread -- Rigors are a common accompaniment of high fever. ... a feeling of cold ...
Complete thread -- A "hemo" infusion port (not chemo) is noted in the right chest
Complete thread -- no, I don't think so
Complete thread -- trit, with a short i. I had to turn it in, but I'll update with the answer when I get it
Complete thread -- That has to be the one, and she just left the "e" off the end. First time she's
Complete thread -- I already tried to hear that also! I'll just flag! Thanks all.
Complete thread -- your doctors are usually SO hard to find...the dictating doc should at least give a hint &
Complete thread -- pronounced rigg not ryg...?
Complete thread -- another wild guess...rigors?
Complete thread -- I can't hear that either. :(
Complete thread -- Here's the CC and HPI if anyone has any other guesses.
Complete thread -- There's a Dr. Makatche in Leesport, PA (not too far away)
Complete thread -- fevers, chills ?
Complete thread -- Do you hear attrition?
Complete thread -- Removed poor English and went with The patient is working in a bakery
Complete thread -- I almost can hear "icterus" ! but doesn't say anywhere else. It also sounds
Complete thread -- unlikely, but rule out "icterus" for "zick tours." Normally doc puts ROS in pt's words,no
Complete thread -- It's ok, I always have to leave a blank for her. I think she makes them up.
Complete thread -- In ROS, she has nausea, vomiting, s/l "zick tours," left flank pain
Complete thread -- I went thru the whole list in drscore.com too, and found nada
Complete thread -- instead of "in Reading PA?"
Complete thread -- is she maybe saying McKutcheon, Reading PA, instead of
Complete thread -- She has a physician in Reading, PA, by the name of Dr. McCutch. Then spells M-A-K as
Complete thread -- is it "tryt" or "trit" ?
Complete thread -- Yea, I'd do as dictated.
Complete thread -- Opinion? Do you think this is a correction or would you type as dictated? Sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so very much, Margaret!
Complete thread -- yaaaa. It was late onset. Clear as a bell now! Thanks much!!
Complete thread -- headaches getting better, "there is definite s/l tritimy and appreciable improvement"
Complete thread -- thanks to keahoo & nm! New to me! Wonders never cease!
Complete thread -- hmmm....believe a hyphen might be needed? some late-onset neuropathic pain?
Complete thread -- listen for mild bilateral-type deficit. Think doc could mean pt missed some
Complete thread -- some late onset neuropathic pain from a spinal cord injury....
Complete thread -- No, he's not saying the same thing. He's saying
Complete thread -- followup / follow up - if you can substitute office visit for followup, then it is 1 word.
Complete thread -- a different take. and follow up - 2 words. or a plan of followup ...
Complete thread -- and yes, i typed it wrong, but you know what i
Complete thread -- and, I agree with keahoo (google N-acetytlcysteine OCD)
Complete thread -- and, while you may think the rest of the sentence wouldn't help,
Complete thread -- He's being a bit repetitive, but I'd type what he said.
Complete thread -- Never mind. I get it,
Complete thread -- Is it just me, or isn't he saying basically the same thing in the 3rd sentence as
Complete thread -- N-acetylcysteine?
Complete thread -- a little more context here
Complete thread -- s/l lay dons
Complete thread -- sensation to pin was generally felt throughout, mild "bloag type" deficit.
Complete thread -- Psychiatry
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- s/l "leukoid mass," prostatic adenocarcinoma
Complete thread -- It took me a while. :)
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- I'd fire you in a nanosecond.
Complete thread -- patient, in fact, has overall done well. In fact, was scoped, I believe, close to a year
Complete thread -- Help with punctuation pls
Complete thread -- glad you figured it out!
Complete thread -- Oh, I agree!!
Complete thread -- It was 100 biphasic joules. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- I most certainly would not "just take OUT reference to his age." smh
Complete thread -- sometimes 50s sound like 60s (like 15 and 16) ?
Complete thread -- sorry, it just cuts out right there and I can't hear anything. sounds like the doc cut it
Complete thread -- Got this now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I agree, some fly so fast hard to tell if 'artery' is in there.
Complete thread -- it is there now.
Complete thread -- Sorry got interrupted while posting.
Complete thread -- okay then, that answers my question. Thanks much!
Complete thread -- he's just not saying artery, it is what it is. I have them do that with coronary artery
Complete thread -- 105 shock joules?
Complete thread -- I've heard 'em say both on an echo before.
Complete thread -- context
Complete thread -- question about echocardiogram results...major fast-talker. I can sometimes sm...
Complete thread -- We proceeded to cardioversion at 105 s/l "vasa" joules.
Complete thread -- I'd probably just take out the reference to his age.
Complete thread -- old wav is still there
Complete thread -- The patient is seen in her hospital room. She is lying in bed. She is in no sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It looks like the archives have 4.5 shaver.
Complete thread -- "is probably not" not of probably not.
Complete thread -- punctuation
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- check Cam lesion
Complete thread -- 4 5 shaver ? is that 4/5 or 0.45 or 4,5 ?
Complete thread -- Mgt, she posted above. I've listened umpteen times and sounds like maybe 3 words in there
Complete thread -- google ex lap. I also wonder if "of" is actually "with"
Complete thread -- Lateral view of the hip shows a s/l "can" lesion. Is this correct?
Complete thread -- s/l word..
Complete thread -- This was done carefully and _____ with good
Complete thread -- He stopped smoking when he was in his 60s, approximately 17 to 18 years ago,
Complete thread -- Ester-C Found it.
Complete thread -- Med. s/l estelle C More info inside.
Complete thread -- the word falls within the pt's quote no matter how it is spelled
Complete thread -- Got it!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- minor resting changes
Complete thread -- wag: ESL? could he have said "rest during" for UR s/l, rather than "during rest"?
Complete thread -- posted wav (if that helps)
Complete thread -- s/l restering/rust ring/ (on EKG)
Complete thread -- No, but thanks anyways. ...
Complete thread -- Exercise stress test was nondiagnostic and she has some minor s/l restering changes
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm just going to put hypotension. He says hypo everywhere else in report.
Complete thread -- ha, thanks
Complete thread -- systolic? (another WAG)
Complete thread -- but it'd be "was removed" rather than "were" (was "was" what was dictated?)
Complete thread -- No. (see BP) You must flag. Doc misspoke.
Complete thread -- WAG: schedule?
Complete thread -- Nope, they flip you up that way when your BP drops. Trendelenburg is for hypotension.
Complete thread -- Trendelenburg position for "hyper"tension
Complete thread -- (wav is long gone. If at ALL possible, supply a s/l for your unk even if you post a wav.
Complete thread -- Type 2 diabetes, obese
Complete thread -- "an ellipse" not "any lips"
Complete thread -- s/l lips of skin
Complete thread -- yes, awkward, but no need to change. (giving titer in pt's blood recently)
Complete thread -- Wow, thank you! That is so great I really appreciate it!
Complete thread -- Apparently viral load changes are described as log (sm) so it is 3-log
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you both!!!
Complete thread -- (I, too, hear "We" in that spot.)
Complete thread -- start him on entecavir as he does have (s/l 3 log virus)
Complete thread -- after he says full stop... I know he says full stop, after full stop before previously
Complete thread -- possibly flaring, as in refluxing, flashing WAG
Complete thread -- (what I hear as well.)
Complete thread -- full stop (means period). We previously discussed..
Complete thread -- Oops, continuing ROP (formerly RLF, retrolental fibroplasia) "plus disease"
Complete thread -- WAV posted...
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- (concur) Definition of "plus disease" in retinopathy of prematurity,
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'd go with Karveside - you're right, Cardizide was out as of '08 if I'm reading it right.
Complete thread -- Karveside vs Cardizide... Isn't Cardizide cancelled?
Complete thread -- thanks. that does look much better.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- one q.6 to two q.6
Complete thread -- The first one. The second sentence is a complete sentence sm
Complete thread -- would you expand this-
Complete thread -- Punctuation help regarding however, please. See inside:
Complete thread -- thanks, will go fix it!!
Complete thread -- gee thanks!
Complete thread -- This was done carefully and _____ with good
Complete thread -- Bydureon
Complete thread -- Type 2 diabetes med "Vydorion"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- a comma is needed in this case. See message for link.
Complete thread -- Yep, closed-chain. Ty for tolerating my ramblings. :)
Complete thread -- Perhaps closed chain??
Complete thread -- Pt had ACL reconstruction: Continue s/l clothes change strength work. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- comma or no comma after clinically? I was copying and pasting an old report and s.m.
Complete thread -- yes that's it! Heard it perfectly when I went back to listen - THANKS!!
Complete thread -- ? polysomnogram
Complete thread -- sleep study
Complete thread -- GOT it! ...adhesion, access L5-S1, advancement of catheter towards L4-L5 level.
Complete thread -- spelled nervey for me and said, "I guess you would spell that n-e-r-v-e-y."
Complete thread -- but not what is said " spelled nervey for me and said, "I guess you would spell that n-e-r
Complete thread -- Could very well be the patient's spelling on a form the patient
Complete thread -- but, OP said he is "quoting the patient" - then he spells it. I'd keep the spelling in
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- that is his spelling, not a quote of the patient's spelling. BIG diff.
Complete thread -- variable
Complete thread -- variable or invariable
Complete thread -- Most dictionaries also describe nervy: "archaic" muscular; sinewy
Complete thread -- I'd inside quote mark his guess at spelling, since that is not a quote of the patient, but
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all!!!
Complete thread -- if its is in quotes & thats how he spelled it, i'd keep his spelling.
Complete thread -- Essential or Essentia (vitamin)?
Complete thread -- Actonel (cap)
Complete thread -- Doctor is quoting the patient. The patient describes her pain as
Complete thread -- most likely cruciferous extract
Complete thread -- Meds include actonel, s/l "acsential", methimazole, s/l "prosiferous extract"
Complete thread -- they don't even think about that. I doubt seriously he wants it twice.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I guess I should just leave it. No verbatim, but he does say it 2x, so he must
Complete thread -- I'm verbatim but would type as dictated
Complete thread -- D: He underwent a DALK keratoplasty. Isnt this redundant or would you leave it?
Complete thread -- a lot!
Complete thread -- Thanks. that makes sense.
Complete thread -- bless you and have a productive day!
Complete thread -- yep plus disease (see link)
Complete thread -- The lens visualization reveals s/l plus disease. Tp is with ROP.
Complete thread -- right bundle junctional escape, tachycardia and atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- protruded makes sense with context. Although you can see some posts with pretrude on
Complete thread -- where would you put commas?
Complete thread -- Agree with oaompp as it could be just "work" and is working as a worker (redundant I know)
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- We could get to the lipoma s/l pretruded through the wound. Protruded??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- What program do you use?
Complete thread -- Benazepril? It is for hypertension.
Complete thread -- I was thinking that but I definitely hear a "wor" sound (who knows with this doc)
Complete thread -- donepezil?
Complete thread -- I was not sure I heard all of the last one. You need to listen.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- med s/l teneprizil
Complete thread -- RPR, HIV, and hepatitis B surface antigen
Complete thread -- rubella immune, RPR, HIV, hepatitis B surface antigen ??
Complete thread -- Another mp3 file - obstetrics note.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I hear it now.
Complete thread -- Maybe just work?
Complete thread -- I found several shorts for this on search. Serum Osm Gap or osmol?
Complete thread -- calculated serum osm (osmolality)
Complete thread -- I hear "intradetrusor use of Botox"
Complete thread -- severe pain?
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- Use another program to record ONLY what you want us to hear.
Complete thread -- baker?
Complete thread -- calculate serum s/l os-min TIA!
Complete thread -- You're welcome.
Complete thread -- The patient is working as a * s/l worker* in the bakery
Complete thread -- lysis of epidural adhesion *s/l axis/access* L5-S1 *advancement capsular* towards
Complete thread -- is narcotics is there somewhere?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- If that is what was dictated.
Complete thread -- I would do SN #17423001
Complete thread -- Symptoms of periodic left L5 nerve root irritation - Got it! Yeah!
Complete thread -- Anyone care to share?
Complete thread -- saline implant, *SN# 17423001* - ok?
Complete thread -- Multiple "reason" does not make sense, could it be multiple recent? (sm)
Complete thread -- disimpaction was started which created quite _________.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- including recent surgery *ezophacotics* for hip fracture, diabetes
Complete thread -- with low opening pressure
Complete thread -- confirmed with free flow of CO2 gas _____ pressure and high flow rate.
Complete thread -- How do you cut your audio to post a portion? I have yet to figure out a way to do it
Complete thread -- I think it is Scott Earle sign, maybe doc is saying Earle sign
Complete thread -- ala as in ala nasi
Complete thread -- no, he already said that one, but thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it! thanks so much
Complete thread -- fast spin-echo?
Complete thread -- CT brain. s/l *fasfin echo*
Complete thread -- Unfortunately no. It sounds pretty clear, but thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, but I'm not hearing that (or much of anything else)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Tinel?
Complete thread -- Really frustrating. From the research I've done I think it's 5-10
Complete thread -- guess leaking though it does not match ur s/l
Complete thread -- orthopedic test/sign s/l-Earl's test (to determine carpal tunnel or cubital tunnel)
Complete thread -- CT chest s/l *laring* (rhymes with caring)
Complete thread -- maybe just saying young?
Complete thread -- what part of the body are we talking about?
Complete thread -- Googles the words ala and nose if you don't have any references.
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- His postoperative course was complicated by fracturing of his miniplat ...
Complete thread -- He wears a bandage over his nose due to some soft-tissue loss of the t ...
Complete thread -- wow- thank you!
Complete thread -- eponychial fold
Complete thread -- soft tissue mass growing on the s/l-epinicual fold of the ulnar aspect of finger
Complete thread -- Thanks billybob
Complete thread -- precipitate
Complete thread -- posted MP3
Complete thread -- He has seasonal allergies that s/l ses-i-mate his cough and post nasal drip.
Complete thread -- glad if it helped you!!!
Complete thread -- YES!!!! You just saved me seven blanks!!!!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I could find Keofeed feeding tube in steds. So is he saying Keo?
Complete thread -- Isosource? last blank
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I posted a wav. I know it is pretty long, but I thought it might help to hear it a couple
Complete thread -- guessing only "a KO tube" may be he means keep open?? like in KVO keep vein open?
Complete thread -- or AKO tube
Complete thread -- now, he is saying KO tube.
Complete thread -- might listen for NPO tube placement -- not exactly correct.
Complete thread -- patient is in the hospital with dysphagia, likely secondary to tumors
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- Help on bone marrow biopsy. now doing flow cytometry and I'm beat
Complete thread -- don't help if you don't want to
Complete thread -- is AN anginaL equivalent
Complete thread -- agencies that have typically not considered the significant family history, where more
Complete thread -- Nope, they lost me where he/she said "where more typically if a FM should have
Complete thread -- how about like this: 62, some punctuation, and a little word change
Complete thread -- I don't understand "to in part of significant family history." It starts out
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me
Complete thread -- iliac?
