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Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying
Complete thread -- will take another listen -- thanks
Complete thread -- (no hyphen between "lichen" and "planus," though, just between "planus" and "like."
Complete thread -- try a version of LPLK, "lichen-planus-like keratosis"?
Complete thread -- ? bulge
Complete thread -- NM, just got it -- daily dose would be
Complete thread -- He seems to correct himself/stumble. I hear...used ice and cold towels to cool herself...
Complete thread -- Pt with cancer of larynx. ESL (Asian?) with very clipped pronunciation. Please SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- dermatology question -- diagnosis in assessment ....sm
Complete thread -- see S/L inside
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no, kidney transplant ...
Complete thread -- does it s/l pt has a new transplant to anyone?
Complete thread -- I hear - the patient is a kidney transplant (clue was nephrology)
Complete thread -- s/l plane of "symodality indujugum" (can't get the 1st part, but sm
Complete thread -- Yes, that was it. Thanks again!
Complete thread -- Oh, sounds good! I'll go back and listen for that. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- # ...
Complete thread -- peripheral??? ...
Complete thread -- Opacity in right middle lobe in a more dependent and *bare-fore* location. SM
Complete thread -- which is accurate? MCP number 1,2... or MCP #1, 2...
Complete thread -- pls listn to wav
Complete thread -- for archives: ?typo above? genus=Babesia, illness=babesiosis, SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! That is it.
Complete thread -- capability of ...
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Babeiosis ?
Complete thread -- s/l babyosis? Says it twice. Cannot find this.
Complete thread -- Also check last sentence. Add'l areas OF PET....?
Complete thread -- The fine needle aspiration of a lymph node _____ was
Complete thread -- Yep, have had that term PET avid (also FDG avid) sm
Complete thread -- thanks Jax, learned a new one, gonna write that one down sm
Complete thread -- see message please
Complete thread -- likely IS pleural fluid, maybe just said fluid or tap? SM
Complete thread -- looks like it was Tikosyn (that what you got?)
Complete thread -- Steinman's Tenderness Displacement Test sm
Complete thread -- nevermind - found it
Complete thread -- medication help
Complete thread -- ( a bit more infor on) Cell Saver® autologous blood ...
Complete thread -- for me, since dictator states "multiple" (plural) i would just go with os peroneum.
Complete thread -- I'm finding a few hits on "peroni" being the plural form?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- EGD and BRAVO capsule placement?
Complete thread -- multiple os peroneum?
Complete thread -- s/l bravo-dunn
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- They use pork protein to make gelatin for some types of capsules.
Complete thread -- pork ??
Complete thread -- Sounds to me like he is stumbling over his words and just wants a period after angle.
Complete thread -- If referring to swelling (either there or looking for it), could perhaps be
Complete thread -- port-containing product
Complete thread -- s/l brawiness
Complete thread -- Hmm, also seeing spelled as Steinmann's. ??
Complete thread -- *Sty-mins* cartilage test is negative. Do you think he means...
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- and then this level (then) was closed...
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I listened for pleural but did not hear that.
Complete thread -- Examination of his left foot reveals some tenderness at the s/l *musk ...
Complete thread -- ? pleural
Complete thread -- Yes, TY
Complete thread -- Patient will undergo thoracentesis under ultrasound guidance. I have ...
Complete thread -- it's POLST form, so maybe it should be "do not resusitate status, POLST form signed" and..
Complete thread -- Do not resuscitate, s/l status kuls, post form signed. ...
Complete thread -- TY much
Complete thread -- No, I did n't
Complete thread -- do you hear "forearm" anywhere in there?
Complete thread -- Epworth (sleepiness scale)
Complete thread -- patient is seen to rule out sleep apnea... patient who has had witnes ...
Complete thread -- graft
Complete thread -- Billybob is right, I was wrong. It is walling off.
Complete thread -- walling off?
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- #1 - pulling off #2 - the boundaries of Wow, this guy has his stuff together! Poor you!
Complete thread -- Help with
Complete thread -- Agreed Mgt! I listened 4-5 times because I thought it was odd too, but...
Complete thread -- (maybe the doc who instituted the Zyprexa instructed that the clonazepam be stopped??
Complete thread -- (I would have thought that as well, except for having read the citation below:
Complete thread -- his not getting his clonazepam recently due to med mix-up was the focus of the visit.
Complete thread -- awesome. thanks. I was trying to possibly hear Albee (without C??) or Abilify,
Complete thread -- Thanks, Jax! Who'da thunk "olive leaf" would be #3 in that list of 5 drugs!!
Complete thread -- It's olive leaf.
Complete thread -- consider Symbyax, a combo of fluoxetine and olanzapine.
Complete thread -- If pt is adolescent, I would wonder if Abilify. It is a tad odd the pt is
Complete thread -- oops. don't want to give anyone any preconceptions about it, sorry.
Complete thread -- don'
Complete thread -- don'
Complete thread -- (sound card still defunct; can you suggest a s/l?)
Complete thread -- WAV for med. Schizophrenia is only thing mentioned in PMH.
Complete thread -- Thanks for this addition to archives re rheumatoid arthritis!! :-)
Complete thread -- That probably was it, but sent it in. Not the only marker anyway.
Complete thread -- (I, too, suspect this answer is correct. R & L braids must help direct cath tip into coron
Complete thread -- thanks, Margaret. Wunderlich I found in AK was a dermatologist, so left it blank,
Complete thread -- "red peel" should be correct. 5-FU for precancerous skin lesion..
Complete thread -- Could you give the whole sentence? any chance s/l = "anodized"
Complete thread -- Wunderlich? Unfortunately, for MD practice in an Army Hosp, the doc's license may have SM
Complete thread -- decubitus film or exam? L lat decubitus, unless pleural effusion clinically is only on R
Complete thread -- The first blank sounds like Biopsy of the right hand________.
Complete thread -- gotta move..thanks
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray demonstrated a large pleural effusion on s/l de-cube-ih-soam. Help.
Complete thread -- never mind, sending it on now.
Complete thread -- never mind, sending it on now.
Complete thread -- I think assymetric should be symmetric there, correcting it. any help pls?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- trying to find general surgeon at Bassett Army Hospital in Alaska.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Normal-appearing. Cytobrush in the. sweeping motion.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- moving on thanks for the
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- those germane to
Complete thread -- mp3 help.
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- this is what I hear...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- you may not have seen his answer here...
Complete thread -- so need help with fast dictator, posted wav
Complete thread -- thank you for suggestion - please sm for RAPID explanation :)
Complete thread -- Brain surgery: s/l "Bi-venger" titanium plates and screws
Complete thread -- derm
Complete thread -- Okay. thank you.
Complete thread -- what on earth is rapid score?
Complete thread -- I cannot send you a link or a web address, but I googled: brain anatomy and the one that
Complete thread -- found it - RAPID score :)
Complete thread -- respirations, or respiratory rate 34?
Complete thread -- Billybob, are you around? I have not been able to post a link (or a web address in
Complete thread -- New to this doc..... Vital Signs: Weight 234 pounds, BP 100/60, s/l rap 34.0. then
Complete thread -- Brain surgery s/l plane of "symodality indujugum"
Complete thread -- Exactly, it makes those long lists of meds go a lot faster.
Complete thread -- very cool. I'd like that feature too, especially because of all the re-numbering
Complete thread -- (please r/o folfirinox (5FU/leucovorin [LV]; did doc simply forget final "ox" of generic?)
Complete thread -- voveran (Voltaren)
Complete thread -- Drug list: He is on Adalat, Ezetrol, and s/l voferan
Complete thread -- or could you say he had tonsillectomy years ago, as a child?
Complete thread -- or could you say he had tonsillectomy years ago, as a child?
Complete thread -- That is definitely it. And yes, the # signs get changed to numbers, sm
Complete thread -- PACU = post-anesthetic care unit
Complete thread -- Lac-Hydrin? (skin issues would be least of the mentioned problems, so can imagine just
Complete thread -- In med list, s/l like-hydra applied b.i.d. sm
Complete thread -- figure they meant colposcopic changes
Complete thread -- Vera Pyle, Current Med Terminology, shows it capped
Complete thread -- I would not change it, but my accounts are verbatim. Several can mean many.
Complete thread -- I'd change it to "many years ago" as it's clearly what was meant
Complete thread -- Psh: Tonsillectomy as a child "several years ago." Duh, he's 52. How would you
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I do.
Complete thread -- Maybe not............can't document it.
Complete thread -- Fluids patient received during surgery 500 units of cell saver. Should that be
Complete thread -- I think I found it. coleocystitic changes
Complete thread -- vaginal cuff was performed which did reveal s/l colpocystic changes suggestive of HPV
Complete thread -- Yes, I got that, thanks.
Complete thread -- Betaseron should be capped...nm
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- platelets 297 (000) Frequently dictators go all over the place
Complete thread -- Don't know about the "dussum," but probably betaseron injections..nm
Complete thread -- there's PACU too.
Complete thread -- s/l "dussum" beta serum injections,
Complete thread -- Oh gosh, I should have gotten that. Thanks so much Paula.
Complete thread -- PICU? (Pediatric Intensive Care Unit)..nm
Complete thread -- Pt works as a s/l Pack U Nurse.
Complete thread -- extraneous makes sense to me too. thx. ...
Complete thread -- don't know s/l, but "extemporaneous" makes no sense. probably means extraneous.
Complete thread -- PAR - Prior Authorization Request ...
Complete thread -- smooth the contour of foot
Complete thread -- start by looking up "perma-cath".
Complete thread -- s/l "truly par criteria"
Complete thread -- thx that's probably it. He goes on further to say the pt developed a ...
Complete thread -- should have said "I really doubt if that is it."
Complete thread -- first thing that came to mind was odorous, but I really wonder if that is it.
Complete thread -- foot care
Complete thread -- is there such a thing as an Equistream Perma-Cath?
Complete thread -- dictated: Platelets two hundred and nine seventy nine (then sodium etc).
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- way too late to chime in - but it's probably bony ingrowth at the interbody cage
Complete thread -- 3 doses, same drug; 100, 50, 2-mg drip.
Complete thread -- I am wondering if this should be flagged. Says lidocaine twice. Should this have
Complete thread -- Yeah subclavian was it. He's saying so fast can't hear beginning of word. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think that's right
Complete thread -- incomplete emptying?
Complete thread -- wonder if U R hearing subclavian..if not see link for other possibilities
Complete thread -- Mixed incontinence **in complete obtain** and nocturia
Complete thread -- thickened dystrophic
Complete thread -- No ideas? Oh it's a single-chamber pacemaker placement procedure.
Complete thread -- Last sentence is a fragment. Also, per Stedman's Ortho, nail bed is two words.
Complete thread -- The s/l "kine" vein was punctured and cannulated. He usually says axillary
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Elidel?
Complete thread -- some kind of cream or lotion that s/l Elavil for dry skin patch.
Complete thread -- Found it. Thanks LiliK!!
Complete thread -- Does this sound right? **sick and destructive** thickened nailbed
Complete thread -- btw, found by googling drug half life. :-)
Complete thread -- half-life is the time the drug takes to get out of one's system.
Complete thread -- changing to diazepam. I explained to him the concept of s/l half life, I think this i
Complete thread -- I hear - and mild asterixis. See if can hear that
Complete thread -- likely 76,700 platelet count.
Complete thread -- sm on platelet counts
Complete thread -- SCOI? said as skoee?
Complete thread -- Thx for looking. ...
Complete thread -- its end growth
Complete thread -- nope, bony end growth
Complete thread -- sure it's not bone growth? ...
Complete thread -- stitch
Complete thread -- end growth (2 words?, 1 word?) or in growth?
Complete thread -- No gross focal deficits. _____ asterixis.
Complete thread -- might? A guess - may be slurring EBU catheter (extra backup catheter)?
Complete thread -- Dang, might be. Unfortunately just hit send. Thx for the suggestion, will make a note
Complete thread -- could it be 6-French JR B (Judkins right braided?) - just a guess.
Complete thread -- LOL I'm sending in the blank, thx for trying tho :)
Complete thread -- No. And U have another problem...see message inside
Complete thread -- (I think it was the Phoenicians; but they've gotten the hay outta Dodge! :-)
Complete thread -- Unfortunately no. Also tried ZOB, no luck. Too many letters sound too similar!
Complete thread -- n/m going w/ in.
Complete thread -- (no luck searching ZRB or CRB; might "Z" instead be "sheath(ed)"??
Complete thread -- thank you both very much for your
Complete thread -- some more ortho help pls. should this be IN or AND and is my punctuation correct or
Complete thread -- arthrowand / arthrocare wand(s)
Complete thread -- Cardiac cath: 6-French JL 4.5 catheter and a 6-French *ZRB* cathether were used to
Complete thread -- ArthroWand
Complete thread -- ortho help pls. thanks so much! s/l arthwand? see mess
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks! He slurred it together really fast. nm
Complete thread -- acute respiratory failure that has consequently resolved. ...
Complete thread -- neural foraminal ?
Complete thread -- neural foraminal stenosis
Complete thread -- MRI of the lumbar spine showing possibly
Complete thread -- agree w/ flag regardless.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- hmm thanks cannot really make it out. Guess I will send a blank.
Complete thread -- JMHO, from an MT perspective, might be 767,000. If not sure, I'd flag.
Complete thread -- somthing about agree with antibiotic coverage for HCAP
Complete thread -- occ doc says "normal" when result isn't, but result IS acceptable for pt's illness, drugs,
Complete thread -- reason for consultation: acute resp failure, consultation by ??
Complete thread -- CBC within normal limits, including platelets "seven six seven"
Complete thread -- Reposting the WAV that got deleted earlier. SM
Complete thread -- Can you make out what he is saying about HCAP antibiotic coverage. something right before
Complete thread -- Yes that is it!!! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- agree HCAP
Complete thread -- ...and then "sputum cultures, blood cultures"
Complete thread -- not H. catheter!! that is what VR put.
Complete thread -- think I hear HCAP - health care-associated pneumonia
Complete thread -- I cannot rule out H. catheter _____ _____ antibiotic coverage, sputum cultures, sm
Complete thread -- can you start the wave earlier?
Complete thread -- oops - goes with above will repost
Complete thread -- I think I hear HCAP - health care-associated pneumonia
Complete thread -- okay thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l cannot rule out something in there??
Complete thread -- Posted a WAV on this.
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after going by, and then it makes more sense to me anyway!
Complete thread -- "pressing on the nerve going by". Doesn't this sound strange? SM
Complete thread -- Did not sound like it but this guy is not the best dictator. Will relisten.
Complete thread -- ahhh, thanks!
Complete thread -- CHF ?
Complete thread -- back flash?? ...
Complete thread -- Oh this was my next question. My question was 87-year-old female _____ acute CVA ....
Complete thread -- acute CVA with dense right hemiparesis is what I hear? not matched
Complete thread -- Volume overload versus s/l h or age cap. This is one of the diagnoses.
Complete thread -- Reposted
Complete thread -- Reposted
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks.
Complete thread -- Very sorry about that.
Complete thread -- Sorry. SomeONE deleted yours before we got to hear it, repost
Complete thread -- get under the zone of injury?
Complete thread -- You need to look for other WAVs before posting. You deleted a WAV that was still sm
Complete thread -- in order to get _____injury
Complete thread -- phacoemulsified using a *back rack* technique
Complete thread -- Sorry U R in pn. Hope U feel better soon. And yw.
Complete thread -- Ahhhh ! Thank you so much. You are AWESOME !!! That is it. Am having a headache day
Complete thread -- first I used wildcard at Onelook...*desis and one of
Complete thread -- Acute respiratory failure, _____ resolved.
Complete thread -- s/l ef-i-dee'-sis
Complete thread -- ??seminiferous?? ck spelling, see link..I googled...ruptured testis tubules
Complete thread -- will try that
Complete thread -- This is etiology.
Complete thread -- would cremasteric fit?
Complete thread -- WAG " H-like
Complete thread -- The remainder of the *cream ex cervix*
Complete thread -- The testis was noted to be completely ruptured with *some emit of his tubules*
Complete thread -- The *allergy may be*related to ischemic hepatopathy and/or toxic medication-induced
Complete thread -- Break time.......TAH.
Complete thread -- female who is 12 weeks statuspost s/l TLE to BSO. She states that her pain is very in
Complete thread -- sorry, it only comes in 5 or 10%
Complete thread -- Got it. I believehe's saying Hypaque.
Complete thread -- Clenia wash?
Complete thread -- I don't have a diagnosis. The patient has undergone surgery and now ha ...
Complete thread -- But it still doesn't fit.....
Complete thread -- s/l *ace* like incision
Complete thread -- Can you hear jamais vu? or deja vecu?
Complete thread -- Actually it's acute respiratory distress syndrome, not adult.
Complete thread -- thank you so much - should have known
Complete thread -- Sorry
Complete thread -- s/l ???? something cleanse? any ideas..
Complete thread -- will just have to leave blank - have been in document too long. Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- doesn't say letters, just says what sounds like ARDS
Complete thread -- segment 6
Complete thread -- Does he say those letters separately or a word that sounds like ards? (just to clarify
Complete thread -- Perhaps veru as in verumontanum (if male) ??
Complete thread -- ARDS
Complete thread -- Additional adhesions to the *segment six* of the liver were
Complete thread -- with a normal *vero* and normal prostatic urethra
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- got it, fair ulnar and intrinsic function
Complete thread -- WAG: fair-to-good intrinsic function ??
Complete thread -- Buck's traction - definition of Buck's traction in the Medical ...one of the most common o
Complete thread -- Wouldn't really matter. First thing I think of if someone says a car shop
Complete thread -- Exam for locking and catching iof fingers
Complete thread -- Buck
Complete thread -- Left hip fracture. PLAN: I will order "5-pound box traction" on the left side.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure what a car shop is. A place to buy cars, a place to have cars repaired, a
Complete thread -- That surely makes more sense but it sounds more like "car shop" so will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks! This is a resident and I think she is off her rocker.
Complete thread -- car?
Complete thread -- phocomelia...that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Found this in Sted's psych: deja entendu/eprouve/pense
Complete thread -- I GOT that part. She says the patient has 2 things, deja VU and deja NU?
Complete thread -- phocomelia?
Complete thread -- deja vu, just as you have it (can google.com deja vu)
Complete thread -- amelia means congenital ongenital absence of a limb or limbs.
Complete thread -- coffee shop?
Complete thread -- having trouble finding. Says the patient has deja vu and deja NU?
Complete thread -- she was working at "a cah shop" and at JVC but then had problems with
Complete thread -- I would almost need to hear this one. Do you hear "foci" or "focal" in there?
Complete thread -- She has a history of substance abuse and "focamelia" of the left arm.
Complete thread -- visual obturator??
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the help. I sent it in to queries
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- post surgical hypothyroidism
Complete thread -- There is no list of medications given.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- maybe saying allergic to pain medication? what is he on for pain?
Complete thread -- allergic to pain medication?
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- link. Look over phrases, see what you think --mean, baseline, absolute values
Complete thread -- quinine comes to mind, but never GUESS regarding allergies, it is too dangerous
Complete thread -- Here is the exact sentence. Should have included it
Complete thread -- ventricular and "so-cytie chemistry" central peripheral volume loss.
Complete thread -- canine? like dogs?
Complete thread -- allergy to s/l key-nine
Complete thread -- Might be...I'm thinking absolute data being that with
Complete thread -- You are correct. Thanks for the search tip too! ...
Complete thread -- when I put in 0.25 mg in google, one of choices is alprazolam (Xanax) and
Complete thread -- *Absolute* data actually better than previously noted in July of 2009.
Complete thread -- 1. UPPER EXTREMITY MYALGIAS. Improved with *alpramazole ...
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Significant for: 1. Glaucoma 2. Vascular ...
Complete thread -- Not your question, but look into cold-cup biopsy (versus cut). I think this
Complete thread -- Maybe it is "and felt"
Complete thread -- The *vusual um terry* was removed from the cystoscope
Complete thread -- because he was having bloody stools?
Complete thread -- Me either.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- nope, don't think so.
Complete thread -- flexor tendon was released *fell* from second digit left foot
Complete thread -- I do not believe so, I can make out an "-ill" or maybe "-ell" sound, could it be Bell?
Complete thread -- Whew! Thanks for letting us know. : )
Complete thread -- Not just repeating ultrasound?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I also finally got my s/l. He is saying "anticipated port site."
Complete thread -- Second to last blank may be Macrodantin. Last blank may be hearing stools at end???
Complete thread -- Thank you anyway, I will flag this.
Complete thread -- I'd leave the organosplenomegaly. The meaning is clear enough even if it
Complete thread -- Aren't the directions on the link above where it says send/listen to WAV files?
Complete thread -- Patient with symptomatic cholelithiasis.
Complete thread -- Many questions. Please help.
Complete thread -- well that was what I thought, not entire sure on the seen, but would make sense...
Complete thread -- initially?? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. It was hard to tell with all the laughing in the background.
Complete thread -- less severe than seen in the past???
Complete thread -- s/l "well" sound? Please see msg for context.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted pls
Complete thread -- An ADEM was presented and less than severe _____ in the past, he was thus placed on
Complete thread -- ty again
Complete thread -- How to send wav file?
Complete thread -- Thanks for input, everyone.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Okay for surgery given, which patient will take to Dr. *** 's office
Complete thread -- wav pls
Complete thread -- Put as dictated as sprain can result ing grade 1 seperation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you! Kept hearing that "N"!
Complete thread -- s/l "significantly" ? (noting that was when it was started, and now having trouble?
Complete thread -- axillae and mons (as in mons pubis)?
Complete thread -- pls help with wav
Complete thread -- I would leave as is
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- If you always put "drug" at the end of your s/l, you can have better luck.
Complete thread -- Thanks! That's it. Google was no help this time. :-) nm
Complete thread -- Pylera
Complete thread -- achillian mons, axillan mons? s/m please
Complete thread -- Doc spells medication *Pylara* for H. pylori gastritis. Can't find this med. nm
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- In x-rays, dictator states grade 3 AC joint sprain. In impression, he says grade 3 A
Complete thread -- the vein was pulled with a *mixta*
Complete thread -- remove the stone from the *neuro next to* calyx to put
Complete thread -- 1 to 2 cm ____noted at the end of procedure
Complete thread -- Is this in California? I believe it is CURES.
Complete thread -- maybe radio___ or radio-uptake
Complete thread -- radio-iostope thyroid uptake scan ?
Complete thread -- wow, thank you! I did not hear that at all, but is so clear now.
Complete thread -- you are correct on that. thanks
Complete thread -- thyroid uptake *ready optic* scan
Complete thread -- could only take a wild guess - a mediastinoscopy ?
Complete thread -- anyone heard of s/l immedia sinoscopy (listed in past medical history)
Complete thread -- probably said "by Kruger morphology"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "Semen analysis with Kruger morphology is widely used to assess male fertility..."
Complete thread -- anyone heard of ER s/l Cures report or Cares report? apparently checking up on how
Complete thread -- s/l bicooger morphology on semen analysis
Complete thread -- way too late, I know, but "amorphous"
Complete thread -- abdominomectomy? He did not say abdominal myomectomy here, but is that the correct
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- wag: anMRI with enterography
Complete thread -- Ever heard of an "MRIE" test? Patient with Crohn's to undergo colonoscopy. Thanks
Complete thread -- discussing a tear of pectoralis major muscle, posted wav
Complete thread -- Doc dictated a letter to a review board regarding an IRB project. He says
Complete thread -- Thanks. I flagged it. I've done these many times and was really confused also..
Complete thread -- sorry, but it is a mystery to me what he means here
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- eek. 4 or for? 2 or to?????
Complete thread -- CONTEXT as per rules of board would help
Complete thread -- mri of chest s/l morphise enhancement without evidence of enhancing mass or fluid
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- TY! new word for me!
Complete thread -- Curious as to the advisability of colonoscopy.
Complete thread -- Pistoning?
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- "the cast is somewhat loose, s/l pisiting up and down her arm."
Complete thread -- Whose arguing? I just like messing with people sometimes...and someone usually falls for
Complete thread -- No, it sounded exactly like "wad", lol. Then again,
Complete thread -- Thank you and good night.
Complete thread -- I guess that it does really sound like wide, and it makes sense too...
Complete thread -- Very interesting possibility. His spelling was somewhat closer to your suggestion but his
Complete thread -- a large scar, a wide, healing ridge, that is present there, and is painful
Complete thread -- Dict. of Eye Terminology, 4th Ed., shows saccadic velocity test sm
Complete thread -- Got it! Fukuda stepping test. Not much like his spelling of f-a-c-c-u-d-a.
Complete thread -- ENT report has me stumped - s/l sah-COO-dah. Pls sm.
Complete thread -- Wav sent- sounds like Wad and not the usual way this doctor says the word wide..
Complete thread -- thanks; wasn't sure if that's what i heard, either
Complete thread -- Yeoman test just for the future.
Complete thread -- ???component???
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav (skull x-ray)
Complete thread -- thanks bb
Complete thread -- thanks but now also sounds like ink margins? would that fit ?
Complete thread -- ...can't make sense of "comp MC"
Complete thread -- sounds like "lacking in the level"
Complete thread -- please help with wav
Complete thread -- please help with wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- We have been told to use Workers' Compensation
Complete thread -- We have been told to use Workers' Compensation
Complete thread -- sorry folks having internet connection issues; kinda s/l pockets there are not any wires
Complete thread -- what is correct - pls sm
Complete thread -- What a drama queen. Just because no one else agreed with you.
Complete thread -- electrode wires? sternal wires? guesses, no wav
Complete thread -- No idea on s/l, but it should be "may be" in this case, not maybe
Complete thread -- Still no wav, but perhaps "pacemaker wires intact." ???
