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Complete thread --
Complete thread -- It's called tools of the trade. You should be willing to invest in your own future!
Complete thread -- You don't mean dictionary, silly, you mean specialty book. Overseas or new?
Complete thread -- I have a Stedman's book for nearly every specialty I type - and many are supplied by my
Complete thread -- ophthalmologic?
Complete thread -- A good idea for others to answer this ? would be to have put the
Complete thread -- You have no clue what a Stedman's is? It is a DICTIONARY!
Complete thread -- awesome, thank you.
Complete thread -- Well patient was see before, this is a recheck, but I didn't type that report and don't
Complete thread -- s/b patellar and wick fits --sm
Complete thread -- Did they put a wick in the wound earlier? (since you said STILL an open wound
Complete thread -- "Musculoskeletal and skin: Still an open wound over the patella re ...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- yes, indices makes sense. sm for info
Complete thread -- "Opinions" are often worthless. Documented references are where it's at!!
Complete thread -- "Anemia had worsened a little bit last month and I wanted to reche ...
Complete thread -- I would put ophthalmology
Complete thread -- okay thanks, just wanted to get another MT's opinion, greatly appreciated :)
Complete thread -- BTW, if you look up keratoses in the dictionary, it is pronounced keratosees
Complete thread -- Last ophtho exam was in June
Complete thread -- The "lesions" are plural right? So wouldn't the keratoses be also?
Complete thread -- when to use keratosis vs. keratoses
Complete thread -- I found Thimerosal,which is used as a preservative in vaccines, but I ...
Complete thread -- Sure, thanks for asking...and helping. Time - moriss - all TimOR ...
Complete thread -- need a better s/l. can you write it phonetically with syllable emphasis? TIMorisol or
Complete thread -- S/L *timorisol
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- catecholaminergic maybe?
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- This board is about as dead as dead can be; nite y'all, and stay warm!
Complete thread -- FYI while beach chair is not hyphenated, it is
Complete thread -- agree, should read "Lasix IV, nitroglycerin drip,"
Complete thread -- BTW, shouldn't the "IV" go with the Lasix and not the nitroglycerin drip?
Complete thread -- I agree. Thanks.
Complete thread -- He is having hypoglycemia; usually able to sense. ??
Complete thread -- immediately after resident presented to the service????
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- He was treated with Lasix, IV nitroglycerin drip, Lovenox, aspirin, hydralazine, sm
Complete thread -- Yes, I was there and couldn't find it either. He's probably saying it wrong.
Complete thread -- Here is a link. that's the closest I could find
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound quite like Bowerston, I'll listen again tho. Thanks
Complete thread -- Bowerston
Complete thread -- Or He has very fair skin.
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- City in Ohio that s/l "bowsalton"...no other clues.
Complete thread -- Yep, that is it, I can hear it now...thanks so much. nm
Complete thread -- no, but he is very fair-skinned would.
Complete thread -- Persantine Myoview
Complete thread -- He is very fair skin-make sense?
Complete thread -- I honestly couldn't even understand that sentence until Mgt helped.
Complete thread -- Giving "procedures"....sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- assuming much?
Complete thread -- monies. It is lacking something.
Complete thread -- "This is not a cosmetic procedure or cosmetic use of the medication" would be clearer re
Complete thread -- is the sentence okay or is it lacking? pls sm
Complete thread -- wag: (cardiac? cardiology?) (disease?, division?) catheterization room?
Complete thread -- what hospital?
Complete thread -- It's CDCR, some kind of dept. for cardiac cath. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Now, THAT is the best answer I have seen in ages. And, I really needed that laugh. TNX!
Complete thread -- Pt. admitted to s/l CBCR for cardiac catheterization. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Exactly how many dictionaries does Stedman have?
Complete thread -- confluent nodular ground glass component (I'
Complete thread -- could it be "and great loss of bilat LE MF"? Could "g" be lost in prior "d"??
Complete thread -- probably DID say maintenance, meaning "its staying" or "its remaining" in true lu not crea
Complete thread -- (w/o hearing) "bat" is probably allergist's slang for "battery" of skin test antigens.
Complete thread -- No, "You dumbass, lazy, ill-prepared MT, get one!" is rude.
Complete thread -- manifest can be adj as well as noun & verb. "has been manifest" works for me almost as wel
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Can't take the heat, then get out of the kitchen. Besides, I've got just about
Complete thread -- That's very true. If one needs to document something, perhaps they should
Complete thread -- You have GOT TO BE KIDDING!!!!
Complete thread -- I think it is a healthy suggestion for someone who needs to back up something that
Complete thread -- Medical dictionary available free at onelook
Complete thread -- I think "might get one" is rude
Complete thread -- clipped it to the drape for safety
Complete thread -- No, you are not
Complete thread -- What a nasty jerk. Sorry to have offered you documentation. You are a joke.
Complete thread -- Wow. That poster just gave you reference book documentation and you can't
Complete thread -- if I got a Stedman dictionary
Complete thread -- forget it
Complete thread -- We then removed the dilator and clipped the sensor wire to the s/l "drape to safety."
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- When you don't share all the pertinent information up front, then we can assume all sort
Complete thread -- Stedman's Orth shows 2 words, beach chair, no hyphen.
Complete thread -- Thank you! I was hearing "evidence," which made no sense.
Complete thread -- usually there is a reason
Complete thread -- I agree: ...there does seem to be a weight fixation...
Complete thread -- events
Complete thread -- IMO....beach chair
Complete thread -- Did you try a dictionary? Usually my first choice on odd words.