Complete thread -- I have tons of them picking that up and using by. I don't know who started it, ESLs
Complete thread -- MRI - L4-L5 disk protrusion *5-10* or *5 x 10* mm craniocaudal - Swear doc says "by"
Complete thread -- Central superior *s/l aortic* left L5 nerve root irritation
Complete thread -- Pain MgmManagement - No pathologic reflex sequela elicited -
Complete thread -- I agree - both were
Complete thread -- couple guesses: Curity, Kerlix gauze
Complete thread -- both of the woundS ... were treated with whatever
Complete thread -- but shouldn't that we wounds and were, since you have both,
Complete thread -- sounds like early gauze. help pls.
Complete thread -- clear yellow not clear-yellow
Complete thread -- I wanted her to read it w/o the ON in there to see how it really sounded and I didn't
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Acute
Complete thread -- s/l hypo to me too.
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- I would - brand name? all the google images and ordering info have it capped.
Complete thread -- stax yes splint no
Complete thread -- do you capitalize stax splint
Complete thread -- neochordae?
Complete thread -- u-ka-ka fluid identified on thoracentesis sm
Complete thread -- only drug he lists is citalopram for her depression
Complete thread -- s/l hypo to me, but maybe list of meds will be clue, if he gives them
Complete thread -- WAV posted - is he saying HYPO or HYPERthyroidism
Complete thread -- Good catch! Ty!
Complete thread -- Ty. I just wasn't sure if it should somehow be two sentences or what. Like I said, the
Complete thread -- It's fine the way you have it, except that Sunday was June 17.
Complete thread -- A complex mitral valve repair was performed using a flexible 31 ATS ring as well as _
Complete thread -- I think it reads fine the way you have it.
Complete thread -- You are wanting OP to delete and add words.
Complete thread -- I cannot delete any words. Ty.
Complete thread -- i bet if you delete the on, it might read clearer.
Complete thread -- You're welcome
Complete thread -- Punctuation help. Please see inside:
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no it is not
Complete thread -- is clamshell brace in caps?
Complete thread -- aha, I see, thank you so much!
Complete thread -- granules are the delivery form, and they are placed in individual sachets
Complete thread -- thank you. i was just going to say does not s/l intramedullary.
Complete thread -- past smoking (although he has quit for 10 years), hypertension, and dyslipidemia, Dr. XXX
Complete thread -- my opinion (sm)
Complete thread -- youre probably right, but she's such a mumbler, that i'm going to have to flag anyway..
Complete thread -- intramedullary
Complete thread -- patient has lung cancer. MRI of the spine showed s/l impomidellary lesions
Complete thread -- probably alk phos, AST, ALT
Complete thread -- punctuation correct, semicolon?
Complete thread -- Blood work for gallbladder function, S/L Alcrof ACELT were normal.
Complete thread -- mesalazine 2 g (granules or sachets or granule sachets) twice daily
Complete thread -- yeah, i'll check again
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- nasolacrimal sac was located and placed *under* the stents and the duct failed to
Complete thread -- yes - purchase meaning a firm grasp
Complete thread -- They usually say "including but not limited to..." maybe?
Complete thread -- s/l purchase of the nasolacrimal duct
Complete thread -- goals, risks, and alternatives including *see not, servidon* and bleeding issues as
Complete thread -- cld be
Complete thread -- ? externalized
Complete thread -- The Bowman probes were then *externalils* in the right naris.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- were decreased and then diminished. - isn't this redundant or is it ok?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- They will perform muscle flaps.. they say that they will place two deep drains
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Pls help
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NO significant - not non
Complete thread -- I think atony is quite likely
Complete thread -- got it...incontinence
Complete thread -- (yes, I think poster knew that)
Complete thread -- P and V can sound very alike when spoken
Complete thread -- agree - really bad assumption
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- yw, from the rest of us too.
Complete thread -- thought I heard interim. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Figure-ground perception involves being able to simplify a scene into a figure and backgro
Complete thread -- especially in the (changes) in terms of figure-ground perception
Complete thread -- especially in the (changes mind to) in terms of figure
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Occupational rehab after a stroke.
Complete thread -- ?episodes of hesitancy
Complete thread -- WAG but events of hesitancy or urgency.
Complete thread -- frequency?
Complete thread -- agree, no nerve roots in the area
Complete thread -- don't know, but would consider using hesitancy or urgency
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He denies any dysuria, hematuria, s/l epons, hesitance or urgency.
Complete thread -- mild prolapse and perineal fullness (s/l distraining it) during examination
Complete thread -- nerve roots?
Complete thread -- to make sure there were no ______ in the area. Again, everything was adequate
Complete thread -- Cadence self breathing system (see link) http://www.bracco.theonlinelearningcenter.com/Cat
Complete thread -- thanks to both of you... so much
Complete thread -- ESL dictator: The patient was placed on *s/l: cadence* trial for ventilator weaning.
Complete thread -- distal palmar crease
Complete thread -- She has tenderness at the A1 pulley region at the ring finger and is nontender at the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Hertz?
Complete thread -- sure there were no *hurts* in the vicinity and everything
Complete thread -- I'd fix that reduncency. too many considerationsss .. either need to use
Complete thread -- As in, the fourth time the patient will be taking 5-FU...
Complete thread -- 4th cycle of 5-FU?
Complete thread -- a s/l it has something to do with chemo... see sentence
Complete thread -- Yes, both-bone fracture in Stedman's Ortho, or at least in my older
Complete thread -- yes, that is it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- sorry, found it and it's correct
Complete thread -- ? lower extremity non-invasive test / LENI
Complete thread -- Radial arteriotomy closure s/l secured via 10 mL of air with a wrist band
Complete thread -- TP has history of left leg edema. TP has had several *Lennys*
Complete thread -- Does Stedman's ortho show both-bone fracture? Sorry, mine are packed up during
Complete thread -- I thought so, but could not find any reference with a hyphen
Complete thread -- wouldn't you? Just like a both-bone forearm fracture?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l he says casted in the ER
Complete thread -- both bones not hyphenated (sorry)
Complete thread -- right both-bones fracture
Complete thread -- right _____ bones fracture which was reduced and casted in a _____.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- DiaBeta?
Complete thread -- three 5-0 interrupted fast-absorbing gut sutures. A forced duction test
Complete thread -- fast-absorbing gut sutures. A ___________ test was then performed and
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks, didn't give more info as doc didn't say what problems tp has.
Complete thread -- thought that but didn't think i was right
Complete thread -- Diavite is a multivitamin ?
Complete thread -- Lasix is capitalized
Complete thread -- ? off kilter
Complete thread -- infraorbital nerve block was also performed
Complete thread -- current meds include Lyrica, lasix, s/l diavaty and potassium.
Complete thread -- corrected on the *off kelta* view
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- injected with 1% lidocaine with epinephrine. A ________ was also
Complete thread -- On the second one I hear ....significant for "periorbital edema" and slight "subconj heme"
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- 1st -- "defect on CT examination."
Complete thread -- I was just coming to ask if that might be it after looking it up! Thanks.
Complete thread -- a stimulant
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- cm ________ on examination. ... for parallel edema and slight ____
Complete thread -- MP3 asthma and obstructive sleep apnea, thanks.
Complete thread -- sounds like he started to say something "recommended to" but changed his mind?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I did order Anusol HC. _______ His pneumonia resolved.
Complete thread -- distant?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- increased air entry with tight *prism* sounds. Heart sounds regular
Complete thread -- Jobst
Complete thread -- sterile dressing applied and _____ . The patient was awoken from anesthesia,
Complete thread -- That's it, thanks! Don't know why I was hearing a "p" before
Complete thread -- Never mind, found it.
Complete thread -- CT sinuses. s/l coch-a-balosa sm
Complete thread -- Can only think of Isorbid :(
Complete thread -- Thanks, I decided maybe he was just stumbling on sling.
Complete thread -- Drug name s/l "pie sir bid" with emphasis on "pie"
Complete thread -- I hear "Allergy to ACE inhibitors."
Complete thread -- I just sent it
Complete thread -- no wav...
Complete thread -- please help with WAV
Complete thread -- LOL!! I heard: His lips swell with medication. (This was in the review of systems
Complete thread -- silastic?
Complete thread -- No idea, but followup should be 1 word there.
Complete thread -- gastric s/l sclelesis sling
Complete thread -- I would have thought not - but found this: (see message) - interesting
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! Calcanectomy it is!
Complete thread -- Now that I see the post from ?, I agree with calcanectomy.
Complete thread -- I was going from her pronunciation s/l kal-keck-tomy
Complete thread -- good suggestion since mentioned partial
Complete thread -- why are you thinking soft tissue callus? It appears (to me) from this
Complete thread -- calcanectomy
Complete thread -- context inside thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I don't know of any -ectomy that combines to form removal of callus. Where's the context?
Complete thread -- That must be it. She's very clear. Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- yes - Sep 28, 2009 – A cheilectomy is a surgical procedure performed to remove bone spurs
Complete thread -- that removes a bone spur
Complete thread -- specks of blood (not specs)
Complete thread -- cheilectomy
Complete thread -- maybe doing their own abbreviation for percutaneous urogram??
Complete thread -- s/l calcectomy (removal of callus) Can't find correct spelling! thanks! nm
Complete thread -- A s/l "PCU" (not VCU) retrograde after stone removal showed caliectasis. There was
Complete thread -- NDICATIONS
Complete thread -- question: would a patient be given Gastrografin for this???
Complete thread -- He was given Gastrografin per his NG tube, to restore his bowel function
Complete thread -- coffee-ground(s)
Complete thread -- This is only a wild guess: Dieulafoy bleeding
Complete thread -- Cannot rule out *toe fole E A* type bleeding.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Probably was Saleeb.
Complete thread -- good choice...I would have flagged that too.
Complete thread -- I'm going to flag this. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- hip would make sense if you can hear it on that end.
Complete thread -- I also hear "I'm sorry", and then maybe "painful hip to rotation?"
Complete thread -- I found a bunch with the spelling of Saleeb on the
Complete thread -- tender episodes? areas? of pain with external? rotation
Complete thread -- he has tender _____ pain to rotation. still missing some of it?
Complete thread -- Sending on its way with blank.
Complete thread -- Help with ortho note, please.
Complete thread -- Dr. Faleep or Saleep (spells), apparently in North Jersey as the patient lives there
Complete thread -- flowable?
Complete thread -- Exactly right! She's a new Spanish-accented dictator and I'm struggling with her. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Wondering if the first one is "global." Saw it on another report but...
Complete thread -- Thank you for that one!
Complete thread -- #2 Kobayashi wire
Complete thread -- possibly saying Lyme DNA PCR?
Complete thread -- I must be confused. I do remember when the pages were much longer. Maybe that was before
Complete thread -- Need some help with an orthodontic report
Complete thread -- s/l Lyme "B and A" PCR. Patient with aseptic/viral meningitis
Complete thread -- never with this software (not since server.com) SM
Complete thread -- I didn't think you would be able to. I'm not sure why they changed that. You used to
Complete thread -- No, it wouldn't let me so I posted the whole thing just in case someone wanted to know! :)
Complete thread -- awesome! TY!
Complete thread -- Thanks for posting. I remember seeing it and wondered what it was. I'm not sure if there
Complete thread -- nucleoside
Complete thread -- on return?
Complete thread -- recommend treatment with a (s/l nuclear side analog.)
Complete thread -- "hard facking" - Answer from yesterday
Complete thread -- No, it is stupid to say don't use 3. If they didn't want people going out and wasting
Complete thread -- I'm getting confused.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no hyphens IMO
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Patient will continue for a week and a half. Should I hyphenate as it is easier to
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Sure it's not tenting of the bowel?
Complete thread -- draw or something like that?
Complete thread -- All great guesses. Thanks. She is saying a tinting of the bowel.
Complete thread -- Ack. Misspelled that. Sorry/ TENIA tenia bandline structure
Complete thread -- Wav posted - we will repeat her blood (????)
Complete thread -- I disagree. atony in and of itself is a problem.
Complete thread -- and allowing for technique, I think there has been no significant
Complete thread -- tinea of the bowel
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- wav posted.
Complete thread -- could it be "omentum anatomy of the bowel"
Complete thread -- lol, thanks MT50 (this persistent pain had followed teeth cleaning)
Complete thread -- No, but thanks
Complete thread -- atony of the bowel?
Complete thread -- dense adhesion which was attached to the omentum s/l and atinny of the bowel
Complete thread -- teeth cleaning
Complete thread -- I reviewed her chest x-ray and s/l in-a-longifer technique
Complete thread -- pain had followed s/l "chief cleaning" Atypical facial pain
Complete thread -- I would type it as dictated...
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- Don't know why that posted twice, so sorry
Complete thread -- Says loratalin loud and clear but no such thing as far as I know (betcha misreading chart)
Complete thread -- ha ha ha ha :)
Complete thread -- Says loratalin loud and clear but no such thing as far as I know (betcha misreading chart)
Complete thread -- loratadine, mispronounced? loretta lynn? lol.
Complete thread -- He is on omeprazole, Liposyn,_____ and omega-3. He recently quit
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- there are repetitive fluctuations or there is repatitive fluctuation?
Complete thread -- What is SO stupid? Going by what the account wants? How so?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- only loratidine (antihistamine) comes to mind
Complete thread -- a 1-week history of . ... ... . loratidine?
Complete thread -- ..and with any cardio eventually to start .....
Complete thread -- med s/l loratilin
Complete thread -- No, I'm talking about 1-cm cyst, etc.
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway, sending on.
Complete thread -- This is what I think it should be but just not sure.
Complete thread -- wav file. I have changed this area about 3 times.
Complete thread -- I actually missed that. But, first name, did not think it was a huge deal.
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- well padded, short arm "cheater cast" ???
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- copious amount of bacitracin solution ?
Complete thread -- that is SO utterly stupid.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- yep, thanks!
Complete thread -- Are you talking about followup vs follow-up?
Complete thread -- The wound was then irrigated with _____ bacitracin solution
Complete thread -- Bingo! Thank you. Was thrown off by the Kym sound. TY.TY.
Complete thread -- ? ...or responded to anything?
Complete thread -- oops, you have a name in there. (even though it's not the patient's)
Complete thread -- chimerism?
Complete thread -- chimerism?
Complete thread -- the words are synonymous
Complete thread -- Her s/l kyn-rism studies of VNTR showed all donor alleles present....
Complete thread -- Thanks. I kept thinking I heard MAC. Made no sense.
Complete thread -- We still use the hyphen where I work because we go by BOS2 and not 3.
Complete thread -- back
Complete thread -- but it makes sense, your sound alike does.
Complete thread -- Cannot hear your post.
Complete thread -- MP3 file - questioning the word I hear.
Complete thread -- per drugs.com "isphosphonates are used to treat postmenopausal and glucocorticoid induced
Complete thread -- variable angle
Complete thread -- osteopenia + commencing a (s/l diphosphonate or bisphosphonate)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- got it, labyrinthitis
Complete thread -- Off topic, but followup should be 1 word here.
Complete thread -- s/l "berabangle drill guide"
Complete thread -- vestibulitis?
Complete thread -- utilizing the plane, access.... A spine marker film was...
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- Sorry, didn't think that was right for some reason.
Complete thread -- and _____ access was made to the anterior vertebral bodies. A spinal ______ film was
Complete thread -- autograft
Complete thread -- Use of *autograph* through same incision.