Complete thread -- I still don't hear one?
Complete thread -- should be there now, thanks
Complete thread -- no WAV there
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav (PA and lateral chest x-ray)
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- here is a link to all the dox drugs in RXList
Complete thread -- maybe epo? evening primrose oil
Complete thread -- All margins
Complete thread -- Never mind. Need to flag.
Complete thread -- Man, you are good. Didn't even thing of it. Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- yearly. RxList shows it is given yearly. Maybe they're saying q. year
Complete thread -- actually said Q E R
Complete thread -- 1. Amlodipine 10 mg a day 2. Sotalol 80 mg a day 3. Lexapro 5 m ...
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: s/l "Evo" hormone replacement therapy.
Complete thread -- might help if we knew what the other supposed etiologies & history are
Complete thread -- malignancies
Complete thread -- does attempt to get the baby on at the breast and reportedly used s/l "an F and F"
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Allergies sm...
Complete thread -- sounds like doc is saying 8 margins? see mess and thank you.
Complete thread -- That makes more sense. Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Agree--if there is something you don't know, just as in a report, research it! Google it!
Complete thread -- easy to google sometimes or some times and it pulls up all sort of
Complete thread -- WAG....could she be saying"....following lows, associated hyperglycemia." (leaving out
Complete thread -- Tired? Perhaps you should go to bed.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- some times vs sometimes
Complete thread -- TY for trying.
Complete thread -- following loads not sure what that means though
Complete thread -- he may back, off and on over the years. (sounds like distance problem maybe)
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- sorry.
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- You just called YOURSELF a troll, lol.
Complete thread -- OmniLink was suggested by "me" in an above post
Complete thread -- ***yawn***
Complete thread -- My mom is a volunteer at our local hospital and she said they
Complete thread -- Spirometry is an *at least values* study but there is no evidence
Complete thread -- something "snare"?
Complete thread -- Probably just the summertime, doctors, patients, everybody going on
Complete thread -- My work it out of Ohio and it's horrible.
Complete thread -- Pennsylvania. I'm buried in work actually. But friends in other states are having a
Complete thread -- s/l click-seer
Complete thread -- Is work extremely slow for everyone? I've never seen it this bad.
Complete thread -- yes, it IS Yiddish and it is oy, not oi
Complete thread -- in re: to 10 x 28 'omni length' stent post below, it's "OmniLink."
Complete thread -- as long as the mets aren't causing sx's yet, pt can 'feel' and act as if in good health.
Complete thread -- Who is making excuses? Interpret it as you will. Not clear to me why anyone would make..
Complete thread -- I agree with above poster.
Complete thread -- I don't think so, it is what it is. Excuses don't help your case much.
Complete thread -- Perfect in that said person must not use Google very much, maybe...
Complete thread -- it's either way -- yiddish
Complete thread -- Or that the OP didn't find it in his/her drug book under f-e-r
Complete thread -- "perfect" just because that person never noticed it before?
Complete thread -- TY.
Complete thread -- sounds to me like: since it is a relative potassium defect.
Complete thread -- WAV posted. Thanks for having a listen. Otherwise great dictator!
Complete thread -- thinking s/he means the tingling is a something of potassium deficit?
Complete thread -- maybe saying "since it is in the realm of potassium defect" ?
Complete thread -- bananas are a great source of potassium, so it would make sense if
Complete thread -- since it is a s/l rel of potassium defect.
Complete thread -- That's probably why he's been admitted. To die at 53.
Complete thread -- it's oy, not oi
Complete thread -- This was a copy/paste off Google. I'm sure she understands all that.
Complete thread -- yes stuttering now that I hear it again. TY.
Complete thread -- Isosource doesn't need to be caps tho', nor cal (for calories)
Complete thread -- good grief -- oi vey -- great gods -- gadzooks -- why isn't the patient dead?
Complete thread -- occult means hidden here; source would maybe be the colon rather than the hemorrhoids
Complete thread -- must be stuttering ISOSOURCE 1.5 CAL | Nestlé Nutrition - Nestle-Nutrition.comIsosource 1
Complete thread -- Pt w/lung cancer, mets to brain and spine. On exam, says pt is in good health.
Complete thread -- hmmm..interesting. thanks.
Complete thread -- fortified cans of s/l iso-sure source
Complete thread -- I would imagine looking for some sort of infection or parasite that could be causing...
Complete thread -- you can bleed from a source in the colon, but not have apparent blood IN the stool
Complete thread -- yikes! question, not quadrant.
Complete thread -- of COURSE!
Complete thread -- Quadrant about guaiac testing. Why would a patient with bright red blood ...sm
Complete thread -- ...then you must be perfect.
Complete thread -- No
Complete thread -- ever notice that sometimes Google won't even bring up the simplest of terms....
Complete thread -- A 10 x28 bare metal "omni-length" stent.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- aww heck, too much time spent..flagging it.
Complete thread -- irrigation?
Complete thread -- the irony is that it really sounds like "Har-mone" retractor!
Complete thread -- yuh, i noticed those, but would you use any of them to part the buttocks? ugh! ESL!
Complete thread -- Looking in Stedman's. There is no Harmon retractor.or Hammon,
Complete thread -- which Harmon/Hammon/Hohmann retractor for hemorrhoidectomy?
Complete thread -- how odd that google did not redirect you to the correct spelling.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- toilet?
Complete thread -- Ugh! I spelled it every way but that, and I should have known that one! :)
Complete thread -- Fer-In-Sol
Complete thread -- I will use and flag it at besylate drugs. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- 2-year-old patient with ITP and anemia. He is to have a stat repeat platelet count
Complete thread -- receptor
Complete thread -- broken down ankle wound.... treated with local wound s/l toil-us
Complete thread -- Yergasen
Complete thread -- thanks--I was just coming back to post that I found it.
Complete thread -- dysarthria
Complete thread -- Yes, I flagged it. I was aware of the "ACE", but not sure what R meant. Definitely no
Complete thread -- s/l dysarfia. He is a 57-year-old left-handed male status post resection of apparent
Complete thread -- Look it up please. ramipril (Altace) an ACE inhibitor drug used for the treatment of hear
Complete thread -- It is Homans. NOT Homan. The guys last name was Homans, not Homan
Complete thread -- as per the Sted's electronic dictionary:
Complete thread -- Besylate - Definition and More from Merriam-Webster's Free Medical ...Pronunciation: \ˈbes
Complete thread -- SI joint and legs. Doesn't sound like Homan, unless he's
Complete thread -- S/L basasila drugs or vasasila drugs. Any thoughts anyone? See above sm. Thanks
Complete thread -- How do you know it is rude. Survivability is a key issue in patients, elderly
Complete thread -- Homan? Where is the patient's pain??
Complete thread -- Pain clinic. Says "The patient has a positive Patrick's and Yamen<?> SM
Complete thread -- Okey doke. I'll add it to my dictionary then. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- non is a prefix that can be added to any noun; not really incorrect
Complete thread -- ESL keeps saying "nonconclusive". I'm sure he means "inconclusive". Would you
Complete thread -- besylate drugs? Is that correct. I cannot find anything like this??? sm
Complete thread -- "doc knows what he means" ? You've got to be kidding! They rarely know what
Complete thread -- Probably Uloric if patient has gout.
Complete thread -- The JP drain was placed to both suction and ______. (s/L listen)
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS:*Ulori*, clonidine, Cymbalta, potassium, amlodipine, multivitamin,
Complete thread -- never monkey around with the meaning as doc knows what he means; you may misinterpret
Complete thread -- rampiril new generation s/l Acer-R (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks-i must be very tired right now!!
Complete thread -- equinus varus, and he has had == google this
Complete thread -- equinus?
Complete thread -- short leg cast placed in _____s/l aquines
Complete thread -- Not mad. Just very sad that you insist on bad information to unknowing
Complete thread -- Yeh, it does sound rude. I wouldn't want to be that Dr. X!
Complete thread -- thanks for the input, everybody! He was dictating on a young patient with a hand problem,
Complete thread -- yep it was you, a troll. And, I showed you it DID too. You need to read more.
Complete thread -- Yeah, right.
Complete thread -- Could be something with a low survival rate. I'd certainly not change it.
Complete thread -- No thanks. No research needed. I caught that on proofreading.
Complete thread -- AAA = abdominal aortic aneurysm. It is NOT a surgical procedure. I don't
Complete thread -- I would likely put "Surgery by Dr. X was well tolerated by the pt".
Complete thread -- I provide support info, what do you do? No ans. Can't even put your name.
Complete thread -- Why? It may have been terribly difficult or any other number of issues
Complete thread -- "She has survived an operation by Dr. X" (Dr. X is in the same group of docs)...
Complete thread -- GOOD GRIEF: Now how would anyone "know" if changing mind. sm
Complete thread -- Beware the darlene answers. You never know what you get with them!
Complete thread -- Thank YOU! I am glad someone understood what I was asking ;)
Complete thread -- agree antimesenteric taenia.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes, just found it. thanks!
Complete thread -- avulsion
Complete thread -- tenia /te·nia/ (te´ne-ah) pl. te´niae taenia. te·ni·a (t n - ). n. Variant of taenia. teni
Complete thread -- She sustained a left humeral neck fracture with "emulsion" of great tuberosity
Complete thread -- She is not asking about all that. She was trying to find out if anyone
Complete thread -- antimesenteric s/l "tenny" was included in the staple firing
Complete thread -- oops --- hit return before got my name in there
Complete thread -- link knees
Complete thread -- You need to verify/research your gram-positive cocci for correct way to transcribe
Complete thread -- NM, will flag. Stat and I need to send in now.
Complete thread -- (deltoid) ligament tends to prevent overeversion of the foot.
Complete thread -- (deltoid) ligament tends to prevent overeversion of the foot.
Complete thread -- (deltoid) ligament tends to prevent overeversion of the foot.
Complete thread -- (deltoid) ligament tends to prevent overeversion of the foot.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks again all. Appreciate all info given.
Complete thread -- Correct. The genus name alone is not capped. Genus name capped
Complete thread -- EEG again. I'm trying to look up on Google, but just not having success as
Complete thread -- It's knee x-rays, not chest, Darlene. Thanks.
Complete thread -- yep that is it bipolar montages, not sure of other one
Complete thread -- I would probobly think the doc meant AP and PA standing views..if that made sense
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- Thanks! Sorry it took so long to get back- I took a much needed break!
Complete thread -- Need help with EEG. This digital EEG was recorded using 21 scalp and ear...
Complete thread -- You can also use the archives
Complete thread -- typo s/b bacteria
Complete thread -- You can find those on the bacterial link above.
Complete thread -- Dictated: We did AP (pause) PA standing view for that. Would you type PA standing,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Question re culture results: Ithink I remember hearing if whole name is used,
Complete thread -- I hear --- "and with the body delivered, cord clamped..."
Complete thread -- head delivered atraumatically _____ cord clamped
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Wow, cool! Glad I could help!
Complete thread -- Thanks Ellen that was it!!!
Complete thread -- crown rump length -- wild guess!
Complete thread -- panacea-type medications
Complete thread -- Thank you. I would have never thought of it.
Complete thread -- Please see message.
Complete thread -- MEN, (M)ultiple (E)ndocrine (N)eoplasia (and) ovarian cyst
Complete thread -- fast acting? suture? never heard that before.
Complete thread -- PMH: History of s/l men-ovarian cyst. I can't document this.
Complete thread -- ? allow them to scar
Complete thread -- Mallet finger. Blank- WAV sent, Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Ya, fast-absorbing or fast-acting.. ...
Complete thread -- THanks
Complete thread -- usually you hear fast-absorbing
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Vicryl and #6-0 *fasting* gut for
Complete thread -- eugene sounds like U gene, maybe GFU gene??? would have to research that
Complete thread -- some type of cyst in the mediastinal area
Complete thread -- 2 s/l: elevated **hi-um lil** and **eight G F eugene** was negative.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- There is no need for massage therapy, aquatherapy, *can A C O typing*
Complete thread -- dominant ...
Complete thread -- bone lesion appeared to be extensive with *stinko*
Complete thread -- regress?? ...
Complete thread -- has a mediastinal mass
Complete thread -- ulceration to both legs which has failed to *bacress*
Complete thread -- DUH! Thank you. ACEs.
Complete thread -- usually they say ACE inhibitors or ARBs.
Complete thread -- Got it. Never mind.
Complete thread -- furosemide, simvastatin, lisinopril, *M V T*, calcium, and melatonin
Complete thread -- Heart failure. The pt. was unable to tolerate s/l a-phys or ARBs because of cough.
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- I thought that but the sentence was kind of worded funny to me so I was not sure.
Complete thread -- sounds like selenium but I have another blank now too.
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Always gets me MTs say "no such thing" really gets me. Dumb statement
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- Check out mechanical copped diet perhaps?
Complete thread -- generic however, not capped
Complete thread -- s/l la-naze-a-loid.... may be Linezolid (Brand name: Zyvox)
Complete thread -- Certainly, he should use any mechanical *chop *
Complete thread -- I think the "provo vagina" is actually ... vulva and vagina
Complete thread -- Wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l... la-naze-a-loid.... sm
Complete thread -- Stedman's, not Steadman.
Complete thread -- THANK you, I mean.
Complete thread -- a guess, since cannot hear it. may be tectal plate sm
Complete thread -- I would use the word that is a real, verifiable word.
Complete thread -- YEP. Thanks you!
Complete thread -- florid
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Doc says clitomegaly, but steadman clitoromegaly, should I leave clitomegaly?
Complete thread -- breasts symmetrical?
Complete thread -- is lithocytes your s/l?
Complete thread -- erythrocytes ...
Complete thread -- ESL PE. I can't tell if he is Eastern Indian or Hispanic. Pls see *..*
Complete thread -- Veins or venules ...
Complete thread -- He actually says K forward slash lambda
Complete thread -- Poikilocytosis with some lithocytes
Complete thread -- Thanks I will check it out.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- empty can?
Complete thread -- EXTREMITIES: Purple *venouses* noted with trace bilateral pedal edema.
Complete thread -- such as pursed-lip breathing?
Complete thread -- with tight RCA was noted
Complete thread -- Special tests for the shoulder:
Complete thread -- Kahn cannula ?
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- do you mean k for kappa and lambda? no cap on those. usually
Complete thread -- s/l easy multiple myeloma
Complete thread -- It was in the New Search, the first page, nothing but today's, but you click
Complete thread -- any mention of removing 1 ovary, maybe in text? They don't always remove ovaries
Complete thread -- K/Lamda *F O C* ?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Chest xray: Images show a s/l "slender" heart.
Complete thread -- No matter what I do, I come up with no old hits when I search anywhere. Must be doing
Complete thread -- All you had to do was simply google your EXACT phrase!!!
Complete thread -- The "bowl of Abraham" contact lens was placed on the right cornea
Complete thread -- nm filamentary keratopathy,
Complete thread -- It was in the New Search
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Then try it in the "Search"box
Complete thread -- s/l filamental? developed acute conjunctivitis during the hospital stay. This was tho
Complete thread -- s/l lock
Complete thread -- never mind. found it...Elocon
Complete thread -- not recent. Searched where you suggested anyway and not found.
Complete thread -- s/l "endocarditis ate it mitral and tricuspid regurgitations"
Complete thread -- If recent put your word/s in the box above "New Search"
Complete thread -- how do you find something in archives
Complete thread -- We ordered an x-ray. The result does not show any acute nor s/l "forward" failure.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted pls
Complete thread -- mp
Complete thread -- sent on
Complete thread -- Combivent or albuterol may be utilized for rescue. Also,
Complete thread -- Patient will attend Jeff Scott, M.D.'s support group? Jeff Scott's M.D.'s group?
Complete thread -- Could Tomoplate be template?
Complete thread -- to grasp the anterior lip of the cervix. A _____ was placed into
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- with a 30-degree lens was passed
Complete thread -- 26-French resectoscope sheath _____ was passed atraumatically
Complete thread -- thanks for returning and sharing "smile"
Complete thread -- Got the LAP
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks.
Complete thread -- Use *ee lit on* cream twice daily for 5-7 days for miliaria.
Complete thread -- I think you're right, thank you. ...
Complete thread -- ahh, I got it the LDHS. He was going so fast, he threw me off.
Complete thread -- s/l atriarchial motion. Neck: Supple. Patient has full *s/l ah-tree-ark-ee-el* motion
Complete thread -- labs:*LAP*, JAK2,*LDHS*, PEP, IPEPwith quantitive immunoglobulins, ESR, ANA, RF, RPR,
Complete thread -- occlusion at the origin of the ?
Complete thread -- s/l "proud" (please sm)
Complete thread -- MRA of the brain s/l 3-D *Tomoplate?*
Complete thread -- s/l O-D origin (sm)
Complete thread -- Never mind, it's just "oriented fully". Thanks.
Complete thread -- What comes after that?
Complete thread -- ugh, need more coffee! thx
Complete thread -- Chamomile? ...
Complete thread -- magnesium lactate 1 a day, vitamin D 1 a day, iron 1 a day, red yeast rice 1 a day, E
Complete thread -- On exam, Mr. X was awake, alert, oriented, and *s/l fully*.
Complete thread -- yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- reperfusion injury?
Complete thread -- spelling, atenolol?
Complete thread -- K, thanks. ...
Complete thread -- female with a history of s/l T1s N0 M0 lobular carcinoma in situ with pleomorphic
Complete thread -- I am finding MAG3 scan. Could this be it?
Complete thread -- Medications will be adjusted with an increase of *a pan a lul* 250 mg q.h.s.
Complete thread -- according to mtdictionary.com... MAG-3
Complete thread -- s/l ree-pro-fuje. sm
Complete thread -- med s/l more an teen
Complete thread -- check link above
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- May be U stands for unilateral ...
Complete thread -- How to transcribe mag III lasix scan?
Complete thread -- I would flag if he clearly says U.
Complete thread -- Cuboid is located in foot. How can that be related to deltoid?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Did you hear the dictation?
Complete thread -- cuboid (ligament)
Complete thread -- well, there is no such thing, so he can't possibly clearly say "U."
Complete thread -- florinef?? what is patient's past medical history?
Complete thread -- He's stumbling around with "a good distance"
Complete thread -- postpericardiotomy??
Complete thread -- neuro test, s/l cuboy
Complete thread -- Thanks. He clearly says "U" so I thought I would ask.
Complete thread -- Terminal ileum was examined for "a duke uh de sense" and it appeared normal.
Complete thread -- BSO
Complete thread -- Doc says TAH-USO. Cannot document.
Complete thread -- flagged.
Complete thread -- Pt with bowel obstruction. sm
Complete thread -- any guesses?
Complete thread -- Impression: 1.) Post ______ syndrome off prednisone
Complete thread -- blood pressure and if it continues to be low we would increase her s/l florina.
Complete thread -- :o) Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- good grief!!!
Complete thread -- labs
Complete thread -- gotta love it!!
Complete thread -- post *arciotomy syndrome* off prednisone
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that.
Complete thread -- strong 10 = sphincter tone?
Complete thread -- The low_____ extremity pulse examination shows .... femoral pulses ______ bilateral
Complete thread -- RECTAL: *strong 10*. No blood.
Complete thread -- ballottement, ballottes?
Complete thread -- VR funny. Preterm labor. "The patient is ordered employee intercourse." (AVOID!)
Complete thread -- Fetal vertex that s/l bullots from contact.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- Maybe "a sinklatism" is asynclitism?
Complete thread -- C-section due to arrest of dilation at 9 cm and what is perceived
Complete thread -- Figured it out!! Thanks again!
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- here's some more information.
Complete thread -- I am dumb. I am not sure which one I have. I assume it is not IE7
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- B&O suppositories?
Complete thread -- depends on your browser. Here's a link for IE7.
Complete thread -- dunno. patient has metastatic prostate cancer.
Complete thread -- more context please. What type of suppository or what is it for?
Complete thread -- BB I know you are a computer genius. I lost my top bar that has my bookmarks
Complete thread -- It depends on your account. I have one hospital that wants all departments capped, and I
Complete thread -- BND suppositories? B & D? B and D?
Complete thread -- for possible dermatology referral. should I cap dermatology?
Complete thread -- *prenall* antibiotic therapy
Complete thread -- Thanks, I flagged it and used Zyflo as an option when verifying!
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- perseveratous = perseverative.
Complete thread -- Patient in for fall.
Complete thread -- when you "click HERE to send a link" SM
Complete thread -- let's see.
Complete thread -- Not offended. I just think broad, often incorrect statements, or
Complete thread -- that is it.
Complete thread -- but, I cannot send a link. not by using the send link feature or by putting a web address
Complete thread -- well, that worked. must have fixed the problem.
Complete thread -- just testing. I have been having problems posting...
Complete thread -- Whatever. Just speaking from my own experience. Not trying to offend anyone.
Complete thread -- Loestrin is a hormone replacement
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- there is a Lotrin (hypertension/cardiac sm
Complete thread -- Healon5
Complete thread -- may be spelling wrong, there is Zyflo (Zileutin) asthma sm
Complete thread -- s/l Lostren daily. Please help. Google shows few hits.
Complete thread -- msg
Complete thread -- Duh is me. Thank you so much. Appreciate it. I was hearing and for am and couldnt get past
Complete thread -- Who is this "most" person you are referring too? And where do they live?
Complete thread -- GC and chlamydia amplification test
Complete thread -- I don't think either would be correct. on a 6-month basis (most prefer numbers)
Complete thread -- Labs, advised to get UA and urine culture, urine for GC and chlamidya and"plevication
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Except that you would spell out milliliters when not used with a numeral
Complete thread -- I don't think either is correct since you have the article "a" there.
Complete thread -- I would put on a six-month basis.
Complete thread -- which is correct - pls sm
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!
Complete thread -- try congestion
Complete thread -- ...does not have true vascular s/l *session or *ception
Complete thread -- This is me EXACTLY! (but only when my teenager is driving, lol)
Complete thread -- I hate it when they bring their own steering wheel and keep pushing on imaginary
Complete thread -- simulation is when they plan out the radiation treatment
Complete thread -- as opposed to back-seat driver.
Complete thread -- I would say "7 o'clock this evening" (per AAMT BOS guidelines)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- treatment for carcinoma of the cervix.
Complete thread -- retinacular?
Complete thread -- reticular?
Complete thread -- Yes, I sure would.
Complete thread -- s/l re-tin-act-uary
Complete thread -- No. I also agree w/ Lo
Complete thread -- I hear . . . Gene prothrombin mutation was not available. nm
Complete thread -- front-seat as opposed to the back-seat
Complete thread -- front seat passenger? front-seat passenger?
Complete thread -- I am female, was on Flomax for a while after my hysterectomy.
Complete thread -- I was hoping to hear that others would make the change, since I am going to. Thanks!
Complete thread -- fortunately, even though this is a verbatim account, we all know we will be editing her
Complete thread -- The patient has no proprioception abnormalities. nm
Complete thread -- I would feel comfortable changing that. Not saying you should, but I would.
Complete thread -- Yes, I would definitely change it, if you are allowed to edit.
Complete thread -- I don't know why I always second guess myself on these stupid things.
Complete thread -- Got it, Neoprobe.
Complete thread -- we used s/l "neoproc" to locate our first sentinel lymph node.
Complete thread -- hmm, FDA not approved for women but article on a number of
Complete thread -- Thanks... that is what I will do. I just wanted a 2nd opinion so thank you helper! :)
Complete thread -- You can see some anedcotal accounts where docs may use it to help with urination
Complete thread -- I agree w/ Lo
Complete thread -- This pt is female and ER doc states she is on Flomax. Can that be right?
Complete thread -- Depends on your account. You really should not. Where I work, I could
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I wouldn't. I would type "Five mL were aspirated...."
Complete thread -- can I start the sentence with "5 mL"?
Complete thread -- neurology exam. The patient has no s/l prosensory abnormalities.
Complete thread -- No. A is not correct. 5 mL was aspirated
Complete thread -- medication for asthma - zyclor
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Thank u ...
Complete thread -- 1 DNA copy of the _____ ; _____ was not available. Would flag.
Complete thread -- were (not was) within normal limits.
Complete thread -- 2, 1 proximal and 1 distal
Complete thread -- It is there now.
Complete thread -- or just..
Complete thread -- grammar check
Complete thread -- WAG: Pamelor (antidepressant)
Complete thread -- You may need to try to research this doc's prior reports. Does not
Complete thread -- sorry. A #6 femoral artery catheter. best guess with that info.
Complete thread -- wrong wav
Complete thread -- A
Complete thread -- Do not hear this at all. some female on adderall?
Complete thread -- perhaps DBS would help your nasty attitude. Go away.
Complete thread -- nope, that is not correct, keeping listening, will prob. repeat it clearer
Complete thread -- what procedure is being done? What is the sentence following your s/l ?
Complete thread -- hmmm, right off, can't think what it would be, doubt would sm
Complete thread -- Gene ______ was not available.
Complete thread -- s/l cranioarterial cerebral ?
Complete thread -- Since the name & title PA would be in the inside address, would/have used Dear Mr.?Ms.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l ? deployment of anterior cerebri ?
Complete thread -- thanks, forgot about posting this
Complete thread -- That is right...Thank you.
Complete thread -- I agree!!! down with rudeness, snippy, putdowns (not ellen)
Complete thread -- Just don't do DNC
Complete thread -- Thanks all
Complete thread -- I'd also recommend double checking. All our accounts we cannot use the &, but
Complete thread -- Lumigan eye drops?
Complete thread -- plication seems to make sense by itself.
Complete thread -- s/l allumigen
Complete thread -- and, the definition of interpolation does not seem to fit. any thoughts?
