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Complete thread -- You answered it! Thank you. I wasn't sure with the numbers if they w ...
Complete thread -- (LiliK, your word below was "idiogenic.")
Complete thread -- awkwardly worded; you have correctly heard "until." Meaning= we are asking her to wait unt
Complete thread -- must be correct, b/c it docu's astonishingly well for encephalopathy: "idiogenic osmoles"
Complete thread -- idiogenic "idio"= "I don't know," same root as in "idiot," plus "genic," = origin, cause
Complete thread -- erythrocytosis? too many RBCs?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, Margaret!
Complete thread -- egressing is correct, "exiting," PT Barnum's sign "This way to the egress," SM
Complete thread -- S/L eggressing.
Complete thread -- SSSIIIIIIIIIIIGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
Complete thread -- Never mind. I got it! ATF and CF. :)
Complete thread -- followup evaluation of left ankle
Complete thread -- got it, condom cath
Complete thread -- ok, that is what I actually had but then questioned myself
Complete thread -- patient has renal stone and renal abscess. PE: He has a s/l kung cath in place.
Complete thread -- Is doc maybe saying "high-end"? There's high-output, high-flow, all sorts of options. SM
Complete thread -- There are many things to take into consideration, i.e., do you have to travel for pickup/
Complete thread -- Nothing wrong that I can see.... what's your specific question?
Complete thread -- got it! atlas orthogonal
Complete thread -- s/l hi an nebulizer
Complete thread -- i'm considering typing radiology reports from home and would appreciate any
Complete thread -- s/l ath-ro-sclo-to-gonal
Complete thread -- She is gravida 4, para 3-0-1-3 and she is status post BTL. ...
Complete thread -- I'm guessing he's full of Freudian slips...libation, extorting...hmmm
Complete thread -- Not medical, but....
Complete thread -- Thank you, LiliK!
Complete thread -- improved from **48 to 48** degrees. Hate when MDs dictate this kind of crap.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- Do I need commas around "as is she" ? Can't quite decide.
Complete thread -- (we are) going to look for LV enlargement changes? Not sure I hear the we are,
Complete thread -- A *lap* placed on the left arm.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- seems to be saying ethylene glycol type. As in antifreeze (!)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- altered level consciousness, "atenl glycltlyc" poisoning suicide attempt with acute
Complete thread -- Thank you! I added that to my book as it wasn't in there!
Complete thread -- see link, searched drugs.com under BPH
Complete thread -- Medication help, male with urinary hesitancy,placed on "rabiflow" but did not help.
Complete thread -- Kantor-Berci
Complete thread -- Joint pains?
Complete thread -- Microscopic suspension, operative direct microlaryngoscopy SM
Complete thread -- unbeknownst
Complete thread -- MD making up Urban dictionary words?
Complete thread -- Take a deep breath and relax.
Complete thread -- something LV enlargement changes.
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- Thanks, liliK!
Complete thread -- Oh, for pete's sake - that's it! Didn't think to put cystic with the fibro. Tx!!!
Complete thread -- papillary cystadenofibroma?
Complete thread -- Pt had a s/l "pavloi cystic" adenofibroma of right ovary.
Complete thread -- oxygen saturations. Just expand to saturations if your account doesn't like slang or
Complete thread -- Patient has continued to make urine. His "sats" are in the 90s. (?)
Complete thread -- I almost thought it could be "chains" sm
Complete thread -- challenges?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- med s/l joint menis
Complete thread -- "changes" of vaginal infection?
Complete thread -- that is what I hear too.
Complete thread -- Just want to check if I am hearing correctly. Wav sent. SM
Complete thread -- account specific -- check with your account
Complete thread -- s/l cystoarachnoid ? s/m
Complete thread -- is I&D'd accepted?
Complete thread -- A/P: We will begin her on Obagi Blender with tretinoin and Elta UV Cle ...
Complete thread -- drug sounds like "zolase drops" Thank you
Complete thread -- sounds like failed.
Complete thread -- dictionaries and PubMed prefer dorsa.
Complete thread -- dorsum or dorsums? Spellcheck doesn't like plural form
Complete thread -- Yes, foot/ankle edema often a sign of heart disease.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just was not sure it was in the correct spot for that.
Complete thread -- maybe doc meant bolus???
Complete thread -- hemolysis
Complete thread -- pedal edema is correct (no foot edema).
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- Exacerbation of reactive airways disease required "bull-ah" steroids (Kenelog or
Complete thread -- for evaluation of leukocytosis and *little cytosis*
Complete thread -- CARDIAC: S1, S2 normal. No murmur, gallop, or rub. No *pedal edema*.
Complete thread -- It appears that he is experiencing s/l *amaulsis* from the ribavirin, ...
Complete thread -- Wav
Complete thread -- X-rays taken today, weightbearing, show marked met-cuneiform
Complete thread -- No hepatic laceration. s/l hepatic fluid is seen. Tx.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no ongoing evidence of ischemia
Complete thread -- need help with wav
Complete thread -- ? punctate lesion?
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- If you're looking for something recent, use the white box above "New Search"
Complete thread -- chose not to x-ray this in lieu of all the testing.
Complete thread -- Pls
Complete thread -- Think I will flag. ESL so not so sure. Pt had cellulitis and now checking for foreign body
Complete thread -- finding punched out lesion, but not punched in. I wonder if the dictator is just trying
Complete thread -- go up to the box above, there is an empty field in the top left hand corner, under the
Complete thread -- how do I look up a word in the archives. Also, can I listen to an old wav?
Complete thread -- There is a tiny "punched in" lesion on the sole of the right foot.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Can you hear "peroneal tendon" for blank #1?
Complete thread -- if it were irregular... look for clues elsewhere in the report like if pt has arrhythmias
Complete thread -- Insertion sounds right; not sure about #1 blank.
Complete thread -- When you hear heart is "irregular rate and rhythm" does doc usually say more?
Complete thread -- iatrogenic?
Complete thread -- never mind. sent in a blank.
Complete thread -- doing a wildcard search in OneLook, I found ionogenic and iodogenic. would either fit?
Complete thread -- patient with altered mental status; see msg
Complete thread -- Below-the-knee amputation shows there is some "skit-ting" at the incision site. The
Complete thread -- 2 blanks - Achilles Tendon rupture
Complete thread -- reticular veins - WAG ...
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Try search box (archives) above...I'm pretty sure this has been asked a lot.
Complete thread -- out of bed in a chair and he has no complaints
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- is it mucus plugging or mucous plugging
Complete thread -- Will obtain a duplex ultrasound of the abdomen and "levo-dine" iliacs and also the
Complete thread -- like this...
Complete thread -- I would do it as Enalapril, Zetia, Evista, and oxycodone (she takes 30 mg 3 times a day).
Complete thread -- no complaints of
Complete thread -- 1:1
Complete thread -- no complaints of....
Complete thread -- Okay as you transcribed. If allowed to edit, omit the comma and also omit "she takes."
Complete thread -- concordant
Complete thread -- The patient walks regularly with no "compensive" claudication. (Hx of DVT)
Complete thread -- comma help
Complete thread -- medication s/l "toe-gi-nol" 2.5 mg for shortness of breath
Complete thread -- thanks will listen for that
Complete thread -- Does patient have GERD? Kapidex?
Complete thread -- Maybe Elmiron for UTI.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- also. .. "Coagulogram" is the definition proposed for the series of tests which are requir
Complete thread -- Cogulogram unremarkable.
Complete thread -- WAV file. Patient with chest tightness. History of Parkinson's, hypertension, COPD.
Complete thread -- hydroxychloroquine, Micardis, s/l "capider", Celebrex, simvastatin.NM
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- med s/l elleron
Complete thread -- found a great eye product but I do not see anything that sounds that close.
Complete thread -- Enchondroma account for more than 90% of bone tumors seen in the hand sm
Complete thread -- Enchondroma account for more than 90% of bone tumors seen in the hand sm
Complete thread -- I do believe Natrelle would be correct. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I think billybob has IT sm
Complete thread -- s/l natraline silicone-filled implant, could he be meaning Natrelle??
Complete thread -- Iquix, Maxitrol ointment and s/l "fibram" in the left eye...NM
Complete thread -- Thank you, darlene.
Complete thread -- agree sm & link Nasal Cutting Forceps, Takahashi
Complete thread -- That's likely it. Think I've heard it. I'll check it out. Thank you for your time.
Complete thread -- Takahashi??
Complete thread -- ENT forceps s/l TIE A COTCH EE. I have spent 8 mins looking -- nothing.
Complete thread -- lays out quite a spread.
Complete thread -- Fifth hit down here says "lies out" is correct. Of course, I know
Complete thread -- Fifth hit down here says "lies out" is correct. Of course, I know
Complete thread -- ossicle?
Complete thread -- Gosh, I don't hear that. She says it in 2 reports, and I am definitely hearing a "ver" or
Complete thread -- pt has a S/L small oscal? within the patella tendon
Complete thread -- you need "rachitic" here (ck my sp) due to rickets, Vit D deficiency or metab defect.
Complete thread -- or maybe somebody on the internet spelled something wrong.
Complete thread -- could it be effusion?
Complete thread -- Usually people "lie," but I'm not sure. I googled both phrases. Maybe
Complete thread -- exhibited s/l "one-to-one transmission" on point palpation
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray: There is no acute cardiopulmonary s/l "version" or "aversion"
Complete thread -- sunbathes!
Complete thread -- lays out?
Complete thread -- Motor bands makes sense.
Complete thread -- not sure... i flagged it and moved on. thnks anyway.
Complete thread -- rickettsial
Complete thread -- She has obvious "rictic" bowing of her legs.
Complete thread -- s/l Ultram
Complete thread -- WAGG--SCD-HeFT?
Complete thread -- s/l "concortis" cervical spine pain
Complete thread -- s/l motor bands? sorry, never had this doc before.
Complete thread -- Thanks...ESL keeping me on my toes!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Interferential Current Stimulation (IFC) is also known as Sympathetic Therapy
Complete thread -- maybe "nil (nothing) for having hypothyroidism"?
Complete thread -- s/l IFC stem unit. Maybe IFC stimulation unit?
Complete thread -- Her head shows "nil" forehead hypothyroidism. EOM intact. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. It's nose and throat. I'm grateful to both helpers.
Complete thread -- can U post a wav?
Complete thread -- nose and throat?
Complete thread -- Increased risk for sudden cardiac death based on *scoteriac* criteria
Complete thread -- nose, oropharynx clear?
Complete thread -- Something in the heent exam, I've got an Asian speedtalker .
Complete thread -- thanks sooooo much!!!
Complete thread -- Debrox
Complete thread -- Left ear, severely impacted with cerumen. Unable to remove with loop. Will use
Complete thread -- figured it out - midline septum. he says it really fast
Complete thread -- have to say a wet hot pack would make sense!
Complete thread -- multiple+sclerosis+demyelination see LINKS
Complete thread -- Hmm..wondering if she's saying "wet hot pack"
Complete thread -- I believe that is it...thanx so much!
Complete thread -- s/l "wasaw"
Complete thread -- We are going to place the transducer s/l "on flow by static" point on the chest wall
Complete thread -- doesn't ring a bell; could you post a wav or an MP-13?
Complete thread -- Multiple sclerosis
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Can you verify endochondroma? can you verify enchondroma? Use your resources.
Complete thread -- Did you check a reference book? OR OneLook.com link above?
Complete thread -- left ring finger cyst excision of enchondroma and bone grafting performed
Complete thread -- s/l Nose: Melena tiptum
Complete thread -- Not available anywhere in the US? Looks like the generic MAY be available under
Complete thread -- I told her to use over the counter "s/l Ultram" 600 mg but that's per Rx. Ideas?
Complete thread -- oh super! Thanks I should have heard that!
Complete thread -- per diem
Complete thread -- biliary sludge
Complete thread -- s/l prid ee um
Complete thread -- He has a history of ___ (s/l biliaris lodge) hepatitis C with cirrhosis
Complete thread -- Yup. You're right!
Complete thread -- where? when? Ascentia glucometer??
Complete thread -- Sounds like pelts, but I am guessing she means pellets. Thanks...
Complete thread -- drug s/l essentia
Complete thread -- I'll listen again for acute coronary -- but tooth canary is cute, eh?
Complete thread -- hahaha acute coronary? LOL tooth canary
Complete thread -- hear cirrhosis somewhere in there?
Complete thread -- East Indian Hysteria Syndrome going on here in my life. Please help.
Complete thread -- Ugh, duh!! Thank you :-)
Complete thread -- thx, that is it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That's it! You are always such a big help!
Complete thread -- lochia is appropriate (to # of days postpartum)
Complete thread -- subsided
Complete thread -- (usually hear "smelling salts" or ammonia "ampules"; could doc have said "pellets" instead
Complete thread -- Brain freeze. Doctor says symptoms have "resided". I know that's not what he means
Complete thread -- s/l lokey is appropriate.
Complete thread -- usually hear central line catheter (a.k.a. PICC)
Complete thread -- Maybe "casson sentos" = "less intensive"?
Complete thread -- ammonia salts?
Complete thread -- Might the 3 final syllables be "intensive"?
Complete thread -- Consultation regarding s/l "central lead catheter placement" for a patient in septic
Complete thread -- During testing she had a vasovagal reaction, but recovered with ammonia *P-elt-s* and
Complete thread -- citation is inside
Complete thread -- See inside for a snippet from Google. SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- autoimmune anemia. (Ag-Ab reaction snips out small portions of RBC membrane causing bicon
Complete thread -- s/l casson sentos workup including MRI of the liver
Complete thread -- galea
Complete thread -- s/l photoimmunic anemia
Complete thread -- Having a senior moment - s/l galia
Complete thread -- trouble technician
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He works as a technician *trouble*
Complete thread -- what is patient's complaint and symptoms? tentative diagnosis?
Complete thread -- ;-) ! lol!
Complete thread -- (excellent suggestion! I checked all the common GNRs; it never occurred to me to ck Staph
Complete thread -- maybe the patient has crabs...get it?? crustation=crustacean, haha. I know, lame!!
Complete thread -- (I believe doc tripped on word order, "risk of greater stenosis or death" = my sense of
Complete thread -- (you are correct; it is doc's abbreviation for corneal reflex, usually ck'd for by touchin
Complete thread -- (my sense is this phrase might stand for all the previous "consultation" screening labwork
Complete thread -- Question though- What is greater than death? Not understanding
Complete thread -- That is it! Brilliant! Thank you!
Complete thread -- S. saphrophyticus? I don't know how to say your s/l
Complete thread -- including obtaining abdominal ultrasound, *total of screening crustation*
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- (thanks for posting this for archives! Makes good sense once one hears the expansion!)
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I like your tip on how to google it better. : )
Complete thread -- That is it. I could not figure how an 8 could possibly work in that sentence..
Complete thread -- (the first "N" of drug name could have been lost in "n" of "given" providing OP gave us a
Complete thread -- I've never heard this, but I suppose a BMP-8 would be the same as a chem-8
Complete thread -- plus it makes sense in context of pulm fibrosis
Complete thread -- much better guess N-acetylcysteine.
Complete thread -- I really like this suggestion; "s" and "f" are so easily confused on audio
Complete thread -- (I like acdaca's suggestion. Also, probably "spinal bones," not "bone"?
Complete thread -- acetylcysteine (ck the spelling)
Complete thread -- could that be severe and not serial?
Complete thread -- It is for pain so not sure how relevant this is.
Complete thread -- There is something called Actiq which comes in 600 mg
Complete thread -- Sorry about the double post.
Complete thread -- Was given *ass-sih-toe fifteen uh six hundred* mg 3 times a day. I do think
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Poly-Vi-Sol dops?
Complete thread -- taking *par vise il* drops
Complete thread -- MRI L-spine, never heard it put as "serial" lumbar ddd
Complete thread -- urine culture revealed SL Sapertetes? resistant to cefzoline, oxacillin & penicillin
Complete thread -- is there a risk greater than death?
Complete thread -- NM. I found it. It is cotton wisp.
Complete thread -- HEENT: Pupils equally round and responsive to light. Patient is positive
Complete thread -- I would NOT go w/ this suggestion. I could not find any good hits/info for aid car in
Complete thread -- By the way, mtdictionary.com is the best...go check it out
Complete thread -- paucicellular
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- SROM-type
Complete thread -- Hip x-ray shows a *ess-sir-ron type* total hip arthroplasty. SM for
Complete thread -- s/l pelcy cellular -
Complete thread -- maybe thats it. makes sense. thanks!
Complete thread -- I've never heard it before, but found several hits for 'aid car'? SM
Complete thread -- s/l a-car. short for ambulance car or something?
Complete thread -- usually it is bladder tack - JMHO
Complete thread -- He has restenosis risk, death or greater, because of high.....
Complete thread -- Help please " restenosis risk death and greater"
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- probably bladder tuck
Complete thread -- Bladder tech?
Complete thread -- Check your account's DO NOT USE list,!!!!!@!
Complete thread -- (hmmm...something seems amiss with laparoscopic prostate exam (scan); endoscopic or urethr
Complete thread -- That must be it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- your s/l = OU
Complete thread -- OS = left eye; OD = right eye; OU = both eyes ??
Complete thread -- owe, your are so jealous of her, follow, wait, stalk shame on you.
Complete thread -- (ignore my post above! :-)
Complete thread -- way wag: "next labs-gathering prostate scan"?
Complete thread -- You're welcome.
Complete thread -- oops--laparoscopic
Complete thread -- laparscopic?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- wag wondering: juxta-thalamic or juxta-capsular?
Complete thread -- BiPAP
Complete thread -- Timolol ophthalmic 0.5% one drop "O-yo". (Social history follows.)
Complete thread -- please help. TY
Complete thread -- Astra-8 is right.
Complete thread -- First one is somnolence (ck spelling)
Complete thread -- his next s/l "lab scabbing prostate scan."
Complete thread -- Google mono leukocytosis.
Complete thread -- Two things, see msg. TIA
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is it.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I looked it up and sort of found that. This guy uses about 4 letters of every
Complete thread -- I "think" it is mononuclear
Complete thread -- Relpax
Complete thread -- what would you expand mono to? This is in assessment. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ok thank!
Complete thread -- I looked that up in the archives. They do not recast generally, only
Complete thread -- subxiphoid
Complete thread -- how to recast? The entire suture line was then Lemberted.
Complete thread -- s/l roll packs for mirgraine headache
Complete thread -- s/l sub-zoy-foyd region
Complete thread -- OMG! thanks very much for your help
Complete thread -- Skip this, has to be MRCN without the and in the sentence
Complete thread -- subxiphoid
Complete thread -- did you read her question? The things with beads IN them,
Complete thread -- MRC? Guy with recurrent fevers. Doc is very clear.
Complete thread -- 4.6 x 10 to the 8th per mL in my opinion
Complete thread -- wrist pain, s/l is mushy, only hearing "inter"
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- *just kidding* cerebrovascular accident
Complete thread -- z's
Complete thread -- completing a previous Roux-en-Y. The previous s/l sy-po-zygoid incision was entered.
Complete thread -- Don't think so, but thanks. Sending on to QA
Complete thread -- No vaginal stenosis previously.
Complete thread -- There is a middle Eastern/folk drum called a tambour, but it's played by hitting with the
Complete thread -- try being more specific like what proper name?
Complete thread -- perhaps right-sided?
Complete thread -- but it is spelled tambourines (according to One Look0
Complete thread -- A tambourine is like a drum with little metal plates in pairs around the perimeter.
Complete thread -- maracas.
Complete thread -- tambrines
Complete thread -- musical instrument?
Complete thread -- open reduction and "right-sue" fixation of metacarpal shaft fracture. Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- what's with the hyphens
Complete thread -- No vomiting episodes currently?
Complete thread -- security break? Often surgeons will schedule a pause just before they cut.
Complete thread -- Flushings?
Complete thread -- Pls. see message TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sounds fine to me
Complete thread -- proper name ending with Z. looking in grammar sites and looks to be debatable
Complete thread -- distal radius fracture - ESL doctor.
Complete thread -- I found samples of dictator and MT put "diagnostic and surgical"--sounds good to me.
Complete thread -- The number of syllables in your s/l has me wondering if it's "with and without"
Complete thread -- Collodion???
Complete thread -- Procedure-removal mass, scalp-closure "sl Calodin was placed over scalp incisoions."n
Complete thread -- aldosterone something?
Complete thread -- Procedure performed: s/l DNS arthroscopy of the right shoulder.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!!
Complete thread -- CT scan of the abdomen with *can in uhl* contrast
Complete thread -- *al dest rin a dale* level
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- which is against?
Complete thread -- left great toe.
Complete thread -- PVD of the "great left toe"
Complete thread -- Yes, I find it in searching.
Complete thread -- sed rate of 17 which is a s/l guessed infection and his T4 was normal at 8.3
Complete thread -- sm for honking murmur
Complete thread -- Yes, as in honking (sound). Check out honking murmur.
Complete thread -- pronounced incorrectly, I have a PA who calls it that too...
Complete thread -- can you hear Hodgkin-Key?
Complete thread -- duh, it's EF
Complete thread -- Chest is clear. Heart regular rate and rhythm, has a grade 2/6 systolic murmur,
Complete thread -- Replacement of G-tube. I can only find Lubriderm lotion but nothing for medical proc
Complete thread -- ventricular size with an *E R* of 60%
Complete thread -- transient
Complete thread -- Is there a medicine called "nambutone" or just nabumetone pronounced incorrectly?
Complete thread -- The Euflexxa injection gave him some s/l tan-gee-ent relief.
Complete thread -- *Russians* were also used to remove the acute blood.
Complete thread -- s/l super key break
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I think she's saying NuLev. Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l nula sublingual...no dosage info. The patient has had intermittent abdominal
Complete thread -- thanks much
Complete thread -- wonder if "Moscow clean" is mucoperiosteal?
Complete thread -- 1.) an element of spinal stenosis
Complete thread -- 2.) The rhythm is definitely sinus. ?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- that is totally client preference, either is fine
Complete thread -- s/l*Moscow clean fistula* of the hard palate
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- s/l hox genonome
Complete thread -- I meant q.h.s. not 2 h.s. but my question is about the number versus #.
Complete thread -- doc says dispense number 30- is this how it is written?
Complete thread -- I've flagged. Thanks for trying, though!!
Complete thread -- thank you! that's it!
Complete thread -- a postoperative shoe and an Ace bandage?
Complete thread -- post-op something!
Complete thread -- No prob! I found it here... youcan put in partial (i put in PEN)
Complete thread -- sialogogues?
Complete thread -- Wav sent again.... Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Thank You! I just could not get enough of it to even search!!
Complete thread -- Pennsauken :)
Complete thread -- s/l "theragogues"
Complete thread -- wav sent- Social history of patient-He works in the_______school district.(in NJ)
Complete thread -- WAG....could it be "signs of cellulitis"?
Complete thread -- Tp has s/l chinas cellulitis of her right leg noted. Thank you.
Complete thread -- another longshot cystic mass?
Complete thread -- Yes that is what I decided to change it to. Thanks for verifying.
Complete thread -- Are you allowed to change it to very?
Complete thread -- PT is child. He has been eating and drinking adequately and stooling
Complete thread -- ugh
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- why not? seems to make sense
Complete thread -- tnx again
Complete thread -- Agree.
Complete thread -- Are you absolutely sure the grostic part isn't a slurred #? 7-inch thick mass for example.
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- wag.... I suggested treadmill; we will do it while on medication.
Complete thread -- another wav
Complete thread -- "abort"? as an instruction to the MT? looks like he starts his
Complete thread -- I think taken down means using Vicryl as a tourniquet prob at distal portion
Complete thread -- He indicates that the patient has presented from his perspective *S/L ...
Complete thread -- ? thiamine (Try OneLook.com for the "men" sound, enter *min, etc.)
Complete thread -- pls help with medication spelling - s/l thigh-men 100 mg daily
Complete thread -- tnx darlene hear it clearly now
Complete thread -- agree with bronchogenic CA.
Complete thread -- I hear bronchogenic Ca (cancer)
Complete thread -- thanks will listen for that.
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- perhaps just saying forearm tourniquet?
Complete thread -- perhaps just saying forearm tourniquet?
Complete thread -- type of tourniquet - sm
Complete thread -- (thanks!)
Complete thread -- Third toe amputation, s/l interdigit silhouette.
Complete thread -- I hear you
Complete thread -- I think he has left out something after taken down i.e., and something something with 2-0
Complete thread -- it's
Complete thread -- I don't know, scratching my head here.
Complete thread -- attenuated microbubbles in the basal position
Complete thread -- Why would he ligate a tie? sounds all messed up.
Complete thread -- The right external jugular vein was "taken down to 2-0 Vicryl ties."
Complete thread -- s/l 10 micro bubbles
Complete thread -- coil appears correct..see link scan down to paragraphs around image 3
Complete thread -- meaning - causes of her dementia that can be fixed - like nutrition, electrolytes, etc.
Complete thread -- Yes. See link
Complete thread -- FYI m˛ can also be written sq m just as cm˛ can also be written sq cm
Complete thread -- Of course! Thank you so very much.
Complete thread -- Longshot perhaps: soft tissue mass?
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but thanks very much for trying.
Complete thread -- thanks billybob; will flag as i can't think of what this could be; thanks for all help
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- cementless?
Complete thread -- no, if it's gross it isn't questionable.
Complete thread -- yes,
Complete thread -- PTT. The 3 coags PT, INR and/or PTT.
Complete thread -- here's more context with a second blank of same
Complete thread -- I dont know. Where is this mass?
Complete thread -- questioning self; does reversible causes make sense?
Complete thread -- 62 y/o male collapsed in front of Carl's Jr. Challenging lab result here.
Complete thread -- s/l grostic mass; gross thick mass make sense?
Complete thread -- nnm, you need a semicolon after 40 (before however), not a comma!
Complete thread -- femur was prepared for the s/l "et-less" component
Complete thread -- varus and valgus alignment
Complete thread -- Shoot, just got it...protective plate. Never mind.
Complete thread -- A s/l "pitta" plate was then placed over the patella to protect it from further bone
Complete thread -- adequate full extension as well as s/l "flurescent basal flammin" in both extension a
Complete thread -- Thanks, all.
Complete thread -- PCL insertion?
Complete thread -- PCL insertion?
Complete thread -- PCL insertion?