Complete thread -- can't be sure on that one....
Complete thread -- beach chair or beachchair?
Complete thread -- MP3 help. Patient to have port placed.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing weight fixation by the patient
Complete thread -- wav pls
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks.
Complete thread -- agreed
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- I would type 2.0 K bath or would change K to potassium if able
Complete thread -- including the 2.0-mEq/L K bath, the dominant K bath prescription in most patients
Complete thread -- has been manifested or is manifest... would just add ed on it
Complete thread -- Will dialyze using a "2-0-K bath" ~ how do you type this?
Complete thread -- Fukuda (retractor) maybe
Complete thread -- Better question is why you had to feel it was not and take it so darn personal.
Complete thread -- We then placed the s/l "fucuda," cleaned out the joint,
Complete thread -- thanks lilik....
Complete thread -- Your doc seems to be confusing "made manifest" with "manifested." :-)
Complete thread -- "manifest" trouble. Is there some use of manifest that makes the past tense sm..
Complete thread -- no, no, no, yes, yes, yes, no, yes, no yes, poll
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- here let me google that for you.......see link
Complete thread -- hmmmmm.. odd. what is being done, how is it used?
Complete thread -- is there a #0 curette?
Complete thread -- torsed
Complete thread -- Thanks but she's saying "for a twisted ovary"
Complete thread -- s/l "rate" loss. plse sm for context
Complete thread -- twisted?
Complete thread -- studded?
Complete thread -- Status post unilateral oophorectomy "for too sted ovary" back in 1950s.
Complete thread -- ;-) thanks
Complete thread -- yes, the snow was piled very high, he needed to get around, so he took an awkward
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- i think she is referring to a test, not a specific allergy. thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- will get this mess off the page once and for all. This is absurd
Complete thread -- Oh for crying out loud. No it didn't. No I didn't. I never said anyone was rude to me
Complete thread -- s/l "maintenance" in the true lumen of the graft was performed was confirmed by twirl
Complete thread -- I sent Saunders a note regarding this!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Heck, we've been finding little errors in Stedman's resources for years. It happens.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Thats frustrating.
Complete thread -- excise back (as in direction) devitalized (necrotic dying) tendon sounds fine.
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- Its Trilipix according to the manufacturer's website trilipix.com
Complete thread -- THANKS I guess Saunders is wrong in their 2010 Drug Book
Complete thread -- So much for Saunders being the perfect resource that someone thinks it is.
Complete thread -- http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=trilipix&aql=&oq=tripile&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wi
Complete thread -- I know I am very confused as to which is right.
Complete thread -- Hmm . . . that's disquieting. rxlist.com has Trilipix . . .
Complete thread -- awesome both of you thanks.
Complete thread -- Trilipex Versus Trilipix?
Complete thread -- seed grass?
Complete thread -- it is a left arm wound
Complete thread -- where are you anatomically? rest of the report would help
Complete thread -- surgery
Complete thread -- dysgeusia?? WAG
Complete thread -- dysgeusia?
Complete thread -- Patient on chemotherapy, has headaches.
Complete thread -- posted the wav regarding post below 'seebass' 'seebat'. Thanks much!
Complete thread -- posted and thanks.
Complete thread -- I will try to upload the wav.
Complete thread -- Thank you a buch. Good info.
Complete thread -- Can you narrow it down? grass, food, everything? I'm coming up with zilch.
Complete thread -- Sure does, thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Ogilvie's?
Complete thread -- that may just be it - thanks! So rusty anymore. nm
Complete thread -- foci of patchy ... nodular ground-glass
Complete thread -- Would Ogilvie's syndrome fit? (check spelling)
Complete thread -- try terazosin
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- "urasocyn" s/l - The patient was started on "urasocyn" for urinary sm
Complete thread -- Your original words were "I knew", not "I felt". Plain as day.
Complete thread -- s/l "foke-et patchy" reticular nodular infiltrate; s/l "confront nodular" ground-glas
Complete thread -- OMG! Thanks so very much!
Complete thread -- volar approach of Henry
Complete thread -- ESL: s/l aug-ee-o-vees syndrome
Complete thread -- approach of Henry.
Complete thread -- Sorry! It's there now - THanks for tellling me.
Complete thread -- There's no WAV file there ...
Complete thread -- We will get a s/l 'seebass' or 'seebat' or 'seebap'1 & 2 to test for her allergies.
Complete thread -- Thanks for l@@king. ...
Complete thread -- makes sense. thanks.
Complete thread -- nope..not at all.
Complete thread -- WAV posted plse sm
Complete thread -- simpler would be just googling parentheses punctuation
Complete thread -- med help - sm
Complete thread -- A tip would be to simply Google "should punctuation go inside or outside parentheses."
Complete thread -- I've always typed "two proximally, one distally, and divided." ...
Complete thread -- vocal cords
Complete thread -- Past surgical history includes previous "s/l super hip and super knee" and cleft
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I am the one Hootie told to suck an egg, and I have not been participating continuously in
Complete thread -- I think "nonreactive" RPR nonreactive
Complete thread -- s/l "ro-met scisscors" not finding any hits or in surgical book. sm plse
Complete thread -- "Her labs returned with an FSH of 60, which is elevated to the pos ...
Complete thread -- thanks kv
Complete thread -- I hear ya. The only thing worse than getting a terrible ESL is getting report after
Complete thread -- Can't hear that, but thanks for trying. He's killin' me today.
Complete thread -- 3.5 ...
Complete thread -- looks like I'm mostly finding 3.5(mm) correct?