Complete thread -- It totally depends on the account. Most systems want us to avoid using the ampersand and
Complete thread -- D&C, H&P, I&A jmho.
Complete thread -- egads, but he is making me nuts. "interplication" versus interpolation?
Complete thread -- Am I correct
Complete thread -- Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- You're right. Sorry I let you down.
Complete thread -- I frequently check things like that too. Like followup, affect, effect. Down w/rudeness
Complete thread -- med help, please. s/l PAL-uh-more sm
Complete thread -- Simple grammar has to be verified? Should be embedded in an MT's brain!
Complete thread -- OK, got it. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- As I have told you before, it's recommended to ALWAYS listen to entire report before filli
Complete thread -- nucleated red blood cells (I heard it by typing nu*cell into onelook)
Complete thread -- MP3 help with ESL doctor.
Complete thread -- ummm, I meant when posting your questions - s/l, title helps
Complete thread -- I think it is villus
Complete thread -- likely it is aspiration embolectomy (some call it extraction)
Complete thread -- sure. they can do a path while they're waiting. They then can wait for a
Complete thread -- I was thinking that I heard five hundred and 91 instead of cava but can't find levels
Complete thread -- Is it arachnoid "villus" granulation or "villous" granulation?
Complete thread -- Would ANCA work here??
Complete thread -- I would have verified that if I had to type it in a report. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I have.
Complete thread -- normal IgG, and IgM only slightly elevated *cava* 91 mg/dL
Complete thread -- Can you confirm "permanent" pathology please?
Complete thread -- likely either not hearing entire word or dictator short cutting
Complete thread -- Be sure and list the title of op note, easier to help then
Complete thread -- I bet it IS hypokinesis (not apokinesis) Under performing.
Complete thread -- BTW, it is "whose name is", not "who's name is".
Complete thread -- NEver mind. Got it. She said it again later. It's "buried". Sigh.
Complete thread -- Op report, TAH/BSO. So far so good. One word I can't make out. SM
Complete thread -- I thought this too, but he's so very clear (always is). I think I'll flag it for him. Thx.
Complete thread -- ? anteroapical hypokinesis/global hypokinesis?
Complete thread -- "CAD status post MI with large anteroapical defect and anteroapical *apokinesis* SM
Complete thread -- Awesome! Thanks again!
Complete thread -- good luck! will try to help if needed (IF possible :-)
Complete thread -- Oh Good Lord. I'm starting an 11 min operative report by dictator who's name is
Complete thread -- Anything in here?
Complete thread -- Physical examination by ENT
Complete thread -- That's why it did not make sense. Thanks
Complete thread -- exploration, -- followup 1 word as noun.
Complete thread -- aspiration or expiration? sm
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- diffuse
Complete thread -- disuse ? sm
Complete thread -- Never mind, I got it. It's endovascular. He swallowed the "en". Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Neovascular treatment for an aneurysm???
Complete thread -- Thanks - I'll flag
Complete thread -- I vote to go with it. Makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- tumors were?
Complete thread -- I keep wanting to use that word too. Maybe he stuttered. better flag. Tx BB!
Complete thread -- i realized that after. Thanks ...
Complete thread -- my docs say "up-going taper" but that doesn't mean anything! :)
Complete thread -- neovascular is a word though.
Complete thread -- something lordotic curve?
Complete thread -- emedicine says 1,2,3
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- s/l uploading taper - sm
Complete thread -- carboplatin-based. IMO. Can't help with your s/l.
Complete thread -- decreased "tidodotic" curve in her neck
Complete thread -- has lung cancer
Complete thread -- thanks! that was my first thought. Hate it when docs do this kind of thing.
Complete thread -- found it!!! leukoaraiosis
Complete thread -- yes, yes, my typo -thank you
Complete thread -- Many thanks!
Complete thread -- still looking at s/l but think that is "out of proportion"
Complete thread -- see link, page 16...Dear Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms
Complete thread -- dexedrine.
Complete thread -- dexedrine
Complete thread -- s/l foo-gar-ee-oh-sis sm for sentence plse
Complete thread -- IMHO, I change to Ms. Smith
Complete thread -- She abused prescription medications like Valium and "Dex-dreme" in the past.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- bulky
Complete thread -- would like thoughts on how to handle greeting on letter when dictated "Dear Dr." but
Complete thread -- s/l either Bovey Jones or bulky Jones splint - sm
Complete thread -- I just can't hear anything that sounds like anything! (smiling). Thanks again to both.
Complete thread -- Okay, thx
Complete thread -- my understanding is that we use mL for all liquids; including urine.
Complete thread -- Thought I saw this in archives, now can't find. Do we type "cc" when talking bladder
Complete thread -- Ok, let me listen for that.
Complete thread -- Yeah. I can't make it equal and/or round. . . sounds nothing like the usual stuff.
Complete thread -- WAG... sometimes hear stuff like "Pupils are 4 mm and briskly reactive to light."
Complete thread -- usually hear pupils are equal, round, and reactive to light. or some
Complete thread -- ESL neurosurgeon dictating preop H&P. S/L TREMBLING THIRST.
Complete thread -- As has been said; the question was about OA, and the answer given
Complete thread -- It is support with a pressor. :D
Complete thread -- Thanks, I will. : )
Complete thread -- "it's "pressor" supportit's "pressor" support - not pressure. Posted: Jun 18th, 2010 - 12:
Complete thread -- Yes. Maybe a better question would be if you ever hear it this way (pressure support).
Complete thread -- The type of med is a pressor, not a pressure. MHO, you should fix it.
Complete thread -- don't pressors give pressure support? seems okay either way
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your input! Yes, there were multiple stones, lots of fragments.
Complete thread -- Wart removal. In the past doc injected in with Kenalog, thinking
Complete thread -- Pt's BP was soft, requiring "pressure" support. It really s/l pressure and not
Complete thread -- it very well may have taken 45 minutes to do everything, finding the
Complete thread -- The ABOVE is under STAGES, not CANCER stages!!!!!
Complete thread -- No, really s/l lah-veen. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Me again, lithotripsy op note. ESL who sounds Asian. Not sure if saying
Complete thread -- WAG... wonder if mangling "dilating sheath"?
Complete thread -- Yes, I thought about that. Thanks to you and all helpers!
Complete thread -- The "lah-veen" sheath was then advanced over the balloon. Please sm for
Complete thread -- You could be wrong if you put 20 as the date whereas it would be right in any case with
Complete thread -- in February 2010 in April 2010, July 20 was yesterday so makes sense he said that IMHO
Complete thread -- in April 2010, in February 2010. ESLs mix that up.
Complete thread -- And to top it off, he just said Please note *on July 20* the patient underwent X...
Complete thread -- my first thought was in February 2010/in April 2010--I see what you mean
Complete thread -- Not sure how to handle this date. ESL doc says pt saw X *on February twenty ten,* and
Complete thread -- for cancer stages, but sometimes they are ARABIC. SEE APPROPRIATE references for GUIDELINE
Complete thread -- for cancer stages, but sometimes they are ARABIC. SEE APPROPRIATE references for GUIDELINE
Complete thread -- but osteoarthritis isn't cancer
Complete thread -- no kidding! LOL
Complete thread -- I was thinking about that one too much. :)
Complete thread -- swallow - diet consistency. Makes total sense to me. Want to give her the proper consisten
Complete thread -- Perhaps you are hearing altered consistency diet?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- consistency as in thin or thick liquid or pureed food so they do not have aspiration
Complete thread -- Patient with Parkinson's, declining mental status. Plan: Consider doing a swallow
Complete thread -- Ditto
Complete thread -- That's what I heard too- same as above.
Complete thread -- I thought I could have heard that, or started on. Was not sure.
Complete thread -- Yes-you're right there. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Including this for future reference xLINK-S™
Complete thread -- pharmacy stated on Adderall?
Complete thread -- Found it right away after Googling "Therics graft expander"
Complete thread -- wav file. thanks. Abdominal pain and bloody diarrhea.
Complete thread -- Treanda?
Complete thread -- CLL. Patient on Rituxan and s/l creanda (ESL doc)
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening! Still not sure... Will flag it. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- got it, normalization
Complete thread -- I think it is Univasc (moexipril). Divided dose fits etc.
Complete thread -- unsettled ??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- rheum note
Complete thread -- s/l Therics s/l "X links" graft expander.
Complete thread -- If it is a quote, I use exactly what was quoted.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- MP3 help with ESL doctor. Patient with metastatic breast cancer.
Complete thread -- yes (said one look and meant drugs.com) thanks - will flag
Complete thread -- past tense of bear as in "he beared down".. sm
Complete thread -- lisinopril?
Complete thread -- Have you tried drugs.com phonetic search?
Complete thread -- medication, s/l lanoxipril (tried one look) pls sm for DX and sentence
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- never mind - got it- Kelly
Complete thread -- s/l first re-croos (sm)
Complete thread -- Gallbladder was grasped with a short and long 'kioy" ???
Complete thread -- Lab: AST/ALT within normal range. Albumin 2.7, amylase 20, lipase 13, glucose 77,
Complete thread -- It says what is directly quoted below. Period.
Complete thread -- ? attachment
Complete thread -- agree. Bronchiolitis obliterans organizing pneumonia (BOOP)
Complete thread -- my brain is lacking today, but DOE immediately makes me think dyspnea on exertion
Complete thread -- Sure does (BOS 2nd) roman numeral is I, II, III etc
Complete thread -- She was unsteady with Romberg testing but did not fall. She has a som ...
Complete thread -- Need comma after discussed (before according to patient).
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- more context if it helps
Complete thread -- s/l cabo might be slurring atypical total protein sm
Complete thread -- I listened again, and he seems to say 'blue' pretty clearly.
Complete thread -- the ovarian *taz* was resected
Complete thread -- Stages are generally expressed with roman numerals, although there are exceptions.
Complete thread -- maybe saying Unna boot?
Complete thread -- Not saying "unna boot" ???
Complete thread -- s/l blue boot
Complete thread -- Though it is at the beginning of a sentence, as copied and pasted.
Complete thread -- The BoS 2nd Ed, says under "STAGE". "Roman numerals are generally used
Complete thread -- and yes, 0.75 mL
Complete thread -- link Ambu bag
Complete thread -- FINAL DIAGNOSES: Colovesical fistula, hypertension. Consider *solid brude*
Complete thread -- Any of these? sm
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I think Madera
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- stages I, II, III, grade 1,2,3, BOS
Complete thread -- link 0.075
Complete thread -- mL are metric so use decimal fraction
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- would think it is 0.75 mL (not 0.075)
Complete thread -- WAG... maybe "came back as cyst, and contents were unsatisfactory for diagnosis"?
Complete thread -- Prior to the incision, 3/4 or 0.075 mL of 1% Xylocaine with 1:100,000 epinephrine
Complete thread -- mass biopsy came back as s/l cysta contents and was unsatisfactory...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It is not capitalized, though.
Complete thread -- so it is stage 3 or III osteoarthritis? cant confirm either way..
Complete thread -- Malaria and *ba zee chi* smears negative
Complete thread -- using your suggestion, I was able to find valve masked which I can hear now.
Complete thread -- Thanks again!
Complete thread -- correction Tsetse (pronounced /ˈsiːtsi, ˈtsiːtsi/, us dict: sē′·ts
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- tsi tsi fly
Complete thread -- s/l tee key fly
Complete thread -- AMBU bag and masked?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- The patient was being **hamba av asked** by our respiratory therapist.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oops - residual
Complete thread -- rsidual is fine
Complete thread -- Need period or semicolon after performed.
Complete thread -- residual vs. residuum?
Complete thread -- Put your exact sentence in google. Found all your answers there
Complete thread -- on wet prep, positive s/l hyphe, negative s/l nitrozen, negative s/l clue cells.
Complete thread -- abscess status post surgery and fusion of the anterior and posterior *new c version
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- LOL WOW Thanks!
Complete thread -- which is 64% (not 61)hmm
Complete thread -- which is 61%--will listen again
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion! I'll go back and relisten and check that out further.
Complete thread -- need a semicolon after "used; skin over"
Complete thread -- attaching a wav
Complete thread -- WAG..could he B saying "fornix" ?? see link
Complete thread -- Duh for me!! OMG. Thanks for your help. : )
Complete thread -- He has *forced* portal hypertensive gastropathy and also elevated ammonia level
Complete thread -- Since you now have 2 possibilities, I would definitely blank and flag
Complete thread -- No way to know w/o hearing it.
Complete thread -- I wonder if he is saying Neo nasal spray as in Neo-Synephrine, but
Complete thread -- banding!
Complete thread -- He was on 1000 mg bid, down to 500 mg bid last visit, maybe he's saying NOW
Complete thread -- The FEV1/FVC ratio is decreased with an FEV1 1.60 which is *64% or 61%*
Complete thread -- Grade 1 to 2 varices in distal esophagus not amenable to *bending* because...
Complete thread -- thanks for the links. I'm still not seeing anything that matches. I'll flag.
Complete thread -- it sounds like the word Nil (not N-I-L separately)
Complete thread -- Thank you- though truthfully, I would have gone with your answer anyway-
Complete thread -- Is he saying the letters N-I-L or word sound of nil ?
Complete thread -- when used as a compound adjective 11-blade scalpel, but
Complete thread -- Singular of nares is naris
Complete thread -- eszopiclone?? generic for Lunesta
Complete thread -- so, 11 blade or 11-blade?
Complete thread -- Biaxin XL 500 mg o.d. s/l NIL,
Complete thread -- Any of these? See link.
Complete thread -- city link
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- 11-blade
Complete thread -- right, do not capitalize.
Complete thread -- caps or not?
Complete thread -- Should be a comma before "which."
Complete thread -- see below...11 blade..
Complete thread -- Sorry, I forgot...11 blade (as U show it)..
Complete thread -- I don't think this part of my question was seen- How is 11 blade typed?
Complete thread -- I think he is using it okay...meaning the patient is
Complete thread -- apparently it is spelled vis-à-vis
Complete thread -- thanks, something new for me!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I always forget that! Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, and thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- vis-a-vis is how it is spelled (alth ck for accent marks at OneLook), but
Complete thread -- I am looking for a city in CA that s/l maid-uh. I have tried google
Complete thread -- distal vessels
Complete thread -- Also in archives. Just type dos and donts to search.
Complete thread -- That could be. I'll look into it. Thanks for the suggestion! nm
Complete thread -- see link...scan down to highlight
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- wonder if U R hearing "intimal width (of) diaphragm" see link
Complete thread -- The patient clinically stable s/l vis-a-vi his acute myelogenous leukemia, but he
Complete thread -- branch vessel disease of right coronary artery with small-medium sized s/l cysto
Complete thread -- Proper way to type "do's and dont's" ?? dos and don'ts ?
Complete thread -- I would think so as to help prevent spreading the cancer into
Complete thread -- Atypical (s/l) "caba?" protein on urine immunofixation
Complete thread -- he does not want to transfer any potential cancer cells to other areas
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray showed no infiltrate or vascular congestion of the
Complete thread -- WAG ??chronic ischemia??
Complete thread -- Thanks! and the 11 blade question?? in the message?
Complete thread -- Curious about the need to "change our gloves" after excision of
Complete thread -- Yes, 4-0...tho some type 0000, and AAMT BoS 2nd Ed says either..My
Complete thread -- sounds silly, but I never to operative reports! Dictated 4 oh nylon sutures is 4-0?
Complete thread -- Oh of course, where is my brain. Thank you ...
Complete thread -- dehisced?
Complete thread -- Dictated: D-hissed ?
Complete thread -- thanks, that's it!
Complete thread -- Sodus Bay
Complete thread -- FSE fetal scalp electrode?
Complete thread -- lives near s/l sodaspay...this would be in or around syracuse, ny
Complete thread -- moderate chronic *yeast* on brain CT scan
Complete thread -- Lugol's-poor
Complete thread -- sounds perfectly logical to me, but it's not what she's saying, unfortunately. Thx.
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Area of _____ lesion extending from approximately
Complete thread -- EFM? external fetal monitor?
Complete thread -- Could he mean Lugol-poor (not much uptake of the solution)...
Complete thread -- ESL - H&P for patient with contractions
Complete thread -- Thanks...I'll check it. Hard to tell with is lisp.
Complete thread -- WAG - entirely? Although if he is getting a GJ tube feeding that doesn't make
Complete thread -- Thanks to both!!
Complete thread -- No, it is not a word. Antecubital is an adjective, usually modifying "fossa."
Complete thread -- ahhh. it is one of their cutsey shortcuts for antecubital area. Depending on
Complete thread -- iodoform?
Complete thread -- Is antecube a word?? Never heard used this way before. Not in Stedman's.
Complete thread -- Lugol’s *pore* lesion
Complete thread -- s/l "am light uh form it" was applied
Complete thread -- enthesophyte? bone spur.
Complete thread -- Small s/l *en-these-a-light* to the quadriceps tendon
Complete thread -- Never mind. I think it must be pubic ramus fracture.
Complete thread -- Yes and on adults too. When they ask us to hold our breath and then let it
Complete thread -- kind of sounds like "hibagranus or tibagranus fracture."
Complete thread -- doubt ribs, looking for a measurment there - 8.5-9 something expansion of the ribs maybe
Complete thread -- You're 100% correct Mgt. acute-on-chronic IS hyphenated.
Complete thread -- Neuro Examination: At present, the patient was *frexia*
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- At present, he is on s/l player feeding by mouth which is very small in amount. He i
Complete thread -- Newborn - Kiddiegram was done to check umbilical line sm
Complete thread -- oooOOOooo!! So Very Fine!! :-)
Complete thread -- hmmm....I'm thinking...You HAVE a point, though! :-)
Complete thread -- can you re-send this wav?
Complete thread -- (correct; probably the most important reflex in assessing a newborn.)
Complete thread -- go with this one; forget my "DRIP."
Complete thread -- Moro
Complete thread -- Sorry should have put "She is on PRN Warfarin on a schedule."
Complete thread -- Newborn -- Neuro - Shows symmetrical s/l more oh
Complete thread -- See msg.
Complete thread -- No. :o( Thanks though.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! I believe that it must be backup VVI pacemaker.
Complete thread -- or maybe turbulence
Complete thread -- s/l "She then will continue with warfarin on schedule." (I'm sorry you have to listen to
Complete thread -- I dunno, you wouldn't hyphenate 'acute superimposed on chronic disease' would you?
Complete thread -- (might doc have intended "neurologist" there? Is he ESL?)
Complete thread -- Patient was able to isolate stabilizing muscles and improve muscle activation
Complete thread -- She _____ warfarin on schedule.
Complete thread -- maybe VVI
Complete thread -- some kind of backup pacemaker
Complete thread -- That sounds right to me. I flagged and submitted. Will update the QA reply!
Complete thread -- please help. TY
Complete thread -- BOOP
Complete thread -- phylloides
Complete thread -- what doc said, "intrapartally," is not correct. Correct = "intrapartum."
Complete thread -- child *mentalist* and psychiatrist
Complete thread -- Newborn H&P sm
Complete thread -- No, that isn't what was said there.
Complete thread -- (my "knee-jerk" suggestion = "DRIP," an acronym, but I can't now docu it.
Complete thread -- prominence of **phalanges tissue**.
Complete thread -- Thank you again for your help, appreciate it.
Complete thread -- 1. BP meds. 2. _____ .
Complete thread -- because phrase modifies "disease," need hyphens, acute-on-chronic.SM
Complete thread -- s/l doop like picture? please see message. Thank you.
Complete thread -- thanks. I think you are right :)
Complete thread -- my feeling = you are dealing with (first) dorsal interosseous muscle of hand. Please docu
Complete thread -- might his words "I think it may be just a "servance" from the subclavian" actually mean.
Complete thread -- atrophy of his first **DI** muscle indicating a pre-existing ulnar nerve issue
Complete thread -- Thanks Mgt! It sounds exactly like servance but no idea. Ugh!
Complete thread -- Thanks! (wonders never cease!:-)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- (I tried without luck!:-)
Complete thread -- Hmmm....no, my impression = the docs say "He will be covered with Humalog...." SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- i think this is it! Thanks a lot :)
Complete thread -- "p.r.n. for nausea" could pass, I think;I can't figure out how "quin" could work.
Complete thread -- no surprisingly enough he is a native english speaker :)
Complete thread -- Need more info, but WAG is "continued with"
Complete thread -- I was thinking the same - instead of p.o quin, maybe PRN
Complete thread -- PRN? she can take it 3 times a day p.o. PRN (if/when she needs it) for nausea?
Complete thread -- He will be *called with* Humalog for insulin of 120 to 162 units
Complete thread -- s/l servance from the subclavian (sm)
Complete thread -- Did you EVEN try? Put your s/l into google and see what happens.
Complete thread -- thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- Reglan 5 mg p.o. half hour before each meal three times a day p.o. *quin *
Complete thread -- evisceration (thanks for your GREAT s/l!!! :-)
Complete thread -- evisceration
Complete thread -- Unless they are talking about something in the left posterior hemithorax
Complete thread -- s/l e-vis-ser-a-tion
Complete thread -- (with rural US English one might hear "she takes a shaking chill."
Complete thread -- daily, in the past days preceding admission. (You don't need possessive "day's.")
Complete thread -- something like - she has shaking chills?
Complete thread -- She is shaking and takes *a chin in cell*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 2nd degree burns
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- is it 2nd degree burns or second-degree burns?
Complete thread -- (very good point. I missed it! :-)
Complete thread -- (doesn't make good sense to me....) "chylothorax" SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- -
Complete thread -- don't know your s/l, but should hemithorax maybe be hemothorax or pneumothorax
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Uroxatral ? Sounds to me what he is saying, but putting an extra syllable in there.
Complete thread -- he has been recently treated for left posterior hemithorax *left oncolosus*
Complete thread -- UGh, yes the second is crease. DUH Thanks all!
Complete thread -- Please listen .wav. sm
Complete thread -- construct
Complete thread -- "obtain" is definitely preferable; Suggest type it even if s/l closer to "attain."
Complete thread -- dictation has enough "bee stings" that it is hard to help. SM
Complete thread -- Attain or obtain? I do think that we need to ____ some new films.
Complete thread -- second one is maybe "crease"
Complete thread -- s/l plateus incision and (2nd) and proximal to the wrist *reese*
Complete thread -- That is encouraging. Thanks!
Complete thread -- (is doc ESL?:-)
Complete thread -- oooOOOooo! Excellent idea!!! :-)
Complete thread -- Sometimes simple GROWTH helps this scenario. As the airway increases in diameter,
Complete thread -- or maybe chronic stasis changes?
Complete thread -- Thanks. She did respond well to steroids at first but then seemed to get sick again so
Complete thread -- okay, then consider "clinical stasis changes."
Complete thread -- s/l constrar. There is moderate cord compression at C3-4 above the *s/l constar*.
Complete thread -- flow disturbance?
Complete thread -- (an important and not-very-common med. Florinef is a mineralocorticoid. SM
Complete thread -- mild plaque at the bifurcation bilaterally, but without any significant*slow disturba
Complete thread -- thanks Margaret, but it really sounds like clemecstasis....
Complete thread -- I have no idea, of course. The CXR is not the "sine qua non" of a pneumonia diagnosis.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- clidinium
Complete thread -- RA report, drug
Complete thread -- try "without venostasis changes."
Complete thread -- s/l 'clemecstasis' changes
Complete thread -- I assumed the lead word "Again" was not part of the quoted dict, but OP's reference to a
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- An apical infarction could cause tachycaric problems. If he clearly says that, I'd go with
Complete thread -- It makes sense within the context of your text give. I don't know what that babbling was
Complete thread -- The patient was asking about a word that sounds like...and gave in the context of the
Complete thread -- My WAG: (unsure of correct orthography:) Takotsubo (takotsubo) cardiomyopathy?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'm going with reiterate.
Complete thread -- maybe meaning pseudo tachy syndrome (tachy=tachycardia you know). WPW would be one of
Complete thread -- Right--and that's what I would like to know. She had no chest x-ray done in the hospital
Complete thread -- So there IS a word "toterate" that means what you've said????
Complete thread -- WHAT???!!! What do you MEAN what is her context???!!!
Complete thread -- I'm betting on Colace every day, not "cholera." :-) lol!
Complete thread -- s/l tachy pseudo syndrome
Complete thread -- (I like "Again, to reiterate." I believe I better understand OP's question, now.)
Complete thread -- Ventolin and Flonase make the most sense though
Complete thread -- ? Florinef
Complete thread -- a bona-fide pneumonia, bacterial or other, can be a common sequella of significant asthma
Complete thread -- did you post previously? if so, at what time? What is your context for "toterate"?
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Cameron erosions
Complete thread -- thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thank you, Mgt. She was very ill and needed a lot of oxygen and did her time in the
Complete thread -- I believe "edema" of that disk (in response to pressure injury?) might make good sense.
Complete thread -- a significant asthmatic episode can be indistinguishable from asthma-plus-pneumonia. SM
Complete thread -- ***tot er ate***
Complete thread -- still can't get it
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Bentyl?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Not a work-related question but have any of you heard of asthmatic pneumonia? My
Complete thread -- I would leave it the way it is dictated. nm
Complete thread -- Had to send that on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Two meds: s/l ventyl and floronase (does not sound like Ventolin or Flonase)
Complete thread -- pls sm
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you for trying. Now I think he's saying "edema" but not sure that makes
Complete thread -- medicine that PA spells "cholera". Patient with hypertension, asthma, and rectal
Complete thread -- There were no _____ erosions, or ulcers.
Complete thread -- TLIF? PLIF?
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (no idea re "deela," sorry!:-)
Complete thread -- s/l deela of C4-C5 disk.