Complete thread -- PCL insertion maybe?
Complete thread -- access was marked in the AP direction corresponding to s/l "PCO zertion" and middle t
Complete thread -- Awesome. Thanks to both of U guys!!!
Complete thread -- yes, thanks.
Complete thread -- oh thank you!!!!
Complete thread -- clopidogrel (Plavix)
Complete thread -- mucinous??
Complete thread -- ear infecftion with some kind of fluid it inner space of ear
Complete thread -- med that sounds like "clo-PRID-uh-jil"
Complete thread -- kwashiorkor.
Complete thread -- kwashiorkor's
Complete thread -- grade 2 what?
Complete thread -- yes, I think that's it "backup rate" thank you so very much
Complete thread -- backup grade 2 transcutaneous...
Complete thread -- on a backup rate of tc pacing ? are there heart issues??
Complete thread -- on a backup ? for tc pacing at 40, however, this was increased TO 60...?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- critical patient with subarachnoid hemorrhage, plse sm
Complete thread -- Is your above statement something a doctor can assess during a PE exam?
Complete thread -- Listing diagnoses s/l quashikoor's. dictated as 3. Quashikoors/failure to thriv
Complete thread -- Should "nocturnal oximetry" be seperate from the PE?
Complete thread -- Thanks - VR throws some goofy things, I wasn't sure about that one.
Complete thread -- in the stent placed prior in-stent
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "in-stent" or "instant" restenosis?
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Cannot help you if you cannot help us help.
Complete thread -- either/or is fine. Account preference rules. If they don't have a preference, then the
Complete thread -- 5th or fifth rib?
Complete thread -- Will order below-knee prosthesis as described inside...
Complete thread -- After the anterior femoral cuts were made it was s/l "threaded with knot knot steamer
Complete thread -- No history of seizure, s/l "parl lath ol or ensa gravid."
Complete thread -- I know; the docs always find multiple diagnoses interesting; for the patient, not so much.
Complete thread -- Wow, really? Check out #9.
Complete thread -- i mean oculogyric crisis
Complete thread -- found it, *ocular gyric crisis *thanks
Complete thread -- steps is said where? Please try not to edit too much. Steps were taken to do
Complete thread -- psych. not psychE . psychE sm
Complete thread -- and I do want to say thank you again for your help. I had to wait and go back into sm
Complete thread -- dysdiadochokinesis? also a wag
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- doesn't seem to fit, but I'm wondering "opticokinetic nystagmus"?
Complete thread -- I don't even understand what you're asking, much less "what he could
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l *okeojyokyasis* , any guesses? thanks
Complete thread -- I put LOL as a way to say I understood the confusion not to laugh at someone. Why sm
Complete thread -- Transcribing a stat trach tube, that starts out with "s/l Steps" in the patient's
Complete thread -- Thanks, me too.
Complete thread -- yes no
Complete thread -- Skip this, thanks.
Complete thread -- If he just says gent, do you assume gentamicin or that he is changing his mind?
Complete thread -- Maybe not putting LOL, laughing at someone trying to help when they're going by wha
Complete thread -- Excuse me. How do I have nerve? I was not being rude. Just verifying a misunderstanding.
Complete thread -- I understood no more could be posted because of patient name. However,
Complete thread -- Legionnaires - I was so far off..
Complete thread -- I understand what you are saying but I was referring to why there is no more posted here.
Complete thread -- I heard engineers, legioneers (? sp) 10 years, etc
Complete thread -- I hear engineers
Complete thread -- engineers?
Complete thread -- recruiter for cough, cough. LOL. something neers, ners.. ?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- maybe dysarthric? Is pt in for a possible stroke?
Complete thread -- he is making a change, not really "backing up on the tape", but
Complete thread -- and chest and lower back and hips
Complete thread -- argh. MY BAD. Ignore this. I totally overlooked the 2nd 'effect'. I need a break. SO
Complete thread -- it is always 'side effects' regarding medications. Medications have side effects.
Complete thread -- It's a verb.
Complete thread -- do not include any medication side effects to effect functional capabilities
Complete thread -- I wasn't even close...it was "post"
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- not tachycardic?
Complete thread -- SpeedStitch
Complete thread -- He was afebrile, not s/l dyscardiac, normal blood pressure.
Complete thread -- Nope he is not backing up. That has patient name.... that cannot be posted.
Complete thread -- agree that he just left off care or protocol or some such. No semicolons needed
Complete thread -- s/l " and neck --- and back --- lower back and hip. Wish you have more of the first
Complete thread -- Not sure. I think I'll go with Doxepin. Thanks so much! nm
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me. he was given constipation care along with bowel prep, wound care, etc.
Complete thread -- ..she has pain over the right shoulder, neck,____, lower back and hip.
Complete thread -- " . . . constipation was given." Fabulous! Pls see inside.
Complete thread -- Betcha someone is reading a handwritten lower case "d" as a capital "L."
Complete thread -- Not sure. Just fired an email about it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Many printers can't handle sub or superscript nowadays. Unless your account
Complete thread -- Depends on account specs. I am not allowed to as they do not print correctly.
Complete thread -- don't know of anything but doxepin, unless he is confusing with Lexapro?
Complete thread -- agree with missed AB for second s/l.. but your first s/l pls consider below suggestion..
Complete thread -- Pt also has bipolar affective disorder, ADD & ADHD...nm
Complete thread -- Med for insomnia, S/L "loxepin"??? S/L doxepin, but with a strong "L"
Complete thread -- apology. i just googled missed abortion and there is such a term. thanx for all the help!
Complete thread -- Opus s/l speed stitch suture
Complete thread -- m2? Do we routinely superscript the 2? I haven't heard that in awhile.
Complete thread -- Medtronic makes Activa PC and RC
Complete thread -- #1 -pregnancies was characterized as; second one maybe - missed baby?
Complete thread -- s/l #1 - characterized as a fetal heartbeat - is what I hear...
Complete thread -- It was Cawthorne, thanks so much! Am marking link, thanks again.
Complete thread -- NM. One of the first "general" interventions for vestibular problems were the Cawthorne-C
Complete thread -- didn't listen, but your s/l makes me think of Codman exercises.
Complete thread -- Yea! That was it! ...
Complete thread -- thanx
Complete thread -- MP3 file posted, thanks
Complete thread -- yes, thank you
Complete thread -- You go ahead, will change mine to MP3.
Complete thread -- mortar and pestle?
Complete thread -- hmmm, maybe. Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- I just resent my wav over yours because i just sent mine. please post wav again soon.
Complete thread -- It is not Brandt-Daroff, Semont, Epley. Does not sound like them.
Complete thread -- second s/l missed AB (abortion, but then what's missed)
Complete thread -- s/l morter and tessel
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. For those without wav, sounds like cogburn
Complete thread -- I hear the wav. I sent the whole paragraph and put stars at the start and end of the wav
Complete thread -- *It is noted that the pattern* of liver synthetic function
Complete thread -- No wav.. want to retry? what are the S/Ls
Complete thread -- bulla (or bullae)?
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- wav sent
Complete thread -- infertility eval. SM
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- glow?
Complete thread -- s/l "out" plse sm for context
Complete thread -- coil?
Complete thread -- quetiapine
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Pt has psychosis/depression is on escitalopram and s/l catiopine
Complete thread -- significant *clo* artifact
Complete thread -- I had to send on with blank, but with my volvulus context, think it was "traumatic."
Complete thread -- Can't help those who can't help themselves.
Complete thread -- Where'd Hooot Hoooooot Hooooootie go? :D Maybe she'll see it. I hope
Complete thread -- He may have meant that, but if so it sure didn't come out that way. Thanks.
Complete thread -- it happens to everyone
Complete thread -- ooooh, I like this one...bet U R right
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- IF the stomach is UP IN.. then how about a diaphragmatic hernia
Complete thread -- neither really make sense. Two 50 mL boluseS or A 250 mL bolus
Complete thread -- that's what I was thinking too.
Complete thread -- MIGHT help if we know age of patient, what for, etc. PLEASE check rules 4 posting
Complete thread -- Since Coumadin is warfarin perhaps she stopped
Complete thread -- she is clear as a bell, i had better flag it.
Complete thread -- Warfarin is often taking every other day. Is she trying for days of the week?
Complete thread -- doc spells W-A-R-T-F pls sm for context
Complete thread -- Ptn received "two-fifty boluses" of normal saline. "250 boluses" or "two 50 boluses"?
Complete thread -- I find there is a CA 27-29 with normal usually less than 40. see link and
Complete thread -- It's prodromed.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I can't. I've gone down the whole list under "hernia" in Stedman's GI and
Complete thread -- wonder if U R hearing "within a femoral hernia" ...see link for that and
Complete thread -- done including CEA 0.8 , * CA28-2923*
Complete thread -- The stomach was noted to be up within a s/l "dermatta" hernia.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- (this one seems more likely.)
Complete thread -- I suspect "tra" might be "tri." Is he mispositioning syllables "maturing tri-linear hemat
Complete thread -- trilineage hematopoiesis
Complete thread -- Forgot to say, see link
Complete thread -- under if it is "blunt dissection using Ray-Tec(s)" which is
Complete thread -- The Fuhrman grade is determined by looking at kidney cancer ....
Complete thread -- maturing *fine linear tra* hematopoiesis
Complete thread -- got it, Fuhrman 2
Complete thread -- she underwent an open right partial nephrectomy with the final pathology showing s/l
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I forgot to post further link on Activa to see if this is one needed
Complete thread -- Activa sm
Complete thread -- hmmm....or maybe he trimmed off the excess mesh? w/ "over cut" being correct?
Complete thread -- Sounds most like this, but I'm still not certain. Thanks for all suggestions. May just
Complete thread -- Wag wondering here....a misspeak? Did he mean to say "oversewn" instead?
Complete thread -- the questions, "How was school?" and "How are you?" and she required
Complete thread -- sorry, hit enter too soon. are you?" verbally.
Complete thread -- answer the questions, "What's your name?" and "How old are you?
Complete thread -- The lateral edges of the mesh were then *over cut*
Complete thread -- and blunt dissection using two *ray cuts*.
Complete thread -- how would you punctuate this sentence?
Complete thread -- punctuated?
Complete thread -- 116 isn't particularly thin.
Complete thread -- prodromed
Complete thread -- (I and Archives thank you! :-)
Complete thread -- Loss of consciousness would occur sporadically, often *pon-chured* by sharp odors.
Complete thread -- brand name of an internal pulse generator s/l ACTIVA PC with extension leads
Complete thread -- (thanks, makes sense.)
Complete thread -- Found it! It is hilar twist.
Complete thread -- thanks, that's right
Complete thread -- is it "a little bit else" not great English, but . . .
Complete thread -- lung laceration - s/l hilar tish or high lartish
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l *elks*, any ideas? thanks
Complete thread -- felon, "the felonious felon" = my mnemonic
Complete thread -- felon
Complete thread -- foot injury-
Complete thread -- pungent?
Complete thread -- IF the 1B is the stage, that is IB (always Roman ) see link
Complete thread -- ophthalmology question +2/-2
Complete thread -- and 160 mg, but there is definitely not a 100 mg dose
Complete thread -- Saunders Pharmaceutical Word Book shows OxyContin up to 80 mg only
Complete thread -- yes, that was corrected, thanks!
Complete thread -- no cap on in situ, then "left breast, T1 1B N0, status post left mastectomy"
Complete thread -- Nothing gives a clue what it is for? that is indeed sketchy
Complete thread -- my context is sketchy too - will flag
Complete thread -- Need more context, not so sure that is oxycontin how about oxacillin? Or some cillin
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l oxycontin "cycling" tablets 100 mg po bid
Complete thread -- of the left breast, T1 *1B* N0 status post left mastectomy.
Complete thread -- Thanks ngkggk! :)
Complete thread -- posterior tibial, superficial and deep peroneal nerves.
Complete thread -- I hear Herceptin also.
Complete thread -- s/l carboplatin, but not sure if for breast cancer SM
Complete thread -- I'm thinking it is "foil" - finding more references with foil leaflet
Complete thread -- Lexapro, lorazepam, carboplatin, Herceptin. (think he was correcting himself w/Herceptin)
Complete thread -- Do I need commas between posterior, tibial, superficial, etc.?
Complete thread -- Echocardiogram - thickened s/l "foil" segment on the posterior leaflet
Complete thread -- try here SM
Complete thread -- Wav sent! Med help....
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- fixed defect of the inferior wall s/m
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- ESL: Nuclear scan shows "fix-ee-dif-call" inferior wall with reversible defect of the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1.Coronary artery disease. a. Anterior MI 10/08. b. LV ...
Complete thread -- intermittent claudication.
Complete thread -- "chondral defect, it is important to choose a procedure that is relatively .... trix that
Complete thread -- s/l *pit*... Does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- Never mind--it was small opercular infarct.
Complete thread -- WAV file, in for chest pain.
Complete thread -- Soto-Hall sign?
Complete thread -- Thanks I thought as much, but was not sure.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- What part of the body? What is patient's problem?
Complete thread -- thx!!
Complete thread -- Problem is he may be saying "evacuated." I have had
Complete thread -- Ash catheter
Complete thread -- That's probably normal for most countries. Americans are the fattest people in the world.
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- s/l Ashcath placement on the right subclavian area,
Complete thread -- googling shows is can be described that way..see link
Complete thread -- s/l pergular infarct. He developed vasospasm postop with a small frontal lobe *s/l pe
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- med/surg if you use the short forms.
Complete thread -- medical/surgical floor, med/surg.
Complete thread -- I think that is correct! I kept thinking he was saying "evacuated". Thanks.
Complete thread -- evagination /evag·i·na·tion/ (e-vaj″ĭ-na´shun) obtrusion of a layer or part to form a pou
Complete thread -- med/surge-sent too soon
Complete thread -- correct way to type med/surge
Complete thread -- ok thanks - seemed low, but who knows if no height given
Complete thread -- No. I don't see any reason to flag?
Complete thread -- ingrown toenail
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "other parameters"...
Complete thread -- ?invaginated (check)
Complete thread -- should I flag a weight of 110 pounds on a 16yo ....sm
Complete thread -- s/l "in-vog-u-nated"
Complete thread -- He is referring to a loading dose of Plavix and then the
Complete thread -- Thanks much!!
Complete thread -- tests for commas for adjectives in a series are to
Complete thread -- Thanks to all! I was doubting myself too much, I guess.
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oops typo sulcal and gyral adjectives...etc
Complete thread -- sulci & gyri nouns, sulca and gyral adjectives.. you need adj to
Complete thread -- montelukast.
Complete thread -- She is a morbidly obese 27-year-old single white female...I don't need commas do I?sm
Complete thread -- Just like cervical and thoracic spine is... remote and current memory is
Complete thread -- med s/l ** mon-LAY-low-cast **
Complete thread -- pattern is single pattern is. If you want to change pattern to patternS then you can
Complete thread -- got it "and IGRT"
Complete thread -- are
Complete thread -- That could be. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Opinion...please SM
Complete thread -- He has been part time with the fire department for 3 years...is what I hear...
Complete thread -- has less cough and...
Complete thread -- Could U B hearing "bilateral apical pleural thickening" ??...see link
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- Wonder if he is referring to "A Gram stain" and saying "A GS" ??
Complete thread -- radiotherapy, s/l 90-O-T pls sm for sentence
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray showed bilateral s/l by-kell pleural thickening that is nonspecific.
Complete thread -- OBGYN - word help - sm
Complete thread -- could you be hearing counterweight?
Complete thread -- 600 mg of Plavix **tap on then** 75 p.o. daily
Complete thread -- This is something some people many not understand. For instance
Complete thread -- old med, but laudanum
Complete thread -- ok, thanks so much for confirming
Complete thread -- no, it is not correct.
Complete thread -- I did search archives and found in dictionary online but is it correct?
Complete thread -- right upper extremity was positioned with an overhead traction boom and a s/l caraway
Complete thread -- WHEW Found it...it is a brand name Possis Medical company makes it..:D
Complete thread -- thanks. SOrry it took so long to get back. This report is 28 minutes long.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l car-chur. (never had this doc before)
Complete thread -- not sure why else dictator would put positive and negative together, hence, the ?
Complete thread -- It doesn't sound like it. It sounds like some kind of phrase. I'll go ahead and flag
Complete thread -- OP stated it did NOT sound like stumble or correction!
Complete thread -- is it possible the dictator was changing her mind to be negative instead of positive?
Complete thread -- In a thrombectomy, this type of method is dictated, not clear. Please see message!
Complete thread -- google c677t mutation...
Complete thread -- This does not sound like a stumble or correction. Any idea what she could mean?
Complete thread -- s/l "open northside" frame
Complete thread -- My Stedman's ortho book (2nd edition) shows it lowercase.
Complete thread -- s/l *N C H F R* DNA mutation
Complete thread -- hand surgery Anchovy procedure. Anyone know if this is capped?
Complete thread -- WAG but Valsalva maneuver?
Complete thread -- it also sounds like "pon-trane"
Complete thread -- Bacterial vaginosis resolved. "Punching" issues re: bacterial vaginosis are discussed
Complete thread -- Abdomen: She does have some mild tenderness in the left upper quadrant. sm
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- Sending on to QA. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway, folks! I'm going to send it with a blank to QA. Enjoy the day!
Complete thread -- short report. text included in message
Complete thread -- thank you. I thought that might be it, but wondered if I was missing something.
Complete thread -- Can you think of a pain med that sounds like "baw-duh-num"?
Complete thread -- Thanks, but don't think so. Has a definite "sho" sound in front of field.
Complete thread -- visual field defect?
Complete thread -- Does he say anywhere before what type of inhalation therapy the patient
Complete thread -- Ophthalmologic help please. S/l "Shoefield" or short field defect
Complete thread -- sorry neutrahist
Complete thread -- drugs.com gives AccuHist, Neutraist, Unit-Hist, no *vist or *mist
Complete thread -- Never mind. He takes it out later.
Complete thread -- wav. please help. supplemental oxygen and ____ inhalation therapy
Complete thread -- Maybe an abbreviation for anterior chain lymphadenopathy?
Complete thread -- BenzaClin. googled "acne medication benza" then waited before pushing enter & this came up
Complete thread -- s/l benzacleanse for acne. Pt's only medication.
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- medication just listed _s/l"sencuvist"_ drops. Not sure for what?
Complete thread -- Yes. Thank you.
Complete thread -- listen for 120 instead of 20; 70 and 120?
Complete thread -- Pacemaker programmed DDDR 70 *apnea* and 20 BPM.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying but that's not it. It sounds like the letter I then lee.
Complete thread -- maybe ilio____ (hip joint
Complete thread -- s/l I-lee orthosis. This is from a peer review in a list of records provided.
Complete thread -- Sorry was supposed to read You're welcome. Accidently hit enter.
Complete thread -- You
Complete thread -- thank you so much. she really butchered that word!
Complete thread -- sorry it is spelled Ehrlichia titers
Complete thread -- erlichia titer check spelling.
Complete thread -- patient has tick bites. they did a Lyme titer, Rocky Mountain spotted fever titer
Complete thread -- never mind. Just found that it is given for otitis media, which is recurrent in this child
Complete thread -- Actually sounding like ceftrixone, but can not find that it is used for above problem.
Complete thread -- Patient with otits media, hyperreactive airway disease versus croup. Patient given
Complete thread -- cat-scratch disease, cat scratch disease, catscratch disease. Finding all three ways
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- ethambutol?
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- It could be if he has had multiple cystoscopies.
Complete thread -- s/l Butamolol for pain
Complete thread -- Recurrent UTI
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- nvm, i finally got in and found it, under Range. same as BOS 2,
Complete thread -- Anybody know what the BOS 3 deal is for 2-3+? My KB Benchmark
Complete thread -- ?buspirone (Buspar)
Complete thread -- if my nose drips I'd use a tissue not heparin.
Complete thread -- "OGTT" (oral glucose tolerance test)
Complete thread -- What was it before it was attacked?
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- LOL! For some reason it showed up like that when I copied and pasted? ...
Complete thread -- Got it...obturator!
Complete thread -- Honey, there is no way you two are "even". You came out way ahead, lol.
Complete thread -- Palate reconstruction (s/l oshurator)
Complete thread -- Interesting. Are you an alien from another planet trying to make contact
Complete thread -- What is a ¨ý" #25 gauge needle? the volar wrist area was injected?
Complete thread -- I, however, discussed WE need to monitor for ..
Complete thread -- Potentially be lethal
Complete thread -- fitted?
Complete thread -- Victoza maybe?
Complete thread -- Using a ¨ý" #25 gauge needle at 45 degrees just proximal to the S/ ...
Complete thread -- might be flagging again
Complete thread -- darn. ugh. disease screen. potentially be fatal??? monitor for diabetes?
Complete thread -- WAV again
Complete thread -- Insulin-treated diabetes. Hard time losing weight. Discussed if "vic-trow-sa" might
Complete thread -- endarterectomy
Complete thread -- Glucagon.
Complete thread -- Win?? Is that you? seriously?
Complete thread -- You took the words right out of my mouth! Holy Cow is right!!
Complete thread -- He had a normal s/l "glugot" of 75.
Complete thread -- pterional craniotomy. Peritoneal????????????? look up pterion. HOLY
Complete thread -- you won't find pterional in One Look either; maybe this is a typo?
Complete thread -- YEP. and he finally says it again at the end. TYVM
Complete thread -- could that be NovoLog?
Complete thread -- thanks flagging the remaining
Complete thread -- Thanks. I would have never thought it started with a p.
Complete thread -- pterional
Complete thread -- s/l "trinal" craniotomy incision.
Complete thread -- and the need to look for ...
Complete thread -- how bout this WAV?
Complete thread -- Wouldn't matter because heparin drops makes no sense. Who cares if gtt
Complete thread -- No, that was the point originally. You would NOT have heparin drops. and gtt whether cap
Complete thread -- not sure tx
Complete thread -- In list of medications. 2. Lantus 44 units subcutaneously at bedtime, s/l no plug,
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- ITA. But we do it. I am so over this job. Let all the newbies have it.
Complete thread -- typical docspeak. If you look in a surgical instrument book under tonsil or tonsillar
Complete thread -- cGy = centigray. Why is that capped where it is?
Complete thread -- ????? That is my point!!! GEEZE. If your nose drips, it is very different than using nose
Complete thread -- s/l "tonsil" used for transection
Complete thread -- I think they should MAKE ESLs do templated reports and sign them and give that
Complete thread -- since they are so opposed to do this ?
Complete thread -- Well actually the 'degress' was my type. I changed it to degrees as that
Complete thread -- I would leave blanks for stuff that made no sense. Might just be
Complete thread -- Why should it be necessary to TELL an MT to use a reference?
Complete thread -- WAV
Complete thread -- nose drips?
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- If gt = drip and it does and gtt = drops and it does, then heparin gtt would
Complete thread -- Then we're even, aren't we? Except I'm not calling you names, nor laughing at you
Complete thread -- Welcome To My Nightmare. If this guy can't bother to speak properly, why should I try to
Complete thread -- And what, on top of nothing, have you continued to contribute?
Complete thread -- How would that be helpful? gtt=drops (like nose drops - 2 drops each nostril), NOT drips.
Complete thread -- What's "degress of sound"??? I'm already lost on that one.
Complete thread -- Maybe they hoped that DRIP would help with heparin DRIP and that gtt = drops and why
Complete thread -- PAY DIRT? Once again, I have a wonderful ESL dictator (not!)
Complete thread -- Sorry, I forget no one can think around here. my bad. Glad you were able to continue
Complete thread -- THEN TELL HER WHAT IT IS - OR HOW TO FIND OUT WHAT IT IS. How does your answer do
Complete thread -- Nevermind - duh - Jansen-Middleton forceps
Complete thread -- s/l "chance in and Middleton"
Complete thread -- Wow! I got it FINALLY. It's "viral illness!" lol Thanks!
Complete thread -- is the ending sounding like the end of something like ---omas, i.e., lipomas or such?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you guys
Complete thread -- Then she needs to learn what gtt is and know what a heparin drip is, and I don't
Complete thread -- because she has no idea what it is, and your answer did nothing to help her.
Complete thread -- maybe because heparin drops simply sounds too silly. :D
Complete thread -- First, I should mention that Stedman's Abbrev has the
Complete thread -- drip, why would it be capped?
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- heparin gtt
Complete thread -- please help to properly punctuate this.
Complete thread -- googling does bring up what appear to be valid "ovarian bleeding" hits. But
Complete thread -- They don't care. just do not give a rip.
Complete thread -- the horror!
Complete thread -- Actually, googling YOUR s/l, you can see the pronunciation on the very 1st hit!
Complete thread -- If you had googled ezetimibe, you would have seen the pronunciation on the 2nd hit!!!! It
Complete thread -- When I saw ezetimibe, I thought it was pronounced more like "eze-tim-abee"
Complete thread -- I don't know if you're a newbie or not, but with time you will find
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound like your s/l? It's ONLY off by "ide" as opposed to your "ibe." Wth
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you. I was coming to post that I did hear that now.
Complete thread -- aortic root
Complete thread -- Yes, did that, but it sure doesn't s/l ezetimibe, so I thought it might be something else
Complete thread -- Help needed with echo please. Hispanic dictator.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Try googling your exact s/l
Complete thread -- med s/l "ezetimide"
Complete thread -- I'd think uterine also.
Complete thread -- ovarian bleeding? How can they determine that? Must be uterine, right?
Complete thread -- ovarian bleeding? How can they determine that? Must be uterine, right?
Complete thread -- bonkers. so inappropriate, your answers.
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- maybe dysplasia encasing the .
Complete thread -- Maybe encasing the vessels? Just a guess.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- fibrous dysplasia and s/l "casing" of the trigeminal branches,
Complete thread -- tick-associated illness, etc.?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- facile.
Complete thread -- fusiform
Complete thread -- s/l sheeza-form swelling
Complete thread -- s/l fasile
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks.
Complete thread -- found a few hits for vents see link inside
Complete thread -- MyLab 25
Complete thread -- How about MyLab (m y l a b) 25 ultrasound
Complete thread -- ortho word help - sm
Complete thread -- s/l "Mylet M-Y-L-A beat" 25 ultrasound machine
Complete thread -- Thanks. It is so all over the globe.
