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Complete thread -- noncontrast (one word, no -ed)
Complete thread -- sounds good - usually i hear every 6 hours, but 4 times a day is the same.
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much!!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm running on slow mode this evening.
Complete thread -- Well, okay, I guess 4 times a day doesn't mean every 4 hours so guess it's okay.
Complete thread -- use more often if she has wheezing.
Complete thread -- Why would he say 4 times a day AND q.4h. ??
Complete thread -- no runs.. just the one comma and it sounds perfect.
Complete thread -- recorder, which last week. only comma you need.
Complete thread -- runs.
Complete thread -- Cardiac. Pls SM. I have no idea if this makes sense. Runs or lines?
Complete thread -- i love it when i learn something new .... every day!!
Complete thread -- i love it when i learn something new .... every day!!
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I was finally able to verify. :) I'll post link for future help.
Complete thread -- elevate? hmmm...not sure that makes sense...but (sm)
Complete thread -- lol, thanks. I think he may actually be saying elevate. thanks!
Complete thread -- lfa - wrong..that's in brain surgery. duh
Complete thread -- Meant to say thanks. I probably would have left a blank!
Complete thread -- LFA - Left Fronto Anterior??
Complete thread -- too funny....
Complete thread -- Lol, I think it's just "and the" laparoscopy performed
Complete thread -- sound file would be really helpful if you can.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- ? and then
Complete thread -- That should be appendicitis in text. Don't mind my typos.
Complete thread -- I will. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I will. Thanks.
Complete thread -- an 11 mm trocar was then placed through the infraumbilical incision s/l "ippy D" lap
Complete thread -- *rind* ...insist on RIND
Complete thread -- I know there is a 'grind.' But this doc uses the word 5 times w/o an audible 'g'.
Complete thread -- if you insist on grind, why bother asking for help?
Complete thread -- I am familiar with 'grind.' However, he uses 'rind' (no 'g') about 5 times. I will
Complete thread -- He is defin
Complete thread -- well, i'd still go with grind, as there is also a grind test.
Complete thread -- yes, you do. there is such a thing as "synovial grind" we both cant be crazy
Complete thread -- google "synovial grind" - 2nd one down.
Complete thread -- I see. Thanks, uaa!
Complete thread -- Also: SYNOVIAL RIND SUGGESTIVE OF SEPTIC ARTHRITIS.
Complete thread -- like the fibrous rind you see in lungs. a formation of
Complete thread -- Can't be. He is only scoping the knee, then takes pictures and says: Image #2 Patella with
Complete thread -- never mind...don't know what I was talking about :P
Complete thread -- Thanks, it's not in my Ortho book nor could I Google it.
Complete thread -- If it was on exam, it would most likely be grind.
Complete thread -- yep, rind
Complete thread -- Knee arthroscopy: There was significant synovial s/l"rind" throughout all compartment
Complete thread -- "There is "a" stage 1 sacral decubiti." The doctor is
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- non-contrasted MRI (they don't inject contrast)
Complete thread -- Thanks - was thinking that was it but wasn't sure!
Complete thread -- sound before the word contrasted-s/l noy
Complete thread -- because they will start sliding scale BECAUSE prednisone raises glucose.
Complete thread -- no...on 2nd thought, the other one. sorry
Complete thread -- I vote for after scale.
Complete thread -- where would period go?
Complete thread -- I'm going to start taking out all personal info and copy what I send to QA, then check
Complete thread -- BALnicity index, BAL index?
Complete thread -- distraction index?
Complete thread -- OOO. That does burn me too. Why do we waste our time, right?
Complete thread -- I think that is the condition the x-ray was for, they just didn't identify themselves as
Complete thread -- I know. I saw it and prayed QA would put it but no, they put just put it down as he
Complete thread -- Keep documentation of such so you can CYA. I did find a doctor finally last night
Complete thread -- Good grief, just got that QA report back with the name of the doctor I was looking
Complete thread -- acetabular index ?
Complete thread -- its the balendix.
Complete thread -- ????????????????????
Complete thread -- x-ray of what? give a lil more info and perhaps we can help you.
Complete thread -- Left hip dysplasia
Complete thread -- Is there any Sounds/Like?? Further context? What's wrong?
Complete thread -- do you have a sounds like or a wav file? x-ray of what?
Complete thread -- X-ray which was done today, shows left (___) of 18 and on the right si ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Tikosyn
Complete thread -- 5-1/2 units
Complete thread -- The only thing is to prevent further stroke. In that department, he h ...
Complete thread -- How to properly write 5 1/2 units NovoRapid? ...
Complete thread -- joint
Complete thread -- Musculoskeletal: There is no clubbing. There is no *gym* deformity.
Complete thread -- Yep, he's pronouncing weird but definitely it.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I just now checked FDA under "ren" and was wondering. I bet you're right and
Complete thread -- Renagel 800
Complete thread -- renegalate 100 mg t.i.d.
Complete thread -- one decubitus ulcer, two decubitus ulcers
Complete thread -- semi
Complete thread -- Thanks so much to all of you!
Complete thread -- ; otherwise or Otherwise?
Complete thread -- I clearly hear limbus to limbus
Complete thread -- limbus to limbus, the other helper one was right.
Complete thread -- limbus to limbus (what I hear)
Complete thread -- nasal limbus or temporal limbus is all i see. "nasOlimbus" might sound like the O
Complete thread -- just posted WAV
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- last one?sm
Complete thread -- Thank you! :) ...
Complete thread -- PT with pancreatic cancer. sm
Complete thread -- can you post the voice file?
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I don't hear that.
Complete thread -- slurring/stammering through temporal limbus?
Complete thread -- ccfly (my abbreviation for that word) and ccfl for circumferential.
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. It's limbus ___ limbus, but that word has a clear long O sound.
Complete thread -- (spanning) limbus to limbus?
Complete thread -- limbus something
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- around the catheter cuff bringing it up s/l *circumfrenchly? ...
Complete thread -- s/l lindus polindus
Complete thread -- and, ulcer stages are Roman per AAMT BOS.
Complete thread -- not decubiti -- word is decubitus. adjective describing an ulcer/wound.
Complete thread -- clarifying: lab work that would tell them which bug they were dealing with
Complete thread -- meaning sent in a prescription for broad-spectrum antibiotics,
Complete thread -- of course
Complete thread -- just sent a *broad spectrum* accordingly.
Complete thread -- About the ulcer: IMO, the word "a" signifies one ulcer.
Complete thread -- S1, S2 are present.
Complete thread -- Two questions.
Complete thread -- "due to" medical condition?
Complete thread -- makes sense to me too
Complete thread -- Sure, consistently hypotensive on blood pressures taken one after another serially
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: Unable to obtain from *medical condition*.
Complete thread -- I think it sounds fine. Is it pretty clear?
Complete thread -- Agree, since there is usually only one HER2/neu test.
Complete thread -- s/l serially hypotensive
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- I would think it would be HER status (for HER-2 or HER2/neu)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- HERS or HERs??
Complete thread -- makes sense to me, heavy bleeding/descent (of uterus)
Complete thread -- ? rads
Complete thread -- radiation treatment total 4500 s/l ravs TIA
Complete thread -- No, not really
Complete thread -- s/l descent??? Make sense??
Complete thread -- will continue Saphris, Cymbalta...
Complete thread -- questions... please help
Complete thread -- FIO2?
Complete thread -- I thought about the period for clarity. I emailed and team lead and asked if I could not
Complete thread -- I don't know why you'd consider a period. If you expanded, would it not
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. Sending in.
Complete thread -- MGM d. MI, 82. Would you put a period after small d? She dictates this way.
Complete thread -- see if any of these work for you according to the history
Complete thread -- scapulopexy?
Complete thread -- S/L assistopexy fracture
Complete thread -- I haven't got the corrected copy yet but would bet my life you're right. The dictator
Complete thread -- IV, O2?
Complete thread -- patient with COPD. Treated with s/l IVO2, updrafts, prednisone, antibiotics.
Complete thread -- check formatting..... N-terminal NT-BNP, can also be NT-proBNP
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Absolutely
Complete thread -- can you hear "Allerclear" for the second one?
Complete thread -- NT BNP
Complete thread -- Mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- Last one Astepro
Complete thread -- First one is Ocuvite
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav, medication
Complete thread -- Thank you everyone for the suggestions. (((hugs)))
Complete thread -- no hyphens
Complete thread -- thanks MT50
Complete thread -- i use sb for short of breath and sob for shortness of breath
Complete thread -- I would say "and"
Complete thread -- sobx for shortness of breath, shoob for short of breath
Complete thread -- It's describing vaccination history.
Complete thread -- can't tell if I'm hearing "inversion and plantar flexion or inversion in plantar
Complete thread -- sob for shortness of breath, sobb for short of breath
Complete thread -- CASH otic powder capsules (see message)
Complete thread -- sobz
Complete thread -- systolic 120s, diastolic less than 80s
Complete thread -- nvm i got it ..sm
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- It's driving me crazy to find a shortcut for short of breath. I use
Complete thread -- After removal of debris from ear, s/l cash powder was placed in this ear. nm, tq
Complete thread -- Vaccination history: Up to date. (no hyphens right?)
Complete thread -- I know you're probably long gone, but I just found this guy Brett Cucchiara, MD
Complete thread -- vertebral artery stenosis would be more like vascular
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- infiltrate.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- cefepime, vancomycin...
Complete thread -- cough without the production of any sputum. The patient
Complete thread -- link University Of Penn
Complete thread -- I appreciate your help but ended up flagging because I had 6 other blanks. He did spell
Complete thread -- Here is another link you might can check. Kinda hampered w/o first name or actual special
Complete thread -- See if any of these might work? Do you hear him spelling? or is he saying it?
Complete thread -- Looking for doctor at University of Pennsylvania. Any help appreciated. I have
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- as we await peritoneal .. .. .. and studies as they are obtained, and for further ...
Complete thread -- as we await?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- No chance at all. This poster just says "...thanks" and takes any answer
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- grammar check
Complete thread -- currently in the lab being analyzed and will...
Complete thread -- me2
Complete thread -- and is currently in the lab being analyzed and will
Complete thread -- Bence-Jones proteinuria? postrenal? transient? asymptomatic?
Complete thread -- can U hear related instead?
Complete thread -- Peritoneal fluid was obtained from left lower quadrant peritoneal dial ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'd say the end would be something proteinuria.... let's try to find what goes first.
Complete thread -- survey, and urine negative for *prans trans protein uria*. He is currently
Complete thread -- I think makes sense to me. To make equal or equivalent. sm
Complete thread -- LCL repair and percutaneous fixation distal radius fracture and pinnin ...
Complete thread -- "pinkie felon." Two words you don't see together often.
Complete thread -- I am not sure about equated to ACLS protocol. can you help ...
Complete thread -- transcription
Complete thread -- Samina Choudry MD ... so many spellings for Chaudhary/Choudry? any specialty given??
Complete thread -- I had never heard the term before either and did say it was a total wag
Complete thread -- Any chance we could have a little more? Who leads the what?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I 'hear' 15 also, but if you do any research, the only one is 18, not 15,
Complete thread -- I hear the "myoncaseek project" and I found "OncoSec" and it looks to be about bladder CA?
Complete thread -- Dr. ___________ Chaudhary, from Michigan. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The other option I discussed with her was potential participation in _ ...
Complete thread -- did U see it is 18, not 15?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- OMP-18R5 is our first Wnt pathway program cleared to begin clinical ... working together t
Complete thread -- sorry typo Wnt-signaling.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Wnt inhibitor (or Wnd-signaling inhibitor) but still cannot find the other
Complete thread -- oh maybe, will listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- secondary to her oxaliplatin therapy which is fairly chronic.
Complete thread -- Oxaliplatin. Is she on chemotherapy?
Complete thread -- 15R5, and I hear Wendt? though can't document through Google
Complete thread -- These include the phase I trial of OMP-__________ the ________ inhibit ...
Complete thread -- She has chronic peripheral neuropathy secondary to ___________ therapy ...
Complete thread -- short form for "bicornuate" uterus? Just a WAG...
Complete thread -- That's okay, thanks a lot for trying :)
Complete thread -- radiology word help - sm
Complete thread -- not a renal transplant med, couldn't find anything. too late anyway.
Complete thread -- Sending blank, never mind
Complete thread -- I'm glad it was me. Lol.
Complete thread -- In med list *isoma*
Complete thread -- P.S. I caught the hyperthermia error (should be hypo) in case anyone is wondering.
Complete thread -- I got to help someone,
Complete thread -- Empiric coverage it is! Clear as a bell!
Complete thread -- emperic coverage
Complete thread -- hmmm....could be....thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- IV fluids, placed in a warming blanket, and s/l empirical ridge"with broad-spectrum
Complete thread -- I know every company is different; but,
Complete thread -- free end?
Complete thread -- spare part surgery??? huh!
Complete thread -- Oops, you had the 'in' part!
Complete thread -- Sorry, nothing came to mind until now...(he's) he is instructed in or on?
Complete thread -- gracillis graft (s/l fundum) was then passed...
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone. I ended up saving offline. Nothing fit!
Complete thread -- Yup, if "sub-cu" is dictated, we change to subcutis
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- nerve sparing
Complete thread -- I will get him started on a TED stocking program and "cease instruct" in elevation.
Complete thread -- Not a complete s/l, but nerve sparring comes to mind
Complete thread -- Is subcutis your short form for subcutaneous?
Complete thread -- Saw something in Google that referred to spare part surgery, wonder if that may be it?
Complete thread -- Saw something in Google that referred to spare part surgery, wonder if that may be it?
Complete thread -- Nope, don't think so, but thanks!
Complete thread -- how about "in a separate" procedure? There were...a couple nodes not was.
Complete thread -- (s/l spare-tote) procedure
Complete thread -- Ha ha. Yeah, I realize that doesn't make me look like a seasoned MT by any means, by
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Complete thread -- Thanks all. Not used to Oncology as I do mainly ops. Had to
Complete thread -- Thanks. Knew that. Was thinking and CA might be ANCA.
Complete thread -- the A does go with chromogranin. Chromogranin A or parathyroid secretory protein 1
Complete thread -- CA normally = cancer antigen, but they usually give which CA they want?
Complete thread -- inclined to agree - A and CA (could be CA-19-9 or CA-125)??
Complete thread -- therefore Chromogranin A *and CA* were requested.
Complete thread -- She sure does get in her full complement of personal attacks also. But that's okay.
Complete thread -- If we are here to offer assistance, I'd think most of us have some responsibility
Complete thread -- I say that because and I am sure I am not the only one who has noticed this
Complete thread -- yes, that's correct
Complete thread -- Exactly!! And she will keep posting misinformation. SHE is sick!
Complete thread -- Exactly!
Complete thread -- We can tell this is Darlene hiding
Complete thread -- Not worth the effort. They don't understand anything. Give 'em a pacifier
Complete thread -- rambling, nonsense post.
Complete thread -- sick poster, sick people don't know they are sick, it is always others right
Complete thread -- Oh puhleeze. I'm sorry you cannot understand. And who said something
Complete thread -- you have mental health problems, can tell by your rambling nonsense posts
Complete thread -- Yes, because it is MUCH more acceptable to have a poster who constantly
Complete thread -- It's an anonymous message board. We all "hide", lol.
Complete thread -- Do you want us all to get along...or something?
Complete thread -- There is no sniper. Just someone telling Darlene to stop
Complete thread -- Yes I agree. I think Darlene did
Complete thread -- Not bjcbej
Complete thread -- The identify??
Complete thread -- i agree. "High school drama." We are professionals and should act like it.
Complete thread -- sad to see this kind of abuse hit this board
Complete thread -- when they earn respect, they will get it.
Complete thread -- Can't we all just get along and treat each other with the same respect we
Complete thread -- Calling someone out on an error is one thing - personally attacking them is another.
Complete thread -- Can't we all just get along and treat each other with respect
Complete thread -- Can't we all just get along and treat each other with respect
Complete thread -- Can't we all just get along and treat each other with respect
Complete thread -- oh well, that didn't work
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- Just to clarify, I wasn't trying to protect anybody. Just trying
Complete thread -- what?
Complete thread -- People who post dangerous or incorrect information here are called out on
Complete thread -- I posted the identify of the sniper so that anyone can place that
Complete thread -- That's what I thought. Thanks so much for confirming!
Complete thread -- bjcbej you are the one hiding and sniping and in need of help.
Complete thread -- Darlene I am telling you this out of genuine concern
Complete thread -- Read again. And YOU are the stalker
Complete thread -- Darlene you can stop posting now
Complete thread -- No, I think he corrected to just "A catheter was placed"
Complete thread -- WOW...just when you think you have heard everything. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Fetor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fetor Generally, a foul or
Complete thread -- Do you mean, a nasal catheter?
Complete thread -- tongue without furring or *feed-or*
Complete thread -- I'm not sure what he is saying, but I think he corrected to say "A"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- So sorry! It's there now.
Complete thread -- why on earth would you think he means multiple myeloma??
Complete thread -- you, my dear, are a stalker
Complete thread -- seems the whole thing was not over whether costovertebral angle was legitimate,
Complete thread -- agree - never assume
Complete thread -- old wav is still there
Complete thread -- VR puts Dr. Petri dish for a Dr. Petrus. Giggling on that one.
Complete thread -- Adenoidectomy. Name of catheter. Please see message.
Complete thread -- I think this poster got knocked off the "other" board
Complete thread -- costovertebral is a legitimate anatomic angle
Complete thread -- What is "the artibles"????
Complete thread -- No, that is not safe, you know it might not be right but a blank is
Complete thread -- husband lost life, wife lost husband
Complete thread -- what irritates me is people continuing to post but not about the question asked.
Complete thread -- I don't think that at all. And there were some idiots involved, but one was not you.
Complete thread -- You're correct. I just checked my copy and see it. Too bad I didn't think of
Complete thread -- That's like saying Angelina Jolie is jealous of Lindsey Lohan.
Complete thread -- I think you are talking about yourself and jealous jealous
Complete thread -- To everyone posting that there is a costovertebral angle: Good grief, I was well aware
Complete thread -- it is a bull?
Complete thread -- To clarify...blunting of the costovertebral angle.
Complete thread -- It is also in Stedman's Radiology Words.
Complete thread -- How funny!! Telling someone THEY are not a good MT. YOU are not good
Complete thread -- Ignore Darlene. She is up to her old tricks
Complete thread -- Both???
Complete thread -- Yet something else that irritates me....saying you instead of your!
Complete thread -- I can verify costovertebral angle at MT911...see link
Complete thread -- You are not a good MT. I'm thinking no CLUE where CV angle IS or what x-ray can SEE sm
Complete thread -- Because there is only that ONE citation period, compared to over 15,000
Complete thread -- sooo why not google it; it is there, get in the habit of checking
Complete thread -- No one said there were not both terms, but the question asked is whether
Complete thread -- ? roll on it
Complete thread -- actually, there are both terms, costovertebral & costophrenic
Complete thread -- Your wav is there but what I hear doesn't really make sense
Complete thread -- ohhh don't start you bull, stop it. It was a typo & you know it
Complete thread -- ohhh, so sorry; so sorry for you both.
Complete thread -- COSTOPHRENIC !!
Complete thread -- What is "the artibles"????
Complete thread -- sure, have heard this; kinda common. For next time, google.com your phrase comes right up
Complete thread -- gross - visible to the naked eye. If it was 'non' gross, it would not have been all
Complete thread -- Seems to be a technical problem. Will try later, thanks.
Complete thread -- Uhhhmmmm. That IS PART OF YOUR JOB!!!!! Excuses, excuses, lazy, lazy,
Complete thread -- My take is they mean "gross" what can be seen as opposed to further beneath skin link
Complete thread -- naw, just been at this for decades & wide range of dictators/specialities &
Complete thread -- nothing there...was it removed?
Complete thread -- Ortho note, wav posted.
Complete thread -- Am I the only one this irritates? People posting only in the
Complete thread -- I don't blame you, I've never heard blunting of costovertebral angle on an x-ray.
Complete thread -- The tumor could not be completely excised and residual tumor was left ...
Complete thread -- It sure doesn't take a genius to know the answer to that one.
Complete thread -- Probably for
Complete thread -- absolutely, there can be melanoma deposits to the brain; my husband recently died of stage
Complete thread -- no, I think he means what he said, costovertebral angle
Complete thread -- Sending with blank.
Complete thread -- chest x-ray showed blunting of the right "costovertebral" angle. He means
Complete thread -- If this is my friend, Darlene, you are an MT addict, LOL
Complete thread -- When in doubt, flag it.
Complete thread -- I should know this - nighttime brain fog
Complete thread -- s/l kent = bent it is a rotating (around the op table) Can google.com for a picture
Complete thread -- I guess it's more than possible according to google.
Complete thread -- (s/l evi-bed) has been requested
Complete thread -- He said in the assessment "melanoma with metastasis to the brain" Is that
Complete thread -- Can there be "melanoma deposits" in the brain? Doc originally said multiple myeloma
Complete thread -- The C-arm was then *kent* 15 degrees and AP of the hip was then taken ...
Complete thread -- It was "lateral dome of the talus"
Complete thread -- I think it's something talus. Any ideas? lateral ___(s/l) dilna talus.
Complete thread -- Right ankle: There is no acute fracture the lateral s/l dilnatalis (not malleolus)
Complete thread -- I put it in my abbreviations in case I get it again.
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- i'd have NEVER got that one
Complete thread -- I found it.
Complete thread -- Orthopedic surgeon that s/l "Dr. Jim (sometimes s/l Drew) Makaris (McHarris)
Complete thread -- ? preputial - not sure which is correct preputial or prepucial
Complete thread -- I'm betting its "prepuce" but can't figure how to spell it like "prepucital" -sm
Complete thread -- sm - s/l prepubital area
Complete thread -- I already sent out with a blank after Duragesic ______ a day. Thanks.
Complete thread -- yep, you're right. i didn't pay attention to the 'a day' part.
Complete thread -- Duragesic comes in 25, 50, and 75. I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- ? if correcting from chemistry to chem-20 and the one is actually chem.
Complete thread -- Doses
Complete thread -- Agreed, thanks :)
Complete thread -- I would transcribe as dictated.
Complete thread -- Duragesic "25 35" (sounds like he is correcting 25 to 35). I only find Duragesic-25
Complete thread -- My pleasure. It's a learning process every day on this job ;)
Complete thread -- Style question: Doc had trouble finding appendix, dictates "I pushed out the cecum
Complete thread -- Chemistry "120"? Sounds clear.
Complete thread -- Thanks for searching, I tried a lot of things, but no hits!
Complete thread -- found "myokymic discharges" on Google. New to me, I'm making a note!
Complete thread -- Neurology - .wav sent - same doc/different patient
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Ah, never mind, it just came to me...subcentimeter
Complete thread -- CT showed....adjacent fatty inflammation and *sub-sin-tilliary* lymph nodes. Please
Complete thread -- secretion
Complete thread -- Neurology consult - brain MRI - .wav sent
Complete thread -- Unless he mean blue port of the catheter maybe?
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I knew I was close, but sounded like 3 words...thanks :)
Complete thread -- limited standing and walking tolerances, serving as a barrier
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying 67 and you hear 57. ?? just a thought
Complete thread -- saw palmetto
Complete thread -- Just cannot remember - vitamin s/l saw-paw metal? Any ideas?
Complete thread -- s/l something like..."and this certainly is a barrier..."
Complete thread -- No luck. Going to flag.
Complete thread -- It is actually on the low side, meaing that his kidney problems are elevated. Maybe that
Complete thread -- On research it looks like it should be over 60 to be normal?
Complete thread -- if he said it that way, i'd type what he said (verbatim where I work)
Complete thread -- what is your question?
Complete thread -- Oops. Isn't that a normal value. I know I have some docs who say
Complete thread -- Says GFR is elevated at 57.
Complete thread -- Oh, thanks!!!
Complete thread -- Ortho note, wav pasted.
Complete thread -- Thank you! I'll try research in other contexts. : )
Complete thread -- or maybe even a hospital around there
Complete thread -- It's normal
Complete thread -- I may be wrong, but it sounds like a lab database to me
Complete thread -- (s/l twenty) radiation treatments
Complete thread -- Routine blood culture from *blue port* as per my conversation with microbiology....
Complete thread -- erythematous, ezcematous?
Complete thread -- It's C jejuni, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Thanks! That's what I was considering as well. Appreciate your input!