Complete thread -- flow study
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- (sorry! I mistook "!" for "l.")
Complete thread -- (you certainly earned tonight by your suffering on prior evenings!)
Complete thread -- and pronounced 2 main ways: OP-is-THOT-nus and o-PIS-tho-TONE-us.
Complete thread -- this is why I have not been had to post on the board tonight: a dictator who can say
Complete thread -- TY H C L O KE
Complete thread -- actually it's Samsca
Complete thread -- (I'm suspicious it might be Cialis, esp if doc is ESL.)
Complete thread -- (for archives, Samscal for hyponatremia.)
Complete thread -- (just my own opinion: most docs would be grateful to receive this spelling correction. SM
Complete thread -- you need to ask your supervisor or client what they want you to do
Complete thread -- sm for link
Complete thread -- wonder if that is cysticercosis and that those are actually 2 sentences -sm
Complete thread -- There was AV *dissociation of * right bundle branch block ...
Complete thread -- There is a history of a possible anterior wall myocardial infarction o ...
Complete thread -- This doc always says "simvastin" should I just change it to simvastatin or flag??
Complete thread -- sorry, finally remembered to look in Drugs by Condition . .
Complete thread -- drug s/l "Senska" for hyponatremia?
Complete thread -- Well, evidently the patient is taking it for something. No context, no idea
Complete thread -- Who are you and what is a heptoglobin?
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- check this
Complete thread -- There is a diet pill called Cylaris
Complete thread -- but that dose does not fit and patient is on Yaz too, unless you can get more info would
Complete thread -- Solaraze?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- estradiol (Estrace, Climara, Estraderm)
Complete thread -- pls
Complete thread -- drug
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- celastrol??
Complete thread -- I'm confused on the sound like. Can you clarify?
Complete thread -- see if psittaci fits
Complete thread -- worked in to the schedule??
Complete thread -- There may be essential tremor which may be worsened by medications inc ...
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- chlamydia pneumoniae, trachomatis, as well as ______ s/l sit-a-see antibodies
Complete thread -- TY for trying will wait for others.
Complete thread -- hmmmmm. I hear celestrol. No idea. sorry!
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- im thinking it's taxol too. tnx very much!
Complete thread -- kinda iffy on the verbatim here, but I'm going with nomogram after much checking out of
Complete thread -- tho he clearly says nome diagram I googled the exact
Complete thread -- I was just thinking the same thing, but didn't post it.
Complete thread -- I'm not finding anything, but Adriamycin is brand name and needs
Complete thread -- problem is he maybe have dyslexic speech saying xytol, but meaning taxol..see link
Complete thread -- well, shoot. that certainly makes sense. I put a WAV up for it now, btw.
Complete thread -- WAV up now.
Complete thread -- this is in Alaska, btw. don't know if that's just coincidental in terms of the s/l or not
Complete thread -- believe you want nomogram..see link
Complete thread -- patient with Tylenol overdose. s/l nome diagram?
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- years ago I had a doc try to spell that one for me "opos....opis....op....oh look it up"
Complete thread -- Yes. See link.
Complete thread -- See link..this article shows that there can be tenodesis to
Complete thread -- s/l xytol for chemotherapy
Complete thread -- Be aware it s/b fascial, not facial (in case not a typo)
Complete thread -- forgot the link..here it is
Complete thread -- Here is a ROS list from a medical facility I found on googling showing
Complete thread -- glad you found it; surely is an unusual word
Complete thread -- we need the sentences before and after, as well as kind of report, etc, to help--sm
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- FOUND IT!! OPISTHOTONOS OMG
Complete thread -- see rules of the board re context pls
Complete thread -- s/l apistizonis but thanks
Complete thread -- more context might help us Jean
Complete thread -- de nada
Complete thread -- a spinning sensation?
Complete thread -- papilla? don't know if it works though (sorry about the burrito)
Complete thread -- Never mind.
Complete thread -- I bet that was it. I already sent it, but thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l uh-pis-this-OWN-is
Complete thread -- ...suffered severe EPS including s/l hu-pis-this-ON-is nm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for all your time and help.
Complete thread -- Did the patient just finish a tortilla? Could it be stuck in his throat?
Complete thread -- taco? enchilada? fajita? burrito?
Complete thread -- I think he wants a burrito.
Complete thread -- That is true, but that has NOTHING to do with what this poster said.
Complete thread -- Per CT scan, thyroid nodule is pressing on patient's tortilla. WTH??
Complete thread -- THanks
Complete thread -- Okay. Your call.
Complete thread -- Thanks~
Complete thread -- However, if she CANNOT hear either one clearly, she should FLAG it. Cause
Complete thread -- Capital F Roman numeral 5. He Has to be referring to factor V Leiden
Complete thread -- I hear a wav about blood pressure medication
Complete thread -- Sigh: He ALWAYS Always says 'seizures', was stumbling here and I really doubt he meant to
Complete thread -- Her question was if it could be seizures because she heard fevers, so yes, she was asking
Complete thread -- But that OP said doc "always always says seizures", except this time
Complete thread -- Routine chemistries: _____, FVL, MTHFR mutation, PAI-1 mutation, ANA, RF, H
Complete thread -- check PAI-1 FVL, FII and MTHFR ...google PGM also check
Complete thread -- PGM and FVL both look okay. don't know about the PAIT III one
Complete thread -- No seizures instead of "no fevers". Seizures has to do with Neuro.
Complete thread -- I checked but I didn't think it fit.
Complete thread -- Wasn't that her question?
Complete thread -- brachiocephalic?
Complete thread -- To littleold me about ROS neurologic: no fevers. Could it be no seizures?
Complete thread -- need help with labs.
Complete thread -- Did you check onelook? I found tenodesis there. Check it out.
Complete thread -- Can u confirm Birckenstock fistula please?
Complete thread -- not sure if im hearing "NASH"
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- Duh is me! She's saying "S1" with a southern drawl!
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was achieved using electrocautery. *Tenovesis* of the muscle belly
Complete thread -- I know. They would rather take someone's word, rather than looking it up.
Complete thread -- I know. They would rather take someone's word, rather than looking it up.
Complete thread -- remainder with scissors (with a scissor)?
Complete thread -- meds: Vyvanse and s/l ruh-VOE-kuh (ravoca??). only PMH listed is ADHD.
Complete thread -- through the dehiscence could see s/l "polyp the dry fly" that crossed over the bottom
Complete thread -- Two debridement questions with an ESL, please?
Complete thread -- ortho report s/l insulin radiculopathy - pls sm.
Complete thread -- Are you kidding? Researching, evidently, is too much of an effort for some "typists."
Complete thread -- pledget. and you need thrombin-.. cause it is soaked in thrombin too
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- Found vag packing for that purpose
Complete thread -- No, not that, but thanks.
Complete thread -- Isn't there a padgett? pledgett? Faintly remembering my ops from the past. . .
Complete thread -- thrombin and peroxide-soaked s/l "badge" packing in the canal,
Complete thread -- Didronel? (bisphosphonate)
Complete thread -- the "supra and infra" facets.
Complete thread -- digitalis?
Complete thread -- s/l digital or digical - drug
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- Dextrose 50% (D50) is often given as an intravenous bolus to patients who have hypoglycemi
Complete thread -- Dextrose 50% (D50) is often given as an intravenous bolus to patients who have hypoglycemi
Complete thread -- appendicitis with abscess ***in treatment illness nonoperative antibiotics***.
Complete thread -- Russian doc, help!
Complete thread -- Some kind of IV fluids. . . please help.
Complete thread -- Sure thing. ;-)
Complete thread -- Could check grammar book/references for quote(s) within quote(S)
Complete thread -- ok, thanks Bonni
Complete thread -- I would use single quotes around 'couldn't help himself'.
Complete thread -- how to use double quotes, pls sm
Complete thread -- ok, will listen for that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Me either. I learn something new here all the time.
Complete thread -- Good show!
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- AAMT BoS 2nd Edition under heading "virgule" subheading
Complete thread -- Very good suggestion!!!
Complete thread -- Ok, good. Thanks for jogging my memory. I'm using See Present Illness Information.
Complete thread -- as in or see history of present illness or see present illness- any of those
Complete thread -- mural?
Complete thread -- I write it out. 100 mcg per puff.
Complete thread -- ROS: S/L PRESENT ESTIMATION. See inside. TYVM!
Complete thread -- see link..scan down a few hits
Complete thread -- might be redundant, but could it be "scant"
Complete thread -- QVAR 100 mcg per puff or 100 mcg/puff, 1 puff once a day. Which is proper?
Complete thread -- OMG...duh. Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- since it is "around the umbilicus" the previous suggestion of radial seems
Complete thread -- obgyn
Complete thread -- Dorland's hard gives 30 named incisions, none s/l Renyo. WAG: Roux-en-Y?
Complete thread -- Many thanks!
Complete thread -- what part of body is surgery..tenodesis is where they suture muscle to bone..see link
Complete thread -- radial ?
Complete thread -- (imo, yes, it is correct)
Complete thread -- Renyo incision?
Complete thread -- He drinks up to "2 fifths" of alcohol per day. Is that written correctly?
Complete thread -- could it be "minor" rather than "mirror"? I can't think of a plausible substitute for
Complete thread -- air? meaning "air-borne" allergens?
Complete thread -- *Tenovesis* of the muscle belly
Complete thread -- s/l arrow allergens??
Complete thread -- high dose?
Complete thread -- slight **mirror thickening.**
Complete thread -- "Hyperlipidemia – Tolerating _______ simvastatin without any myalg ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for coming back. The Hgb is a tad high; no wonder platelets are lowish (viscosity)
Complete thread -- Gamma Knife
Complete thread -- (my hosp called it trauma recess, but I thought just b/c it was a holding area in a wide
Complete thread -- Yes, I just got it, thanks.
Complete thread -- Sorry, typo. It was creatinine. Thanks
Complete thread -- do you possibly hear creatinine
Complete thread -- In one place you show it 1.9 and in the message body 0.19..what
Complete thread -- in lab values, s/l "current insulin" 1.9
Complete thread -- Hi, Mgt!...and yw.
Complete thread -- ty!
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr!
Complete thread -- oops typo...that is what it is
Complete thread -- see link....based on s/l I googled...trauma recess...and it turns out that is that it is
Complete thread -- s/l "trauma ree sez"
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Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Yes, you're right! Thanks so much. : )
Complete thread -- TIMI?
Complete thread -- Recent onset of anginal symptoms with a *TB* score of 4... SM
Complete thread -- Oh! You guys are sooo good. Of course, the spelling is still way off -- but
Complete thread -- Also one of the hits (Wikipedia) quoted New England Journal of
Complete thread -- That's the clue we needed! Xifaxan 550 mg (rifaximin)
Complete thread -- Xifaxan 550 mg (rifaximin) - found this by googling "550 mg"
Complete thread -- Nope, not Rifampin unfortunately. Later she gives dose of 550 mg and I can't
Complete thread -- Why not she do what she wants to do? Why do you care?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yeah, it may be rifampin. I'll wait til end of report as it may become clearer. I think
Complete thread -- I'd check rifampin Good lord they oughta be flogged for spelling.
Complete thread -- blaming it mostly on some of the blood pressure medication
Complete thread -- No, coin test is a test used to see if the patient has a pneumothorax,
Complete thread -- you've convinced me. He does clearly say fevers, so I gave him fevers!!
Complete thread -- Oh dear. Dictator is spelling a med. See inside if you have a moment to help.
Complete thread -- fevers makes sense to me, especially in light of headaches and neuralgias.
Complete thread -- yes I did that too, but it seems to come up with treatments not tests with a coin and its
Complete thread -- help with wav
Complete thread -- see link...I googled...umbilical hernia coin test..
Complete thread -- re: hernia. s/l coin test (sm for context) TY
Complete thread -- I think it's just clear film, like a dressing. Sorry
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll check that out further. : )
Complete thread -- Aquacel Ag and "Clare film" daily
Complete thread -- not that specific program, we use a program called shortcuts for windows
Complete thread -- it's called shortcut for windows
Complete thread -- L’NARD (MULTIPODUS BOOT) L’nard multipodus boots are commonly us ...
Complete thread -- The exact sentence " Neurologic: No headaches, neuralgias, or fevers."
Complete thread -- it was a late post.
Complete thread -- What? No apology?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Please check your lab notes. You should be able to eventually do
Complete thread -- try to listen for gamma knife surgery
Complete thread -- I have several docs who put fevers under neurologic heading of ROS
Complete thread -- He states the ulcer on his shin is from the *lanyards* splint for his foot drop.
Complete thread -- You're brilliant...thank you!
Complete thread -- Not my specialty at all, but I wonder if it could be something like this:
Complete thread -- s/l *galvanized* .. Does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry, did not see this was a wav file. Just a guess on my answer.
Complete thread -- It's your call. I hear no fevers or chills under ROS quite a bit, but obviously,
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Looks like it should be Electrolytes, sodium 136, potassium......
Complete thread -- At this time, her **electrolytes are 1136**, potassium 5.3, chloride of 99
Complete thread -- Ever heard of 'no fevers' put under a ROS Neurologic heading??
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- no, i didn't. sorry, didn't see that post. i sent to QA! was very mumbled.
Complete thread -- too much crap being posted to see any real answers!
Complete thread -- You aren't familiar with Instant Text?
Complete thread -- oops...sorry, didn't see your answer before posting mine. We hear the same thing
Complete thread -- What program do you use at work?
Complete thread -- s/l "minor resting substernal chest pain"
Complete thread -- If I posted before you were done, please repost.
Complete thread -- lyn, did you check below on your post about baby formula? not initials s.m.
Complete thread -- Funny, that OP didn't seen to think it was correct.
Complete thread -- vacillates
Complete thread -- I think that is it!! text, type, they're close right?? bad memory. thanks again everyone!
Complete thread -- s/l vas-il-ates
Complete thread -- erythema or bleeding?
Complete thread -- We have one where I work, was just looking into other options.
Complete thread -- you are amazing
Complete thread -- Maybe s/l infeziopathy
Complete thread -- enthesopathy
Complete thread -- I listened and felt that the answer posted was correct. I did not post before I listened
Complete thread -- The wav I see has NOT been answered.
Complete thread -- But it looks like the answer wasn't correct, from what I can tell.
Complete thread -- Usually because I can type letters faster than I can type symbols..altho
Complete thread -- left hip ankylosis/ s/l enfethiopathy
Complete thread -- stop it - you are the ones being rude
Complete thread -- It's only 1 of 100 she posts on daily basis.
Complete thread -- of could make sense if it were something of sternal chest pain.
Complete thread -- I checked below and the wav that I saw had been answered.
Complete thread -- Isn't there someone below still waiting on help with a wav?
Complete thread -- "of" does not even make sense!
Complete thread -- minor resting substernal chest pain
Complete thread -- Why not just use :) or :-) ?
Complete thread -- Love that abbrev!!!!
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks
Complete thread -- How in the world do you work WITHOUT an expander, MTinME?
Complete thread -- Thanks.. it was a 15 minute letter with a lot of ummmmm. Was checking email at same time
Complete thread -- shorthand for "very big grin"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- VBG
Complete thread -- He did the exam.
Complete thread -- Tho certainly poorly words, I would THINK he is
Complete thread -- This is just too good not to share-" After discussioning these findings...."
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I use Instant Text, although I guess the word "type" is not in that so good luck.
Complete thread -- did he do this exam, or is he reading a report? s/l "there were no comments on erosions
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense? See inside for this patient with dyspnea and asthma.
Complete thread -- Pt undergoing cerebral angiogram.
Complete thread -- can still be cannot "hear" (yet be checked for obstruction/tumor etc)
Complete thread -- any chance it is Gentle Plus, as in Good Start Gentle Plus
Complete thread -- any chance it is Gentle Plus, as in Good Start Gentle Plus
Complete thread -- I bet it is release (Not reese, as could not find) Did find
Complete thread -- There were no _____, erosions, or ulcers.
Complete thread -- i failed to include context. patient cannot hear out of that ear.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- i realize i put name in there! OOPS!
Complete thread -- s/l pseudo=high-vacant
Complete thread -- I bet it is patency (Open, no obstruction) sm
Complete thread -- Treatment consisted of AC joint mobilizations, scapular mobility program (sm)
Complete thread -- nope, I relistened again, he says three is to 1 block (3:1)
Complete thread -- s/l *release or reese* nerve-sparing technique
Complete thread -- "impatency" - is that a word?
Complete thread -- That's it!!! Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Listen for Schneiderian symptoms.nm
Complete thread -- I was not sure but thought it could be 2 or 3. Thanks.
Complete thread -- for the rest not familiar Direct Lateral Interbody Fusion (DLIF/XLIF) - Lumbar Spine Surge
Complete thread -- thank you! I think is wartburg
Complete thread -- link, look here. May be Wartburg
Complete thread -- Psych report help please.....s/l Nideerian symptoms
Complete thread -- I heard 3:1 block
Complete thread -- college in iowa, s/l warn-burg or warren-burg?
Complete thread -- I found an old report on the same patient with this diagnoses
Complete thread -- found this SPORE clinical cancer trials Look over link
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- I don't think that was it, thanks though.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- question but not about a report but about an expander program s.m.
Complete thread -- sounds right-thanks
Complete thread -- don't know. that's all i can hear are those letters
Complete thread -- what is the s/l?
Complete thread -- no, those are the letters in between I can't get!!
Complete thread -- "Of note, the patient has had Avastin in the past on the _______ p ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hi again, thanks to your reply, I found dr. is actually saying DLIF - thanks again
Complete thread -- sorry, meant to type circumferentiaL
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you very much!
Complete thread -- just guesses, but "sacral --something" or "circumferentia"?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- confused, is the s/l GNLNS?
Complete thread -- ortho procedure, s/l dee-lith pls sm for context
Complete thread -- ever heard of baby formula that has these letters in it? g?n?l?ns
Complete thread -- with marked ___ narrowing of the thecal sac + wav
Complete thread -- NV...got this one, finally.
Complete thread -- Medtronic Soletra
Complete thread -- I don't think that's it, but thanks for the input. Have to send it on to QA now.
Complete thread -- Dictionaries are great to use for MT work.
Complete thread -- Did you look it up, or do you just not understand the word?
Complete thread -- Same pt again undergoing thalamic electrode placement
Complete thread -- maybe "are no longer symptomatic" ?
Complete thread -- Blindness can be hereditary -- for example, retinitis pigmentosis (sm)
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing TAC (triamcinolone) ?
Complete thread -- The patient is totally blind due to a *familial* problem.
Complete thread -- seriously?
Complete thread -- Her fractured ribs, ribs four, five, and six healed. *Her low og* was symptomatic
Complete thread -- Same pt undergoing subthalamic electrode
Complete thread -- ESL Only med is "TSE" cream for skin rash. No other pertinent info given. Thanks.
Complete thread -- And what is the definition of casturia?
Complete thread -- 4-pin ... fiducial box
Complete thread -- Pt with Parkinson's undergoing implantation of subthalamic electrode
Complete thread -- Though I am not finding it at OneLook as the
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Mosby's, Dorland's, OneLook. nm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Is casturia a word? I found it by googling but can't find it in my reference
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- It does kind of sound like gripping, but would that make sense?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I hear Zymar
Complete thread -- Can't play WAV w/o computer freezing...Can you give a s/l?
Complete thread -- on the Darvon twice a day.
Complete thread -- ??gripping??
Complete thread -- ripping?
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Patient had some tenderness on the left sternal border with the sensat ...
Complete thread -- thank you. I will look more in the report and relisten.
Complete thread -- Reentry is it!! Thank you both!!
Complete thread -- It is not unethical to expand sloppy abbreviations. If they don't care if I always
Complete thread -- reentry probably
Complete thread -- atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia ?
Complete thread -- see link...when depth is used as a noun.. as in this
Complete thread -- thanks much!
Complete thread -- oops .. cataract surgery was right, I take it back :D
Complete thread -- "after even well-performed cataract surgery", and "after even well-performed.."
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- cataract surgery should be cataract extraction.
Complete thread -- The blank s/l ran tree.
Complete thread -- help with wav
Complete thread -- absolutely correct here. If they are not mobile, can't hear.
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if she just isn't slaughtering "vesicles"?
Complete thread -- Not sure if the word "mobile" is correct in sentence?
Complete thread -- May we have more context?
Complete thread -- Zovirax is an antiviral which sounds right but does not fit the history
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Yes, peristalsis. On a barium swallow the contrast material
Complete thread -- drug s/l zol-fer-x.. see below
Complete thread -- Followup on yesterday's post. Whomever suggested VOT was correct.
Complete thread -- Pt with s/l vee si cus over the right eye. TIA
Complete thread -- protective lumbar orthosis(es)?
Complete thread -- Funny. I am going to flag. I keep coming back to early drug test history, which is what
Complete thread -- Answer: A big mess.
Complete thread -- ESL - patient with chronic back pain
Complete thread -- That makes so much more sense than early! Thanks.
Complete thread -- --what I hear
Complete thread -- not good "what I can get "away with" geez MXT ETHICS
Complete thread -- I second mxt!
Complete thread -- perhaps they can simply learn how to recognize GOOD sites versus BAD sites via Google
Complete thread -- yes thanks ...
Complete thread -- perhaps
Complete thread -- s/l par-a-stall-a-sis. peristalsis?
Complete thread -- I am not 100% verbatim and I would change that to either another MRI or
Complete thread -- pharyngolaryngeal?
Complete thread -- Hmmm, ate too many Pringles?
Complete thread -- s/l Pringle laryngeal reflux
Complete thread -- Perhaps, as an MT, you should use references/resources other than JUST Google.
Complete thread -- Definitely starts with a "p" sound... ...
Complete thread -- Drug use history? I thought at first drug test history.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I think I can tell what he is saying but not sure if it makes sense
Complete thread -- And maybe your "quite lobotic" is coagulopathic?
Complete thread -- impairments?
Complete thread -- Anywhere in here, if there are
Complete thread -- Anywhere in here if there are any question marks.......
Complete thread -- s/l pariments
Complete thread -- I think your "seclation" is circulation.
Complete thread -- This always confuses me and I will do more research on modifiers....
Complete thread -- I would say no hyphen.
Complete thread -- in-depth (ndpth) KEY
Complete thread -- same applied principal. you know temperature is in degrees and you know weight is
Complete thread -- wav pls
Complete thread -- thank you.. I have never heard of that..
Complete thread -- I say no hyphen b/t in and depth. The pt. wants counseling that is in depth.
Complete thread -- transcribing weights
Complete thread -- ...so this is actually considered slang?
Complete thread -- a bazillion times ... Depends on your acct specs ... I expand everything they allow
Complete thread -- five different blanks if anyone can help me
Complete thread -- Has anyone ever heard of "veru"?
Complete thread -- diarrheal
Complete thread -- s/l dyreal illness? see below
Complete thread -- omg no
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- operation? though if you hear mobilization clearly, that makes sense too.
Complete thread -- Of course it doesn't like it, it is not a word and yes, you are writing it wrong. Neural
Complete thread -- neural foramen
Complete thread -- Spellcheck doesn't like "neuroforamen". Am I writing it wrong? Google's okay with it
Complete thread -- Dienestrol?
Complete thread -- Anyone have a guess?
Complete thread -- Just a guess, but could you be hearing per mL?
Complete thread -- Thank you both. Nothing more in the report!
Complete thread -- Nevermind, that can't be right.
Complete thread -- Found it. Cenestin
Complete thread -- Vaginal dryness. She has been using s/l Censetinal to the vaginal area for vaginal dr
Complete thread -- re-MRI "of"
Complete thread -- re-MRIing? need to change this (I think)
Complete thread -- "laminar" and "cet-ling-ada" complexes at L4-5, L5-S1 were addressed bilaterally SM
Complete thread -- I would say so. He should say what is causing the hives.
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- if you are missing something, so am I. Maybe he will clarify later in report?
Complete thread -- Doc clearly says: ALLERGIES: Hives which cause severe swelling. (Am I missing some
Complete thread -- blood 250 erythrocytes s/l "purt you ill"
Complete thread -- Maybe if he has nuclear eyes.
Complete thread -- thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- melanocytic ?
Complete thread -- pathology returned that both were intradermal *anti cytic* nevi.
Complete thread -- No, but he was saying a clear IT-- thank you for the heads up!
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!!!!!
Complete thread -- got it.. impaction maneuver
Complete thread -- Tenon's - Tenon's capsule
Complete thread -- is he saying a "long I" sound? Otherwise prostatism and prostitism sounds exactly
Complete thread -- That is what I think he means, but he is clearly saying prostitism? Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Oculoplastic surgery "t-knots" or "tee-nonce" SM
Complete thread -- how about prostatism?
Complete thread -- On her exam today of the left upper extremity, she is tender over the distal ulna,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Doc keeps saying - prostitism-- can't confirm
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- sounds fine - sometimes hear that pt returns "after morning clinic", meaning just as you
Complete thread -- don't know your s/l, but should first sentence say there is "transection" not transaction?
Complete thread -- popliteal *superior* veins
Complete thread -- Patient presents to general surgeon office's for
Complete thread -- bacilli
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Endopouch
Complete thread -- BNP?
Complete thread -- followup cbc, chem-7, LFTs and s/l "P and P". What is P and P?
Complete thread -- cholecystectomy
Complete thread -- s/l*versa tensor* - insertion of adjustable male sling
Complete thread -- help with diagnosis.. posted wav for this
Complete thread -- mass or lesion?
Complete thread -- s/l massoch lesion
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Azactam 1 gram IV piggyback
Complete thread -- sorry.. should be there now
Complete thread -- old file still there.
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- got it at the same time you answered, but thank you very much
Complete thread -- Accu-Cheks AC and HS.