Complete thread -- then I'd consider tick(s) tick bites for something like Lyme disease, etc.
Complete thread -- thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- This is an ID consult. Bilateral pneumonia, sepsis, respiratory failure, antibiotic
Complete thread -- ticks? as in tick bites??? you don't say what the problem even is?
Complete thread -- Warmline?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- thank you very much! I really appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- decorticate
Complete thread -- s/l tecordic posturing
Complete thread -- I would look up those words and see what is what before using.
Complete thread -- Med s/l fusibane/vusibane/busibane - PMH is positive for anziety.
Complete thread -- it should not be chord. chorda, chordae, chordal all fine, but not chord
Complete thread -- I'll make note for next time. Thanks again....
Complete thread -- re mitral valve can be chord, chordal and chordae sm
Complete thread -- yes as anatomically, it is the mitral valve chordae that is ruptured, that specific struct
Complete thread -- an open? exploratory? routine? how many syllables?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your responses. I may not have phrased my question sm...
Complete thread -- s/l *warm line*.. Does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- This is hateful - she responded only to the bullet point right above
Complete thread -- She obviously DID NOT see the other ones because she was only clicked on the
Complete thread -- Well duh it is atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- #5 sm
Complete thread -- Sorry, Ignore this. Check instead mitral valve chordae s/m
Complete thread -- No, the answer HNP (and ALL other replies) was already there when you posted. Check times
Complete thread -- Textbook of cardiovascular medicine - Google Books ResultEric J. Topol, Robert M. Califf -
Complete thread -- UGHHH. Why do people always do this with the word cord?
Complete thread -- no but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- And do not assume because I said cord that is the answer. You could be wrong. Just sm
Complete thread -- just Google mitral valve cord rupture
Complete thread -- Please anyone have any suggestions for me
Complete thread -- Endplates?
Complete thread -- cord versus chord. Dictated is mitral valve "cord" sm...
Complete thread -- Patient had appendicitis, was taken to surgery and diagnostic laparoscopy was done,
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- pls help with ortho note - s/l core channel? see mess and thank you so very
Complete thread -- still waiting ggggg for your educated, informed answer smarty.
Complete thread -- She even says "osteopenia was the only suggestion when I posted a reply! - Thanks all!" "
Complete thread -- Obviously. She certainly is not helping herself much here.
Complete thread -- yeah really, smarty. How informed are you in cardiovascular?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Absolutely agree :)
Complete thread -- osteopenia was the only suggestion when I posted a reply!
Complete thread -- osteopenia was the only suggestion when I posted a reply!
Complete thread -- Very easy to confuse and most OPs are pretty sure they hear what they think they hear sm
Complete thread -- she is saying it's HNT, not HNP. That's the problem!
Complete thread -- Ok that is what I found in my BOS so I guess that is it.
Complete thread -- She said "nope" after ALL of the suggestions. Check time stamps.
Complete thread -- BOS 2nd pg 156. Just says, edit slang words, phrases, incorrect phrases sm
Complete thread -- Don't make me say the "T" word! lol
Complete thread -- Just a social history for an orthopedic evaluation.
Complete thread -- She posted a wav. There is plenty of info!
Complete thread -- HNP Typing too fast lol
Complete thread -- Well that is the only thing for HPN in my abbreviation book.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I need a break.
Complete thread -- There's really not enough info here for us to help. What is she being seen for? SM
Complete thread -- She said no to another suggestion. I don't see her even responding to the HNP answer
Complete thread -- Page 468 in Stedman's Ortho has Postop, but that doesn't mean it should not be expanded
Complete thread -- inground pool
Complete thread -- Evidently she doesn't think HNP is the correct answer. She said "nope" below. lol
Complete thread -- Wav sent- is this an inground pool or some type of poodle??
Complete thread -- Yes, OP just asked this below! What's your deal, OP?
Complete thread -- ?not be getting entire sound coming through?Onychomycotic sm
Complete thread -- Didn't you just ask this below????
Complete thread -- Definitely no semicolon before but.
Complete thread -- LEEP (procedure)
Complete thread -- HNP herniated nucleus pulposus
Complete thread -- radiopaque sounds like lamite? really? how does that work, darlene?
Complete thread -- Anyone know what an * H N T* might be.
Complete thread -- BOS question. I have looked, but could not verify. Is postop slang or acceptable sm
Complete thread -- found benzonatate (Tessalon Perles) in your "list" not necessarily an anticoagulant
Complete thread -- Nope. :o(
Complete thread -- infertility eval. pmh significant for s/l leap
Complete thread -- ahhhh good one!! bet that is IT
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- your sl/ lamite is likely slurring radiopaque markers LINK (used to
Complete thread -- HNP (herniated nucleus pulposus)
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is how I had it to begin with but wondered if it needed the other way thus sm
Complete thread -- at rest, but complains of pain with weightbearing at the knees bilaterally, the right side
Complete thread -- ignore the rudeness of OY, she likes to give put downs
Complete thread -- Check tuberculin unit. I found this by Googling PPD 5 unit.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- *PPD with 5 tibetun unit.*
Complete thread -- Punctuation help needed. sm
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- might be slurring x-rays (likely some type of imaging to "see" compression fractures nm
Complete thread -- bulla
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- link + picture
Complete thread -- I did search on drugs.com with wild card search *profen sm link
Complete thread -- wag -
Complete thread -- compression fractures of the spine with *H&Ps* and extensive
Complete thread -- Patient with UTI, acute renal failure, Parkinson's. She is doing much better,
Complete thread -- Yes I believe that is exactly what she is doing. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think bends sm
Complete thread -- wonder if BFE is GFE, think referring to an radio image term
Complete thread -- sounds right-thanks that saved me
Complete thread -- titrated?
Complete thread -- just changing it from she to her
Complete thread -- OMG I hope this was the answer you needed. I refreshed my page and no WAV was there.
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- After her last hospitalization, she ____her dose of prednisone was increased to
Complete thread -- thanks, you have helped greatly!
Complete thread -- lolololol
Complete thread -- not Smith - Smit
Complete thread -- ugh, typo Smit sleeve
Complete thread -- Sort of - what they do in the procedure is (more)
Complete thread -- don't know if you've proofed or not, but need a comma between lobe and which...s.m.
Complete thread -- agree Smith sleeve
Complete thread -- timolol
Complete thread -- Smit sleeve
Complete thread -- levothyroxine, lipitor, ___ naproxen sodium + wav
Complete thread -- YES, I believe that's it. Could you please sm
Complete thread -- Amazing at the amount of rude people on here nowadays.
Complete thread -- Ileal pouch - also called neobladder - new bladder made from portion of ileum.
Complete thread -- Placing radiation in the cervix - Snitt sleeve?
Complete thread -- meniscus resection?
Complete thread -- progressed from January 2008, from the *B F E* report.
Complete thread -- s/l best bends
Complete thread -- s/l "ileo paj" replaced. sm
Complete thread -- I can't get link to post but google pneumatic compression dressing (more)
Complete thread -- did google but it came up with 90 mg and i could not document further. will check again
Complete thread -- possible ***meniscus re-sets***
Complete thread -- Or how about googling your EXACT s/l
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Go to drugs.com and use their wildcard search for *profen.
Complete thread -- doc listing drugs.. sl * therbaprofen 100 mg 3x per day (thankyou)
Complete thread -- Did you google anticoagulant benzolate?
Complete thread -- Are they talking about a brace? If not, I have never heard that used before.
Complete thread -- s/l *benzolate*
Complete thread -- possibly - pneumatic overlays are used in devices to prevent pressure sores. (more)
Complete thread -- knee x-ray, not finding much. wraparound or wrap-around patella
Complete thread -- I'm sure they'd understand impending surgery! :D
Complete thread -- any other guesses?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I don't think they'd want me flagging it. I'll change it
Complete thread -- He he, you'd be suprised what a 17-month-old can understand. I have one, so I know!
Complete thread -- I would say depends on account specs whether to put mother and flag or change to mother.
Complete thread -- I would. It sure isn't the 17 month-old that understood and agreed. :)
Complete thread -- guess a guess. Spinal?
Complete thread -- in front of the log splitter???
Complete thread -- Would you put "discussed with the patient's mother" instead of "the patient"?
Complete thread -- blank help please+WAV
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Le Fort type I facial fracture(s)
Complete thread -- assault to the face s/l "wong in fort one type on fracture."
Complete thread -- pneumatic overlay?
Complete thread -- Agree - if his epididymis is in his brain, he has some significant issues! (more)
Complete thread -- lol, well alrighty then.
Complete thread -- I call it a total and absolute lack of effort, i.e., laziness.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- yes - I believe it refers to a rough edge on the tooth
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I call it a total and absolute lack of any critical thinking and ability to scan and
Complete thread -- s/l *tag*...does this seem right?thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You have to actually scan down past the first few words on a page. You are only looking @
Complete thread -- As stated before, either google toparal or google w/ quotes and then actually READ hits.
Complete thread -- Yes, and all of this could've been found by OP had they taken time to READ
Complete thread -- TOPARAL - Farmaceuticos de Occidente SA de CV - [ Translate this page ]Buscador: ANTI HIPE
Complete thread -- Toparal. Manufacturer: Novag (Mexico). Active ingredients: Methyldopa. Indications: Hypert
Complete thread -- I'm sorry, but I still don't see it. This is my search page.
Complete thread -- You are right--I have over 1,300 plus hits.
Complete thread -- don't know your s/l but s/b sub-ependymal (I believe) ..see link
Complete thread -- Nope, there's lots of hits! Perhaps you should use quotes around toparal.
Complete thread -- He is speaking poorly and trying to say that the patient's
Complete thread -- s/L "lamite marker" it is femoral artery cath
Complete thread -- Acutally, I see only one hit that shows toparal and I can't verify it because
Complete thread -- "on the basis of her obesity" ...not addressing any other problems in the post
Complete thread -- Then you did not read through the hits if all you came up w/ was Toprol.
Complete thread -- yes and only come up with Toprol.
Complete thread -- Did you google mexican medication toparal?
Complete thread -- I most certainly have seen places and accounts that allow you to put it IN QUOTES, to aler
Complete thread -- base of her obesity and likely *dependent* obstruction the base
Complete thread -- We had her begin on the Valium last week, and she has *defervesed *to some extent.
Complete thread -- s/l a-rack'-ra-wree
Complete thread -- You do not just transcribe meds misspelled, even if doc dictates it that way! If you cann
Complete thread -- If you do, put it in quotes so they know it is the doctor's spelling, not yours.
Complete thread -- "I tried using the Treasure wire, _____ (s/L stata wire) the glidewire"
Complete thread -- my guess is aortic branch of internal iliac artery based on anatomy. Is it hip surgery?
Complete thread -- med from Mexico doc spells *toparal* 250 mg
Complete thread -- what is the rest of the note??? Is he maybe referring to the internal iliac artery???
Complete thread -- s/L "aortic branch of internal, which was close actually to the femoral head"
Complete thread -- ahh, sorry to bother you, I thought I knew the meaning of vein.
Complete thread -- I didn't find it either, not sure what Hershberger refers to either
Complete thread -- Orbital fat pad wasting?
Complete thread -- You're so vain, you probably think this post is about you. Look up vein.
Complete thread -- Don't see anything even remotely close in Stedman's Equipment starting with H or W
Complete thread -- is it - in this "vain"?
Complete thread -- Forceps name
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ProstaScint® scan
Complete thread -- high PSA level. Send the patient for (s/l) "prostate tent" scan.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Nplate.
Complete thread -- Medication list: Rituxan s/l "M-plate"
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming. That was my thought. I am going to wait and see what, if anything
Complete thread -- I already sent the report thru, but that is probably what he was saying, because he did
Complete thread -- See if you can hear imatinib (Gleevec).
Complete thread -- from drugs.com
Complete thread -- being condescending crosses out any attempt at helping - that was mean-spirited, period.
Complete thread -- Medication that S/L florestor; I don't know what it is for, just in a ...
Complete thread -- Cancer drug s/l *millitanib* cancer drug
Complete thread -- No nasal erythema, *tem in uh* or other signs of trauma.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- 10 to the 4th is the accepted way to do exponentials. Or some accounts may even allow
Complete thread -- maybe cone-tipped.
Complete thread -- Any clue to a medication she is taking that could be the cause of the toxicity? A list of
Complete thread -- A s/l_Contra_ catheter was advance over a guidewire.
Complete thread -- "Had a long detailed discussion with her about the overall situati ...
Complete thread -- I'm telling you what I did...and the results I received...Believe me, I check
Complete thread -- Then you take 2 seconds to READ the hits sm
Complete thread -- I think (?) that that part goes under HEENT. May have to do with temporal wasting noted,
Complete thread -- Look I found 2 forms of catheters - one is a Bard X-Port and the other was Export
Complete thread -- yes thanks!
Complete thread -- Booooooo. You cannot be SERIOUS!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The other person explained to her how to Google. that is HELP. It may not
Complete thread -- Yes! It is Senokot! Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- Kim - don't let people here make you free bad for asking :) it's a HELP board!
Complete thread -- This is a guess since no one else took a shot: cachectic maybe?
Complete thread -- s/l "people fat pidda wasting" noted.
Complete thread -- Sorry I did find where Bard makes an X-Port catheter so I was a little confused, excuse me
Complete thread -- Also, as of note, as I typed "cotta" into google, the drop down suggestion box gave me
Complete thread -- No, actually you would have been given answer with OR without hyphen. Hyphen or hyphen ma
Complete thread -- oliguric?
Complete thread -- Why leave now? The first step is admitting you have a problem
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I cannot do superscripts in this account.
Complete thread -- While in the hospital, he developed progressive azotemia and was s/l aloe jur ic.
Complete thread -- wav sent
Complete thread -- pulm eval
Complete thread -- and if you google it as x-port, there is nothing.
Complete thread -- He states he was “an asshole” and wife says she has had it and is leaving.
Complete thread -- Kim, there is a thing above there called google. If you google export thrombectomy
Complete thread -- maybe 1/10-4 (10 with 4 superscripted)
Complete thread -- Export or X-port thrombectomy aspiration catheter?
Complete thread -- senokot (sp?) and increasing her fluid?
Complete thread -- Also, as of note, she does relate the constipation with the Percocet has decreased no
Complete thread -- **cue it ic**
Complete thread -- how would you write 10 to the fourth?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Okay, I did Google, just without the hyphen and that apparently makes
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- No, most MTs CORRECT a dictator's grammar, although I am sure you type as-is, dfllnn.
Complete thread -- Check archives. This has been discussed ad nauseum.
Complete thread -- Someone didn't google..........
Complete thread -- All you had to do was simply google your EXACT s/l!!! Would have been given answer.
Complete thread -- I would say 110 to 140.
Complete thread -- cauda equina
Complete thread -- "Since being evaluated in February, she was admitted to the hospit ...
Complete thread -- is this the correct way of writing it s/l ? 1 teens? s/m
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone!
Complete thread -- just a guess - Gaenslen’s sign
Complete thread -- s/l Blazen's test
Complete thread -- definitely thrombophilia. thanks both. thrombopenia was a good lead. SM
Complete thread -- I would transcribe as dictated, changing can mess things up
Complete thread -- agee, it is one entity.
Complete thread -- but forget thrombopenia as most likely meant thrombocytopenia
Complete thread -- I hear (I think) polyp removed and a thrombophilia workup negative
Complete thread -- it does because if the dictator is incorrect even, you type it as he said it
Complete thread -- thromopenia
Complete thread -- No, arthrosis refers to the acromioclavicular joint itself
Complete thread -- ahhh, thanks!
Complete thread -- Dictator clearly says acromioclavicular joint arthrosis impingement syndrome. She
Complete thread -- She has had a polyp removed and a * workup was negative.
Complete thread -- what is pt being seen for.
Complete thread -- psychology eval, assessment, Axis IV, s/l minus record, does that make sense?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- might be RNP (ribonucleoprotein) sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l ? ET? s/m
Complete thread -- DJD, OA?
Complete thread -- a guess (not enough info) there is Ketotifen and ketoprofen ? sm,
Complete thread -- Reticulocytes, ESR, ANA, RF, *R N*, TIBC ferritin, B12
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- ever hear of a drug s/l katifen no idea for what I think pain control
Complete thread -- EXTREMITIES: Without (instead of No) C, C, or E. *DJVOA* No edema noted. Status post
Complete thread -- dysthymia, but I can't get rest, sorry.
Complete thread -- ???? nocturia x2-3 (meaning he has nocturia and gets up to pee 2-3 times a night)!!!
Complete thread -- lying
Complete thread -- Lhermitte
Complete thread -- normal *X2-3*
Complete thread -- orthopedic assessment s/l vermeat sign
Complete thread -- I don't think that should have any bearing on the "correct" term. Thanks.
Complete thread -- which one was dictated?
Complete thread -- She has a difficult time "lying" flat in bed. Lying correct? Laying?
Complete thread -- I'll relisten. Thank you.
Complete thread -- psychology eval, assessment, Axis IV, s/l minus record, does that make sense?
Complete thread -- discretionary?
Complete thread -- diverticulitis
Complete thread -- He reports a comormid medical history of some adhd with some ____+ wav
Complete thread -- Tessier is considered the "gold standard" as is Dorland's dict, etc
Complete thread -- there is Yates, Yeats and Yeates in google. don't know which one is correct. thanks.
Complete thread -- Tessier's Surgical Word Book shows Yeates drain under drain
Complete thread -- that's it. Example of why need background info. pt is dehydrated.
Complete thread -- which is remarkable on the patient's paperwork.
Complete thread -- (not saying that is what it is, just what i hear)
Complete thread -- "hypercalcemia which was marked up on the patient's paperwork"
Complete thread -- The patient was in today for evaluation of hypercalcemia ___ in patient's PEG port.
Complete thread -- when I googled yeats drain I got Yates drain..could that be it?
Complete thread -- "Yeats drain" or Yeates drain" inserted in the wound.
Complete thread -- "Yeats drain" or Yeates drain" inserted in the wound.
Complete thread -- Great, thanks. I thought I was missing something! ...
Complete thread -- EDC is estimated date of confinement here, basically the due date
Complete thread -- "She is a 22-year-old G2 P0 A1 female who is currently pregnant at ...
Complete thread -- I'll listen again, thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- specific gravity
Complete thread -- "She would probably benefit from a workup from a urologist to see ...
Complete thread -- IOW, the chronic condition of intermittent low back pain. It is 1 thing, not 2 (and).
Complete thread -- no dispute here. Mine dictates chronic intermittent low back pain all the time.
Complete thread -- intermittent chronic low back pain (unless "and" was, for some silly reason, dictated)
Complete thread -- if it was dictated, I'd use the and. If not, no and. but if dictated, yes
Complete thread -- fentanyl is not capped. it is generic.
Complete thread -- I'm sure someone will dispute but I go intermittent chronic no and.
Complete thread -- succinylcholine?
Complete thread -- Placement of central line. Sm for blank
Complete thread -- The patient complains of a 20-year-history of ... ...
Complete thread -- The patient comlpains of ... ...
Complete thread -- what comes before of?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- of intermittent and chronic low back pain or ?
Complete thread -- I can't imagine what else it could be, so I hope to hear back too!
Complete thread -- thats all I got..let us know what it is okay?
Complete thread -- end portal?
Complete thread -- MR of brain...supratentorial region. not hearing "in"ferior. ...
Complete thread -- she has refused Hydrea in the past is what I hear.
Complete thread -- did the patient have surgery..then incisional massage would make sense sm
Complete thread -- inferior? what are you imaging?
Complete thread -- There are 2 s/l "ferior" foci of increased signal on FLAIR ima ...
Complete thread -- thank you ...
Complete thread -- therapy
Complete thread -- She had ___ Hydrea in the past many times.
Complete thread -- locum tenens was not dictated, why add tenens?
Complete thread -- Sorry, no dictionaries indexed in the selected category contain the word semi-retired.
Complete thread -- locum work
Complete thread -- semiretired: American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language [home, info]
Complete thread -- no apostrophe IMO. I would just type locum tenens work.
Complete thread -- semi-retired. (be sure to use hyphen)
Complete thread -- if you look up locum in onelook...I think that is the proper one to use..no s
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- 109 in for mammogram.
Complete thread -- I find I am transcribing on more and more of them, many
Complete thread -- see link...this describes there is only one posterior fossa
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- X-rays show (multiple views) -- or X-ray shows if only one view
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- fossa is singular, so was.
Complete thread -- Looks like it should be "show" since you have the word "x- ...
Complete thread -- the posterior fossa (were) or (was) in normal limits. Should it be fo ...
Complete thread -- show or shows? (see sentence)
Complete thread -- thready nm
Complete thread -- decreased breath sounds?
Complete thread -- wav is not there.
Complete thread -- if you come back, listen for a second one was not drawn
Complete thread -- I had one 103 the other day.
Complete thread -- 4. Deployment of AngioSeal ______.
Complete thread -- and present tense, lie
Complete thread -- after relistening, think he says"As I dictated before, I will" etc
Complete thread -- black stool, but normal H&H and BUN. As said before, I -- etc
Complete thread -- and ? dictated the day before. BMP. CMP? I don't hear BUN, makes no sense there
Complete thread -- ? Although directly before... ?
Complete thread -- black stool but normal H&H and BUN. _____ before, I will send sample
Complete thread -- could it be mild facet arthropathy? wondering if that could be seen at ...
Complete thread -- Myositis ossificans progressiva · Myositis ossificans traumatica · Myositis ossificans tra
Complete thread -- did you google the above phrase suggested? looks to me like
Complete thread -- (I believe it modifies the "understood" noun artery, given the phrase before it.)
Complete thread -- (my guess as well. "sk" of "skin" was lost in "-sed" of "decreased."
Complete thread -- decreased skin turgor?
Complete thread -- troponins (trops) ??
Complete thread -- Looks like ossificans is not the word. Any other ideas? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks! I knew orthopnea wasn't right. ...
Complete thread -- orthopnea?? that is shortness of breath... myostatic ossificans or something?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think will have to flag.
Complete thread -- bilateral in L5-S1
Complete thread -- decreased skin turgor?
Complete thread -- no problem! :)
Complete thread -- ...routine x-ray, EKG, ____ (Reps?), cardiac enzymes...
Complete thread -- obstruction
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input, everyone.
Complete thread -- chronic atrial fibrillation, hypertension, irritable bowel *crustation* secondary
Complete thread -- no,
Complete thread -- lie lady lie.
Complete thread -- HISTORY: This 100-year-old female presents to the office ... Wow, I don't normally
Complete thread -- She is a student at WCC in the liberal arts program. Would you cap liberal arts?
Complete thread -- thanx!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- The principal parts (most-common verb forms) of lie are:
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- When you bump into a lie-lay conundrum — when you aren't absolutely, 110 percent sure — do
Complete thread -- She will sometimes "lay" on a heating pad. Is lay correct? Thnx
Complete thread -- alpha thalassemia
Complete thread -- will listen for that, ty
Complete thread -- thanks much
Complete thread -- don't think so. wav posted
Complete thread -- alpha fetoprotein?
Complete thread -- reproductive endocrinology. woman is positive for s/l al-pha-fal-fe-mur", husband neg
Complete thread -- A ? one was not drawn...
Complete thread -- a mass consistent with recurrence 6 months after the repair
Complete thread -- ,consistent with a recurrence,
Complete thread -- calcar?
Complete thread -- ortho word help - sm
Complete thread -- lung cancer being treated. This is a pulmonary examination.
Complete thread -- no new adventitious lung sounds and he had decreased s/l intergur. Pt with lungcancer
Complete thread -- hematocrit
Complete thread -- a bit of hydroencephaly?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- thanks. same patient, no new adventitious lung sounds and he had decreased s/l intergur
Complete thread -- that's it
Complete thread -- Duramorph?
Complete thread -- TVH and cystoscopy performed under general anesthesia combined with - sm
Complete thread -- CyberKnife
Complete thread -- more like sibernite/cyvernite. SM
Complete thread -- patient with lung cancer. treatments of s/l sibernide/cyvernide
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- falciform ligament, gallbladder infundibulum?
Complete thread -- When you bump into a lie-lay conundrum — when you aren't absolutely, 110 percent sure — do
Complete thread -- need help with wav
Complete thread -- correct way to type: He was **laid supine** on the examination table
Complete thread -- Sorry, let me clarify the question I was trying to pose. What would the adj reedy
Complete thread -- a reed is thin.
Complete thread -- what is reedy though? I'd not think that fit
Complete thread -- Well that's what I was initially thinking but I'm not comfortable putting it. TYVM!
Complete thread -- Nope, it didn't s/l any of your suggestions. Now s/l GREEDY. I'm flagging!
Complete thread -- I would think so, if he means like thin/faint. Thin, like a reed.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks for the reinforcement. I'll blank it and flag.
Complete thread -- Ok, shall relisten now. Many thanks.
Complete thread -- I'd flag it. no way to know for sure... maybe Primaxin?
Complete thread -- Maybe Irregularily irregular?
Complete thread -- question whether this is CHF versus pulmonary hypertension.
Complete thread -- rate irregular?
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- listen for rate and rhythm. never heard 'reedy' there
Complete thread -- Can a heart beat be "reedy'? See inside and thank you.
Complete thread -- Sending it in, thanks.
Complete thread -- Name of med please. Text inside and thank you very much.
Complete thread -- lol....Thanks so much! (Sometimes I feel like a dumb****)
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- pigeonhole -- Merriam Webster's Main Entry: 1pi·geon·hole
Complete thread -- pigeonhole
Complete thread -- Anybody ever hear of: She has a number of complaints that are hard to "pigeon toe"?
Complete thread -- NEURO: Cranial nerves II-XII (did not hear ALERT)
Complete thread -- highly crosslinked ?? Longevity® Highly Crosslinked Polyethylene
Complete thread -- Thank you so much...I wasn't hearing the G and it was throwing me off.
Complete thread -- monoclonal gammopathy
Complete thread -- s/l "monocololamopathy
Complete thread -- thank you. I checked archives after I posted (my bad...sorry)
Complete thread -- with a glucose of 109, calcium is 8.3. no clue on #1. or #3
Complete thread -- need help with wav
Complete thread -- upstate New York [10% capitalize "Upstate New York"] see link.
Complete thread -- care received in hospital
Complete thread -- Is upstate in upstate New York capped?