Complete thread -- episodes of vertigo after being diagnosed with (s/l ***litis)
Complete thread -- Don't feel too bad. It just changed not long ago:)
Complete thread -- Exactly how was it dictated? If "of" wasn't dictated, then why add it?
Complete thread -- I hate finding out I've been doing something wrong all along. For instance, just this
Complete thread -- Makes sense. Guess company here has changed it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- My company wants it without the "of."
Complete thread -- Use of "of" in date. February 2008 or February of 2008.
Complete thread -- Fabulous, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- cytokeratin
Complete thread -- pt with breast cancer s/l "cytocreatinine"
Complete thread -- Yea, I was mixing up the letters, CVI, CBI, CVL, CBL...? all soundalike
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying. nm
Complete thread -- I found CBI - CB International (in oregon) but its "used medical equipment" so likely not.
Complete thread -- Oregon. I typed "CVL Oregon" and got nothing helpful.
Complete thread -- maybe the name of a lab?
Complete thread -- where is the account you are working on?
Complete thread -- the liver is responsible for coagulation factors
Complete thread -- Thinking the same thing, what area is the patient in?
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's not in my report though so no worries.
Complete thread -- I checked that, but I'm not coming up with anything. Knowing me,
Complete thread -- sometime
Complete thread -- might be the name of a local medical supplier?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- patient with pancreatic leak with drain in place
Complete thread -- disturbance, yes, you are correct... Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Maybe disturbance?
Complete thread -- freeing up
Complete thread -- could it be discrepancy?
Complete thread -- s/l fring up
Complete thread -- defect? disease? But what does the INR have to do with her LFTs?
Complete thread -- Thanks! Appreciate the info. :)
Complete thread -- liver function tests reveal some (s/l dis-tense) in her synthetic function
Complete thread -- according to the BoS, if no specific amount, (few, several, etc.) then yes spell it out
Complete thread -- rendering maybe
Complete thread -- "...obtaining just a few cc of clear joint fluid.." Would you leave cc as is since
Complete thread -- tones remote from delivery is what I'm hearing.
Complete thread -- factors in this context are Roman. i.e., factor V (Leiden), factor X, factor VII / VIIa
Complete thread -- she has had no contact - or - she denies any contact
Complete thread -- what on earth is squinty diarrhea??
Complete thread -- NM...it's factor X agonist
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- thought so too but couldn't hear the end so thought maybe I was missing something
Complete thread -- you need a comma after unretractable and ...
Complete thread -- s/l factor 10 antagonist TIA!
Complete thread -- nerve endo probe
Complete thread -- extension
Complete thread -- tones (part of the blank)
Complete thread -- fetal heart tones (still listening for word before delivery)
Complete thread -- Small uterine *extensa*
Complete thread -- non-reassuring fetal heart ________ for
Complete thread -- Lexapro *bola tie* generic form.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- am finding NIM-Neuro™
Complete thread -- That could be another part of the report that got included when op put the recording
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- can't find the probe
Complete thread -- and the question is?
Complete thread -- I got it, he is saying weapons. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- Nirvana probe...
Complete thread -- note: sleep evaluation patient that sleepwalks.
Complete thread -- why wouldn't ostium work?
Complete thread -- Very helpful - thanks!!
Complete thread -- Per BOS2 (sm) Also, some transcription programs do not recognize the & symbol
Complete thread -- It's not incorrect as far as I know but I have an account where we can't use & and other
Complete thread -- WAG outer skin (outer foreskin)?
Complete thread -- Is it incorrect to type D&C, or should it be D and C?
Complete thread -- sl ostium and glans
Complete thread -- She is saying stimulated!
Complete thread -- primitive neuroectodermal tumor (PNET) family of tumors into the following 3 groups based
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- amperage?
Complete thread -- see link, notice how I googled.
Complete thread -- old wav is still there.
Complete thread -- The function of the nerve was confirmed with the Nervana probe which *delineated* at
Complete thread -- stimulated at an *anburge* of 0.5
Complete thread -- nerve dysfunction, *furry* syndrome, seroma, bleeding
Complete thread -- spell check isn't working this early. colonoscopy of course.
Complete thread -- I ALSO heard "this is a pleasant overweight woman who had colonoscopy....
Complete thread -- translucent maybe
Complete thread -- OMG I believe that is it!!! Thanks.
Complete thread -- small polyp was removed?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I do not hear "were removed," but I do hear small bowel ____ and then cannot get the next
Complete thread -- had colonoscopy about six years ago and small _____ were removed.
Complete thread -- Dysembrioplastic Neuroepithelial Tumor (DNET)
Complete thread -- epilepsy workup; pt has seizures related to her prior s/l "DNET" tumor.
Complete thread -- epilepsy eval; pt has h/o "D-NET" tumor - nm
Complete thread -- s/l bilamic
Complete thread -- Upon completion of the placement of the coupler, the *single green* Ri ...
Complete thread -- significant?
Complete thread -- residual? retained? (what I usually hears) I don't think I would use
Complete thread -- small amount of (s/l truculent) faecal material
Complete thread -- got it, grit
Complete thread -- sound is clear. Flagged it, thank you for trying.
Complete thread -- just looked out the meaning and got it!!
Complete thread -- correct, nevermind, particles of stones!!
Complete thread -- what kind of accident/body part?
Complete thread -- grit
Complete thread -- can you hear...
Complete thread -- There was significant s/l grid in base of the wound which was cleaned.
Complete thread -- Calix was irrigated and thus s/l removing the patient clinically stone free.tx
Complete thread -- Got it. Sulfa drugs.
Complete thread -- sm. Need last one in list of allergies.
Complete thread -- I guess I just don't get it then. I tried. Really I did. Oh well.
Complete thread -- If you don't get it, then you just don't. It is not life and death and it's really too
Complete thread -- doh! I thought you were being literal!
Complete thread -- Maybe you could explain where the humor is, because I still don't get it.
Complete thread -- that was supposed to be a funny hahaha but I forget, no humor around here now
Complete thread -- 100% - it is iliac
Complete thread -- Great guess, but definitely there is an eff sound. I think I will flag. Ty!!
Complete thread -- surely
Complete thread -- Guess - LUE: Heard cracking still with flexion.
Complete thread -- thanks for the help
Complete thread -- thanks for posting iti :)
Complete thread -- Left upper extremity "hard facking" still with flexion.
Complete thread -- you'd have a 50/50 chance with iliac
Complete thread -- easily found on google or any decent reference. But look at link.
Complete thread -- why don't you type ileac chain into google and see what you get?
Complete thread -- Word help - *ileac chain
Complete thread -- that was easy ..."MRSA MIC is 1.5" see link.
Complete thread -- sl MRSA micy
Complete thread -- Gravidity and parity: Gravidity is the number of confirmed pregnancies; a pregnant woman i
Complete thread -- Found it... he was saying physeal plate. :-)
Complete thread -- Sports Medicine - growth plate, the *s/l fiesfield plate*
Complete thread -- that actually makes the most sense out of all below, poi.
Complete thread -- You're right, it doesn't fit.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It was just funny because I thought I had really missed something
Complete thread -- yea, poi, i was going with a s/l til i saw the wav sittin there. sheesh...bad day for me
Complete thread -- live deliveries. 9 miscarriages or abortions.
Complete thread -- G gravida, P para (deliveries)
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- G12, P3-0-9-3. This is pregnancy #12, then what does the P stand for?
Complete thread -- I think so...referencing gallbladder pain/symptoms
Complete thread -- right costal margin pain and shoulder pain which is similar to a (s/l gallbladder)?
Complete thread -- lol...I was wondering how you heard that :)
Complete thread -- LES (Laser Endovenous Saphenous Vein) ?? (link)
Complete thread -- oh heck, i just saw the wav but nothing came up?!
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. I had tried to listen for Toradol.
Complete thread -- or Toprol XL?
Complete thread -- Tegretol
Complete thread -- Yes, that sounds like it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Medication name. Thanks
Complete thread -- totally possible also... This is my least favorite doc
Complete thread -- :) thank you!
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything else. Didn't mean to double post, I just
Complete thread -- Those symptoms certainly may have been
Complete thread -- I like it but doesn't it seem like he is saying something else in addition??
Complete thread -- Yes, Australians usually follow the Brits' way of saying things.
Complete thread -- didn't like my suggestion? The symptoms may have been cardiac
Complete thread -- yes he is a terrible mumbler...Any other guesses??
Complete thread -- "Full stop" is British for "period"
Complete thread -- Ausi dictator, that means "period" or end sentence"
Complete thread -- i hear "full stop" - then its all mumbled together, may have been cardiac.
Complete thread -- I would use thick and thin.
Complete thread -- he said full stop...is that his way of saying paragraph?
Complete thread -- okay, reposted WAV with more lead
Complete thread -- I think we need a little more "lead" on the wav
Complete thread -- pl sm
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- use another program to record only what you want us to hear, then post file.
Complete thread -- sorry, how do I trim it and post it?
Complete thread -- I use an external mic and recorder program to create voice files
Complete thread -- find it? huh?
Complete thread -- how do you find and cut a file that you want to post?
Complete thread -- I know you're flagging, but wanted to add that whenever I hear "post Ls" on my accounts-sm
Complete thread -- me too (expanding orth).
Complete thread -- Sorry, there is no more context in reference to this dx. He just mentions it in PMH. SM
Complete thread -- I would not hav e either, but I know some accounts want those capped, but me,
Complete thread -- there is no DVT IN THE common femoral...etc.
Complete thread -- consider PT (posterior tibial)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- or the ortho either.
Complete thread -- I don't see any reason to cap vascular, the initial vascular consult was ...
Complete thread -- Okay thanks. Doc just doesn't say what so I am flagging and
Complete thread -- sorry, need to know what the procedure fixed,
Complete thread -- Doppler: s/l PCT02 or DCT02 or maybe even PC 302 ?
Complete thread -- does this help any? very short report and no info..sm
Complete thread -- hard to tell w/o knowing exactly what it fixed. bone fracture? tendon repair? anything?
Complete thread -- more context would be nice.
Complete thread -- that was it!!
Complete thread -- s/l post L's procedure. see inside for complete
Complete thread -- thanks, will relisten for that
Complete thread -- coapted? I've noticed a lot of podiatrists use that word.
Complete thread -- on exam, her incision is nicely s/l clafted. sutures are intact. no
Complete thread -- s/l greeken locking screws
Complete thread -- that has got to be it, even though he says it funny. THANKS
Complete thread -- thanks for the brachy word. I definitely hear distraction callotaxus though.
Complete thread -- callotasis, maybe
Complete thread -- probably brachymetatarsia. had an external fixator on? I'm finding callus distraction
Complete thread -- returned today for continued evaluation of a brachial metatarsea. She has had an
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- with a coarse?
Complete thread -- urethral diverticulectomy?
Complete thread -- Dr. is saying what sounds like "urethral *uridectomy*". No help on Google. TIA. :-)
Complete thread -- Excess cement was removed ______ osteotome
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- got it, eminence
Complete thread -- She does note some swelling in the ball of the foot. She locates area of discomfort
Complete thread -- 3. NO NO - keyhole punch used. sheesh
Complete thread -- 1. in the tibia with cautery. 2. at the reference marks. 3. acute punch used
Complete thread -- found it
Complete thread -- a few questions... pls hlp
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Is this dosage correct? melatonin 3 mg
Complete thread -- cold compresses?
Complete thread -- central drill hole was made. Trial components were inserted with a 14 ...
Complete thread -- Trial _____ with a 14 PS peg
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- joint swelling. Cold presses?
Complete thread -- The patient reports......
Complete thread -- The patient She reports no racing thoughts, 'har-mood or' irritability, just being ve
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- surgery of the left surgery secondary to dislocation??? something wrong in there...
Complete thread -- _____ measured perpendicular (I think there is still another word in there)
Complete thread -- I tried but no sound came through at all. sorry
Complete thread -- done
Complete thread -- Sorry, I may have posted my wav over yours. Would you kindly repost yours again.
Complete thread -- bad mood?
Complete thread -- The tibia was subluxed anteriorly and _____ perpendicular to the long axis in
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks to those that listened.
Complete thread -- some type of mood? See linky
Complete thread -- some type of mood? See linky
Complete thread -- thanks... did google but apparently not the right way as I could not find...
Complete thread -- Perhaps something "thigh" in part for the blank
Complete thread -- The patient reports no racing thoughts, "har-mood, or" irritability
Complete thread -- A sterile _____ proximal tourniquet was inflated
Complete thread -- Ativan drips are dosed mg/hr, we usually start with a 2-4mg bolus then go from 1-10mg/hr o
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- adnexa?
Complete thread -- parenchyma
Complete thread -- parenchyma?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l...pa-ram-e-ka....sm
Complete thread -- using marijuana/mushrooms allegedly (stumble) just prior to presentation
Complete thread -- patient reported _______ mushroom allergy _______ just prior to presentation.
Complete thread -- chest x-ray which suggested a paravertebral mass, hence
Complete thread -- thanks... is 10 mg incorrect for ativan? Definitely saying that but can't find dosage
Complete thread -- Bolus: 1mcg/kg over 10 minutes (bolus is drawn up from drip and thus will have ... 0.3mcg/
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd make a new heading then. Cause those are NOT outpatient medications...
Complete thread -- s/l presvesk drip at 0.3 mcg/kg/hour.
Complete thread -- listen for melena
Complete thread -- Denied any hematemesis, *male* or hematochezia in the past
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- okay, see links
Complete thread -- s/l pointed ball spike clamp
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Does he want the "blank" to fill in later? Then I'd put a _______.
Complete thread -- says "ICD-9 code s/l blank" how to transcribe this?
Complete thread -- just muffles the start too bad to know. Also with her jumping from heme disorders to
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- all I can get is the ending - cytosis. sorry
Complete thread -- maybe bayonette????
Complete thread -- Can't listen to wav file, but can you possibly hear "hypothyroidism"???? SM
Complete thread -- x-ray shows both-bone forearm fracture of the left upper extremity
Complete thread -- like thyroid disorders including ______. I will repeat vitamin B12 and folate le
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ah, that needs to be disorders of the thyroid, (*Comma) disorders of monoclonal ?
Complete thread -- lookin' but might want to 'fix' "disorders of the thyroid disorders"..
Complete thread -- thanks ltt
Complete thread -- Trachea has been plugged, and she has normal oxygen saturation..see message for *___
Complete thread -- thyroid disorders including *mono clonal cytosis*
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- #1 uncus ,#2 uncovertebral ?
Complete thread -- Cervical CAT scan
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- EMLA cream
Complete thread -- the patient is s/p revision total knee replacement. he was givne a prescription for
Complete thread -- he went to ____ hospital by ambulance (NY or NJ)
Complete thread -- sheesh yourself; did you pick up 12-lead??
Complete thread -- Keep up. The canadian was for the hemoglobin at 113. Sheesh
Complete thread -- atraumatic makes more sense
Complete thread -- ECG: 12-lead
Complete thread -- no - it's 12-lead
Complete thread -- Paxil 10 mg daily, __________ 2 tablets daily once a week and 3 tablets of 1 mg.
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. Sent it in with a blank.
Complete thread -- I apologize for not stating I am Canadian. I would have replied sooner ...