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- from hospital.
Complete thread -- wav pls
Complete thread -- "History of multiple myeloma with _______ – Status post Velcade. ...
Complete thread -- -2.4
Complete thread -- Bone scan showing low T score at "minus 2.4" or "-2.4".
Complete thread -- Yes that's it - after listening repeatedly I was able to decipher it t ...
Complete thread -- mainly on her hands and all over her body sometimes.
Complete thread -- Is a bit strange as it is a sweetener, so I flagged it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Google TPN and cyclamate and see if that fits. It seems weird to me.
Complete thread -- That's it! So many thanks! :)
Complete thread -- Look for something like caseous. I didn't look it up. It's cheeselike stuff.
Complete thread -- Not hearing that, but thanks. The "k" at the beginning is the only thing I
Complete thread -- gelatinous?? nm
Complete thread -- Pt on TPN "cyclomylate." nm thanks
Complete thread -- There was a small amount of "kasis" material drained from the wound.
Complete thread -- something vision instead of fishin
Complete thread -- fission?
Complete thread -- Patient with iron-deficiency anemia sm
Complete thread -- could he be saying, he had poor balance also?
Complete thread -- could he possibly bei saying testicular?
Complete thread -- no comma
Complete thread -- Had already flagged but I do remember listening for "also" and couldn't hear, but it's
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- maybe slurring "and also" but then changed mind?
Complete thread -- enoxaparin, tamoxifen, doxepin?
Complete thread -- pravastatin, Toprol, s/l "denoxefin", Lotrel, and Actonel...SM
Complete thread -- s/l stickvus self exam
Complete thread -- He says that he has poor balance "on all suh" Then says "period paragraph past
Complete thread -- see link for some possibilities that may be helpful
Complete thread -- physical exam
Complete thread -- Would think yes, as in bone modeling...see link
Complete thread -- How about molding? (or is it moulding??) Unsure.
Complete thread -- No, just s/l "modeling"
Complete thread -- sharp wave of activity?
Complete thread -- do you hear remodeling?
Complete thread -- help with word...modeling?
Complete thread -- focal right temporal cerebral dysfunction accompanied with sharp ___ wave activity wh
Complete thread -- ah yes, TY so much.
Complete thread -- It's scutal erosion (scutum). Beautiful accent.
Complete thread -- Thanks, will have another listen.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Need help with med s/l terracap (dose is 2 mg h.s.)
Complete thread -- Archie? You here, Archie?
Complete thread -- ok thanks. Wasn't sure if it was the same. :)
Complete thread -- hemophilia? Wild guess I know. . .
Complete thread -- problem is that that would be such a hassle with VR editing.
Complete thread -- atelectasis, same as in lung, "airlessness"
Complete thread -- There is also some scarring and s/l aw-tel-eck-sis to the drum head on both sides.
Complete thread -- ???rhinorrhea? rhinophyma?
Complete thread -- musculoskeletal? I'm not sure it makes any sense though.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Maybe that will help. Do not hear ossicular. Maybe you do???
Complete thread -- I'm a fan of parentheses. Vicodin (dispensed 10) p.r.n. pain.
Complete thread -- Personally, I just leave all the commas out - but that is what they want where I work
Complete thread -- context
Complete thread -- punctuation opinions
Complete thread -- Doesn't to me either :P; honestly, I think this doctor is drunk.
Complete thread -- None of this makes sense to me. SM
Complete thread -- Any chance it's ossicular, from context?
Complete thread -- TY so much! Thats it.
Complete thread -- has some delayed migration of keratin along canal wall and some s/l moss-cute-il
Complete thread -- Word help - *ASH
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- The initial culture grew enterococcus and haemophilus. He was admitted and started
Complete thread -- I think so! Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- seemingly?
Complete thread -- His appetite "mingly" had diminished. All could think of was admittedly but don't
Complete thread -- numbness, tingling, and pain (and agree with rest by poster below)
Complete thread -- S/L CURRICULUM might double toothed vulsellum ?? sm
Complete thread -- can a patient have an elevated prostate? (wondering if doc meant prostate level/PSA)
Complete thread -- Agreed.
Complete thread -- left buttock, lateral and anterior thigh, and calf.
Complete thread -- any commas? Not sure where but please check for me.
Complete thread -- Thank you all! :)
Complete thread -- sorry....block as well as criteria?
Complete thread -- ....block as awll as criteria?
Complete thread -- Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status (RBANS)
Complete thread -- Check it out.
Complete thread -- wav posted. ECG... incomplete right bundle-branch block and ???? for left ventricula
Complete thread -- I don't know your s/l, but if it is in fact plural, then it would be were, not was.
Complete thread -- To further assess patient's abilities, "S/L RBANs" was
Complete thread -- thanks passthru, he doesn't pronounce very well so that could be it - thanks!
Complete thread -- ...and guess since says serial, would be analyses
Complete thread -- wonder if saying figure rating analysis sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- That is exactly what I googled and didn't get anything like what you got. That's
Complete thread -- thx so much all
Complete thread -- Mallampati ?...nm
Complete thread -- Mallampati Classification, an Estimate of Upper Airway Anato ...by S Isono - 2008 - Cited
Complete thread -- doing psych assessment for weight loss surgery, pls sm
Complete thread -- mal-en potty 4 pharynx .... sm
Complete thread -- nicked is the word, thank you very much. ...
Complete thread -- sounds like "nikt" guess he is giving some abbreviation ...
Complete thread -- nicked? I don't know how to say "ni-kt" either
Complete thread -- Patient with knee surgery following up. He continues to have
Complete thread -- Ok I just deleted it. I'll maybe try again down the road. Thanks all! Bye for now.
Complete thread -- that's an old one that that OP should have deleted
Complete thread -- Well, here I got it with OP's suggestion.
Complete thread -- Can't understand your s/l. can you try again? What does nikt sound like?
Complete thread -- I think there is a button to click and delete it. I believe that was a bit ago and has b
Complete thread -- I'm going to blank and flag the blank after double toothed. Gotta send it in. SM
Complete thread -- Left carotid "s/l ni-kt." (please help. Thank you).
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Good idea. That's probably it. TYVM!
Complete thread -- Ok. I clicked on SEND WAV FILE and somebody else's dictation is there already.
Complete thread -- See link inside
Complete thread -- I'd listen for clamped, transected, and suture ligated
Complete thread -- Sorry, but Stedman's shows nothing but a 'double-tooth(ed) tenaculum' and just
Complete thread -- Welll, I've never done it before. let me try. Thank you - that woudl be good to know.
Complete thread -- can U post a wav?
Complete thread -- Oh! Ok. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Did you see her s/l and see her letters she did hear? Then what it it? Glen?
Complete thread -- no dash/hyphen in 0 Vicryl!
Complete thread -- She said it didn't sound like tenaculum.
Complete thread -- double-toothed/tooth tenaculum.
Complete thread -- Hi, again. Working on TAH op dictated by an Asian. I am pulling out my eyelashes out.
Complete thread -- crock.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Yes, you're both right. I'm using laparotomy. Thanks again!
Complete thread -- it is laparotomy, but perhaps doc is mispronouncing
Complete thread -- laparotomy sponges.
Complete thread -- This guy's doing an op and keeps saying "laboratory sponges. . . " SM
Complete thread -- try this.
Complete thread -- Thanks. It was Code EMA.
Complete thread -- Genetics: s/l ** aff - uh - jen - ik ** duplication
Complete thread -- ?approve
Complete thread -- update
Complete thread -- workers' compensation claim
Complete thread -- I googled dopamine and pressor * and the 2nd and 3rd hit gave answer
Complete thread -- wonderful!
Complete thread -- Well, I just did poster's suggestion and it "worked" for me FYI
Complete thread -- SINCE PT HAS HAD PREVIOUS C-SECTION TIMES 2. YOU GUYS ROCK!
Complete thread -- Wonderful ideas. Thanks so much. I'm relistening. Right back.
Complete thread -- OOOh, good guess. I'll listen for that. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- peevus = previous?
Complete thread -- TAH dictated by Asian. Poor quality dictation to boot. Please help.
Complete thread -- I'd listen for intoxication. Makes sense he would be admitted with significant alcohol
Complete thread -- This is a 64-year-old gentleman who at intake-session gave a history of
Complete thread -- intoxication? admitted with significant alcohol intoxication
Complete thread -- no it did not. i tried it. just to let you know.
Complete thread -- sure did look everywhere, Guytron, zip. If you find out, could you share sm
Complete thread -- I think that is right now, "intake session." I can understand that better now from both
Complete thread -- maybe "a significant alcohol intake session," like a binge?
Complete thread -- could mean this last binge has lasted a long time (the session of drinking)
Complete thread -- intake, cessation (later stopping?)??
Complete thread -- A 64-year-old gentleman with a history of alcohl abuse and hypertension who was
Complete thread -- (whom) we followed?
Complete thread -- that's how I've always heard it pronounced too
Complete thread -- bit strange too but think meaning refailed (more than once) coming for appt.
Complete thread -- Here is a link on sample EEGs (& other sample reports too)
Complete thread -- All you had to do was simply google dopamine and pressor * and google would have given ans
Complete thread -- Sure do. Thanks!
Complete thread -- see if you can hear "agents"
Complete thread -- see if you can hear "agents"
Complete thread -- strange, but refollowed?
Complete thread -- The dopamine and other pressor "ations" will also be discontinued. (pt is being moved
Complete thread -- your s/l EPS is likely electrophysiology study, especially since mentioned ablation
Complete thread -- sharp and wave activity
Complete thread -- I can now hear sharp and wave activity but does that make sense?
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- Can't find the wave, but makes sense, as in giving back sm
Complete thread -- patient seen in the past
Complete thread -- Thank you. That's what I was thinking on the code. Will flag to be sure.
Complete thread -- Period always goes inside quotation marks. Also, T&A for pete'
Complete thread -- Period always goes inside quotation marks. Also, T&A for pete'
Complete thread -- agonal breathing. Not familiar with that code, but that may be facility specific and onl
Complete thread -- Code "Emma" called at 1:45 p.m. followed by a Code Blue when patient choked on soup
Complete thread -- I know. They just normally don't use A, B, etc.
Complete thread -- Can't make sense! Brace on shoulder and elbow are dar deep (sm)
Complete thread -- A wave (equals alpha wave - there are alpha, beta & theta waves in EEGs)
Complete thread -- For once in a million, I agree with D. I think he is just saying waaave funky.
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- I hear - sharp wave activity ( no other word in there that I can hear)
Complete thread -- sharp A wave activity?
Complete thread -- I really don't think so, thanks :)
Complete thread -- heard of this but it sounds like YM or "Ryan"
Complete thread -- That is probably it!! Thank you ...
Complete thread -- right temporal cerebral dysfunction accompanied with sharp wave ____ activity whi
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could it be status post dilatation?
Complete thread -- Hernia help
Complete thread -- superfluous? not that it makes sense, but...
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- If he says it, I would use it, as it is obviously what he wants and means what he intends
Complete thread -- Once I saw that, I went back and found more definitions than those I had originally seen,
Complete thread -- unless you can edit it to he might have had a pleurodesis. ?
Complete thread -- reciprocate makes sense
Complete thread -- Abnormalities on the chest x-ray. He might have been *pleurodesed*. Can I add "ed"
Complete thread -- with that new s/l, maybe something like.. *stenosis of* esophagus? after you complete the
Complete thread -- WAV file sent
Complete thread -- blank sounds like reciprocate. Is there something else that sounds like that with a
Complete thread -- Geez, QA couldn't get this one either! :( nm
Complete thread -- and ty for guesses anyway
Complete thread -- The more I listened, the more it sounded like Snuffleupagus.
Complete thread -- never mind.. it does not go with the other diagnoses.. can't be that.
Complete thread -- it reminds me of... erysipelas?
Complete thread -- ty both, it was just too slurred with his annoying lisp so left blank.
Complete thread -- esophagitis?
Complete thread -- guessing... something lupus, maybe severe?
Complete thread -- Only know of 2, TRAM and DIEP flap, I think it is.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not TRAM?
Complete thread -- not exactly your s/l.. but there is TRAM flap
Complete thread -- Preprocedure diagnoses GERD, s/l "a serviluppis," constipation
Complete thread -- Thank you ...
Complete thread -- Bentyl (dicyclomine)
Complete thread -- breast reconstruction immediately after mastectomy, "Ryan" flap?
Complete thread -- first word is epigenetic
Complete thread -- flagging. Thanks, anyway, for looking. :-)
Complete thread -- palisade or palisaded might be that first word, not sure of
Complete thread -- 1 s/l e-pee-gen-a-tive pro-na-later; 2 s/l dicylomine or let-a-let-a-mine; 3 s/l r?b
Complete thread -- Could it be T&A? Don't know your "EPS."
Complete thread -- status post *E P S*
Complete thread -- The use of s/l Jackson frame is not necessary since the patient is not sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Rheumatology help
Complete thread -- s/l CCC techs ??
Complete thread -- Should be easy, true.
Complete thread -- And if that's OP's answer, then she could have found by simply googling medication zygal.
Complete thread -- Have to agree with you on that one!
Complete thread -- Xyzal (levocetirizine) is used to treat cold or allergy symptoms such as sneezing and runn
Complete thread -- Have you tried drugs.com phonetic search?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- A medication that S/L zycal or zygal. ...
Complete thread -- Because nothing to be confused about--this definitely requires flagging. Nothing to ponde
Complete thread -- Maybe q.a.c.?
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- Why aren't you?
Complete thread -- I am confused too as HCl is not the abbreviation for
Complete thread -- s/l U N C insulin Humalog
Complete thread -- SORRY! Open reduction. Internal fixation
Complete thread -- I'd bet he is thinking of one of the many combos. I'd flag that
Complete thread -- Perhaps PA stands for pernicious anemia? That would explain the next sentence, too...
Complete thread -- ugh, thanks
Complete thread -- Possible *P A* with subacute combined systems disease.
Complete thread -- Why are you confused?
Complete thread -- Depends, general grades are arabic, but some fracture types (Salter-Harris for ex.) are R
Complete thread -- He is giving a list of meds for preop surgery for knee surgery
Complete thread -- Archives talk about Kefzol..but I did not have time to peruse to confirm. See what U think
Complete thread -- Knee and ankle fx grades. sm
Complete thread -- Ancef is what ours normally give for infection prophylaxis. But PLEASE check rules 4 post
Complete thread -- What kind of surgery?
Complete thread -- HNPs (herniated nucleus pulposus)
Complete thread -- Rarely do sx. Two grams of intravenous s/l camsoll were given prior to sx.
Complete thread -- Sorry supposed to be C6-C7 NOT C6, T-C7
Complete thread -- chronic cervical spine pain attributed to *H M P’s*, C6, T-C7
Complete thread -- Link x 2 - look over phrases (epigastric, right upper quadrant
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- "and" see link..googled..symptoms gallbladder epigastric "right upper quadrant"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- 2 areas epigastric and
Complete thread -- a guess (since has SOB) Atrovent and Spriva listen for these
Complete thread -- 4 surgeons in came practice, all of whom are speedy when they talk
Complete thread -- will try that
Complete thread -- I wondered. I tried all the regular words. Wonder if he was not for 80% and changed up.
Complete thread -- No, you're right... it sounds like he's just correcting himself.
Complete thread -- can you hear ostial stenosis?
Complete thread -- ok, thought I was hearing splint...
Complete thread -- MP3 file thanks. Sounds like C8 or CA??
Complete thread -- Kikuchi ?
Complete thread -- split is a sleep study where they test for sleep apnea and also try out CPAP therapy the
Complete thread -- thanks, learned something new today. Never knew those were called johnny.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- CPAP and attempt at a splint in the night _____ failed???? s.m.
Complete thread -- OneLook above is an excellent resource to look up word definitions. hint: look in the s.m.
Complete thread -- help please
Complete thread -- lympho *kusher* disorder
Complete thread -- He is dressed in a s/l johnny. what is that?
Complete thread -- PFTs? planned labs?
Complete thread -- I would add a routine PT/PTT to her *P S T’s*, and if unremarkable the patient
Complete thread -- One man's snide is another's ride. I'd think prompting to use her own logical
Complete thread -- Well, do you have anything to help OP or just snide remarks?
Complete thread -- Hey, it's them pronouncing it, not me. So you hear DISI pronounced dizzy?
Complete thread -- than not then. than previously dictated. Then it will be okay.
Complete thread -- I am going to flag. I put the VOT in there but flagged the word. Will let you know.
Complete thread -- DC? ohmy
Complete thread -- Oh, then instead of the. Thanks for catching that too.
Complete thread -- I am hearing VOT too. She is 86. When do they quit vocational??
Complete thread -- rudimentary S1-S2 disk space. not S1, S2 and your sentence ending is very questionable?
Complete thread -- Correction to my original post s/b dissociation. I hear DISI pronounced Dee Cee.
Complete thread -- Me neither. Just a wild shot, but could V = vocational. No personal knowledge, just
Complete thread -- I do not hear it at all but just went back through samples I have saved from him and
Complete thread -- there is a s/l re-a-ment-terry at S1, S2 disk space which is causing the lumbar level
Complete thread -- I'm no help. I hear "ed v-o-t."
Complete thread -- Curious. how have you heard DISI if not 'dizzy' in s/l?
Complete thread -- drugs s/l atro-veer and spy-veer. (not hearing atrovent and spiriva - i wish)
Complete thread -- they very clearly say words incorrectly all day long. Guess you should flag that then
Complete thread -- It was "thrombosis or" thrombophlebitis.
Complete thread -- WAV file, cannot hear speech therapy in there. Sounds like DOT to me.
Complete thread -- History of left wrist injury resulting in scapholunate disassociation and s/l dizzy w
Complete thread -- sm link
Complete thread -- sm link
Complete thread -- Very clear "f" sound and itis with the long 'i" sound.
Complete thread -- Patient with significant scratching to use ?corduran? tape to prevent scratching.nm
Complete thread -- pruritus?
Complete thread -- found...Chaput
Complete thread -- ankle sprain, MRI shows bruising at the tibial "uh shaput" process
Complete thread -- NM.
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks Paula! ...
Complete thread -- Patient with examatous dermatitis. For acute flares of s/l furitis?,
Complete thread -- Maybe Elidel ?...nm
Complete thread -- might check link
Complete thread -- Abdomen is obese but soft. No sign of "temprosis" thrombophlebitis.
Complete thread -- Dyshidrotic eczema
Complete thread -- renal osteodystrophy: Patient had been on s/l renalva which is
Complete thread -- I'll do that, thanks.
Complete thread -- Here is a site where you can put in a partial word - please verify everything - especially
Complete thread -- licheniform, erythematous lesions -- no comma needed after pointing
Complete thread -- wag: Brudzinski's
Complete thread -- Thanks! It's positive pulsatile flow with the veins in the neck.
Complete thread -- pulsatile? pulsation?
Complete thread -- thanks, trying
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- Flying through this: Neck, no JVD, no bruit. There was positive (sm)
Complete thread -- listen for levothyroxine
Complete thread -- concede.
Complete thread -- I would think concede would fit here. He will admit the doctor has qualifications in his
Complete thread -- listen for elevated schistocytes.
Complete thread -- Zetia, lisinopril, Proventil,*levo t rubin*, tramadol, chlorpheniramine maleat
Complete thread -- Is this doc disagreeing with the other doc?
Complete thread -- chronically elevated *see shites*
Complete thread -- fluorescein
Complete thread -- Thank you! I have listened to that thing over and over and - sm
Complete thread -- fluorescein
Complete thread -- It sounds like either concede or conceive.
Complete thread -- Her "s/l foreseen" examination reveal decreased tear lake in b ...
Complete thread -- estrogenized - you will get the phrase well-estrogenized a lot.
Complete thread -- Any chance 'conceal' would fit better?
Complete thread -- Please note that I did *conceive*the doctor’s qualifications in his area of specialty
Complete thread -- I would put at-risk-type activities.
Complete thread -- In pelvic examination. The uterus is well s/l extranized and supported.
Complete thread -- EXTREMITIES: Bipedal edema 1+. Homans' and s/l brawkowsky none.
Complete thread -- **dind tick ik na-form**
Complete thread -- Because of his brother's h/o MI at an early age, will check a S/L "TF-6" aspirin.sm
Complete thread -- at risk type activities (where would hyphen go?) thanks
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- There sure is! thanks for catching that
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear "several T2 hyperintensive lesions (not sublesions?) "and made a present
Complete thread -- don't know s/l but is there a typo in first line? "in the had?"
Complete thread -- space that could indicate ....
Complete thread -- i mean hyperintense
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- s/o *falx* OMT exam
Complete thread -- I spent way to much time on this. I flagged it.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- AAMT BOS "recommends" dropping the period
Complete thread -- There is a Dr. Whitman in Ewing, New Jersey.
Complete thread -- I would probably flag it. I have to do that sometimes with drs names when not clear.
Complete thread -- I find most use the period in the archives, so going with that.
Complete thread -- and now it sounds like Lightwood, but no hits on that either.
Complete thread -- Sorry should have read Helicobacter
Complete thread -- If you are abbrevitating Helocobacter pylori do you use H. pylori or H pylori without
Complete thread -- Finally heard it. Component of her complaint. Finally makes sense.
Complete thread -- Here is the link if you want to look through the cities.
Complete thread -- There is a Dr. Whiteman in Trenton. I was looking for Whitewood or Wrightwood.
Complete thread -- any idea of a city? When I looked up infectious disease doctors new jersey give cities to
Complete thread -- Then flag it.
Complete thread -- I'm not so sure it sounds like that. anyone else have a guess??
Complete thread -- searching for an infectious disease doctor, Dr. Whitewood, or rightwood? near nj
Complete thread -- back to her arches
Complete thread -- without listening prehaps "below"
Complete thread -- I am questioning the word "Compliment"
Complete thread -- Compliment" of her complaint may be a part of her migraine also.
Complete thread -- Arm infection blank- Wav sent! s/l beth-oh
Complete thread -- never mind. Just found that I am hearing it correctly.
Complete thread -- There is a small lump, with the feel like a"bag of worms"above the right testicle in
Complete thread -- I wouldn't want to myself, but our QA is so picky and maniacal, lol.
Complete thread -- If you had typed into google C&S stool culture, the first hit would have told you what C&S
Complete thread -- it's PTT. I wouldn't waste the doctor's time flagging it.
Complete thread -- responding to what? Also you need a comma in the last paragraph after "also", as she is on
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- I would say yes, but I would flag if you don't definitely hear PTT.
Complete thread -- The patient's coagulases are within normal limits with a PT of 13, PT ...
Complete thread -- are you sure not saying 2 instead of 10
Complete thread -- In view of the patient's short history, but clinical picture "impressive" I started
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- google 'enrolled in double outcome study'
Complete thread -- Lyme titer
Complete thread -- *s/l line titer* Patient with high signal in the thoracic spine and paraparesis.
Complete thread -- have to move on
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: 1. Coronary artery disease – Stable on current therapy. ...
Complete thread -- does the following sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- also on op reports, I'll leave in the heading for procedure performed SM
Complete thread -- nope; I had one report a couple of days ago which left out the entire physical exam SM
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I've never added something that wasn't dictated. I'd get fired.
Complete thread -- If your doc leaves out cardiac portion of exam, would you indicate a blank /sm
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! ...
Complete thread -- thanks for your input
Complete thread -- Klebsiella pneumoniae.
Complete thread -- She did have a *S/L clepsial and pneumonia infection with antibiotics ...
Complete thread -- disorder, which as so often is the case...
Complete thread -- oh ok, thank you
Complete thread -- how can I change this sentence to make sense?
Complete thread -- These, as so often is the case, are comorbidities.
Complete thread -- how can change i this sentence to make sense? (wav file available)
Complete thread -- True and not the last I'm sure!
Complete thread -- Agreed. Though she certainly wouldn't be the first doc who did so ;)
Complete thread -- She needs to quit making things up! LOL.
Complete thread -- I'm just flagging it. Thx!
Complete thread -- Me neither. Wonder if she's using hyperbole. Like, he's really, really alert? :)
Complete thread -- 10????? Never heard of that high. time, place, person, and situation are usually the
Complete thread -- Not finding documentation, but wanted to double check: "Alert and oriented x10"?
Complete thread -- skewing
Complete thread -- Thanks! sm
Complete thread -- PT
Complete thread -- Not really like your s/l, but he might mean -- metolazone, but that is a guess
Complete thread -- Med s/l Mia-tra-zol sm
Complete thread -- scalloping?
Complete thread -- There is some slight (scluding) to the expiratory limit of full volume curve.
Complete thread -- Lots of hits of you google. I know generally Stedman's is
Complete thread -- He is an ESL doctor. He has used this word and QA has checked. Reciprocating.
Complete thread -- oooh, I like this even better
Complete thread -- ? goals and limitations
Complete thread -- Or another thought..maybe he was trying to say reciprocating saw...
Complete thread -- Wonder if it is "do's and limitations of our"...thinking he
Complete thread -- I wonder if you are hearing (or not hearing because of
Complete thread -- Thanks - ...
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- Absolutely it is. adj form of pus. SOME accounts wish it to be changed, I'd double
Complete thread -- Yes. see link found at Onelook above
Complete thread -- funny--he dictates as two separate words with a pause between, reciprocal aiding saw
Complete thread -- pussy discharge ...is this a word??
Complete thread -- hope you don't use short-arm cast. unless patient inexplicably has one arm longer than the
Complete thread -- further possible balloon-type procedure of his gastric varices ?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was comparing it to short arm cast, short-arm cast and got confused.