Complete thread -- ohh.. thanks
Complete thread -- hip implant liner
Complete thread -- advanced maternal age
Complete thread -- pregnancy complicated by s/l "AMA" and polyhydramnios
Complete thread -- NM. I had to send in as it was a stat that had been hanging out for a while. Thx anyway.
Complete thread -- agree with need for context, especially if anything comes after? Please read
Complete thread -- perhaps if you give more context, like what is patient's
Complete thread -- Recommendation: Follow electrolyte "pro factor z". (next number)
Complete thread -- could U B hearing "double crush" ..see link
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, but she is so so clear . . sounds like BILL-AT-O cephaly.
Complete thread -- Totally makes more sense! :)
Complete thread -- Lloyd sign for kidney pain.
Complete thread -- Lloyd's sign (kidney punch). As per Dorland's, symptom of renal calculus, consisting of pa
Complete thread -- listen for plagiocephaly? or see link.
Complete thread -- Sorry - here it is
Complete thread -- is there an orthopedic test called "Lloyd sign"
Complete thread -- sorry, but in what context???
Complete thread -- eructation :D
Complete thread -- the last sounds like abdominal discomfort and erection
Complete thread -- This is the start of assessment
Complete thread -- Has anyone ever heard of a double-cross injury?
Complete thread -- Does not ring any bells. s/link
Complete thread -- You are right on the oral candidiasis~! Wow.
Complete thread -- s/l 'BILL-A-TIL-CEPHALY' SM, and thanks.
Complete thread -- Either/or per Stedman's Equipment.
Complete thread -- You are both probably right. I am grateful for your help and time.
Complete thread -- she complains of ? discomfort in ? ... first blank can't catch other than the ending..
Complete thread -- I have a sample and it starts with the patient is an -year-old with
Complete thread -- need a period after platelet count. That is the end of the CBC. BUN and creatinine are
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- MP3 file, stumped
Complete thread -- mouth gag - two words
Complete thread -- I don't see glucose on there anywhere
Complete thread -- You got the Lasix 20 mg daily. And 10 systems were reviewed
Complete thread -- A lab test dictated by ESL, difficult for me to get tho it's likely simple for
Complete thread -- 5 mg p.o. daily.
Complete thread -- Ditropan and I think it is 5 mg. will listen again
Complete thread -- falcine ? although that is adjective form
Complete thread -- Please help with blank below (s/l foreseen). I am unable to send .wav.
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- Wav was first posted 16:16:17 2010 -- First reply was 16:21:13 2010 --
Complete thread -- thanks y'all
Complete thread -- ahh comm'on, not 5 or 10 minute wait, more like 15, 20, 30 etc
Complete thread -- catheter. I frequently hear red rubber catheter.
Complete thread -- Davis-Crowe mouthgag
Complete thread -- mouthgag
Complete thread -- ENT surgery . . .
Complete thread -- Nevermind - I think he met mycobacillin.
Complete thread -- Medication s/l "mycobacillus"
Complete thread -- (I ck'd Google: mnemonic "Oh, Oh, Oh: To Touch And Feel..." > "On Old Olympus's Towering
Complete thread -- (Oops, my bad! typo. Facial nerve is Cr N VII of course, not XII.)
Complete thread -- (doc was trying to recall the words naming the procedure (why the pause btw "PT" and "CA.)
Complete thread -- thanks for the input, guys! I sent it like she said it.
Complete thread -- ;-) !
Complete thread -- it is abstruse, but makes sense; pt has R facial nerve (Cr N XII) palsy (deficit).
Complete thread -- in my defense, she said it as if there was a comma between PT and CA. LOL!
Complete thread -- thanks to both helpers. I think it is time for me to take a walk to shake the cobwebs out
Complete thread -- heck, where did the d go. that should read facial palsy/droop.
Complete thread -- Mine do that quite a bit. I believe they feel it is understood that it is a facial palsy/
Complete thread -- percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty PTCA
Complete thread -- PTCA = percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty
Complete thread -- I am beginning to think I should call it a night! please sm
Complete thread -- yw.
Complete thread -- doh!!! thanks!!
Complete thread -- middle cerebral artery. one in the brain
Complete thread -- left main coronary artery cerebrovascular accident. right?
Complete thread -- she says the patient has a left MCA CVA. that would be expanded to
Complete thread -- I alternate between hating insurance companies and drug companies.
Complete thread -- I am not sure if this needs a flag....does it make sense? neurology is not my forte
Complete thread -- Yep! Google rules! For an "oldie-but-goodie" anticonvulsant, esp for DTs, "paraldehyde."
Complete thread -- I was having a lot of trouble coming up with a s/l...it sounded sort of like vempak.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, Lo! That is NOT an "oldie-but-goodie." I wouldn't have known it even w/
Complete thread -- (my sound card is bad; can you give your best estimate for the s/l? Thanks.)
Complete thread -- found it! Vimpat.
Complete thread -- (I'm sorry I said "misted." The more proper word is instead "humidified.")
Complete thread -- MP3 loaded. Please sm
Complete thread -- (thanks! I had forgotten those 2 rehab exercises! :-)
Complete thread -- (you're welcome! ;-)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- with blow-by collar. Collar=a plastic chamber over ostomy with input of misted RA or O2,
Complete thread -- She does have a tracheostomy tube with a *blow by or glow by* collar.
Complete thread -- (my governor, captured on film, certainly said it as a threat! SM
Complete thread -- yegawds. she listed several -possibilities- ... one of which THE test might be.
Complete thread -- Unless they're not, i.e., PCR, HSV, MMV, GBS, etc. Sometimes things just
Complete thread -- Ok, I now understand that the post above is supporting my position, rather than refuting
Complete thread -- And then continued to try to throw out these bizarr-O combinations that
Complete thread -- Holy cow!!!! You are arguing against your own answer! And the point that we
Complete thread -- Sorry. I either mispositioned my reply post, or misinterpreted the thread sequence.
Complete thread -- Put on your listening ears.
Complete thread -- I agree - that is my point. Had you said tests were negative, I would agree with margaret,
Complete thread -- for archives, spelling = "decidua."
Complete thread -- That is the correct answer...thanks
Complete thread -- The initials are modifiers of the singular nominative (subjective) noun "testing."
Complete thread -- (and that is EXACTLY what I just said!)
Complete thread -- VRC "testing" WAS negative. The testing *was* negative. Contained several
Complete thread -- Is that a promise or a threat?
Complete thread -- ()
Complete thread -- desudua?
Complete thread -- (again, I suggest you take the rest of the night off. The subject noun was "testing," not
Complete thread -- I hope you are talking to yourself and going to take your own advice.
Complete thread -- s/l desiduent
Complete thread -- Yes, a prenatal panel is A test - but you listed the things separately, which are tests.
Complete thread -- Answer was right...thanks
Complete thread -- That is exactly what I said. Testing WAS done. Going with what you said, it would have to
Complete thread -- for example, testing of a prenatal panel would be singular even tho panel consists of more
Complete thread -- Go to bed. Surely you will be able to think more clearly in the morning.
Complete thread -- AND it also usually notes that the thing tested is a thing, not things.
Complete thread -- "testing" is a singular noun, so it takes a singular verb.
Complete thread -- (precisely why I answered "wise!" below to OP's plan to flag.)
Complete thread -- We cannot keep making up alleged acronyms.
Complete thread -- possibly BRC? blood type, Rh, Coombs?
Complete thread -- wuhh???
Complete thread -- but it says WAS negative, not were.
Complete thread -- (wise! :-)
Complete thread -- I'll flag it to be sure. Thanks for helping!
Complete thread -- I suspect your acronym represents the other common PN screening tests, maybe VDRL, Rubella
Complete thread -- (thank you so much for explaining! I feel relaxed now!! :-)
Complete thread -- "Come back and let us know if we helped and/or got the answer or not. An acknowlegement th
Complete thread -- H&P. Patient for C-section. No recent ultrasound. Glucola testing was negative.
Complete thread -- sling-and-swathe ...pendulum and walking-the-wall exercises
Complete thread -- s/l Pendleman walking
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- He always uses the word "harbor" in his dictations. His patient all harbor aneurysms etc.
Complete thread -- probably usage similar to harboring a fugitive. If it was clear, it should pass.
Complete thread -- (I'll be absent from WB for about 45 minutes, but then "I'll be back!" :-)
Complete thread -- Thank
Complete thread -- hmmm....now the word "harbor" is worrying me. SM
Complete thread -- It makes sense to me. Seems the hge is near the skull, ie, "superior," "high" in parietal
Complete thread -- She had 3 answers 5 to 10 minutes. That's pathetic. If she couldn't wait 5 minues for s
Complete thread -- Does the word "high" make sense here? SM
Complete thread -- (WAY late, I realize...but) UR s/l strikes none of my memory "chords." SM
Complete thread -- yep but probably figured would not get an ans. Look at the time she posted
Complete thread -- (thank you! I DID wonder "steps" for "discharge planning," but couldn't work out "now,"
Complete thread -- wow. not even a peep back on all that?
Complete thread -- (you're welcome! :-)
Complete thread -- That's it! He fumbles over dosage. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- (I suspect the drug name you need is Not an anticonvulsant; can't recall one w/ that s/l.
Complete thread -- after googling, I'm wondering maybe Amitiza, even though dosage looks wrong. SM
Complete thread -- hmmm.....ok, so I'm a dummy familiar w/ edentulous premie NBs...Does that mean "dentures"?
Complete thread -- PT has seizures. Medications are "amitika" 2 mcg twice a day and Keppra. nm
Complete thread -- does not appear to rotate freely.
Complete thread -- hmm...ok....now you have me hooked....maybe my TV exposure then was insuff...
Complete thread -- I watched that show. :D the 54 has more significance than I will admit even
Complete thread -- (I can certainly identify with That! :-)
Complete thread -- (couldn't resist!) "Car (MT) 54, Where Are You"?
Complete thread -- it is when the flak isn't flying. :D
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll be watching! lol! ...and hoping that the "mood" strikes you more often! :-)
Complete thread -- (alternatively, doc may say the wrong one b/c he knows no better, isn't accidental.)(So,
Complete thread -- When I'm in the mood, I'm mt54... :D
Complete thread -- yes, might be reduction of movement...
Complete thread -- It also seemed that the patient does not *appear to articulate freely(or fully)*
Complete thread -- (a Very helpful post! :-) (correct to boot!! lol! :-)
Complete thread -- sm for what I heard, still listening.
Complete thread -- (hmm,...I see your point....My inference, though, is that word became "misspelled" or
Complete thread -- a 10 degree to 15 degree flexion induction? adduction? does not appear to
Complete thread -- Wav file attached. Please listen and help me fill in the blanks. Tha ...
Complete thread -- I don't know why they use the term misspelling, it appears anatomically to be just
Complete thread -- (Thanks to you as well, in case you are not the poster above citing Dorland's,Stedman's.
Complete thread -- Thank YOU!! "Annulus is a misspelling of the Latin anulus, "a little ring", ... The + sig
Complete thread -- Both "anulus" and "annulus" are acceptable spellings. Gray's Anatomy uses "annulus fibrosu
Complete thread -- anulus: Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary [home, info] - anulus is first in Stedman
Complete thread -- (late entry: Google anulus: 200,000 cites. Google annulus: 33,000,000 cites. SM)
Complete thread -- (just a gopher here, poking head out of hole to say,...)freq MD error: say 1, mean other.
Complete thread -- a "Babinski" response (upgoing G toe) to plantar reflex test=nl in NB, so usually
Complete thread -- A WAY WAG: (unlike your s/l, but might you be hearing "troponins"???)
Complete thread -- okay then, WAG... "cardiac enzymes, EKG, and saturations"?
Complete thread -- ("withdrawal," "ticklishness," makes it hard to interpret toe movement on Babinski manuver
Complete thread -- or rather...can't get the sound recorder to pick up any sound
Complete thread -- (unfortunately, OBs DO use "a late" as an abbreviation for "a late (FHR deceleration.)"
Complete thread -- UA was actually normal.
Complete thread -- i can't get my sound recorder to play sound anymore; don't know what happened
Complete thread -- Thanks for your reply, (& for other helper's solution, of course!) Solution helps me help
Complete thread -- What an appealing suggestion, h c l o k c!! :-) Makes good sense!
Complete thread -- Stedman's Cardio shows LCX for left circumflex, ICXA intermediate circumflex artery -s
Complete thread -- (No help for OP, jmo: When doc misenunciates so many words so close, MT=VERY handicapped!
Complete thread -- Looking in past reports, looks like it means left circumflex. Thx for your suggestion tho
Complete thread -- I was just looking in past reports and I think you're correct. Thx!
Complete thread -- but I need to verify that more
Complete thread -- think maybe lCx for left circumflex
Complete thread -- (that is my strong belief. :-)
Complete thread -- (WAG WAG: "X" can stand for "trans," "cross," and other prefixes or concepts. Consider
Complete thread -- Thanks! So IOW, assuming we're working in English here, annulus would be correct.
Complete thread -- do you know how to post a wav or MP3 of that? and what was "not" normal on the UA?
Complete thread -- oops...here is some context:
Complete thread -- English, double n, annulus. Spanish, some other Romance langs, the Eng double consonant
Complete thread -- kinda s/l cardiac enzymes NG tube saturations negative
Complete thread -- (the link addy is "odd," but it works, is correct, at least for today)
Complete thread -- (the citation for the above is inside, and at the link given)
Complete thread -- NEJM "early release" articles re: (autosomal dominant) polycystic kidney disease. SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Anulus vs. annulus. Is this a matter of preference of do they have different uses?
Complete thread -- Coronary bypass: saphenous vein graft from root of ascending aorta to *ICX*
Complete thread -- would flag, but topiramate has a lot of secondary uses --sm
Complete thread -- respiratory therapy for chest physiotherapy? but need more info, does patient have lung
Complete thread -- never mind; thanks for all help
Complete thread -- Rehab note - What does this expand to: RT to CPT?
Complete thread -- topiramate fits dosage but no mention of PTSD, migraines or seizures; should I flag?
Complete thread -- topiramate (brand name Topamax) -- might help if we had what this might be for?
Complete thread -- torsemide?
Complete thread -- s/l topramide
Complete thread -- You're welcome
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- didn't say they weren't was just explaining how I found the answer
Complete thread -- The other 2 answers weren't clear enough?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!!!
Complete thread -- search of SS-A Ro shows first hit with -sm
Complete thread -- forced, sorry for typo
Complete thread -- force capacity (FVC = forced vital capacity) maybe?
Complete thread -- Nevermind - I'm flagging this one. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- lung capacity
Complete thread -- anti-Ro/SSA and anti-La/SSB antibodies
Complete thread -- I think there is an anti-Ro antibody - pls double check though
Complete thread -- "She also has joint pains for which she sees a rheumatologist and ...
Complete thread -- Yes, with numerals.
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- correct about spell out =, but can use +/- just not with blood type
Complete thread -- Quincke needle
Complete thread -- s/l klinky tip needle
Complete thread -- I believe you always spell out plus/minus/equals unless use is in a table, to
Complete thread -- According to BOS...no equal sign. Thanks anyways!
Complete thread -- T-tube dimensions - A=30 mm or A equals 30 mm?
Complete thread -- catheter was cuffed, intact and etc link
Complete thread -- Infuse-a-Cath Catheter sm
Complete thread -- sighhh
Complete thread -- Oh I read it, I think being misprounced and consider the route
Complete thread -- the marksman medal with rifle indicates an expert marksman in the Corps.
Complete thread -- of course it is right..that is misprounced nearly every time.
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- verifying
Complete thread -- thanks can't post wav. Also s/l "infuse-a-cath" There is Port-A-Cath and Infuse-A-Port
Complete thread -- remewt ? remnant. I usually hear something like catheter tip
Complete thread -- Not pronouncing it correctly, but sinciput fits context. Ty.
Complete thread -- sinciput?
Complete thread -- possibly saying infusion cath removed but s/l "fewzi cath remewt"
Complete thread -- ?sincipital
Complete thread -- Maybe means used both loop and rollerball and just mangled the sentence.
Complete thread -- persistent occiput posterior, if not *sux in put* presentation
Complete thread -- patient with CML presented with fever and chills. "He's a caffermute." Culture pos
Complete thread -- There is rollerball electrocautery but can't think of
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking, just hadn't heard it put that way before.
Complete thread -- maybe meaning late decelerations
Complete thread -- late decelerations?
Complete thread -- s/l lates?
Complete thread -- You misunderstood the question. We know of this, but doc said
Complete thread -- aha! thank you :)
Complete thread -- ALTE - apparent life-threatening event
Complete thread -- child meets no critera for "an alpie" and can be safely discharged.
Complete thread -- with?
Complete thread -- rollerball
Complete thread -- Found it, thanks. I didn't have a city, just a state.
Complete thread -- Meant is physician in PA.
Complete thread -- Is physician PA? Not sure from your post. What city?
Complete thread -- MTHFR
Complete thread -- The catheter with cuff intact was removed easily.
Complete thread -- ? physician on-call
Complete thread -- reproductive endocrinology care to Dr. s/l Ma-nas-e-ian
Complete thread -- she also takes some supplemental folic acid because of s/l NTHR heterozygosity
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Complete thread -- methylprednisolone (Medrol) - sm
Complete thread -- A Babinski response is abnormal. Can hear withdrawal response in dictation(pain, tickle sm
Complete thread -- Perhaps not, but whatever area of the report where this sentence is, is considered context
Complete thread -- I got it compensated edentia
Complete thread -- Tx, will QA bec would not help any. patient is in today for his regular followup,
Complete thread -- Can you give more context? What type of report, pt being seen for, etc?
Complete thread -- This is clear but neither way could be correct? Any ideas? Compensated *edentula*
Complete thread -- If you google methylprednisone, check out 2nd hit at drugs.com.
Complete thread -- can you verify a P view? don't imagine so. It's PA
Complete thread -- There is no methylprednisone, so.....
Complete thread -- NM, this is a stat and I need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Pt admitted with COPD exacerbation. Start *methyl prednisone* 80 mg IV
Complete thread -- Here is a link about the Babinski reflex that may help. It could actually be "more."
Complete thread -- Moro is an infant reflex present at birth, so probably not that.
Complete thread -- cephalization? Please see inside for Google links...
Complete thread -- Is always PA and lateral and the word you're looking for is probably cephalization.
Complete thread -- Might be Moro? I'm not absolutely certain as this is new to me, but
Complete thread -- chest x-ray, P and lateral, shows no cardiomegaly, pleural effusions, ...
Complete thread -- Babinski testing elicits s/l *more* withdrawal response, definitely no ...
Complete thread -- primary care physician, the patient has none, admitted s/l city call.
Complete thread -- "w/o hearing it, would think it is a stutter on decels" - you never mentined deep could sm
Complete thread -- go ahead and use her stutter..you'll be wrong..but that is your choice.
Complete thread -- it would depend on the country where it's taught, I'd say.
Complete thread -- lifts ankle?
Complete thread -- decels don't ordinarly last 2-3 minutes..deep decelerations do. hence deep. not a stutter
Complete thread -- The patient...
Complete thread -- foot pain
Complete thread -- PT
Complete thread -- surgery
Complete thread -- Thank you so much
Complete thread -- Kleihauer-Betke test??? ...
Complete thread -- s/l*clinohai betki* - labor and delivery
Complete thread -- it doesn't really sound like figure-of-eight....
Complete thread -- Makes me wonder what they teach in elementary school English these days.
Complete thread -- both is the clue..so feet
Complete thread -- anatomy
Complete thread -- for leg wound s/l "jackson" gel...NM
Complete thread -- First off. singular is cornu and plural is cornua, not cornua and cornuae. free-tied
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- hysterectomy ----- s/l 4F
Complete thread -- yes, a bit, elevated, but very possible.
Complete thread -- well shoot, nope, a bit out of normal range
Complete thread -- let me make sure you understood, 14.3 (still normal range)
Complete thread -- 14.3 would be more logical....
Complete thread -- The first one listed. Normal white blood cell count (WBC) 4,300 - 10,800 cells/µL/cu mm
Complete thread -- Dictator says white blood cell count is "fourteen three" ??
Complete thread -- I got it. "She does not have any steps." Then goes on and starts to say "No" and changes
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- could it be catheter-related bacteruria?
Complete thread -- In SH, s/l "She does not have any staffs know"
Complete thread -- Probable s/l "catheter-lytic" bacteruria.
Complete thread -- your s/l linmont may be --- Klintmalm liver transplant clamp sm & link
Complete thread -- flap tear?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- "Linmont" vascular side clamp on vena cava (liver transplant).
Complete thread -- Why instead of being disappointed, you can easily send them an email with a suggestion
Complete thread -- It wasn't the normal case with intrauterine growth restriction, nonreassuring tracing,
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help. He is really mumbling, so I am just not sure.
Complete thread -- ;-) !
Complete thread -- Yep-who knows? Wouldn't it be great if we could always here back what
Complete thread -- Or, maybe "endoscopic sclerotherapy."
Complete thread -- Or, maybe "
Complete thread -- I feel that is highly promising, given that the s/l=so odd. The preceding word cautery,tho
Complete thread -- (thank you!:-) Yes, h c l o k c, I very much appreciate hearing a wide variety of suggest
Complete thread -- Meaning, they used endoscopy to get there and do the therapy.
Complete thread -- Any chance of "endoscopic" therapy??
Complete thread -- I can't seem to make it out. I'm going to flag, but thanks so much
Complete thread -- another WAG.. sclerosing therapy? (injection of sclerosing agent like Sotolol)
Complete thread -- she may be saying *something* sclerotherapy
Complete thread -- can you hear "a (an) argon laser"?
Complete thread -- I cannot get your s/l. Might pt have received laser cautery (light, not electric) first?SM
Complete thread -- problem list - esl
Complete thread -- (it succeeded in putting OP on the correct cognitive path, my only intention.)
Complete thread -- confirming,...deep decels (in FHR) is common in 1st & 2nd stage of labor, not in OPD.
Complete thread -- WAG: "No untended need seen at this time."?
Complete thread -- NM, I got it -- Barrett's-type epithelium.
Complete thread -- Upper endoscopy showed one tongue of Barrett's *diva-fillee.* The patient canceled...
Complete thread -- Dunno. Sent it on to QA and they didn't get it either. I guess it's anyone's guess. Thx.
Complete thread -- You gave out unconfirmable information that now you say only your QA says
Complete thread -- antihypertensive?
Complete thread -- something dyspnea maybe? or tachypnea?
Complete thread -- bet you're right.
Complete thread -- 1. Hx of COPD. Continue with round-the-clock bronchodilators. No "uh-tee-need-see-uh"
Complete thread -- the appendix is normal maybe?
Complete thread -- Thanks BBob. I will research and learn this phrase and see how it may fit!! :)
Complete thread -- fornix comes to mind.
Complete thread -- I've done lots of OB-GYN and never heard and it wasn't in Stedman's OB-GYN, so it's not
Complete thread -- Ct help - The "pah-neeks" is normal. See msg for whole report
Complete thread -- Like yourself, your company does not know what it's talking about..once again.
Complete thread -- To answer the question directed at me, it was the 2nd edition of BOS
Complete thread -- and I say it could be deep or it could be a stutter "Deee...decels" what is scary
Complete thread -- I'm not saying I agree, but they do have a point about dex
Complete thread -- I have never worked anywhere that says abbreviating drugs is ever okay, regardless of BOS.
Complete thread -- And again, I say that if you say something so outlandish, you don't have a clue and should
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks again for the great help.
Complete thread -- That must be some weird company thing then, because NO edition of the BoS ever says it is
Complete thread -- get over yourself.. beiung a stutter is a possibility in this case so it was suggested
Complete thread -- plexopathy? myelopathy?
Complete thread -- Check this out
Complete thread -- he is saying 2-dimensional
Complete thread -- two-dimensional
Complete thread -- deep decels (decelerations) is a common term. Deep is correct.
Complete thread -- placement of lateral mass screws in the s/l micro technique.
Complete thread -- deep decel(eration)s
Complete thread -- You really should not give out info if you a) don't have a clue or b) don't look it up
Complete thread -- 2-Dimensional
Complete thread -- There's something there that s/l deep or beep
Complete thread -- Her _____________echocardiogram. I absolutely cannot hear 2-D.
Complete thread -- don't know but here is a link with info on that clinical trial
Complete thread -- 547 hits on google
Complete thread -- WAG - radiculopathy?
Complete thread -- There is a Mills dressing (Stedman's Ortho).
Complete thread -- s/l glyconopathy
Complete thread -- w/o hearing it, would think it is a stutter on decels
Complete thread -- is this for heart valve replacement? they do have a new tissue prosthesis for that
Complete thread -- She did have a couple of spontaneuous ??deep??decelerations which lasted for 2 or 3
Complete thread -- what version of BOS? --sm
Complete thread -- Look under "Dangerous abbreviations and dose designations"
Complete thread -- WAG... elevate off the fissure?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tissue prosthesis to avoid long term anticoagulation.
Complete thread -- Less controversial. I am not the one who started an issue over it.
Complete thread -- mild compression?
Complete thread -- I would think "poor frustation tolerance" or "poor tolerance to frustration"
Complete thread -- s/l milled compression dressing
Complete thread -- It might have been less controversial to say "My QA said ...."
Complete thread -- *poor* frustration to tolerance
Complete thread -- hey can you log in for a second? I need to ask a question and do not want to break any sm
Complete thread -- chemotherapy drug s/l "glass cyclobine"
Complete thread -- Thanks that was what I needed to know. I searched my BOS but could not find it. sm
Complete thread -- hmm already said the rest for you? As in why would I ask a stupid question? or it sm
Complete thread -- If you go by AAMT BOS, expand all medications.
Complete thread -- As with any other med (vancomycin -vanco, ampicillin - amp, gentamycin - gent), I would
Complete thread -- you are correct but only expand if client says you need to... it is so commonly known
Complete thread -- well here is one that will probably bring out the "how could you ask such a stupid sm
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Wow, just throwing stuff out there w/out listening to wav & without even being given s/l
Complete thread -- Both-bone fracture ORIF - s/l suture or switcher of the bones
Complete thread -- Can ya not google Nordic Track?
Complete thread -- marshalling means to make ready for use and I know they do drill on gun prep and position
Complete thread -- Geez, now I find Marksman and pt was in Marine Corps, so I think it fits.