Complete thread -- Both cheeks look slightly s/l asmatous (but that can't be it)
Complete thread -- the closest I can find is Shigella sonnei, but that has too many syllables
Complete thread -- hypospadias???
Complete thread -- Also found DOS.
Complete thread -- I'm finding NIRS and 2DIR (sound anything like those?)
Complete thread -- Pt making 400-500 mL of urine per day and history of *hypo-pee-dee-is.* The...
Complete thread -- Diarrhea. ... inflammatory component. s/l Seejillneye culture.
Complete thread -- We had wanted to obtain a PET scan.
Complete thread -- I also think there is another word but cannot hear it
Complete thread -- i dont hear another than "tests and studies" ?? if there is a ...
Complete thread -- 3. We will be obtaining blood-work today including vitamin B12, folate ...
Complete thread -- thanks will listen for that.
Complete thread -- seem "ok", or maybe conjoin
Complete thread -- radiology word help - sm
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- On the s/l clear call sheet it states that the company is State insured
Complete thread -- SFT = synchronized flow technology
Complete thread -- calf-thigh pumps (SCD System, Flowtron DVT (it is like a sleeve)
Complete thread -- I bet you are right! Thank you!
Complete thread -- a guess -and bleb formation of "apices"(as in lung), a very tiny
Complete thread -- makes more sense. will listen again. thanks for help.
Complete thread -- Maybe SCD (sequential compression devices)?
Complete thread -- DVT prophylaxis with acute care s/l SFT calf pumps. Thanks.
Complete thread -- bleb formation of the *poices"
Complete thread -- They use a "Weck/Goulian" blade
Complete thread -- burns on both hands were excised using combination of a dermabrader and a *veck*blade
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- coccyx cornua infection
Complete thread -- Wav file posted.
Complete thread -- When I get paid a doctor's salary, then I will. Otherwise nope
Complete thread -- Yes you were addressing the OP because you had posted
Complete thread -- I would certainly agree
Complete thread -- That makes good sense. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I would put it under Constitutional or General, and any localized (left/right-sided) sm
Complete thread -- What system would you put "generalized weakness" under in the ROS?
Complete thread -- thanks oasis!
Complete thread -- thanks poi!
Complete thread -- impingement sign and Speed sign
Complete thread -- but still has a positive _____ and at this point...
Complete thread -- meaning the subacromial
Complete thread -- bevel?
Complete thread -- lot of good information ____ space is a source
Complete thread -- putdowns or put-downs when using it as a noun
Complete thread -- s/l "single ball" chisel and "double ball" chisel?
Complete thread -- No, I couldn't hear that, thanks tho.
Complete thread -- You're welcome to come here, it takes "time" to learn how to research, in the meantime,
Complete thread -- s/l fewus or view us optical vision port
Complete thread -- ...history of atrial fibrillation *who underwent* ablation a few years ago.
Complete thread -- The more I listen, the more I think he's just stumbling and wants "a hospital"
Complete thread -- reisolation
Complete thread -- history of atrial fibrillation s/l "normal rate of" ablation
Complete thread -- consider rotor mapping and s/l "re-acti-lation of her veins."
Complete thread -- I believe that is corret...thanks so much!
Complete thread -- She was admitted to "a hot bay" or "a hop pay" hospital
Complete thread -- third line therapy
Complete thread -- s/l theraline therapy?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Yes, I missed the operative clue, CR.
Complete thread -- It's an adjective, so I believe you would. If it was a general
Complete thread -- CR, though is different, its continued release I think... so that makes sense
Complete thread -- Totally. Good job.
Complete thread -- Oh well, I thought he would decrease the dose instead of increase it, but that's
Complete thread -- Can someone look inside and tell me if it makes sense?
Complete thread -- Oh, sorry. I feel like an idiot for asking to begin with. I should have known, or at
Complete thread -- link did not work, maybe this one will
Complete thread -- no, not address you, the OP at all. Addressing the garbage put downs
Complete thread -- You are addressing me (the OP). In case you're not aware, the only 2 posts I made
Complete thread -- ramus intermedius coronary artery sm & link
Complete thread -- Darn, report ended a lot quicker than I expected. Sending blank.
Complete thread -- Somebody needs to Mother Superior some of these. And how does
Complete thread -- He has seen an Eastern/eastern medicine doctor. Wondering if I should cap
Complete thread -- knee arthroscopy, sm
Complete thread -- ohhhh stop the put downs and be a decent human being, help is requested sm
Complete thread -- Well, you basically accused the doctor of being an idiot or at least
Complete thread -- This is ridiculous. Any MT should know basics. Two seconds to pull up
Complete thread -- Sigh...
Complete thread -- I was in error. But you know, had I caught another MT in error, I
Complete thread -- Sigh.. really. They are STILL all part of a CMP.
Complete thread -- Sorry, my bad. On my account those labs would be under electrolytes
Complete thread -- "but what can you do?" You can take 2 seconds and research the subject
Complete thread -- Thanks to all! Probably tachypnea but she's multilating it and it could
Complete thread -- Thanks. I didn't touch it. My docs usually dictate electrolytes, etc., under CMP. I
Complete thread -- Why is it doctor error? Does no one look to see what is on a CMP????
Complete thread -- One more link, all including
Complete thread -- tenosis=tinnitus?
Complete thread -- A chem-20 is a comprehensive metabolic panel that includes bilirubin, calcium
Complete thread -- since you hear the 'dia' maybe tachycardia?
Complete thread -- WebMD also says they are part
Complete thread -- but
Complete thread -- Those ARE part of a comprehensive ... many separate them out as liver
Complete thread -- Rare tachypnea. Denies chest pain, angina, claudication, cyanosis, dizziness...
Complete thread -- Doctor error, but what can you do? Just type what he says since part of
Complete thread -- NP dictating on elderly male seen in the home for routine visit. Is it just me...
Complete thread -- Comprehensive metabolic profile on March 1 is remarkable for "total bilirubin"
Complete thread -- That is a fabulous guess! I will check! Thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- ? ankylosing disease
Complete thread -- I got it. "incision. Upon entering the abdominal cavity, there was noted"
Complete thread -- chronic right foot ulceration and s/l gu loss uh dese, autoimmune disease, etc.
Complete thread -- The patient was opened and examined through a right mid abdomen transverse incision _
Complete thread -- Murocel and Merocel are two different things (drops versus packing).
Complete thread -- Sorry I wasn't clear and I see I had typo on that med. I'm just
Complete thread -- n/m it's APB
Complete thread -- extremity exam
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- Thanks, but see my comment inside my post. : )
Complete thread -- Merocel???
Complete thread -- If you simply looked up Lortab anywhere, it clearly shows it is a combination
Complete thread -- Allergies: *Murrow-saul.* Then goes on to physical exam. Pt is a female
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- Refresh Red?
Complete thread -- circumflex artery s/l intermediqus artery and the left anterior descending artery
Complete thread -- doc is russian
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your help! : )
Complete thread -- doc says on meds: eyedrops s/l fressor A-red 2 drops bilaterally daily
Complete thread -- dumb question... so Lortab is hydrocodone? I did not realize that
Complete thread -- yes, varying stages makes plenty of sense
Complete thread -- proud flesh is a very common term
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? NP dictating, sometimes too close to mic and
Complete thread -- Im sure that must be it. It was pretty clear... thanks. Ill know it for next time.
Complete thread -- late, but just found a diagnostic imaging company Silver Bullet??
Complete thread -- IDK, but bullet is the correct spelling of that word.
Complete thread -- Moved on.. had to leave a blank.
Complete thread -- first is the hydrocodone (5 or 7.5 or 10) second is acetaminophen (350 or 500 normally)
Complete thread -- A diagnostic laparoscopy. D: The uterus was anteverted and a s/l "silver
Complete thread -- nope.. no 50. in any of those pain killer combos.
Complete thread -- doc said lortab 10/50.... I see 10/500 in online searches, but not 10/50
Complete thread -- incorrect
Complete thread -- it's "right-sided chambers and valves"
Complete thread -- consider Magic Mouthwash
Complete thread -- Chemotherapy patient with mouth sores prescribed s/l Miranda mouthwash? Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would spell it out
Complete thread -- ground reaction AFO?
Complete thread -- ground reaction
Complete thread -- and?
Complete thread -- anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS) or anterior inferior iliac spine (AIIS)?
Complete thread -- agree - ASIS
Complete thread -- Patient has drop foot. Dr. ordered s/l "crown reaction AFO".
Complete thread -- ASIS (anterosuperior iliac spine)
Complete thread -- x-rays demonstrate *A.I.S* prominence
Complete thread -- depends on facility - we can't use "&" anymore where I work
Complete thread -- . The right sided atrium ____ valves were with normal limits with normal right
Complete thread -- S&U of the abdomen, S and U of the abdomen, or spell out supine and upright?
Complete thread -- definitive answer would depend on context
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- consider "aortic valve was sclerotic"
Complete thread -- I determined that it was intact
Complete thread -- consider inflamed but not infected
Complete thread -- The ____ was intact at this point
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The aortic valve *and sclera* and opening well.
Complete thread -- patient
Complete thread -- with 2-cm reticular extender
Complete thread -- prosthetic device 18-cm _____ 2-cm _______ extender was then obtained
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- appears to be a leak in the tubing. Despite our attempts, it was not able to function.
Complete thread -- appeared to be a leak in the tubing despite _____ it was not able to function
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- can't get IT, but is is a drain, "M" something. I would look for an old report, "his" sm
Complete thread -- we then proceeded to place _____ in the right lower quadrant
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Yes, just means "fixed in place"
Complete thread -- The patient's had a testicle that was "pexed" in 3 positions.
Complete thread -- effect (outcome)
Complete thread -- turned towards obtaining hemostasis where the area ... murky, greenish colored fluid
Complete thread -- eeded to place *low meck tum* in the right lower quadrant
Complete thread -- a few questions... pls help
Complete thread -- please disregard time stamp
Complete thread -- . The appendix was inflamed but not *deflated*
Complete thread -- Usually I'm okay with affect and effect. This one has me
Complete thread -- Usually I'm okay with affect and effect. This one has me
Complete thread -- agree; "internally preoccupied" etc
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear "internally" preoccupied, etc.
Complete thread -- I think dyskinesia (instead of dyskinetic) works better
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Still appears psychotic, ____ preoccupied and guarded.
Complete thread -- dismissive, angry...
Complete thread -- Remains _____ angry and irritable. Med education done.
Complete thread -- k, thanks!
Complete thread -- To me sounds like he is just stumbling and then saying "the"
Complete thread -- Overall, _____ left ventricular systolic function appears to be somewhat
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- heard of an INT needle?
Complete thread -- Says it pretty clearly. Wonder if it is a "docism." Would transcribe as sub-round or
Complete thread -- . A timeout was taken and then the right ______ anterior orbital area was
Complete thread -- sounds like *22-gauge INT catheter*
Complete thread -- got it ! Thanks for that tip~ Pseudomonas oryzihabitans
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- I'd say renewal makes sense, like a new authorization or orders
Complete thread -- Not sure, but try checking the "bacteria" link above (if you haven't already)
Complete thread -- Labs: His wound cultures grew
Complete thread -- I think that's right, thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l *subround* anterior orbital area
Complete thread -- follow-up visit
Complete thread -- I hear completely displaced
Complete thread -- I think hear a word just before *displaced*. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- displaced
Complete thread -- You don't give enough information to make a decision.
Complete thread -- Ortho note, wav posted.
Complete thread -- She wants s/l renewal of her CPAP. Is renewal right?
Complete thread -- epinuclear settings --sm
Complete thread -- we usually hear I/A device (my docs dictate as I slash A)not sure about urs here though
Complete thread -- post wav file?
Complete thread -- The cataract was then phacoemulsified using *yapi/yapee nuclear* setti ...
Complete thread -- That really sounds good, especially
Complete thread -- Betoptic maybe?
Complete thread -- medication "Batopic"
Complete thread -- that is it, thank you
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- will hear again
Complete thread -- oops..cytoreduction
Complete thread -- cytoreductive?
Complete thread -- All are correct, although "has elevated" would be a little more restrictive.
Complete thread -- JAK5
Complete thread -- she is on HIPEC and s/l subduction for metastatic appendiceal carcinoma.
Complete thread -- We have told the patient that if she agrees, we can either start her o ...
Complete thread -- grammer doubt
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you both. YES.
Complete thread -- wrinkle
Complete thread -- s/l recko's sign...
Complete thread -- frustrated
Complete thread -- ? Wellbutrin
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Wellbutrin?
Complete thread -- subsite
Complete thread -- Nope, it comes in 160 and 320 mg. Any other ideas?
Complete thread -- 1. frustrating? 2. out
Complete thread -- NM, it's probably Valturna if it comes in that dose. I'll check.
Complete thread -- mass on vocal fold without extension to additional s/l subsides. tq.
Complete thread -- med sounds like "belbiturn" 100 mg p.o. daily
Complete thread -- She has also been _________ with breast-feeding which mom is attributi ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that could be; I went ahead and flagged it to be sure; thanks for helping! :)
Complete thread -- wag-SSC for stainless steel crown?
Complete thread -- dental help; see msg. please
Complete thread -- and dairy products from
Complete thread -- phenergan and started drinking almond milk around the same time.
Complete thread -- Besides that she has also started taking ___________ same time. ...
Complete thread -- Mom has recently cut out chocolate and ________ products from her diet ...
Complete thread -- NOTE. those are OTC supplements, NOT prescribed potassium.
Complete thread -- I think you're right, I find good results with that. Thanks
Complete thread -- specifically salpingo-oophoro-lysis
Complete thread -- He is definitely saying "lysis" there, explaining what was done in procedure
Complete thread -- since oophoro is the combining form, I would use oophoro-lysis
Complete thread -- consider "salpingo oophoritis"
Complete thread -- Thanks, will give another listen. I think I am hearing a ---phon at the end though.
Complete thread -- salpingo-oophoritis?
Complete thread -- bilateral s/l "salpingo oophor lysis."
Complete thread -- Wow, that's news to me. Thank you
Complete thread -- zaleplon?
Complete thread -- she is on ramipril, trazodone, and Vesicare in addition to *selefan* p.r.n.
Complete thread -- Potassium Oral Tablet 100 mg
Complete thread -- She's saying potassium 100 mg b.i.d. Know it should be mEq but would they give that
Complete thread -- sterile monocular patch
Complete thread -- _____ monocular patch
Complete thread -- Oops...? was supposed to be a !
Complete thread -- I was just going to ask that?
Complete thread -- Male name is 63% at the name link above. Who knew?
Complete thread -- sorry, I don't know. Does the patient have pins in the pelvis or hips?
Complete thread -- maybe pin (hole) camera ?
Complete thread -- It really just sounds like that so not sure.
Complete thread -- is that clearly stated or just a sounds like? Could it be pelvis?
Complete thread -- X-ray help sm
Complete thread -- beneath a *sterminocular* patch and a shield
Complete thread -- noted to be *subsealing*. Gas air exchange was performed using
Complete thread -- s/l peel AV malformation may be "pineal" sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- developed both a cough
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- It's Paris. I googled first and last name.
Complete thread -- He still has the occasional jaw tightness in humid, hot, or cold weather. Or humid
Complete thread -- Does anyone know how to spell the first name "Paris" for a male? He's pretty old
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- In addition, she had developed ____________ cough , and had some appar ...
Complete thread -- NM flagged
Complete thread -- Differential includes "hemangioblastoma, *peel* arteriovenous malformation
Complete thread -- calf pain?
Complete thread -- sorry this went through twice ...
Complete thread -- neurosurgery
Complete thread -- neurosurgery
Complete thread -- flagging thx though!
Complete thread -- what comes after?
Complete thread -- No, but thank you! ...
Complete thread -- calf tenderness
Complete thread -- His knee arthroscopic surgery has healed. There is no s/l calftune? ...
Complete thread -- physical therapy note: complete bilateral sander, s/l hand helper, s/l and pop tubes
Complete thread -- He did qualify for supplemental oxygen s/l "course for" deliver at home and possible
Complete thread -- Thank you. It did sound clear and VR heard the same.
Complete thread -- Thank you. i need a nap.
Complete thread -- EtOH (alcohol)
Complete thread -- ETOH
Complete thread -- check link
Complete thread -- I know i know this one- I'm really tired.. No *ETH* use during her pregnancy?
Complete thread -- TY. :)
Complete thread -- deleterious
Complete thread -- posted wav if that helps.
Complete thread -- CPAP patient. ... optimal treatment to reduce s/l dili-tarus health risks
Complete thread -- a repeat x-ray showed alignments
Complete thread -- aloinment - ouch. Alignment doesn't come to mind?
Complete thread -- help!
Complete thread -- MasterGraft s/l "logs"?
Complete thread -- I hear you, believe me. I once had to type
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- oh good grief. Accounts have got to get over that no expansion for obtuse
Complete thread -- I can't expand this. How would you spell repol (as in repolarization)?
Complete thread -- maintenance Alimta
Complete thread -- never mind got it.
Complete thread -- Mesothelioma of the lung. We plan to initiate * mankin and talemka*.
Complete thread -- I know, that was just the sound-like. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- I didn't
Complete thread -- nope.
Complete thread -- Thanks. It's tortuosity
Complete thread -- listen for "disease"
Complete thread -- I think I hear no "parch" arteries or major...
Complete thread -- listen for
Complete thread -- No s/l "tharcharzees" or major side branches.
Complete thread -- How about lattice?
Complete thread -- Close. Try Fluoron?
Complete thread -- s/l Fleuron
Complete thread -- retinal defects noted in a patch of *latus*. An inferior flap tear
Complete thread -- I'll listen for those suggestions! Thanks!!
Complete thread -- new onset aphasia?
Complete thread -- echo was suggestive - not suggested
Complete thread -- new onset of confusion?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- new-onset s/l uh cukwee uh
Complete thread -- echo suggestive but not pathognomonic
Complete thread -- not pathognomonic
Complete thread -- there now, thanks
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- I think that's it! thanks!
Complete thread -- Guessing it might be Dr. Roberto Nachajon, MD, Fairfield, NJ,
Complete thread -- Nj somewhere..
Complete thread -- what city and state?
Complete thread -- wav sent- how do you spell this name?? I don't spell in Spanish too well..
Complete thread -- empiric?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Pt with cervical lymphadenopathy.
Complete thread -- The lymph nodes were probed with a s/l "contact alpa baiter" and no purulence was
Complete thread -- A *trep-tic* trial of CPAP was attempted using a ResMed Ultra Mirage face mask.
Complete thread -- Thank you all!
Complete thread -- blockade
Complete thread -- Let me correct myself. RAS = renin-angiotensin system
Complete thread -- double with afterload (1) word
Complete thread -- ? what do you think RAS stands for
Complete thread -- That is what I was thinking, but a second opinion helps. Tx!
Complete thread -- consider benztropine for the first one
Complete thread -- again consistent - not consisted
Complete thread -- agree with afterload
Complete thread -- no commas needed
Complete thread -- ? after load
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I am hearing after- "lobe" reduction, and I don't think this makes sense?
Complete thread -- s/l angelo-peptides TIA!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- guess, s/l cholcamine may be ?? Colchicine (Brand Colcrys) sm
Complete thread -- neural foraminal
Complete thread -- consider curie for 2nd blank (no commas needed around "today")
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know!
Complete thread -- ? CBGD (Cortical Basal Ganglionic Degeneration )
Complete thread -- Thanks, but it turned out to be CIDP (chronic inflammatory demyelinati ...
Complete thread -- ? PIGD (postural instability and gait disorder)
Complete thread -- wav posted. (sm) _____ normal in both eyes. _____ had HRT
Complete thread -- Neurology
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It says question (not correction) question of polio or burst injury.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- burst makes way more sense.
Complete thread -- i hear...
Complete thread -- ?cicatricial
Complete thread -- about polio or ? versus ? injury
Complete thread -- extremity, correction of _____ injury and multiple C-spine surgeries
Complete thread -- ? albumin
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thick *ictriphial* skin
Complete thread -- later in note, medications were "readjusted"
Complete thread -- i think the first is 0.9 normal saline
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now. Will flag.
Complete thread -- 2nd is "we adjusted" his accent makes it sound like re adjusted
Complete thread -- Sorry, I didn't see there was a .wav file. My bad :-)
Complete thread -- You need to give is a hint of what your blanks sound like. See msg
Complete thread -- second blank is "also readjust her medication for blood pressure."
Complete thread -- Pt seen in GI clinic with liver cirrhosis, CAD, among others. Please
Complete thread -- hydration with _____ normal saline and also _____ some medication for
Complete thread -- Please help me with my mumbling grumbler, LOL ! Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Lioresal?
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- ? Uloric - used to treat gout/kidney stones
Complete thread -- med s/l leorus 40 mg
Complete thread -- Can be documented in these archives and in most references, i.e., Stedman's.
Complete thread -- regular basis _____ the patient is compliant with medications and _____ efficac
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l polinus
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- stenosis at the origin of the
Complete thread -- Check archives, discussed many times
Complete thread -- carotid stenosis and _______ of the petrous bone.
Complete thread -- cannot document: Is it "neural foraminal" or "neuroforaminal" stenosis?
Complete thread -- Comma question.
Complete thread -- I normally leave whatever they say in if it makes sense. That does.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Don't answer the question then if you think that way.
Complete thread -- should it be typed as *with a 0 direct*
Complete thread -- Thanks. It doesn't sound like that though, and there's no mention of bladder problems
Complete thread -- his direct bilirubin is 0.
Complete thread -- Sanctura? (for bladder problems)
Complete thread -- There is something called Chocamine which is used to lower blood pressure and for other
Complete thread -- Tp has icterus of the face with a total bilirubin on this admission
Complete thread -- medication s/l santora
Complete thread -- advil and "cholcamine"
Complete thread -- But the dictator has to actually know what he wants to say and how he wants
Complete thread -- Like any other voice recognition software, as long as it is trained
Complete thread -- does anyone know how well dragon really works for doctors?
Complete thread -- google (and this site) has made some people incredibly lazy
Complete thread -- dictated as Following post bronchodilator- should i just take out following?
Complete thread -- look up tung and look up tongue..use a dictionary - onelook.com has several.
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&noj=1&q=tung+of+skin&oq=tung+of+sk ...
Complete thread -- I know you did not look up either word....why?
Complete thread -- A *tongue/tung* of skin was incised and elevated subfascially so that ...
Complete thread -- Lescol for the second one maybe?
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- got it anyway- RESPIRA education program- thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- can you pls send again the wav?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Wav sent..
Complete thread -- easy to identy the plane.
Complete thread -- sounds like planes to me..
Complete thread -- minimal edema of the gallbladder; therefore, it was easy to identify the _____
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- were old when they died.
Complete thread -- family history: the patient's parents _____ + wav
Complete thread -- cut it out
Complete thread -- I thought that too, but it sure sounds funny. Thanks.
Complete thread -- acetaminophen?
Complete thread -- Zolpidem, ____________, aspirin, hyoscyamine, and epoprostenol
Complete thread -- and to that end
Complete thread -- I think protein-creatinine ration is "protein to creatinine ratio"
Complete thread -- Awesome thanks!
Complete thread -- VDRL
Complete thread -- s/l vidioryle???
Complete thread -- thank u very much. ...
Complete thread -- I saw this: "Grade 3 pT1 disease" (not saying it is correct, but see link)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yes, that is the correction.
Complete thread -- This is a 47-year-old man with a history of *PT1D* squamous cell cance ...
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- i am hearing DID also, will just flag. thanks
Complete thread -- sports trauma
Complete thread -- Her past surgical history is significant only for knee surgery in 2005 ...
Complete thread -- good to know! thanks!
Complete thread -- DID?
Complete thread -- ? Valium - didn't check dosage. My docs usually use Versed and fentanyl.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Please help with wav1
Complete thread -- the blanks are 1) and 2) the ....but I'm not sure how to fix the sentence.
Complete thread -- diazepam is used at that dose for colonoscopies
Complete thread -- The first sentinel lymph node *bone* scan measured 2286. ...
Complete thread -- grammar help
Complete thread -- lay
Complete thread -- He lay there for about one minute and had pain in the left knee
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- blocade
Complete thread -- s/l DIE-zum (anesthesia prior to colonoscopy)
Complete thread -- is that the end of the sentence? wondering if he is saying where the RAS is located
Complete thread -- maybe means s/l physio-lot is "physiological" ? sm
Complete thread -- He is also on Aldactone for RAS _________. ...