Complete thread -- no whole breast listing, but does have whole body radiation and whole brain radiation
Complete thread -- Doubting myself. The pt will have whole breast radiation... or whole-breast radiation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- that is my guess also (BRTO or B-RTO)
Complete thread -- gluing type procedure?
Complete thread -- ? ballooning
Complete thread -- cannulated
Complete thread -- Thanks guys!
Complete thread -- found COALITION(TM) technology combines a PEEK interbody spacer with a titanium alloy plat
Complete thread -- It should be there now.
Complete thread -- Last sentence fused bone would be INFUSE bone.
Complete thread -- Nothing there now.
Complete thread -- I googled PEEK Coalition and got 200,000 hits.
Complete thread -- #3 ? autograft
Complete thread -- that older wav is still playing, not this?
Complete thread -- PEEK , but I don't find 'coalition' at all. and INFUSE is a brand name of
Complete thread -- wav does not match text.
Complete thread -- He is scheduled for a further probable I _____ type procedure visit of his gastric
Complete thread -- ___ multi-axial screw system ??
Complete thread -- Ortho surgery, pelvic fracture. D: A guidewire for a 7.3 mm s/l "kane leary"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Unless somebody can "hear" it, no way to tell unless you can
Complete thread -- ? some, severe
Complete thread -- ketorolac?
Complete thread -- Dictator states patient is taking e-tor-o-lac 400 mg. I am thinking etodolac, but
Complete thread -- soreness....
Complete thread -- really???
Complete thread -- yes, I mean esophageal; I googled it myself and there were several articles pertinent
Complete thread -- The sentence in question, with visit there? Very confusing. They doing the procedure
Complete thread -- why?
Complete thread -- You mean esophageal?
Complete thread -- yeah, that would make sense.
Complete thread -- baseline chest x-ray?
Complete thread -- First thought was "hyphema", but not sure it would fit.
Complete thread -- "I will hold off a base on chest x-ray" doesn't make any sense
Complete thread -- H&P: Cardiovascular: Heart regular rhythm with gallop. sm
Complete thread -- try googling esophyseal varices gluten-type procedure
Complete thread -- for a further probable *gluten type* procedure visit of his gastric varices
Complete thread -- my bad. I didn't open your post, just went by the outside
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but I don't want to guess and I'm going to flag. He
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- listen for "had" instead of "made" unless doc is ESL.
Complete thread -- your s/l could be "andt amulose"=and Enulose
Complete thread -- Not sure. I thought he was saying Senna and, but may be saying en
Complete thread -- high levels of lactic acid cause a serious, sometimes life-threatening condition called la
Complete thread -- at Good Samaritan Hospital and acidotic; yet despite this he made a normal *lactate.
Complete thread -- Enulose?
Complete thread -- Senna for constipation and *Tamulose*.
Complete thread -- Can we use you for a reference then?
Complete thread -- thanx again!
Complete thread -- thanx
Complete thread -- try peripheral erythema and swelling. Cap the T in there and Her & The
Complete thread -- single-toothed is what I've always heard it said and always typed
Complete thread -- and some minimal fibrotic changes
Complete thread -- That last word should be costochondritis; typo?
Complete thread -- thanks. i reposted a shorter wav with just the first blank
Complete thread -- nevermind. I remembered to check archives, a lot in there!!
Complete thread -- coligament? does this make sense? google seems to have something, but not stedman's??
Complete thread -- #2 is "especially anteriorly." Still trying to figure #1
Complete thread -- help with 2 blanks. wav sent
Complete thread -- Wow. And I was hearing things like uncommon phenom.. Thanks Tons!!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- findings have been commented on in the report
Complete thread -- single-tooth per Stedman's equip. I hear both tooth/toothed all the time.
Complete thread -- it definitely has a 'p' in it
Complete thread -- blank help please WAV sent!!
Complete thread -- single tooth tenaculum or single-toothed tenaculum?? I am confused.
Complete thread -- erythema?
Complete thread -- If they're saying something wrong, even if it is clear, it is wrong. and if you have
Complete thread -- thanks for your consideration. I got my answer now.
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- no blurred vision
Complete thread -- patient is after carpal tunnel release but still has pain and paraesthesias
Complete thread -- could you let me know when i can post a Wav? I can't get your blank...
Complete thread -- Unless can determine pt has never given birth, I would flag this one.
Complete thread -- if used to the dictator (a lot) and dictation clear, go with as dictated.
Complete thread -- Really? You couldn't find definition of C&S? Really?
Complete thread -- maybe nulliparous - only thing I can guess - unless you can post sound file?
Complete thread -- link take a peek. Ulnar neuritis
Complete thread -- thanks. I had posted that before so i did not repeat it now when i sent the wav.
Complete thread -- TY! I had a feeling it wasn't CNS though sounded like it, but couldn't find good C&S def.
Complete thread -- untoward side effects, no ? or dry mouth.
Complete thread -- he has wrist injury -minimally tenderness surrouding area of tfc druj
Complete thread -- side effects of requip and clonazepam
Complete thread -- I'd say C&S
Complete thread -- culture and sensitivity
Complete thread -- wav sent
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Is she saying CNS, or C&S or CMS....? (regarding stool study)
Complete thread -- Ob/Gyn help. sm
Complete thread -- cartilage integrity. Also might be reconstuction procedure.
Complete thread -- I just checked, and it's there for me- thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- No. but further context might help?
Complete thread -- what part of the body is this about? Could it be some kind of 'neuritis'?
Complete thread -- sorry, but I am not able to hear the WAV
Complete thread -- s/l 2-mm ulnaritis - does this make sense?
Complete thread -- eructation (belching)?
Complete thread -- pretty clear ends with "tition" doctor also says bruxism often and he did not say it here
Complete thread -- blank help please+WAV
Complete thread -- bruxism
Complete thread -- Patient taking Requip and Clonazepam for restless leg syndrome and
Complete thread -- I think that 'soak' might be 'so' before doc goes on..
Complete thread -- Thanks for you opinion. Only other item possibly related to this is asthma. I did google
Complete thread -- Ok, well ya learn something new every day I guess. Thanks to both posters.
Complete thread -- see link for 17-channel
Complete thread -- Thanks, I listened again and I'm not so sure about the soak part now. I'll follow your
Complete thread -- Problem is that patients can have coexistent CHF and COPD...as
Complete thread -- Googling led me to Midrin (acetaminophen, isometheptene and dichloralphenazone)
Complete thread -- see link...seems to be a generic for Midrin, but do confirm.
Complete thread -- Will start searching, but PLEASE provide any other info you might have like what it is
Complete thread -- you are right. sorry about that. my oversight!!
Complete thread -- Sorry, pressed enter. I cannot verify this anywhere! thanks for any help at all!!
Complete thread -- isometh-D-chloralphenze soak. as spelled. I can
Complete thread -- Sorry, you didn't come back so thought you had it already.
Complete thread -- I see all different numbers by googling channel EEG, all the way up to 128 channels, but
Complete thread -- Congestive obstructive pulmonary disease? This is what was dictated, not chronic?
Complete thread -- Sorry. My post above is incomplete. I cannot document 17 channel or 70 channel
Complete thread -- A ? channel digital eeg was performed. Asian man dictating. S/l 17 or 70
Complete thread -- Any more suggestions on the Wav below? THanks to all who have tried!!
Complete thread -- Thanks for everyone's opinions. Appreciate the input.
Complete thread -- Well, I disagree that it is correct as dictated. But that's me. But the OP has nice
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. You guys are so smart!!
Complete thread -- Respectfully disagree. It is a complex formed by the cartilage and ligament at that
Complete thread -- Point I was trying to make is that the -ous ending is as correct as the other sm
Complete thread -- oops - needs an e (theophylline)
Complete thread -- also eMedicine triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC)
Complete thread -- my guess also - dosage fits
Complete thread -- theophyllin??
Complete thread -- triangular fibrocartilage complex - Wheeless' Textbook of Orthopaedics
Complete thread -- It sounds nothing any close to ibuprofen.
Complete thread -- n Archives:
Complete thread -- In med list s/l "TR folen" 400 mg every 8 hours
Complete thread -- Docs mess things up all the time. Go with your reference.
Complete thread -- Not sure but second blank is Median nerve something or the other
Complete thread -- second blank is "thumb"
Complete thread -- 3rd radial _____
Complete thread -- As she said is correct and best to go with your dictator usually
Complete thread -- Stedman's Ortho has TFCC as triangular fibrocartilage complex, but dictator says
Complete thread -- suspected carpal tunnel- 2 blanks wav sent!
Complete thread -- autoimmune was one of them, thanks. appreciate it.
Complete thread -- rule out autoimmune hepatitis. :D
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks. I have about 3 small words that would work, thanks.
Complete thread -- also found these, clunk, Fowler test or the Jobe relocation test
Complete thread -- I have heard of these 3 signs, hope this helps.
Complete thread -- You just ASKED THIS FRIDAY.
Complete thread -- Didn't you just ask this a couple days ago as well?
Complete thread -- There is a Barlow sign, although I don't know if it fits your context.
Complete thread -- Just got it actually. Ampulla of Vater! Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- doesn't sound like that at all!
Complete thread -- ? cholangiocarcinoma
Complete thread -- some type of cancer related to pancreas cancer that s/l angelo abarter carcinoma
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Valleix sign?
Complete thread -- Rotablator? see quote.
Complete thread -- Medial tubercle of the right calcaneus at the origin at the point of fascia.
Complete thread -- It would help to know what body part they are talking about or what section of the PE.
Complete thread -- referring to post below
Complete thread -- No pain with lateral compression. Negative Tinel, negative s/l va-low sign noted.
Complete thread -- i mean s/l "rotor bender"
Complete thread -- word help - History of s/l "rotor bender PTCA and stent of the obtuse marginal left
Complete thread -- Likely rotator cuff tear
Complete thread -- going to go with suckle. thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- MP3. 4-year-old with possible parotid blockage.
Complete thread -- we..uh well, denies any (ongoing) fevers or chills.
Complete thread -- weak
Complete thread -- Sometimes hear target cell counts
Complete thread -- one last wav pls.
Complete thread -- okay thanks
Complete thread -- not hearing anything that makes sense there, but hear "vitamin D 1 tab p.o. b.i.d."
Complete thread -- vitamin D 1 tab PO BID. Saying 2 mg, but this is wrong dosage.
Complete thread -- reticulocyte counts?
Complete thread -- help with dosage pls, wav posted for this
Complete thread -- got it, he said hospitalist. thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- ? possibly
Complete thread -- please help with wav
Complete thread -- Leukemia improved clinically but "tiger cell counts" were low.
Complete thread -- check iron chelation
Complete thread -- Patient with MDS treated with electrolytes and proton pump
Complete thread -- knot in upper abdomen
Complete thread -- fat and weakness
Complete thread -- and pain and weakness of abdominal muscle
Complete thread -- s/l who has a knot in upper abdomen
Complete thread -- Amazing! Thanks for your help--I would never have gotten that one. Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- reduced-intensity allogeneic transplantation?
Complete thread -- Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- I believe it is a stem cell transplant
Complete thread -- check HLA haploidentical
Complete thread -- what organ was transplanted?
Complete thread -- second blank is haploid
Complete thread -- The mother's (who was sitting in front of the child) seat...looks better to me
Complete thread -- MP3 help with ESL doctor (patient with multiple myeloma)
Complete thread -- actually, never mind. now that I slow it down and relisten, she does say "mother's"
Complete thread -- ragged red fibers?
Complete thread -- ideas on rewording this with as little change as possible?
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- he felt the patient had a diagnosis of inclusion body myositis, as S/L ...
Complete thread -- I would go with one word - autofusion sm
Complete thread -- the - oh good grief!! ...
Complete thread -- Sorry, hadn't run spell check yet on teh Cytomel. Thanks for the help ...
Complete thread -- The only thing I come up with is Zovia 1/35, a BCP.
Complete thread -- might be SAD - subacromial decompression
Complete thread -- shoot - never mind. I can't read. I see what you are saying now.
Complete thread -- Cytomel (Liothyronine Sodium) - but it hardly sounds like her s/l to me.
Complete thread -- check spelling for citomel, I don't know your s/l, but based on
Complete thread -- Several posts in the archives.
Complete thread -- I would think it's just related to the sac/capsule and not an acronym.
Complete thread -- thanks. I'm going to flag this one.
Complete thread -- Review of her cervical MRI showed autofusion at C4-5 (autofusion one word?)
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL / SURGICAL HISTORY: She did have a tummy tuck done this ...
Complete thread -- Actually, that did not help, but shoulder AC (acromioclavicular) joint?
Complete thread -- DID YOU TRY THE MEDLEXICON LINK ABOVE?
Complete thread -- SHOULDER ARTHROSCOPIC SAC AND CAPSULAR RELEASE (Can't remember what SAC is?
Complete thread -- straight leg raise is negative.
Complete thread -- straight leg raise
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- overall is 1 word
Complete thread -- can you take out "and?" Sounds like there should be something more otherwise.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't.
Complete thread -- would you add any commas to this?
Complete thread -- I've noticed dictators talking that say, see if he doesn't improve, when what they really
Complete thread -- yea i was trying to make sense of it in that way, too; thanks again everyone
Complete thread -- certainly I don't know if it makes medical sense SM
Complete thread -- thanks bb; would that make sense in this case?
Complete thread -- that's what it sounds like to me.
Complete thread -- is it just me but i'm hearing: just to assure he "doesn't" improve; thanks for all help
Complete thread -- just to assure (or make sure) he does...??
Complete thread -- just to assure he does improve. (most places use arabic for CKD 2-3 -- might want
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- hyponatremia. Appears volume is down. will hydrate with saline and replace fluids.
Complete thread -- Sure. so you just can't help yourself now. Wow.
Complete thread -- I think "maximal" could make sense here. Perhaps doc was referring to
Complete thread -- volume is down?
Complete thread -- Now I'm hearing both ("his" and "appears"). What do you think
Complete thread -- whoops--His volume's down.
Complete thread -- I tho't I heard
Complete thread -- Hearing "Appears volume down". It would look better to have
Complete thread -- menometrorrhagia?
Complete thread -- I'm not getting involved in the BP vs. B/P issue. However, I don't think
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- NM, I need to send in note now. Will flag.
Complete thread -- metrorrhagia? Just a guess and there could be other possibilities. You could
Complete thread -- patient is a 50-year-old woman with a PMH that includes s/l meto-moraghia???
Complete thread -- callus? construct? plate? alignment? donkey? squid? jello?
Complete thread -- YOU should try and comprehend,dictator said, the patient referring to father, a quote
Complete thread -- still need more info like s/l or diagnoses
Complete thread -- examination shows the wrist appears to be very solid. You are welcome very mcuh
Complete thread -- PT note on patient with left shoulder pain. Under objective, he says...
Complete thread -- Actually, I was being sort of sarcastic, because I heard nothing like that at all, as I
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Please.....more info.
Complete thread -- or maybe a solid ganglion cyst
Complete thread -- well, the wrist bone could be solid.
Complete thread -- or it could be something else entirely
Complete thread -- I would guess fusion but you didn't even put a sounds like in
Complete thread -- self(-?)limited
Complete thread -- peroxide
Complete thread -- Wow, sorry I started something. No hypertension. I will flag.
Complete thread -- examination shows the wrist ___ appear to be very solid -thanks very mcuh
Complete thread -- are you sure? i still can't hear it when i listen again? i have put it in and flagged it
Complete thread -- Wow-impressive. I heard a slight xxx underneath the nail distally, a few millimeters in
Complete thread -- I googled: brain CT maxilla thickness gas levels I have not explored any of the hits
Complete thread -- slight violaceous (sp) coloration under
Complete thread -- It clearly states that it was dictated as M (letter), the word 'blank' and F
Complete thread -- It clearly states that it was dictated as M (letter), the word 'blank' and F
Complete thread -- on examination, there is a slight ___ underneath the nail +wav
Complete thread -- you thought that was rude?? Seriously?
Complete thread -- D-E-N-S-E.
Complete thread -- I wish you people would comprehend the questions before saying stuff that has
Complete thread -- please disregard my guess -it makes no sense
Complete thread -- WAG ?maximal
Complete thread -- CT of brain sm for context: decrease in S/L maxilla? thickness and S/L gas levels?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- can'at make it out, he is on speaker phone and volume tooo low
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- without a hx for clues & cannot hear it, s/ BT med may be BB med
Complete thread -- forgot to write that i posted a wav my question is the brace a hand/wrist brace or someth
Complete thread -- s/p non-displaced fracture fifth metacarpal neck on the left...hand/wrist s/l brace
Complete thread -- I "think" I hear PT, but he kind of cuts off the beginning so can't be sure
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear obesity (OR) may be repeating diabetes, can't be certain.
Complete thread -- s/l "ess-full-tee" pls sm ESL doc
Complete thread -- IF you go by BOS pg 236 2nd, Difficult language/profanities/obscenities
Complete thread -- Duhhhh. She knows that already.
Complete thread -- No need to be rude, really. You can't disagree respectfully?
Complete thread -- diabetes, hypercholesterolemia,_____ who presented after five
Complete thread -- clean nylon sutures daily with s/l pravazide to get the dry blood off
Complete thread -- these tend to be self-s/l rendered and tend to resolve over a couple of weeks
Complete thread -- Prolly hootie. She is very rude. Cannot believe BB lets her post here still
Complete thread -- dashes connected to letters do not usually throw up QA marks but
Complete thread -- Had you read the message, you would have seen it gives her a QA marker.
Complete thread -- gee, as a matter of fact, I did. OP did not give full context so I was asking.
Complete thread -- Did you read the message?
Complete thread -- is that in regard to cuss words? If so, generally those are done with symbols or dashes -
Complete thread -- wash your mouth out, trash!
Complete thread -- Furosemide would be used to treat hypervolemia. Not hypovolemia.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I was leaning to. Needed a second opinion.
Complete thread -- M-blank F-blank.
Complete thread -- How would you type "m blank f blank" Patient is referring to his father.
Complete thread -- If he is HYPO, they'd be putting fluids back in, not removing them.
Complete thread -- If symptomatic hypervolemia and/or vasoconstricted state present: ... output and administe
Complete thread -- Well, I tried to get anything else from rest of note, but nothing specifically
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- I mean, not from what you put here, but elsewhere in the text?
Complete thread -- sometimes they can sound an awful lot alike. Can you tell by the text if he is hypo or
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- (Sorry, my note a bit off...the definition I put in there is obviously for HYPOvolemia.)
Complete thread -- For his *hypovolemic* state, we started him on p.o. furosemide therapy. The plan
Complete thread -- Me neither!
Complete thread -- I agree b/p looks stupid, but I checked MedLexicon and it comes
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- to distal clavicle
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- YW Archie!!
Complete thread -- did you check ONELOOK?
Complete thread -- Just came to post - open mouth, insert foot - I didn't check
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you both: it's "to not create a symmastia."
Complete thread -- if it is a word, I can't find a dictionary that likes it.
Complete thread -- to not create a symmastia.
Complete thread -- Lovely, devine. I can see where you are a delight! I would take your rather
Complete thread -- to not create a ___ no clue
Complete thread -- maybe just saying survey? would survey her with...
Complete thread -- could not create - did not create?
Complete thread -- Is surveil even a word? Survey is appropriate to context.
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- acceptable surveillance back form -- surveil? survey? other ..sm
Complete thread -- Look you effing badger, all I did was ask the OP to see if there was a blood pressure
Complete thread -- I just don't know why you'd want to do it incorrectly. So ok!
Complete thread -- So WHAT!! Then type it BP. I'm not arguing. You asked why *I* did that, I answered.
Complete thread -- No because blood pressure is the term and the numbers are the systolic over the diastolic
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ?hyperdense/hypodense
Complete thread -- OP report, s/l "por-sill dissection" pls sm for sentence
Complete thread -- Sometimes you have to go by common sense, not by how they "say" something. That is what we
Complete thread -- I don't think it really matters. I just always do it b/p because that is how blood
Complete thread -- why would you put a / between BP. Simply BP.
Complete thread -- takes a B/P (as in blood pressure???). I know you say you don't hear that, but with a
Complete thread -- Does pt have hypertension? That might be another clue. Also, if you
Complete thread -- Help with med...
Complete thread -- usually hear "alpha-1 antitrypsin disease"
Complete thread -- hepatic
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sorry - anisorcia
Complete thread -- anisorcia Anisocoria - A condition characterized by unequal size of the pupils.
Complete thread -- anisocoria - you will hear this a lot.
Complete thread -- s/l "ana-si-corum"
Complete thread -- Hard to tell with no context, but bivalve?
Complete thread -- I work for UW, but I don't know of any MAX - there is PACS, but I don't know of MAX
Complete thread -- Palpation of the lung with s/l*endodivalve*
Complete thread -- Thanks for help below.
Complete thread -- that's the only thing that comes to my mind too.
Complete thread -- Nodular *heterjis* liver. Listened for heterogenous but couldn't hear this.
Complete thread -- just in case, phos.. in this context is phosphorus
Complete thread -- though I did find a site for UW jobs showing software they use and it shows MAP --sm
Complete thread -- could that be MINDscape said fast and not MAX?
Complete thread -- Sandimmune, I believe.
Complete thread -- oh, didn't see the other asterisk after MAX, guess you knew ORCA huh?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ORCA info --see link
Complete thread -- At UWMC, patient has no labs in *MAX* or ORCA
Complete thread -- s/l foss
Complete thread -- Patient has a history of alpha anti-1-trypsin disease and alcoholic ci ...
Complete thread -- as in "and on total disability until then."
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- thanks for confirmation
Complete thread -- I heard the same as FSMT (without seeing his/her reply). It
Complete thread -- She is not really saying anything. She says LVH and let's see white blood count.....
Complete thread -- Yes thanks to both of you!
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- You're very welcome. :)
Complete thread -- that's it; thank you
Complete thread -- i agree
Complete thread -- Maybe fifths of liquor?
Complete thread -- here's the context:
Complete thread -- i'm hearing "fits" of liquor; anyone familiar? (doesn't s/l sips)
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "culture and sensitivity"
Complete thread -- WBC 8.4, hemoglobin 6.4, hematocrit 22, platelet 58,000. Sodium 135, potassium 4.4,
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it thanks!! ...
Complete thread -- VT, OA?
Complete thread -- cholinergic
Complete thread -- s/l colon urgic urticaria
Complete thread -- What I want to know is....who's thinking of the children?
Complete thread -- This is belated, but Happy Birthday. :-)
Complete thread -- This is belated, but Happy Birthday. :-)
Complete thread -- Sounds like he clipped the first part of the word. It sounds like
Complete thread -- woman with a history of diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, ____ who presented
Complete thread -- I can hear "the" as clearly as "a". Only 2 more characters, but those 2 extra
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- even better, "to create the bladder flap" (more characters! ;)
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "to create a"
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks very much!
Complete thread -- varix
Complete thread -- varix
Complete thread -- has a large s/l "varage" running down the medial side of the right calf
Complete thread -- believe you are mental, must be lovely for your family to hve one like you
Complete thread -- 1st one is "visual obturator," 2nd one: ...normal outer wall and membranous urethra
Complete thread -- last one, not 2nd one, is something with the bladder neck
Complete thread -- Pfannenstiel
Complete thread -- 2nd one is a normal bladder neck
Complete thread -- 2nd one is a normal bladder neck
Complete thread -- 2nd one is a normal bladder neck
Complete thread -- Yikes. Believe the first one is *obturator*/sm
Complete thread -- You're welcome. Thanks for getting back to us.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!! ...
Complete thread -- Pfannensteil. Verify my spelling.
Complete thread -- S/L fenocele C-section scar
Complete thread -- Thank u
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Never mind, I think he's saying "catheter" kind of funny there
Complete thread -- might doc be saying "web" when he means instead "Greenfield filter"?
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but thanks.
Complete thread -- other = DDAVP (desmopressin acetate tablets),
Complete thread -- Trellis?
Complete thread -- second one, "DDAVP""
Complete thread -- I forgot "with angioplasty x2"
Complete thread -- first one is "nil." Just type that, it means "nothing."
Complete thread -- The s/l "choss" was then tunneled underneath the skin
Complete thread -- (more lines from the song.)
Complete thread -- consider Mercedes, occ a surname, usually a female given name.
Complete thread -- I am hearing "status post history of IVC web and Budd-Chiari"
Complete thread -- pls try to correct my sentence
Complete thread -- abbreviation help - obgyn - sm
Complete thread -- med help
Complete thread -- help doctor surname s/l "marcidee" from texas..NM
Complete thread -- help doctor surname sl/ marcidee from texas..NM
Complete thread -- That'd be FANTASTIC, IF you could be sure that is what the doctor DID? Good heavens!
Complete thread -- I'd just turn it around as the systolic should come first, then the diastolic
Complete thread -- Just delete the last "of" and the sentence works.
Complete thread -- Well cra*, Margaret! That's it I'm sure. I just sent in report with blanks.
Complete thread -- I'll be glad when you can come up with a new retort. How long you been using that one now
Complete thread -- yes, spelling is correct and docu's securely.
Complete thread -- believe it is scrofula, a TB problem, check my spelling.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Certainly do not need that of after nose at all. tip of his nose having redness.
Complete thread -- Truth hurts. No one wants to point out laziness or inability of people to do their
Complete thread -- sounds pretty simple and clear to me!
Complete thread -- Makes sense but I would reword that sentence. If I could.
Complete thread -- You know -- that was my first thought. But it really sounds NOTHING like that.
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- PGY-1 (post-graduate year 1, 2, 3, 4) resident status
Complete thread -- OHHH FOR PETE SAKES, STOP THE UGLY, FULL OF HATEFULLNESS
Complete thread -- Thanks for the confirmation.