Complete thread -- I agree, go boil an egg, have not been on the board much huh?
Complete thread -- Not unless your account prefers it that way. Most places don't bother
Complete thread -- Oh great. Thanks! Learn something new every day in this job : )
Complete thread -- WAG Filshie clips?
Complete thread -- Vitamin D3 - would the 3 be subscript?
Complete thread -- in·ter·ca·late ( n-tûr k -l t ). tr.v. in·ter·ca·lat·ed, in·ter·ca·lat·ing, in·ter·ca·late
Complete thread -- both bone forearm fracture repair. Hardware: Synthes nonlocking three-five plate. sm
Complete thread -- Ohhhhh for pete sakes, I see MUCH worse everyday all the baderging, snipping,
Complete thread -- Lap chole questions please
Complete thread -- The cystic duct and cystic artery were dissected s/l "clearly."
Complete thread -- Neurosurgery, pt with enormous brain clot. sm plz
Complete thread -- Three 5-mm ports were placed along right ribcage and used for s/l "dede sineer extrac
Complete thread -- Remember -- dear helper, you are "suggesting" if OP chooses to accept they will,
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- No, I've tried to hear that though. Thanks.
Complete thread -- paronychia?
Complete thread -- podiatrist to get the ingrown toenail removed and the s/l promchia drained.
Complete thread -- thanks; wasn't sure
Complete thread -- 13 mm? ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Stick a note on your desk somewhere, on a cheat sheet or something.
Complete thread -- Per Gregg Reference Manual, if the item in parentheses is to be treated (sm)
Complete thread -- http://74.125.113.132/search?q=cache:SAAkvvJgy3oJ:www.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/parentheses.h
Complete thread -- You happened. I tell you I felt from the beginning I thought she was j/k
Complete thread -- azygos (lymph) node? (sm)
Complete thread -- Thats it. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Punctuation questions. Pls see msg
Complete thread -- Thanks - I don't like the way lowercase looks either so I'm going with caps. :)
Complete thread -- either
Complete thread -- dependent?
Complete thread -- This is one of those things that can be either way, depending on who/what/where
Complete thread -- you can't either
Complete thread -- Well, which is it? Are you the one saying "I knew she was kidding" at first?
Complete thread -- 5.5 cm s/l "asevist node".
Complete thread -- CSF showed 90 wbc's and 25,380 rbc's. Or should it be WBCs and RBCs?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- It is, at least they give you a 2-year window. I've heard of others losing their jobs
Complete thread -- The gastrostomy button was placed to the s/l( penna_) drainage?
Complete thread -- All we know is that we will more than likely be outsourced in about 2 ...
Complete thread -- you can't either, lol
Complete thread -- Depends on where they outsource it to? What the contract contains? If they
Complete thread -- Really? I must have missed the previous one(s). Today really
Complete thread -- axes
Complete thread -- check for endogenous contributions, namely thyroid & adrenal s/l axa seas
Complete thread -- outsourcing
Complete thread -- You sure can't
Complete thread -- It is what it is. It is what it will be. The earth continues to move on its axis.
Complete thread -- I am sorry. I have seen Hootie be rude before and today was one of those days! She can
Complete thread -- While all of those certainly are great reasons, I don't think they help US
Complete thread -- I told you. I am psychic enough to just know. And I also told you that no matter
Complete thread -- obviously none of us can quit, lol
Complete thread -- The question was, HOW did YOU know hootie was kidding?
Complete thread -- I was just kidding. Glad you caught the typo.
Complete thread -- Not THAT'S cute and funny, lol.
Complete thread -- I did answer it, but you don't like the answer. You are speaking volumes now.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I see you didn't even try to answer my question. That speaks volumes.
Complete thread -- how do you such? That's fascinating!!!
Complete thread -- The only editing would be a comma before "including"
Complete thread -- STOP-Bang scoring model identified apnea or hypopnea with accuracy as high as 100% when c
Complete thread -- Go such an egg!
Complete thread -- I am psychic enough to not have to have all those and I'm also psychic enough to
Complete thread -- I think it's BANG (BMI, Age, Neck, Gender)
Complete thread -- largely (?) edematous feet??..nm
Complete thread -- agree with vacation and ty on "reconsult".
Complete thread -- blank help please+WAV
Complete thread -- It's STOP-Bang.
Complete thread -- Just curious, since obviously you are her psychic friend, what part
Complete thread -- Well, obviously YOU can't quit. LOL
Complete thread -- No, it does not need "editing."
Complete thread -- There is a STOP questionnaire: a tool to screen patients for obstructive sleep apnea. ???
Complete thread -- saying flobee but must mean Folbee
Complete thread -- Then why don't YOU quit posting on the subject! You keep continuing posting as well!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Reading it over, I think I will keep it as dictated
Complete thread -- s/l "stop vein" screen shows she is low risk of obstructive sleep apnea.
Complete thread -- Folbee
Complete thread -- has anyone heard of "Flobee" vitamins? Flobee vitamin 1 daily.
Complete thread -- or which all factor into his disease process.
Complete thread -- I don't see a need to change it.
Complete thread -- I don't see a need to change it.
Complete thread -- I would not change it period, but IF I were allowed, then, I'd choose
Complete thread -- this is as dictated -sm
Complete thread -- If you didn't, someone did, and you did respond to it, again no need to bring
Complete thread -- I know that should be it.. but its not what he is saying. I wish I could send a
Complete thread -- wonder if he was trying to say sabbatical
Complete thread -- ok thank you both
Complete thread -- That's not true. Shows how much you know. I apologized to Questyr the other day and she
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I did not start this resurrection/poll!! How am I wanting attention?