Complete thread -- s/l *physio-lot* please sm
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- acoustic neuroma
Complete thread -- Need assistance with term
Complete thread -- Need help with word
Complete thread -- Need help with word
Complete thread -- Don't think so but thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- by the way, its CA 15-3 (space after CA) and CA-125 (with a hyphen).
Complete thread -- by the way, its CA 15-3 (space after CA) and CA-125 (with a hyphen).
Complete thread -- CBC normal??
Complete thread -- cc normal. sm
Complete thread -- LOL, yea, that's what I meant. geez....
Complete thread -- I think it is his take of - and in that event, but same difference really.
Complete thread -- I've never heard that. I've heard and on that note (like a musical note)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot for your guys' feedback!
Complete thread -- Moooooo!
Complete thread -- I have a doc who says "and to that event" lots of times.
Complete thread -- Warp speed ahead, Scotty!
Complete thread -- I would say "and to that note" but if that's what he says, I'd type it verbatim.
Complete thread -- “and to that event...." Is this saying correct?
Complete thread -- Thank you. I was stuck on hearing "audition".
Complete thread -- Thanks for all your input!
Complete thread -- and the decision was taken to... ...
Complete thread -- Mp3 posted. (Sorry it is so short, had to cut out info.)
Complete thread -- sorry, had to laugh at half-calf!!
Complete thread -- brush "eversion"? (s/l oversion)
Complete thread -- I do not see anything 'wrong' with that way. It is clear and precise.
Complete thread -- My opinion: It is clear as is. I would transcribe as dictated.
Complete thread -- Sorry... when dr. dictates "waking up at 3 or 4 in the morning" what is the proper way to
Complete thread -- when dr. dictates, " Waking
Complete thread -- RE: Two posts down.
Complete thread -- Yes, I posted a WAV. I will post again. I am unable to listen to my own posted
Complete thread -- nevermind... see half-caff on google
Complete thread -- half-calf coffee or half-caff coffee??
Complete thread -- or chronic pain?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- did you post a wav?
Complete thread -- cramping or something like that? I can't hear the wav
Complete thread -- This is the best sound-alike I can come up with. Sorry. Knee surgery.
Complete thread -- hmmm....I'll make a note to listen for that next time. Thanks for the suggestion!
Complete thread -- in a perfect world, yes
Complete thread -- good point -- I like to learn something new everyday :)
Complete thread -- the second blank sm
Complete thread -- Thanks to all helpers below! With your help, was able to hear IJ tunneled catheter. : )
Complete thread -- right-sided internal (jugular) catheter?
Complete thread -- This makes more sense
Complete thread -- I was just about to record it and w/o headphones it did sound more like "ventral". Will
Complete thread -- try for right IJ internal catheter (internal jugular)
Complete thread -- IJ central ?
Complete thread -- (maybe) in a central
Complete thread -- Pt being dialyzed with a right *hidge eternal* catheter. (long i sound for hidge)
Complete thread -- Carpal tunnel release: Motor branch was in "ah dentral", transligamentous course.
Complete thread -- If *effect* is used, that would translate to no pranks in workplace
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- blanching?
Complete thread -- I hear large ventral *kim*...I think he was trying to get the attention
Complete thread -- large ventral - sounds almost like he is changing what he is trying to say -
Complete thread -- unfamiliar phrase -- in foot surgery, Esmarch applied, then ankle cuff sm....
Complete thread -- the inferior portion of his abdominal ____. The dorsal wound is minimally
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- I just searched and found an old report where he mentioned
Complete thread -- inion
Complete thread -- Brain tumor - see message
Complete thread -- Doc talks sooooo fast. Does this make sense? Thanks!
Complete thread -- changed my mind
Complete thread -- Are you sure, maybe it is PSYCHOMOTOR?
Complete thread -- Thank you! This was new to me, so I researched on Google. I'm finding it as...
Complete thread -- a bit of clarification on "Ion" is actually the "product", may be meaning sm
Complete thread -- Sorry. context in message
Complete thread -- exact sentence and content
Complete thread -- how about *by 1 (instead of won) by 1 something...? ...
Complete thread -- ION
Complete thread -- Is Locomotor an acceptable heading under ROS?
Complete thread -- ?He received and tolerated intravenous Lasix, oxygen and respiratory treatments
Complete thread -- some enlargement of his hands and feet with foot size changing by *won drain* at a
Complete thread -- We tried using the Omni Flush and *eye-on* catheters along with a variety of wires.
Complete thread -- . He received _____ intravenously ____ oxygen respiratory treatments.
Complete thread -- wow, some people get sorta nasty... its safer to just say thank you a ...
Complete thread -- Here are some links for medications for throat cancer. You can do your leg work
Complete thread -- ok, thank you very much
Complete thread -- I think "dictator particular term" "catch "as able to delineate the sections/segments sm
Complete thread -- Then you did not pay attention, because that is NOT what it said.
Complete thread -- Blanking. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I hear seasonique
Complete thread -- It is in Websters as exceedance
Complete thread -- She does have a past medical history of migraines and takes Excedrin and _____.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I did that same google and must admit I paid mostly attention to
Complete thread -- This statement is under the heading Operative Findings. Thanks.
Complete thread -- It does mean in excess of, and I would go with what is dictated, as it is correct, and
Complete thread -- No, thanks for trying
Complete thread -- He required p.o. pain medication in *exceedance* of that prescribed. I can't
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree with effect
Complete thread -- ? cath
Complete thread -- We were able to s/l "catch" all the zones in the heart, the
Complete thread -- so there are two blanks?
Complete thread -- there is always a full sentence/surrounding words
Complete thread -- Google Seasonique. its also used for migraines. ...
Complete thread -- consider fenugreek
Complete thread -- a few things to correct...
Complete thread -- Excedrin and *setoneek*
Complete thread -- doxylamine (Unisom)?? Not as many syllables as your s/l, but
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- long shot, but maybe *refill* med *which* could have been of great.... ??
Complete thread -- okay, to clarify sm
Complete thread -- Lasix, potassium, enalapril, *doxozolamin*, Systane, Xalatan eye drops and vitamin C.
Complete thread -- extrapyramidal symptoms?
Complete thread -- also refused to get *people* medication could have been of great benefit
Complete thread -- extrapyramidol symptoms, EPS. ...
Complete thread -- There was evidence of *old E P S*.
Complete thread -- Her grooming was fair ____. Attitude
Complete thread -- Nope. Not in the least
Complete thread -- Maybe if we ALL pass this poster by, he/she will learn how to
Complete thread -- So he only said the following
Complete thread -- thanks, all!
Complete thread -- sorry, i gave all i got... sm
Complete thread -- Not really sure what the difference is. I'd go with what is dictated.
Complete thread -- There is Hurricane, a topical anesthesia. It would really help if you
Complete thread -- Stick with what he said...I hear it all the time.
Complete thread -- throat cancer chemo
Complete thread -- for rule out ...sm
Complete thread -- WAG periosteal elevator?
Complete thread -- Glad it helped
Complete thread -- MT, thanks! The"th" sound at beginning plus your word helped me find TheraSphere!
Complete thread -- bone was fashioned into a triangular wedge with a 3-mm s/l* faith paper into a fine a
Complete thread -- guessing ~ Ribasphere
Complete thread -- PT with hepatocellular carcinoma sm
Complete thread -- altogether
Complete thread -- thanks, just found it too. I knew I knew it!
Complete thread -- got it, thanks
Complete thread -- hyoscyamine
Complete thread -- med list and not sure what it is for. I know that I know this too. s/l hysocosamine.
Complete thread -- type effect affect into search box above (archives) for examples
Complete thread -- affect.
Complete thread -- effect (sm)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Affect or effect? No pranks in the workplace as this could affect patient care.
Complete thread -- ECS?
Complete thread -- Discussed with *athiest* about respite common discharge planning.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll listen for those!
Complete thread -- youngish?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- well-nourished? malnourished?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Any ideas on this 20-year-old patient? THANKS!
Complete thread -- arcuate scotoma
Complete thread -- s/l artheroskatoma
Complete thread -- Rib fractures can cause or exacerbate a pneumothorax through splintering
Complete thread -- as per manufacturer's instructions (chk spelling, fast fingers)
Complete thread -- does the sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- fomented (raise, stir, incite...)
Complete thread -- ESL - help me pick a word. Drawing a blank.
Complete thread -- ? internal
Complete thread -- as per _____ instructions and the patient
Complete thread -- was then applied ________ and the patient was returned
Complete thread -- s/l inter luth adhesions
Complete thread -- I second it!!
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Cleocin
Complete thread -- help with medication, wav posted
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you!
Complete thread -- back pressure from the bladder
Complete thread -- I hear quote some back pressure from....
Complete thread -- Wav file posted
Complete thread -- a lot
Complete thread -- thanks MT50
Complete thread -- Serum Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme (says range is 8-57)
Complete thread -- woke up with no vision
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- help pls, s/l serum ACE was 20. archives show serum assay but does not s/l that.tq
Complete thread -- ? Isordil
Complete thread -- You could or if you have a listing for Vascular
Complete thread -- where to put dialysis access, nonfunctioning in phy exam, extremities?
Complete thread -- tq
Complete thread -- and trapezius strength?
Complete thread -- Unless there was something that comes after the date, I wouldn't use a comma.
Complete thread -- You'd get fired real quick where I work. An MT (or someone pretending
Complete thread -- IMAGING STUDES:
Complete thread -- PROCEDURES: 1. Chest x-ray 02/12/2012. comma after x-ray?
Complete thread -- Sternocleidomastoid and s/l trees strength 5/5 bilaterally.
Complete thread -- med s/l lysol 5 mg as needed once a day, plsm
Complete thread -- coronal balanitis maybe?
Complete thread -- word help, please sm
Complete thread -- got it. nulliparous !
Complete thread -- Meant Pap.. typo.
Complete thread -- Positive PAP test...S/L Noeper?
Complete thread -- I believe this is what is "meant" - epinephrine-soaked Telfa pads
Complete thread -- sorry, scratch that! was thinking of venostasis (need coffee)
Complete thread -- veinosis is all I can think it might be
Complete thread -- going with hyphen and capped T.
Complete thread -- epi telfa. Epi telfa was used for hemostasis. thanks. Epi-telfa?
Complete thread -- going with 0.045 K-wire
Complete thread -- Doc dicates "four five K wire was used for further procedure." Knee surgery.
Complete thread -- I hear ya. I think they just have to make up stuff at times, to keep the rabble in line.
Complete thread -- now that is funny :)
Complete thread -- I agree TYVM.
Complete thread -- Sounds to me like QA was either lying, or they need a new printer!
Complete thread -- in October (?)
Complete thread -- comma? lol. didn't you get the memo, we don't need no stinkin' commas.
Complete thread -- no, but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- wow, totally inaudible
Complete thread -- MP3 posted pls sm.
Complete thread -- There is a post inflammatory s/l "valinosis" noted on the extremities.
Complete thread -- varus angulation???
Complete thread -- I'm glad you said that because I was starting to think the same.
Complete thread -- Proximal right femur with s/l varus ankolation. Patient does ha ...
Complete thread -- considering that there is no "lateral antecubital cutaneous" --sm
Complete thread -- there was a question her a while back about something, can't exactly remember
Complete thread -- He's saying "excuse me" indicating a change in dictation but not sure what to delete
Complete thread -- gabapentin?
Complete thread -- my 20-something niece just posted a rather important message on FB and there were NO
Complete thread -- medication s/l gampinium...
Complete thread -- awesome :)
Complete thread -- If that statement is true, then I have to say the education there IS
Complete thread -- I never said their education was a joke, but I will most emphatically state that
Complete thread -- Lordy be, an education at MTEC is not a joke.
Complete thread -- What does that even have to do with anything. If the OP does not have specific
Complete thread -- Pretty sure that was a comma rule at MTEC!
Complete thread -- "when in doubt, leave it out" has NEVER been a comma rule, lol.
Complete thread -- O'Connor-O'Sullivan
Complete thread -- not at that dose.
Complete thread -- omeprazole?
Complete thread -- self-retaining s/l "ponro-selzin" retractor
Complete thread -- lansoprazole is available in 15 mg... might check the other PPIs and see
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- help patient spells drug in chart as "ANIPRAZOLE 15 mg"
Complete thread -- actually, you can get by with no commas. when in doubt, leave it out. ...
Complete thread -- I think we are safe that he didn't say that...that's why the OP is asking.
Complete thread -- ;-) ...
Complete thread -- fetal origin posterior cerebral artery is in google... makes sense ...
Complete thread -- Good grief, I just googled and fetal is correct. Lol.
Complete thread -- The MRA of the brain showed a s/l "fetal/feudal" originof the posterior cerebral
Complete thread -- No.. golly geeze. IF he used an IMPROPER term (Wait and breathe)... Holy
Complete thread -- Where did the OP go to? I guess we're more interested in the answer!
Complete thread -- Thanks all 3. I originally had it that way but then wasn't real sure.
Complete thread -- no, was thinking that if you know the proper term, sometimes you can hear it on relisten
Complete thread -- So, he says "watch and wait" and you change it to "watchful waiting"?
Complete thread -- It most certainly would be if he uses an improper term and you can fix it. Some
Complete thread -- Me3
Complete thread -- Really doesn't matter what is "proper" if the doc didn't say it!
Complete thread -- Me2
Complete thread -- proper term would be watchful waiting IMO only other thing than what billybob suggested
Complete thread -- I'd do it the first way
Complete thread -- Where would you put the comma?
Complete thread -- watch and wait, watch and see?
Complete thread -- watch and pray, perhaps? See message for other editing comments.
Complete thread -- (sm).... they are happy with a watch s/l and breathe.
Complete thread -- 15-1/4-year-old.
Complete thread -- Exactly!!
Complete thread -- how do you type 15 and a quarter y/o? SM please
Complete thread -- THAT is why it is 40, 2!!!
Complete thread -- What's the diff???
Complete thread -- Oh puhleeeze
Complete thread -- I agree w/ above. We are not to use two numbers together like that. I'd transcribe as 40
Complete thread -- That's absurd. If it is not wrong, why would you disagree with her limitations.
Complete thread -- I just disagree, I didn't say it was wrong
Complete thread -- rut roh - no shouting
Complete thread -- Sorry, I'm probably too late with that suggestion, since you posted an hour ago.
Complete thread -- unsightly?
Complete thread -- s/l s**cal positive??
Complete thread -- the answer incited the other posters to riot and tar and feather the person
Complete thread -- in situ areas?
Complete thread -- consider "paradoxical septal motion"
Complete thread -- it's mild diastolic DYSfunction
Complete thread -- no. that's not correct
Complete thread -- incited
Complete thread -- questioning this word in the sentence
Complete thread -- There are areas that appear to have either completely organized thrombi, or ruptured
Complete thread -- There are areas that appear to have either completely organized thrombi, or ruptured
Complete thread -- Ok, I think he probably means "folding" like buckling. I am going with that! Thx all!
Complete thread -- Okay I found Bioness is correct. Any idea on the volding? op :)
Complete thread -- Please disregard the word orthostasis - an autocorrect error and I didn't fix it yet
Complete thread -- S/L Bioness machine and s/l "do not see him -volding- like he used to"
Complete thread -- yes, just like a broken bone when it mends, they talk about it remodeling.
Complete thread -- Thanks so so so so much!
Complete thread -- thanks !
Complete thread -- CABG is correct, septal motion. CABG is coronary artery bypass graft. ...
Complete thread -- sorry, that at the end should be SVG , not SVT SVG to OM
Complete thread -- SVG saphenous vein graft to the OM obtuse marginal SVT to OM graft
Complete thread -- There is total opacification of the left maxillary sinus sm
Complete thread -- does this make sense?
Complete thread -- never mind, found it in archives
Complete thread -- occlusion of the s-v-g2-o-m. Ejection fraction was noted to be 45%.
Complete thread -- says in indication list: s/l Sarcopenia of the elderly.
Complete thread -- I think I just heard short-term steroids, monitoring blood sugar (esl). Thanks.
Complete thread -- Usually that is the insurance carrier's criteria. I couldn't find AIS?
Complete thread -- The patient is a good candidate for laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy as she meets s/l
Complete thread -- I think that's got to be it, thanks to all.
Complete thread -- Guess CR?
Complete thread -- Evaluation of a “Triple Rule-Out” Coronary CT Angiography Protocol ...
Complete thread -- short-term s/l "seer" and monitoring blood sugar. Pulmonary consult.
Complete thread -- I don't know why. It is a perfect solution and a legitimate solution.
Complete thread -- a guess --triple rule-out” coronary CTA protocol
Complete thread -- There is a triple rule-out protocol?
Complete thread -- frac or frack? Industry posting
Complete thread -- s/l a crow men may be ...marginal artery "of colon" sm
Complete thread -- Not that, thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- TTT, as in tilt table testing?
Complete thread -- I have already corrected "an" Echelon...Thank you.
Complete thread -- Pt. admitted under s/l Tri-T protocol to rule out acute coronary syndrome.
Complete thread -- a crow men
Complete thread -- the j in jet IS soft (?)
Complete thread -- ACK ro men? a CROW men?
Complete thread -- Then you are wrong. It IS 40, 2 puffs.
Complete thread -- we were actually able to visualize with a marginal artery *acro-men*,
Complete thread -- There is a Neivert dissector?
Complete thread -- No, the j is a soft J or soft G, na gatte, unsure how to spell it. Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- HydroJet?
Complete thread -- disagree
Complete thread -- I finally heard "the rest will be standard," then says "under abdomen put blah blah" and
Complete thread -- diagnostic laparoscopy: The s/l Najat ??? was used
Complete thread -- Got it, ball pit! Thanks
Complete thread -- But the account specifics just show normals for H and P and this is a consult. Grrrr.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- What??? Indeed.com is a JOB SEARCH SITE.
Complete thread -- That is exactly how I do it, too.
Complete thread -- Thanks. was going with fair but then the thought of bare...
Complete thread -- I bet that is it.
Complete thread -- Hmm, found out he has some "normals" for his H and P's. It might be possible he's
Complete thread -- fair grip
Complete thread -- wav file. I have 2 rhyming words that I am debating back and forth on.
Complete thread -- Well-developed, well-nourished white female in no acute distress. ___ standard.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Ouch, rush me to the burn unit.
Complete thread -- And you need some brushing up on manners.
Complete thread -- No, just a comma will do. 40, 2 puffs daily.
Complete thread -- Ty, everyone, for your suggestions. I will go with fracturer and make note--I think. :)~
Complete thread -- I would not think indeed dot com would be a reliable source. You can find ANYTHING on the
Complete thread -- fracker is slang for fracturer
Complete thread -- QVAR 40 two puffs daily
Complete thread -- Why do you have to use all numerals, why not Qvar 40 two puffs...?
Complete thread -- dictated Qvar 40 2 puffs daily- should i put in a mcg so i can use all numerals?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I'd still stick with fracKing
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- probably. did you check what those things are , lesser tuberosity and a bicpital
Complete thread -- it's not letting me post a link, but
Complete thread -- a comma
Complete thread -- hydraulic fracturing / fracking ... I really cannot find a proper term for one who does
Complete thread -- MRI shows diffuse increased uptake around shoulder lesser tuberosity bicipital groove
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Where did you find 'fracing'? When I Google that, it suggests fracking. Would love to
Complete thread -- Check out oil jobs for fracing online. I would think it would be
Complete thread -- I don't think you have any choice but to type it (if clear). You've obviously made an
Complete thread -- what is the whole sentence, words before and after s/l?
Complete thread -- Pt is a gas well s/l fractorer (doc spells) for Halliburton. I cannot verify how to
Complete thread -- Could be. He was talking way too fast to tell so flagged. Thank you though!
Complete thread -- "cloned"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes and that it fit here
Complete thread -- WAG ~ and erosive bony changes?
Complete thread -- s/l conned for the C282Y and H63D common mutations for hemochromatosis TIA!
Complete thread -- does not make sense
Complete thread -- no omg required
Complete thread -- context please
Complete thread -- no period after findings. findings, at which point the anterior aspect...
Complete thread -- seriously?
Complete thread -- was that your question?
Complete thread -- Sure sounds like neurosa. Help please!
Complete thread -- "familial"....sigh
Complete thread -- on bronchoscopy, really fast ESL (Indian), in Findings, s/l - normal... sm
Complete thread -- 1) s/l bray tell peeling; 2) bony s/l narrowance resector bone cutting
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- From my limited research, "clearer" and "more clear" are both grammatically correct. I'd
Complete thread -- each eye *clearer* when his eyelids
Complete thread -- hollowness
Complete thread -- EEG - s/l affixitate attenuation
Complete thread -- She was concerned about _____ under her eyelid
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- actually finding comitant esotropia as well.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- concomitant
Complete thread -- Thanks, I got the program uninstalled. Maybe I'll try that system restore.
Complete thread -- fairly *comitent* 12 prism diopter esotropia
Complete thread -- NM, flagged as patient has history of hypertension.
Complete thread -- puffiness?
Complete thread -- Thank you! I have heard of this, but had a memory lapse.
Complete thread -- ? Culturelle - I think this is an OTC med, probiotic.
Complete thread -- *cul-ch-ur-ol* was added for antibiotic-induced diarrhea
Complete thread -- yes, that might work. Thanks so much!!!!!! Gonna relisten now.
Complete thread -- ? syllabic
Complete thread -- ? what was dictated. Continuous BP monitoring *158/pulse*.
Complete thread -- communication disorder exam.... s/l slavic stress on words..sm for more
Complete thread -- She was concerned about *pollinus* under her eyelid
Complete thread -- med s/l hypertropin spray b.i.d.
Complete thread -- Maybe mispronouncing Levemir?
Complete thread -- Her **levameed ** has been decreased to 10 units due to morning hypoglycemia.
Complete thread -- yes, it does sm
Complete thread -- I hear "he utilized" Vasotec etc
Complete thread -- That is what I was thinking but says it funny.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- That must be it (he's ESL). Thanks.
Complete thread -- Think he is pronouncing dutasteride with the accents in the wrong place
Complete thread -- mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- poor air
Complete thread -- it turned to be acetaminophen!
Complete thread -- pseudoephedrine
Complete thread -- s/l core air movement bilaterally. tq
Complete thread -- med list: hydrocodone with s/l pseudoamenaphine. Lost today!
Complete thread -- Maybe "hydrolyzed" s/l "hido-hid-lyzed" Its like he starts over and he is using a short
Complete thread -- Both commas are needed...you had it right!
Complete thread -- Possibly diltiazem
Complete thread -- poorly worded sentence but "flapping" is correct. SM
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Her current medications include levothyroxine, *dilantizime* losartan
Complete thread -- tq
Complete thread -- Only need one comma in sentence placed after date
Complete thread -- stat report, He had portable chest x-ray, 02/13/2012, which was normal.sm
Complete thread -- Whew. Thank you VERY MUCH.
Complete thread -- which does not show typical changes and *lack of flapping* in the ammonia
Complete thread -- Librium, amino acids, protein, ________, Vasotec, Lopressor, Proventil, Atrovent
Complete thread -- Does strip make sense here?
Complete thread -- last one... again left to right present
Complete thread -- subfalcine and transtentorial herniation
Complete thread -- subfalcine
Complete thread -- catastrophic CVA - see msg. ESL
Complete thread -- Nevermind, found it. BOS shows 4 + 4
Complete thread -- adenocarcinoma with Gleason pattern of 4+4 (is that right?) for
Complete thread -- infarct in cerebral motor s/l struh TIA!
Complete thread -- merci beaucoup!
Complete thread -- Acinetobacter lwoffii
Complete thread -- s/l L wolfee
Complete thread -- ranitidine?
Complete thread -- oppps why did I post here .. sorry. Thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- hmmm wonder if saying 2 meds together really fast... Pentasa which is mesalamine, and
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'd do a system restore to back it up a day or two.
Complete thread -- drug s/l "patamine" for IBS
Complete thread -- period.
Complete thread -- I know this sentence is a mess, but would you put a period or question mark?
Complete thread -- Santo Domingo?
Complete thread -- patient traveled this summer to s/l Sanja Lamingo? any ideas?
Complete thread -- It said my download speed ws 9.65 Mbps and upload 3.74 Mbps but I don't
Complete thread -- started on nebulized budesonide twice a day (check that spelling though)
Complete thread -- What are you supposed to click on, "start now" or "begin test"?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I went to my control panel and uninstalled Uniblue.
Complete thread -- Pinna!!!
Complete thread -- It's nebulized something. a name of a med- just can't catch it..