Complete thread -- Anyone familiar with badges, ribbons, medals given to military? I'm hearing...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Usually that would be "a TE fistula" (tracheoesophageal). "E" is often lost in prior "T."
Complete thread -- Thank you! I kept thinking he was saying serum electrolytes twice.
Complete thread -- I hear "His urine studies showed no eos and casts, and serum electrolytes..."
Complete thread -- Urine sediment showed no eos or casts, and...? Microscopic? (bad sound card)
Complete thread -- ongoing?
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav
Complete thread -- good link... I had never heard of Clancy, do usually O'Brien and Neer
Complete thread -- s/l open COPD
Complete thread -- There are 2 parts of the scar? or tortuous? (complex), with no "of a"??
Complete thread -- Thank you! (the reference you cite seems useful! and user-friendly! :-)
Complete thread -- Miwok? In California?
Complete thread -- www.NordicTrack.com = official site of Nordic Track.
Complete thread -- Clancy
Complete thread -- working out on a NordicTrack (am I spelling the NordicTrack right?
Complete thread -- I guess so!! What a waste of time. It is so weird. thx for answering nicely! ha ha
Complete thread -- Wow, my stupid question. This actually got a lot of attention. Not foreign at all if sm
Complete thread -- another WAG...Apley's. nm
Complete thread -- i'll listen again. thanks!
Complete thread -- WAG... they do empty can sign for that problem, maybe that is what is being said?
Complete thread -- Nope. The troll(s) on here think they know, but they have no clue. They are mental
Complete thread -- s/l clan-see
Complete thread -- Uh huh. You can dish it huh. And how do you know who I am???
Complete thread -- And that proves you are foreign. My stupid question this???
Complete thread -- Never mind. I think it's "top cover over the..."
Complete thread -- OH! Now I do! Thanks :) He defin. slurred the beginning of that. Thanks a zillion.
Complete thread -- Am I the only one that doesn't know who everyone is? :)
Complete thread -- wonder if U R hearing "feeding arteries" ?? see link
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I know you sent it in, but could he be saying he had 2 tb or no tb?
Complete thread -- stenosis in artery or its s/l seeding/seating/ceding branches (sm)
Complete thread -- live is too short. help or get off the board. please.
Complete thread -- complete wild guess.... taut, tender bands?
Complete thread -- NM. Short note and I need to send in now.
Complete thread -- (Please excuse word(s) missing after "examination today." My typo.)
Complete thread -- Pt in acupuncture clinic with various aches and pains after return from Gulf War.
Complete thread -- Thats it , thanks
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- agree with zen, Abelmo = abdominal sonogram
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, but I don't think that is it? Unfortunately, the dr mumbles
Complete thread -- abdominal sonogram?
Complete thread -- WAG - bone marrow edema?
Complete thread -- a bedside sonogram?
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "bel-mo" sonogram
Complete thread -- I am not arguing that point. I am simply saying people here just want to argue even if sm
Complete thread -- oooh.. that's much better.
Complete thread -- just got ortho dumped on me, so don't have a book!! s/l fem-a-ro
Complete thread -- I am not going to take your bait to a fight. I wrote it as my QA just told me this week.
Complete thread -- My dog told me to write it plantar flexors, but I had a resource book to document
Complete thread -- Kind of silly huh RI?
Complete thread -- It is certainly the truth, you see it every day here.
Complete thread -- it doesn't take arguing to prove the fact that this country is dumbed down. Accept it.
Complete thread -- Not an excuse just a fact.
Complete thread -- to me, he is totally unintelligible; sorry, can't help
Complete thread -- Wow, my stupid question this actually got a lot of attention !
Complete thread -- Excuse
Complete thread -- thanks all!
Complete thread -- Well, if you are going to transcribe ortho, then, as a professional, you should invest in
Complete thread -- This is actually very funny. These are people who just want to argue. Notice how it sm
Complete thread -- Not everyone owns a Stedman's Ortho.
Complete thread -- I just had this pointed out to me this week. You write dorsiflexors and plantarflexors.
Complete thread -- They are 2 separate actions. dorsiflexor and plantar flexor. Check your Stedman's Ortho
Complete thread -- It's not one word.
Complete thread -- how do you write dorsiplantarflexors? google has as 3 words?
Complete thread -- sm. I am not sure if I am missing a number in these blanks as my numbering is not sm
Complete thread -- but I understand why we're not necessarily multilingual like Europeans
Complete thread -- Chvostek's sign.?? This is a guess w/o more info available.
Complete thread -- You just pull that out of your hat? 80% to 90%???????
Complete thread -- Skin exam: Revealed no vitiligo. "Schwastick" was absent???
Complete thread -- Well, 80% to 90% is certainly a majority.
Complete thread -- Not true at all and you know it. You know why you do it, to get attention, yelling
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- guess it's a combination between bad educators and kids don't want to learn
Complete thread -- You lumped all Americans who can "OF COURSE" speak one language. You
Complete thread -- It's dysesthesia. Thanks to all for your input!
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- R U sure U don't mean "bottom of the barrel in education?" "or knowledge?" I would
Complete thread -- And what does your baby psych manual tell you about someone who does nothing
Complete thread -- There you go again, forcing your uninvited and severely lacking attempt to play
Complete thread -- seeee a put down
Complete thread -- I love it when you do this. This is all you do. If you want to continue to play psych,
Complete thread -- telling like it is. Constant put downs of helpers and OP
Complete thread -- Mirror?
Complete thread -- None of my ESLs are better at English? And I find that many don't want to be or
Complete thread -- No the doc just says I think for anxiety. I was trying to figure out what she said sm
Complete thread -- Onelook: 16 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word xenophobe.
Complete thread -- No!, that is not why the question was asked, it was to induce
Complete thread -- But your s/l (and on the wav) s/l Adderall? Does the patient have ADHD?
Complete thread -- atarax can be used for anxiety.
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: _________ (she spells Aderol), I think for anxiety. I keep hearing sm
Complete thread -- and the board is saddened and sickened by your constant bull
Complete thread -- Sad but true... Now I gotta ask what a xenophobe is? LOL
Complete thread -- wow, you sound like a xenophobe. Foreigners are usually better at English than
Complete thread -- never mind. I listened again. She's saying "ITP and splenectomy." Thanks anyway:)
Complete thread -- Is this correct? "TPN splenectomy"? The patient is in the office to discuss the use
Complete thread -- Not baloney. A true question. This question saddens and sickens me
Complete thread -- U must be a foreigner. Or else why question 1st grade English....
Complete thread -- Thank you so very much!! I tried every spelling I could think of.
Complete thread -- Exactly why I asked.
Complete thread -- guessing maybe Plavix?
Complete thread -- uricosuric properties. ...
Complete thread -- s/l "la pelvic 75 mg
Complete thread -- Patient with gout. Doc says for its s/l uro-ko-churic properties we will high dose
Complete thread -- Maybe because like a lot of questions, if we KNEW why they thought something, they could b
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Agree--the caps, i.e., yelling, and use of "masher" is getting really old! You are the on
Complete thread -- I admit, I had to wonder the same thing.
Complete thread -- Why in the HECK do you use MASHER 800 billionty times?? Why do you continually
Complete thread -- OH STOP IT, DON'T start. OP JUST IGNORE THIS baloney
Complete thread -- Really? Please tell us why you would even THINK that...
Complete thread -- Thank you.....
Complete thread -- ahh, that's a new one to me, thanks hootie sm for others too
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- yuck, just noticed I hit enter instead of my name
Complete thread -- The right and left stripe (SING) is (SING)
Complete thread -- or dysesthesia sm
Complete thread -- nope
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- would you cap. "the" here... As you know, *the* Smiths are moving out west.
Complete thread -- your s/l onuval may be Oruvail
Complete thread -- It was Nature's Blend calcium I think.
Complete thread -- Lateral atlas (C1) might be in there sm
Complete thread -- I think I will flag since no other information available.
Complete thread -- Will try to rule out a * T fistula *. (patient getting a CAT scan)
Complete thread -- Kleihauer-Betke
Complete thread -- This doc dictates a heading as Diagnoses: and numbers them, but I thought that heading was
Complete thread -- Nature's Life Brand (vitamins)?
Complete thread -- cephalomedullary
Complete thread -- osteoporosis prevention in the form of Fortical *natures brand* and calcium
Complete thread -- his left femoral pathologic fracture treated with a "sef-la" medulary device
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- adenopathy. Ascending aorta?
Complete thread -- with exercise or activity?
Complete thread -- "On the open-mouth view, the gap between the lateral masses of C-1 and the dens should ...
Complete thread -- interim?
Complete thread -- dens, masses
Complete thread -- Neither is a heading in a PE. Diagnosis is singular. Diagnoses is plural.
Complete thread -- The *dens* is intact. The lateral *mats* of C1 are well
Complete thread -- here today for an *inter*-periodic physical.
Complete thread -- *awoke* gentleman
Complete thread -- Pulse oximetry is 95% on room air and he did not saturate below 90% with exercise or
Complete thread -- No suspicious nodules, masses or adenopathy *assuming* aorta was at the upp
Complete thread -- hypesthesia?
Complete thread -- Only thing I can think of is paresthesia?...nm
Complete thread -- med s/l onuval
Complete thread -- OMG you are so good! That's it.
Complete thread -- Maybe...graft-versus-host-disease ?....nm
Complete thread -- She does have some muscle wasting already and s/l "empisthesia." We had a
Complete thread -- whoops, looking for archives on which one to use for heading in pe sorry.
Complete thread -- Pt. with acute myelogenous leukemia. sm
Complete thread -- Diagnoses diagnosis
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone, he does not give headings so I think I will go with IMPRESSION
Complete thread -- I would flag for sure. Maybe - no past history of life threatening thrombotic event
Complete thread -- sometimes I wish we could erase our own posts! I missed where you said HPI went before.
Complete thread -- As a progress note, if what went before it was subjective, objective, then I would use
Complete thread -- no. with no past history...Coumadin may [outweigh] benefit.
Complete thread -- Gilbert is liver condition, Guillain-Barre neuro condition(look for clues in text
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- with no pass out history and nonlife-threatening thrombotic event,
Complete thread -- All dictators don't use same heading. Use what they dictate.
Complete thread -- thanks Lilik :D
Complete thread -- Funny, I've never really thought about either or. It's whatever they dictate for me
Complete thread -- extensor surfaces
Complete thread -- *extensive services* with pitting on his nails.
Complete thread -- wondering if I should use impression or assessment here. Is there an instance when
Complete thread -- Oh good grief. It will not affect kidney function. (slapping forehead) need coffee.....
Complete thread -- "not effect kidney function", post stent.
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion, but don't think that's it. Sending it to QA. Thanks again!
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! That's what it is! :)
Complete thread -- almost s/l correcting himself, leaving out #4, saying "signed" (s/l backed up a bit trying
Complete thread -- facet blocks?
Complete thread -- first one might be ciprofloxacin ?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Gilbert('s) syndrome
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Med help please, just listed without dosage info. "chep-uh-plaxin" and "fan-sert"
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I was confusing myself with trying to make it only one finger. Thanks.
Complete thread -- "four-joint" left hand MCP joint replacement greater than 15 years ago. I'm not sure
Complete thread -- I would leave it like that
Complete thread -- Punctuation needed for "past greater than five years"? Hyphen? full sentence inside
Complete thread -- 2nd time in report...
Complete thread -- PT?
Complete thread -- 28-1/7 weeks.
Complete thread -- Laboratory data
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- collarbone or collar bone?
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- correlate (form of word "correlation")
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- I agree with you. Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Sounds to me like he started to say recurred and changed to returned mid word.
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- not usually much history for a 1 year old other than pregnancy and birth so
Complete thread -- ty flagged
Complete thread -- YES, that is what she is mumbling. Thank you so much. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- I will listen for that. Thank you so much. Will let you know if I hear that.
Complete thread -- intrauterine growth retardation?
Complete thread -- Folbee vitamin supplement
Complete thread -- too chopped up, I'd leave blank
Complete thread -- no idea what this ESL is saying. Makes me want to scream.....
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- lentiform nucleus was all I could find too. No idea what Win is talking
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- only saw as nucleus as googling, thanks
Complete thread -- usually hear 200 mg for ibuprofen -- aspirin is 325 mg or 81 mg usually
Complete thread -- Would hyphenate double vowels of intra-axial and extra-axial
Complete thread -- would have to be stripes (plural)--did you try googling this?
Complete thread -- The left and right lentiform s/l "stripe" are identified
Complete thread -- I would have a low threshold to consult orthopedics
Complete thread -- If the above workup is unrevealing and her symptoms worsen, I would _____ sm
Complete thread -- Roux limb
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- is there really a dosage of 200 mg for ASA? been researching but can't find any
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think missing the point. Rather than argue and bad mouth
Complete thread -- not changed
Complete thread -- Thanks for help. I'll listen again with that in mind.
Complete thread -- Tobramycin???
Complete thread -- Allergies: _____ (s/l oober mycin). Any ideas? Nothing else to go on.
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- no.
Complete thread -- A full-skin check was done. need hyphen?
Complete thread -- to. use too when meaning also or like too much/too little, etc.
Complete thread -- to
Complete thread -- too vs. to
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- awkward as can be, but yes. On the 3rd digits of both hands, they both have that
Complete thread -- TY to both helpers.
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- I hear that, too, but with "it" after albeit. You might want to add some
Complete thread -- That's what I hear.. do you think she means short in time on repeat? Only thing I can
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- Flagged
Complete thread -- (sorry, pardon my post. I didn't notice there was an inside message.)
Complete thread -- Cogentin, providing it fits. Dox kan't spel.
Complete thread -- Acute-on-chronic renal failure with a creatinine of 2.8. Start patient on
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Snort. That's too funny.... No logic for ASR.
Complete thread -- I think it looks great except for the 'on CVM ' at the end of that one sentence?
Complete thread -- ASR funny. guaifenasin = quiet wife, I sing. nm
Complete thread -- which is why I flagged it for him.
Complete thread -- bezoar(s)
Complete thread -- food *bezuars*
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- Can you document "EYE CAPS" cause I can't.
Complete thread -- Yeah, and we all know how right they are with spelling. :(
Complete thread -- well, I would have gone with ICaps, but he spelled out e y e. thanks, though!
Complete thread -- ICaps® eye vitamin AREDS formula. I've always seen this. never "Eye Caps"?
Complete thread -- s/l Fuchinex? liquid 30 ml per PEG tube twice a day
Complete thread -- on medication list; he says it just like this: " E Y E caps C A P S"
Complete thread -- ahhhh Jesus. Can't I just get one day with dictators who actually SPEAK ENGLISH?!?!?
Complete thread -- Thanks, I guess I was spelling it wrong that is why I couldn't come up with anything = )
Complete thread -- Conners material on Google suggests hyphen between T and the number.
Complete thread -- connors parent rating scale question
Complete thread -- irrigation fluid was done. not were done. needs some cleaning up with punctuation etc.
Complete thread -- thank you both! nm
Complete thread -- here's a site
Complete thread -- Penrose
Complete thread -- orbit mass removal, s/l "primrose" drain left in eye sm
Complete thread -- it's been that kind of day. sorry, doubled
Complete thread -- okay.
Complete thread -- uh oh, hit send...here's sm
Complete thread -- patient with multiple myeloma on chemo. sm...
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks very much!
Complete thread -- Tromner?
Complete thread -- He isn't saying Hoffman twice...he's saying something else there.
Complete thread -- negative Hoffman and palmomental (reflex)?
Complete thread -- Yes, I hear it now too. Awaiting biopsy. OPERATION:
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Same. s/l Bleeding ? OPERATION:
Complete thread -- awaiting biopsy for .....operation
Complete thread -- 2. ummm... ulcerative lesion of the neck.
Complete thread -- negative s/l "tronman" and palmomental bilaterally.
Complete thread -- I keep hearing something between 2. and OPERATION.
Complete thread -- Surely the OP can take the 2 suggestions given and find supporting herself, no?
Complete thread -- Thanks BB.
Complete thread -- what appears to be a segment of skin included.
Complete thread -- . Elliptical incision was made over the larger cyst and it appears ______segment of
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- agree with mt54
Complete thread -- and the other at the intersection of the ... ...
Complete thread -- Please listen to .wav. TB case. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think I wil flag as I cannot be sure.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- of course, that should be "are any new symptoms"
Complete thread -- "if there is any new symptoms of likely ischemia, I will consider" IMHO
Complete thread -- I plan to follow up in a month’s time if there is any ______. I will consider more
Complete thread -- cavities?
Complete thread -- maybe GI.
Complete thread -- : No previous strokes, TIA, ____ disease, peptic ulcer disease, or malignancies.
Complete thread -- Ugh! Thank you to both !!! :)
Complete thread -- alight s/m
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- NEURO: He moves freely around the room. He is able to s/l "light" and ascend from
Complete thread -- Win sure always thinks there is only one nm, so I guess it is catching.
Complete thread -- Thanks. And thanks for catching the error!!
Complete thread -- sure was TIME to go down the page with stupid bull though huh
Complete thread -- symptoms OR radiation? There is no relationship to exertion?
Complete thread -- Oh yes, hclokc, like there is only ONE nm on this board! Surely you are not that naive.
Complete thread -- And now we are expected to give OP "supporting data" for our suggestions? Who has time fo
Complete thread -- She has been complaining of chest discomfort described as a pressure weight in her sm
Complete thread -- CAD and CHF are 2 different things, both affect the heart but are different
Complete thread -- NOT ONE presented supporting data, not ONE through all this
Complete thread -- but then you wouldn't have anything to gripe about... that might ruin your day.
Complete thread -- Which nm is that?
Complete thread -- She certainly has a ton of excuses. Maybe she could just pick one and stick with it.
Complete thread -- I didn't say I wasn't spoon feeding, I said "nm" is the one who doesn't like spoon feeding
Complete thread -- s/l crossed X -- may be cross-hatching sm
Complete thread -- Lack of effort. hmm that would classify as spoonfeeding and would be the OP that needs sm
Complete thread -- Oh, please! Don't even try to say your lack of effort/incorrect spelling is a way of you
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!!!!
Complete thread -- Most helpers are also working themselves and can make a mistake, but help guide in the sm
Complete thread -- optimization of medical therapy is what I hear
Complete thread -- exactly... often us helpers are passing through and giving a quick answer to point someone
Complete thread -- And same goes for a helper that could take 2 seconds to make sure they give
Complete thread -- I found one that shows the A, B, C......
Complete thread -- but once again it is the OP's responsibility to verify correct answer. sm
Complete thread -- If she fails ____medical therapy I would not hesitate to perform a repeat outpatient
Complete thread -- Yeah, like it is not important enough to gripe about people putting incorrect
Complete thread -- I'd expect world peace first.
Complete thread -- but then you wouldn't have anything to gripe about... that might ruin your day.
Complete thread -- Only one I could find was Canadian Cardiovascular Society functional classification ...Can
Complete thread -- Canadian Cardiovascular Society!!
Complete thread -- How about spelling your answers correctly, hclokc.
Complete thread -- As you recall, she is a 39-year-old female, well known to both of us, with severe sm
Complete thread -- I will listen again. thanks for all the help
Complete thread -- hope you found the right spelling
Complete thread -- FOLFIRI chemotherapy
Complete thread -- omg, yes. i even saw that when searching for 6 in FOLFOX. Thx
Complete thread -- I believe it's FOLFIRI.
Complete thread -- FOLFERI? chemo protocol.
Complete thread -- agree... likely dragging out PSH "isss" dermal fat graft
Complete thread -- pt with colorectal cancer had rf ablation followed by s/l"proferi" and Avastin
Complete thread -- Sounds just like me. LOL :D
Complete thread -- Thanks was just coming to say I figured it out on the 100th listen. LOL
Complete thread -- and underwent a normal ...
Complete thread -- As you recall, he was experiencing atypical chest pain and had a ______cardiac stress
Complete thread -- does it sound like they are stuttering around the dis? and just meant dermal?
Complete thread -- Agree, the only thing it can be. Thx
Complete thread -- agree UV ureterovesical
Complete thread -- can you make UV out of it?
Complete thread -- past surgical history: disdermal fat graft
Complete thread -- can you add more around your s/l?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l disdermal fat graft. (I found dermal fat graft, but what about 'dis'?)
Complete thread -- I don't like guessing at meds. Not sure how you feel about it. If unsure,
Complete thread -- LV junction, not function (above)
Complete thread -- "Ureterolithiasis with stone at left *LV* junction"
Complete thread -- I see retrogradation on onelook
Complete thread -- "retrogation"...is this a proper word? Something to do with retrograde...?
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- moyamoya ?
Complete thread -- Patient with history of strokes, diagnosed with s/l "mooie mooie" disease
Complete thread -- his target organs are
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much :)
Complete thread -- Search box good for stuff like this
Complete thread -- segue
Complete thread -- After chemotherapy for his IgA myeloma, his IgA is not completely normal but is
Complete thread -- Is segway a word? I cannot find in dictionary.
Complete thread -- ?Gish autoinfuser
Complete thread -- WAG... "no gross nodularity"?
Complete thread -- We need context! Can't give opinion/answer without knowing context!!!
Complete thread -- I's and O's. Single letters need an apostrophe.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. I am not able to rearrange, though.
Complete thread -- Maybe the "t" of soft combined with apical? Soft apical flow murmur?
Complete thread -- S/P total knee arthroplasty. s/l gish
Complete thread -- spelling by dictator k-o-j-e-n-t-e-n
Complete thread -- s/l not soss pit tree.
Complete thread -- soft *typical* flow murmur
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- See msg
Complete thread -- can you rearrange?
Complete thread -- This scar was marked out in its total length and *crossed x’d* in the area we
Complete thread -- WAG: ACL (reconstruction)??
Complete thread -- IMO I think it is your first example.
Complete thread -- 2 Sigvaris support hose?
Complete thread -- Need punctuation help, as I am not sure when sentence stops/starts. See inside:
Complete thread -- Status post right knee *quay-cell* and complex osteotomy.
Complete thread -- I think so...see link
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- *churl support hose *
Complete thread -- YW.. :D
Complete thread -- wag/don't know the op: double diaper?
Complete thread -- It is diaper.
Complete thread -- s/l pre-disp-en-tia
Complete thread -- WAG.. double bumper? (held up on both sides maybe)
Complete thread -- It wasn't until I saw your mL in print that it dawned on me. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- proximal *starting* drill
Complete thread -- And you chose the wrong thing(s). That's real mud.
Complete thread -- double *biper* technique
Complete thread -- I know. Oh, you genius! It is 60 - it is cc per minute.
Complete thread -- it is usually done in mL/min? s/m
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I am confused on how he is saying this. I am pretty sure I hear 54.8 60 per minute
Complete thread -- Now I feel stupid. I thought it was close plus
Complete thread -- I did google it, of course, but the Stedman's entry was making me question it (along with
Complete thread -- Thanks! I think I can make out hyperchloremia, uremia, metabolic
Complete thread -- yep, I agree
Complete thread -- ++ edema which =2+
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks so much.
Complete thread -- that's it, thanks both
Complete thread -- Behcet syndrome?
Complete thread -- Behcet? SM
Complete thread -- hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis.
Complete thread -- *hyper clay mack er a remia metabolic acidosis.*
Complete thread -- intrafascicular
Complete thread -- GRAFTING OF THE MEDIAN NERVE, *intravesicular cable* GRAFTING REPAIR OF THE FCR
Complete thread -- s/l *chef syndrome* any ideas? thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- There are... lol. but that's right. The rules to decide which noun agrees with the verb
Complete thread -- No, there is simple subject-verb agreement rules, Pieces is the noun of agreement
Complete thread -- guess - of interest?
Complete thread -- ovaries bilaterally, evidence of four spots _____ in the cul-de-sac
Complete thread -- you are muddying up the waters. Two clauses; 2nd one could be understood
Complete thread -- IF not dictated, if dictated, then I said are above already.
Complete thread -- yes, the 1st part calls for is, but the 2nd for are--2 clauses here
Complete thread -- pieces are many things, not just 2 things.
Complete thread -- several large pieces (pieces is your noun of agreement) pieces were removed
Complete thread -- debrided with the base of the scalpel
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- There is pain
Complete thread -- were removed, not was--2 things
Complete thread -- google pincher grasp and it asks did you mean pincer grasp and there are
Complete thread -- it's attachment NOT tattooing
Complete thread -- findings is plural; therefore, verb here is too
Complete thread -- There is radicular pain Findings (are) confirmed by imaging. so
Complete thread -- Well, I believe I will go with what I "think" she said, which was pincher, although I am
Complete thread -- believe it should be pincer grasp; babies learn to pick things up in a pincer grasp by 7-8
Complete thread -- Used 5-0 nylon suture in interrupted fashion. or Nylon 5-0 suture was used..
Complete thread -- there is radicular pain and findings confirmed by imaging (is/are)
Complete thread -- best way to recast this so his sentence doesn't start with a number?
Complete thread -- Then the cavity was debrided with ___________scalpel and several large pieces of sm
Complete thread -- ackling,” and snapping off its tattooing as if it was *mis made*
Complete thread -- My Stedman's ortho has, under pincer: p. testing. Also has, like you said, pinch grasp.
Complete thread -- another guess - vee necking or V necking?
Complete thread -- I may pinch your head off.
Complete thread -- Her pincher grasp is good. Is that pincher or pincer. Stedman's ortho has pinch
Complete thread -- I understand what you mean OP. You were wondering if by saying "or" the dictator
Complete thread -- I'm not sure. He says the "V" pretty clearly. Thanks for your suggestion.
Complete thread -- could it be vein nicking?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- At times the scar heals well, but also at other times, the scar may not heal well.
Complete thread -- punctuation
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Can AV nicking refer to skin? I've only heard it in reference with eyes. Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- QUINIDINE - ORAL (Quinaglute, Quinidex, Quinora), includes side effects, drug interactions
Complete thread -- BTW, this is a skin exam and the macule is on the chest. nm
Complete thread -- *clinaglute* 325 at bedtime
Complete thread -- Sooooo dangerous. Wish you would respond back with why you felt that needed?
Complete thread -- 3 evaluation by an ENT specialist in Amnityville who reported (NO commas needed)
Complete thread -- AV nick(ing)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- as well as changes in a *posterior pattern* consistent with reflux.