Complete thread -- New injection called s/l Actabar. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- this gets mentioned every time. Since everyone is harpin' on the OP knowing
Complete thread -- You get used to it after you've been here a while. Pretty common.
Complete thread -- I found this --sm
Complete thread -- her red cell indices were otherwise normal.
Complete thread -- this is true; however, the OP needs to state this so she doesn't have a bunch
Complete thread -- this is true; however, the OP needs to state this so she doesn't have a bunch
Complete thread -- hemoglobin 13? 11.3??
Complete thread -- HEMATOLOGY COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT (CBC)
Complete thread -- 3 cell lines is correct " increase in all three cell lines i.e. red cells, white cells an
Complete thread -- could be canadian however
Complete thread -- ECG dual lead. but on the cbc, all 3 were reduced, but that hgb of 113 sure looks
Complete thread -- Unstable angina
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- sure, a reference who when given here is usually with the disclaimer that they have errors
Complete thread -- First off, it was established that Stedman's had the systemic, and we know they're always
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- Sure, the one who goes by a reference published for MTs is the troll. Not to
Complete thread -- or "the afferent" (artery? nerve?)
Complete thread -- sounds like "the effort." So, perhaps, "the effluent"?? WAAG
Complete thread -- Probably the same troll who started it all the other day thinking there was just one
Complete thread -- Does this look correct?
Complete thread -- Now show us a book of medical abbreviations and acronyms that says SBI means serious
Complete thread -- they are not all wrong. I seriously doubt these were "typists" making errors or expansion
Complete thread -- ligamentous injury? (instead of ligament synergy)
Complete thread -- green
Complete thread -- LOL. I just got here and the above post was my first post in 3 days.
Complete thread -- was not 'expanded out' per se. the doctor said what he said.
Complete thread -- gosh darn, you can find an excuse for anything. Those are journal articles, those are
Complete thread -- How about instead of fighting amongst yourselves, the OP couldn't determine
Complete thread -- That's probably what the "typist" expanded it out to, not a medical professional.
Complete thread -- http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/113/6/1728.abstract
Complete thread -- How about calling out the AAFP, cause surely they cannot think this
Complete thread -- No, you can read the context and check another reference for the correct expansion,
Complete thread -- It's definitely not just a common adjective in the medical word. Did you even read the
Complete thread -- tibial tubercle.
Complete thread -- Medilexicon shows None of the above. Guess it could be a crap shoot
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- and systemic is not just an adjective to describe something, right.
Complete thread -- common sense should tell you that serious and significant are just common adjectives you
Complete thread -- and we all know that docs don't interchange words for each other at all,
Complete thread -- And do YOU have a "RELIABLE" reference handy. I think I can use my common sense
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Use your reliable references, people, not just what you can find on Google!
Complete thread -- Try looking in a reference, like Stedman's Medical Abbreviations, Acronyms & Symbols.
Complete thread -- 467,000 for serious , 87,000 for significant, and bringing up the rear was systemic 81,00
Complete thread -- from what you find doing a tiny bit of research on Google, that is not quite true
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- we clearly dissected out what appeared to be _____ with safety. We were sure
Complete thread -- it is an interjector there, commas fine.
Complete thread -- TY VM
Complete thread -- At this time, with no paresthesia, however, has had this in the past. Semicolon/comm
Complete thread -- found it - macrolides. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- was macro/microvase a medication or what you heard? I can't verify.
Complete thread -- I'd go with systemic over serious
Complete thread -- I believe it's systemic
Complete thread -- I believe it is SBI - Serious Bacterial Infection
Complete thread -- allergies - patient is having a sleep study evaluation.
Complete thread -- macro/microvase? What are these??? medications or allergies??? What is
Complete thread -- SPI? sbi? svi? Acronym-challenged
Complete thread -- Include sulfa, penicillin, Vicodin, Reglan, _________
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry...pudendal
Complete thread -- sacral-pudenal area
Complete thread -- Centor score of 4 would be my guess. With a score greater than 3, they
Complete thread -- or pudendal area.
Complete thread -- she heard traumatic
Complete thread -- Not trademarked Percocet, no, does not come in 15 anything
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I was just on drugs.com and it seems fine now. I had a popup 2 wks ago, but nothing today
Complete thread -- click on FDA Brands to get their list.
Complete thread -- Sorry, didn't know that. Still can't verify it here. Here is a link from Rxlist.com - SM
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link, but I haven't been using that site since quite a few MTs said their
Complete thread -- Can't verify that dose either. See message for links from drugs.com
Complete thread -- Dictated Percocet 15/325, but I can't verify in my Saunders that dosage. Anyone else
Complete thread -- It's definitely traumatic. Ty for your help. :)
Complete thread -- OP heard something close to draining, and prepatellar bursitis
Complete thread -- not sure that does
Complete thread -- draining would make sense
Complete thread -- did the patient hurt it, or "atraumatic" ?
Complete thread -- I "think" she might be saying traumatic. :|
Complete thread -- Prepatellar bursitis appears to be s/l drank and nonseptic at this time.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- contrecoup (mechanism of injury)
Complete thread -- CT head shows 15 mm density, left frontal, suspect meningioma. ...
Complete thread -- NM flagged
Complete thread -- "The patient has S/L *center square 4.* No need for streptococcus test,
Complete thread -- s/l *Nascar* hand-held nebulizers
Complete thread -- thank you! Thanks all for your research here!
Complete thread -- onlay - Onlay (? caps)
Complete thread -- LiquaCel ?
Complete thread -- ? Aquasol, Feosol, Anusol?
Complete thread -- sorry for posting twice. I didn't think it took first time
Complete thread -- drug that s/l liqui sol sm please
Complete thread -- looking for drug that s/l liqui sol sm please for context
Complete thread -- Cannot find anything like this. Post excision for pilonidal cyst with wound opening.
Complete thread -- thanks all. i think i am going to underline this for him. 1 tablet injection makes no
Complete thread -- a language problem?
Complete thread -- Cyracom phones. very common.
Complete thread -- I did work for a clinic once that used translators over the telephone to help with the
Complete thread -- Based on context barrier would be the logical choice.
Complete thread -- Barrier wound be my only suggestion, but since you say no, then I can't think of anything.
Complete thread -- language caller.
Complete thread -- Just going to flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Just now s/l wound site edication (maybe wound site medication)??
Complete thread -- Could be but also s/l education and medication, more sciatic ation
Complete thread -- edication - eradication?
Complete thread -- Continue Bactroban ointment s/l "for the on laser" and Hibiclens for the "more sigh
Complete thread -- subepithelial
Complete thread -- lol - i didn't pay attention to that, but i'd never ever spell it that way
Complete thread -- 1. Of or relating to a nerve or the nervous system.
Complete thread -- spellt? spelled
Complete thread -- well, thanks to us for helping each other. sometimes i wonder why i do it.
Complete thread -- No idea. It doesn't look like this OP is one of the polite ones.
Complete thread -- I wonder, its a prefilled pen, maybe ampule?
Complete thread -- Victoza comes in 0.6 mg, 1.2 mg, or 1.8 mg (listen for one of those instead
Complete thread -- ??Cefaclor - he has all the letters just in the wrong places. maybe he's dyslexic
Complete thread -- another one same doctor,thanks allergic to ceclofer (also spellt)
Complete thread -- LOL. Like I did...speLLing.
Complete thread -- he's speng it wrong.
Complete thread -- Victoza
Complete thread -- He spells this Victora 1 tablet injection. i cannot document.
Complete thread -- I give up, blanking it
Complete thread -- Sounds more likely, doesn't it? I knew someone would come up with something eventually.
Complete thread -- short for arterial line
Complete thread -- s/l A line
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- I'd go with transverse central
Complete thread -- could be surgical clips?
Complete thread -- I am positive it is steroid.. You won't lose your "cred" haha. ...
Complete thread -- I actually went with this because patient had a carcinoid tumor removed from the area. I
Complete thread -- Sorry, I forgot to return and say I sent with a blank.
Complete thread -- Nevermind - Maxi vessel loop
Complete thread -- ? inspissation
Complete thread -- *Mack-you* vessel loop
Complete thread -- I think I got it - possible pressure on transneural root
Complete thread -- Geez - this may go with it above assessment - thought it was separate
Complete thread -- L5-S1 *discal* pathology...right PLL possible *partial transal neuveral* root
Complete thread -- He's definitely saying transverse (TY) but 2nd word is more s/l central or cervical (not
Complete thread -- can you hear "transverse interbody fusion"
Complete thread -- within the distal small bowel loop where the surgical s/l "steps" are noted
Complete thread -- Status post L5-S1 fusion...as well as *transfer central/surgical* fusion
Complete thread -- suggesting the presence of serosal implant s/l "invisceration"
Complete thread -- Thanks, same here.
Complete thread -- Can't change, but thank you to those who helped!!!
Complete thread -- but, that's the only word (in my mind) that sounds so much like disposition and not be it.
Complete thread -- Thank ya - new client who HATES blanks.
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- She posted that inside her post.
Complete thread -- Endo Shears I bet
Complete thread -- dispensation?
Complete thread -- Can you change to dispense or dispensed?
Complete thread -- If he says neural, I'd leave it as neural. However, I don't know your
Complete thread -- Right side carporadial reflex 4+/4 *s/l in case of* reflexogenic zone.
Complete thread -- Neural root irritation and neural root impingment - says in 10 reports change to
Complete thread -- Continue Norco 5/325 q. 4-6 hours p.r.n. *disposition* 120.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- Yes, I would change.
Complete thread -- CRPS due to *medial*, ulnar and radial nerve injury - should be median BUT
Complete thread -- nope, you had it right - and.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- in short courses
Complete thread -- sounds right to me. in high-intensity zone (i'd hyphen that)
Complete thread -- L4-5 disk herniation, central, with anular tear *in* high intensity zone.
Complete thread -- Ibuprofen versus Aleve *and/in/on* short courses of drug holiday.
Complete thread -- HAS to be twitching. ESL driving me bonkers with an hour left of him
Complete thread -- twitching?
Complete thread -- Radiating?
Complete thread -- Patient reports stiffness in cervical spine and denies *switching* pain in
Complete thread -- even looking under scissors I don't find anything s/l dennis, sorry
Complete thread -- Adhesiolysis: Using s/l "cold dennis shears", the thin adhesions were taken down.
Complete thread -- the 2nd definition fits your patient's situation, not the 1st one.
Complete thread -- Thanks...wasn't sure since patient has trach
Complete thread -- it fits
Complete thread -- s/l prostrated nonverbal patient ...not sure if prostrated makes sense here TIA
Complete thread -- Thanks, Margaret, and thanks for the link above. I had forgotten
Complete thread -- (Wah, boo-hoo! What a pissaroo!)
Complete thread -- (
Complete thread -- Thanks. This is a verbatim account and not always clear.
Complete thread -- (tee HEE, TEE hee!! :-)
Complete thread -- Pt will be rx'd w/ cefepime; and to cover gram-positive risk of instrumentation, SM
Complete thread -- Milk.
Complete thread -- cover gram-positive s/l with ricks and instrumentation TIA!
Complete thread -- (I can identify, at least some of the time!) Do you know what the doc intended?
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: Male.
Complete thread -- Since WB is so quiet, I'll indulge myself by posting another of my favorite sources:
Complete thread -- MPR info re drugs: some new, some with changed indications. Sorry so long. SM
Complete thread -- Thanks! (Do I lose MY "cred" if I say I won't believe QA unless they answer "steroid"?:-)
Complete thread -- hm...I don't think so, because oxytocin could stimulate uterine tetany and cause fetal hyp
Complete thread -- ? benefits of oxytocin injection
Complete thread -- You are welcome. Once a helper becomes elder, her synapses work more slowly. Sorry 'bout
Complete thread -- Ooh no, I already sent it for review. Ah, that sucks. Thank you anyway ...
Complete thread -- I will let you know as soon as QA figures it out :) ...
Complete thread -- OK, now I feel positive the word you need is "steroid" rather than "pseudo."
Complete thread -- oooOOOooo!!! I think your "pseudo" s/l is instead "steroid"!!!!
Complete thread -- (if you learn what s/l "pseudo" stood for, I would love to learn from you! :-)
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- (in my day, it was customary to repeat the BMZ when delivery imminent, if prior dose 2 wks
Complete thread -- an emergency "one" (not "warn") I can't figure out what noun doc used (s/l pseudo) for
Complete thread -- (excellent suggestion! Thanks! :-)
Complete thread -- 28 weeks pregnant
Complete thread -- never
Complete thread -- Keeps spelling Nayaran for a general surgeon at University of Maryland MedicalCenter
Complete thread -- (that is more likely. Means extremity strength is as expected, not less than expected.
Complete thread -- I think she's saying "major" muscle testing (instead of major muscle group)
Complete thread -- s/l "facial" muscle testing but it's in extremity exam
Complete thread -- to expand the idea, many panhypopit pts are s/p brain surgery, but not all.
Complete thread -- weaned off?
Complete thread -- once she is off volumes if heard prob correct, was just explaining what it meant
Complete thread -- maybe she is saying becoming "written of" medicine considering how great the rest sounds!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I probably would have put as "once she is off volumes" if I was sure I heard it
Complete thread -- Sorry - she corrected cheerful to tearful later on if that helps!!
Complete thread -- she is becoming -witdem off- medicine as she is dependent on all these medications.
Complete thread -- (thanks)
Complete thread -- s/l donor net is prob. referring to the "procurement center" sm
Complete thread -- oH! Thanks for mentioning that! :)
Complete thread -- parameters (meaning size or growth parameters such as ht, wt, OFC within nl %iles.
Complete thread -- (wow! So, bb, today's gold-plated cuspidor is gratefully awarded to YOU! :-)
Complete thread -- I believe it is the ability to start breathing on their own without sm
Complete thread -- that admits (sounds) to 8 cm.
Complete thread -- of course it would not be sounded WITH a hysteroscope, but it certainly could be sounded
Complete thread -- not with a hysteroscope what?
Complete thread -- how about "sounds"
Complete thread -- perhaps: uterine fibroid of 8 cm
Complete thread -- could it be ....with a uterus that 'amounts' to 8 cm (meaning size?)
Complete thread -- Oh, tell me about it. They oftentimes look at a past reports by the dictator, which I
Complete thread -- consistent with a uterine _________ of 8 cm
Complete thread -- not with a hysteroscope
Complete thread -- gynecology
Complete thread -- the habits must be something that means "sounded to 8 cm" but for the life of me I can't
Complete thread -- I think your QA was wrong on this one (they're not infallable, you know)
Complete thread -- She had hysteroscopy and D&C performed in April 2012 that was consiste ...
Complete thread -- more info please
Complete thread -- QA put "All values within normal limits for a term gestation." I don't see how in the
Complete thread -- say it out loud: "ten-oh-eyes" "and otherwise"
Complete thread -- normally they sound the uterus to x cm. 'habits'??? Only if it is a uterine nun.
Complete thread -- full sentence please
Complete thread -- gynecology
Complete thread -- Once she is stabilized, and then "once she be off volumes," then decide
Complete thread -- right, he saying "50 (five, zero)"
Complete thread -- She's still under anesthesia according to HPI and is going to be sedated.
Complete thread -- That's a lot of assuming, yes?