Complete thread -- external auditory canals normal, s/lpetent is normal without gross abny.tx
Complete thread -- I already did. Now there's an icon on my desktop (Uniblue SpeedUpMyPC).
Complete thread -- nebulizer ? ? something can't catch it though. maybe dose?
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- Here is the site to test speed that our cable company uses. It is definitely free, does
Complete thread -- Do NOT use the "FREE SCAN". Just test your speed. Go that next step
Complete thread -- pleasantly something. demented?
Complete thread -- As of 05/10/2011 he was _____ sitting up in bed, nonverbal per his usual baseline, sm
Complete thread -- can you let me know when you get your answer so I can post a WAV.
Complete thread -- it does not take long to get lots of "issues" even on a new PC, but sm
Complete thread -- I tried that speed up PC link and it's saying I have 2965 "issues" including a bunch
Complete thread -- Ahhh, I get it now. My bad. Thanks for being such a sweetie and pointing
Complete thread -- but concerns of bleeding?? sorry if that not help.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- just "saying"
Complete thread -- Lol, I think he's just showing "the patient with"
Complete thread -- She has an allergy to Augmentin which causes ________ and bleeding. ...
Complete thread -- thank a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks but it s/l hesitation or agitation
Complete thread -- consolidation?
Complete thread -- nidus?
Complete thread -- nidus
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray showed s/l "hesitation" with fibrosis of the right lobe, left lobe.
Complete thread -- I since spent some detailed time?
Complete thread -- The dissection was carried down into the clot cavity dissecting around ...
Complete thread -- It might be "days" but what is "inco"?
Complete thread -- Recent history of multiple "tays inco" CT scan and V/Q scan were done.
Complete thread -- She knows about BAGS, she said so in her message, she was wondering if
Complete thread -- Yes, some call them "banana bags", some call them "rally packs".
Complete thread -- primary care people at ASU. I did hormonal studies...
Complete thread -- can you repost
Complete thread -- flagged to be certain.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. I forgot to come back and say thanks earlier.
Complete thread -- this will vary throughout the day, so check it several times
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Continuing the redundancy. Chest x-ray shows right-sided increase in lung markings
Complete thread -- Alcohol intoxication. Plan: We will hydrate him overnight. We will replace his
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Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I was just going to say, "That is one messed up paragraph!"
Complete thread -- need some punctuation! moving out here, having to quit her program, AND
Complete thread -- an occult
Complete thread -- In summary, this is a 35-year-old woman with oral iron refractory iron ...
Complete thread -- I guess they think THEY get paid by the word also. Ha ha ..
Complete thread -- She has an allergy to Augmentin which causes ________ and bleeding. ...
Complete thread -- Shortness of breath and cough for the last few days, getting worse over the last few
Complete thread -- You're great! Thank you.
Complete thread -- The entire report was like this.
Complete thread -- Why can they not communicate a simple fact as the patient had a fall???
Complete thread -- CHADS2 score 1
Complete thread -- I'm not sure, maybe we should ask the doctor. lol
Complete thread -- think he had a fall?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Soriatane....25 mg (see if that fits the patient's conditions)
Complete thread -- s/l "chuff chorus one"
Complete thread -- ___________ is taking currently ________ mg one every other day. ...
Complete thread -- than expected?
Complete thread -- It is not clear if he may have uncontrolled hypertension at other times _____
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll try it before I shut down tonight.
Complete thread -- check out this link to check your internet speed.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- need a comma after Aquacel, daily checks, and
Complete thread -- Would not use "q. day" doing Aquacel daily checks, and will be reevaluated in
Complete thread -- He will continue doing Aquacel q. day checks ________ in 2 weeks time ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- He has recently been undergoing daily _____ s/l alcasol wound packing. ...
Complete thread -- gurney
Complete thread -- Thanks all
Complete thread -- He is at 45 degrees in a ________ bed. ...
Complete thread -- I wonder if it would help if I upgraded to Windows 8 (I have 7). I do get messages asking
Complete thread -- leg pump?
Complete thread -- leg pumps see links
Complete thread -- wonder if it is leg pumps (i.e. serial compession stocking devices?, or manually pumping
Complete thread -- will place the patient on s/l "ink" pumps.
Complete thread -- Haven't noticed anything else being slow. Just checked my antivirus and it does say 15
Complete thread -- I had lots of problems that started suddenly and, on the advice of a friend, I switched
Complete thread -- I haven't tried that (it's Comcast). After I google, that "green level" usually takes
Complete thread -- is it only google, or other things slow also? virus?
Complete thread -- Yes, that was it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Mine's fine. Have you checked with your provider?
Complete thread -- Anyone know why I'm having so much trouble with Google responding? It's getting
Complete thread -- And it could be that they are on a bridge from one to the other, so they are on both
Complete thread -- hi, nope! Definitely "retro" something. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I don't know because we don't have a med list, but strictly going by the info
Complete thread -- Wow, he started smoking at 5 (55 years old and has been a smoker for the last 50
Complete thread -- I would not assume both Lovenox and Coumadin
Complete thread -- I think the doctor misplaced his syntax. He means the low PT/INR at 1.6 on Lovenox/Coumad
Complete thread -- I agree with PT/INR, but I think Coumadin at 1.6 and not is.
Complete thread -- on Lovenox and Coumadin, I would say that should be a low INR or PT/INR.
Complete thread -- s/l tetney
Complete thread -- they usually say dorsalis pedis and posterior tibialis...?? does it s ...
Complete thread -- retro tibialis?
Complete thread -- prominence?
Complete thread -- sm pls
Complete thread -- also 3 in Medilexicon for CMV (ventilation)
Complete thread -- this one also has something different...
Complete thread -- Medscape also has "control mode ventilation" CMV
Complete thread -- Ventilator Mode Glossary of Terms
Complete thread -- Emedicine has Continuous mandatory ventilation (CMV)
Complete thread -- Thanks. Re generics, on my account all meds have to be capped.
Complete thread -- art line = arterial line. You normally would not cap any generics, and all those
Complete thread -- Sorry, it's actually a wav file. Thanks for any help.
Complete thread -- Mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- CMV=controlled mechanical ventilation (came up last week too)
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- seriously?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- stabilized?
Complete thread -- It certainly reads clear, in my opinion. No comma is needed.
Complete thread -- Eccentric can certainly be pronounced that way, in my opinion.
Complete thread -- patient is chronically ill and is _____ at this point with
Complete thread -- tibialis posterior
Complete thread -- Well, the consonant was actually "c." It was "contour." Thanks.
Complete thread -- eccentric?
Complete thread -- No not it. It sounds just like I-stow or I-still. Will flag.
Complete thread -- That is totally it, but in the generic form! ezetimibe! Thanks MT50! You rock!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wav posted.Botox injection. ..soleus 40 units, 2 sites, 20 units each, ______30 units
Complete thread -- Does first sentence read clear? Not sure if comma is needed...
Complete thread -- reconstructing the tarsal s/l "pat tore" (not sure of consonant beginning s/l)
Complete thread -- #2 Isordil 2 tablet daily?
Complete thread -- #15 Zetia 10 mg daily?
Complete thread -- Drug help pretty please! There are three - Please see msg!
Complete thread -- dealing? feeling?
Complete thread -- feeling it? (homicidal ideation)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- homicidal toward anybody but is clearly *filling* with suicidal ideation that is
Complete thread -- Thanks, guys! I'm really confused on this one so will flag. IMO, could be either one.
Complete thread -- followup with exerpt from Vera Pyle.
Complete thread -- Sinus tract in the Medical dictionary - by the ...
Complete thread -- You know, I had tried hearing that over and over and couldn't but now I think maybe
Complete thread -- IMV or SIMV
Complete thread -- A sinus the size of a pin hole
Complete thread -- I would say tracks (as in direction) as opposed to tracts (as in canal)
Complete thread -- Great, that's what I thought MT50 but wanted to be sure.
Complete thread -- PT with urinary retention sm
Complete thread -- Guessing ~ incision?
Complete thread -- "A suja" continued posteriorly
Complete thread -- absence seizures (sounds like absonce) they are petit mal
Complete thread -- what is a pinhole sinus?
Complete thread -- sleep clinic eval - hx of sleepiness vs s/l "epson" seizure
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway, have to move on, flagging it.
Complete thread -- The brain was slightly abnormal-appearing, especially in the s/l "verca riban"
Complete thread -- pO2 or 85% saturation on 50% *C M V* of 14 and has been increased to 60%.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- carnitine?
Complete thread -- carnitene
Complete thread -- 4 month old with macrocephaly and glutaric aciduria. sm
Complete thread -- then it is really ___ an issue to
Complete thread -- decisions are made and ______ proceed with the placement and we will follow as needed
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I am going to flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- He says it a 2nd time and it sounds like PAA.
Complete thread -- thanks - no
Complete thread -- Should be there now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- no MP3 file there
Complete thread -- skilled nursing?
Complete thread -- extravasation
Complete thread -- At this point, it seems that the gentleman’s family is looking for ______ facility wi
Complete thread -- MP3 file. I think I am hearing it all correctly. Questioning - after we get this
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Pt w/ s/l extravation to right hand with chemotherapy and that is why
Complete thread -- might be breath sounds at the very bases (if that makes sense) that clears with cough.
Complete thread -- breath sounds bilateral bases that clears with cough.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- reconsider: mediated and mediad sound alike
Complete thread -- breath sounds bilaterally. _____ Heart: ____ S1, S2, no rubs, gallops, or murmurs
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- dyspnea score on the Borg scale.
Complete thread -- dyspnea .. Borg
Complete thread -- Yes, comma should be there.
Complete thread -- were no gross focal deficits seen. Pain: 0 out of 10. DS 30% and ____ score is 0 o
Complete thread -- never would have gotten that
Complete thread -- arcus senilis bilaterally
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I kept trying to spell it with "chem" .
Complete thread -- to light and accommodation. _____ bilaterally. Oropharynx is clear.
Complete thread -- Would say Campath (since it is used for CLL)
Complete thread -- why on earth would the stents be attached to the fibroids???? Understanding
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Dermatophytosis, left axilla. Should there be a comma in there or not?
Complete thread -- Patient with leukemia - "campath" or "chempath" ? -sm
Complete thread -- Hayes-Martin maneuver
Complete thread -- Thyroidectomy. The nerve was gently, tediously dissected using the *Hays Martin*
Complete thread -- really hacking neck?? Does it say in the PE what muscles are tight?
Complete thread -- what is the underlying etiology of her considerable *nice* muscle tightness.
Complete thread -- thanks so much. Brainfreeze day for me.
Complete thread -- miscue
Complete thread -- help with english word please. "misque?"
Complete thread -- Wait, by my reasoning as inside my post above, you'd not need
Complete thread -- I'd add a comma after note. Or you could tweak it just a bit....
Complete thread -- I got the same on google but does not s/l, that, tx.
Complete thread -- I typed "immune complex" in google and one of the suggestions
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- biopsy showed s/l immune complex s/l mediad glomerulonephritis.
Complete thread -- shoot, don't know why FDA site does not leave what was searched sm
Complete thread -- there is sirolimus and also (as mentioned) tacrolimus, both used for organ antirejection
Complete thread -- hmm, don't find, sound like injection, since said then "oral dose" sm
Complete thread -- Punctuation - last part of sentence
Complete thread -- metoprolol 555 - is it 5/5/5, or 5, 5, 5 ???
Complete thread -- ? tacrolimus
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Complete thread -- clear as a bell
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Complete thread -- She reports that there has been a lot of family stress
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Complete thread -- no, hehe, prob not
Complete thread -- Clearly says prednisolone, then prednisone. Any way to know which it should be
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Complete thread -- I doubt it. I have 2 who also say "contractures" instead of contractions.
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Complete thread -- it's not him, it's your ear
Complete thread -- PO4 stands for phosphorus
Complete thread -- It couldn't be any clearer.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the guess (great guess) but I can't hear it. I can send with a blank.
Complete thread -- pump? second hit here, see link.
Complete thread -- ? is saying free T4. Value would fall into normal range.
Complete thread -- FOLFOX or FOLFIRI as he did not want to be connected to a s/l palp or pop
Complete thread -- s/l "p o 4" 1.9.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm thinking he knows it's contractions and just doesn't realize he's saying
Complete thread -- it's misspelled 1% of the time on PubMed, obvious mistake.
Complete thread -- I initially thought that but I've been doing his cardiology consults for about 6 months
Complete thread -- not also correct. some hear it differently.
Complete thread -- maybe it's just the way you're hearing it
Complete thread -- it's not the "of" before the expression.
Complete thread -- highly disagree. checking definitions of the 2 in Dorland's. No way they
Complete thread -- contractures is also correct. some say it differently. ...
Complete thread -- This cardiologist consistently says premature ventricular "contractures." Means
Complete thread -- Actually she may have been, but is too rude to thank anyone
Complete thread -- obviously you don't care.
Complete thread -- I hear it now.
Complete thread -- lol, the op hasn't been back since posting so I don't really care
Complete thread -- Could it just be.. previous C. diff, arteritis?
Complete thread -- enteritis
Complete thread -- Any time! :)
Complete thread -- previous Clostridium difficile "ateritis"
Complete thread -- that's it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- via the strings. but the bottom line is they removed the stents as there
Complete thread -- How about Epogen?
Complete thread -- I think he may be saying Schmidt disease and the Ve is just a stutter.
Complete thread -- I know but he already says "of" before three so that had me confused. I guess it's just
Complete thread -- three days' duration
Complete thread -- removed the stents with the attached stents? huh?
Complete thread -- chief complaint of nausea, abdominal pains, and vomiting of there days' duration. Or
Complete thread -- drug help, Russian accent
Complete thread -- ve-schmetz syndrome
Complete thread -- Deflated the Foley bulb and removed them (THE STENTS) for cryin'
Complete thread -- but, you wouldn't deflate a fibroid. ...
Complete thread -- LOL...no, I don't think so...
Complete thread -- "them" might be referring to the fibroids
Complete thread -- laparotomy?
Complete thread -- Foley bulb (though the rest of sentence makes no sense)
Complete thread -- (s/l bla-blotomy). Help please!
Complete thread -- Stent Removal Question (operative report).
Complete thread -- Yes, it's very new. I have an account that uses it all the time, but this was a bad esl
Complete thread -- Thanx ...
Complete thread -- lumbovertebral process?
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Complete thread -- http://www.thegreatdictator.com/cgi-bin/wordlist/wordlist.cgi?key=ellik
Complete thread -- Ellik
Complete thread -- I once posted a question about "eleek/eleak" and got an answer, but cannot find it in
Complete thread -- Think he might be saying ALL (acute lymphoblastic leukemia)
Complete thread -- phase OF phonation, closed/open, IOW, whether the vocal cords were open or
Complete thread -- questionable history of s/l " A O lah" (eh oh lah) per ER records.
Complete thread -- s/l phasophonation, but I can not document it anywhere.
Complete thread -- Looks like it is similar to Plavix, fairly new drug.
Complete thread -- sure it does. stem cells that are destined to become blood lines. These blood lines conta
Complete thread -- Only thing I could think of was Yankauer suction.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- procedure help; see msg. please
Complete thread -- It was ticagrelor. Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks--I can hear blood lines now though, so I'm not guessing.
Complete thread -- Might help if we had some context. Do you know what it is for?
Complete thread -- s/l decalgular 90 mg b.i.d.
Complete thread -- blood lines just doesn't seem right to me. i'd more go with blood cou ...
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Complete thread -- I dunno, but never EVER trust a doctor's spelling unless he's spelling ...
Complete thread -- Thanks--good guess but it's not that.
Complete thread -- Now I can clearly hear it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Not guessing but trying to hear if I can make anything out over his phone ringing.
Complete thread -- I don't think you ought to guess. I'd just flag it.
Complete thread -- counts?
Complete thread -- hmm, all I can think of is "blood lines"(as he is naming off some)
Complete thread -- What word can be missing here?
Complete thread -- It does sound more like that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- infected
Complete thread -- provider spelled zyithomizide
Complete thread -- infected versus infective. I've looked at definitions but still not sure. I think
Complete thread -- just a hint, non-words are not not hyphenated. nondisplaced, nondistr ...
Complete thread -- Yes, it is a cancer regimen for lymphoma.
Complete thread -- s/l CEPP
Complete thread -- I think he's just saying "on" physical exam
Complete thread -- I hear non-distressed too
Complete thread -- Could not be obtained due to inability being nonverbal ___s/l ervon.
Complete thread -- I had done an MRI which has indicated a non-displaced s/l non-distress ...
Complete thread -- check out definition for "rote"
Complete thread -- s/l wrote responses ??
Complete thread -- LOL! Don't you just hate that?
Complete thread -- Yes, I just was going to post that I found it. Good grief, what is my problem? Thanks.
Complete thread -- How how about the brand name, Vancocin?
Complete thread -- med s/l vankocin 500 mg and not saying vancomycin
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It should be "no hypotonic solution." The clue is TIA/stroke.
Complete thread -- slight left shift. The white count is 39...
Complete thread -- His way of saying he doesn't know how much is in the large tube. I
Complete thread -- I can't hear it very well at all, even with my volume full blast. Can you adjust?
Complete thread -- tobramycin?
Complete thread -- He did have a slight left shift _____ a white count is 39 and there was the sm
Complete thread -- med s/l "duboticin"
Complete thread -- Finacea Gel, "#large," three refills. What does # large mean? Is that right?
Complete thread -- I don't think so
Complete thread -- yes...transcribed verbatim...and commas helped very much! :-)
Complete thread -- that was her question, she needed to number them. that will help her with the punctuation
Complete thread -- giddyup!
Complete thread -- need some commas
Complete thread -- NM, stat and sending in now.
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- Normal saline IV fluids (no *hypertonic* solution). Can't be sure if hypo or hyper.
Complete thread -- percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty. Placement of drug-eluting stent.
Complete thread -- Need help numbering cardiac procedures please.
Complete thread -- I haven't checked archives, but will relisten and see if there really is a D in there.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I agree with you, just not clear enough. Sending on.
Complete thread -- ESI is epidural steroid injection which could fit your context, but
Complete thread -- It's probably an epidural steroid injection but I've never heard it as
Complete thread -- They usually do an arteriovenous fistula for hemodialysis
Complete thread -- Neurosurgical note. Sounds like *EDSI* or *EDFI*. sm
Complete thread -- dialysis s/l arterio-veno-strom TIA!
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Complete thread -- I was googling around for more info on ports and central line placement
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Complete thread -- I can hear it now. Thanks again!
Complete thread -- release
Complete thread -- mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- fiberglass splint on it.
Complete thread -- Help with wav file please.
Complete thread -- Subutex ? this is a narcotic pain medication - typed *tex* in
Complete thread -- Can you hear Zassi instead?
Complete thread -- SR: the pneumoperitoneum was lassoed to skate through the ports.
Complete thread -- GI --- s/l zotty tube
Complete thread -- It was Advil.
Complete thread -- s/l Advair 200 mg 1 to 2 times daily. I know Advair Diskus is a combo drug and would
Complete thread -- cryo(precipitate) via the Cell Saver
Complete thread -- found it! Nabothian
Complete thread -- another wav...
Complete thread -- I dunno. I ended up with 3 other blanks in this report, so it is going to Q. thanks!
Complete thread -- to see if we could find the s/l "replace" easily on the aorta.
Complete thread -- 3 units of "cryo"Cell Saver was used
Complete thread -- unilateral?
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- drug for sciatic/back pain S/L "Symbitex"
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Complete thread -- Actually, our heading is Allergies/Sensitivities, so I believe I will cap it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- We're supposed to capitalize allergies. Not sure what to do here.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I've always considered masked (or probably more correct - mask) facies singular
Complete thread -- lol!
Complete thread -- I think it would be best to go with what was dictated on this one because facies is both
Complete thread -- She has masked facies that "is/are" very mild.
Complete thread -- MT50 you have all the answers from early a.m. to the end of my shift. TY!
Complete thread -- cystic hygroma
Complete thread -- s/l cysto-ki-groma TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I can't get the link to work! But I'll take your word for it. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- hmmm, wonder if that mix up with the 12 cm2 that OP changed to 12 mmHG was
Complete thread -- hope you see post re: severe aortic enlargement
Complete thread -- if you read the full context of what I posted, I do realize it was added but what
Complete thread -- severe aortic enlargement is not correct...
Complete thread -- yes I have --sm
Complete thread -- wish you had posted this way earlier. we have no way of knowing what --sm
Complete thread -- Oh I have but at the end of the day, I have lost my patience!
Complete thread -- mm Hertz
Complete thread -- I agree with you. This sounds like an echocardiogram. I type EXACTLY what she said.
Complete thread -- Thanks - that link's re: insertion of PEG tube. Have you seen the term in colonoscopy?
Complete thread -- yea, she's definitely flying LOL ...
Complete thread -- yes, it was 75 mL per hour, SMA-7, ...... repeat UA.... rule out DVT ...
Complete thread -- don't feel bad... it happens to the best of us. sometimes we make it harder than it is
Complete thread -- The first one is probably normal saline 75 mL (cc is not an approved a ...
Complete thread -- ROFLOL! you haven't listend to many NPs then. :-) however
Complete thread -- OMG he is saying according to the established protocol. <feeling sheepish> Thanks
Complete thread -- AS would likely be aortic stenosis or sclerosis, AVA = aortic valve area
Complete thread -- shine light from outside and see it on inside through endoscope at ileoceal valve area -sm
Complete thread -- Link inside.
Complete thread -- this info is an echo reading not an EKG, first PG could be peak gradient --
Complete thread -- do you think he is saying mmhz?
Complete thread -- He didn't say it was changed. If you don't know what "added" means, I don't
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I finally got it. She must mean pressure gradient. sm
Complete thread -- Oh now that I did not find. Will relisten and see if I can get that out of what he is sm
Complete thread -- decreased (s/l light reflex)
Complete thread -- also found article comparing that one to -sm
Complete thread -- Yes I found that one. But could not find anything like the s/l. I think he may sm
Complete thread -- I agree. Good point.
Complete thread -- Please see message. Abbreviations are not allowed. SM
Complete thread -- good point re Hz, Hg
Complete thread -- I found BCCH protocol -sm
Complete thread -- post dural puncture IMHO post can stand on its own and in this context is -sm
Complete thread -- An 11-year-old with diabetic ketoacidosis. Therapy was begun according to the sm
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- postdural puncture headache?
Complete thread -- puncture?
Complete thread -- Epidural steroid injection, mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- did they say "mm H-z"? If so, wonder if said mmHg BUT --sm
Complete thread -- Too many abbreviations! During and EKG, what is PG? It is measured in mm Hertz.
Complete thread -- there is Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania
Complete thread -- Hard time with this. (ESL) s/l Elizabeth *Townsen or Thompson* College (?Maryland)
Complete thread -- can you slow her down at all and then repost the file?
Complete thread -- doc interchanged brand and generic but doc is talking about 2 different --sm
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- Would they have a patient on Mestinon brand and generic BOTH?
Complete thread -- altered mental status probably secondary
Complete thread -- that was it!! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I believe I have figured it ...very fast "ventriculography" thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- ventriculography
Complete thread -- I agree and am not arguing either
Complete thread -- she is saying "Butrans, which is buprenorphine"
Complete thread -- Okay, though....on thinking about it, yep, I'll likely go with BMP...
Complete thread -- medcations
Complete thread -- Yes, I know! Thanks for your input! I do have to go with what I feel
Complete thread -- Oops, meant glossed over
Complete thread -- I think the Vasotec dose is just too glossed and needs flagging.
Complete thread -- or you may have heard what you thin kyou heard but what you think you heard is not
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- what were the procedures performed?
Complete thread -- Oh, I can't hear that and meant to say. I know P and B sound very alike...but
Complete thread -- buprenorphine patch in there but can't quite get what precedes it (unless brand name?)
Complete thread -- BMP (basic metabolic panel) very similar to CMP
Complete thread -- 1st blank is TTS-2
Complete thread -- Recent *PMP* and CBC while in hospital remarkable for mild anemia...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- meds
Complete thread -- so you are saying "regular" is round? I would think just not lobulated or with
Complete thread -- heart cath....ESL doc (Indian), dictating: A 6-French pigtail catheter was sm...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- group looks correct to me... sm for cryoablation system
Complete thread -- cryoablation of the prostate
Complete thread -- agree "regular" is possible term but context here shows "in its greatest dimension" -sm
Complete thread -- There is support for regular. See message and link
Complete thread -- to me 2nd blank s/l saying "essential" but with a long E beginning, no idea on blank 1
Complete thread -- have not ______ Secondary diagnoses include ____ hypertension, seizure, atrial
Complete thread -- behind? maybe that is where they saw the erythema at the external sphincter?