Complete thread -- There is an atypically pigmented 6 mm macule with s/l "V nicking" in
Complete thread -- gram-positive
Complete thread -- Looked it up, page 195 on 2nd Edition
Complete thread -- I would fire an MT for making that type of decision.
Complete thread -- gram-positive cocci. No, somewhere in the BOS it says if used like this, do not cap it.
Complete thread -- Gram positive cocci. Cap or not?
Complete thread -- OMG why in the world would you want to OMIT such important medical info. That's not a dec
Complete thread -- As dictated. Why would you change it? ?
Complete thread -- D: Her father died of coronary artery disease or CHF, and her mother had hypertension
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- That's what I thought I heard too. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Cardiac exam is significant for ? Not sure, though.
Complete thread -- Google it and find Westergren sedimentation rate (WSR),
Complete thread -- OK I found WSR. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Cardiac exam is _______________regular sinus rhythm without murmurs or gallop. I sm
Complete thread -- Lab test WSR. I know ESR but can anyone tell me what WSR is. This is a rheumatology
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- ANA-associated inflammatory arthropathy
Complete thread -- The patient presents prior to her regularly scheduled appointment for reevaluation of
Complete thread -- MRAI: magnetic resonance angiography/imaging???
Complete thread -- See msg. TY.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I found it. It is Sutent. ESL and said it a little more clearly later on.
Complete thread -- s/l history of cardiac arrest and failure
Complete thread -- yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- 4/5?
Complete thread -- acromioclavicular?
Complete thread -- diplegic gait?
Complete thread -- on the s/l "left its 4 slat-fight EHL/EDC, and gastrocnemius.
Complete thread -- Patient with right shoulder injury
Complete thread -- word help type of gait - sm
Complete thread -- I think that's it!! THANK YOU!!
Complete thread -- medication/chemo for renal cell carcinoma with metastases to the lungs.
Complete thread -- now that makes sense. thanks
Complete thread -- history of cardiac arrest ______.
Complete thread -- performed excisionally *ferocious* type manner
Complete thread -- perc(utaneous)
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! I just could not get it all.
Complete thread -- "perch" stick
Complete thread -- You need to learn the difference in what you are arguing against/for.
Complete thread -- no weakness, no slurred speech, no diplopia, no dysphagia?
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks. Not sure if he is just rephrasing?
Complete thread -- I would go with the bottom as given per BOS, page 299, 2nd Edition
Complete thread -- sounds like biceps "Dumory" abnormality
Complete thread -- right and left legs .... right and left hips . right and left sides right and left e
Complete thread -- easier if could hear it, but going by what is listed, sounds like
Complete thread -- wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong.... soooooo wrong
Complete thread -- a lot of "plurals" already in there- right, left, bilateral
Complete thread -- thanks -X appreciate you coming back to share, forgot that one kinda new
Complete thread -- but was wondering if it made sense really. thanks
Complete thread -- no, it is not verbatim
Complete thread -- He is having tenderness bilaterally in the right and left feet or right and
Complete thread -- Is your account verbatim? This is something only YOU should determine.
Complete thread -- I knew it was pleural but I just thought it would be right and left pelvis instead of
Complete thread -- would it just be right and left pelvis?
Complete thread -- All you have to do is look in dictionary OR google plural of pelvis!
Complete thread -- it's the plural of pelvis....
Complete thread -- lacosamide (Vimpat)
Complete thread -- s/l he says pelvises....sm
Complete thread -- I'd put a comma between agitation and beginning.
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- looks like 0.5 mg.
Complete thread -- focusing in the future such as Intuniv or low-dose *osec* stimulants
Complete thread -- *.5* ml per day and raising,
Complete thread -- could you share?
Complete thread -- s/l lakosamide. may be ethosuximide ?
Complete thread -- thanks! Will flag for her since she clearly says urobilinogen in both places.
Complete thread -- got it, thx
Complete thread -- What is the correct to way to do this?
Complete thread -- The first one is probably urobilin.
Complete thread -- regimen of antiepileptics including valproic acid and s/l lakosamide.
Complete thread -- What city/town? Is it ODA for Something-Something Ambulance?
Complete thread -- I agree. I wish someone would invent a shock collar for things like this.
Complete thread -- I think that's better. Thank you.
Complete thread -- may be slurring dislocation?
Complete thread -- transferred to 1 cc syringes; 1 cc was injected into each infraorbital groove, 1 cc was
Complete thread -- got it.... pulpit osteophyte
Complete thread -- Meniscectomy, synovectomy,osteophyte excision.
Complete thread -- facelift procedure
Complete thread -- wonder is meant to say bilirubin see link for standard urine test
Complete thread -- Would you leave urobilinogen in twice or flag one? I'm thinking maybe the dictator
Complete thread -- this could be it. Thanks for replies.
Complete thread -- ossification? calcification?
Complete thread -- deossification??
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- Doesn't matter - the rez is still a dork.
Complete thread -- Lol, it was a real wild guess but I was thinking "mile for limits" was monofilament
Complete thread -- Hootie - you nailed this! Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'm sure you are right Hootie! (Sorry I questioned the 3.61, was thinking anatomic only)
Complete thread -- Doesn't surprise me. This resident can't dictate for s*. (pardon my french)
Complete thread -- Weinstein monofilament?
Complete thread -- if this is exam, the 3.61 doesn't seem right either....can you hear Tinel's, or 2-point
Complete thread -- ?bradykinesia, sm.
Complete thread -- bradykinesia
Complete thread -- positive Phalen’s test and _______limits to 3.61 in the median and ulnar nerve distr
Complete thread -- WAG...brachybasia
Complete thread -- Google talc pleurodesis
Complete thread -- Yes (lot of info on Google), sm
Complete thread -- s/l brachy akinesia? cannot doc for sure
Complete thread -- Probably saying "tele obs" slang for telemetry observation.
Complete thread -- I spoke with his pulmonologist today regarding that effusion and *talc* scarring of
Complete thread -- tele **os** bed
Complete thread -- **ode-ee A**
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Iron overload level at 932. Isn't this too high?
Complete thread -- is it "quantitative hemoglobin levels" ?
Complete thread -- *quantig*and hemoglobin levels were within normal limits
Complete thread -- ooops - i meant to say NEVER MIND - its distal radius
Complete thread -- distal radius?
Complete thread -- nonoperative treatment of a intraarticular nondisplaced "dis-or-eee-us"fracture
Complete thread -- it isn't clear what your s/l actually sounds like.
Complete thread -- that may be, Billybob, but still would flag as not clear
Complete thread -- the doctor says it because the patient says it SM
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks.
Complete thread -- Sandoz is the name of the pharmaceutical co. that makes Sandostatin
Complete thread -- cyclically/continuously
Complete thread -- cyclicly or continuously - NS how to spell it though!
Complete thread -- Patient takes "Sandoz" (as spelled) the only PMH is hypertension.
Complete thread -- help with first blank. short wav reposted.
Complete thread -- okay, lower dose SM
Complete thread -- I wouldn't; 'or' is used just like 'and'....at the end of the list.
Complete thread -- wav posted now
Complete thread -- but he said three options, so do you put an "or" by the second one?
Complete thread -- either or means one or the other, so not needed where you suggest putting it
Complete thread -- ty all
Complete thread -- agree with billybob
Complete thread -- I think the first one is: The patient has been followed.
Complete thread -- as part of HMO, I am required to refer him to this practice
Complete thread -- He has been followed....I am required to refer to this practice.
Complete thread -- low-dose...
Complete thread -- endometriosis and ovarian cysts. will send wav when other MT is helped
Complete thread -- You might want to check AAMT BOS and Merriam-Webster's Style Guide
Complete thread -- I think "demand" should be "demands"
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- You do not add an "s" after a possesive that ends on "s" unless you
Complete thread -- I'm betting on ballerina. (As in one of their positions.)
Complete thread -- Well, I'm not sure for strength issues, but for blood pressure and heart murmurs you
Complete thread -- PT eval...dictates: "4 plus to 5 minus out of 5" Please help!
Complete thread -- nevermind...think it is web. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Chronic nausea
Complete thread -- Oh okay. thanks.
Complete thread -- Means they're waiting for OR availability and the patient is waiting to go there.
Complete thread -- Means the
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- that's what i thought too but i thought that didn't make sense
Complete thread -- Patient on call to the OR...is what I hear.
Complete thread -- Patient ____ to the OR. ?
Complete thread -- It's not plural. You only add the apostrophe afterwards if it is plural.
Complete thread -- . No written or verbal guarantee is given or implied. All questions answered. The sm
Complete thread -- There's an epaulet flap, it's a neck thing.
Complete thread -- What's right before and right after? What procedure?
Complete thread -- s/l epaulet suture. ...
Complete thread -- It certainly would not be Roos's Just like Homans' is either Homans or Homans'
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "I" don't, but the OP asked. An apostrophe is okay, but it needs to be
Complete thread -- I hear: She *scraped* her left arm.
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks. that was "with (uh)" instead of "without" doh!!
Complete thread -- hematoma with contusions and subdural hematoma resolving.
Complete thread -- MP3 loaded. Please sm
Complete thread -- why would you 'want' it?
Complete thread -- You're right.... thanks.
Complete thread -- No resources show an apostrophe period. Roos.
Complete thread -- ROM in knees and ankles limited by crepitus, in keeping with OA
Complete thread -- in approximately a 50% improvement
Complete thread -- Roos test or Roos's test if you want the apostrophe
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- He has a positive Roos’ test (apostrophe okay)
Complete thread -- I think you are asking if you should use approximate here instead of approximately???
Complete thread -- approximate?
Complete thread -- abdominal access makes no sense.
Complete thread -- No wave
Complete thread -- abdominal excess? thigh excess? "access" doesn't make sense to me.
Complete thread -- abdominal abscess ? is there a wav, looks like he is repeating or something
Complete thread -- Patient has abdominal access and _____. Here for abdominoplasty _____.
Complete thread -- thank you so very much!
Complete thread -- cranial-ward (toward the cranium) and multiplanar CT
Complete thread -- Pls help with ortho note. see mess and thank you.
Complete thread -- Comprehensive
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- Alright then.
Complete thread -- thank you :-)
Complete thread -- context inside. Sorry, I flaked on that previously.
Complete thread -- ugh.... mole. Although there is the chance that she has had this since birth, what they
Complete thread -- I would use a semicolon and I think you are missing a word...sm
Complete thread -- exact context?
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- S/L TAKEN COLD titanium spinal implant system. My research fruitless.
Complete thread -- Thank you, Questyr. You have helped me numerous times here and
Complete thread -- Hassan...see link
Complete thread -- Technique for appendectomy. S/l Hussong. Please confirm.
Complete thread -- You're welcome...happy to help!
Complete thread -- Doesn't s/l any of those. Thanks.
Complete thread -- listen for monopolar or bipolar, tripolar, quadripolar. can't have just polar
Complete thread -- I'd think he meant taking the antiinflammatory with his evening meal (no comma there)
Complete thread -- Two cylindrical s/l "altrew" polar leads were introduced through the 2 Tuohy needles
Complete thread -- I hear 22 gauge IV
Complete thread -- can anyone make sense of last sentence? I can edit, but I'm not sure if I should
Complete thread -- Pain management doc / .wav sent
Complete thread -- agree with the poster for partial thyroidectomy
Complete thread -- Genius person!!!! That's IT!!!!!!! THANK YOU!!!!!!
Complete thread -- WAG...partial thyroidectomy?
Complete thread -- the sho part is sure confusing. I can't think of anything anatomical that has parasho...?
Complete thread -- wow, doesn't sound anything like that
Complete thread -- This is the only suggestion that comes up on OneLook also
Complete thread -- parathyroid?
Complete thread -- sm for ESL help
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!!!!
Complete thread -- Devic's disease, also known as Devic's syndrome or neuromyelitis optica (NMO),
Complete thread -- Call the Enquirer!!
Complete thread -- Added .wav - sorry, no more clues because...
Complete thread -- ESL dictator says: Patient is 27 months of pregnancy.
Complete thread -- Please read rules for posting and provide information as requested.
Complete thread -- don't see anything right off. More clues???
Complete thread -- Neurology diagnosis - s/l - "Viziks Disease"
Complete thread -- perfidious
Complete thread -- I did in NY, near Lake George. Not as big as some in the past, but definitely felt it.
Complete thread -- Just found that myself. TY!!
Complete thread -- I do. sm
Complete thread -- see if super skin pattern s/l super scan? sm & link
Complete thread -- So, would you think "pistol formation" is likely pustule formation? smsg
Complete thread -- s/l "super skin"
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Thanks! Sorry, was called to do a stat so had to put this on hold.
Complete thread -- that's a blank link, but according to WebMD --sm
Complete thread -- Folplex 2.2 2.2 mg-25 mg-0.5 mg VITAMIN B-12/FOLIC ACID/VITAMIN B-6 - ORAL
Complete thread -- KP still has it on their formulary link
Complete thread -- folic acid complex?
Complete thread -- Also figure is might be a folic acid and B12 (2.2?).
Complete thread -- There was, but one item said it had been discontinued.. however that does not always
Complete thread -- I guessed folplex meant folic acid so googled folIplex -
Complete thread -- Ty much.
Complete thread -- what is this supposedly for. It is so much easier to try to figure out if a medication
Complete thread -- Check these links,
Complete thread -- Is there Folplex 2.2 as on google? Sounds very clear but not in drug references I
Complete thread -- It definitely sounds like re-stenosed and that's what my gut thought in the first place,
Complete thread -- grew up in CA... feel sorry for all those East Coasters with their brick buildings...
Complete thread -- Not me. I personally would never tease someone trying to help.
Complete thread -- tenosynovitis of A1 pulley?
Complete thread -- LOLOL. Do you have ANY idea what you did???? a 5.0!! Shame on you guys.
Complete thread -- re-stenosed?
Complete thread -- I think it was for the other person being so dense.
Complete thread -- Surgical intervention of left hand for s/l re-stin-osed A1 pulley. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Oh dear! I told my husband we were being too loud, lol.
Complete thread -- I know. I was teasing the OP for getting so worked up over
Complete thread -- DUH! It has been a LONG day! Thank you so much! nm :)
Complete thread -- Sweet! Thanks.
Complete thread -- New one for me. Thanks for sharing!
Complete thread -- staghorn
Complete thread -- I would not a comma after sounds either since it it diffusely or fields and
Complete thread -- *stye core* and renal calculus status post resection
Complete thread -- I "thought" your s/l might be Opana.
Complete thread -- sequestration?
Complete thread -- coarse, not course
Complete thread -- S/L "secrostration" of red and white blood cells and platelets. SM
Complete thread -- Just plain listing of med. Patient is taking _____ 30 mg for pain.
Complete thread -- I did Google "pain medication 30 mg" and didn't find it; however, I finally figured out it
Complete thread -- thank you so much.. I will put this in my book to remember.
Complete thread -- Sorry. that should be E-to-A.
Complete thread -- egophony (A-to-E changes)
Complete thread -- People vent here all the time.
Complete thread -- s/l "a-gauf-ning"? Please see msg for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Anyone felt the earthquake????
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I agree with above poster.
Complete thread -- This is a help board, not a vent board, lol. People are going to try
Complete thread -- How about googling pain medication * 30 mg. I think that's your answer.
Complete thread -- can you give us the EXACT sentence it's in?
Complete thread -- dose does not fit either
Complete thread -- There is, howver, a syllable between running and locking.
Complete thread -- I'm embarrased to say I have never posted wav, not sure I know how.
Complete thread -- new keyboard.. sorry for typo. I'm just being conversant, not saying you didn't know :-)
Complete thread -- I know that too. I just don't KNOW where THEY learn spelling in the first place. Can you
Complete thread -- I found Ultiva on drugs.com under analgesics but it says it is for IV/injection
Complete thread -- ok. got it. ::blushing::
Complete thread -- You're likely right. Thank you. I'm off to check now.
Complete thread -- could be saying running locking - would have to hear it to hear if the "all" sounded like
Complete thread -- Works, except was waiting would fit team better.
Complete thread -- running interlocking?
Complete thread -- I see but then that is rule #1... never gop with the doc's spelling
Complete thread -- team who. no confusion here.
Complete thread -- Closing up after Csection. I hear 'all locking' but I think he wants 'non locking' --
Complete thread -- I'm confused, that sounds nothing like EMOOO?
Complete thread -- Bravo! You guys rock. I'm going with pediatric team who were waiting.
Complete thread -- I agree, pediatric team who were awaiting...?
Complete thread -- Ever heard of pain med s/l uh-bet-uh 30 mg Thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- Uhhh., I know that. HE SPELLED it n a r e. That was my point! uhhhhhhh
Complete thread -- EMU? Epilepsy monitoring unit ?? although normally I have NICU neonatal intensive care u
Complete thread -- No cap. spigelian per Dorland's.
Complete thread -- pediatric team awaiting?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'll go with Dorland's, spigelian. Thanks
Complete thread -- Spigelian hernia
Complete thread -- This is a simple English word but I'm experiencing a senior moment.
Complete thread -- uh.. naris is singular form of nares and often docs do say the "iss" ending too softly
Complete thread -- Spiegelian hernia at "who named it". SM please
Complete thread -- Where do they learn anatomy? Where? or spelling? In the right nare -- n a r e.
Complete thread -- Behçet's disease
Complete thread -- NM. I'll let his minions figure it out.
Complete thread -- yep ty
Complete thread -- Behcet?
Complete thread -- behcet?
Complete thread -- Bausch and Lomb?
Complete thread -- never mind...Bausch & Lomb
Complete thread -- s/l bichat disease..googled but only found 1 instance of it
Complete thread -- should use s/l "bashalum" allergy eye drops and Zyrtec. Pediatric, irritated eye.
Complete thread -- Wonder if she is messing up carbonic? Going to flag.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That wasn't it. :(
Complete thread -- "hycosamine" for hyoscyamine
Complete thread -- that Zerka. I Googled that with a K, not a C.
Complete thread -- there could be Zerca?
Complete thread -- I had a patient with no inguinal lymph nodes yesterday.
Complete thread -- Need suggestions on how to spell a last name that s/l circa Thanks
Complete thread -- I just listed what was given in AAMT Book of Style, if you or employer go by that.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks - for those with no WAV, sounds like soburnik
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying but that's not it. I just listened again and it sounds like Diplaxt,
Complete thread -- Dextrostix?
Complete thread -- It's a med list for a type 1 diabetic. That's all I've got. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Got some context to go with your post?
Complete thread -- Hmmm. I'll listen for LYMPHADENOPATHY and LEUKOPLAKIA. Thanks a mil!
Complete thread -- :O
Complete thread -- You sure he isn't just saying lymphadenopathy ???
Complete thread -- *s/l Dick laxt* used with insulin pump. I can't find any insulin with a similar name.
Complete thread -- Thanks! So g is more commonly used if employer has no preference?
Complete thread -- Leukoplakia is a clinical term used to describe patches of keratosis . It is visible as ad
Complete thread -- Something on neck exam. Please help if you have a minute.
Complete thread -- You need commas after your dates (2009, 2010, etc.)
Complete thread -- If go by Book of Style(employer first choice though) pg 20 2nd sm
Complete thread -- but he holds onto the table
Complete thread -- Alrighty then. Thanks again for your time.
Complete thread -- I hear "His nutrition is normal."
Complete thread -- from Americal Assoc of Family Practitioner's --sm
Complete thread -- I googled: procardia uterine contractions; there is fairly good documentation
Complete thread -- Nifedipine is a tocolytic medicine sometimes used during preterm labor to slow uterine con
Complete thread -- I think I got you beat. I heard OM KNEE PROS MOST once for
Complete thread -- Procardia to stop uterine contractions? Cant document. Heard this?
Complete thread -- He could get out of the chair when examining this patient and get back in it, but he
Complete thread -- They're going to drive me bonkers today. Now bisacodyl is bi-SAC-ah-dil.
Complete thread -- and then there is ohm-uh-PRAY-zole (or omeprazole)
Complete thread -- just like metoprolol sounds like metto-pro-lol...haha
Complete thread -- just a funny...s.m.
Complete thread -- Vent for the day. How does Bicitra sound like bih-kih-teera??? and sm
Complete thread -- That's it! I'd never even heard of that before. Thanks!
Complete thread -- oat cell?
Complete thread -- S/l "old" cell carcinoma...just listed in family history. Any ideas? Thanks!
Complete thread -- it was kind of run together
Complete thread -- Of course. Thanks. Feeling stupid now. Just could not make out a word.
Complete thread -- I hear "a cysto and TURP"
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks
Complete thread -- Never mind. It is isoechoic. I knew I should know this! Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l “isotropic” left ovarian nodule - is this correct in this context? sm
Complete thread -- Yep caught it.
Complete thread -- s/l VOR arthrotomy - sm
Complete thread -- There IS no history of ......
Complete thread -- Got it. Of her central nervous system.
Complete thread -- There are no known history of significant of head trauma, seizures, strokes, brain sm
Complete thread -- got it, thanks anyway. Sick contacts
Complete thread -- in that link it shows picture of a specimen delineating results --sm
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. The blank is at the end. Thanks.
Complete thread -- last guess - proliferative changes?
Complete thread -- I would think we are simply not catching her root. probably peri- something. sorry.
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the suggestions, however, I think she's getting a marker.
Complete thread -- Definitely one word. I see references to peripheral enhancement on MRI, but... sm
Complete thread -- location of change... look at the link I put in my post
Complete thread -- my guess - pagetoid change?
Complete thread -- peau d'orange
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!!!
Complete thread -- in what context however.
Complete thread -- they do say peripheral on pathology results
Complete thread -- WAG... peripheral fibrous change? --sm for link
Complete thread -- You're right, not finding anything to back that up. Can't imagine what she means.
Complete thread -- I don't know that peripheral has anything to do with a pathological change?
Complete thread -- using air contrast it would make sense, 2 foci where air is seen IMHO
Complete thread -- s/l periphedous change in breast. Made up word or something I'm not hearing? sm
Complete thread -- s/l two foci of air within
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- looks good to me
Complete thread -- Would you use the hyphens in this situation? Do it differently?
Complete thread -- "Dolasetron (Anzemet) - can be administered in tablet form or in an injection. "?
Complete thread -- navalbine (double check spelling)
Complete thread -- med s/l ansa-bet 100 mg
Complete thread -- She has had carboplatin, Taxol, Erbitux, Alimta, Tarceva, and *novalbee.*
Complete thread -- Although you don't "have" to use a comma between 2 short and closely related ind. clauses
Complete thread -- internal (coming from self) rather than external (coming from examiners, etc).
Complete thread -- Yw. Wish I could stay, but it's "Heigh ho, heigh ho" time
Complete thread -- Thank you both very much!
Complete thread -- For instance, some people hear voices in their heads and they talk to or
Complete thread -- Thank you. I'll relisten. Appreciate your help today.
Complete thread -- Yes. Patient isn't acting like he's hearing voices in his head.
Complete thread -- I QA too, and there are commas and apostrophes all over the place.
Complete thread -- Pt in ER complaining of headache. Does this sentence make sense in mental status exam
Complete thread -- could U B hearing "regional block"..see link
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help and explaining how you found it. I was googling urethral bulking...
Complete thread -- None here, just QA'ing and it is sickening how it is repeated and repeated
Complete thread -- otoplasty
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I either was going to put in a bunch of commas or almost none.
Complete thread -- To which thread R U responding?
Complete thread -- macroplastique...see link found by googling..plastique urethral bulking..then
Complete thread -- Two independent clauses NEED a comma. It's not rocket science.
Complete thread -- She is followed by a urologist who started her on Toviaz, which thus far has
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- yes, 44d= post-natal age, 33 wk 2 d= "corrected age" (=gest age plus post-natal age)
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Dianeal PD-2?...see msg
Complete thread -- comma question. These are operations performed
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- googling....lips "mucous glandular" only comes up with 100+ hits, but
Complete thread -- This book (see link) talks of mucous glandular tissue of lip..I had
Complete thread -- is there a med S/L Dionel PDT? with 1.5% dextrose
Complete thread -- scar revision - upper lip
Complete thread -- On the other hand, I find this emedicine article using it...tho
Complete thread -- A OneLook wild card search of ..noctur*..(see link) comes up with
Complete thread -- I should mention I found it by using in quotes "sepsis * criteria" and
Complete thread -- oops here's link
Complete thread -- ??SIRS criteria?? see link
Complete thread -- nocturesis?
Complete thread -- Thank you for catching that.
Complete thread -- Oh geeze--How did I "see" pursuing rather than what was typed-"pursing?" DUMB me!
Complete thread -- SM for exact sentence.
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- presenting with sepsis *sure is* criteria.
Complete thread -- how do you type 2-point sensory discrimination? 2 point , two-point ? per BOS. sm
Complete thread -- How about "purposely pursuing this." (rather than the os)
Complete thread -- os as in mouth? as in pursed-lip breathing?? no idea if fits with hypertension...
Complete thread -- Anyone have a guess on the s/l os?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the guess, but I hear an "out" at the beginning. ...
Complete thread -- than rather than then.
Complete thread -- Sounds like a geographical area or local name for a building
Complete thread -- blood pressures, not blood pressure's. It's plural, not possessive.
Complete thread -- Hypertension.been purposely pursing the s/l os. She believes her blood pressure's are
Complete thread -- WAG, but could it be slurring "nonfocal?"
Complete thread -- Always a cut to Darlene. I think in this case she did GREAT!
Complete thread -- Anybody? I was told this site was the best place to ask my questions.
Complete thread -- Neuro exam word help, please
Complete thread -- Nevermind. Aloe vera juice. Ugh.
Complete thread -- called Prostate Support and hawthorne berry and he feels that s/l aloavera will help
Complete thread -- ears may well be blocked and he has heard about an old doctor in the s/l DOV who hand
Complete thread -- see message, googled letter carrier casing...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- decubitus. You'll hear left lateral decubitus position over and over. God knows what they
Complete thread -- examine the prostate with him in the left lateral s/l decu position because of his bo
Complete thread -- ? meclizine
Complete thread -- s/l on-eck-la-zeen
Complete thread -- OMG that is so what it is! Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- Thank you! I do think that is what the Aztec is supposed to be.