Complete thread -- Well they're getting ready to sedate her on Diprivan so sounded a little weird but sure
Complete thread -- often state "intubated, ventilated, and sedated" so maybe patient coming out of sedation?
Complete thread -- seizures are consistent with panhypopituitarism
Complete thread -- sounds fine
Complete thread -- hard to be aroused, unable to get aroused, i'd say its okay.
Complete thread -- what is a 'master' medical editor?
Complete thread -- could it be -unable to get aroused- ? Just a big guess.
Complete thread -- if they were fixing to arouse her to try to do something it could.
Complete thread -- This sounds weird to me, "about to get aroused"?
Complete thread -- Just a FYI, Vimpat is also used for diabetic neuropathic pain.
Complete thread -- Thanks 2 cents and n.m.
Complete thread -- its ok Mgt, no toes stepped on.
Complete thread -- Oops, sorry means! Your post was here, but I hadn't read it yet when I posted below.
Complete thread -- Because pt has brain tumor, she very well could need an anticonvulsant SM
Complete thread -- thank you. I hear it now.
Complete thread -- That name sounds familiar. hmm. thanks.
Complete thread -- footling breech
Complete thread -- She just says primary care provider is Dr. Newenhouse. She's a PA herself so I don't
Complete thread -- Could be - with all the brain/head - might be Vimpat to prevent seizures? but flag by all
Complete thread -- I should have mentioned - it is the same s/l on medication list. DDAVP listed separately.
Complete thread -- s/l "full wing" breech presentation? fulling?? Thank you
Complete thread -- I'd go with two words, may be. hypodensities "might be" follicles or cysts.
Complete thread -- you typed: "Currently on oral desmopressin..." Is your s/l a brand name? or DDAVP slurred
Complete thread -- Neuhaus, Newenhaus, Neuenhaus?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I am going to see if I can get the answer for all the helpers! :)
Complete thread -- may be (since imaging, makes sense guessing what they hypodensities are)
Complete thread -- your s/l is probably a mineralocorticoid, or a sex hormone, depending on pt's age, gender.
Complete thread -- I'm going to flag, but added context for your curiosity. Thanks a bunch!!!
Complete thread -- maybe or may be
Complete thread -- Any first name?
Complete thread -- Any other diagnoses? Vimpat - but that's for seizures.
Complete thread -- Yea, I'd say 50 - five zero - not 55.
Complete thread -- Does she say fifty five zero or five, five zero (wonder if stuttering the 5?)
Complete thread -- Continue thyroid replacement medicines s/l vin-tat and Cortef.
Complete thread -- He is a smoker of two packs per day for at least 55 s/l zero years? He ...
Complete thread -- Also Corliss Newhouse is an OB/GYN
Complete thread -- There's a Laura Niewenhous, but she's an NP
Complete thread -- anyone know an alternative way to spell Newenhouse? He's the patient's
Complete thread -- Should clarify -- rate per hour of normal saline unclear
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- umm, that wasn't it.
Complete thread -- I too noticed nothing about renal/kidney, dialys; might flag it myself unless give a wav
Complete thread -- that's it!
Complete thread -- It really does. I wouldn't even gotten this far w/o you both!! Ty so much Shoots & co. :)
Complete thread -- I couldn't say either way, but I did notice there was no mention
Complete thread -- I think I got it? What do you think of Rhinall (toseeeee being...sm)
Complete thread -- Definitely hear renal (ty!) now s/l renal toe-seeeeee (draws the end out, clear t sound)
Complete thread -- excellent apposition?
Complete thread -- Percocet, renal(ly) dosed? or renal(ly) dosed Tussionex.
Complete thread -- Percocet, renal(ly) dosed? or renal(ly) dosed Tussionex.
Complete thread -- desirable?
Complete thread -- OMG, wowie that's a long list. First thing that comes to mind is Percocet
Complete thread -- Medication s/l ree nell toe-seeeeed
Complete thread -- something shallow position? deep shallow? LOL. what is the procedure. HELP US help
Complete thread -- too bad we couldn't hear enough of what was BEFORE there to be sure either.
Complete thread -- ____ apposition???
Complete thread -- I sent to QA. Will post if I hear back. Thanks.
Complete thread -- exostoses?
Complete thread -- synostosis?
Complete thread -- could it be: 'otherwise' within normal limits? (as that weight seems a bit low)
Complete thread -- Thanks for guesses but I can't get it. s/l ten oh eyes or something.
Complete thread -- thought maybe so
Complete thread -- The site was then analyzed and noted to be in a *de sallow* position.
Complete thread -- the dorsal and medial bone *cytosis* were resected
Complete thread -- field
Complete thread -- probably "refuting the use of cocaine"
Complete thread -- dense nasal *fetal* deficit.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ?schmoozing "ounces"
Complete thread -- Could they be giving the weight in grams?
Complete thread -- wonder if not saying a med there but... "prophylactic for a while, using the Imodium..."
Complete thread -- Thank you for telling me how you found it! That helps for next time!! :)
Complete thread -- s/l tenor najg within normal limits for a term gestation.
Complete thread -- try a prophylactic (s/l by or while) using the Imodium for important
Complete thread -- There is a link in there, BTW.
Complete thread -- My answer is the same as below. Just for future reference sm
Complete thread -- sure, sparing works
Complete thread -- dientamoeba; (also - friend's)
Complete thread -- TY!!
Complete thread -- treat (s/l di-enter-amoeba), a condition which his friends wife has apparently acquir
Complete thread -- Yes, just coming back to say as I was proofing note, that just occurred to me. Thanks!
Complete thread -- oh, I see. You have "left", it should be "lift"
Complete thread -- sure. A lift is used to carry a scooter on a vehicle or lift it into the van.
Complete thread -- Need help making sense of this PT note for scooter to be issued to patient.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- restorement (restoration after diversion)?
Complete thread -- sulcular?
Complete thread -- reanastomosis? (check spellin)
Complete thread -- ileoanal pouch 2004, diversion (s/l restonement) 2008
Complete thread -- Had one who said pt "quit smoking 1 year ago but is an ex-smoker." Sigh.
Complete thread -- s/l tester incision
Complete thread -- Enough other blanks; what's one more -- going to flag.
Complete thread -- The patient is denying the use of cocaine, but
Complete thread -- yw
Complete thread -- Yes a mess. I don't like verbatim....royal pain. Thanks.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I hear sparing. Gramatically, not sure about it, though.
Complete thread -- wav starts way too close to the s/l. need more intro
Complete thread -- ESLs.... grr TP is refusing to use the cocaine, but cocaine is positive.
Complete thread -- how about 'lack of focus and feeling' not a comma after focus, that ...
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was obtained using ____ electrocautery.
Complete thread -- so easy to hear now
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Orthopedic?
Complete thread -- sparingly??
Complete thread -- ...though the more I think of it, it must be erectile... ??
Complete thread -- Past history of dysfunctional *lac-tile problem.* On exam, his weight is....
Complete thread -- Preoperative _____ exam revealed minimal internal
Complete thread -- s/l spirono electrocautery
Complete thread -- verbatim. Does punctuation look right?
Complete thread -- The left kidney pumped s/l loswell with flow of 53. Is this less well??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- There were poor pump numbers but these were not documented in s/l donor net?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Does anyone have experience working as a Master Medical Editor?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Although I found this link...
Complete thread -- LOL! I guess not...mask ventilated makes sense!
Complete thread -- Would "mouth ventilated" make sense?
Complete thread -- mask ventilated is what I hear.
Complete thread -- guess, left ventilated?
Complete thread -- No problem :)
Complete thread -- the patient was sedated and ________. We first began with the right ear.
Complete thread -- bless you and bless you!! I am sure I would not get it without ur help. thanks a lot!!!
Complete thread -- sartorius?
Complete thread -- Interval between fasica lata and s/l third torus was identified andincised. tq
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty!
Complete thread -- Thanks! Sorry for my misspelling!!!
Complete thread -- Got it -- Stryker Serfas
Complete thread -- consent for the procedure was obtained?
Complete thread -- Is it possible this is how this guy thinks "surface" is pronounced?
Complete thread -- pes anserinus
Complete thread -- evanescent (also: erythematous)
Complete thread -- s/l pas insuraneous
Complete thread -- patient has nonspecific s/l "abinescent", eryethematous rash on the arms and legs
Complete thread -- arthroscopy/meniscectomy sm
Complete thread -- spine surgery. A s/l saul TED harness and s/l spatula were placed on his head. TY.
Complete thread -- After appropriate consent was ______ obtained, the patient was taken to the operating
Complete thread -- that's what I heard
Complete thread -- especially on ?
Complete thread -- Painful HAV deformity, ________ on the right foot.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- which ARE suspicious
Complete thread -- huhz/??
Complete thread -- no clear focus of initiation of seizure activity is noted.
Complete thread -- relisten for UPPER" & CONTROLLED sm 1st might be obstructive??
Complete thread -- waveformS ARE suspicious for
Complete thread -- activity OFF instead of of? I just cannot get the blank. sorry
Complete thread -- of any initiation of seizure activity is noted. suspicious (FOR) epileptiform
Complete thread -- no clear focus of any _______ seizure activity is noted.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I think it is suspicious...
Complete thread -- ? were suspicious for
Complete thread -- two right temporal sharp waves which ______ for epileptiform activity.
Complete thread -- usually it is "antibiotic solution"
Complete thread -- nonsustained is not hyphenated, but I can't get the blank. It cuts off before the 2nd bla
Complete thread -- waveform of epileptiform morphology. (nonsustained)
Complete thread -- contoured waveform ______ morphology
Complete thread -- there is McGovern - sentence would have helped
Complete thread -- saying "GB" sulcus for gingivobuccal sulcus?
Complete thread -- the medical therapy part just means trying to cover all bases, i.e., sm
Complete thread -- Should never start a sentence with a number, i.e., 10 cc.
Complete thread -- Unlikeliness - unlikelihood sm & link your call
Complete thread -- Thanks very much to you both!
Complete thread -- yes - Hunter rod (Oasis beat me to it)
Complete thread -- Yes, Hunter rod.
Complete thread -- Hunter rod?
Complete thread -- wav not there yet
Complete thread -- spraying of mandible may be "splaying" ? sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- OB/GYN
Complete thread -- Help with ortho note, please.
Complete thread -- Why sorry? That is what the board is for.
Complete thread -- Where does birth control or LMP usually go?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yes, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- cutters?
Complete thread -- masseter
Complete thread -- It means that the teeth fit into their natural position when the mouth is closed.
Complete thread -- noted to be excellent *contact* of all occlusal surfaces
Complete thread -- the wire *curves* were used to release the IMF wires and these wires were cut
Complete thread -- used to elevate the *master* off the mandible and the
Complete thread -- along the *G V bulkus* bilaterally
Complete thread -- reaction to the anesthesia as *medical therapy*. All questions were
Complete thread -- All I could find was "necrobiosis lipoidica diabeticorum"
Complete thread -- the first way (according to BOS-2, the second way is "not acceptable")
Complete thread -- what's the correct way to type this?
Complete thread -- what's the sentence?
Complete thread -- patient is a severe, poor controlled diabetic....sm
Complete thread -- Ah yes. Perfect. Thank you.
Complete thread -- for that!
Complete thread -- impending? (I googled "airway compromise" and looked for words before it
Complete thread -- That's a hard one...I'd type as: had complex calcified, ulcerated, critical lesion...
Complete thread -- He had complex calcified ulcerated critical lesion in LAD. any commas required?
Complete thread -- is *unlikeliness* a correct word? ...
Complete thread -- Patient with swollen tongue. See msg.
Complete thread -- just funny-
Complete thread -- Thanks- I think you are right!
Complete thread -- guess chalazion??
Complete thread -- Patient had surgery at 4 years of age for s/l tel-ay-see-an in his eye lid?
Complete thread -- "kappa shift" is the closest I can come.
Complete thread -- too quiet, can't hear the WAV..
Complete thread -- In addition FISH evaluation demonstrated ___ to B cell population representing 46% sm
Complete thread -- had to sign it off.
Complete thread -- Anesthesia* discharge plan: He will continue warm compresses. sm
Complete thread -- another good suggestion. No way to be sure, so will flag. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I think that is a great suggestion, but will take your advice and flag it.
Complete thread -- C of A (coarctation of aorta)
Complete thread -- bronchitis C&A (chronic and acute) is all I can think of but that's
Complete thread -- doc says "Jimmy Carter* mouth retractor was placed" I can't find this in Steds.help!
Complete thread -- Thanks I thought about it. He also goes on to say past surgical history- none.
Complete thread -- say CNA and TNA out loud in that sentence
Complete thread -- delirium is singular (tremens is the modifier)
Complete thread -- I thought of that, but very clear CNA. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- T & A
Complete thread -- what would CNA state for under past medical history?
Complete thread -- Thanks. We don't expand CC on this account; AFib, for example, or whatever.
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- If it was in CC, I would expand if not verbatim, but I would make DTs plural (DTs are)
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oasis.
Complete thread -- I don't particularly like it and think it should be DT. DTs was the chief complaint, but
Complete thread -- Yeah, I hate it when the prepositional phrase interrupts the subject-verb agreement.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I know that. I was just pointing it out before someone else caught it and gave me
Complete thread -- It is a slang form of the condition.
Complete thread -- You are correct...is...the other portion is in a prepositional phrase.
Complete thread -- Yes, I know it's a condition and that's why I don't understand why we call it "DTs"
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Hmm, I think my next to last sentence should be "is consistent" (not "are") also.......
Complete thread -- I guess delirium tremens (DTs) could be considered singular,
Complete thread -- a lot
Complete thread -- We irrigated the wound with s/l bibiotic irrigation. hyphen required bi-biotic?
Complete thread -- There is a Potts ligature...
Complete thread -- mine all say left narry.
Complete thread -- right AV fistula placement
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- that is not in her question, he dictated milia. And we all know they always dictate
Complete thread -- those same doctors say right or left nares when they should say right or left naris
Complete thread -- Medipore
Complete thread -- but if the doc dictated one, then one milium
Complete thread -- pilonidal sinus
Complete thread -- she knew that.
Complete thread -- milia is plural
Complete thread -- Milia are multiple well-delineated, round, yellow-white cystic lesions sm & link
Complete thread -- yeah, I've searched it. TNX ...
Complete thread -- Couldn't hear so will blank. Thanks for guess though. I don't know why I put PSH, I
Complete thread -- I don't think you ever have just one, they usually cluster.
Complete thread -- me again....
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I lost my file. I'll relisten when I get it downloaded again.
Complete thread -- wag, but "former" maybe?
Complete thread -- right AND left....plural...arms
Complete thread -- sounds weird but I think arms is correct. (right and left, 2 arms)
Complete thread -- pls help, tnx
Complete thread -- His s/l "mobo" wife died years ago
Complete thread -- ...and also the great auricular nerve?
Complete thread -- Sending for review...thanks for all the effort :) ...
Complete thread -- Nevermind, no such thing. That is exactly what it sounds like though. ...
Complete thread -- Yes!! Thank you so much:) ...
Complete thread -- it doesn't have to add up to 100%
Complete thread -- t-gray tequitral nerve. Is what I'm hearing.