Complete thread -- Rule #1 in MTing. Doctors cannot spell, other than words like Smith, Jones,
Complete thread -- I did need to expand it, and got it, thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks. MD kept spelling it that way.
Complete thread -- what do you think is wrong with it?
Complete thread -- of a vacation off medications? re-consult or reconsult, not 2 words.
Complete thread -- infundibulopelvic ligament?
Complete thread -- Harmonic Scalpel (trademarked)
Complete thread -- ostectomy -- ostectomy /os·tec·to·my/ (os-tek´tah-me) excision of a bone or part of a bone
Complete thread -- s/l cebation off medications (sm)
Complete thread -- I don't think so. It was the volar component and it was extruding volarly. 2 diff
Complete thread -- salpingo-oophorectomy-scalpel was used to transect the s/l
Complete thread -- olecranon osteectomy (cant document?_
Complete thread -- Since he dictated it, I would leave it in. It doesn't "hurt" anything.
Complete thread -- APOLOGY? No one EVER apologizes for ANYTHING here. You cannot be serious.
Complete thread -- Well, give yourself a big old pat on the back. You obviously need some attention today.
Complete thread -- Yep, the OP being hootie. I so hate when OPs get rude after asking for help
Complete thread -- should I delete volar?
Complete thread -- She was not incorrectly corrected below.
Complete thread -- Excuse me. I am not Win. I was the person who gave a friendly suggestion to her. And
Complete thread -- Obviously YOU guys jumping all over her throat think something, so I am
Complete thread -- I doubt seriously hootie was joking. She is very, very rude
Complete thread -- Umm if you were joking, you would have put lol or :). You are quite
Complete thread -- Hootie has posted here a long time. I knew she was kidding and besides, Win is always
Complete thread -- Nope. Not joking at all. Hootie was extremely rude IMO
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l *osmotic poultice*, does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- Who cares what you think of her. She was rude and in the wrong. PERIOD!
Complete thread -- I wasn't involved down below. OP was out of line.
Complete thread -- tumescent??
Complete thread -- "Go suck an egg!" If you were being polite and trying to help an OP here
Complete thread -- what are we doing?
Complete thread -- I LOVE HOOTIE. She is a long-time poster and she is COOL and you buncha stick-in
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Don't think you're going to find anyone here to agree with you on that one.
Complete thread -- s/l "Chu methods" infusions were placed along the outside of the vein
Complete thread -- ok, thanks everyone for the input
Complete thread -- nope and can't find jack on it either. administration are commonly used for cocaine: sno
Complete thread -- Can't say that I have. :) Sorry
Complete thread -- no, it's quite clear, just wondered if anyone had come across it before.
Complete thread -- smoking?
Complete thread -- LOL! I like the way you spell "in sane" :o)
Complete thread -- slang term to do with cocaine, s/l snorkeling (not snorting) anyone heard of this? sm
Complete thread -- Are you asking us if YOU need to expand it?
Complete thread -- thanks, maybe just trying to say Kernig's
Complete thread -- google copd cap
Complete thread -- need to expand CAP ??
Complete thread -- Kernig or Brudzinski?
Complete thread -- s/l cun-ick-uh-rigs?
Complete thread -- lol, you don't know me too well...that was mild and yeah it was joking around :)
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- "Go suck an egg! Be sure to correct any punctuation you might not be happy with" does not
Complete thread -- This stuff drives me in sane!
Complete thread -- thanks, answered above
Complete thread -- thank you very much!!!!
Complete thread -- Well I was. If you take this board that seriously, you may need to find a life...
Complete thread -- extended beta lactamase resistance
Complete thread -- WAV posted (re my UTI question 3 posts down) thanks
Complete thread -- WAV posted (just not sure)
Complete thread -- sounds more like this one.. sigh--not sure though..
Complete thread -- That's it, thanks!
Complete thread -- success of post lap s/l PT reanastomoses would likely be in the 25%-50% range because
Complete thread -- sm for my suggestions...
Complete thread -- Im still here... long report. I will go back and listen for your suggestions. Thanks
Complete thread -- Punctuation help! thanks.
Complete thread -- crural?
Complete thread -- Editing, Neuro doc, ESL. . (sm)
Complete thread -- Didn't sound like you were "playing around" to me.
Complete thread -- nystatin?
Complete thread -- I, for one, appreciate ANY suggestions posters give, esp if it's good advice.
Complete thread -- mirtazapine?
Complete thread -- Acinetobacter part of it?
Complete thread -- Problem List: Recurrent UTIs with hx of s/l ex-sinnivo acmase resistance.)
Complete thread -- ESL -She is allergic to s/l "nastadine", Seroquel ER, Abilify and Zithromax.
Complete thread -- Just playing around and usually go over my reports for any necessary punctuation
Complete thread -- that's okay - we really posted at the same time
Complete thread -- Just a tip for future ref: I googled your s/l of aphako trab with mitomycin.
Complete thread -- Would they be looking for a volvulus in patient with pneumonia?
Complete thread -- I didn't see your suggestion before I posted. Sorry about that.
Complete thread -- Perhaps phaco-trab?
Complete thread -- phacoemulsification and trabeculectomy (phaco-trab)?
Complete thread -- volvulus ? abscess? WAG
Complete thread -- status post "aphako trab" with mitomycin. (not hearing trabeculectomy as expected).nm
Complete thread -- Wow, now is that really necessary? Someone is trying to help you with a punctuation sugges
Complete thread -- ok, thank you, just won't add first name
Complete thread -- Well, if you choose NOT to use the poster's comma suggestion, then you will have INCORRECT
Complete thread -- No way to figure it out on that basis.