Complete thread -- s/l space of *paw re a* may be space of Poirier.sm
Complete thread -- Estech? (Endoscopic Technologies, Inc)
Complete thread -- S/L lamotriquinol 50 mg daily maybe Lamotrigine sm
Complete thread -- s/l Azry by Aztec long instruments
Complete thread -- interfering with her activities (no wav, but saw post below)
Complete thread -- It won't upload...weird
Complete thread -- donavil is donepezil (Aricept), searched FDA site with don...
Complete thread -- Nothing there.
Complete thread -- clopitradol is clopidogrel (Plavix), search clop* in rxlist....
Complete thread -- I believe she is mispronouncing these drugs adn will just flag
Complete thread -- On migraine headache below, I have uploaded voice. Thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry, got it. DeBakey
Complete thread -- presciption help...sm
Complete thread -- s/l *derbakeys*, mosquito and electrocautery
Complete thread -- Tendon repair - modified s/l "fajema" suture?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- space of *paw re a*
Complete thread -- letter carrier who does s/l casing 2 to 3 hours a day? Any one know what casing is
Complete thread -- NEUROLOGIC: No focal signs. *Plantar reflexes are plantar.*
Complete thread -- NECK: *Decreased* supple secondary to pain and no JVD
Complete thread -- The patient has had migraine headaches. SM
Complete thread -- ear
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ears, nose and throat specialist or ear, nose and throat specialist
Complete thread -- Not sure about that, but the last part might be myelodysplastic syndrome.
Complete thread -- link look here
Complete thread -- Lastly, she has a history of 5q- onset of *genetics* which may represent the mild
Complete thread -- Do you use g or gm for med dosages? I'm finding conflicting info.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- will complete a total *doses* to replace her iron
Complete thread -- Sounds fine to me.
Complete thread -- By George, I believe you're right! That "E" was hiding. Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- *breakthrough* chemotherapy regimen
Complete thread -- bet the sound alike "C is as in "see" the Y-BOCS test.
Complete thread -- After I posted, I saw it's been discussed here before. Hate
Complete thread -- I think he has coined it - keratinaceous?
Complete thread -- WAG - VRE? vancomycin-resistant enterococcus?
Complete thread -- Lab called reporting he had s/l V-R in his urine. No other info.
Complete thread -- breast biopsy showed a s/l
Complete thread -- Great link. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Some day I'll be more sure of myself with this. LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks, bb.
Complete thread -- no evidence of NEC
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- affected, you are correct
Complete thread -- The right hip is more affected. affected, right, not effected?
Complete thread -- the sometimes positional nature -- may not work well in some positions.
Complete thread -- not too terribly familiar with oncology
Complete thread -- Sent that one on to QA.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'm sending with a flag, but it looks like there is section and trough cutting...on pipes.
Complete thread -- s/l "patient alleges that he is doing better"
Complete thread -- doing wisdom teeth extraction (sm)
Complete thread -- Ever heard of a med s/l sin-codeine? Just listed in allergy list. Thanks!
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Baby is on TPN and Intralipid, and the most recent KUB on (date) showe ...
Complete thread -- take out the comma after Atrovent. Put comma after drip. Not sure of the rest
Complete thread -- I'm not sure about 44 days either if baby is 27 weeks, but the
Complete thread -- Under medications for 27-week old
Complete thread -- looks like born at 27 weeks gestation plus 44 days old now SM
Complete thread -- TY billybob
Complete thread -- Under diagnoses for a 27-week-old
Complete thread -- on Curosurf?
Complete thread -- Yep! Thanks much.
Complete thread -- Need some context.
Complete thread -- Dig - digoxin.
Complete thread -- Status post respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) and s/l curaserve.
Complete thread -- Drawing blank here. Pt on Coumadin. Check 'dij' level.
Complete thread -- finding Rock tympanostomy tubes/ventilation tubes pls see link
Complete thread -- Familiar with something s/l "rock" pediatric tympanoplasty tube?
Complete thread -- it is immunodiffusion... there is nothing as such called "immune diffusion"...
Complete thread -- Is "immune diffusion IgE" the same as saying "immunodiffusion IgE"? Not verbatim
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- That's what is so great about this board, all the free links available!
Complete thread -- Yeah, but CY-BOCS was obviously what was dictated, wasn't it?
Complete thread -- does the patient have more than one spine?
Complete thread -- We found 9 dictionaries that include the word interspinous-see link
Complete thread -- thanks guys, away from home and doin the best I can=)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- 330,000 for interspinous, 9480 hits for "interspinous process" 685 hits for
Complete thread -- The umbo is the most depressed part of the tympanic membrane.
Complete thread -- I am thinking this is correct, but spell check doesn't love it
Complete thread -- I'd do brace, and, quite frankly, I would
Complete thread -- I hear - second opinion regarding surgery nm
Complete thread -- I think hamate in wrist tho
Complete thread -- will do, thank you!
Complete thread -- can you give context? - which part of the body are we talking about?
Complete thread -- found antigravity (muscles) hip flexion and also non antigravity click link
Complete thread -- believe it should be the hamate malleus bone tho'
Complete thread -- second opinion regarding surgery
Complete thread -- intussiception
Complete thread -- Psych opinion
Complete thread -- and see #4 here, below the pink box...
Complete thread -- s/l homo malleus (ear bone) is likely umbo of the malleus
Complete thread -- If you take out "quite frankly," you're left with 2 independent clauses.
Complete thread -- s/l*homomalleus exostosis*
Complete thread -- found this Y-BOCS (google.com + obsessive compulsive sm
Complete thread -- She has bilateral 2+ edema in her legs. Testing her right leg, she is ...
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- No problem. I didn't have time to verify then because I was on my way
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- "There was some proximal anal canal laxity, suggesting possible in ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I have googled inside and out. Skipped archives THANK you VERY MUCH! Skipped archives
Complete thread -- it was Synthes Zero-P
Complete thread -- archives shows CY-BOCS
Complete thread -- OCD was confirmed with s/l "C (see) Y (why) box" testing??
Complete thread -- well, he says "Stop" something and the Plavix
Complete thread -- No. She would not tolerate a more rigid brace and, quite frankly, I would worry...
Complete thread -- Stop something - maybe: stop aspirin and Plavix 3-4 days before...
Complete thread -- without listening, would say should be discontinue -- otherwise, would bleed like a stuck
Complete thread -- thanks! ...
Complete thread -- Absolutely. Rhythm has to do with the heart beat. Murmur is a sound. Totally separate
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- If there's a 1/6 systolic murmur could the heart still have a regular rhythm?
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- would you do your commas this way? SM
Complete thread -- some kind of "wedge" component?
Complete thread -- H&E stained section
Complete thread -- Check out Synthes (company) OPAL spacer
Complete thread -- After ACDF
Complete thread -- There is a Hare syndrome, but don't know if it fits
Complete thread -- Need help with ESL doctor (breast cancer patient).
Complete thread -- Vimpat. Finally he said it clearly. NM, but Thanks!
Complete thread -- Sorry. Didn't mean to double post!
Complete thread -- medication s/l venta? s/m
Complete thread -- medication s/l venta? s/m
Complete thread -- cemented Zimmer LPS flex gender using s/l "ed-werge" left femoral componen
Complete thread -- Arterial blood gases; ABGs; pH; PO2; PCO2; bicarbonate; HCO3-; oxygen saturation
Complete thread -- Thanks so much everyone !!!!
Complete thread -- copy of my list on ABGs (arterial blood gases)
Complete thread -- Stedman's Pulmonary shows it with a cap. If your account has not given you other
Complete thread -- Thank you. I was not sure if it should be pCO2 or PCO2 or PaCO2.
Complete thread -- Type it as dictated. It also depends on what they use for PO2. Different doctors
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying :)
Complete thread -- relisten for ENA = extractable nuclear antibodies (ENA) link
Complete thread -- PCO2 was 59. Repeated it and PCO2 is 46, PO2 is 63, pH 7.48.
Complete thread -- Yes, it was actually the NA that I was questioning. ENA maybe?
Complete thread -- Sure is butchering it if he is. Thanks
Complete thread -- long shot, HELLP syndrome?
Complete thread -- irrigated?
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if it could be infraglottal?
Complete thread -- I think he is saying mechanical ventilation.
Complete thread -- Anterior chamber was S/L FIB RATED. Anterior capsulorrhexis
Complete thread -- Russian ESL, diagnosis s/l "here" syndrome/sm
Complete thread -- I can't hear the file. Do you have a s/l for me?
Complete thread -- ESR = erythrocyte sedimentation rate. ANA = antinuclear antibody ... NA I have no clue
Complete thread -- Complete a workup for thrush, questionable Behcet's, s/l "ESR ANA NA."
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- patient had s/l "infra-guac-teal" lymphadenopathy,
Complete thread -- oh stop, get off the board with your stuff. Trouble maker as usual. u
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks very much.
Complete thread -- Mattox aortic clamp
Complete thread -- Ok, good. Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- s/l "maddox" clamp (not saying Madden clamp)
Complete thread -- Thanks for looking. ...
Complete thread -- yes okay, optical not a brand name but a type (viewing port)
Complete thread -- My mind was going the opposite way...thank you!!!
Complete thread -- check link
Complete thread -- Assuming that she is anovulatory she can go ahead and start with s/l Ocycline. She ca
Complete thread -- optical trocar in a GYN procedure? Rusty with ops, please help if
Complete thread -- knee
Complete thread -- have to blank it -thanks
Complete thread -- it was a cut and paste....my bad
Complete thread -- thanks you guys. And, it was 200 mg...I had cut that when I cut and pasted.
Complete thread -- Mg? ?????
Complete thread -- Seroquel (quetiapine) 200 Mg ?
Complete thread -- quetiapine
Complete thread -- medication s/l quack-tuh-peen
Complete thread -- I'm thinking she might be saying "five point." Is ESL ...
Complete thread -- cataract surgery s/l **five part*** blade -sm Thx!
Complete thread -- Oh! I think he's saying pulmonary. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Permanent collapse? Please help.
Complete thread -- yw :)
Complete thread -- pH ?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Pt who splashed bleach in her eye. Chemical assault left eye s/l B H of 7.
Complete thread -- a volitional level
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I hope you get dinged by QA! You don't even have the patience to wait 2 minutes? So
Complete thread -- orthopedic finger trap (S. Ronci Co, Inc, Franconia, NH). ...
Complete thread -- oops, hit enter too soon. Thanks you so much!
Complete thread -- I think this is it. It makes sense and dose seems to fit.
Complete thread -- ?I found Ronci Surgical as a manufacturer of traction equipment?
Complete thread -- aha how about mycophenolate CellCept
Complete thread -- Yeah, we all know they spell everything correctly -- not.
Complete thread -- dose doesn't fit that either never mind
Complete thread -- NM. He spells it, so I'm moving on.
Complete thread -- only guess methylphenidate
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks.
Complete thread -- guess Taxotere
Complete thread -- Taxotere?
Complete thread -- s/l miclo fen uh date. I can find meclofenamate but the dose doesn't seem to fit.
Complete thread -- The "Ronczi" tower was used. Index and middle finger traps were used.
Complete thread -- I would not use a semicolon. I'd use a period.
Complete thread -- looks like he is slanging for quantitative hCG count(s)... I'd expand if allowed by
Complete thread -- Flagged and went on. It was stat.
Complete thread -- some sort of breast cancer chemo, s/l cassidy.
Complete thread -- It's not the question that's shocking--it's the lack of an MT being able to find the answe
Complete thread -- She has had one ultrasound that was 7-1/2 weeks that showed no heart tones. This was
Complete thread -- WAV file, I might have cut that too close. Will redo.
Complete thread -- Why are you so shocked. This is asked nearly once a day!
Complete thread -- apocrine?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Okay, that was my initial thought. I'm over thinking it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Stedman's has Thora-Klex in surgical
Complete thread -- ha, ha!! Thank you! That makes sense!
Complete thread -- I'd think endometrial (endometritis) implants. oh and you need to add a comma
Complete thread -- causality
Complete thread -- s/l apricon cyst
Complete thread -- would think peritoneal endometrial implants...see link
Complete thread -- s/l co-zal-i-tee
Complete thread -- peritoneal implant
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you again. I'll go with it.
Complete thread -- Ditto!
Complete thread -- Yes, makes sense, even tho he might have said it better. What
Complete thread -- Something about a Cimino fistula, please help. Thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1 day's duration ( or 1-day duration) depending on how he dictated it.
Complete thread -- Chest pain of less than 1 days' duration or 1 day duration?
Complete thread -- You have my permission to hit him with something. :D
Complete thread -- thanks so much. Spent quite a bit of time looking up metatopical, etc..
Complete thread -- yep, stuttering.... I believe that topical, um, ummm uh um that topical treatment
Complete thread -- sick to her stomach and vomiting. She started to have abdominal pain?
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. Not sure if he stuttering over topical twice or saying something
Complete thread -- For me, I would not guess and add, nope nope. Either as dictated or flag sm
Complete thread -- Never too old to learn something new :-) Many thanks.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying...
Complete thread -- sick to her stomach and vomiting. She has (got) abdominal pain, severe pain
Complete thread -- Osler nodes, Janeway lesions (bacterial endocarditis).
Complete thread -- Thanks much.
Complete thread -- s/l "Oss'-a-lynn knows jamie lesions"
Complete thread -- Dosepak is the trademarked name for the pack. like Medrol Dosepak
Complete thread -- Need help with blank and also with punctuation.
Complete thread -- Sterapred Dosepak or Sterapred dose pack. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ???? sigh
Complete thread -- Regional Alcohol and Drug Assessment Centers (RADACs)
Complete thread -- oops...this post was supposed to be for OP.. (not for helper above) :-)
Complete thread -- minimally is it, thank you very much
Complete thread -- to me it seemed like a subheading Description of abnormal or psychotic thoughts: blahblah
Complete thread -- Also one called Trimega Flex see link
Complete thread -- Triomega?
Complete thread -- thanks. I think he is saying no description of abnormal.....
Complete thread -- context would be nice. no comma in 4-digit numbers 1200.. check s/m
Complete thread -- Not in that use, I wouldn't. She needed a return-to-work excuse for her employer, but
Complete thread -- pls look up "overnight dexamethasone suppression test" see link inside
Complete thread -- thanks to both of you
Complete thread -- med s/l TRI-MEGA 1,200 mg daily.
Complete thread -- would you hyphenate return to work?
Complete thread -- I mean prob saying minimally not mm
Complete thread -- I hear "description of abnormal or psychotic thoughts"
Complete thread -- I'd use 1-inch
Complete thread -- I thought you wanted to look at the BIG picture????
Complete thread -- Yes, actually I do. I also homeschool my kids and I direct them to
Complete thread -- more likely something minimally invasive
Complete thread -- could be cortisol, sm link
Complete thread -- s/l 7mm invasive one-inch incision
Complete thread -- good idea, don't guess, don't add, don't delete, flag for QA
Complete thread -- Mood is depressed and slightly anxious. Thought processes are logical, Associations
Complete thread -- "Dexamethasone suppression test: MedlinePlus Medical EncyclopediaMay 7, 2010 ... Dexametha
Complete thread -- would this be cortisole? Kind of s/l cort-i-soft
Complete thread -- Epic Fail
Complete thread -- Good idea!
Complete thread -- that might be right, this dr doesn't pronounce meds well, gonna flag, thank you
Complete thread -- Right on time!!! I wish I were a betting woman.
Complete thread -- I don't suppose there is any way it is Xopenex?
Complete thread -- If they don't dictate a med absolutely clearly, leave a big fat blank.
Complete thread -- "has a little bit of respiratory issues and takes s/l *asenapine* occasionally for this"
Complete thread -- i will be more clear,
Complete thread -- so you're sticking with your answer?
Complete thread -- thanks. It was hard to tell.
Complete thread -- sounds like he started to say something else, changed his mind and said period
Complete thread -- okay, thanks it s/l a zen-i-pene
Complete thread -- not so good thinking out the issues. The patient is being seen by
Complete thread -- it makes sense to me though, currently doing it and feels good on sore fingers
Complete thread -- You didn't read it and my reply is the one below asking her if she can sound
Complete thread -- I did read it-- and your answer is what, nada nada as usual.
Complete thread -- me either, but I did find something with hook.. s/m
Complete thread -- Agree! Very sick people on this board. The poster merely stated she would not
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Please read her question and read the dictation.
Complete thread -- hook and latch? I am coming up with nothing on google..
Complete thread -- asenapine - Asenapine is used to treat symptoms of psychotic
Complete thread -- gomdt.com is a great board that demands mutual respect
Complete thread -- link - all reliable sites
Complete thread -- Usually you have aorto-bi-femoral bypass ... aorta to the bilateral femoral arteries. not
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- would help to know exactly that 'this' is referring to. Respiratory issues are myriad
Complete thread -- bi-femoral bilateral femoral arteries.
Complete thread -- s/l *asenapine*, any ideas? thanks
Complete thread -- my question is that I find bifemoral all over the internet. Is it a word or isn't it?
Complete thread -- doc dictates arterial "bifemoral" bypass. I don't find bifemoral on OneLook
Complete thread -- AGREE! It is simply not okay to talk to people the way people talk to others here.
Complete thread -- I'm not talking about any particular situation. Just that it happens.
Complete thread -- to "ya"
Complete thread -- No one even attacked te OP, but there are a handful of problem helpers that
Complete thread -- Nevermind. It was and.
Complete thread -- for the archives: natural interferon-producing cells (NIPCs)
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure none of us are immune to things that are mean-spirited or
Complete thread -- I agree that respect goes both ways. But, some "helpers" seem to be just (s/m)
Complete thread -- It is either and the ectopic or in the ectopic? Odd phrasing but I do not do a lot
Complete thread -- s/l nipsy/nipsey/nipsi syndrome. have Googled, but scant hits pls sm
Complete thread -- I would also love to ask them a LOT of questions, lol. Like what did you say ??
Complete thread -- don't let the door hit ya
Complete thread -- Wow, you break my heart. I pretty much get sick and tired of people like you
Complete thread -- Oh my God.
Complete thread -- He definitely says TTS but he sometimes gets his letters confused, so I bet you are -sm
Complete thread -- I would like to ask some dictators that lol
Complete thread -- I don't know any other good help boards. I'm just sick of seeing
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- You, my dear, are a mean and nasty witch with a "b"-a huge b.
Complete thread -- Are you sure it's not TUS? for transurethral sling?
Complete thread -- The problem is the nasty way you go about posting. You post
Complete thread -- He dictates "TTS procedure." I'm thinking he's got the wrong acronym. sm
Complete thread -- Why do you persist on cutting Darlene down. IF you don't like or agree
Complete thread -- prob just means they used progressive sizes, starting small and then using bigger ones
Complete thread -- Don't bring God to this board. Don't denigrate those who don't believe in god or believe
Complete thread -- Absolutely not. That's the point of an anonymous word board. How many
Complete thread -- Finding way more for PleurEvac or Thoraclex ... Can't find either spelling on the tradema
Complete thread -- Do you talk to people face-to-face the same way you talk to people here?
Complete thread -- think I have it: Thora-Klex
Complete thread -- doc is saying "thora collect drainage device"
Complete thread -- some more context / information MIGHT help here?? where is the tumor, type of tumor?
Complete thread -- Ok, I take the apology back then. Continue on with your hissy fit. I didn't realize how
Complete thread -- Yes, which is what I came here to do, and did so above, at the same time saying thank you.
Complete thread -- See her answers from time past .... Time and time again, proven to be unreliable
Complete thread -- See her answers down below, seems quite good to me and gives backup info. Jealous!
Complete thread -- Yes, darl...I mean suzie. That's it. I'm jealous of her.
Complete thread -- how "nice your ? are???
Complete thread -- The embarassment is hardly anyone actually TRYING to use his/her brain and
Complete thread -- Why would I post under darlene if I was responding to the original post?
Complete thread -- I listened. It is perioral edema
Complete thread -- No one was trolling the OP. I may be an angry misfit though. But I do have a job.
Complete thread -- periorbital edema???
Complete thread -- speaking for yourself. You are the epitome of a troll. Same every day. Never
Complete thread -- I am jealous of darlene for posting non-informative non-information?
Complete thread -- How am I an embarrassment to MTs and women in general? Because I answered the question?
Complete thread -- Why in the world some of you trolls continue to say anyone is jealous of Darlene just
Complete thread -- jealous of her as usual. Stop it.
Complete thread -- Did I SAY to add what was dictated? I said NOTHING of the sort. I said that is most likely
Complete thread -- ignore the trolls OP, angry misfits, no job, just angry mashers
Complete thread -- Sorry. Guess I was not clear. If Darlene had googled ionized calcium, she would find that
Complete thread -- Sorry.
Complete thread -- Thank you all. I'm going with ionized calcium.
Complete thread -- SMH You are an embarrassment to MTs and women in general
Complete thread -- This post was directed toward darlene (who is the one who did not answer your question),
Complete thread -- My apologies. I thought you were responding to the original post.
Complete thread -- I tried, I came up iwth ICAl, ical, I-CA i-CA and ical, none from
Complete thread -- Ohh how nice your are??. I still would not add what was not dictated
Complete thread -- ??? I'm smh at darlene, and her message said nothing about either.
Complete thread -- s/l serial loop lengths
Complete thread -- I can't really hear it, but guessing perioral? I didn't see the previous post so I don't
Complete thread -- Yes dear. I'm questioning the abbreviation and the chemical symbol for it.
Complete thread -- Take away her google crown!
Complete thread -- You are most likely correct. Chemical symbol for calcium is Ca. A calcium ion is Ca+. And
Complete thread -- Posted wav for perisomething edema post below-
Complete thread -- now it sounds like Peri-overall edema
Complete thread -- would think papilledema is in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- smh
Complete thread -- Allergies: Penicillin which gives her s/l periopulodema?
Complete thread -- For me, I would not guess and add, nope nope. Either as dictated or flag sm
Complete thread -- yes, thanks sounds like that is it
Complete thread -- sessile I bet sm
Complete thread -- Did you mean to give context? Is your s/l sessile?
Complete thread -- s/l (sussell) or papillary tumors
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- see message for link to list of shoulder tests.
Complete thread -- you want trochlea
Complete thread -- Trochea in the knee? See detail inside ...
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- Hypocalcemia. Will check an "i cal" Is this short for ionized calcium? or a
Complete thread -- All you had to do was simply google your EXACT s/l!
Complete thread -- I hear that now! thanks!
Complete thread -- It's respectful of others if OP would let others know when they have moved on so we don't
Complete thread -- I also hear suppurative material.
Complete thread -- you need to make the wavs longer, but I think I hear suppurative material?
Complete thread -- blank help please+WAV
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that.
Complete thread -- sliding scale s/l ape coverage
Complete thread -- ALP (alkaline phosphatase)???
Complete thread -- yep, she says "hepatic mets and" and to me it sounded like  ...
Complete thread -- AST 23, ALT 26, *AEP* 120, total bili 0.2,
Complete thread -- hepatic mets (metastases)?
Complete thread -- "She was recently hospitalized with GI bloating and subtotal gastr ...
Complete thread -- already suggested to her hours ago. one of the FIRST posts to her
Complete thread -- Thanks, it sounds like an R, but I am sure that is what she is saying.
Complete thread -- Good gravy, already let that one go. I'll have to remember for next time. Thanks! :>)
Complete thread -- Found it. The medication is levetiracetam or Keppra. ...
Complete thread -- Vaniqa???
Complete thread -- s/l ranica
Complete thread -- <insert blushing smiley here> You were right. Thanks so much! (Now how did I hear antito
Complete thread -- maybe Complete Callus Care™ Medical-Strength Moisturizer
Complete thread -- antiplatelet??
Complete thread -- antiplatelet?
Complete thread -- fucoidan?
Complete thread -- s/l antitoilet? In light of all this, there is no evidence of stroke or any other
Complete thread -- many thanks
Complete thread -- oh super super super. Thanks
Complete thread -- Creon?
Complete thread -- ooh, wish I had remembered that - it goes right along with Sjogren's
Complete thread -- There is a sicca syndrome
Complete thread -- maybe this...searched FDA drug site with lav and then tried lev
Complete thread -- I wish I could hear that but can't .
Complete thread -- s/l call-us-care OTC supplement, just listed in supplment list. Thanks!
Complete thread -- sick sinus syndrome?
Complete thread -- ohhh good grief!
Complete thread -- Thanks very much to both.
Complete thread -- s/l sicko syndrome?
Complete thread -- Victoza?
Complete thread -- Demeclocycline - I found that on a star search of *cycline on Drugs.com
Complete thread -- Humalog insulin *crayon*
Complete thread -- Just as you did. They say that the male is understood. Per BOS.
Complete thread -- flecainide is one.
Complete thread -- s/l fu-quad-aine.
Complete thread -- help with drugs needed
Complete thread -- Would you hyphenate this? He is a 14-year-old who ......
Complete thread -- Medication for type 2 diabetes
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks. He is hem/onc. I will see if he fits with her history. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Neurosurgery
Complete thread -- There is a Mohan Khurana in Englewood, FL
Complete thread -- Dr. Lynette Llerena, DO, Englewood, Florida - got it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Oh, he listed as a primary care.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- TIBC 260 ?
Complete thread -- Doctors name sounds like yurana with the middle a having a long A sound.
Complete thread -- Marinol
Complete thread -- TIBC *T-*60
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l mer-in-all
Complete thread -- CT scan of the chest showed a stable 4 mm pulmonary nodule and a new
Complete thread -- Could he be saying exterior?
Complete thread -- I'll know next time. Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- hmmm can't find your s/l oxyprazosyn. There is Prazosin hypertension
Complete thread -- It looks fine to me the way you have it :)
Complete thread -- s/l typic is probably atypia - atypic abnormalities
Complete thread -- Thanks--you were right. He kind of swallowed the rest.
Complete thread -- *ix terra traumatic* injury
Complete thread -- med s/l oxyprazosyn.. see below
Complete thread -- your s/l eyelet may be facet (tibial sesamoid facet)
Complete thread -- fuse could sound like views. Here is a site that towards the bottom lists all
Complete thread -- Will send to QA.
Complete thread -- Sending to QA. I hate doing that.
Complete thread -- Can't hear it at all. It s/l fuse.
Complete thread -- AP and lateral is by far the most common. You might hear orthogonal views or frog-leg.