Complete thread -- it's there. Darn, I cannot figure out what he wants. :(
Complete thread -- if we can't hear the file, what does it at least sound like?
Complete thread -- I don't know if anyone can delete it, but ... I tried again and still hear nothing.
Complete thread -- okay... I will upload again. ...
Complete thread -- well, it was there. I was listening and doing searches and now, it is not there??
Complete thread -- Incision and drainage of right neck mass. ...
Complete thread -- I can't find anything remotely like what I thought I heard. what is the exact procedure
Complete thread -- Sorry I have not uploaded an audio file on here before. I clicked on s ...
Complete thread -- She has a bad habit of saying "I'm sorry" without clarifying exactly what it is she
Complete thread -- no, it just means they're behind the times. What the patient will really receive
Complete thread -- I thought this too, but wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- does this mean we don't capitalize it when the doc dictates it?
Complete thread -- I don't hear any wav.??
Complete thread -- He wasn't even saying "a." "We quoted the patient very low risk," which I caught after I
Complete thread -- Query right neck mass
Complete thread -- Thanks! Was hearing "gee" with a hard "g" at the beginning, threw me off
Complete thread -- direct antiglobulin test (DAT)
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- RASS?
Complete thread -- or maybe "at 6:56:39 for a few seconds" Who knows?
Complete thread -- I think she might have been giving the seconds in the time too and was
Complete thread -- but it's buoyant, not bouyant.
Complete thread -- Ramsey (sedation) score? p.s. Versed lost its TM, so really not using brand Versed
Complete thread -- yes,quoted, but should be quoted "a" very low risk (not of very low risk).
Complete thread -- rate at 6:50 6:39 to 6:44 ?? something doesn't jive.
Complete thread -- Okay, I'll go with what I hear, 9%. Thanks.
Complete thread -- supposed to be RATH score - deleted word score above - tia
Complete thread -- Is there a s/l RATH s/l ? The patient sm
Complete thread -- Can someone make sense of this? (***)
Complete thread -- average was 85%. It was over 85 50% of the time. It was over 120 9% of the time.
Complete thread -- how are you basing 90? Do you hear clearly 9? Cause 90% + 1% still not
Complete thread -- s/l greater than 120 beats per minute "9%" of that time (must be 90%?)
Complete thread -- Never mind, it's "quoted"
Complete thread -- We s/l "courted" the patient of very low risk for local recurrence -Would "accorded"
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- It was "involved field" thanks
Complete thread -- type of cancer???
Complete thread -- I just found "phase (I-III) trial" in Stedman's Oncology so think I will go with Roman.
Complete thread -- s/l "long" field radiation
Complete thread -- I'm seeing more 2 than II. ?
Complete thread -- bouyant, "happy"
Complete thread -- Type 1 diabetes
Complete thread -- word help... sm
Complete thread -- phase 2 trial or phase II trial ?
Complete thread -- He just says "finishing in July" in plan so I'm going to change 2014 to 2012.
Complete thread -- she's as fast-acting as her tinactin!
Complete thread -- You're probably right. I'll wait and see what he says in plan to make sure.
Complete thread -- Complete thread -- This is the troll who started it all yesterday. I can tell by the fact
Complete thread -- I say 2012 is correct. 4 years would be way too long. what was he thinkin?
Complete thread -- You are the Queen of Trolls, aokoln.
Complete thread -- And here is AOKOLN once again badgering Morgan! You just can't stop.
Complete thread -- I doubt it. He probably misspoke on the 2014. He can't be so sure the patient would live
Complete thread -- Oh boy, he says "July 2, 2014" in diagnosis and "July 2, 2012" elsewhere in
Complete thread -- mashed the post? what is that? Like mashing potatoes? Do you put garlic and butter
Complete thread -- can't find an MB or MB?6. there is a bcl6 however, and if you cannot document it
Complete thread -- Agree! I noticed that as well!
Complete thread -- found this CD79a CD10 positivity didn't see MIB-6 (but does not mean not exist...
Complete thread -- I'd say your guess would be much better than ours, as you can actually hear him.
Complete thread -- You are a genius, thank you!!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the suggestions everyone!!! Maybe the 45-50 is degrees??? Idk!
Complete thread -- I thought 8 steps (stairs) not steps as in walking. 8 steps for 120-125 feet is some
Complete thread -- nonsense, it WAS you. I have seen content given and still mashed the post. Go AAAWAY
Complete thread -- I didn't think an adjective would work there, but you could be right.
Complete thread -- Flow cytometry showed 100% positivity for CD20 cells, CD79a positivity, MIB-1 at 98%.
Complete thread -- isn't copy and paste a remarkable tool?
Complete thread -- mobility is 120 to 125 feet with contact-guard (assistance) to stand-by (assistance)
Complete thread -- I'd do:
Complete thread -- Can anyone make sense of this second sentence?
Complete thread -- yellow fatty fibrofatty tissue. Do you think he's correcting or wants both
Complete thread -- Just coming to post the same thing - thanks
Complete thread -- 18-gauge spinal needle
Complete thread -- This is the troll who started it all yesterday. I can tell by the fact that
Complete thread -- You are delusional if you think it is just one poster. The one those
Complete thread -- It's not worded great, but my choice would be impending
Complete thread -- I went with pending.
Complete thread -- portal using the *A T H* spinal needle for reference
Complete thread -- The patient's prognosis is extremely poor s/l "impending that"
Complete thread -- OK thanks, I think of metals when that word is used.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- totes
Complete thread -- I think 500 might be the tidal volume and he's just not saying tidal volume. Does anyone
Complete thread -- PRVC of 18 (respiratory rate), 500 (tidal volume) - looks fine
Complete thread -- seeee Psycho Trolls, like Fatal Attraction "I won't be ignored." :
Complete thread -- tail of
Complete thread -- history of resection of (s/l taylor) pancreas for some form of tumour
Complete thread -- PRVC of "18 500" (eighteen five-hundred)
Complete thread -- I suppose? I've heard them say 'crumbly' and 'crustytoenails' before.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Aquaplast nasal splint but can't find the AquaForm for a nose.
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now. Going to flag.
Complete thread -- Rhinoplasty. ...and a "uh aqua for" splint was placed on this.
Complete thread -- ----------
Complete thread -- With my initial s/l, I can see why you thought my dictator might be saying with R.
Complete thread -- Duh for me. That's it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Dang, sorry. I didn't mean to make you nervous. SM
Complete thread -- quilting?
Complete thread -- Whew, I was starting to get worried.
Complete thread -- A *clo-peen* stitch was used to reapproximate the mucoperichondrial flaps.
Complete thread -- here you are as usual, ya can't stop/control yourself
Complete thread -- sorry, what I meant was it shouldn't be rigorous (it should be vigorous)
Complete thread -- I think I have another coming up. I'll listen.
Complete thread -- works, if you can clearly hear it.
Complete thread -- MT50 you're too fast.
Complete thread -- Thx so much - that was exactly right :)
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- MacKenty
Complete thread -- they might have actually said rigorous ... those 2 words are confused sometimes
Complete thread -- Yep, pointy. Definitey a duh moment! Ty.
Complete thread -- yep, sounds like he's using more than 1 K-wire. but he is also rambling on and on and on
Complete thread -- That could be possible! I will go back and relisten. Ty much.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- A *ma-kin-kee* was used to extend the dissection in a subperiosteal plane...
Complete thread -- lol, you got it. Thanks, shoots.
Complete thread -- free-ranging (s/l chronic) constellation of symptoms (audio fault)
Complete thread -- Vigorous
Complete thread -- placed in line with the first what? and another K-wire? kinda crazy
Complete thread -- s/l "regress" lavage was carried out
Complete thread -- yep, should be 1 sentence IMO. I'd probably do:
Complete thread -- yep, he is off somewhere right off the bat. He got lost or somepin?
Complete thread -- (?) the first two sentences aren't quite right
Complete thread -- Trolls who flunked PSYCH101. These trolls have an uncontrollable urge
Complete thread -- is he saying a pointy olecranon?
Complete thread -- distal fracture segments *and then train the * head of the middle phalanx
Complete thread -- He does have a s/l point the olecranon with a slight prominence. The word point is
Complete thread -- it's hard not to!
Complete thread -- LOL seems like we all screw up trying to type non-medical terms!
Complete thread -- humerus and humorous still get me.
Complete thread -- doh, I did the same thing :)
Complete thread -- Haha, yep. I also have a hard time not typing "bowel" instead of "bowl" anymore
Complete thread -- There it is. And now I'm wondering if I didn't screw up my search by typing "lumbar"
Complete thread -- : ) lumbEr
Complete thread -- and that is an odd name for a lumbar yard, btw :)
Complete thread -- found Compu-Tech lumbar
Complete thread -- Anyone live in CA? Pt works for s/l "computec" lumbar yard (though seems like an odd
Complete thread -- Thank yoU!!
Complete thread -- time-out?
Complete thread -- A -tenup- was performed and consent was signed for a medial epicondylitis injection.
Complete thread -- Thank you, Darlene
Complete thread -- The abbreviation "i+" means that cancer cells were sm & link
Complete thread -- thanks, that's what I was looking for.
Complete thread -- Psycho Trolls: These trolls have
Complete thread -- breast cancer staging, T1b, N1, N1 i-positive, MO
Complete thread -- Hilarious! Adenoid scraper
Complete thread -- Radiation Therapy Oncology Group
Complete thread -- All I find is the RTOG 9111 too for laryngeal ca, the other letters I'm not finding.
Complete thread -- See link, (seems to be the group that discovered this)
Complete thread -- that's what i found, any more info on what the RTOG stands for, maybe?
Complete thread -- Funny. "Using adenoid scrapers..." turns to his cohort and says SM
Complete thread -- sounds right with "performed with" ... i'll agree.
Complete thread -- agree -The nasty remarks come mostly from one person, the pcycho troll
Complete thread -- RTOG 9111 ?
Complete thread -- thanks, I'll list for that!
Complete thread -- Yes, but I think I should be paid more to translate :-)
Complete thread -- I guess if you're multilingual, you gotta flaunt it
Complete thread -- laryngeal cancer - s/l Aqeeajee 9111 Protocol
Complete thread -- excrescence?
Complete thread -- performed with? Sorry, all I can think of.
Complete thread -- THAT is what it sounds like
Complete thread -- s/l ess-crutch-shuns pls sm
Complete thread -- maybe it's in (the) periphery
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- barium swallow (s/l pump form worth) with barium and with solid boluses.
Complete thread -- She has a Russian accent but speaks Spanish?
Complete thread -- I think MT50 is correct with peripherally
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- feeding tube is mentioned twice after this! thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- better suggestion!
Complete thread -- to all
Complete thread -- any chance it's "end, period" or "end, paragraph"
Complete thread -- peripherally?
Complete thread -- It's more noticeable in report and is kind of an important instruction,
Complete thread -- ditto. since the first thing is mentioned is fixation. then that is the primary.
Complete thread -- see msg pls
Complete thread -- Full before, during and after sentences might help
Complete thread -- Some of my accounts put that under MATERIALS USED
Complete thread -- I'd use "Fixation with 2-0 Ethibond suture" as "PROCEDURE:
Complete thread -- s/l Feeding* of the distal incision was opened. thank you.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- is a finger surgery
Complete thread -- fixation with 2-0 Ethibond suture. pl sm
Complete thread -- fund of knowledge
Complete thread -- Fundal knowledge
Complete thread -- I see it now, thanks!
Complete thread -- 150 in each eye .... is this written correctly? He says one five oh
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- pinch, poke, you owe me a coke
Complete thread -- three 0.045 K wires
Complete thread -- three 0.045 K wires
Complete thread -- 3-4-5 K-wire How should i transcdribe?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks! This is it. Thanks to helper above for trying. : )
Complete thread -- incipient cataracts?
Complete thread -- try out entropion and cataracts
Complete thread -- There are *in-trip-ian* cataracts in each eye. Not finding under
Complete thread -- Just for an example, I want to show you my first (sm)
Complete thread -- ok. if you say so. I'm rather dubious
Complete thread -- I don't pick on someone daily, you freak
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- We're not all that way. The nasty remarks come mostly from one person.
Complete thread -- It's normal around here. They can't be satisfied with just helping out and not throwing
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- let's see. if she has no references, where is she going to verify anything? And why
Complete thread -- link for you
Complete thread -- I would think as it sounds, making cuts that look like stair-steps?
Complete thread -- Steri-Strip?
Complete thread -- My Stedman's is 5th edition as well. :) Honestly, I use my book on a daily basis. It's
Complete thread -- yea, after i listened umpteen times and finally looked away from the computer
Complete thread -- yep, on cue. like clockwork. never fails. pick, pick, pick, pick...
Complete thread -- AlloDerm and then to *stair step* the incision, incision was then made in the AlloDer
Complete thread -- That is what it sounds like but I can't make sense of it in my brain. Can you please help
Complete thread -- Wow. I'm really sorry I asked for help. I did get help but I
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The strange thing is that when I Googled the first time,
Complete thread -- asking for help...
Complete thread -- as Mgt would say, give you the gold(en?) cuspidor?
Complete thread -- Had OP dusted off her seldomly used Stedman's, looked under fracture, then her Galeazzi
Complete thread -- position... ?
Complete thread -- Yup, you are most silly. Grand how all the trolls come out simultaneously.
Complete thread -- Oh, girl. That should leave a mark. :D Shame 10 years of work is all for naught.
Complete thread -- or proton pump inhibitors.
Complete thread -- I asked if you had Stedman's because if you had looked under procedure, gone to D's,
Complete thread -- oh knock it off
Complete thread -- I would love to go slap those papers/files, whatever he is flapping around right
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ? parachuting
Complete thread -- First of all, I'm the OP and I did not respond with "I'll take one
Complete thread -- Isn't that the truth. You can also find older versions, which are better than nothing,
Complete thread -- could be, Procedure? How is she positioned? could she possibly fall if positioned
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oh boo hoo hoo. Give me one of us who is not having budget issues. grow up
Complete thread -- oh yeah tx
Complete thread -- I hear it, just cannot make it out yet.
Complete thread -- were put in place with *pear shooting* between interdigitary web spaces
Complete thread -- I would leave it as is, add the dashes and drop the comma
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think it makes sense, simply quite awkward. Will go with the hyphens
Complete thread -- Also, OP, you could have googled wrist derek procedure and been given answer.
Complete thread -- Why don't you tell that to my budget? Go bother some one else.
Complete thread -- time-outs performed, SCDs in place and a *lap belt* in place, the
Complete thread -- Yes, I finally got that. I really appreciate everyone's help!
Complete thread -- You could purchase one like the rest of us. Or just get free nonverifiable info
Complete thread -- I did not hear it.
Complete thread -- this was before punctuation correction at all
Complete thread -- terribly awkward if his intent, but you can look at it as....
Complete thread -- I'll take one, if you're giving them away.
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- the whole sentence
Complete thread -- My link didn't help, obviously. Your last one is probably matched.
Complete thread -- Do you have a Stedman's Ortho word book?
Complete thread -- last blank is "matched"
Complete thread -- Thank you, everyone.
Complete thread -- some links
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Darrach procedure.