Complete thread -- Go suck an egg! Be sure to correct any punctuation you might not be happy with.
Complete thread -- hyaline ...see link
Complete thread -- Google your "hyalin cartilage" and after you do that first step of research, then come ask
Complete thread -- thanks to all of you!
Complete thread -- oh, sorry, not sure which specialized discipline of dr fits best with hematuria
Complete thread -- Did you google hyalin cartilage???
Complete thread -- Maybe I am confused, but not sure about your question and why comparing the 2 different ph
Complete thread -- i should have said sees dr blank for hematuria, thanks
Complete thread -- is hyalin correct here?
Complete thread -- For those who follow AAMT, however, they state in
Complete thread -- which one makes more sense? pls sm, thank you
Complete thread -- You could look it up
Complete thread -- Sometimes less is better, but when leaving punctuation out creates run-ons and confusion,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- antihistone antibody test may be used to support a diagnosis of drug-induced lupus in this
Complete thread -- WAG could he be saying "valvular source for septic emboli" ??
Complete thread -- The less the better sometimes, but I will think about it. :)
Complete thread -- Antihistone AntibodyAug 14, 2009 ... Antihistone Antibody, Histone Antibody, Anti-histone.
Complete thread -- If biconvex is proper noun, then I would cap. If it's not, then don't.
Complete thread -- valvular source?
Complete thread -- google just shows everything period, and no discrimination. Go with a reputable resource.
Complete thread -- I never would have thought of it, but yes we've had snow after snow in this area and
Complete thread -- this may be it. I'll go back and listen again. sorry for the late reply. Had to type up
Complete thread -- No, it doesn't.
Complete thread -- biconvex patella does not need to be capped here does it?
Complete thread -- Need to add some punctuation. See inside.
Complete thread -- Pt with pneumonia. Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- That's exactly what I was thinking.
Complete thread -- I wonder if the patient means the rains have kept him
Complete thread -- polyethylene . No idea what polyethic is supposed to be
Complete thread -- nevermind it fits.
Complete thread -- ortho note help pls. s/l polyethic exchange? see message.
Complete thread -- He has not been working at all having been "wetted out of it"...
Complete thread -- Thank you! :) ...
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- cicatrix?
Complete thread -- spine
Complete thread -- VERSAJET debridement. (check caps though
Complete thread -- okay
Complete thread -- two words in Stedman's
Complete thread -- yes, gray-scale. Thanks to all.
Complete thread -- s/l versagen or versagent (mastectomy and breast/nipple reconstruction)
Complete thread -- isn't grayscale 1 word?
Complete thread -- go with this one...
Complete thread -- ??wag "on (the) right, still (persisting) tight stenosis.
Complete thread -- you are right. gut says 2 sentences. thanks all.
Complete thread -- gray scale
Complete thread -- thanks so much.
Complete thread -- 50% to 69% ..... on the left with no flow-limiting (no comma) ..... He has had repeat
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks.
Complete thread -- I'm new to vascular. Blank s/l "by-grace-skill". Thanks for any help.
Complete thread -- Systemic lupus erythematosus, type 2 diabetes, hyperlipidemia, anemia of s/l hospital
Complete thread -- I think it works best as 2 sentences.
Complete thread -- only other thing would maybe be presenting pneumonia.
Complete thread -- what is antihistone? antihistaminic? loop intensity something??
Complete thread -- lupus anticoagulant ?
Complete thread -- can you flag as it's a legal case, obviously. Would not want to guess.
Complete thread -- is intact, 5/5; sensation to light touch is intact.
Complete thread -- You break it, go with your gut.
Complete thread -- I'd go with the semi if you cannot edit in any way. Even a verbatim account
Complete thread -- debrided the patient’s sinus cavity in an *artful* fashion
Complete thread -- TY both very much! they both look great and hard to choose - any one want to break the
Complete thread -- apnea-hypopnea index (AHI)?
Complete thread -- since unable to start sentence with a number and this being a verbatim acct how would
Complete thread -- cleocin
Complete thread -- Fingertip fracture. Med, s/l cloisine 150 mg.
Complete thread -- There is a RAST test for allergies. Don't know about the C.
Complete thread -- finger; thereafter, she can progress
Complete thread -- QA says it is "Ferrimin" - the pt. has anemia, which I wasn't aware of sm
Complete thread -- I would leave it as two sentences.
Complete thread -- lab help. Rheumatology workup. ESL. (s/l roop-ih-senty con-vel-ant ??) SM
Complete thread -- am i correct in making this 2 sentences or should I take out the period before
Complete thread -- s/l Dyshypopneas
Complete thread -- presumed is the first thing that came to my mind, even before opening your post.
Complete thread -- Pt was treated for s/l pre soom uh pneumonia. She is ESL and maybe
Complete thread -- Will get a s/l "c-bass 1 and 2" to test for her allergies.
Complete thread -- found it, Vivelle-Dot
Complete thread -- I guess it didn't post. Thanks anyway. Sending report.
Complete thread -- after 'bowels regular. . .' please help.
Complete thread -- drug list.
Complete thread -- Ok, I understand. Thank you for your time and help.
Complete thread -- got it, tuberous
Complete thread -- s/l tipita sclerosis
Complete thread -- Patient has hx of s/l tiptita sclerosis and resulting seizures. thx
Complete thread -- Very possibly. Thank you
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for your time. I'll relisten now.