Complete thread -- X-ray taken of lower extremity, 2 views, AP and low s/l fuse.
Complete thread -- Painful fibula sesamoid s/l eyelet of the right foot
Complete thread -- Titrating works for me, too. Was wondering if it might be NG tube with a foreign accent
Complete thread -- thanks, I flagged it, and will post a followup note when QA returns the report. Thanks
Complete thread -- I agree titrating makes sense here. Maybe s/l is gastrostomy tube said really badly?
Complete thread -- it makes sense to me, as in taper lactulose until he is having only 2 BMs a day.....
Complete thread -- doesn't make sense, titrating to 2 bowel movements a day???
Complete thread -- rectal is what I'd use.
Complete thread -- s/l Zozi tube?
Complete thread -- Thanks, I flagged the dose, I was only questioning the upregulated
Complete thread -- What heading would you put perianal exam?
Complete thread -- Had not read your entire post. This was directed only towards up-regulated and not the
Complete thread -- Sure sounds like it. I Googled baclofen and up regulated filtering and came up with
Complete thread -- :-) Pre-coffee? Seebum will probably lead you to the correct spelling, sebum.
Complete thread -- Wav posted for post below-
Complete thread -- look up seebum
Complete thread -- Patient has an abscess on his nose.
Complete thread -- ? cyclobenzaprine - muscle relaxant - either you're not hearing
Complete thread -- Oh, now just heck! :) I was so darned pleased with myself that I had most (see msg)
Complete thread -- Er, that would be woman
Complete thread -- Med s/l cyclobenzin. Unclear what it's for--from meds list of women with spine issue
Complete thread -- I agree with you. But this guy is careless and not even trying...
Complete thread -- A lot of ESL dictators pronounce things differently, for example
Complete thread -- Definitely hearing his version of "portal lymphadenopathy." not sure of that extra
Complete thread -- Spot on. Thank you!
Complete thread -- here's an idea of how careless this *#$@& is: he says millarax instead of MiraLAX. Grrrr
Complete thread -- portal lymphadenopathy?
Complete thread -- ECOG performance score...
Complete thread -- s/l eh-cog pif-amouns scaw 3
Complete thread -- Comes in 10 and 20 mg dosages. I'd definitely have to question
Complete thread -- is 1600 mg even possible?
Complete thread -- Patient is taking baclofen 1600 mg for infection-
Complete thread -- sounds like this and dosage is correct, SM
Complete thread -- nvm guys...thank you so
Complete thread -- You don't have enough of a sound bite to hear it well, but
Complete thread -- one would try a steroid here. I'm finding Diflucan Capsules 50mg&200mg, Powder for Oral
Complete thread -- ty Margaret
Complete thread -- Help
Complete thread -- No. hepatic function is best measured by LFTs. a single group of tests.
Complete thread -- needs confirmationi - are hepatic function and LFTs two different test?
Complete thread -- (optic) dis(k, your acct) cupping.
Complete thread -- ack! Did it again. I hear "No AV nicking or disk cupping". (see msg)
Complete thread -- I'm hearing
Complete thread -- I never should have gone. It was just awful, and I knew better (see msg)
Complete thread -- (no need to worry! do your best at posting a wav! SM
Complete thread -- Okay, whew! I thought I just really couldn't understand ANYTHING (see msg)
Complete thread -- (I forgot to spell for you the singular and plural: stria (STREE-uh, sing) striae (STREE-
Complete thread -- yes, he said stree-eye (str-ee-i) or close enough that i'm sure that's the word. thanks!
Complete thread -- That's okay, but it is not the correct wav anyway, lol.
Complete thread -- my best representation of pronunciation = STREE-uh (singular), and STREE-eye (plural)
Complete thread -- how do you pronounce that? he clearly says str-ee-i or sr-ee-i, but the context makes sens
Complete thread -- wondering, maybe "striae"???
Complete thread -- reproductive endocrinology, s/l "s-ree-i"
Complete thread -- "is" in final sentence probably should be "if" instead. (I have no wav capability)
Complete thread -- pls
Complete thread -- How would you punctuate this?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- (I'm finding Roman numerals, II, among scholarly posts, and arabic, 2, among lay persons'
Complete thread -- x-rays of shoulder: She has a type 2 acromion. is that II or 2?
Complete thread -- WOW! thank you for your contribution! :-)
Complete thread -- Sgarbossa criteria (the S is silent). New word for me, lol.
Complete thread -- (I cannot hear wav) What is UR s/l? "No nystagmus. Normal opticokinetic nystagmus. Facies"
Complete thread -- thanks Margaret ...
Complete thread -- (whew! Thanks for bearing with me! :-)
Complete thread -- Pilates class
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- again, Oops! (docks kan't spel!) "griseofulvin"
Complete thread -- physical therapy
Complete thread -- Oops, "grisiofulvin."
Complete thread -- gresiofulvin (please check my spelling)
Complete thread -- "no AV nicking" is a common-enough PE expression. SM
Complete thread -- Previously treated with s/l "greasal foldin".
Complete thread -- No AV nicking ......something
Complete thread -- Anicteric. PERRL. No nystagmus. No _____ . Facies were symmetric.
Complete thread -- Anicteric. PERRL. No nystagmus. No _____ . Facies were symmetric.
Complete thread -- oops, I'm remembering now that I have heard it mainly as "scleral buckle," not retinal...
Complete thread -- whatis their name without the es?
Complete thread -- thank you for the f/u! :-)
Complete thread -- the "give away" on ligatgure/LigaSure is "cautery" It is LigaSure
Complete thread -- I think that will do it, thanks!
Complete thread -- (I like this suggestion.)
Complete thread -- Would no pain on motion of her eyes work?
Complete thread -- helpers/contributors to WB represent a VERY WIDE spectrum. SM.
Complete thread -- after
Complete thread -- She has no tenderness to palpation in the remainder of her face.
Complete thread -- some..did he say anything else before it or after it?
Complete thread -- thanks I have not found anything either
Complete thread -- s/l no "panna" motion of her eyes...
Complete thread -- (I searched in "Drug" above both for *acron and for *icron. Neither yielded suitable drug.
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- Agree. This is getting beyond absurd.
Complete thread -- You have GOT to be kidding me they want 4 month's?????? Where do they
Complete thread -- 10 cc; on my account, we would convert to mL, so 10 mL.
Complete thread -- one tablespoon? (15 mL?) (I have no sound card, cannot hear wav.)
Complete thread -- need help with wav
Complete thread -- med s/l m-a-cron 100 mg see below
Complete thread -- maybe "submitted for biopsy"
Complete thread -- not knowing what it's for.... s/l S-B tube
Complete thread -- That one sounds as stupid as mine so who knows. lol
Complete thread -- Are you the OP though? If not, I'm not sure it applies unless
Complete thread -- Sadly, most of the errors have nothing to do with GYN. I'm thinking
Complete thread -- My acct calls for 1:00, 2:00, and they also want month's. I have no choice.
Complete thread -- Today options were discussed with Mr. ****, one of which was the placement of _____sm
Complete thread -- I think we are hoping against hope since she hasn't said a word back and is "NEW"...
Complete thread -- I agree. Then again, there were so many errors that I wasn't sure
Complete thread -- 1 o'clock, 5 o'clock, and 7 o'clock
Complete thread -- I have no problem doing it. It is what she should learn early and she is already
Complete thread -- :{
Complete thread -- (Thank you! I couldn't make myself say the emperor had no clothes on. But you did! :-)
Complete thread -- It is part of our JOB to know what not to like. Sheesh. ANd just because she found
Complete thread -- I wouldn't use that if I couldn't hear it. post a wav
Complete thread -- surgery
Complete thread -- Thank you. (I, no one, needs to "like" it if that's what he said!! :-)
Complete thread -- Just because someone probably put something wrong on a prior report. That makes no sense.
Complete thread -- thanks Margaret. ...
Complete thread -- Check prior report and that's the word used.
Complete thread -- WOW! (Are you sure? hmmm....)
Complete thread -- Thanks, I'm new to GYN.
Complete thread -- (I wish I could get answer to your "real" question, but no luck so far...)
Complete thread -- It's technical.
Complete thread -- You do know that Pap is always capped, I hope? CIN-2 to 3. They normally check
Complete thread -- (a tiny error within your text. I was just trying to help you correct it.)
Complete thread -- Oh, oh, oh, found it. Thanks for catching that.
Complete thread -- What?
Complete thread -- not "can" but "came" (I cannot get "tipnic" abns for you)
Complete thread -- yes, "buckle," or retinal buckle. your s/l spelling is correct
Complete thread -- cervix was very homogeneous. I did not find much in the way of any s/l tipnic abnorma
Complete thread -- "Right eye retinal tear with a _______ treatment and vitrectomy in ...
Complete thread -- Literacy as a whole has dropped significantly. I was listening to a show the other
Complete thread -- If you do 1 EFL for 25 ESL, you provide medical records for the very most needy folks.
Complete thread -- thanks. I imagine patience comes easier on WB for a "non-MT" than for a "working MT."
Complete thread -- Good points, Margaret. On my account, I do 1 English speaker for 25 ESL.
Complete thread -- Works for me. Thank you very much for that suggestion.
Complete thread -- I agree, and I certainly wish I knew how the problem could be remediated. SM
Complete thread -- maybe means a plain old bone clamp ?
Complete thread -- Bravo! I could not have said this better. Thank you.
Complete thread -- bony cramp? Help needed.
Complete thread -- Have a great time!!! :-)
Complete thread -- I'm with you on that one. Some days, I don't know who is getting worse, the ESLs
Complete thread -- Ha! He's saying medial malleoli. . . what a joke this job is.
Complete thread -- Yep. I now see that that's what happened. Thanks! Signing off & heading out...(see msg)
Complete thread -- it is indole, not endo. yikes.
Complete thread -- I'm right there with you in ESL h*ll. S/l my-myota fracture. Searching now.
Complete thread -- go with this one!! I DO remember indole-positive! Thanks, nnm!
Complete thread -- indole-positive
Complete thread -- (this, too, happens. Especially when one is posting to an OP that is "falling off the bot
Complete thread -- [DOC] BACTERIAL NUTRITION AND GROWTH Chapters 8, 9, and 10 review ...File Format: Microsof
Complete thread -- I feel very "weak" on this (b/c I cannot remember it from my education), but I suspect
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh! Ignore this. This was intended for another post (see msg)
Complete thread -- Yet another guess: Sclerotic?
Complete thread -- Cannot document "endo-positive". I cannot put it w/o documentation of what it is.
Complete thread -- Actually I haven 't been on here much. In the past they have been ver ...
Complete thread -- Correct (mostly.) 2 morphotypes, both are lactose-positive and endo-positive. SM
Complete thread -- Hi there! I've been looking at/posting on the board on and off...(see msg)
Complete thread -- I checked archives just now and I don't see where anyone has ever
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- cyanotic? (this is my WAG)
Complete thread -- necrotic?
Complete thread -- I'm in ESL he*L. Urine culture, more than 100,000 gram-negative rods, and I discuss
Complete thread -- I agree with other poster; the diameter of round ligs fails to "give away" the answer.
Complete thread -- need word help
Complete thread -- I don't know what to tell you. A ligature is a generic thing. LigaSure™ is a system.
Complete thread -- round ligaments
Complete thread -- thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Thanks for being helpful rather than sarcastic :-)
Complete thread -- (most likely = LigaSure. But what is the diameter of the vessel being ligated? Name of
Complete thread -- Prob. too late, but I'm thinking "left epidural nerve root" for the first one. Maybe?
Complete thread -- cautery using ligature/LigaSure.... the correct one please
Complete thread -- ..... The lift-off, belly-off, internal rotation lag sign, ... SLAP lesions may be tested
Complete thread -- Link for shoulder orthopedic tests.
Complete thread -- Suggestion: google shoulder "speed test" and see what you find.
Complete thread -- speed and Jorgensen's test?
Complete thread -- (not to worry! we've all "been there, done that!" Starfish, please SM
Complete thread -- Oh shoot, I didn't go look for the homepage....must do that. (see msg)
Complete thread -- (Not to Worry!) I think this usually happens from failure to refresh after posting. SM
Complete thread -- I always hear something, such as "normal", before LVSF as well. (see msg)
Complete thread -- agree....a very "cool" link!(Had trouble locating site's "home page," but believe I did.)
Complete thread -- I hit "send" inadvertently in middle of rewording my post.... (see msg)
Complete thread -- I'mThat is one cool link. Thank you! It had info of some of the more obscure...(see msg)
Complete thread -- (you're welcome! :-)
Complete thread -- (words from Google:) Since the mandible articulates with the skull at the glenoid fossa,
Complete thread -- Yes, I just found that. thanks, Mgt
Complete thread -- Was the study ONLY a head CT? Glenoid can apply to skull as well as to scapula.
Complete thread -- Okey doke, I'll go with that. thank you again.
Complete thread -- I could imagine "a single T6 high-amplitude sharp wave with a theta" wave following.
Complete thread -- Thank you! That's it!
Complete thread -- That's just what it sounded like. I know it wasn't any of those things. Sent it anyway.
Complete thread -- porcine (pig) valve
Complete thread -- I don't see where any of those fit on an EEG.
Complete thread -- aortic stenosis, status post valve replacement s/l "forcing" valve
Complete thread -- bicarb
Complete thread -- Sodium 137, potassium 4.2, chloride 98, s/l burkett 28, glucose 138.
Complete thread -- osteomas within the right greater wing of the sphenoid and left anterior s/l "glenoid
Complete thread -- There was a single T6 high-amplitude sharp wave with a "feo" or "field"
Complete thread -- ignoring people trying to help
Complete thread -- see link.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- this is so rude
Complete thread -- Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- link of Texas counties alpha
Complete thread -- Oops, sorry, Davey! I meant to type "Crockett."
Complete thread -- s/m link
Complete thread -- might you be hearing "Crocker" County? Have you any adjunctive details? (a doc's name, a
Complete thread -- (the obvious solution does not appear on the list of TX counties, therefore suggest you SM
Complete thread -- I have advised the *Hayneses* of these findings. Am I correct in adding SM
Complete thread -- http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:tE1xmCabCQ8J:www.naco.org/Template.cf
Complete thread -- s/l crowop county
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- methacholine?
Complete thread -- patient with chronic cough. It could be allergy related. sm
Complete thread -- (thanks, you two!! :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks every one.
Complete thread -- Agree with Cloward, but all my docs call it a dowel.
Complete thread -- It was dorzolamide, thanks all.
Complete thread -- Cloward is what I think you may want
Complete thread -- are you certain you heard "or"? could that have been "dor" instead?
Complete thread -- a WAY WAG: cotter pin? no knowledge, just imagining...donning my Kevlar now... :-)
Complete thread -- There's acetazolamide, which is used for glaucoma. Is doc perhaps just shortening?
Complete thread -- The s/l clower (like flower) pin was placed at 5 and 6.
Complete thread -- dorzolamide
Complete thread -- Sulamyd
Complete thread -- s/l "zolamide" eye drops
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone, going to listen again.
Complete thread -- Stedman's ABBR shows HU = head unit, heat unit, hemagglutinating unit,
Complete thread -- I found that HU might be an abbr for hydroxyurea. Do you have any other info?
Complete thread -- yes; home pg test IS urine. Maybe it has changed now, but in past docs did confirmatory te
Complete thread -- H=Hallmark; "when you care enough to send the very best."
Complete thread -- Wouldn't the home pregnancy test already been urine.etc.
Complete thread -- usually one hears the hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). U might = "urine"?
Complete thread -- word help - test for pregnancy - sm
Complete thread -- consider "medial" for "medi-"
Complete thread -- When you say it like that it does make more sense. Thanks.
Complete thread -- the mere fact that it is function and not dysfunction is the same thing as saying abnormal
Complete thread -- Yes but we all have a lvsf and probably always shows on an echo, right? Just haven't
Complete thread -- Well good for "you"...
Complete thread -- not "you" but "I" always hear something before the LVSF.
Complete thread -- I was close. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Thanks! It was my thought also, but he sure doesn't spell it that way! lol
Complete thread -- Not necessarily.
Complete thread -- I hear to retrain the atrium.
Complete thread -- Don't need a qualilfier. IT is simply what it is. Maybe I am. Do what you wish.
Complete thread -- you usually hear normal, preserved, fairly preserved, something beforehand
Complete thread -- wav file, sort of crackles.
Complete thread -- that was my thought (sm)
Complete thread -- Definitely says function but no qualifier like "normal," "intact," etc. Just have never
Complete thread -- Why? Why? She said it. It's a legit phrase.
Complete thread -- Not a problem. I only listed it so that EHOB would be in our archives for the next poster
Complete thread -- screwing up Trileptal?
Complete thread -- If you do not hear anything but the word function, that's what I would just go with. I he
Complete thread -- Good question. Their webside does not show periods, so, maybe not. There's so many
Complete thread -- seizure medication
Complete thread -- I may just leave a blank where she says function, in case it should be
Complete thread -- She says that echo showed "left ventricular systolic function." Do you think she
Complete thread -- Of note, IHOP didn't register with the periods in their name
Complete thread -- I'm going to let JHC handle this one.
Complete thread -- At least SOMEBODY did a little research. lol
Complete thread -- The trademark link says they registered the name as E.H.O.B.
Complete thread -- He eats nothing but Nutella and "s/l Qvite" every day.
Complete thread -- EHOB, Inc. was founded in 1985 with a special interest in soft tissue research, education
Complete thread -- It POPS right up on GOOGLE, company name, addy, phone number?????????
Complete thread -- So I assume the person who said JHC thinks that acdaca's question was easily found or some
Complete thread -- That's it....many thanks! :)
Complete thread -- check Tykosin
Complete thread -- I assume it's Jesus H. Christ
Complete thread -- acronym for elevate head of bed
Complete thread -- She was started on "s/l Peco-sin" for a fib, but it was of no help.
Complete thread -- What is JHC?
Complete thread -- JHC!!!!
Complete thread -- OP said it was NOT axis, Mgt's fan.
Complete thread -- as in "achy breaky heart," per Billy Ray Cyrus...SM
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- periphery. Meaning on the distal extremities.
Complete thread -- sure could be, thank you!
Complete thread -- acne vulgaris? Check my spelling.
Complete thread -- EHOB ® - I agree. Tried to find anything it might be short for and just now gave up.
Complete thread -- Epilepsy, bipolar disorder, irritable bowel, hypothyroidism, ______.
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- From EHOB, Inc. All caps.
Complete thread -- Yes. Spell check got it!!
Complete thread -- verruca vulgaris - could vertical be verruca?
Complete thread -- Letters or a word?
Complete thread -- EHOB boots, not in archives. I was just looking to see if they were all caps or not.
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- you did see the typo right? folic acid/aicd
Complete thread -- maybe over indenting bony fragments?? WAG
Complete thread -- Thanks for everyone's help!!
Complete thread -- I hear something about refilling the iron.
Complete thread -- plan 1: We will refill the iron. Folic acid, the patient will
Complete thread -- something iron with folic acid?
Complete thread -- 1. _____ folic aicd with patient to take 1 pill a day of each pill.
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you!!
Complete thread -- I hear nosebleeds, gum bleeding....
Complete thread -- I hear nosebleeds, but I think there's something after that and
Complete thread -- She denies any problems with _______or rectal bleeding, blood in urine or stool.
Complete thread -- Then use a period after the last bone, no hyphen.
Complete thread -- Oops, sorry about the 3 answers!
Complete thread -- I agree with Couvelaire uterus
Complete thread -- I agree with Couvelaire uterus
Complete thread -- I agree with Couvelaire uterus
Complete thread -- *overt in ding bony fragments* noted
Complete thread -- Well that is the entire sentence that I posted.
Complete thread -- That's it!
Complete thread -- Looks fine to me.
Complete thread -- Couvelaire?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- if bone on bone is the end of the sentance, then NO. If it is bone-on-bone something,
Complete thread -- Normal uterus, tubes, and ovaries bilaterally. _______________ uterus ...
Complete thread -- pls post more context.. the sentence before/after.. diagnosis etc.
Complete thread -- OB word help
Complete thread -- stage IIIB disease?
Complete thread -- BVCs in lung cancer? See note
Complete thread -- celiac axis (you go by context, dictionary/reference, documentation) not just by sound
Complete thread -- here is link celiac plexus, axis, access. I can't skim through right now, have to run.
Complete thread -- This patient does have a unilateral lateral compartment arthritis with "bone on bone"
Complete thread -- stenosis of the celiac plexus, and later says Stenosis of the celiac 'Access'
Complete thread -- Pls help with punctuation on this ortho note. thank you so
Complete thread -- tocolytics - tocolysis anti-contraction medications sm
Complete thread -- might was to relisten for AND profundoplasty, see if can hear that
Complete thread -- heterophonic - heterophonous - heterophony
Complete thread -- Thanks to both. Listened again and must flag. Will post if I find out.
Complete thread -- stertorous breath sounds?
Complete thread -- I can't find anything. Wonder if he is trying to make something out of egophony -- some
Complete thread -- s/l ** head-er-off-en-us ** breath sounds
Complete thread -- probably something like Motor: 5/5 right, ? 5/5 left. Patient is right handed.
Complete thread -- Motor: 5/5 on the right. 5-/5 to 5/5 left. Note the patient is right-handed.
Complete thread -- Never mind, I got it.
Complete thread -- Oops, I wasn't done. Then he says: Left: Note patient is right handed.
Complete thread -- I have no idea how to transcribe this. Motor: 5/5. Right 5 minus to five over five.
Complete thread -- ??enterocolitis??
Complete thread -- It was a quick note and the only thing else was pt's info. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- Mr. xxx developed C. diff s/l inter colitis.
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you. I put ear achy.
Complete thread -- He clearly says achy.
Complete thread -- SOrry, you gave us no other information that might help us help you.
Complete thread -- Flagging. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- Try mt911.com They have a phonetic doctor lookup.
Complete thread -- Dr. Augusto Sotelo, MD, Greensburg, Pennsylvania, (PA), Otolaryngology
Complete thread -- town, hospital, what he/she does, any clue???
Complete thread -- any idea what specialty is?
Complete thread -- Trying to find a dr in PA. s/l Sue-we-ko.
Complete thread -- Sure not just saying earache?
Complete thread -- I would spell achy correctly, though. (Not achey)
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- also,can you hear "neural foraminal" in there at all?
Complete thread -- can you hear disk herniation or disk extrusion instead of dyskinesia? Doesn't sound
Complete thread -- Now it s/l per-rif-e-rin
Complete thread -- Anyone have a guess?
Complete thread -- ventral effacement of the thecal sac
Complete thread -- s/l "left up in all nubal", s/l "drent rawl effacement"
Complete thread -- Skin is warm and dry on the s/l perierin. No open sores on the feet.
Complete thread -- hazy?
Complete thread -- If that is dictated, like the ear is achey... more of a complaint iow, not a diagnosis per
Complete thread -- No hyphen however. mainstem or main stem
Complete thread -- Chief complaint: Sore throat, ear achey. Would you leave that ear achey as is?
Complete thread -- I changed it to that but he absolutely said optimalized.
Complete thread -- I normally hear optimized.
Complete thread -- just realized it might be "A C difficile toxin"
Complete thread -- *a cetaseala* toxin assay - or "a seat a sill uh"
Complete thread -- What would you do with this? Patient medically optimalized for surgery.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- sent in. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- I just googled dysfibrogenia and it gave me your answer. Actually
Complete thread -- Using dysfibr* at One Look link above,
Complete thread -- main stem bronchi
Complete thread -- main-stem bronchi
Complete thread -- s/l dis-fibro-gin-e’-me-a
Complete thread -- the main s/l subbronchi was within normal limits. Also s/l mace and bronchi (sm)
Complete thread -- Each knee was injected uneventfully via medial approach with 40 mg of _______.
Complete thread -- Billybob, did same patient, different doc. Med was right, Remeron, dose was 5 mg.
Complete thread -- think weekly ...
Complete thread -- Is it possible to have dialysis three times a day????
Complete thread -- under
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l normal medi-postsurgical induration
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l "A-Z" or "E-Z" stranding
Complete thread -- By George, I think that's it! TYVM!
Complete thread -- doc prob mixed up the expressions "holding up" and "hanging in there"
Complete thread -- I seem to be having trouble today with regular words, not medical words.
Complete thread -- only wag I can come up with is "tone and"
Complete thread -- high lower esophageal sphincter "totem" pressures
Complete thread -- I think it should be 8:30 o'clock. I do not think the BOS is the last word.
Complete thread -- Or "right over it"
Complete thread -- female who had a right femoral endarterectomy s/l under (or "and a") fundosplasty.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will flag the dose.
Complete thread -- Remeron _____ mg.
Complete thread -- So you are saying OP SHOULD type as 8:30 o'clock, BB?
Complete thread -- the hospital meds are these. Those were the home meds
Complete thread -- wav file, questioning remeron and/or the dosage? Thanks.
Complete thread -- with a contusion lying over it?
Complete thread -- with a *contusion lie over tot*.
Complete thread -- Figured it out - it's "an PTLD." nm
Complete thread -- Definitely not all caps. not an abbreviation/acronym.
Complete thread -- I expand it out to whatever it refers to tocometer here or tocolysis, etc.
Complete thread -- toco or TOCO? or tocometer?
Complete thread -- A 52-year-old male with multiple medical problems of s/l *MPTOG*.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- not really enough info but may be sclerotic foci (ie focus)
Complete thread -- sclerotic thocai?
Complete thread -- sclerotic thoci??
Complete thread -- it would be easier if AAMT didn't give wrong answers SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Please do not give wrong answers.
Complete thread -- No, it most certainly is not. Per BOS, if 8:30 o'clock position is dictated, you leave
Complete thread -- Christian Andreas Doppler (www.whonamedit.com).
Complete thread -- carotid Doppler or carotid doppler
Complete thread -- as in H&P?
Complete thread -- Found it. It's Boerhaave's.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- smelling ***social changes*** to her urine
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray to make sure there is no free air and rule out
Complete thread -- A change was noted in the "8:30 o'clock" position. Is that format correct? nm
Complete thread -- ?trauma
Complete thread -- Pt complaining of ab pain and sore throat.
Complete thread -- Under ROS, neurological (sm)
Complete thread -- steroid injections "is" planned...
Complete thread -- defin