Complete thread -- I'm sorry, but it makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- Hope this helps on the first part sm/link
Complete thread -- Darrach procedure or
Complete thread -- no. still does not make sense
Complete thread -- yeppers, googled right up
Complete thread -- I got my first blank filled in: Galeazzi. Now just 2 blanks! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Like chest pain without shortness of breath, palpitations, radiation,
Complete thread -- It's legit
Complete thread -- I don't have a chief complaint or a history other than
Complete thread -- sharp, nonradiating (no other associated symptoms) chest pain. That is
Complete thread -- Lipids - non-HDL?
Complete thread -- I took it to mean not associated to any disease process.
Complete thread -- sheesh. whyyyyyyyy......... n.p.o. if lowercase and NPO if you prefer uppercase.
Complete thread -- Well, I would think it would be destruction in that case.
Complete thread -- does not make sense to me
Complete thread -- I always use NPO if not in meds. The patient will be kept NPO.
Complete thread -- please provide the entire sentence
Complete thread -- Several years ago, he had destruction of the hip to the right side, bu ...
Complete thread -- Pretty sure it's distraction, but would have to see the entire sentence.
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Punctuation question.
Complete thread -- Agree. You should ask for a sample.
Complete thread -- distraction versus destruction
Complete thread -- Fox Chase is a neighborhood in North Philly. I hear on my account
Complete thread -- The way she's flying through that, she must say it every time.
Complete thread -- Why would the doctor think we would understand that! Can you see past reports?
Complete thread -- dictation was pretty clear and thanks to everyone.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia
Complete thread -- signed a consent form _____ the patient
Complete thread -- seeing a pulmonologist at S/L Flox Chase sm
Complete thread -- ...or maybe the sentence might help?
Complete thread -- listen carefully for another number, perhaps?
Complete thread -- all!
Complete thread -- it's like this
Complete thread -- not by any of the reference ranges I find, but the doctor may be going on other
Complete thread -- it
Complete thread -- with HbA1c of 5.6, is a person considered diabetic? just curious.
Complete thread -- Asking such a question proves you are lazy as well.
Complete thread -- why not?
Complete thread -- I'm not certain of the question but sm for this HbA1 range
Complete thread -- prior nondiabetic with decreased blood sugar when checked randomly.
Complete thread -- His HbA1c is 5.6 and he may have diabetes? with this range, he can have diabetes?
Complete thread -- FYI came back as "in a chip" fracture
Complete thread -- LOL! I thought "quad" was an exercise machine!
Complete thread -- Ty, Oasis.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't. Its just another name for 4-wheeler.
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- Unless it is a specific brand name, I wouldn't.
Complete thread -- Thank you. That's how I've been doing it, but I needed to be sure.
Complete thread -- Page 204: Use periods in lowercase drug-related abbreviations derived from Latin (n.p.o.)
Complete thread -- Can someone please tell me what the current BOS says about
Complete thread -- Pt was thrown off the quad on Sunday, injuring his wrist. Would you cap quad?
Complete thread -- Dumb me, so sorry
Complete thread -- Don't know if this makes sense, but FEVs??
Complete thread -- yep. he sure was. Thanks!
Complete thread -- is he saying "mixed disease"
Complete thread -- NM. after about 10 more listens, he is saying mixed disease. sheesh, killin'
Complete thread -- sleep study. I know about mixed and central apneas but my dude is saying what
Complete thread -- nonunion of the PIP fracture
Complete thread -- Wow! Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- proteinaceous is correct
Complete thread -- [PDF]
Complete thread -- CT-Pathology Correlations
Complete thread -- suggesting a protein--- . I don't know why you have to flag
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I think I might have to flag it.
Complete thread -- something - aceous - naceous?
Complete thread -- ? proteinaceous
Complete thread -- S/L "approach an aaay shus" exudate
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes. Avid is brand name
Complete thread -- s/l avid angioplasty balloon
Complete thread -- TriNessa maybe - its an OCP - and never put what they said, even if it is spelled
Complete thread -- survive, have blood supply, et cetera., to continue on the breast, survive
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- ok, that makes sense.
Complete thread -- I agree -
Complete thread -- couldn't pt have been transferred to hosp for control of hemorrhage in the OR?
Complete thread -- sound quality poor - sorry, I can't make out anything!
Complete thread -- yeah, no. I flagged it.
Complete thread -- no - the OR makes no sense
Complete thread -- maybe Ray-Tecs (Ray-Tec sponge)???
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- s/l OR control of hemorrhage... is this wording ok?
Complete thread -- AD - right ear. AS - left ear. AU - both ears.
Complete thread -- Right ear. Brain fart this a.m.
Complete thread -- chronic otitis media with effusion s/l AD.
Complete thread -- flagged and sent - thanks
Complete thread -- nasal reconstruction - s/l Ray-Decks ?
Complete thread -- maybe stumbling over "vitamin E or cocoa butter" ?
Complete thread -- does hip fracture make sense?
Complete thread -- dictated: 4.5 60 4 inch, certainly not 64 inch, but how should this be typed?
Complete thread -- triple clipped!
Complete thread -- The cystic duct was s/l trivocaled and divided. Pls help!
Complete thread -- creams to soften scars: "like vitamin E, 's/l okoho' cocoa butter."
Complete thread -- s/l end of tip fracture TIA!
Complete thread -- Awww, you're so sweet for sharing it with the rest of us!
Complete thread -- Got it!!
Complete thread -- Possible inferior wall MI in terms of _____ comparison. Chest x-ray done ..
Complete thread -- I wanna be nm too!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- so the nipple could do WHAT?
Complete thread -- We kept pedicle long enough and s/l fuliness so the nipple could survice.tq
Complete thread -- never mind. After listening to it over and over, I finally decided that he did not say
Complete thread -- poi, are you still around?
Complete thread -- well, my boyfriend would say, "If you read it on the internet, it MUST be true!"
Complete thread -- Mahna mahna, do doo do do doo!
Complete thread -- I saw a post that said there were 800 nm's! (jokin)
Complete thread -- I thought I was nm!
Complete thread -- nope
Complete thread -- (error)
Complete thread -- you're nm, she's nm,
Complete thread -- ? vicissitudes
Complete thread -- surely, you are not serious.
Complete thread -- Thanks - then I will just put in what she said ...
Complete thread -- no, but we have no other information that we might could search either. what
Complete thread -- naw...I got the rules figured out, was just feeling lazy about it. my bad.
Complete thread -- oh, for pete's sake. I ALWAYS forget to use " " when googling. thanks!
Complete thread -- Psychiatry
Complete thread -- googled in quotes and got 1820 hits
Complete thread -- lol...need the rules for posting Lo?
Complete thread -- btw....THANKS, poi!
Complete thread -- why is that I listened about 53 times and never heard that?? sounds perfectly clear now!
Complete thread -- have you ever heard of "acute troponin"??
Complete thread -- Lortab 7.5 mg ?
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- thanks, poi. I am finding a lot of hits with red wale on endoscopy, so I just may go with
Complete thread -- I've heard of "red wale signs." It's GI but not sure about
Complete thread -- red wheal? red wale? (need to reseach a little more, new to me)
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- .....suggesting that they could be the source of the bleeding.
Complete thread -- internal hemorrhoids inflamed with s/l regville signs on them
Complete thread -- vessels?
Complete thread -- thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- Do you mean he can't dictate each pt. as a separate file? That
Complete thread -- Systolic.
Complete thread -- he's horrible~! wish I could help. he's even sighing ... like he has
Complete thread -- systolic
Complete thread -- record a file with an external microphone and then just click
Complete thread -- Mp3 posted
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Posting audio - How in the world do I do this here? I have searched, but coming up
Complete thread -- Botulinum toxin injection leg
Complete thread -- interlocking screws ______ of 5 mm each ____.
Complete thread -- independent lbcontractor... ok. i got it.
Complete thread -- yes, thank you! ...
Complete thread -- got it! Thanks again!
Complete thread -- Agree, your idea, so you go first. Not that I really care if you
Complete thread -- Independent contractor? yes to that too.
Complete thread -- lol...uh...what is an IC? Independent Company? Yes.
Complete thread -- poi, are you an IC?
Complete thread -- 'out'
Complete thread -- glad you figured it ou
Complete thread -- ~ and after 7 years, I'd not go anywhere else.
Complete thread -- you got it. but if "SS" rings a bell...that's where I am
Complete thread -- you asked about the line count/billing and that is simple too. One file for the day
Complete thread -- Got it, no worries.
Complete thread -- Oh, I see. You're not using Express Scribe then, you're using your company's platform.
Complete thread -- We do use "word" - but it is built into their program. The jobs do not stay on our
Complete thread -- Thanks! That makes sense!
Complete thread -- No...its the company program. We highlight each job to send at one time.
Complete thread -- I also transcribe it all in one long file. Makes printing easier too for the client.
Complete thread -- Why do you want to break it up? If you want to note the
Complete thread -- Interesting. So you type it all in one word file and then send the file attached to dict?
Complete thread -- You would probably have to ask the company that you work for on how to do that.
Complete thread -- Express Scribe Question - Can you split a dictation file in pieces?
Complete thread -- never mind. I got it. Gastrointestinal bleeding, resolved.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- maybe tib post (tibialis posterior)
Complete thread -- Cerebral palsy
Complete thread -- keep on
Complete thread -- toxicities?
Complete thread -- Get everyone to come back and post a couple more times and it might be a
Complete thread -- I dunno, keep posting and this one will no doubt be the longest...
Complete thread -- complexities?
Complete thread -- consistencies? although that doesn't really fit...
Complete thread -- the benefits and s/l con-sis-ities of treatment
Complete thread -- i have one doc that always says squamnocolumnar and it throws me every time...
Complete thread -- It's usually said as radiocarpal, they're just saying it differently.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- nidus
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- s/l nah-diss
Complete thread -- Springerlink is also a reputable site, has it.
Complete thread -- I googled the phrase carporadial reflex and the first website is pain mmt
Complete thread -- All righty, great, TY. Couldn't verify that anywhere. Do you happen to have a source?
Complete thread -- probably right, there is a carporadial reflex.
Complete thread -- you first.
Complete thread -- its not so much your "ISP" - its your name on here, not your true ISP
Complete thread -- Reflex eval - Pain mgmt - S/l carporadial reflex
Complete thread -- How do we know those of you looking up others' comments don't do a little trolling of your
Complete thread -- oh wait...newsearchbox worked. giggles
Complete thread -- Is this taken from a med list, is there a dosage, what are the diagnoses?
Complete thread -- All our time? It takes what...5 seconds...? I can spare 5 seconds, lol.
Complete thread -- I'm still using IE. Must be why it isn't working.
Complete thread -- Manometry also provides information on the magnitude (amplitude) of the pressure
Complete thread -- I found it a site telling about manometry. It had either "amplitude (magnitude)" or
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- Looks like magnitude is a possibility
Complete thread -- use new search box not archives search. I didn't mean to
Complete thread -- May be your browser. Works in Google chrome, but not IE8 (at least for me)
Complete thread -- I must be a dunce LOL. I did it and all it shows is "next 50" but nothing else.
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!!
Complete thread -- amplitude of contraction
Complete thread -- I wonder what the longest thread in WB history is?
Complete thread -- I'd go with amplitude, see links
Complete thread -- Manometry study: Normal peristalsis and normal *an-tha-tude.* However,...
Complete thread -- here..I will help you. Go up to new search and type in fgjjgj
Complete thread -- heck, I cannot count. 6 letters not 5. sorry!
Complete thread -- you post something and do not put anything in the name field. The computer automatically
Complete thread -- and then she screamed for others to be banned and nonsense. Calling out others.
Complete thread -- I tried it too, didn't work.
Complete thread -- It looks like she was the one that was harrassing "Morgan" all the time.
Complete thread -- Normally, it wouldn't be quite as entertaining; however, she is a troll. Every single
Complete thread -- You mean much like the lives of those who always start the troll threads? or the
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- For those of you spending all your time looking up posters' past comments, you really need
Complete thread -- Yep, she just keeps posting. Too funny!
Complete thread -- I see that.
Complete thread -- aok! really`
Complete thread -- It's "her" wanting to know how! lol
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- read all the little responses verrryyy carefully and you can find the one that
Complete thread -- there is a post here tellin you how. Sheesh. quit posting and go read it.
Complete thread -- So is anyone going to tell how to tell who a poster is or not?
Complete thread -- There's more than 1 here, trust me.
Complete thread -- You should be banned.
Complete thread -- You are the troll and always have been
Complete thread -- PFft. Then tell how already?
Complete thread -- hemosiderin. now I hear it. thank you.
Complete thread -- hemosiderin
Complete thread -- heme sediment?
Complete thread -- Patient with a right hip replacement. sm
Complete thread -- then you did something wrong. If you work from two different
Complete thread -- (?)
Complete thread -- please, humor me anyway. there are always surrounding words.
Complete thread -- thanks...
Complete thread -- any of these? (partial list)
Complete thread -- not really. Patient has elevated prolactin.
Complete thread -- are there surrounding words or a sentence?
Complete thread -- yes, and those 3 posts are hers. they don't have aokoln in them anywhere.
Complete thread -- and don't forget, IF someone uses that AOKOLN in their posts, as LB did below, that
Complete thread -- actually not 100%. Any post that includes someone writing
Complete thread -- no, can still find hers. Just as shown below all of those tinactin posts are hers
Complete thread -- Nope that time it was me. LB. sorry.... but, so many of us use the nm, I just proved it
Complete thread -- go up to new search, enter the ISP name if you know it (that
Complete thread -- oral contraceptive s/l loreta
Complete thread -- whoops, are YOURS
Complete thread -- Yes, you are, just like these are all hers
Complete thread -- Like was stated earlier, her ISP.
Complete thread -- well, this isn't aokoln, and with all the nm's out there, how do you know for sure?
Complete thread -- how is this done?
Complete thread -- Yeppers.
Complete thread -- By looking at your past posts, you ARE the troll!
Complete thread -- And this is her claiming there is no way--yep, yep.
Complete thread -- There's definitely a way. Anyone who has been around here long enough knows it.
Complete thread -- Yep, quite, aokoln. :)
Complete thread -- As poster below said (basically) there is no way. Just another troll trolling
Complete thread -- You can use "nm" all you want now, aokoln, but we know it's you! hehe
Complete thread -- was just thinking it might help in the google search, but it didn't when I looked quickly
Complete thread -- : )
Complete thread -- Not quite
Complete thread -- It's a classified secret. If we told, then we'd have to blow up the board.
Complete thread -- This is something you need to address with your people, not a word help board.
Complete thread -- Hah!! NOT!! Seriously????
Complete thread -- Sigh. I didn't "call" her anything. I "asked" if she was? Good heavens,
Complete thread -- how do we do that, by the way?
Complete thread -- so what sense did it make to call the person British?
Complete thread -- Going to flag. Thanks everyone though.
Complete thread -- THEY have to decide what THEY/facility/account/doctor wants. Some have it all caps, some
Complete thread -- ? pedical screw fixation
Complete thread -- heck...
Complete thread -- Depends on where you work. One acct I have wants ALL CAPS, other one doesn't.
Complete thread -- how to transcribe list of allergies (meds) - regular or caps or bold or both?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- brava!