Complete thread -- Prenatal labs: Glucola was 136. Hepatitis B surface antigen was nonreactive.
Complete thread -- thanks for your help
Complete thread -- Yup, guai -- not gui. Sorry.
Complete thread -- volar
Complete thread -- Usually hear S1, S2 heard/normal, so good may be heard.
Complete thread -- thalassemia ?
Complete thread -- s/l bull-are
Complete thread -- s/l falosemia
Complete thread -- thanks very much
Complete thread -- guaifenesin with codeine ( Robitussin AC for example)
Complete thread -- gui, not gwi
Complete thread -- s/l...gwi-cin-a-fine....sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks for your input; will flag
Complete thread -- possibly (??wag) "There is no CSF WBC(s)." for "There are (or were) no CSF WBCs."
Complete thread -- I understand-no problem with posting underneath hers about
Complete thread -- You need Reiter's syndrome, aka Reiter's disease, in this vertigo differential diagnosis.
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- I went to post a section of WAV for you to hear; there's dictation already there.
Complete thread -- Thank you both very much.
Complete thread -- corpus luteum, always check my spelling
Complete thread -- corpus luteum
Complete thread -- lentiginous -- Lentigo, plural "lentigines," a noun, is generally considered a brown pigme
Complete thread -- lentiginous?? WAG
Complete thread -- adnexal structure possibly a s/l cortislutium versus a hemorraghic cyst or involuting
Complete thread -- "correct" being the key word in your little lecture. We have enough people posting incorr
Complete thread -- Cardiovascular system terms. Please help! Two blanks inside.
Complete thread -- HEENT with some type of lesion on nose
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Using StartStop for a test. Does anyone know how to slow the dictation down a bit?
Complete thread -- Despite what others have said below, I (another poster) have never
Complete thread -- concomitant
Complete thread -- see message, s/l con met tent
Complete thread -- you're welcome.
Complete thread -- Thank you for saying that.
Complete thread -- "It's in the archives. Did you look? lol" looks a little sarcastic, really.
Complete thread -- Maybe OP doesn't have a Saunders Pharm. Book
Complete thread -- You're certainly the smartest one in this thread! :D
Complete thread -- Pot =
Complete thread -- Yes, and thank you for taking the time to add to the archives.
Complete thread -- It's okay. I ignore the drama and the unkind comments. I don't see it. I'm here to
Complete thread -- CT: Just ignore the sharks, there are a few who make it their life everyday to come here
Complete thread -- Sorry, my lol, was NOT sarcastic. it was NOT snarky and I certainly didn't mean
Complete thread -- thank you all
Complete thread -- thanks for taking time to return and list your "find" will add to my list.
Complete thread -- Well, if you read sarcasm into the lol, that is your problem. It was not sarcastic.
Complete thread -- My apologies. I checked Archives using "bear" and did not find it. After seeing your
Complete thread -- No need for hyphen in well hydrated there. well-hydrated patient, but he is well hydrated
Complete thread -- So, what is so funny that you have to put an lol by your comment?
Complete thread -- I'm finding "Ferrimin" but medications.com says it's obsolete.
Complete thread -- That's the issue. The LOL is the sarcasm. We understand that.
Complete thread -- oh. sorry. lol. I wasn't being snarky. I just wanted her to look in the archives and
Complete thread -- Yes, I agree, MTs do not come here for others to do their work. I come to give assistance
Complete thread -- Quit. She said there is NO indication for that. And if she is not comfortable with it,
Complete thread -- I'm not sure what you mean/are saying, I'm just saying I don't agree that you were snarky
Complete thread -- I
Complete thread -- Oops meant "access" not abscess! nm
Complete thread -- I believe you need a hyphen in short-lived. Roger's is a congenital heart disease?
Complete thread -- to stay well-hydrated and we will consider a further workup for Meniere's disease
Complete thread -- It's just in a list, I've tried every which way sm
Complete thread -- If you'd looked it up in Saunders Pharmaceutical Word Book. would see it's an antiemetic
Complete thread -- Thanks, I'll be sure to let you decide for me.
Complete thread -- Personally, I see no need for the lol - someone should look before they leap.
Complete thread -- *Roger* or *Reiter*.. Which makes more sense? It s/l *rodder*
Complete thread -- Plus all caps is incorrect.
Complete thread -- Saunders Pharmaceutical Word Book shows Fertinex 150 mg sm
Complete thread -- Do you see the lol, or just want to start a fight already?
Complete thread -- archives full of
Complete thread -- Here we go. No reason to be snarky.
Complete thread -- Bair Hugger Not all caps
Complete thread -- sorry. I think that's it.
Complete thread -- I think that'
Complete thread -- It is in the archives already. Did you look?
Complete thread -- For Archives - s/l "bear" hugger. Is BAIR hugger. (I always forget this)
Complete thread -- Thanks. Nothing is mentioned about nausea or vomiting, so I'm going to flag.
Complete thread -- What for? Ferra (iron) as in some type of iron supplement, or what?
Complete thread -- CCT (critical care team/transport)?
Complete thread -- Wow, his spelling and pronunciation was wayyyy off! lol Go figure, eh?
Complete thread -- Just wanted to add that I did not verify dosages, though.
Complete thread -- What's diagnosis? There is a Viravan and Viramune.
Complete thread -- Would not surprise me; very difficult language to learn & have to make your own sm
Complete thread -- Already suggested, dfllnn. See below!
Complete thread -- Trying to find s/l fer-a-min 150 mg. thanks!