Complete thread -- Thanks, I figured such.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- If only.... no the "l" sound is definitely there. I guess I will have to flag.
Complete thread -- minimal erythema, beyond the external sphincter?
Complete thread -- it is often really hard to hear the "soft" begining of words like that
Complete thread -- it is irregular because saying "in its greatest dimension" indicating it is irregular
Complete thread -- Cystoscopy note. Does this make sense? Thanks for looking.
Complete thread -- I've heard "irregular" mass but would they say "regular" ? Can't hear "ir." Excisio
Complete thread -- thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Depuy CAM-LOC device
Complete thread -- Back surgery.
Complete thread -- and differential with segments (segmented neutrophils) 75%
Complete thread -- platelets and H&H normal limits. ____ segments 75%.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree - "some weakness left arm"
Complete thread -- ?some weakness
Complete thread -- Thanks sm - now I hear the 13.3....
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- That one I understood the first time ;-). Thanks again!
Complete thread -- Oh!!!!!!!!!! You're right! Thank you SOO much!
Complete thread -- with dropout in signal
Complete thread -- lol..I meant to say "sorry my suggestion WASN'T clear.
Complete thread -- and thank you!
Complete thread -- I think he is saying drop out "in" signal intensity, not "and" signal intensity.
Complete thread -- abnormal SNP microarray 15q13.3 microduplication
Complete thread -- , and radiating on the left arm _____ left arm and numbness
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- maybe? (see message)
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Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- seems verifiable
Complete thread -- SNP microarray 15q??
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Complete thread -- s/l snip microaway 15Q septune .3 microduplication??
Complete thread -- always nice to see docs who care about how their reports look - haha! Thanks.
Complete thread -- Tirosint ??
Complete thread -- med s/l kerasin
Complete thread -- It's not just you - it makes no sense as written.
Complete thread -- Just curious to see if anyone can make sense of this. s.m.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all! (I really like this link, quick and easy!)
Complete thread -- Isn't it though?
Complete thread -- Brain MRI: susceptibility changes ?
Complete thread -- unbelievable
Complete thread -- Look up context. It means surrounding
Complete thread -- So he said this is blah blah dictating, said the equipment name and
Complete thread -- TGIF! Isn't it very scary when people have no clue what context is???
Complete thread -- we ask for the word before because the sounds can blend SM
Complete thread -- wow, short report!
Complete thread -- There isn't anything else, just a brand name. I sent it on. TY
Complete thread -- what is the word before your s/l?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- I believe it's a brand name. He just says s/l "Camber" PEEK cages (diskectomy)
Complete thread -- Need complete sentence and/or context before and after, thanks!
Complete thread -- semielliptical?
Complete thread -- PEEK cage - sounds like "Camber" Google turns up nothing TY NM
Complete thread -- Two *converging semi-lo-pickle* incisions were fashioned directly over the second toe
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thought of that as well since not finding allergy med with s/l
Complete thread -- intermittently?
Complete thread -- The patient is still psychotic, *intimately* preoccupied and guarded
Complete thread -- This is a BIG guess, but wonder if he/she is reading from the chart and
Complete thread -- Coping skills reinforced. *C C R S* is negative. No Suicidality noted. AIMS score
Complete thread -- drug for young woman with seasonal allergies, anxiety
Complete thread -- Detrol LA is usually prescribed for the overactivity, frequency, etc. ...
Complete thread -- old?
Complete thread -- heard it... HOME records.
Complete thread -- hmmm, I'm thinking it might be 'own' records
Complete thread -- esl. Her sugar levels seem to be coming low. On looking at her s/l womb records, sm
Complete thread -- I think it is mispronunciation of Humulin, given the 70/30 - but if really unsure, flag.
Complete thread -- That may be it, though he really enunciates the "y" in there. Thanks for the input!
Complete thread -- flagging
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Complete thread -- schuss?
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Complete thread -- distal femur and *ba tail*performed sharply with a saw
Complete thread -- human?
Complete thread -- with third pin obliquely. *sous* was then used to
Complete thread -- s/l yu-min 70/30 insulin...not Humulin TIA
Complete thread -- separately through a separate ____ of the mesh
Complete thread -- ell out, puff up, etc., as by the action of wind: flags billowing in the breeze. :10. :09
Complete thread -- s/l..straw-la LA...sm
Complete thread -- ser device separately to ________ the mesh and pulled
Complete thread -- s/l billowing of the mesh
Complete thread -- LabCorp is really good
Complete thread -- and one more
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Complete thread -- Has anyone notice "normal labs" link above no longer valid? Does anyone
Complete thread -- listen for medial OR lateral malleolus (2 different things)
Complete thread -- That very well could be it. Listening again
Complete thread -- More context please, what is the sentence before?
Complete thread -- high ankle??
Complete thread -- s/l I ankle....
Complete thread -- What is (I ankle) tenderness? Is it your s/l? no lateral ankle tenderness? I don't quite
Complete thread -- No (I ankle) tenderness. No tenderness over the mediolateral malleolus.
Complete thread -- not seem to have any numbness or tingling around ** the SI with medium liguria**today
Complete thread -- No problem. I searched whirl also and found nothing.
Complete thread -- Sorry, searched all my paperwork and lists and cannot find it, but I know I have this
Complete thread -- This is ringing a bell, want to say Whirl, but I have to research it first
Complete thread -- Wolf. Thanks
Complete thread -- No, almost sounds like wurl
Complete thread -- 21-French ureterocystoscope?
Complete thread -- No, but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- not sure, I'll have to flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- flexible?
Complete thread -- 21-French s/l will cystoscope.
Complete thread -- guessing here ~ cemented one?
Complete thread -- She has a history of infected knee arthroplasty that was
Complete thread -- Me neither. Thanks....ending on
Complete thread -- No, never heard of this, sorry.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much to both of you!
Complete thread -- is there such a thing as a ventricle (not ventral) hernia? TIA!
Complete thread -- ....and "acute steatohepatitis" as well.
Complete thread -- and acute steatohepatitis as well
Complete thread -- Help with posted mp3 file....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- gotten any
Complete thread -- No
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Complete thread -- I vote for no.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Should chief complaint be capped?
Complete thread -- doctor said oxycon as pain management med...no such thing. Would it be oxycontin?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I could hear it several ways, but finally settled on my first choice,
Complete thread -- below an area with a stricture.
Complete thread -- TB ??? gold assay? Can't hear QuantiFERON.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Lab check for TB __________ and will decide further ...
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- good to know! thanks!
Complete thread -- new info for me, thank you very much!
Complete thread -- Cholestech LDX System measures a complete lipid profile plus glucose a ...
Complete thread -- there has been some variability on the....(s/l he said cholestpack. no idea what that is)
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- I guess that does makes a little more sense. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Patient HAS a state guardian?
Complete thread -- s/l "Patient is a state guardian" Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- repair of aortic coarctation, dilatorhelppls sm
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- At the end of the discussion, the patient ended up doing that.
Complete thread -- I talked him about different options. I favored just addking Avastin t ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- probably implanted ...
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- can do either/or. they only specify that you can use a - in place of to in ranges
Complete thread -- Can I get some help with the correct way to type this sentence per the BOS please? sm
Complete thread -- in explanation, it is often recommended that serial x-rays are taken
Complete thread -- radiographic
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- 3-year 7-month-old girl example from BOS2 page 17
Complete thread -- I know this has been addressed before, but I cannot find an answer...
Complete thread -- Thanks billybob, will flag after "edema"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- lower, mild edema and ???
Complete thread -- what is your ??? that is exactly what he says.
Complete thread -- MP3 help pls sm.
Complete thread -- Her only exposure may be secondary to asbestos in the old building. ...
Complete thread -- yes. Exogenous and heterogenous are kind of similar.
Complete thread -- I was able to import the sound file and slow it down. It s/l "corpoose", probably corpus.
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- No, it really s/l intermediate. I found a definition that might work here
Complete thread -- agree with blank
Complete thread -- intermediate activity - definition of intermediate activity in the Medical ...
Complete thread -- they can say instrumental...
Complete thread -- All siblings have elevated triglycerides.
Complete thread -- Typo inside: all her daily and intermediate
Complete thread -- She was able to do all her activities of daily and s/l intermediate living.
Complete thread -- corpus luteal phase defect ?
Complete thread -- She had ________ defect, placed on Clomid. ...
Complete thread -- All siglings have ___________. ...
Complete thread -- Oh, okay
Complete thread -- Guess it's a good thing you blanked it! :o)
Complete thread -- agree that the paresthesia is going from the buttocks into the perineal area.
Complete thread -- It doesn't s/l X at all, almost s/l "ass." Giving him a blank. Thank you both
Complete thread -- maybe X not s? MDM™X3®
Complete thread -- my vote is here :) my clue was plural paresthesia
Complete thread -- listen real close, is he saying "5-French sheath" which is a c ...
Complete thread -- not sure what the "S" is but MDM is their product. Maybe a 36 ...
Complete thread -- Stryker s/l "36 S MDM" acetabular shell,
Complete thread -- left common femoral artery was punctured and *pie-pern* sheath was put in place
Complete thread -- ha! guess I'd better blank it. Thanks, all!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I listened again, and he does says ALB, but I think he just misspoke
Complete thread -- I agreed below, but I've changed my mind. I agree with perineal.
Complete thread -- any chance you can hear AFB?
Complete thread -- respectfully disagree with peroneal, I favor perineal
Complete thread -- physician is giving bronchoscopy results. "ALB?" stain is negative.
Complete thread -- I saw that. I was just hoping to point in the direction of the correct spelling of the
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- I think peroneal paresthesias make more sense.
Complete thread -- is it "perineal" or "peroneal"?
Complete thread -- Don't think that's it, but thanks for the suggestion
Complete thread -- metal?
Complete thread -- :( I wish :( LOL! I wonder if he rewound to correct and it did not line up correctly
Complete thread -- doc just stated oddly, "a focus of infection" is likely what you usually hear
Complete thread -- what is an infected focus?
Complete thread -- an implanted pacemaker
Complete thread -- not saying cardiac or permanent... sounds like padded or hepato pacemaker
Complete thread -- ? permanent ?
Complete thread -- padded doesn't sound right. maybe cardiac pacemaker? ...
Complete thread -- s/l padded ???
Complete thread -- Benchmark explains it pretty well - sm
Complete thread -- Read my first post above. :)
Complete thread -- I found a Jamie Debouno, NP, in Atco, NJ.
Complete thread -- you know, LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks, that also crossed my mind. Probably so.
Complete thread -- maybe he thinks she is a PA and is saying "a PA, pain specialist&# ...
Complete thread -- Jamie Ann DeBoundo (spelling), s/l "APA" pain specialist. This is in New Jersey. I
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- barium would fit
Complete thread -- s/l very-in (sm)
Complete thread -- top-most or topmost screws
Complete thread -- N-telopeptide, a biochemical marker of bone metabolism and the most sensitive and specifi
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Cobb (curette) Cobbs
Complete thread -- N-telopeptide
Complete thread -- googling for heterogenous mass = About 39,600 results versus heterogeneous
Complete thread -- was thoroughly debrided with *cobbs* No CSF leak was noted at any time
Complete thread -- labs, pat with Osteoporosis
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- het·er·o·ge·ne·ous (htr--jn-s, -jnys) KEY ADJECTIVE:also het·er·og·e·nous
Complete thread -- heterogeneous
Complete thread -- with the context you have, I would use heterogeneous
Complete thread -- No, do not read something from a grammar site, use a MEDICAL dictionary.
Complete thread -- Very odd then. My Dorland's has NO definition per se for heterogenous.
Complete thread -- you need to check your dictionary source and then decide, not what is posted here.
Complete thread -- no. read the post: "here you go"
Complete thread -- they are different words. not a big deal.
Complete thread -- So either is acceptable then from the feedback.
Complete thread -- My Dorland's has a different definition for each word.
Complete thread -- either way, its spelled right. heterogeneous OR heterogenous. not a big deal.
Complete thread -- you copied it incorrectly - go back and look
Complete thread -- exogenous External versus endo internal
Complete thread -- craniad /cra·ni·ad/ (kra´ne-ad) in a cranial direction; toward the anterior (in animals) o
Complete thread -- peg? (shoe with removable pegs)
Complete thread -- and craniad to the
Complete thread -- sounds like 'crania' ? cranial to the tuberosity?
Complete thread -- I found Peak shoe - brand name. Maybe not what you're looking for though.
Complete thread -- There is fluid along the lateral aspect of the greater trochanter on t ...
Complete thread -- i got it from the free dictionary.com, didn't guess at it, so let them know they are wrong
Complete thread -- Dorland's has heterogenous 1. heterogenic. 2. heterogeneous.
Complete thread -- he has diabetic foot ulcer: He was using his "Pake" shoe to offload the wound.
Complete thread -- there is a difference - opposite of endogenous
Complete thread -- heterogeneous is "primary" spelling. No "difference" in meaning.
Complete thread -- BOS-2 page 242
Complete thread -- :o
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will go with it. I know there are some rules on it somewhere. Just cannot find
Complete thread -- that is way incorrect
Complete thread -- ty.
Complete thread -- here you go
Complete thread -- heterogeneous - not arising within the body, a variant of heterogenous
Complete thread -- looks fine to me
Complete thread -- How do I understand to use heterogenous or heterogeneous?
Complete thread -- Never expressed that way but if you look up gallbladder not contracting enough, you will
Complete thread -- context here.
Complete thread -- anyone hear of an "under contracted gallbladder"?
Complete thread -- sounds like 112 here too.
Complete thread -- Are the #1 and #2 done correctly here? I never remember this.
Complete thread -- Sorry, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I thought 102, sort of hear the 112.
Complete thread -- 112 (?) but let's see what others hear
Complete thread -- 112/64
Complete thread -- wav file. I just cannot pick out that number.
Complete thread -- lichen sclerosis, not cap'd.
Complete thread -- Sorry typo Temovate is correct
Complete thread -- Sorry, that should be capitalized, Temovate.
Complete thread -- thx....
Complete thread -- temovate
Complete thread -- Tenovate
Complete thread -- s/l....ten-al-date...sm
Complete thread -- thank you all.
Complete thread -- Just means that all those procedures were performed while the patient was still taking
Complete thread -- it means they used that drug for DVT prophylaxis. to "cover" her
Complete thread -- Does this pt have a seizure history?
Complete thread -- what does "all under Clexane cover.." mean?
Complete thread -- could be cimetidine?
Complete thread -- tramadol?
Complete thread -- He actually says it twice (he tends to repeat words) and still s/l springing. Thanks
Complete thread -- Does it sound like spurring?
Complete thread -- pat in with RA - drug s/l trimed a dine
Complete thread -- Physical therapy assessment for male with low back pain. Please
Complete thread -- I had to restart my computer to hear the mp3 file, but now I can.
Complete thread -- to rule out?
Complete thread -- There is MP3 file but not a wav.
Complete thread -- Suddenly, I'm not able to hear the wav or mp3 files. Wonder why?
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- natural
Complete thread -- wav pls
Complete thread -- coronary angiogram s/l to-cat TIA!
Complete thread -- duh, of course. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you both.
Complete thread -- levofloxacin
Complete thread -- levofloxacin
Complete thread -- medication sounds like levo-clock-sa-sin
Complete thread -- Think dictator means in the year 2011.
Complete thread -- left side only?
Complete thread -- recurrent adenocarcinoma at the top of the vagina in s/l twenty eleven.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Who said it was?
Complete thread -- A dermatome is an area of skin that is mainly supplied by a single spinal nerve. There are
Complete thread -- Sensation is intact to light touch IN the upper extremities and lower extremities in all
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Ha!Ha! I think it is time for a break
Complete thread -- This comment was not from the original helper on this thread who made the
Complete thread -- and the upper extremities and lower extremities *in all dermatomes*.
Complete thread -- PLURAL!!!
Complete thread -- exploratory laparoscopy? some more context might help???????
Complete thread -- example-if you google lung metastases (in quotes) you get
Complete thread -- Wil have "lithoamy" colonoscopy and understands the limitations of this approach. TIA
Complete thread -- here is an example of when I would use a plural form.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for your input. Good 2 know I'm not alone.
Complete thread -- crural
Complete thread -- if that is the only information given, you would need to listen for
Complete thread -- You are not a simpleton! I have trouble with this as well! I consider it singular if
Complete thread -- SM - sorry if I'm a simpleton
Complete thread -- plural
Complete thread -- singular or pleural
Complete thread -- metastasis versus metastases
Complete thread -- s/l...plu-ral fold...sm
Complete thread -- I agree!
Complete thread -- ? census
Complete thread -- Shoot, I was hoping to find out the answer. This one's driving me nuts!
Complete thread -- Danke
Complete thread -- hahaha great minds...
Complete thread -- Fungating, ulcerative, foul-smelling carcinoma of the right breast
Complete thread -- Yes. Fungating, ulcerative, foul-smelling carcinoma of the....
Complete thread -- Do I need commas? Preop dx: Fungating ulcerative foul smelling carcinoma of the
Complete thread -- G-tube complication
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- extravasation of fluid
Complete thread -- G-tube complication
Complete thread -- sine, thanks anyway - always get it after I post
Complete thread -- TP was found to be hypotensive and the monitor showed some s/l signed waves
Complete thread -- Thanks for your reply. I think it's time to highlight, as I'm not e ...
Complete thread -- I hear s/l Kuple-Schmidch was used. But I have no idea what the instrument
Complete thread -- not sure, but check this out - The Tornier Latitude total elbow system is the first third-
Complete thread -- what part of the body is this?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- A ______ was used to bring the proximal fragment better
Complete thread -- Latuda?
Complete thread -- orthopedic help please
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Tolerating *latura* 40 mg well. Will continue titration of medication. Therapy is
Complete thread -- Motoric activity
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- is still somewhat apprehensive, irritable and labile. _____activity is heightened an
Complete thread -- She said it later, pretty sure it is pool.
Complete thread -- MP3 file. I think I know what it is. Deciding between pool and pillow or even pit.
Complete thread -- It might be until he is transferred.
Complete thread -- ______ severe? level. ___ but the end is below.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- s/l septis worker. TIA!
Complete thread -- Ferrex - thanks anyway
Complete thread -- #6 medication inside - s/l Fairex? Thanks!!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Pitocin, Methergine and Hemabate
Complete thread -- resolved with 40 units of *pit* Methergine x1 and *hemovey*x1.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- menstrual show
Complete thread -- heart tracing *gravid* induced for IUGR
Complete thread -- mp3 help pls sm.
Complete thread -- Not sure what he means but it sounds like "this is starting to improve"
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- you!
Complete thread -- tailor as a verb - make fit for a specific purpose
Complete thread -- will help us s/l tailor her resuscitation.
Complete thread -- given her problems, we thought Swan-ganz will s/l tailor her resusictation.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- In the dorsum of the penis...
Complete thread -- another wav please, thank you very much
Complete thread -- will flag thanks
Complete thread -- I hear psychiatric reaction??
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- 50 units q.h.s. Lantus and fingersticks?
Complete thread -- she took 50 units at the s/l hour of sleep Lantus fingersticks. is it right?
Complete thread -- no, but thanks
Complete thread -- quite clearly
Complete thread -- are you, like, 22 years old?
Complete thread -- I was assuming OP would know to ask or give it to QA since it's
Complete thread -- maybe that's how he describes pieces of tissue from the biopsy.
Complete thread -- cores?
Complete thread -- sounds like a better reason to question it for clarification and not just type junk
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l crumbs
Complete thread -- uterus, that is minimal.
Complete thread -- ABDOMEN: Soft with positive bowel sounds with slight palpable ________ ...
Complete thread -- phone?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Oh, maybe. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I would transcribe exactly what he says because bi-daily could mean
Complete thread -- bistro? (like a cafe)
Complete thread -- The patient had gone to his brother’s (be ses stroll) and started a fight
Complete thread -- As per on-call *fem* report from Stony Brook CPEP
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- it is confirmable. I would listen for medication training "or" pre-pouring
Complete thread -- I wouldn't. not until checking with account for approval.
Complete thread -- I would if dictated as it is clear what it means.
Complete thread -- can't get the air in or have it go out
Complete thread -- Keeps saying "bi-daily" rather than saying b.i.d. Would you type bi-daily?
Complete thread -- in or
Complete thread -- in
Complete thread -- She can't get the air _________have it go out when she breathes. ...
Complete thread -- Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- TNX
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- calcified?
Complete thread -- *casted* kidney stone?
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- TNX!
Complete thread -- Ansar? study performed today reveals significant hypertension
Complete thread -- Well, w/o any other information, googling ANSAR, that is the name of the company and it
Complete thread -- what is the context??
Complete thread -- one year's duration
Complete thread -- ANSAR or Ansar study?
Complete thread -- presents with back pain of approximately one year duration. or one year's duration?
Complete thread -- nm--it was nodule
Complete thread -- s/l knot
Complete thread -- s/l MTF
Complete thread -- O
Complete thread -- That is clearly it now
Complete thread -- lifelongpainfulheavy is not perfectly clear
Complete thread -- Ignore this one. maybe mitomycin C or vinblastine
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks so much
Complete thread -- gemcitabine (pronunciation: jem-SITE-a-bee
Complete thread -- stage IIB nonsmall cell lung cancer, squamous
Complete thread -- howsa bout a clue? type of cancer maybe??
Complete thread -- initiate chemotherapy in the form of *concytamine* cisplatin
Complete thread -- Thanks for a 2nd opinion! I wasn't sure if he was stuttering or not. Lol
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- s/l there was 1 lesion superior-anterior, 1 lesion superior, and 1 lesion posterior-
Complete thread -- He stutters, FYI.
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? Thanks for help!
Complete thread -- Seizure and vision loss "...lobe s/l and lekinsome lacunes.
Complete thread -- Well then, per English grammar rules, the OP needs commas.
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- You can also use a semicolon when you join two independent clauses together with one of th
Complete thread -- Langer's lines, also called cleavage lines, is a term used to define the direction within
Complete thread -- ; however, or , however, ??
Complete thread -- carpal tunnel release: excision was made for her carpal tunnel proximal to the distal
Complete thread -- Good suggestion!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, you should if you need to follow the rules, or if you don't work for a company
Complete thread -- I have a knack for figuring stuff out right after asking the questions!
Complete thread -- you can also shift, ctrl and use the arrow to arrow over to the period.
Complete thread -- sighhhhh
Complete thread -- Thanks to everyone!!!
Complete thread -- Where I work, rule is leave it as it is unless NECESSARY or clarity. It is perfectly clear
Complete thread -- great another account that would rather save a penny by no commas so
Complete thread -- Maybe the word I'm looking for is succus?
Complete thread -- NG tube continues to put out small amounts of normal s/l succants.
Complete thread -- I agree, just posted similar. I would go with what is dictated.
Complete thread -- There are urine metanepherines, plasma metanepherines, fractionated
Complete thread -- found also . Formal name: Urine Metanephrines, Total and Fractionated ...
Complete thread -- I agree with you - would not use any. And where I work, would get marked off for doing so
Complete thread -- I do not see any such distinction checking labs (LabCorp) they do show
Complete thread -- Ugghhh, I don't mean that quite that way - I mean there are free, direct, total, all kinds
Complete thread -- off the top of my head, probably 2 different things like bilirubin and total bilirune
Complete thread -- Are you sure it isn't something like bilirubin and total bilirubin? Lots of labs that way
Complete thread -- Use a comma to separate coordinate adjectives. You could think of this as "That tall, dist
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- thank you all so very much, yes it was procalcitonin :o)
Complete thread -- Poikilocy-somethying
Complete thread -- procalcitonin?
Complete thread -- there/their
Complete thread -- some additional context? Maybe
Complete thread -- ?VSD
Complete thread -- ? colony
Complete thread -- stumped on a lab, s/l poe-cap-sittin-in level is.... sm
Complete thread -- more than 1 = apostrophe after s. one of something = apostrophe before s
Complete thread -- kidding
Complete thread -- Santyl in order to try to bring down the*callinean*count and stimulate some additiona
Complete thread -- couple of weeks' leave or couple of week's leave??
Complete thread -- I've been trying to figure out that exact thing. What I learned...SM
Complete thread -- I would not use any
Complete thread -- Correct placement of commas?