Complete thread -- good, unfortunately
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sorry about that
Complete thread -- high 5
Complete thread -- You're also identified by an ISP code and once one has that, they can see every post you
Complete thread -- Exactly!
Complete thread -- You can look up past posts from your moniker, aokoln, and see what you posted, regardless
Complete thread -- OMG you're the troll who said tinactin was a HRT!
Complete thread -- You have no clue obviously since I always post a name! lol!! Gotcha
Complete thread -- so true, so true
Complete thread -- I think the person who spelled that is from Canada...
Complete thread -- PEEK cage???
Complete thread -- The OP did post it inside
Complete thread -- make that 99.99%
Complete thread -- humor us and tell us anyway
Complete thread -- Nothing. And why in the heck would anyone to copy and paste that from hours
Complete thread -- case in point
Complete thread -- K2M is a spinal instrument company, but not sure what comes before
Complete thread -- that was the way it was copied from the original site
Complete thread -- nothing relevant sm
Complete thread -- Wow, looking at all your previous posts, aokoln, it appears you spend 99.9% of your time
Complete thread -- what comes right after K2M?
Complete thread -- Trolls who flunked PSYCH101. These trolls have an uncontrollable urge - good laugh though
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Might give that half a thought, might, but realiSe? You a British chap? Kin to the Quee
Complete thread -- OP: Someone who has no clue how to post on here
Complete thread -- fusion of T12 to L2 with removal of hardware at L2-3 with a **Piscor evokes and K2M**
Complete thread -- Internet trolls: A person whose sole purpose in life is to seek out people
Complete thread -- got it... it was proximal..
Complete thread -- Felodur for hypertension, got it
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Psycho Trolls: trolls have an unconscious psychological need to feel good by making sm
Complete thread -- s/l proximal....
Complete thread -- long thoracic?
Complete thread -- s/l longus vascular nerve
Complete thread -- ? shrinkage
Complete thread -- ? marked reduction
Complete thread -- so, then by that logic, since we would NEVER know which TED(s) the doctor was really
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I did the line guess that was too much.
Complete thread -- thank you! new to me and wouldn't have got it w/o your help
Complete thread -- millicurie
Complete thread -- caldesmon?
Complete thread -- uterine cancer, but I think it's a stain name I'm looking for
Complete thread -- if you google cintogram it will lead you to your answer
Complete thread -- four doses each * of a half mellicury* was injected into the right areola.
Complete thread -- neoadjuvant chemotherapy, which resulted in *marked fink shun* of the tumor
Complete thread -- intraoperative *left cintogram*
Complete thread -- do you have a diagnosis?
Complete thread -- Yeah, but right or wrong (TEDS), she proved YOU wrong, lol.
Complete thread -- oh yeah, because only one manufacturer makes TEDS. Right.
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- looking for term in immunohistochemistry results, s/l conts-man pls sm
Complete thread -- i think that's a typo, dude
Complete thread -- ? to make a full circular opening
Complete thread -- This was then continued in a curvilinear fashion _____ a circular opening
Complete thread -- too funny.
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestion. I ended up flagging.
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- anesthesia into a mixture of 1:1...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hmmmmm. some reference versus the actual package made by the manufacturer. hmmm
Complete thread -- thanks so much for your help
Complete thread -- retrobulbar block consisting of 3 (cc) of anesthesia ____ can't get that
Complete thread -- Weck-Cel?
Complete thread -- was per the anesthesia, _____ mixture of 1:1 were injected;
Complete thread -- page 320, Medical Abbreviations by Neil M. Davis -- TEDS
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Next, the *lifestyle* sponge was used to make sure that all of the incisions
Complete thread -- I hear emulsified cataractous lens not sent
Complete thread -- SPECIMENS: Emulsified cataract, _____
Complete thread -- To be snarky effectively, you have to respond to the right poster.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- flap?
Complete thread -- ? Theo-Dur
Complete thread -- consider groin node
Complete thread -- Thanks !
Complete thread -- Oh, I think *wound* might be it. Thanks! Going back to relisten now.
Complete thread -- Yeah, you might end up with TEDS instead of TEDs. Oh no!
Complete thread -- "stem to stern" - it is an expression we don't hear much.
Complete thread -- check out Ki-67
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Seems okay to me.
Complete thread -- could he be saying "until flat"?
Complete thread -- oops - hit enter too soon - meant to say I can't hear 'i' like silk-, stick-, or stinkweed
Complete thread -- groin fits... maybe groin wound infection?
Complete thread -- No YOU are wrong. Are you an MT? Gosh I hope you don't come anywhere
Complete thread -- ganglion cyst aspiration i am not sure what he means by "and" flat, he is not saying
Complete thread -- thanks, but it was definitely an 'o' as in 'stock' (or 'a' as in 'stalk') cam
Complete thread -- Tumor markers were noted to be ER positive, PR positive, **Q67** high...
Complete thread -- filled the abdomen from *stem to stern*. Intraoperatively,
Complete thread -- Redo of AAA. Complicated by *groin old* infection. Please sm for
Complete thread -- silkweed??
Complete thread -- I was trying to make 'felidoit' into felodipine but can't come up with anything, sorry.
Complete thread -- Is there even a word such as 'cornary' - did you look that up?
Complete thread -- 1st is coronary stent. can't think on your 2nd one....
Complete thread -- I'm not positive but I think the trademark is dead and therefore periods aren't used as
Complete thread -- not according to the manufacturer, it is not.
Complete thread -- Now, show me where the S is a part of TED. Yeah, didn't think so.
Complete thread -- Symbicort, Spiriva, (s/l felidoit or thelidoit), Micardis,
Complete thread -- straight
Complete thread -- Will obtain a urinary s/l straight culture. (s/l straight or streak)
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the suggestions.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. I'm going to have to blank it and move on.
Complete thread -- LOL I was just gonna guess on hot/ice
Complete thread -- hot/ice machine :) Have a good day.
Complete thread -- stumbling over right-sided?
Complete thread -- This is a consult on a patient who just had right total knee arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- maybe some kind of plant/stickweed, stackweed, ??? i'm guessing of course.
Complete thread -- I was going to stick up for you until you started calling people out by name
Complete thread -- there was no grammar question
Complete thread -- She is 5 weeks status post right ___carpal tunnel release
Complete thread -- sometimes they pronounce abbreviations like that
Complete thread -- vial?
Complete thread -- you are correct
Complete thread -- cardiac ablation - with an "a"
Complete thread -- The patient is allergic to aspirin and *stock weed*.
Complete thread -- true; we were just clarifying as the question was posed
Complete thread -- even in a list, the words before and after help
Complete thread -- on the package it has it T.E.D. (google ted hose images)
Complete thread -- It can be either way, maybe it was dictated TEDS
Complete thread -- brand name T.E.D. is an acronym
Complete thread -- by IV ?
Complete thread -- bile = via
Complete thread -- T.E.D. hose, which is a registered brand name (not an acronym?)
Complete thread -- incorrect. TED = thromboembolic deterrent
Complete thread -- Thromboembolism deterrent stockings.
Complete thread -- Procrit 2 mL/8000 units, 4000 units/1 mL s/l bile TIA
Complete thread -- please tell us what is wrong with the pt; what kind of doc?
Complete thread -- You are wrong. The S is part of acronym.
Complete thread -- could it be some sort of pump for lymphedema? We need context please
Complete thread -- Are you sure machine is in there?
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- TEDs the s simply is plural, not part of the acronym. Now about the s/l?
Complete thread -- Yep, that must be it. Thanks a lot :)
Complete thread -- contraindicate the use of
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- s/l hot Ace machine
Complete thread -- try to ___ small bleeding _____. There was no further bleeding seen.
Complete thread -- Gauze was used to _____ the right tonsillar fossa
Complete thread -- Rhoton nerve hook - according to Stedman's
Complete thread -- . She was reintubated without complications _____. The right tonsillar
Complete thread -- microdiskectomy using a s /l Roton or rotund ball-tip nerve hook
Complete thread -- ah hah. the old if you didn't answer, you're worthless post. Right on cue.
Complete thread -- that's IT, thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- limited run of the study is what I hear
Complete thread -- wav took forever to load :D... limited urine?(?)
Complete thread -- Darrach?
Complete thread -- s/l Dayr retractor
Complete thread -- sphincter-detrusor dyssynergia and limited ____ after study which demonstrates
Complete thread -- Found it... woo hoo !!! -- Brilinta (ticagrelor)
Complete thread -- what is amazing to me, is you had time to snark on this post,
Complete thread -- Med: s/l "brolinta" 90 mg twice daily. Dx: Afib, CKD, BPH. Thinking is has to do
Complete thread -- went back and heard presumptively clear as day!!! yeah, Thanks to everyone!!
Complete thread -- MT50: Nasopharynx and oropharynx WERE the, not was. :)
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- s/l may be (collagen) fibrils
Complete thread -- Yep, I believe you are right--fibrils. Ty!
Complete thread -- fibers?
Complete thread -- were then suctioned...
Complete thread -- Trolls who flunked PSYCH101. These trolls have an uncontrollable urge
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Is fibrils a word?
Complete thread -- ___ further bleeding ____ irrigant
Complete thread -- Definitely has no 'osed' on end. Sounds like fi-brulls. :|
Complete thread -- then thoroughly irrigated again _____. The red rubber catheter was removed
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- tiny bone fibrosed medially?
Complete thread -- We then turned our attention to the right tonsil
Complete thread -- She might be reading the physician's notes and stumbling because of the handwriting
Complete thread -- Telfa sponge _____. A microdebrider
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Usually they say and the patient was placed in suspension; I just couldn't hear that
Complete thread -- Sorry, just noticed somebody else got this one below.
Complete thread -- She had a very small nasopharynx
Complete thread -- On x-ray, he has very tiny bone s/l fibralls medially. (Pt seen for patellar disloca
Complete thread -- No evidence of bifid uvula or ?? cleft palate ?? was found
Complete thread -- The bed was rotated 90 degrees ?? for ??? suspension (not positive)
Complete thread -- Slowed down wav some
Complete thread -- presumptively is my guess too by the s/l word. she's saying per instead of pre
Complete thread -- I sometimes hear "empirically" in that context. Not very close to your s/l, though.
Complete thread -- Didn't see this... posted again. I will try.
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- presumptively?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Hmmm....will see. THANKS for taking a stab at it. (Vent time - DESPISE when docs feel the
Complete thread -- went back and listened again, still getting the "per" sound at the beginnign, not a
Complete thread -- WAG - first two ? Reclast, Imdur and ?
Complete thread -- Its part of the list of medications. Not in a sentence.
Complete thread -- how is that used in a sentence? words before and after might help as they could s.m.
Complete thread -- nope (I wish), not hearing a C sound in there at all, although I suppose if she was s.m.
Complete thread -- ohhhh stop the crap, ever consider, she was typing fast and missed listing A WORD STOP,
Complete thread -- prophylactically?
Complete thread -- Type of medication s/l "request em indurate in sulfate" (C msg for PMH)
Complete thread -- PA who speaks fast: s.m. patient is an 55-year-old female with s.m.
Complete thread -- Is there any way to slow it down?
Complete thread -- Is there any way to slow it down?
Complete thread -- 2 bullet injuries
Complete thread -- Last one ... she had a very small nasopharynx
Complete thread -- TYVM! So close...yet so far LOL
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- Questions... Is it just me????
Complete thread -- asthenic.
Complete thread -- patient is thin s/l and aesthetic TIA!
Complete thread -- two ?s
Complete thread -- never mind. Need more coffee. It was in situ. LOL
Complete thread -- This showed a partial S/L NC2 disruption of the left Achilles.
Complete thread -- immunofixation, urine immunofixation, ______, ANA, sedimentation rate, PFTs
Complete thread -- figured it out!! two bullent injuries!1
Complete thread -- we resected areas of jejunum which were damaged by s/l tubal injuries? tq
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Prinivil?
Complete thread -- Prinivil?
Complete thread -- guessing Synera patch, see link inside
Complete thread -- med s/l Premavil
Complete thread -- Tp had a "snare" patch applied prior to IV start.
Complete thread -- matt's.
Complete thread -- possesive form
Complete thread -- works on the farm
Complete thread -- parents and going with parents' farm.
Complete thread -- small things but brainfreeze!!
Complete thread -- but, we are expected to have grammar skills, aren't we??
Complete thread -- in
Complete thread -- Because we aren't typing our words.
Complete thread -- kept searching for single word s/l grainogher! thanks again.
Complete thread -- grain auger?
Complete thread -- Laceration was washed out with sterile saline "and/in" cysto tubing. Tq
Complete thread -- He got his hand stuck in s/l grainogher? thank you!
Complete thread -- He helps his parents and works in his parents' farm. Parents'??correct? parent's?
Complete thread -- fine. call me snarky if you want to, but posts like this concern me.
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you. I seen that but he is saying Flit 3 FLT 3?? I cannot s ...
Complete thread -- "FLT3-ITD negative/NPM negative" came up on Google.
Complete thread -- Sorry need help.
Complete thread -- it doesn't have to be a full sentence
Complete thread -- So it is okay to knowingly put incorrect information in a patient's medical
Complete thread -- I didn't catch that one, I only caught the "in/and" - good catch.
Complete thread -- Evidently they don't care. I sent them a report with 3 incorrect dosages just the other
Complete thread -- flagging it and then sending to QA saves your a$$...missing and sending it to QA goes
Complete thread -- wow...such witty sarcasm.
Complete thread -- Oh wow, you're so intelligent. I never would have known that you don't have thyroiditis
Complete thread -- Agree, better for the error to be on QA's back than mine!
Complete thread -- thanks for googling for me! I finally gave up and sent it in with a blank.
Complete thread -- Psycho Trolls: These trolls have an unconscious psychological need to feel good by making
Complete thread -- not OP, but thanks Darlene!
Complete thread -- might be - Boston Scientific Hydra Jagwire® Guidewire sm
Complete thread -- perhaps a type of "guidewire" ?
Complete thread -- i meant the 'thyroiditis in her knee and disks" - and evidently you
Complete thread -- but...even sending it to QA and you didn't catch it, it still goes against you for "not"
Complete thread -- need more info please = diagnosis, surgery name, sentence before and after...???
Complete thread -- As a result, the *IG jagwire* was inserted under fluoroscopic guidance ...
Complete thread -- finding a little on google for Codman?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- LOL, then you didn't "catch" squat.
Complete thread -- s/l cod plates
Complete thread -- Bariatric surgery/psychiatry
Complete thread -- I didn't catch that one, I only caught the "in/and" - good catch.
Complete thread -- I couldn't verify it but I put it because if I send to QA, they just put in whatever
Complete thread -- Are you sure on the Lortab 5/350? Rxlist only has 5/500 and shows
Complete thread -- Although I don't think he could call thyroiditis in childhood "chronic thyroiditis"
Complete thread -- It really sounds like in. Plus, he hadn't mentioned her knees and disks previously in the
Complete thread -- but that doesn't make sense, its not a full sentence?
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "AND her knee and disks" (not IN)
Complete thread -- I think he meant to say arthritis because he said she had a pain level of 6 in the back
Complete thread -- I already said I overlooked it - my bad
Complete thread -- blank it. he had to have meant arthritis or something, but not thyroiditis