Complete thread -- Here is a link, click and look here maybe can figure it out sm
Complete thread -- Tigan -- see Saunders Pharmaceutical Word Book for two forms& uses
Complete thread -- There's Tigan, although not sure if it fits in with pt's diagnoses.
Complete thread -- Searched at drug.som under their phonetic search. See link (might find your s/l)
Complete thread -- The patient will be transfered to X Hospital via **a 62 transport rig**.
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- the patient was admitted since yesterday
Complete thread -- Help
Complete thread -- I did a s/l search at mt911.com, and here is the link. Maybe one of those are your s/l
Complete thread -- He received prophylactic vanco, Senokot, Percocet, methadone, "Di-gan" (ckd RxList)
Complete thread -- Yes, resistance syndrome makes sense sm
Complete thread -- Very likely if they have a high influx of Japanese in that area?
Complete thread -- patient was admitted yesterday?
Complete thread -- maybe "sulfim" - just found Sulfamethoxazole-TMP DS
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Med - dictator spells "sulsim/tmpds" one p.o. b.i.d.
Complete thread -- looking for a neurologist somewhere in Florida that s/l Dr Norazzie?
Complete thread -- do they offer japanese in high school now? s/l he is saying she is getting an f in
Complete thread -- Ok, after an hour of looking for it, it was Vectical
Complete thread -- yes of course, dang expander, temporal artery. thanks, i'll listen for Alm :)
Complete thread -- My first thought was rheum as in rheumatologic but not sure if that makes sense.
Complete thread -- at the end of the dictation, he says to change the dx of abnormal
Complete thread -- It was answered below.
Complete thread -- can't hear anything
Complete thread -- resistance syndrome? room does not make sense.
Complete thread -- Lipase 15,526/15,000??
Complete thread -- Biceps is both
Complete thread -- triamcinolone cream 0.1% once to twice a day and **debexical**(pronounced) spelled...
Complete thread -- Thanx all, greatly appreciate it!
Complete thread -- Let me clarify that, "resection and then reanastomosis" is what
Complete thread -- he corrects himself, but says resection and then reanastomosis
Complete thread -- s/l room. make sense?
Complete thread -- wav resent, thanx
Complete thread -- listen for end anastomosis.
Complete thread -- I copied it to the MP3 directory, but I don't hear anything.
Complete thread -- First post on the board this morning, so I wanted to point that out since you all, as of
Complete thread -- Oh my! I have one of those myself! Never says anything right!
Complete thread -- Stedman's has an Alm wound retractor, arm retractor. Don't
Complete thread -- Sorry, someone posted over yours.
Complete thread -- doripenem ?
Complete thread -- Patient placed on "Dortatenum"
Complete thread -- ______ normochromic normocytic anemia
Complete thread -- WAV sent.
Complete thread -- retractor for temporary artery, see message for context
Complete thread -- thanx both of you
Complete thread -- ??decidua??
Complete thread -- "Subsequent suction curettage showed decidua and immature chorionic villi on..."
Complete thread -- nevermind - I think he is just saying "lubricated". Thanks.
Complete thread -- I actually think the it sounds like ____ lubricated
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- immature CV and s/l dysigua?
Complete thread -- If he is giving you one side (as sounds in your context) it is "is" as
Complete thread -- s/l "di-plubricated"
Complete thread -- I had it in both wrists..I found over the years several
Complete thread -- She asked a question. She explained her situation. She explained
Complete thread -- I agree with the person below me. You need a life other than this board.
Complete thread -- The wrist braces from Walmart work well for me, along with icing my wrist
Complete thread -- She said she has some reference books; she said she researched
Complete thread -- I type a lot of carpal tunnel. MD recommends B-complex to people regularly.
Complete thread -- Duh, Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- maybe ECASA (enteric-coated aspirin)
Complete thread -- Toprol, p.r.n ibuprofen, *C C A S A*
Complete thread -- thank you both :-)
Complete thread -- i-STAT, see picture.
Complete thread -- Clover, please see message
Complete thread -- Biceps is singular
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I have signs of carpal tunnel and was wondering if anyone could recommend an inexpens
Complete thread -- Just coming to post this and a link-see link
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Vytorin, Synthroid, Uratrol, Sertraline, and lamotrigine.
Complete thread -- med s/l uritrol
Complete thread -- Simponi
Complete thread -- biceps is or biceps are?
Complete thread -- doc listing meds. heard of symphony?
Complete thread -- i-STAT ?
Complete thread -- s/o ISTAT ?
Complete thread -- Many thanks for the help . . . . :)
Complete thread -- vermis?
Complete thread -- Cerebellar burmese?
Complete thread -- See if you see your word below
Complete thread -- ? yellowing
Complete thread -- **chemo-induced balling**
Complete thread -- Corneal transplants for **coriotosis** . . .. ?
Complete thread -- I do hear the phrase "tight stenosis" occasionally in heart caths. Makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- Oh, gosh, you are absolutely right. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- seems possible...see link
Complete thread -- The patient had - since it was 1974, would be has if current
Complete thread -- ? if it is desat and not descent
Complete thread -- nocturnal "descent" study to screen for obstructive sleep apnea as pt has a history
Complete thread -- history of stent of a s/l "tight" RCA stenosis.
Complete thread -- consolidate?
Complete thread -- She will stop metoprolol as she wants to s/l consolute her medications.tx
Complete thread -- No idea, but I'm dying to find out, lol.
Complete thread -- Not anymore! I'm done working for the night, lol.
Complete thread -- All I could hear was "diazepine" (like benzodiazepine)
Complete thread -- footdrop in her left upper extremity? Gee, I wonder what the symptoms were!