Complete thread -- Is their a keyboard shortcut to highlight a sentence i.e. until the last period.
Complete thread -- s/l major/maja/laja,
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Achalasia is a disorder of the tube that carries food from the mouth to the stomach (esoph
Complete thread -- s/l aclasia
Complete thread -- BR (east) CA (ncer) BRCA = breast cancer. Your Google findings
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- smp. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'd hyphenate it.
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both! That was it. : )
Complete thread -- BRCA2 would be correct.
Complete thread -- I'd say the dictator had a dyslexic moment and just misspoke.
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- all I cam come up with is s/l vertication is pulmonary regugitation
Complete thread -- BRAC2?? I come up with did you mean BRCA2?
Complete thread -- I can see how that is confusing, but my link demonstrated my findings
Complete thread -- regurgitation?
Complete thread -- google does not give suggestions here - though you are right, perhaps googling in contex
Complete thread -- Oh sorry. My bad. When I see it saying "did you use quotes," sounds to me like a
Complete thread -- You will get the same thing if only one word, with or without quotes.
Complete thread -- if you google the incorrectly spelled word with quotes, you truly
Complete thread -- I wasn't suggesting the OP use quotes, I was trying to help
Complete thread -- approachable
Complete thread -- (Meant to say I don't hear hypertension.)
Complete thread -- did you try my link?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Has mild-to-moderate pulmonary *vertication,* and ascending aorta is...
Complete thread -- I am not the OP, but I googled it with and without quotes and got nothing. Quotes would
Complete thread -- you do, but google will give you suggestions and with context, it could be
Complete thread -- LOL!! They must be new
Complete thread -- Mmkay then you will not be getting help
Complete thread -- did you use quotes?
Complete thread -- Which is why context helps
Complete thread -- Certainly not dusty. Sometimes a dictionary helps.
Complete thread -- I did google and still came up completely empty.
Complete thread -- total guess s/l T-R-I-S-P-R-I-N-A-T-E may be Tri-Sprintec
Complete thread -- google what he spelled incorrectly to get the correct spelling
Complete thread -- doc spells med T-R-I-S-P-R-I-N-A-T-E
Complete thread -- twisting side to side?
Complete thread -- decreased range of motion to the cervical spine with*twitch christina side*
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- HNPCC or hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer HNPCC-related
Complete thread -- wav posted. Family history negative for any other _________ disease
Complete thread -- thanks, just wasn't sure if it was dusty or dusky.
Complete thread -- means - Rather dark in color: dusky skin. sm
Complete thread -- soldering fluxes
Complete thread -- solder and fluxes? (does the patient do welding?)
Complete thread -- agree one word link. Oncolink site for drugs etc
Complete thread -- if that's what he observed and dictated,
Complete thread -- Portal sites were well healed but with a cyanotic dusky appearance
Complete thread -- cleaners, cigarette smoke, _____ influxes and harsh chemicals.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thank you both for the help. You are appreciated greatly !!
Complete thread -- meant to say just adding "ed" to Lembert.. I hate when they do this and not sure how its
Complete thread -- I would use - 10-12 mm trocar, but your choice tho
Complete thread -- If it is modifying, what do you normally do with similar situation. hm
Complete thread -- There is Lembert suture pattern, so just saying this was done in Lembert fashion.. adding
Complete thread -- dictator is slanging for you lemberted = Lembert sutures
Complete thread -- ahh com'on
Complete thread -- drugs.com link. sm
Complete thread -- I'm going to go with 10/11...Thank you.
Complete thread -- Please read rules for posting. CONTEXT NEEDED
Complete thread -- hyphen or slash -- can anybody say which is preferred? SM
Complete thread -- Anyone find anything close to Apple? (Appreciate the help.)
Complete thread -- In-office fluoroscopy (hyphen or not?) NM TIA
Complete thread -- s/l "lim'-berted"
Complete thread -- Side note: It is hyphenate, hyphenated, not hypenate ;)
Complete thread -- you can click on FDA Brands link above SM
Complete thread -- pdr.net
Complete thread -- A *ten eleven* trocar was placed...How do you type this? I've never heard trocars wit
Complete thread -- what is a good website to go to for brand and generic medications to k ...
Complete thread -- Thank you ...
Complete thread -- I'd transcribe as one word.
Complete thread -- impairments
Complete thread -- Is Her-2/neu overexpressed, is overexpressed one word, two or hypenate ...
Complete thread -- mobile symmetric and bilaterally
Complete thread -- limitations are reasonably consistent with the physical and/or emotional ____ describ
Complete thread -- thanks BB
Complete thread -- he lay down.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- lay, lie, laid....He went home. He s/l lay down, got some significant abdominal
Complete thread -- Trying to verify PCP in Pennsylvania. Dictated: Dr. Joe s/l Apple, DO.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Semicolon or just a comma?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- administered ??
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't get it either!
Complete thread -- These events are rare.
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- In the recovery, she was noted to *wag over to* the right side
Complete thread -- A *juicy centered* general anesthesia without complications.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- intractable *bile stases* with minimal middle ear and mastoid disease
Complete thread -- Hauber's Jewelry
Complete thread -- 5. Comorbidities such as stroke, ____, dysphagia, respiratory failure
Complete thread -- thank so much!
Complete thread -- thanks for both answers!
Complete thread -- feeding
Complete thread -- she tolerated feeding overnight.
Complete thread -- showed (1) in the left hip and (2) some dysplasia in the high neck shaft
Complete thread -- Gastrostomy tube intact. She tolerated ____ overnight. There is no leg edema.
Complete thread -- chewed has nothing to do with it.
Complete thread -- referring to the T wave. That's great. ST-T is a segment plus a wave
Complete thread -- nonspecific T changes - no ST-T... have not heard this before. Is this ok?
Complete thread -- Pt worked at *humor-ee* Coudersport, Pennsylvania. Please
Complete thread -- and also New York?
Complete thread -- and was from New York?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- ugh, thanks
Complete thread -- See link - probably and
Complete thread -- alk phos (alkaline phosphatase)
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- blood sugar 230, albumin 3.1, *a force* 136, AST 1888, ALT 2568
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Shock liver.
Complete thread -- WAG - EKG was obtained
Complete thread -- in or and?
Complete thread -- Help please
Complete thread -- Could the first one be coordination?
Complete thread -- There is poor *carbonation* of the right side of the body from recent CVA.
Complete thread -- walls?
Complete thread -- retractor to identify the lateral *mores* of the puborectalis
Complete thread -- NSC? nuclear sclerotic cataract?
Complete thread -- I agree. I think that was the OP who was mad his question made no sense
Complete thread -- Quite what?
Complete thread -- thx so much
Complete thread -- Lysteda
Complete thread -- s/l...la-stet-e-a...sm
Complete thread -- I need to expand NSV/SCV thanks.
Complete thread -- here, seems very quite!!!
Complete thread -- california
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sorry, "as I will not be"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- This may be done with any provider and I will not be....
Complete thread -- This ________ may not see any provider as they will not be scoping for ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (not)
Complete thread -- like this...
Complete thread -- that she had acute colitis that was likely foodborne in nature
Complete thread -- Lol, it was "There are multiple"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- agree -Chewed calcium carbonate (CaCO3) sm
Complete thread -- suppurative (a guess)____ in nature. wait for others tho sm
Complete thread -- Skin: s/l "Normal dipple" skin cancers and actinic keratoses, both legs and
Complete thread -- troponin I and T negative (there is C, T & I troponin sm
Complete thread -- first blank is (IMO) seen in the obs unit in early December
Complete thread -- It was thought that her acute colitis ____________ to produce further ...
Complete thread -- She was seen _________ early December for nausea, vomiting, and bloody ...
Complete thread -- Maybe D2 meaning second digit
Complete thread -- enlighten us
Complete thread -- how about Betadine
Complete thread -- consider: troponin I, MB
Complete thread -- Thanks! That's much more concise and more clear than his mess! Yes, I'll include
Complete thread -- missing her distal phalanx on her s/l "dee to" in the right hand
Complete thread -- my take...
Complete thread -- This doc is stumbling around and having a hard time saying something. I'd like to
Complete thread -- make google your friend. google: troponin I; and then google:Troponin B
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l I and B
Complete thread -- and a little bit
Complete thread -- could it be laxity? I know it does not sound exactly like it, but she might have been
Complete thread -- He does have sensitivities, especially along the top postsurgical inci ...
Complete thread -- He has some very slight anterior posterior _____ right knee compared t ...
Complete thread -- The patient has had chronic muscle pain and chronic low back pain on a chronic basis.
Complete thread -- Yep, I think that's it! Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- CaCO3 = calcium carbonate and I think I see 1500 mg as a legitimate dose.
Complete thread -- He is saying the letters/numbers? Not saying CellCept is he/she?
Complete thread -- s/l "CEC03"
Complete thread -- The bottom line is if they say OF, there is not a need for the apostrophe.
Complete thread -- I said I used a bad example. what else do you want ???
Complete thread -- 20 weeks' gestation is correct= 20 weeks OF gestation; not 20 weeks of pregnant, though.
Complete thread -- use of s' for time, measurements, and money. i.e., 20 weeks' gestation
Complete thread -- blue dyed maybe?
Complete thread -- Apostrophe not needed with 4 weeks pregnant. That means 4 weeks of pregnant.
Complete thread -- ' not needed with 'of'. if they say like 4 weeks' pregnant, then you do, but
Complete thread -- NM.. its Playmaker brace
Complete thread -- 4 weeks of age; the apostrophe would represent possession; no possession indicated.
Complete thread -- x/l splintmaker brace? for MCL sprain
Complete thread -- 4 weeks of age or 4 weeks' of age??
Complete thread -- s/l "blue dine" sponge stick was then placed in the patient's vagina
Complete thread -- ohh, sorry, you asked if should flag; not all offered unasked other stuff. No, don't flag.
Complete thread -- Spelling is cesarean and shouldn't be capitalized. I agree with your comma placement
Complete thread -- I just asked a question, Darlene! Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- I know what you mean about over thinking. Thank
Complete thread -- and to get to the bursa? what would be taking place? going through the skin?
Complete thread -- You have to think like the doctor. He anesthetized the skin first and
Complete thread -- comma placement correct?
Complete thread -- What was the question? Made no sense to me either
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Solving Clodes with eht???? Seriously doubt it
Complete thread -- The bursa is being injected, not the skin, right? Thanks!
Complete thread -- if used to this dictator & clear, go with as dictated, not sure why you would question it
Complete thread -- Just my own opinion.. I would not flag
Complete thread -- Opinion needed on flagging, please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Okay.
Complete thread -- Thanks, for this account I use centile as dictated.
Complete thread -- centile is fine
Complete thread -- concerns, I did not feel worried about. ... ... 50th PERCENTILE not centile...
Complete thread -- Puncutation correct?
Complete thread -- He elaborated at the end of the letter (sm) so I guess I was hearing correctly. Thanks.
Complete thread -- bridge. The new bone that forms from one fracture end to the other
Complete thread -- That makes sense to me--he's fine in the meeting, but when he relaxes, ouch!
Complete thread -- A "relaxation" headache ??
Complete thread -- Might have made sense to someone who knows speech therapy.
Complete thread -- No one helped because your question made no sense at all
Complete thread -- Sorry for spelling personally wrong! ha ha :)
Complete thread -- I flagged! Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- I flagged! Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- clark "leg holder" in knee surgery <-- google that for some ideas
Complete thread -- Thanks will try to get that!
Complete thread -- solving clodes eht with 100% accuracy independently.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "MTPJ" (joint?)
Complete thread -- alignment of her 1st MTP s/l tree (patient after bunion surgery)
Complete thread -- immigrated from, emigrated to...either one works for "immigrated in 1997."
Complete thread -- doxazosin
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- do more exercise, especially to strengthen the (aqwoth) muscles
Complete thread -- hmm...cut myself off, Clark or cleric leg holder?
Complete thread -- knee surgery -- leg holder. Hard to tell through the chewing/crunching, but l "sm
Complete thread -- Ragnell
Complete thread -- destructive lesion with cortical (s/l bridge/bruise/?)
Complete thread -- EM = left from and IM = came to (hope this helps)
Complete thread -- s/l Rat-Nels
Complete thread -- Check archives under either/both words.
Complete thread -- She immigrated from Russia and has worked here.... emigrate, right? not immigrate?
Complete thread -- You genius! That is absolutely right! Many thanks...
Complete thread -- Thanks! I will listen!
Complete thread -- Oh wow! Thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- diphtheroids in the broth
Complete thread -- coiling?
Complete thread -- One culture grew "destroyeds in fyo broth". This was likley a contaminant.
Complete thread -- got it vaniqa! Oh-just saw the above post. Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- Vaniqa?
Complete thread -- My bad, I was just going too fast.
Complete thread -- PICC line in the right upper arm is without "cording" or tenderness.
Complete thread -- Vaniqa is the first and only prescription cream clinically proven to reduce unwanted facia
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- no caps on group or strep (streptococcus )
Complete thread -- would that be Group A Strep?
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now. Will flag.
Complete thread -- topical treatment for acne or terminal hair growth that sounds like zonica
Complete thread -- AAMT BOS says there is no need to cap it (if you go by BOS)
Complete thread -- Thanks! Sorry to get back to you so late. Appreciate your help!
Complete thread -- Episode of sore throat which was secondary to *GAS* versus viral etiology.
Complete thread -- PMN; neutrophilic granulocyte; polymorphonuclear leukocytes ... A granulocyte that is the
Complete thread -- thank you so much both of you!
Complete thread -- A meyeri
Complete thread -- neutrophils (also known as segs, PMNs, granulocytes, grans)
Complete thread -- polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMNs)
Complete thread -- Actinomyces from Greek "actino" that means mucus and fungus, is a genus of the actinobacte
Complete thread -- Actinomyces
Complete thread -- Ugh - This is the s/l - sorry!! ateno mie cees my oh ree
Complete thread -- Increased monocytes, decreased *P M Ns*, and
Complete thread -- whoops, disregard the word "regarding" thank you
Complete thread -- have [ateno mie cees my oh regarding] on culture of abscess
Complete thread -- I will flag as it does not sound right.
Complete thread -- I would do it like your first example personnaly (Nares: Turbinates..)
Complete thread -- That's a pretty enlarged ovary with such tiny cysts. I would flag.
Complete thread -- sorry, I meant don't change it, no need to flag
Complete thread -- yes, flag
Complete thread -- it's masked facies (not "
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- mildly hypophonic
Complete thread -- mildly hypophonic
Complete thread -- and wishes. Discussed with daughters...
Complete thread -- Tends to repeat herself. She is fluent, _____. She has decreased eye blink.
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- candidate given her advanced age *I wishes* discussed with daughters who agree
Complete thread -- mildly hypophonic?
Complete thread -- She is fluent, *mild and hypophonic. *
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- The BoS covers it extensively and there are many notes in archives.
Complete thread -- Per AAMT-BOS2
Complete thread -- IIIa or IIIA- and does anyone have a good place for reference for this?
Complete thread -- flare-ups. The goal with her is to try to prevent her from getting to a stage
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Goal with her is to try to prevent her from getting...
Complete thread -- wondering if I should flag the 6.7 cm - may be mm??
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- If you list diagnoses, we could help better. How about Cytomel for #1?
Complete thread -- Is the patient male or female? This is a large guess - Sildenafil citrate
Complete thread -- Thanks again. Got the sounds, not the extra. Thanks.
Complete thread -- 2nd may be Caltrate.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure how to punctuate this part of exam...Please
Complete thread -- 2 medications in list of medications: s/l sidamil and calcate. ...
Complete thread -- No extra sounds, no murmurs
Complete thread -- wav file. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Opps - thanks.
Complete thread -- consider "in extremis"
Complete thread -- consider: seeK review (not see)
Complete thread -- suppression of endometriosis until she becomes pregnant
Complete thread -- What is "suppression" in reference to? See inside.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Was not sure if there was another word in there too, although I could not hear
Complete thread -- Thank you soooo much!
Complete thread -- ventricular response 58
Complete thread -- wav file. Thanks
Complete thread -- Borrelia burgdorferi -- one of the 3 main carriers of Lyme
Complete thread -- Lab test s/l ba-ri-lio-bur-dor-free. sm for context
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping me MT50 - I "geti it" now :)
Complete thread -- disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) has been shown to be an independent predictor
Complete thread -- I never thought about it that way :) It makes sense! Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Kansas City, Kansas is the third-largest city in the state of Kansas and is the county sea
Complete thread -- Well isn't he consistent LOL!
Complete thread -- disseminated intravascular coagulation
Complete thread -- So is Kansas City KS, right there at Kansas City MO... not uncommon for
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Septic shock and extremis and *D I C*.
Complete thread -- The interesting thing is that he holds a kansas medical license. Thx again!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link! But the patient definitely is in Kansas. I will try your link!
Complete thread -- http://www.healthgrades.com/physician/dr-michael-driks-24cxs
Complete thread -- looking for an ID doc in Kansas named Dr. s/l "Dricks" near kansas city
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- time spent on discharge more than 35 minutes. Please cc Dr. Niza...
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NPH
Complete thread -- NPH insulin
Complete thread -- The patient is to continue *M P H* 26 units b.i.d. and Humalog 20 units q.a.c.
Complete thread -- greater than 400 thought to be possible DKA. Due to
Complete thread -- That is so clear now! Thanks
Complete thread -- thought to be possible DKA
Complete thread -- Sorry... wav added
Complete thread -- blood sugar of greater than 400, _____, due to persistent irritation and protection o
Complete thread -- He is from Ohio. Winters here in Florida.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- oops n/m just found it
Complete thread -- They used the J tube for supplemental nutrition with
Complete thread -- backbiting forceps (sm)
Complete thread -- Suggest a surgical instrument site/book? s/l back-mining forceps used in nasal
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! :)
Complete thread -- Thanks yes !
Complete thread -- irbesartan?
Complete thread -- poor clearance makes sense, not cleared out - but haven't checked your other yet.
Complete thread -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-nuclear_antibody
Complete thread -- Ro antibody is also referred to as SS-A or anti-Ro antibody. La antibody is also referred
Complete thread -- A couple of questions (ESL) on H&P
Complete thread -- I think I found it, it is SS-A (Ro) or SSA-Ro (a few different spellings)
Complete thread -- patient with ankle pain. Lab study, doctor spells it "S-AROA" antibodies...please see
Complete thread -- may have anything = may, if anything
Complete thread -- Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- http://www.onelook.com/
Complete thread -- Rigamarole or rigmarole? -I spoke with the patient about the
Complete thread -- I am leaving it as is, thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you for trying.
Complete thread -- I had looked it up and found this, which is why I asked.
Complete thread -- O.. That's not there's
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- “there's” is a contraction of “there is” There IS an area. good heavens
Complete thread -- Why can't it? I guess you can recast to say an area that has increased prominence, but
Complete thread -- there is an area that is increased in prominence about 2 x 1.5 cm
Complete thread -- makes sense to me - belonging to, inherited from, an ancestor or ancestors
Complete thread -- This seems so stupid but I do not believe that 'that' can be possessive.
Complete thread -- strange use of word, but if it's clear, I'd go with it (her ancestors had aneurysms)
Complete thread -- I tried ... does sound like "-ected" or "acted" at the end.
Complete thread -- s/l ancestral aneurysms.. see sentence
Complete thread -- posted MP3
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- surgery is ganglion cyst removal. sounds like "expected"(ESL)
Complete thread -- that's what I thought. Thanks for
Complete thread -- The first way, q.
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing, new to me, & there IS such a term
Complete thread -- A lipid panel is "queued" in to the laboratory by the cardiologist.
Complete thread -- list - only ones I know of, can google.com hernia mesh tho
Complete thread -- What I think is funny is how mine always says has been for husband. Kinda makes one go
Complete thread -- That's a good one.
Complete thread -- Valproate?
Complete thread -- I think first blank is "commercial"
Complete thread -- that is actually what I put until got a resonse, Thanks!
Complete thread -- Patient allergic to sounds like "Alproatt'
Complete thread -- on your end, slow down to a crawl, way too fast on this end to get IT
Complete thread -- if me, I guess, home care nurse Mary Smith, not much else can do
Complete thread -- Thanks. At least I know it's not just me.
Complete thread -- can you slow this down
Complete thread -- I dont see how you got what you got. That is terrible.
Complete thread -- Just for laughs- ASR: A circ come French old incision was made.
Complete thread -- how to identify Nurse sm
Complete thread -- terrible dictator (at least to me) need more help please!
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- any visual hallucinations?
Complete thread -- Ash cath (catheter)!! Just got it.
Complete thread -- . Denies _______ hallucinations.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I was taught a.c. (Latin for ante cibum, before meals)
Complete thread -- megesterol ac or AC? thank you.
Complete thread -- dismissive and irritated. Speech is spontaneous
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, no.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- No wave yet
Complete thread -- see message from medicinenet.com
Complete thread -- WAG "a scab" noted in her right subclavian area
Complete thread -- STAT or stat?
Complete thread -- She has s/l es-cath noted in her right subclavian area. It does not s/l Vas-Cath.tx
Complete thread -- a couple of ?s
Complete thread -- Do you have the name of the facility that you can go to their web site and see if that is
Complete thread -- s/l karlin female unit
Complete thread -- Parietex mesh but this seems to s/l poink with K sound at the end. help pls
Complete thread -- I also thought so, i just wanted to double check
Complete thread -- We placed 15 x 20 cm s/l poink mesh and proceeded further with surgery.tx
Complete thread -- mild mucoperiosteal thickening in the... what I hear
Complete thread -- There is ____thickening in the paranasal sinuses
Complete thread -- nm - Time-of-Flight
Complete thread -- neck angiography "tomoflyte" technique
Complete thread -- gotcha~
Complete thread -- I think it must be this. I'd already tried to get LP out of it but couldn't
Complete thread -- another possibility is CT
Complete thread -- T and P sounds can get mixed, sure didn't say LP? if not I'd agree with tap
Complete thread -- lumbar tap?
Complete thread -- correction, the manufacturer is Dukal Medical Supply
Complete thread -- At that time, he had an LT, MRI, MRA of the brain, and MRA of the neck. What is LT
Complete thread -- I was thinking along the lines of that answer above, just didn't carry
Complete thread -- The answer above is what I was thinking and could not communicate
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Shadow-Line
Complete thread -- may have = past may have helped us or may help us
Complete thread -- s/l shatoline self-retaining retractor was placed at C6 disc space. tq
Complete thread -- Kittner Sponge. (Medical Action Industries) This OR specialty sponge is X-ray detectable
Complete thread -- s/l Kitner spun was used to tease the soft tissue off the ant longitudinal ligament.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- which was fit for him? (maybe you can slow it down)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Found the below on Google... 2nd blank is "comfort?"
Complete thread -- He did have an ________ pad as well as a navicular pad placed in the A ...
Complete thread -- XXX comes to the Orthotic Clinic for followup conerning fit and functi ...
Complete thread -- Psychotic patient on antipsychotic meds. Doc slipped on a mental banana peel.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- nothing's missing...
Complete thread -- AND a 70% lesion IN a moderate-sized marginal
Complete thread -- ...may, if anything, help us come down...
Complete thread -- I got it - "some leak" Thanks!
Complete thread -- abdominal aortic aneurysm which showed 'suneek' with retroperitoneal bleed.
Complete thread -- Never mind. It IS burr holes. Thanks
Complete thread -- Cardiac test perhaps?
Complete thread -- I am thinking the lesion was in that vessel.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- may have, if anything, helped us come down on the prednisone and I think
Complete thread -- Is this okay?
Complete thread -- 2. Possible depression. She is doing so much better and I think the Re ...
Complete thread -- I think one is missing. if tp has total (100%) occlusion of the LAD, the 70% lesion
Complete thread -- that is what I had but wanted to be sure. thanks
Complete thread -- and
Complete thread -- I am wondering if perhaps it is
Complete thread -- unsure of a word
Complete thread -- Oooh yeah that too!! LOL
Complete thread -- Like
Complete thread -- oooohhh noooo. Not just them either. They all can be notoroius for messing up
Complete thread -- I'd think it fun to have a bunch of emoticons. LOL
Complete thread -- just want to make sure I'm hearing this correctly. Fat deposited on vocal cords
Complete thread -- I would be careful about typing words that cannot be documented. One of the things you
Complete thread -- We need a like button here
Complete thread -- never mind. i'll trust the Indians on this one.