Complete thread -- ***the PGYM resident*** (Male pt with AIDS)
Complete thread -- oooh - I think I got it: scarlet fever?
Complete thread -- Agree. 2nd number is never larger than 1st number.
Complete thread -- yes, flag, think he has it backwards
Complete thread -- Would you flag this BP? Nothing mentioned in report about BP except in vitals.
Complete thread -- ghghghghghg: I kinda think not much makes sense to you; cognitive disorder maybe
Complete thread -- You're telling me? Yeah, I'm about ready to snatch him baldheaded -- or myself!
Complete thread -- Thanks again but I can't make it be sequela. Just cant. :--<
Complete thread -- "sequela" of what though? Doesn't really make sense here. This is a tough one!
Complete thread -- Yes. ITA. I sent in report with a big old fat FLAG! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Good guess. I'm trying that on now. Back in a sec.
Complete thread -- My least favorite ESL passes gas frequently and it doesn't seem to bother him.
Complete thread -- Looks like someone forgot how to count somewhere. Really, I'd flag those
Complete thread -- a guess, but sequelae??
Complete thread -- Did you read the thread? She even threw the spoon back in everyone's faces!!
Complete thread -- S/L SQUAW-FELLA, dictated by Asian man. *&^%$#@!!!
Complete thread -- would you PLEASE make some sense. ugh
Complete thread -- prolactin ?
Complete thread -- s/l..fo-lack-ten...sm
Complete thread -- Do you notice anything 'off' with this text inside? Thankyou very much.
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- buccal mucosa but ck my spelling
Complete thread -- glue-come-mucosa... sm
Complete thread -- never mind thanks
Complete thread -- Opps should be to LILIK (who did not even read or open link) not even a peek
Complete thread -- alright, as long as it is playing somewhere up there. It probably is "month then (period)"
Complete thread -- geeze: You did not really read it. Had you opened it, Shows "wound" see through window
Complete thread -- It is coming thru on the wav not MP3...I think he's saying, in a month
Complete thread -- can anyone hear it on the MP3 side? i cannot. maybe i did it wrong
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- he's saying ..it would have to be flushed in a month...I think
Complete thread -- HCLOKC: You just did not take a second to even read!! Hand it to her on a spoon, people
Complete thread -- It seems obvious that no matter WHERE they're from, they have no basics any longer
Complete thread -- Thank you and thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- Margaret, if it IS your birthday, HAPPY BIRTHDAY and wishing U many more..Q
Complete thread -- Pitiful! L-A-Z-Y
Complete thread -- ? interim ?
Complete thread -- Margaret, if it I
Complete thread -- no, let me try to put it on the wav file thing
Complete thread -- Do you have a typo in your s/l? But, I am thinking ..in the meantime
Complete thread -- WAG. meantime?
Complete thread -- I realize it is a chest x-ray, but it the stomach can be
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Port-A-Cath is no longer needed. It would have to be flushed in the **milnten**
Complete thread -- C'mon, people! Let's use some common sense! I sometimes wonder where these "MTs" come fr
Complete thread -- my favorite was the guy who had a fight with his wife while I listened in.
Complete thread -- talking church basketball for 20 minutes..
Complete thread -- yep - have had the peeing and snoring experiences too, screaming at the dog, taking phone
Complete thread -- Forgot to add history only significant for obesity and snoring
Complete thread -- OMG. This doc just went into the bathroom and took a pee without hanging up. Same
Complete thread -- PA and lateral chest x-ray showed an *air-fluid level in her stomach*.
Complete thread -- Not if the formal name of it. no
Complete thread -- Then, I'd refrain from typinE? until I calmed down. O lovely one.
Complete thread -- Cap or not child welfare??
Complete thread -- Sorry - I was SO angry and typine SO hard I hit a wrong key. I beg your
Complete thread -- named? You know when you're so ill you make a mistake yourself. That is so funny
Complete thread -- It is the NAMED of the school!
Complete thread -- thanks Margaret
Complete thread -- yes. like saying Duke student.
Complete thread -- would you cap case here?
Complete thread -- You're correct.
Complete thread -- NM, will flag. She goes on later to talk about AC joint in shoulder, so what she's
Complete thread -- sometime is an adverb; some time is an adjective plus noun.
Complete thread -- she has been struggling with things for quite some time or sometime? I am 99.9% sure
Complete thread -- NP clearly states *AC* joint when talking about hand pain, but I'm not sure
Complete thread -- That must be it...thank you and Happy Birthday, Margaret!
Complete thread -- fossa?
Complete thread -- C-section - s/l foster
Complete thread -- thanks! (I lazed around yest!:-)
Complete thread -- Margaret...I looked for you yesterday, did not find you. Happy Birthday!!
Complete thread -- I'm not talking about what you found and error whatever. You came here and asked for
Complete thread -- SorbaView Window DressingThe unique design of SorbaView Window Dressing combines the benef
Complete thread -- yeah, right, that would really lessen the burden and FYI I get 99% audits so it is just
Complete thread -- Darlene, I got the same 1st hit as the OP, and it was for a company that makes curtains.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for your help! ...
Complete thread -- I only saw the 1st one and did not scroll down -- sorry, I made an erroneous assumption
Complete thread -- window merely means a see-through window to view wound
Complete thread -- I feel sorry that you are burdened. Did you ever think that there are others of us
Complete thread -- And you obviously then chose to ignore all the other answers with links and stuff
Complete thread -- and for the holier than thoughs... excuse me for having a bad day, couldn't be the fact
Complete thread -- It is also a bit disconcerting that he/she didn't think through the window dressing
Complete thread -- wonder if it was "is not showing up on the first head CT" ??
Complete thread -- the more I listen i think that may be it.... ...
Complete thread -- that must be what happened because I only got 2 hits and on reading, they did not appear
Complete thread -- you are right. First time with this dictator and sound is not the gre ...
Complete thread -- My first hit was for a window dressing company, too, but I agree one should dig!! :-)
Complete thread -- would seem so...see link..I google..fracture table traction post..
Complete thread -- Do you know his accent? The fact that he is ESL, they do not always pronounce
Complete thread -- f can be confused with s even among EFLs; depends greatly upon quality of sound eq, esp
Complete thread -- I hope you meant this as sarcastic or something.
Complete thread -- He is an ESL and there is a definite FF sound in the middle of the wor ...
Complete thread -- I do not doubt that google is personalizing feedback, based on prior searches would be my
Complete thread -- oooh, I like this one...bet U R right
Complete thread -- I'm noting a new instrument (few hits) called tissue elevator/expander..google and
Complete thread -- OMG!!!!!
Complete thread -- passing?
Complete thread -- Heck, if you simply use sorbaview, and READ the first 3 to 4 hits,
Complete thread -- WAG??clotted or clotting blood ??
Complete thread -- noting? as in on the TP?
Complete thread -- that's exactly what happened. YOu are soooo smart!
Complete thread -- Agree. Needle puncture into chest cavity rarely leads to pneumothorax.
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- never mind figured it out. Yes, pt had both. Gosh
Complete thread -- s/l ploffing or coughing but can't be coughing...
Complete thread -- Well since 2 of us totally unrelated googled the same 2 words and got the
Complete thread -- (that's an even better idea; the 2 events were unrelated.)
Complete thread -- I seriously doubt
Complete thread -- I don't know about the rest of the dictation, but they don't always say things
Complete thread -- Well, I also recently found out that Google is personalizing feedback, so SM
Complete thread -- yes, makes sense. Injections went too deep, punctured parietal pleura bilat.
Complete thread -- This pt had bilateral pneumothoraces, status post trigger point injections
Complete thread -- Me 2. Just those 2 simple words.
Complete thread -- We did use a tissue *down there* expander.
Complete thread -- We did medialize the *post* to allow for pressure.
Complete thread -- Lili, I googled her exact words, sorbaview dressing, and the first hit that came up was
Complete thread -- Billybob's trademark link shows it too. You really should try a couple places
Complete thread -- it's in Sted's--SorbaView composite wound dressing
Complete thread -- did you not even check the first listing when you googled it? there is even a picture of
Complete thread -- Googled with dressing wound sorbaview. Sort of eliminates all the other stuff.
Complete thread -- Found it, manufactored by Centurion. See link.
Complete thread -- can't google? Centurion SorbaView 2000 - SORBAVIEWî 2000 SORBAVIEWî 2000File Format: PDF
Complete thread -- thanks anyway. I'll leave a blank
Complete thread -- I did that and that says "window dressing" not wound dressing
Complete thread -- here let me google that for you.......see link
Complete thread -- cortisone and lidocaine maybe?
Complete thread -- has anyone heard of s/l sorbaview dressing... sm
Complete thread -- s/d cold stone?
Complete thread -- cortex --sm for link
Complete thread -- cortex??
Complete thread -- s/l co-pex
Complete thread -- that's it, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Well, that is my opinion.
Complete thread -- scutal?
Complete thread -- That's what I thought but was hoping for another opinion.
Complete thread -- I don't see where anything but KT1000™ would work.
Complete thread -- eustachian tube dysfunction (sm)
Complete thread -- Ortho note regarding the knee (excusemwa porvafore! :-D).
Complete thread -- TY :)
Complete thread -- Well, thanks for helping us help you today.
Complete thread -- pseudogout
Complete thread -- wav posted. It was also determined he has ????? about 3 months ago and is being trea
Complete thread -- is that a left-right difference in breast size?
Complete thread -- Is this a renal note?
Complete thread -- You might want to look up Salter-Harris fracture, don't you think?
Complete thread -- I can't tell from your parse context if KT-1000 would fit or not, or what to look for?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I have to agree on the dyslexia :P
Complete thread -- K2-1000? Can't document anywhere. I've heard of KT-1000.
Complete thread -- Salter-Harris I (he has a tad bit of dyslexia, I'd say). lol
Complete thread -- Salter-Harris I fracture
Complete thread -- Salter-Harris fracture - Dr. says "Salter 1 Harris fracture" several times...
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, but seems to be a single word. I'll flag. Stat and sending in now.
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- NO context??? could it be oxazepam? Please follow rules for posting questions?
Complete thread -- colon and skin cancer?
Complete thread -- med called oxypam?
Complete thread -- (Meant to say I don't think he's just saying colon cancer.)
Complete thread -- Has sisters w/ history of ovarian cancer, *coe-ler-sin* cancer, and breast cancer.
Complete thread -- Difficulty swallowing. Patient had "talamino" stretch?
Complete thread -- Not that. I actually hear a 'her" at the begining. Something like her calium, hercalcin.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- certirizine?? (Zyrtec)
Complete thread -- possibly some mild ischemia?
Complete thread -- Thx, it does not sound like stain, I hear a "z", but he might be just saying it too fast.
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- sarcoidosis with subglottic involvement with persistent stridor.*Hertrasin*
Complete thread -- underwent *endo-cry* repair of iliac aneurysm. Asian ESL and sounds like
Complete thread -- Gram stain
Complete thread -- s/l gram zyme is negative.
Complete thread -- Yep. Just giving him another iron challenge.
Complete thread -- oops - fine!
Complete thread -- rechallenge is fnie
Complete thread -- Have you tried acronymfinder?
Complete thread -- we may need to consider to *rechallenge* the patient with iron infusion
Complete thread -- thanks. I was thinking more block too.
Complete thread -- brachial plexus "block" (anesthetic) makes more sense, maybe said "uh block"?
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- thanks for your input
Complete thread -- NO, check the trademark site too
Complete thread -- I've decided not to.
Complete thread -- Can you tell what comes next, even if it's a new sentence?
Complete thread -- it is felt
Complete thread -- it is felt that the patient has
Complete thread -- She had activity modification and medication along with brachial plexus **en bloc** i
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Hospital Intensive Treatment?? WAG
Complete thread -- Would you cap the "f" in foam for Luxiq foam? Here's a picture of it...
Complete thread -- anyone know what HIT stands for?
Complete thread -- the entire phrase
Complete thread -- Posterior pharygneal exam is difficult without "tonsil residua" or am I mishearing?
Complete thread -- misplaced otoliths
Complete thread -- SSC = subscapularis (tendon)
Complete thread -- And opened up the peanut gallery.
Complete thread -- Define work: Physical or mental effort toward production or accomplishment.
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- How about you google blunt dissection with peanut and read up
Complete thread -- yep, a peanut is a commonly used medical instrument
Complete thread -- Rhizomelia refers to either a disproportion of the length of the proximal limb, such as th
Complete thread -- Scar tissue was freed up using blunt dissection with a s/l peanut as well as the
Complete thread -- also, it's endocrinology, pt has anorexia nervosa, hypogonadism
Complete thread -- Are you questioning the entire phrase or just leugophoric?
Complete thread -- s/l rizomeria
Complete thread -- patient with severe vertigo - impression is s/l misplaced autolytes
Complete thread -- any more info?
Complete thread -- s/l leugophoric decoid deficiency
Complete thread -- 17 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word gall bladder:
Complete thread -- 34 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word gallbladder:
Complete thread -- left shoulder arthroscopic SAC and capsule release. (what is SAC?)
Complete thread -- thanks. I think it is adult-onset.
Complete thread -- Yikes! Over 20+ dictionaries say it can be 2 words (as well as one).
Complete thread -- moderate *down to* wedge mid-thoracic compression fracture
Complete thread -- thank you both soooooo much
Complete thread -- dihydroquercetin?
Complete thread -- dihydroxyphenylalanine? See link for more amino acids. acetyl
Complete thread -- I don't know how to spell this even to research the correct spelling..
Complete thread -- Ahhh! thank you!
Complete thread -- I think doc is mispronouncing excisional.
Complete thread -- adult-onset?
Complete thread -- Wound bed had some necrotic tissue that was debrided with scissors. The debridement
Complete thread -- History of uncontrolled diabetes?
Complete thread -- Yikes gallbladder is not 2 words
Complete thread -- is a 59-year-old woman with a history of diabetes, hypercholesterolemia,_____ who
Complete thread -- Honey, please check the rules for posting and repost your question with something to go by
Complete thread -- Dry mouth
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- s/l a dose ulcer diabetes
Complete thread -- exploratory laparotomy secondary to endometrioma and pelvic abscess
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- and pelvic abscess _____ appendectomy by general surgery
Complete thread -- I would recommend another new head CT to see interval change, as it is evidenced many
Complete thread -- yep, yep, sure have heard that term, slow waves of youth. sm
Complete thread -- This is the correct way as commas set off a parenthetical clause here.
Complete thread -- after tetracaine, and florescein stain -- has to be left, but not effective so flag
Complete thread -- hmm, my guess would be is saying the - left affected (the one with hemorrhage)
Complete thread -- I hear that too usually. Could be this time.
Complete thread -- technically difficult study
Complete thread -- Was LDH maybe just hit wrong key? May be LVH= left ventricular hypertrophy?
Complete thread -- Wav not there yet, but usually hear technicially difficult study, see if can hear that
Complete thread -- echocardiogram revealing a technically _____ study with LDH and diastolic dysfunction
Complete thread -- IMO
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Loseasonique? (Oral contraceptive)
Complete thread -- the s/l left effective
Complete thread -- I'd leave it as you have it with no commas.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- comma help.
Complete thread -- med s/l low see vi nick
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- carvedilol?
Complete thread -- Mispronouncing carvedilol? They almost never pronounce it right.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!!!
Complete thread -- formin, glipizide, Januvia, folic acid, Bayer, *cardivil*, furosemide, potassium
Complete thread -- Wappler is correct but cystourethroscope is just one word in Sted GI
Complete thread -- . He had taken *paracedamide* for his cold but none recently
Complete thread -- #20 fenestrated tip of the ___ (s/l Wappler) cysto urethroscope
Complete thread -- You're quite welcome.
Complete thread -- Think Verres needle is most likely
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- "Sterile Betadine prep"? again for beginning of #2
Complete thread -- That's great; all I could find were the usual alpha, beta, delta and theta waves
Complete thread -- I just found posterior slow youth waves.
Complete thread -- ***Sterile bedroom prep, draped in gup high speed normal saline and Betadine irrigati
Complete thread -- Veress?
Complete thread -- no comma after Hz needed; s/l can't recall at present, but it may come to me yet!
Complete thread -- wag: coarctation? See One Look for meaning
Complete thread -- hyphae
Complete thread -- *Postural slow youth* waves were noted.
Complete thread -- Tessier's Surgical Word Book shows Barraquer needle Barraquer-Vogt needle sm
Complete thread -- Urinalysis
Complete thread -- tolerate inhaled steroids secondary to **o-ard-it-ation. **
Complete thread -- "Bearhouse" needle???
Complete thread -- s/l peg height
Complete thread -- QA says it is pistoning.
Complete thread -- not really, he emphasizes the "t" sound
Complete thread -- doesn't exactly s/l Lasix, but probably is Lasix (based on dx and the fact that docs slurr
Complete thread -- Can you possibly hear dehiscence?
Complete thread -- No evidence of s/l *histening*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would go with time-out. Look at some online dictionaries. (I checked thefreedictionary.c
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l vasix, and I really don't think he is saying lasix
Complete thread -- wav please, medication help
Complete thread -- which is correct? A time out... A timeout.... A time-out ??
Complete thread -- I would type it as "10 degree first and second intermetatarsal..." but that's just me.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I will try 800 #
Complete thread -- It's a slang term that just means completely.
Complete thread -- yw. and I should have spelled it "whoa," not "woah." ;)
Complete thread -- ortho
Complete thread -- stone cold?
Complete thread -- need help with wav
Complete thread -- They have a general 800 number on Medquist.com if you click the contact us link...
Complete thread -- I am trying to apply for Medquist, but have couple of questions sm
Complete thread -- If you are an employee, you can get it on MQCentral. Directions inside....
Complete thread -- oppss.. thanks much. :D
Complete thread -- thank much
Complete thread -- can/anyone share Medquist HR contact email id please?not able to find on their site.t
Complete thread -- woah. lots of errors in your non-blank areas.
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- thanks moving on
Complete thread -- She had a removal of the moose meat year old tissue on 06/06/2010.
Complete thread -- thin built.
Complete thread -- word help pls sm
Complete thread -- I restored the previous wav since there was no reply (too hard for me).
Complete thread -- narrowing canal.
Complete thread -- there is congenital spinal stenosis. there is ___ canal +wav (mri lumbar spine)
Complete thread -- need big help with posted wav
Complete thread -- maybe alendronate or zoledronate??
Complete thread -- flexion contracture splint? just a wild guess without more context
Complete thread -- elderly female, by any chance? context might be helpful.
Complete thread -- Or that chest is not spelled with an "a".
Complete thread -- s/l "flexion clamp" splint applied dorsally to prevent undue tension on tendinous
Complete thread -- Patient in for routine colonoscopy. Only medication is "olecranate." nm
Complete thread -- Question, heck. I don't even understand the statements. Help us help you, OP.
Complete thread -- Let's not forget that second C in cardiovascular. Maybe the errors were the question?
Complete thread -- also see if proper finding is preoperative findings?
Complete thread -- Don't you just hate it when....
Complete thread -- I don't understand the question.
Complete thread -- Proper finding: The patient a 48 year old male. Wound closest to the b ...
Complete thread -- Denies chest pain. What is your ?
Complete thread -- Cardiovasular: denies cheast pain ...
Complete thread -- Rhythm ECG shows s/l coarse atrial fibrillation. tx
Complete thread -- for yes
Complete thread -- is the comma needed after therefore here?
Complete thread -- Couldn't just be furrow, could it?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- furrow.
Complete thread -- s/l "furo" pls sm
Complete thread -- It does say piecemeal fashion, so I must be misunderstanding
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you. That makes much more sense to me. A faster or slower rate /sm
Complete thread -- btw, I remember having this clearly confirmed to me once by a
Complete thread -- Urban Dictionary: would ofA stupid way of saying "would have" or "would've". In essence, i
Complete thread -- Regular rhythm, tachycardia.
Complete thread -- Those links simply have those words all over the place. Check closer.
Complete thread -- What?
Complete thread -- you're welcome!
Complete thread -- good for you! This is cutting egde technology, not much experience with typing it!
Complete thread -- Structures at risk.
Complete thread -- No, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Outlined together with structures at risk.
Complete thread -- aligned?
Complete thread -- found it - ActiveXR tool. thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- react time?
Complete thread -- "would of"??
Complete thread -- If I'm not on total autopilot myself (like the dictators obviously are when doing this)
Complete thread -- Corvus
Complete thread -- Ummm..NO they are not "irregular". See the links provided below.
Complete thread -- partial guess on the blank "a number of *___ stitches of 4-0 chromics"
Complete thread -- can't get the blank, BUT first sentence, should it be "were secured to the nasal spine"?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- both tubal ostia were noted
Complete thread -- if not too late, piecemeal fashion
Complete thread -- There were no polyps or fibroids visible within the uterine cavity. Both _____ were
Complete thread -- I'd be careful. Direct quotes from the patient are VERY important. There
Complete thread -- I will... Thanks again.
Complete thread -- thanks for those links. That makes much more sense to me.
Complete thread -- RxList also has good dose information! might want to bookmark that one.
Complete thread -- real time ?
Complete thread -- Could figure out if she was saying 15 or 50. Thanks for that suggestion! :0)
Complete thread -- The plane needed to be modified even using the s/l "reac-timer-ack stool"
Complete thread -- thank you so much FSMT
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The targets were s/l "kline" together with the s/l "socters" at risk.
Complete thread -- interrupted sutures. ___ 4-0 were placed through the septum.
Complete thread -- delineated the s/l "soctors" at risk including the optic apparatus and the brain stem
Complete thread -- archives again...
Complete thread -- Check Theragran
Complete thread -- CT and MRI were uploaded to the s/l "carvas" work station
Complete thread -- and from the archives...
Complete thread -- Zyrtec, omega 3, Align, calcium, vitamin D, and s/l "teragram"..NM
Complete thread -- how is tachycardia a -regular- rate?
Complete thread -- If you google hydroxyzine dosage there are several to choose from. Quick and easy.
Complete thread -- to op... i would of questioned that one too. Don't feel bad.
Complete thread -- Looking for a quick site to look up what mg strength hydroxyzine is supplied in? Any
Complete thread -- after sharply., I hear: We duplicated _____ size. Sorry, can't help with rest.
Complete thread -- lose the exclamations points, geez!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did run it through archives. And that is what I was questioning.
Complete thread -- The perpendicular plate of the ethmoid-vomer
Complete thread -- ? towel clamp?
Complete thread -- What do you do with it??? Type it!!!
Complete thread -- What do you do with this: Heart: Regular rate and rhythm, tachycardia.
Complete thread -- Thank you again!
Complete thread -- I think the last one is rostrum of the sphenoid
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- I think your blank is lateral. I also think he said
Complete thread -- opps, hit enter before my name got in there. SM
Complete thread -- Usually the heading is FLUIDS or FLUID REPLACEMENT but per your acct specifics of course
Complete thread -- inferiorly and sharply.____ excised.___ ethmoid vomer removed in...fashion back to t
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- He is found to have _____ deviation of the septum deviating
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Clinically stable prior history. He has a history of CABG and PCI in 2001. Extensive hx
Complete thread -- Of course I would actually have to hear it to see if that is what is being said, but it
Complete thread -- Not sure if he is stumbling just saying next or what.
Complete thread -- Bilateral submucosal?
Complete thread -- LIMA and RIMA left internal mammary artery and right internal mammary artery
Complete thread -- cutting into the soft palate at the *superior arch* region with the coblator
Complete thread -- The tonsils were grasped with *shells* clamps
Complete thread -- I am filling in for a cardiology account. Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- _____inferior turbinectomy.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Would have never found that one. :)
Complete thread -- I think you MD is referring to serum protein electrophoresis (SPEP)
Complete thread -- I think doc is using doc-speak for serum protein electrophoresis.
Complete thread -- pheresis
Complete thread -- 12 mm. Cloward Dowel
Complete thread -- so MUGA due to...
Complete thread -- MUGA?
Complete thread -- You're welcome Archie!
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Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- ACD ~~ 12-mm Cloward allograft *bail* or *dell*
Complete thread -- Thanks - we sent it in with a blank. Three of us QA people couldn't get it either. nm
Complete thread -- Patient had a recent s/l mugado to her chemotherapy --
Complete thread -- Wild guess: Enzymes.
Complete thread -- prbly putting my 2 cents in late, but I highly recommend that you check your account specs
Complete thread -- Don't answer if you can't be nice.
Complete thread -- Is Losee's test in there at all?
Complete thread -- Other knee tests PTs might do are McMurray, Apley compression, patellar compression. nm
Complete thread -- Sorry, I forgot to turn my sarcastic key on. It is making me sad though, I passed
Complete thread -- great! thanks very much for the reference.
Complete thread -- Worsening dementia. Referred to Cardiology. Not much else. nm
Complete thread -- Lookunder Language to avoid, Clearly stated that you put direct quotations
Complete thread -- Knee PT
Complete thread -- A DIRECT quote is that. If you put F___ that is not what was said. As bad as it is,
Complete thread -- P.S. I search BOS under "swear" or "profanity" and could not find reference.
Complete thread -- Why is pt in the ER? What's going on with pt?
Complete thread -- Well u sound angry 2 me. Jus sayin.
Complete thread -- if direct quote of patient should I type the "f" word or use dashes F--- ?
Complete thread -- I'm not angry. I'm praying you learn and use brain cells God gave you.
Complete thread -- I will make sure to add you to my prayers. Sorry that you are so angry.
Complete thread -- Geeze louise. I'm sorry that pointing out a simple easy as heck abbreviation most MTs
Complete thread -- All you had to do was google your EXACT TAHBSO!
Complete thread -- Why do you bother answering if you are going to be so rude.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The s/l "Ongo" and the D-dimer were slightly elevated but the ER worked that up. nm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- TAH/BSO That should easily google.