Complete thread -- Is there such a thing as "sporic" dermatitis? I cannot verify but it is very clear.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Yes, yes, a thousand times Yes, misspeaking.
Complete thread -- I just slowed it down and it's actually "a healthy brother"
Complete thread -- LD?? learning-disabled
Complete thread -- Wouldn't that mean he has not had any "normal" behavior? The opposite
Complete thread -- She has s/l "elsie" (LC) brother, or maybe "LT" (el tea) brother
Complete thread -- like for the nth time, psychotic is the only word that would fit there. IF
Complete thread -- what would you feel would be correct word in that context.
Complete thread -- the question, I believe, is ANTIpsychotic behavior
Complete thread -- what's scary is that someone might think antipsychotic is right in that context
Complete thread -- oopps, oops, not me, that was "baz" you helped with the link.
Complete thread -- scary huh and they freq. stop their meds. I have read 1 in 6 have serious head problems
Complete thread -- Enterococcus faecium ?
Complete thread -- ? Bacteroides disiens
Complete thread -- Here is a great link. I could not find anything using your s/l however, maybe
Complete thread -- Thanks Darlene! Thats a great start... I appreciate you!
Complete thread -- maybe because anaerobius is species name, not genus, as in Peptostreptococcus anaerobius
Complete thread -- shoot, can find anaerobius but no dischium, maybe others can tho
Complete thread -- look again, even showed a picture
Complete thread -- calcaneal is also called the heel (see ** heel boss)
Complete thread -- Microbiology results: Urine cultures showed "anacrobius dischium"
Complete thread -- if he is on his medications, we better darn well hope he is NOT "NOW" displaying PSYCHOTIC
Complete thread -- Your search - "infracalcaenal bossing" - did not match any documents.
Complete thread -- you do know that your links show infracalcaneal SPUR, not bossing?
Complete thread -- yes + link, go about half way, on left, picture of heel boss
Complete thread -- an example, say pt a chronic stumbling down alcoholic, but NOW
Complete thread -- is there an infracalcaneal S/L bossing?
Complete thread -- because? "each" would be singular, thus singular verb "was"
Complete thread -- forgot to paste
Complete thread -- a guess - Might mean, "no" ventilator failure (weaning) the process
Complete thread -- makes sense, sure. Means, (at this time, with med adjustment etc)
Complete thread -- I got it! Elocon ointment - thanks MT50, was just posting this and saw your suggestion!:)
Complete thread -- Try this and see what matches up...
Complete thread -- I flagged! Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- Sometimes they don't think about what they are saying :)
Complete thread -- Ol-tawn ointment to be applied daily. (for infected wounds or psoriasis)
Complete thread -- He definitely is saying "he has had no antipsychotic behavior" but it makes no sense to me
Complete thread -- probably! Maybe he is saying "had known antipsychotic behavior"
Complete thread -- He has had no "antipsychotic" behavior. Is he misspeaking
Complete thread -- PMH: Sow vent failure
Complete thread -- All you had to do was google "Is each singular or plural" and click the first link.
Complete thread -- Ha ha! BB agrees with me. Thanks BB.
Complete thread -- yes, each of these was, all of these were.
Complete thread -- ? balancing a checkbook
Complete thread -- Why?
Complete thread -- Each of these "were" staring episodes. Shouldn't that be "was a staring episode"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I don't think so...I'm certainly not hearing that at all. Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- He noticed 10 years ago that he was having trouble wearing a s.l "cockpit"
Complete thread -- found it thx...Ferriman-Gallwey
Complete thread -- triquetrum?
Complete thread -- average of Ferriman-Gallway Hirsute Score is about 1-9.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l...fair-man-gal-e score...sm
Complete thread -- (s/l liqui-tram) left hand Dupytren contracture
Complete thread -- It might be Oramorph, which I see is sometimes referred to as
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- She is on morphine taking s/l "MS ophoric" 30 mg twice a day.
Complete thread -- introducer peripheral
Complete thread -- Any time! :)
Complete thread -- That very well could be. I had slowed it way down and thought maybe "hepatitis A" slurred
Complete thread -- could it be hepatocellular protection?
Complete thread -- with alcohol and placed a *penny* over the puncture site and reprogramed
Complete thread -- He clearly says physically denies, but thank you for your help!
Complete thread -- Ouch, what is the point of that message exactly?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion! He is definitely saying dilated, but it was occlusive! sm
Complete thread -- She was started initially on N-acetylcysteine for s/l "hepato say" protection
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- consider "basically denies" instead of physically
Complete thread -- Wow! You all are AMAZING! TY so much. First time with him and taking way too long! xoxo
Complete thread -- listen for "chronic occlusive thrombus"
Complete thread -- above the anterior rectal wall, *in-dusual-pre-creteer* needles were inserted
Complete thread -- "freezing me" is presyncope
Complete thread -- abdominal girth...
Complete thread -- A few s/l - does anyone want to take a stab at them?
Complete thread -- He was found to have an INR s/l "grade of 11." I cannot hear "greater than 11"
Complete thread -- OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THAT IS IT!!!! You made my day :) Thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- Thank you for the advice and the link. I think I will let Q&A deal wi ...
Complete thread -- degree
Complete thread -- I don't think you can guess on that. See link
Complete thread -- Valtrex dosage
Complete thread -- No - reconsider rider therapy. see my message
Complete thread -- The "big-ree" of her rheumatoid arthritis and prior medications...
Complete thread -- see msg. Does this make sense at all.
Complete thread -- And just because it's the first suggestion that pops up w/ one simple Google search does
Complete thread -- Yes, that came up when I googled as well, but he is clearly not saying Malik's. Ty
Complete thread -- reconsider GERD
Complete thread -- hideous
Complete thread -- Check out rules for posting (above). : )
Complete thread -- Malik's
Complete thread -- In Pennsylvania: He works at s/l Max Mini Mart. (Could be Mac's???)
Complete thread -- ECG
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- it's threshold OF ___ volts AT ___ milliseconds
Complete thread -- Vital signs q.4 as per unit protocol on a CR monitor with continuous pulse ox
Complete thread -- Maybe IV lock. Medications include Trileptal, etc.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- . IV *lack* medications include Trileptal 420 mg
Complete thread -- Vital signs q. 4 as per unit protocol on a *C-arm monitor* with continuous
Complete thread -- There aren't any diagnoses or past medical history?
Complete thread -- sorry didn't go into detail- but found it, Seasonique
Complete thread -- more context is needed
Complete thread -- What is wrong with said 24-year-old female? Do you have a dosage?
Complete thread -- med for 24-year-old female
Complete thread -- Ahhh..... head not working today. ty
Complete thread -- oops, sorry double post
Complete thread -- in med list s/l coldex spray. no other info in report to help
Complete thread -- There is Coldec but it does not seem to come in a spray formula
Complete thread -- GERD
Complete thread -- NECK: No difficulty swallowing. She did have **curd**. Cardiac: No pressing .....
Complete thread -- #1 or at least basically she nods??
Complete thread -- #2 Paperwork in the chart.
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!
Complete thread -- s/l coldex spray in list of meds but doesn't go on to say what for in
Complete thread -- murmurs at axilla ? (maybe meaning radiating)
Complete thread -- Heart is S1, S2. ______. Lungs are essentially clear bilaterally anteriorly.
Complete thread -- I almost hear that now! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- respiratory therapist
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- It was entertained I did not hear. Thanks.
Complete thread -- syndrome was entertained and discussed
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- 2. Mucositis. This is improved with *rebind.* Continue as planned.
Complete thread -- Could the the top part read "ventricular leads at 0.5 volts, 2.5 milliseconds?
Complete thread -- cardiac..
Complete thread -- ethacrynic
Complete thread -- see msg thanks
Complete thread -- agree, fine as is.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oops gave the wrong link
Complete thread -- Sorry. Meant has, not was.
Complete thread -- couple was
Complete thread -- grammAr....has....here is a link explaining subject/verb
Complete thread -- Grammer question
Complete thread -- meant to say, are you sure it isn't (not is). sorry.
Complete thread -- He's trying to say that the pain and bleeding were expected and are normal post op
Complete thread -- Are you sure it is "expectant pain" and "expectant bleeding"??
Complete thread -- Zytiga: for prostate cancer
Complete thread -- I wouldn't. I think it's fine as is.
Complete thread -- would you add in a 'the' before 'expected'? i can do slight edits.
Complete thread -- Thanks. He is definitely saying something that sounds like "epi" before it though.
Complete thread -- ...obtained today, reviewed by me personally, showed...
Complete thread -- good link for nerves of head neck
Complete thread -- Got it I think! vagus nerves.... thanks for looking!
Complete thread -- I would agree... "...nor any other physical illnesses in the family."
Complete thread -- Severe whiplash-not unusual to have involvement of s/l vasdic/vadis nerves
Complete thread -- physical illnesses?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry. No idea. Why do so many ESLs talk like they have the Godfather cotton balls
Complete thread -- mental illness or any history of ______ in the family.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- lumbar,spine,fusion,surgery,bone,graft,harvest,rod, cage,
Complete thread -- anterior limit of the PVD can be variable, ranging from the "equator" LINK
Complete thread -- I hear "acute respiratory syndrome, never been intubated etc
Complete thread -- Very good! Thanks. I hear it now, "or aud rit tree"
Complete thread -- If you use the premise that "dit tree" is the end of the word au-DITORY, then
Complete thread -- She has no visual or s/l "dittry" impairment at this point. Not hearing or auditory.
Complete thread -- Now when he repeats it at the end it is more of a "p" sound and ASR put "P" this time too.
Complete thread -- I found a few Google hits for "tolerable intake"... I think I am safe with "TI"..thanks
Complete thread -- I listened to the wav 20 times. Did not get it. Sorry. WAV file is attached.
Complete thread -- That is the end of that part..... then goes on to EKG results.
Complete thread -- maybe TI is abbreviation for toxicosis or toxicity? what does he say after TI?
Complete thread -- More info is patient drank rubbing alcohol and mouthwash.
Complete thread -- Aha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you!!!!! :) :) :)
Complete thread -- Please see sm on the above.
Complete thread -- Ethanol s/l TI
Complete thread -- check post void residual and renal ultrasound.
Complete thread -- 2. Check -post ordos ah-duo- and renal ultrasound.
Complete thread -- The patient never had ______ syndrome.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Maybe rods?
Complete thread -- s/l epiquator
Complete thread -- Hi. I have a lumbar fusion status post that i cannot understand. sm
Complete thread -- Got it. It's plaque radiotherapy.
Complete thread -- Ms. X is following up today status post _____ therapy in the right eye.
Complete thread -- see him in the office
Complete thread -- NM, I'm going to flag. Need to send in now.
Complete thread -- EEG showed a normal *vit, uh vision biochrome* pattern w/o encephalopathy. Please
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- a bleed
Complete thread -- Day Two: We had Boston Scientific ______ office to reprogram the stimulator and he is
Complete thread -- Kind of long and 2 s/l as inside. Please
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!!!
Complete thread -- Hmm, I guess it is collate. The dictionary is a good thing, eh?
Complete thread -- NM on this. I will probably go with one-half grade in this case. Don't want to use 1/2
Complete thread -- I have asked her to s/l "coal late" the prior neurologic and medical records
Complete thread -- How would you transcribe "one half grade weakness"
Complete thread -- Thanks Darlene - I don't know how to edit it to a wav to post
Complete thread -- Controlled mandatory ventilation (CMV) wonder if transposed letters?
Complete thread -- hmm, can't get the s/l, can post a wav maybe? it is lead I, II sm
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray revealed "bummee posh ulee" showed bilateral patchy...
Complete thread -- initally on 'CVM more' with tidal volume of 700 ml
Complete thread -- Probably was. He's not a bad dictator so I knew it should be something simple but I had
Complete thread -- mucus?
Complete thread -- flagged.
Complete thread -- UA s/l many urine merkus
Complete thread -- Oh, never mind! Just saw another note on this pt where they stated 1.2 grams.
Complete thread -- Can anyone check a trusted med source on hand for correct dosage
Complete thread -- CT scan abdomen/pelvis - s/l Jejunal edge or wedge
Complete thread -- Had to flag. Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- eventual herniation
Complete thread -- could it be ventral, again?
Complete thread -- ortho word help - sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will go with that then. Makes more sense.
Complete thread -- Genta stain was neg. for s/l small inter cellum lapcto plaz ee ah
Complete thread -- found this - PEG tubes with rigid, fixed bumper
Complete thread -- It really sounds like idjit.
Complete thread -- I thought aged or rigid. Was leaning towards aged.
Complete thread -- maybe "rigid."
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks, op!
Complete thread -- GYN
Complete thread -- Medical term
Complete thread -- Are you serious?
Complete thread -- Very much!! Rude not to say what it was for archives.
Complete thread -- acellular matrix (AlloDerm)
Complete thread -- I was thinking maybe acellular really hacked by the doc.....
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was doublechecking as he is my 100% review and picky person.
Complete thread -- He has been told he has had an atrial . . .
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- I guessed it was ancillary, but who knows?
Complete thread -- it's good to post an answer if you find it because then it is in the archives and s.m.
Complete thread -- It always bothers me when posters do this. Sometimes, it's
Complete thread -- Why would it bother you? Why do you need to know what
Complete thread -- Does this bother anybody else? ...What was it?
Complete thread -- NM - got it
Complete thread -- The *ace a larry* matrix was not ready at that time.
Complete thread -- old wav still there; without hearing, prob "to contact office" to etc
Complete thread -- Day Two: We had ______ office to reprogram the stimulator
Complete thread -- He had a brain MRI done in Commack. It is lying ___ which I will revi ...
Complete thread -- F/C = Film Coated and from Vimpat "film-coated tablets"
Complete thread -- Thanks, I'll put it with the Vimpat but leave a blank before the 300 because the F/C is
Complete thread -- sheesh...you had already figured that out, I didn't read your first
Complete thread -- VIMPAT® (lacosamide) C-V | vimpat.com
Complete thread -- don't think it is a separate drug but has something to do with the
Complete thread -- s/l F/C (eff slash cee) 300 mg p.o. daily. Not sure if goes with the Vimpat that pre
Complete thread -- another opinion (seem message)
Complete thread -- seconding Your wisdom, wg: "Life is a group effort!"
Complete thread -- SM for my guess
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Glad to have you back, Margaret. I haven't seen you much lately.
Complete thread -- I hear Norco
Complete thread -- She tried to use a walker and the walker was "misleading" It's pretty clear but what
Complete thread -- No question, just statement. I'm constantly AMAZED at high-quality helper answers!
Complete thread -- She is also on Zocor ______ iron supplement and Prilosec
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Welchol maybe?
Complete thread -- Thanks. It almost sounds like Lovaza 75 mcg now but I know it must be something for the
Complete thread -- or: ....deep within the scr.....?
Complete thread -- or perhaps I can hear: mass, in essence, deep, being described fibrotic.?.
Complete thread -- you can try looking up the dosage in the archives SM
Complete thread -- I don't see levothyroxine in doses below 13 mcg.
Complete thread -- The mass was, in essence, deeply "inno-scribed", fibrotic...
Complete thread -- s/l levoxacin 5 mcg daily
Complete thread -- maybe drugs.com ?
Complete thread -- She is also on Zocor *alcol* iron supplement and Prilosec
Complete thread -- That's what I thought at first, but he is really quite clear
Complete thread -- I wish I could hear the beginning of the sentence.
Complete thread -- 80 cc and 40 cc
Complete thread -- Alimentum at 82 s/l "C's" and 43 "C's" per hour
Complete thread -- (or high risk FOR a)
Complete thread -- Yep, was just coming back to say he's stumbling around and it's just "risk of."
Complete thread -- consider: high risk of a cardiac condition
Complete thread -- Does anyone know of a site I can search drugs by dosage?
Complete thread -- The mass was, in essence, deeply "endo-scribed" fibrotic, and scarred in its deeper
Complete thread -- Hmm, I only posted the original question here and I was wondering the same,
Complete thread -- the patient is high risk s/l "sculpture" cardiac condition.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- She has no symptoms in that joint.
Complete thread -- He is dictating the letters. I actually think the MJK is first by itself, then the other
Complete thread -- Ortho note, wav posted.
Complete thread -- Do you know if dictated is actual letters, or it sounds like that?
Complete thread -- You're probably better off asking Stedman something about what their books
Complete thread -- From same dictation below: Orthopedic surveillance 2 weeks, "M-J-K-S-O-S-M" (?).
Complete thread -- Home exercise program advancing to possible "in-theater" PT program discussed (After
Complete thread -- Question was: Why isn't "talotarsal" in Stedman's Orthopedics? - Anyone know?
Complete thread -- wav not there yet
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- can't hear your wav, sorry
Complete thread -- Maybe because there isn't enough room for every combination?
Complete thread -- pretty radical for a shrunken bladder
Complete thread -- the way to a woman's heart is through...
Complete thread -- I type TED. Try archives above (just enter TED) and see if any other discussion or
Complete thread -- Why isn't "talotarsal" in Stedman's Orthopedics?
Complete thread -- Is it Teds compression stockings or T.E.D. compression stockings?
Complete thread -- Is he stumbling over Florinef?
Complete thread -- vesicoplasty
Complete thread -- vulvoplasty
Complete thread -- hmm might want to double check definition
Complete thread -- might want to relisten to see if missed "re" in-stent stenosis
Complete thread -- It is actually valvuloplasty
Complete thread -- Anyway the correct term is probably cystoplasty and this idiot gets a blank.
Complete thread -- then dictator spells ..."vesiluplasty" ....sigh
Complete thread -- patient with shrunken bladder. Will have "vesiculoplasty"
Complete thread -- patient with shrunken bladder. Will have "vesiculoplasty"
Complete thread -- thanks will listen for that.
Complete thread -- spiral CT venography
Complete thread -- vascular word help - sm
Complete thread -- Found: Manton Center for Orphan Disease Research
Complete thread -- Genetics facility: s/l ** Manor ** or Manner or Banner? Center
Complete thread -- He is just stumbling over his words
Complete thread -- Thanks for that correction.
Complete thread -- It sounds to me more like *when packed with white cells*. Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- nitrite for urine, (nitrate for cardiac related stuff)
Complete thread -- with packed white cells
Complete thread -- Xience
Complete thread -- Drug-eluting s/l Zion stent.
Complete thread -- Help with posted wav.
Complete thread -- My psych hospital docs do prescribe Saphris for sleep. It
Complete thread -- You need to give some context as far as the sentence your s/l
Complete thread -- ? bilateral plexectomy
Complete thread -- s/l "amsess" - alcohol abuse protocol
Complete thread -- The "Rules for Posters" are there for a reason. Try reading them and
Complete thread -- tp had a s/l perinoplexectomy
Complete thread -- yes, google prerenal vs postrenal
Complete thread -- Mostly bogus results, only one from a patient, not good source.
Complete thread -- Oh, MAN! I wish you had been here before I flagged it and sent to Q. They are going to
Complete thread -- oh,
Complete thread -- I hear "the patient does take Ativan routinely at home daily."
Complete thread -- Some info on google "Saphris for insomnia"--apparently some docs use it for such.
Complete thread -- That appears to be for schizophrenia, mania or mixed episodes, bipolar I disorder
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks, guys, but this is for anxiety. guess she gets a blank after all.
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- close as could find is Repliva (Iron supplement)
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- unable to find "Ensure" seems this came up before and I could not find it then either
Complete thread -- all I can think of is a protocol i.e., prerenal protocol, say for medications, diet,
Complete thread -- LIFEPAK CR Plus defibrillator (Medtronic)
Complete thread -- Check Saphris. nm
Complete thread -- I guess it's "nurse and LifePak"
Complete thread -- s/l "saferis" for sleep as needed
Complete thread -- maybe s.l ENP is EMG can google.com sample EMG/Nerve Conduction Studies
Complete thread -- Transfer to __Medical Center with s/l "nurison" LifePak
Complete thread -- the uterine artery was coagulated and ligated with "ensure" bipolar
Complete thread -- s/l "Needs to be prerenal for her heart failure" Does that make
Complete thread -- I wondered about that but thought it seemed weird in the middle of a sentence like that.
Complete thread -- s/l thorotic
Complete thread -- could it be the punctuation mark? CHF: stage C
Complete thread -- yes, there can be more than one jet of regurgitation
Complete thread -- CHF s/l "colon" stage C, class 2 to 3
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. Going to flag! I'm seeing as I go on in this
Complete thread -- once upon a time I took piano lessons and my piano teacher taught me how to stretch
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- transesophageal echo question --"mild to moderate 2 jet" regurgitation .
Complete thread -- Past CABG, PCIs
Complete thread -- Dalacin?
Complete thread -- The only thing I can think of is a stool softener/laxative as
Complete thread -- Need something to work with. What are diagnoses, other meds?
Complete thread -- drug s/l dalason
Complete thread -- s/l "groomback" pelvis or groovak?
Complete thread -- In med list: *Lancet 28 grams.* (lancet or lansid, not hearing lantus) Please
Complete thread -- I found Hegar urethral dilators/sounds on google search
Complete thread -- She really sounds like putting a "t" sound at end. I did see that but
Complete thread -- sure not saying Hegar dilators?
Complete thread -- Correction: The patient ____ after he was WALKING in the halls on telemetry!
Complete thread -- s/l "voided" or "pointed" but neither make sense in this context. Cardiology consult
Complete thread -- With *Hogart* dilators, the length was measured at 18 cm. This is an
Complete thread -- Thanks. Yes, it can still be confusing but getting better
Complete thread -- effective. I gave answer despite poster below telling you to google because
Complete thread -- Lolz :) I wish that every single day!
Complete thread -- google: affective versus effective
Complete thread -- The "if" makes it a statement. I am wondering, is it possible for him.. would be ques.
Complete thread -- effective or affective?
Complete thread -- the preceding "with" was throwing everything off! He throws withs in like ums! Sorry all
Complete thread -- I almost flagged and then it hit me! the patient was "left in permissive" hypertension.
Complete thread -- Flagging. Thx anyway!
Complete thread -- The patient was with left "inpumacil hypertension and then later started on Norvasc a
Complete thread -- That's how I'd do it. : )
Complete thread -- I'd consider.. " Allen's test, also Allen test, is used to test blood supply to the hand,
Complete thread -- it's a statement
Complete thread -- commas needed?
Complete thread -- statement
Complete thread -- more context
Complete thread -- MPRESSION: Allen 2 injury, left index finger.
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- Please give proper context.
Complete thread -- It depends on what was said before and after. As a stand alone I'd
Complete thread -- question or statement?
Complete thread -- is there an S/L Allen 2? injury, pt cut his finger with power saw
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! Sorry I didn't proofread before posting!
Complete thread -- ;-)
Complete thread -- heh I wish they would dictate in plano English...
Complete thread -- efferent nerve potential(s)??
Complete thread -- agree with stroke
Complete thread -- please note: A left ventricular ejection fraction...(not and)
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- plano-type? (like your plain old tho LOL)
Complete thread -- er...sagittal...lol
Complete thread -- Saggital saw was then used to perform a "plain old" type joint resection
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hmm...perhaps stork is correct because conversion rxn = hysterical (non-neurological) 4 =
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? stroke paralysis
Complete thread -- conversion disorder with "a stork's paralysis"
Complete thread -- dialyzed via femoral
Complete thread -- dialyzed via (her/the) femoral (access) because
Complete thread -- stuttering over "positive
Complete thread -- dialyzed yesterday with a *femoral* because her arm was swollen
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- consider cranial
Complete thread -- having ... changed mind to had an infiltrate in her IV access.
Complete thread -- came in because of pain in arm and having ____ infiltrate in her (and another questio
Complete thread -- flagging... thanks
Complete thread -- consequences were noted?
Complete thread -- Sending on...thanks for the suggestions
Complete thread -- irritable behaviors, derogatory-type behaviors. _____ noted. The patient was given
Complete thread -- Oh, thanks. It was puzzling.
Complete thread -- extraforaminal stenosis?
Complete thread -- Accolate (for asthma) Alkeran (chemotherapy) ??
Complete thread -- Was one paragraph - paragraph breaks correct?
Complete thread -- Pt has peronality disorder and all other allergies are psych meds if that helps.
Complete thread -- allergy to "alkerlape" ...doc spelled but I can't find anything remotely close. TIA!
Complete thread -- wow thanks everyone
Complete thread -- using and saying "feeding" indicates completely smooth exterior, no Foley cuff balloon.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ventral Marlex mesh, and (not where)... ICU because of his pulmonary
Complete thread -- pulmonary aeration?
Complete thread -- ventral Marlex mesh...
Complete thread -- sm pls
Complete thread -- Yep, me too but can't hear that here.
Complete thread -- check
Complete thread -- neural foraminal (not neuroforaminal as some might suggest) 2
Complete thread -- s/l clonial nerve neuroma
Complete thread -- neural foraminal stenosis
Complete thread -- s/l ocural foraminal stenosis
Complete thread -- According to the BOS and everywhere I've ever worked, it is most definitely 0.5/6
Complete thread -- (actually...below)
Complete thread -- tx much
Complete thread -- Can't help but agree with the above. (!)
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- seminoma
Complete thread -- seminoma of left testicle
Complete thread -- seminoma of the left testicle
Complete thread -- you mean the dictation consisted of only a med list?
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- Ok...thank you very much!
Complete thread -- what does it sound like?
Complete thread -- I would say dictator is reading off the chart and the "v" looked like an "r" and pronounce
Complete thread -- s/l no-vo virus....very clear "v" sound in there...not norovirus TIA!
Complete thread -- yes, that's it.
Complete thread -- Thanks...flagged it.
Complete thread -- low-molecular weight heparin?
Complete thread -- That was I thought originally, too. Thanks.
Complete thread -- pat with antiphospholipid antibody syndrome-hear electrolyte clearly
Complete thread -- Guessing ~ I will check a peripheral scan?
Complete thread -- captopril scan, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- check "keprofull" scan and renal Doppler ultrasound to check for
Complete thread -- do a new search on the WB poster (bjcbej) and you will see
Complete thread -- should have googled, it is feeding, sorry
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- I left the "feeding" tube in place in the urethra sm please
Complete thread -- Hiya Morgan!! I cannot wait for you to be banned!!!!
Complete thread -- Methinks you need to go back to school and study grammar
Complete thread -- It is not Morgan, it is the Morgan, who, is continually berated by this stalker
Complete thread -- You should talk LO on the board constantly, shame on you, you don't seem to help yourself
Complete thread -- PRI and *apro* assessments were done.
Complete thread -- just sayin':this one is another stalker or IS the regular stalker
Complete thread -- and you must be the Morgan stalker who continually berates
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think ok, just fancy way of saying what was pulse lavaged "with"
Complete thread -- agree fornix/fornices
Complete thread -- fornix
Complete thread -- thanks everyone
Complete thread -- thanks for the vit. link, was wondering if was taking too much (2000)
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I think "1/6 or half/6" is fine and the meaning is perfectly clear.
Complete thread -- 250 was meant as the number of pills dispensed, not "dose"
Complete thread -- Speech is clear, coherent, *but*
Complete thread -- how to write something.....
Complete thread -- yes that is it...thx so much
Complete thread -- protozoa?
Complete thread -- s/l...port-a-zil-a...sm
Complete thread -- This must be Morgan. She is the only one who continually berates
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Toomey
Complete thread -- Toomey
Complete thread -- syringe name used for catheter irrigations that s/l "toohmy" syringes.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1. printer 2. an easy
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- I was thinking hematoma, but there is a "p" in there! Thanks. I will suggest this.
Complete thread -- hepatoma (cancer in the liver) or hematoma (blood collection)?
Complete thread -- Blank s/l "heep-in-toma" or "peep-in-toma."
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Going with Toviaz. Thx.
Complete thread -- Sounds like Stein-Leventhal syndrome, which is not an orthopedic
Complete thread -- First thing that came to mind was Tobradex, but I would not guess on a medication
Complete thread -- Medication help pls. Sm
Complete thread -- thank you ...
Complete thread -- I was always taught to NOT capitalize genus names unless they are accompanied by a species
Complete thread -- Is mycobacterium capitalized when by itself ...
Complete thread -- new one for me! thanks
Complete thread -- Atrium?
Complete thread -- s/l sign level salt syndrome -- TIA!
Complete thread -- Implants: 10 x 15 cm *atria* mesh x2.
Complete thread -- sickle?
Complete thread -- a 8.0 mm marking s/l circle was used to make a circle at the site.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would put it in HPI
Complete thread -- you.
Complete thread -- pls sm neonate in ICU
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't verify that, but don't have a better suggestion either.
Complete thread -- could it be "failure?" I see corneal failure, and corneal endothelial
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- it was pulse lavaged with 3 liters of bacitracin s/l containment. is it right?
Complete thread -- I did find it at 125 mg. I bet you're right. He's just a little dyslexic with the pronun
Complete thread -- P.S. It's an OTC med
Complete thread -- Consider resveratrol, but check dose, I'm not familiar with dose.
Complete thread -- med s/l resurvitol oral 125 mg daily
Complete thread -- s/l corneal-ophilia
Complete thread -- ya, that's what I used. TY.
Complete thread -- vault? (google middle nasal vault --is there anything else in the
Complete thread -- He sleeps on a 45 degree angle, which he h as done since his _________ ...
Complete thread -- I think it's cylinder cast. Never mind. :)
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- B-Lynch suture? Not my area of expertise but it turned up for me
Complete thread -- I'm sure you're right -
Complete thread -- ? bifurcation
Complete thread -- enough?
Complete thread -- three times a day is unusual for Lasix dosing
Complete thread -- I thought it was kinda funny!
Complete thread -- mp3 help pls sm.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I do too, but wasn't getting it until he said the social history where he
Complete thread -- I usually hear something like her husband, or son/daughter is at
Complete thread -- She is awake and alert, "har treat uh tuss" at the bedside.
Complete thread -- didn't any of your teachers ever show you how to look something up?
Complete thread -- I think he's slurring ocular.
Complete thread -- caution not to injure any of the s/l "axi-lar" muscles.
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE: Primary low-transverse cesarean section via pfannenstiel s ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- genu
Complete thread -- anterior s/l "geeno" of the cavernous segment.
Complete thread -- Beats me. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Guess so. Later says "dose increased to 20 mg daily for persistent edema"
Complete thread -- Does "Lasix 10 mg 3 times a week for 3 weeks" make sense? I would think 3 times a day
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- he says it again later and it s/l "gunsation" of the brachial plexus
Complete thread -- tibial interface?
Complete thread -- Nonweightbearing short leg cast?
Complete thread -- that must be it -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- proximal s/l "desiccation" that appeared to have been incised during our dissection
Complete thread -- Sometimes you just gotta verify what you think you hear, lol.
Complete thread -- probably Exjade
Complete thread -- Orthopedic question
Complete thread -- patient with thalassemia major, iron overload, (ESL) doc dictates..
Complete thread -- wav posted. It may be some debonding of the ________ face
Complete thread -- latissimus?
Complete thread -- 250 of D2 is way too low
Complete thread -- Teach a man to fish and all that jazz. I think it is a better solution to easy
Complete thread -- CHIEF COMPLAINT: Mass on her left back. HISTORY OF PRESENT IL ...
Complete thread -- good to go! TY. :) Sometimes, you just gotta type it as you hear it!
Complete thread -- Type "rent in the extensor mechanism" (in quotes) in Google
Complete thread -- rip?
Complete thread -- diagnosis of a minor s/l rent in the extensor mechanism or capsule with hyperflexion
Complete thread -- it might be vitamin D2 250= (the amount dispensed) rewind and relisten q4h?
Complete thread -- Any context?
Complete thread -- I agree with carol. seems like the 50 after D2 was a stutter that he dictated at the end
Complete thread -- Vitamin D2 50,000 units one capsule q.4 h.
Complete thread -- That's a good guess.. I'll check it out. Thanks for taking the time!
Complete thread -- s/l lathymatis mass ...
Complete thread -- penny = below knee?
Complete thread -- discharge meds (ESL)
Complete thread -- "penny" paresthesia (very thick hispanic accent)
Complete thread -- oops did it again, hit enter too soon aka - e c n a j p
Complete thread -- nevermind. Low TIBC 84.0 nm
Complete thread -- Hispanic dr. in lab values "low TIBCA at 4.0." nm
Complete thread -- Thanks for that additional insight.
Complete thread -- here is one (but without clues?)- CPPD chest percussion and postural drainage
Complete thread -- I listened again, still hear "to the". I attributed his sounds like
Complete thread -- Oh jeez! Yep, that's it. Overthinking I guess. TY!!
Complete thread -- Somewhere in there he is mumbling something, perhaps stumbling. Will use what you suggest
Complete thread -- normal saline
Complete thread -- s/l "romosalin" infusion to keep the IV line open
Complete thread -- hyperbaric (treatment)
Complete thread -- cm proximal to the capitellar and anterior -- where the portal was placed.
Complete thread -- I was telling that person where it was. capitellar is the adj, capitellum is noun
Complete thread -- sorry, that makes no sense (to me)
Complete thread -- I hear proximal to the capitellum and anterior
Complete thread -- ?hyperbaric O2 therapy
Complete thread -- I hear now "proximal moved but capitellar and anterior." Anyone else? Thanks
Complete thread -- I know it is capitellum, but I hear 'capitellar' (as in area). It is the elbow.
Complete thread -- It doesn't sound like hypersensative :/ I listened again and it sound ...
Complete thread -- cap·i·tel·lum (kp-tlm)
Complete thread -- he/she DID answer it. How about taking a chill pill and don't worry
Complete thread -- Just a try!
Complete thread -- help..
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- rude
Complete thread -- here, let me google that for you. see link.
Complete thread -- ray is correct
Complete thread -- yes, it's fine
Complete thread -- Where on the body is this?
Complete thread -- proximal to the
Complete thread -- No TFC tenderness, other than the metacarpal tenderness of the first **ray**.
Complete thread -- ... 1 or 2 cm "proximally moved from capitellar" and anterior.
Complete thread -- but you might want to spell it correctly, oops
Complete thread -- assitive devices?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! nm
Complete thread -- 74-year-old with right knee pain
Complete thread -- nm, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- PhosLo Gelcaps?
Complete thread -- Patient is on (s/l) phospho-gel capsules.... Has anyone heard of this? Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- We are going to give him some s/l crizzycan, some MVI. He is on folic acid,
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- here is what I googled ("* needle" transeptal vena cava)
Complete thread -- I'm just having a sighing kind of day.
Complete thread -- Brockenbrough transseptal needle, aka, BRK or BRK1
Complete thread -- Google the following and you will have your answer
Complete thread -- Ah, I think that's it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- regional?
Complete thread -- see message please -- re: Cardiac catheterization
Complete thread -- I would -- I've heard a few of mine state it that way, too!
Complete thread -- On echo, wall motion is grossly normal. *Renal* wall motion cannot be well...
Complete thread -- No pitosis noted on cranial nerve exam. Resident. Should I assume ptosis?
Complete thread -- You know, it is rambling because this is taken straight from a standard
Complete thread -- IMO, either doc is confused and just rambling his normal male ROS, or could it be
Complete thread -- In GU review of systems, female. "Denies flank pain, impotence or abnormal
Complete thread -- found?
Complete thread -- pouch and could not be visualized or be _____ with the help of forceps and foreign bo
Complete thread -- Per the AKC.. Scottish Terrier, often called the "Scottie," is best recognized for its di
Complete thread -- CONTEXT?????????
Complete thread -- I would think they went in through the thigh to to up to the brain. There are
Complete thread -- When unsure, we're told not to expand even if in impression.
Complete thread -- On second thought, the source is Wikipedia (eek, I just noticed that)
Complete thread -- sure, makes sense
Complete thread -- Here's a link, maybe they aren't different but separate entities of one disease?
Complete thread -- what is the context?
Complete thread -- They seem to be VERY different things by googling. You know, I would
Complete thread -- yes indeed
Complete thread -- which is it?
Complete thread -- Punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions...
Complete thread -- Both LCLs are minimally *lax* to an equal amount in extension and flexion.
Complete thread -- Thanks! That's what I was thinking but wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something.
Complete thread -- what's with the sigh?
Complete thread -- refer to? look for? wait for?
Complete thread -- cuff
Complete thread -- prefer?
Complete thread -- s/l fufer??
Complete thread -- I believe it is innominate.
Complete thread -- patient with patellofemoral contusion. She is to use a cartilage s/l calf/cap/cup/
Complete thread -- I think either is acceptable, guess I'll leave it at that - too many spellings
Complete thread -- PT note. ESL but not too bad. He says "omminant" twice (because he tends
Complete thread -- Scottie is actually the correct spelling. I just researched dictionaries
Complete thread -- Seems most logical, huh? I had been trying to hear that but just couldn't. Thanks though
Complete thread -- Scotty dog
Complete thread -- radiation?
Complete thread -- scottie dog, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- this is brain anatomy
Complete thread -- Closed head injury. S/l sky dog
Complete thread -- how about vena saphena?
Complete thread -- Mr. X was referred for additional s/l "enteration" along with Temodar.
Complete thread -- Nuclear you mean? Never heard of nudlear
Complete thread -- Oh boy - it's *nudlear*. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- she underwent exercise *luker* testing on the treadmill w/o chest pain or EKG changes
Complete thread -- WOW! I can't believe Google didn't give me anything on my S/L! Thanks ...
Complete thread -- Closest vein I can think of would be the vein of Galen? there is a sylvian vein, but
Complete thread -- a bit of clarification; SMA=superior mesenteric artery is location sm
Complete thread -- thanks got them. FEV1 and vital. DLCL maybe DLCO???
Complete thread -- Thanks - that is more than I found! I will listen to see if he is saying F instead of A.
Complete thread -- Link for you
Complete thread -- CombiRx - sm
Complete thread -- s/l vein of ** sir - VEL **
Complete thread -- labs.
Complete thread -- I only see "IIF"
Complete thread -- am finding II-F
Complete thread -- This is a 36 year-old female who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis ...
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of a Bosniak II "A-type" cyst?
Complete thread -- Ty, Kim. Anyone else?
Complete thread -- thank you I will relisten..
Complete thread -- centrilobular?
Complete thread -- some type of emphysema see sentence
Complete thread -- I would type the 2nd example
Complete thread -- Punctuation help; please see inside.
Complete thread -- Got it. She says later as tethered.
Complete thread -- mass in the pelvis *pittering* the bladder.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- sure, see link
Complete thread -- Dall-Miles
Complete thread -- aspiration or **lavage* of the calcification noted on the x-ray.
Complete thread -- Dall-Miles cable
Complete thread -- not really :o( - I think it is a bad recording too.
Complete thread -- We had to place a s/l*doll's mouth*cable separately for fixation of this fracture.
Complete thread -- This would probably be a LOT easier if you could just get samples of this
Complete thread -- vaginal wall and a diamond-shaped _____ dissection of the cystocele
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- THANK YOU SO MUCH
Complete thread -- blood-stained in this case.
Complete thread -- blood stained or blood-stained??
Complete thread -- SMA stent
Complete thread -- stent.. see sentence
Complete thread -- sure
Complete thread -- Due to the positioning(?), a small....
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- placed on the IP ligament. _____ a small portion of
Complete thread -- Sequential "portions of parametria and" broad ligament were....
Complete thread -- Oh, good one, thanks!
Complete thread -- Denies any recurrent history of tendinitis or [epiphysitis]. Make sense? Slurring.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- A few ?s
Complete thread -- All the previous *numbers* were inspected and minimal bleeding was noted.
Complete thread -- All the previous *numbers* were inspected and minimal bleeding was noted.
Complete thread -- on each side. . wav was kinda short...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- inferior to superior ______ with a single-tooth tenaculum
Complete thread -- Bayer Cardio 100
Complete thread -- native SVG?
Complete thread -- "NSVG" was anastamosed to the 2nd obtuse marginal
Complete thread -- oops, hit enter too soon, didn't own post
Complete thread -- click link
Complete thread -- google aspirin 100 mg, it does come in that dose.
Complete thread -- doc says aspirin 81 mg, excuse me 100 mg once daily. I need to flag this for
Complete thread -- agree, release of air was noted etc
Complete thread -- release
Complete thread -- direct vision. _______ of air was noted upon
Complete thread -- yep, just found it myself. Thanks for confirmation
Complete thread -- I don't find Trek stent, there is TREK & MINI TREK Coronary Dilatation Catheter link
Complete thread -- Xolair?
Complete thread -- Autoimmune urticaria/urticarial vasculitis drug
Complete thread -- here is actual name from Abbott Vascular website
Complete thread -- Thanks all! Will flag.
Complete thread -- I listened but couldn't say for sure either. I would leave a blank.
Complete thread -- I might just flag. Will give it a few minutes more.
Complete thread -- from drugs.com Methylprednisolone ? instead of methyl progesterone.
Complete thread -- Will do. I was not sure of it either. Cystic was a guess. It ends with tic
Complete thread -- hmm, better, but no real sure it is some "cystic" wait for others.
Complete thread -- There is a test rapid urease test done at scoping, so could have determined where the
Complete thread -- I made it a little longer. Best I could make it. It sounds perhaps like cystic or
Complete thread -- will do!
Complete thread -- ya need to repost, the dictation is garbled/double speak, can't make out
Complete thread -- C-, T- and L-spines.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- wav file. Thank.
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Menest (estrogen)?
Complete thread -- drug s/l menist 0.2 mg
Complete thread -- 1st "and desires a laparoscopic" 2nd - "vena cava ligation for DVT and PE"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- A whoosh of air?
Complete thread -- was entered under direct vision. *woodis* of air was noted upon entering
Complete thread -- couple of questions
Complete thread -- amalgam?
Complete thread -- Guess ~ femoralization?
Complete thread -- s/l formalization? Can't document
Complete thread -- buccal surface of tooth#K built up with s/l ORM. thank you.
Complete thread -- that's an even better choice! (guesser from below)
Complete thread -- Occassional pelgeroid neutrophils identified ...
Complete thread -- taken to rule out Helicobacter?
Complete thread -- would either helical basket or helical passer fit here?
Complete thread -- It is one word per Trademark link above. As far as idiosyncratic caps,
Complete thread -- very confused here. This patient had an EGD to remove a food bolus in his esophagus.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- consisting of orthostatic hypotension
Complete thread -- An episode of syncope ___________ orthostatic ______ during his induct ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- found for him in the
Complete thread -- Ocassional __________ neutrophils identified. ...
Complete thread -- Of note, as of January 2011, five 10/10 unrelated donors had been ____ ...
Complete thread -- topoisomerase II inhibitor...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- upfront therapy is what I hear. check it out further
Complete thread -- Instead, we discussed treatemnt with curative intent, which would incl ...
Complete thread -- versus a phase 3 trial of high-dose ara-C with a newer _________ inhib ...
Complete thread -- trek?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The stent was subsequently postdilated with 5.2 x 12 s/l trec.plsm
Complete thread -- too many ways on web and a bit confused. thank you.
Complete thread -- Help pls, renal angioplasty, is it SpartaCore wire, Sparta Core, Spartacore wire?tq
Complete thread -- A trace amount of ?
Complete thread -- first one could be F3 IDT
Complete thread -- dunno. do you know from where they got this bone marrow? this is one instance where some
Complete thread -- not sure if the first one is ITD or ITT, second one is D835, third one is MPN1
Complete thread -- In addition ______ and ________ mutations were negative and ________ m ...
Complete thread -- ________ bone marrow showed aplasia ...
Complete thread -- by ECG criteria
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the input, sm. Good points raised.
Complete thread -- he says it again later and s/l calf front to foot. I think he's getting a blank.
Complete thread -- There is definitely an *and* in there, now almost s/l calf foos and foot.
Complete thread -- I'll listen again.
Complete thread -- I'
Complete thread -- Yep, typo!
Complete thread -- are you sure that's not EHL?
Complete thread -- maybe stumbled and just calf to foot?
Complete thread -- You guys are right, and good! Thanks.
Complete thread -- of his head, C, T, and L-spine.
Complete thread -- How would you write this sentence?
Complete thread -- I'll relisten.
Complete thread -- Tinel?
Complete thread -- I bet it's Tinel.
Complete thread -- I forgot to say that if you hear something else, of course
Complete thread -- I think chronics is a good bet, wouldn't matter if the word
Complete thread -- s/l positive *meld* at the right elbow. sm
Complete thread -- good thought, and I suppose it could be "chronic" incorrectly enunciated
Complete thread -- What else is pt being treated for? Something that requires chronic antibiotics?
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? sm
Complete thread -- pt with gastro issues - (s/l cornicks) were avoided
Complete thread -- S&I as a coding phrase usually means the CPT code billing is split between
Complete thread -- That makes sense, thank you!!
Complete thread -- oops, not ortho, but cardiovascular, working on more than one thing here
Complete thread -- Thanks every one. Didn't sound snarky. Must have had a typo in my google, cause I didnt
Complete thread -- ahh thanks for sharing, was really wondering, did look too. Those coding sites n
Complete thread -- didn't sound snarky at all
Complete thread -- an intuitive basis
Complete thread -- (hope that didn't sound snarky-wasn't meant to be)
Complete thread -- Me either. Kinda funny what googling the OP's exact sound like brings up.
Complete thread -- s/l L o m b i q i q z may be Kombiglyze (diabetes) pt diabetic
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi, I'd never heard of the stat part before.
Complete thread -- It means nerve conduction studies, don't know why they would be stat
Complete thread -- NC-stat as a screening tool for carpal tunnel syndrome
Complete thread -- Lots of talking in background
Complete thread -- Wild guess, bat-wing catheter?
Complete thread -- Neurology consult. s/l *NC stat* studies. sm
Complete thread -- turbinate?
Complete thread -- wow - I'd have never gotten that. New term for me. Thanks!
Complete thread -- chronic sinusitis right inferior s/l untonate
Complete thread -- Ortho surgery s/l ba-gerby catheter
Complete thread -- surgery is inguinal hernia repair
Complete thread -- S & I
Complete thread -- cone-down lateral?
Complete thread -- s/l evolved
Complete thread -- AP, lateral, and S/L spirolateral? views of the L-spine are preformed on x-ray
Complete thread -- medication. dictator is referring to a medication allegedly spelled by
Complete thread -- is there something called a S/L Thalmis? injection (pt is allergic to this)
Complete thread -- SUMMARY AND IMPRESSION?
Complete thread -- "SNI" or "S and I" or "S & I"
Complete thread -- scalp prick?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was googling diasen download...thus not finding it.
Complete thread -- Diasend?
Complete thread -- BVS
Complete thread -- Thanks!! : )
Complete thread -- s/l endiasen??
Complete thread -- ob rpt " a scotput" to ensure picking baby up properly
Complete thread -- Correct
Complete thread -- Could B be 3 as in 3D?
Complete thread -- ultrasound s/l BDS?
Complete thread -- Well, wait, he says 3-4 junction, so I'm thinking hyphen needed.
Complete thread -- Thank you! Would the reference to C "three four" be a disk space? (See
Complete thread -- the - is used to note disc spaces only... those are the discs C3, 4, 5 etc
Complete thread -- yes corrected. TY. "C" criteria?
Complete thread -- MRI of neck. I'm not sure if need to use commas or hyphens here. Please
Complete thread -- METs Metabolic Equivalent of Tasks ...
Complete thread -- (sm).... nondiagnostic exercise stress test by s/l see criteria at functional class 1
Complete thread -- In checking onelook.com both ways, I see both, but the one-word version
Complete thread -- per Word Wise -•time frame – two words, no hyphen.
Complete thread -- time frame or timeframe?
Complete thread -- Can't guess on allergies, but propafenone came to mind.
Complete thread -- I hear Lasix
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- WAG Gowers
Complete thread -- does not have an abnormal *girdge* sign to both lower extremities
Complete thread -- how about septal graft
Complete thread -- is it soft or hard g? leans or lines?
Complete thread -- with muscle *para gena leins* 4/5
Complete thread -- That sounds better. I think I got away with changing.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- to protect the back area?
Complete thread -- to pinch and pull with a sudden jerk and twist - Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Complete thread -- tweaking?
Complete thread -- torquing
Complete thread -- with a history of right-sided SI joint pain since the delivery of her ...
Complete thread -- returns concerned with a nasal obstruction. She has a significant nasa ...
Complete thread -- Odd way to put it, but it does make sense to me
Complete thread -- wav file, listen first as I put what I think it should translate out to.
Complete thread -- bet that is it.
Complete thread -- Chest has "good noises" - never heard it this way but that is what it sounds like.
Complete thread -- returns status post (s/l omos) to the left eye. He has healed well. I ...
Complete thread -- Ophthalmology, s/l "aps/abs" ?
Complete thread -- gray eschar tissue
Complete thread -- That is what I heard. She phrases