Complete thread -- TAH/BSO
Complete thread -- I am not too sure of that 27 either. see this link
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: NKDA. She states she is status post T & A and a *TA/HBSO *
Complete thread -- His left eye visual acuity is s/l "27" and the right eye is 20/100.
Complete thread -- Same here; shows Repliva (re: pyruvate kinase...) sm
Complete thread -- Repliva 21/7 is the ONLY thing I saw trying to Google? 21/7 is very strange.
Complete thread -- You're welcome!
Complete thread -- that is it!! thanks so very much!!
Complete thread -- med help.. s/l "Pry-vate" 21/7 mg. Sm for Dx.
Complete thread -- Pack it up into a box and ship it out.
Complete thread -- Look up quiesce.
Complete thread -- pls help with ortho note. thanks. s/l quiess
Complete thread -- I doubt it.
Complete thread -- very short note with little to no info. thanks. gonna flag it then.
Complete thread -- Try googling flexion contracture * plates or flexion contracture * 8 plates
Complete thread -- it is whichever he is doing? depends
Complete thread -- ESL doc - sounds like he is saying adduct but it should be abduct (away from body)
Complete thread -- steven 8 plates
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would LOVE to fix this doc up. Another of her faves is "syncopized."
Complete thread -- Pain ___ rotator cuff repair _wav
Complete thread -- That very well could have been it. I'll keep this in mind if it comes up again.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- If they want you to make words out of things that are not words, and they give you
Complete thread -- It isn't LSIL is it?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I vote for "vasovagalized." ;-)
Complete thread -- TY. I'm sending with blanks. No clue what this should be.
Complete thread -- METs metabolic equivalent of tasks
Complete thread -- This is the only other LSO I've ever seen, can find in a reference, so I'm not so positive
Complete thread -- he exercised "9 minutes for 10 meds."
Complete thread -- thanks. And thanks for the typo corrections.
Complete thread -- do not correct? a vasovagal episode. I think I just had one.
Complete thread -- Can you not change minimally for grammar?
Complete thread -- right, okay me being funny. Account does not like correction of
Complete thread -- That's not correct then. She references this as a type of Pap smear
Complete thread -- My CODE STATUS is swiftly approaching DO NOT RESUSCITATE.
Complete thread -- Maybe it's just me, but this question makes absolutely no sense.
Complete thread -- It has nothing to do with the Pap, simply a separate entity.
Complete thread -- So, what would this stand for in terms of a type of Pap smear?
Complete thread -- If my code status is "do not correct", what would be the preferred spelling for sm...
Complete thread -- Sure, and they do a RSO, a BSO and LSO (right, bilateral, and left)
Complete thread -- half-percent? I don't suppose they will let you put that correctly? ugh
Complete thread -- Vague huh? "description is rather vague, stating that they cut his groin and put BBs
Complete thread -- s/l el-es-oh (LSO?)
Complete thread -- Platysma is only in the neck, right? sm
Complete thread -- several fibroidS were removed including 1 that was ..... posteriorly. At the time of the
Complete thread -- Not sourcil. Sub. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Will listen for both those....thanks!
Complete thread -- sentence help
Complete thread -- IV crystalloid what???
Complete thread -- inguinal
Complete thread -- one more thought, I do hear bulbourethral(bulbourethroid) stricture sometimes
Complete thread -- s/l no no's
Complete thread -- only thing I can come up with for "introid" is urethral - sorry!
Complete thread -- no evidence of pelvic or s/l hemetal mass or adenopathy +wav
Complete thread -- Ugh - no, you're right! Thank you! I can barely understand anythiing
Complete thread -- are you sure dr. is saying "anoscrotal" junction (? penoscrotal)
Complete thread -- He says "next" so it actually sounds like "necks coritis" followed by Rheumatology
Complete thread -- s/l rij-inn-ull plse sm (I don't think regional) ESL doc
Complete thread -- gosh, that is prob it. This MD is making me NUTSO
Complete thread -- Severe "S/l introid" stricture at the anoscrotal junction.
Complete thread -- maybe fusion suture
Complete thread -- okay!
Complete thread -- not affected by the ...uh... sedative properties?
Complete thread -- I think her s/l was sore OR cell, not sore cell.
Complete thread -- s/l ah sen ah div properties
Complete thread -- Are YOU sure it was not sourcil. cause your s/l was sore cell = sourcil???
Complete thread -- That's why it can be either/or... semi/period.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- It was sub! Thank you again to both helpers and happy Thursday!
Complete thread -- Using a semicolon DOES make it 2 sentences.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- No, we exactly understood what your post said. A decent MT knows that she may often,
Complete thread -- I would split it to 2 sentences..
Complete thread -- I'd go for the semi because you really could use a period also and start a 2nd sentence
Complete thread -- Shiley (tube)?
Complete thread -- Punctuation help--see inside, please.
Complete thread -- SURGICAL HISTORY: Right IJ s/l charlie placement. Patient is on dialysis.
Complete thread -- I'll listen for both suggestions. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- not much... physical therapist going over treadmill test
Complete thread -- signal at the edge of the????
Complete thread -- I just googled Scleritis rheumatologist, and came up with tons of hits- they can be
Complete thread -- forgot to write that posted wav file
Complete thread -- abnormal signal __ cartilage (mri knee)
Complete thread -- NOT enough information. But you could try googling your keywords missing
Complete thread -- Is there a scleritis other than involving sclerae/eye? In PMH, s/l "scleritis follo
Complete thread -- any further context?
Complete thread -- ? "sub"
Complete thread -- sourcil
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I so hate ops. Dictated by ESLs. Please help. It's just one word I can't get (so far)
Complete thread -- "I've assessed his *cargoni* and his target heart rate will be between 140-160 bpm"
Complete thread -- I did google it with lidocaine and didn't come up with anything
Complete thread -- Oh my, put your big girl panties on, hclokc! Whah! Whah!
Complete thread -- How about YOU show some manners and quit giving out CRAP answers! Now that's rude!
Complete thread -- >:?? he has already had one graft and has made it erode because of his lack of proper
Complete thread -- or google v block fashion
Complete thread -- How about googling lidocaine v block fashion and researching
Complete thread -- he has disintegrated one *graft* prior already by wearing
Complete thread -- neither sound right to me. sounds like ___ poly to me. -thanks
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was obtained using our wound closure s/l "seizing suture."
Complete thread -- Look up Archie in the archives. I know exactly what it means.
Complete thread -- sounds more like 'probably cysts' to me, though that makes little sense....
Complete thread -- 5 cc of lidocaine plain in a *V block* fashion
Complete thread -- peripelvic?
Complete thread -- In my reports, 9 times out of 10, they don't. It could be something
Complete thread -- WTH????
Complete thread -- ciprofloxacin?
Complete thread -- NO, not at all, and I tried to make that clear in my post. My position is to...
Complete thread -- there are ___ cysts in the left kidney + wav - thanks
Complete thread -- ohhhhhh stop the put downs. Why do you come here? to put down
Complete thread -- It is not like the whole thing was in caps. Maybe it is simply again and again having to
Complete thread -- you're welcom
Complete thread -- would you please show some manners and stop shouting when you disagree with me
Complete thread -- I should add that there is such as thing as "medial arthrosis", but
Complete thread -- I did that as well, Questyr. Thanks for your time.
Complete thread -- If U R asking what is "thot," it is unofficial shorthand for thought
Complete thread -- I would think "Left knee arthrosis". . It makes sense... but I
Complete thread -- thanks. mt you could have told it straight out
Complete thread -- home O2 (oxygen) home O2 therapy.
Complete thread -- You do not simply get to delete a word your way, you literally wind up changing the dictat
Complete thread -- no teasing now.... That would be Home O2 or something of the sort.
Complete thread -- Yoohoo. . . Archie? ARCHIE?
Complete thread -- thanks so much-seems like it is it
Complete thread -- thanks so much-seems like it is it
Complete thread -- Impression: Left s/l medial arthrosis with degenerative myxoid changes. I am unsure
Complete thread -- ha ha! I've seen that one before! (hint: oxygen)
Complete thread -- ? tunnel view
Complete thread -- Patient with IPF (idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis) on homo-2 therapy.
Complete thread -- doc dilineated what type of CVA and that includes the statement that patient had a CVA -sm
Complete thread -- It was said at the very end of an especially long report. I did try to figure it out on
Complete thread -- whole sentence
Complete thread -- He does have x-rays that were taken three days ago, nonweightbearing AP and lateral views
Complete thread -- yes thank you, just found it too!
Complete thread -- QRS duration
Complete thread -- HCLOKC: NO! That does not make sense! I'd hate to see your "redundancy" edits!
Complete thread -- could we have the whole sentence/context
Complete thread -- WAG: Seroquel?
Complete thread -- Hmm. Ok. I think the consensus is to leave as dictated. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- ? Cipralex
Complete thread -- x-ray view that s/l tone view (is that one?)
Complete thread -- s/l "cure restoration" pls sm
Complete thread -- Getting to be the norm, not the exception.
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Depakote, s/l "seprola", "lexican".
Complete thread -- She's worried about "wasting" HER time, but doesn't care about "wasting" helpers' time her
Complete thread -- so that would be a what 'with' what? makes no sense that way
Complete thread -- how can he be restarting if he says CVA with..? nm
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- and we can delete redundancy
Complete thread -- yes take out.. dictator corrected by restarting
Complete thread -- If he says "CVA with right-sided parietal CVA," then I would leave as is
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I believe that's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yes, that makes much more sense? If he repeats something 2 seconds or 2 sentences or a pa
Complete thread -- Take out first CVA? Don't know if dictator is stumbling, or should leave it in.
Complete thread -- usually the next I hear them dictate is FEV1/FVC ratio..????
Complete thread -- FEV-1 is 75%, FVC 77%, *FU in avid iation* 99%.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes, so your opinion is you continue working/putting out lines while someone else finds yo
Complete thread -- chem-10?
Complete thread -- the s/l reminds me of adjuvent?
Complete thread -- minute does not really seem to fit
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- Disagree. Make your best effort and then ask for help. Sometimes...
Complete thread -- thanks, i thot of that but it so does not sound like it.. tx anyway.
Complete thread -- could U B hearing "also some malalignment of the " ???
Complete thread -- Ortho visit
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Use MT911.com phonetic doctor lookup.
Complete thread -- where? what? cables for ?
Complete thread -- heard of a dr. s/l con-ee-ta around denver, co?
Complete thread -- s/l aj uh net cable fixation (the aj rhymes with Madge)
Complete thread -- This is why an MT should ALWAYS listen to entire report BEFORE filling in blanks.
Complete thread -- meant the right subclavian vein was seen to be small in caliber so minute
Complete thread -- minute as in diminuitive size (he says the superior vena cava was small caliber)
Complete thread -- And yet another who has no clue what context means. No wonder people
Complete thread -- but, said SVA normal caliber
Complete thread -- Never mind - says it again more clearly - intramural tunnel
Complete thread -- MINUTE as in definition of adjective: infinitely or immeasurably small ?
Complete thread -- Word help...please sm
Complete thread -- See msg. TY.
Complete thread -- Given bolus of normal saline and was put on *major-all* fluid at 100/hr. SM for
Complete thread -- 2nd blank s/l os-cu-ra-tion
Complete thread -- HOPEFULLY, the OP actually looked in a DICTIONARY as she should do.
Complete thread -- duh, honestly, I was looking everywhere, and there it is, you are right.
Complete thread -- check out Urelle - SM for link
Complete thread -- entrenched?
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both! Planted his knee didn't make sense, but his foot, yes, so thanks
Complete thread -- yes makes sense, planted his foot and then twisted, hurting his knee.
Complete thread -- s/l U-rell ?
Complete thread -- a guess immunoglobulin (but don't you guess)
Complete thread -- YES. Done it many times myself. Athletes especially football players and basketball
Complete thread -- Stated he was leaving a store when he *planted* and twisted his left knee.
Complete thread -- That must be it...thank you both!
Complete thread -- ahhh, bet that IS it.
Complete thread -- transudate is defined as pleural fluid
Complete thread -- cardiologists? cardiology?
Complete thread -- answered on your post below, I didn't see this up. sm
Complete thread -- tachycardia followed by s/l carts?
Complete thread -- I figured it out...it's WinRho. nm
Complete thread -- can't find s/l acetack. May be Acrobat? This is heard a lot, but don't guess.
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but thanks for your help. ...
Complete thread -- The patient has received 1 cycle of Rituxan and has had some response to his ITP. I
Complete thread -- due to his "strange" folliculitis? Just a guess.
Complete thread -- On Audiometric testing.... the s/l passing is fairly symmetric. (sm)
Complete thread -- word help please
Complete thread -- looks like may be subluxed sacral derangement or even sacroiliac
Complete thread -- s/l shay pierso tube - Shea Parasol tube sm
Complete thread -- s/l acetack atraumatic retractor
Complete thread -- sublux sagral derangement
Complete thread -- While I see your point, because "with" is a preposition
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- You are awesome !!! Thanks so much. That is it.
Complete thread -- Thanks for pointing that out. But I think I will just remove the
Complete thread -- Wonder if U R hearing "chronic gastric immune thrombocytopenia"...see link
Complete thread -- would also suggest punctuating as follows
Complete thread -- Not really like your s/l but maybe drug-induced? Also try onelook by using *thombocytopen
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I need the words before the s/l more than the ones after to get this voice
Complete thread -- s/l gastro-line
Complete thread -- Altered level of consciousness, most likely **tike for** scorpion envenomation with t
Complete thread -- Could be..usally they say "mass closure" together, but he
Complete thread -- #1 PDS *mass* full-thickness running
Complete thread -- so then what was your question?
Complete thread -- I stand corrected--my apologies. I looked in BOS and it states that if the list following
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- A _____ tube 1.14 mm in diameter was placed in
Complete thread -- WAG...Auralgan ???
Complete thread -- not if listing items.
Complete thread -- Thank your for your kindness. I did look it up.
Complete thread -- NOTE. Using a colon, He needs to be capped. First word after a colon is capped.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thnks
Complete thread -- heck OneLook.com easy as pie
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- What's your question?
Complete thread -- Depending on what your acct wants, but I would do it as inside:
Complete thread -- A thoracentesis was done, which showed that the fluid is a *transudate*
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- Try googling * tube 1.14 myringotomy and see if anything rings a bell
Complete thread -- *owe gum* was placed in the ear canal.
Complete thread -- s/l shay pierso tube
Complete thread -- dx: lymphoproliferative disorder: He continues to receive s/l uvoglobulin subcu
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No context. There was no other surrounding info. Just a sentence of "minus sign."
Complete thread -- CA of the prostate and *ex op* for one month
Complete thread -- You cannot tell me that you didn't have any idea what PART of body was being examined. Th
Complete thread -- Pre H&P for C-section. Vital signs stable, afebrile. Fetal heart tones 130s,
Complete thread -- chaotic?
Complete thread -- "the rest of the" labs were within normal limits.
Complete thread -- Never mind. It has to be pus.
Complete thread -- platelets 159,000. _______ labs were normal limits.
Complete thread -- Thought process; *colatic*
Complete thread -- okay thanks.
Complete thread -- ...with the exit of "bus" (can't hear pus but might be) from the insertion site...
Complete thread -- There really wasn't any context which is why I didn't provide any. Pateint after MVA with
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying *rannadine* for ranitidine, but I'll flag to be sure.
Complete thread -- fexofenadine ?
Complete thread -- well, traversing does make sense.
Complete thread -- MD says transversing. Does he mean traversing? Spellcheck not liking
Complete thread -- I got it! Gissane angle. :)
Complete thread -- thanks (nm)
Complete thread -- Just coming to say that I found it! Thats it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I agree, or you could change it to "again marked."
Complete thread -- Tunisia?
Complete thread -- Right heel x-ray
Complete thread -- ranitidine?
Complete thread -- Basal cell carcinoma excised from scalp. Pathology showed
Complete thread -- She grew up in s/l "tanesha" before moving to the states.
Complete thread -- s/l "ranna frenadine"
Complete thread -- In the future, please provide some context - some USABLE context.
Complete thread -- Never mind, this had a 9 am (EST) deadline so I had to flag it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Orthopedic test s/l minus sign? Not clear what it's for.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- intraluminal material?
Complete thread -- possible tracheal diverticulum, as well as some *and aluminum* material but no
Complete thread -- (I certainly couldn't come up with it, but LiliK's suggestion makes TOTAL sense to me!
Complete thread -- Thank you, Margaret.
Complete thread -- oooh, i bet that's it, thanks.
Complete thread -- diagnosed with AAA (aneurysm) by s/l*Lay screen*
Complete thread -- I had no idea, but there is such a thing as a pouchogram.
Complete thread -- kienboch should be the correct spelling
Complete thread -- (and who would be so unfriendly and uncouth as to blast ANY OP, I wonder! :-)
Complete thread -- s/l poj-ee-o-gram ?
Complete thread -- I believe this is okay, SM
Complete thread -- Left lower quadrant ileostomy
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- MGT: Most accts do not accept symbols, thus Kienbock's.
Complete thread -- Kienbock's disease, properly spelled Kienböck's, is also known as Avascular Necrosis of th
Complete thread -- Thank you! I was wayyyyyyy off with what I was searching for on my own! LOL
Complete thread -- (but I'm finding spelling=Kienböck's disease)
Complete thread -- (suggest you go with the above suggestion! :-)
Complete thread -- well that's why i knew i should've know the one above . . .
Complete thread -- keinboch disease?
Complete thread -- And THANK YOU for not blasting me . . . nice board, nice nice board
Complete thread -- (it really gets weird, doesn't it, when we figure out doc's dict NOT by what he says, but
Complete thread -- usually 3 together; protein 7.1, albumin 4.1, globulin 3.0.
Complete thread -- Her lunate was not soft. She does not have s/l teen-bots disease.
Complete thread -- i love you, Margaret . . . with this guy, BUN of 15 sounds like
Complete thread -- I agree with you!
Complete thread -- thanks Margaret
Complete thread -- IF a total protein and albumin are ordered, the results are virtually always presented to-
Complete thread -- I hate tall man lettering, though...maybe Gore Bio-A Hernia Plug is better
Complete thread -- (I feel your pain) Doc is saying "protein total" 7.1. Normally they dictate it as "total
Complete thread -- i should be able to figger this out, but . . . ESL - please see msg
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- THANKS! (for archives, GORE BIO-A® Hernia Plug)
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- s/l gord bioplug? s/m
Complete thread -- extra-anatomic bypass...verified on mtdictionary.com
Complete thread -- cardiac patient. s/l *extra-nomtomical* bypass
Complete thread -- Nobody ever told you? How about using a medical reference?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- hmmm....(to me, it might be more "readable" with comma after "increased" and comma after
Complete thread -- is the sentence okay? pls sm
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- you.
Complete thread -- (BTW, the rest sounds fine to me; it is only the spelling that I question.)
Complete thread -- (my hunch is "yes" although I know of no BOS rule governing exactly this situation.
Complete thread -- it is spelled "bobbing," to my way of thinking, but, as always, check my spelling! :-)
Complete thread -- She says she has s/l bobing movement of her head.
Complete thread -- redo-redo aortic valve replacement.
Complete thread -- my hats off you lo!
Complete thread -- (I concur, except that I thought "Spence" should be rendered with uppercase "S."
Complete thread -- I used to do both, but now only Farmville.
Complete thread -- Thank you. My expander on my program capped everything except aureus, but did not use the
Complete thread -- last WAV
Complete thread -- thanks, Margaret! I have always wondered if I have it right and nobody has ever told me I
Complete thread -- tx!
Complete thread -- and Farm Town!
Complete thread -- Thanks Lo.
Complete thread -- actually, one need NOT cap "Methicillin" b/c it is a generic name. Need hyphen after it,
Complete thread -- You must play farmville also. LOL
Complete thread -- Look inside
Complete thread -- Well, folks, I have had about all the fun I can stand for one night. It is time for
Complete thread -- “Tail of Spence”. Axillary Tail.
Complete thread -- not real sure. I type: Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
Complete thread -- She notes discomfort any time her umbulicus is manipulated.
Complete thread -- WAV
Complete thread -- Breast reconstruction surgery...
Complete thread -- MRSA what to cap when expanding Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus
Complete thread -- no... it was a fruedian typo. LOL
Complete thread -- (hehe! :-)
Complete thread -- from all contributors of answers to your question, "You're welcome"
Complete thread -- I can actually clearly hear "sternal line" but was doubtful if it makes sense. thanks for
Complete thread -- maybe it was a fruedian slip... nasty/naked. :-)
Complete thread -- :-) Thanks! (I feared it might be some "cyber-speak" or "youth-speak" w/ which I had no
Complete thread -- I think I meant to say nasty
Complete thread -- I have no idea... my fingers seem to be posessed tonight!
Complete thread -- (can you possibly hear "midsternal line"? if not, go with what you have=my suggestion.
Complete thread -- agree with sternal line
Complete thread -- I am pretty sure he said sternal (not central)
Complete thread -- just in case you are curious, she said:
Complete thread -- WAG: "central" is virtually never said for "midline." "Sternal line" is not said, either,
Complete thread -- :-) (hehehe!) (slap my mouth! :-)
Complete thread -- wow!! .. and I thought I had tough dictators.
Complete thread -- I read it as "naked" at first, had to re-read it, lol. Phewwww!
Complete thread -- to the right of the central (or sternal??) line in the mid abdominal area.
Complete thread -- ROFL !!!
Complete thread -- do I really have to type that?
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- NOOOOOOOO. I have been typing the same IDIOT's reports for the past 6 hours. A new
Complete thread -- (just askin'....what is the meaning of "nake"? TIA :-)
Complete thread -- (not to me!!! :-) Consider using a constant moniker.....
Complete thread -- I think she is related to a nake chinese guy I have to type sometimes.. nightmare!
Complete thread -- I feel very sorry for you! (I lack sound card; I feel sorry 4 U re UR "stable of docs.")
Complete thread -- I posted an MP3. I do not have a question because I had to listen to the entire
Complete thread -- howdy!
Complete thread -- the older I get, the more I consider a Foley at bedtime.
Complete thread -- Good Plan!! :-)
Complete thread -- I'm heading for bed in a few minutes, Mgt - maybe I can use my cuspidor
Complete thread -- this is a tough question that is very hard to research properly on Google. SM
Complete thread -- OMG, lol. We write it, not we right it. Too tired, lol.
Complete thread -- thanks Lo and hello. It is me your MT email buddy.
Complete thread -- indium is a radioactive substance; does not need a cap.
Complete thread -- for trying, I had to sign it off!! Thanks to one and all.
Complete thread -- We referred her for an indium scan. Cap or no cap for indium? no references avail 2
Complete thread -- I keep thinking "event recorder strips".
Complete thread -- ;-) !
Complete thread -- oops, I meant "systolic," not "systemic," of course.
Complete thread -- I'll spit to that!
Complete thread -- Happy Bastille Day!(on the Left Coast, anyhoo), kaz & wag win Gold-Plated Cuspidors!
Complete thread -- Too late, but I was going to suggest peak exercise systolic pressure.
Complete thread -- I can't figure out your s/l, but I'm guessing that "pulmonic systemic pressure" should be
Complete thread -- on this, stat report, will sign it off.
Complete thread -- (a second genius in the same night! I couldn't have solved that one!!! :-)
Complete thread -- Tricuspid insufficiency with minimally elevateds/l pcarpi systolic pressure.tx
Complete thread -- :( he is sounding pcarpi systolic pressure
Complete thread -- Yes, I agree that QTc is a correct representation for adults, just as QoTc is for babies.
Complete thread -- hmmm...I infer this is a new question. Could you please repost it "from scratch"? Thanks.
Complete thread -- on this precarpi systolic pressure?
Complete thread -- elevated RV systolic pressure?
Complete thread -- nailed it!! thank you very much!
Complete thread -- Where I work, we right it as QTc (which is QT corrected)
Complete thread -- so much, it is QT
Complete thread -- white blood count maybe?
Complete thread -- meaning, in msec, the time interval between the peak of the Q wave and the peak of the T
Complete thread -- (to clarify, I believe your s/l "t" should instead be "QT.")
Complete thread -- I believe it should be QT, corrected (for patient's heart rate) of 401 milliseconds.
Complete thread -- pl sm
Complete thread -- is there anything like minimally elevateds/l precarpi systolic pressure?
Complete thread -- EKG showed s/l t corrected of 401 ms. Thanks.
Complete thread -- (could you give us all the lab results in the order that doc dictated them? Thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- TSH 1.8, s/l hypertab 5.4, hemoglobin 13.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- GMTA!! I started a list last week.
Complete thread -- (another wizard answer that is correct!!!:-) (department, BTW)
Complete thread -- :-) !
Complete thread -- auspices
Complete thread -- thank you FSMT
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- It's nice to be able to pay back a little help on occasion, Mgt.
Complete thread -- thanks so much Margaret. U R right in that I should have stated that in the first place.
Complete thread -- is under the *s/l aw sa sis* and control of the correction depart.
Complete thread -- you need "musculocutaneous nerve." No bother. Please say "up front" when you lack usual
Complete thread -- (kaz: you're a wizard!!! My hat is off to you!!! :-)
Complete thread -- i do not have access to google or otherwise at this moment -n- that is why I came here.
Complete thread -- Try a T, not a C. ;-)
Complete thread -- nothing "clicks." "Cancer (or California) Home-Bound Service Organization" SM
Complete thread -- She is status post s/l CA HBSO?
Complete thread -- (oh,....HER!! You ought to compile a list of all her malapropisms! :-)
Complete thread -- maybe "hand" --sm