Complete thread -- IN History of present illness: The patient has bilateral s/l "croc ...
Complete thread -- does he make your ears hurt?
Complete thread -- The patient has footdrop noted in her left upper extremity.
Complete thread -- sorry.....more context....
Complete thread -- MP3 loaded. Please sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Do you just "talk" to "hear" yourself talk or what?
Complete thread -- New name maybe, but you'll be back, lol.
Complete thread -- Then
Complete thread -- Why
Complete thread -- I apologize
Complete thread -- Why all the hate? What is wrong with you? Someone kick your dog today?
Complete thread -- ?? never have seen it as one word, what book might that be?
Complete thread -- No one was nasty to her in the first place.
Complete thread -- I do not need you psychoanalyzing me. You know nothing about me and never will. What bri
Complete thread -- LOL. because you can't read?
Complete thread -- BOS was correct with two-thirds. Why the attitude?
Complete thread -- two-thirds is correct.
Complete thread -- Considering how little it pays these days, what PROFESSION?
Complete thread -- And belittling those people only belittles yourself. Ignore them.
Complete thread -- What a nasty MT you are. You bring down the profession.
Complete thread -- Where exactly was I talking about any "treatment"???
Complete thread -- Spell out fractions that do not precede a noun (per AAMT BOS)
Complete thread -- cloverport: Ignore the nasty/snide remarks by some, they are bitter, unhappy, mean people
Complete thread -- Hmm...
Complete thread -- great. thanks, all.
Complete thread -- thanks so much LiliK! and to all my helpers tonight ~ Goodnight ALL!
Complete thread -- That's a typo on mesentery, I assume.
Complete thread -- I agree....This should be something that continues to be monitored in the outpatient....
Complete thread -- This should be something that is continued to be monitored in the ...
Complete thread -- Looks like there are plenty of people getting help here tonight? I don't get it
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- to find this forum as I work nights, and there are times I have no whe ...
Complete thread -- discharge summary, WAV
Complete thread -- again, it still does not excuse the treatment given. ...
Complete thread -- Mainly depends on what your account wants? either is acceptable per BoS, although they
Complete thread -- Sometimes there are people here with attitude, sometimes not.
Complete thread -- form
Complete thread -- argon laser?
Complete thread -- This is probably related to inactivity and obesity.
Complete thread -- I'm glad that you want to put words in my mouth also. But have it your way.
Complete thread -- According to Billybob, that means you don't know how to google properly, lol.
Complete thread -- I am so glad you know all
Complete thread -- please help with wav
Complete thread -- Shame on your friend for not warning you ahead of time, lol.
Complete thread -- I simply stated facts. You do need to be able to figure out something so simple as
Complete thread -- Mesentary was transected with an "s/l Aragon Cayman" device
Complete thread -- I'd take out the commas around Saturday and put it in parentheses.
Complete thread -- Don't worry
Complete thread -- Perhaps hydradenitis? Not sure if it's a "form of acne," however....
Complete thread -- addendum
Complete thread -- last note of the evening - it may just be me but am i missing any punctuation here?
Complete thread -- Just figured out he is saying atypical presentation.
Complete thread -- Acute coronary artery syndrome with strong family history of coronary artery disease.
Complete thread -- I did research the word!
Complete thread -- S/l "hydroginitis" a form of acne...
Complete thread -- Sorry, but the Love board must be elsewhere. Just don't understand why MTs
Complete thread -- Ahh! Thanks for the when vs. went correction!
Complete thread -- oh okay. He does say strange stuff in there. Will listen again.
Complete thread -- YW. If you have a s/l you're unsure of, just use the words you are sure of. That helps
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Also thank you for the info on putting more info into google for help!
Complete thread -- went quite well, not when quite well!!! Yes, some would make better sense.
Complete thread -- thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Duh...yes, that is it. thank you.
Complete thread -- "It is not clear why she is incontinent from the neobladder. The ...
Complete thread -- OMG! you are a God send! thank you ever so much. He says this about 10 times.
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- slit-like?
Complete thread -- No semicolon needed as there is no transitional thought involved here. sm
Complete thread -- "The wound was reviewed with a wound care specialist. There has b ...
Complete thread -- ROM = singular was.
Complete thread -- were vrs was - Hip, knee, and ankle range of motion were/was full.
Complete thread -- Little amount of fluid/atelectatic changes (just guessing sm
Complete thread -- Dravet syndrome (I listed more just autism) see link and read down through the hits
Complete thread -- was hearing bench lol.. thanks so much!
Complete thread -- pls help with ortho note. thank you.
Complete thread -- with bibasilar changes? Little amount of fluid (will listen again)
Complete thread -- with veins removed from the right leg in 1994.
Complete thread -- sm for full context of question.
Complete thread -- My Stedman's GI/GU shows coffee-grounds emesis. I had to spend a small fortune on
Complete thread -- coffee-ground emesis. You seriously need to find a reference book so you can verify
Complete thread -- wav help pls
Complete thread -- #2, but no comma needed after stability.
Complete thread -- Word question
Complete thread -- need punctuation help with ortho note pls. see message
Complete thread -- s/l "FPR" was applied to the piriformis region with improvement
Complete thread -- semicolon
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- negative colonoscopy 1 year ago
Complete thread -- pls help with wav
Complete thread -- Iknow I'm late, but the first may supposed to be Q's on the EKG. Then they saw T waves on
Complete thread -- Thank you both so much.
Complete thread -- I shouldn't have hyphenated T waves. Sorry. It's T-wave inversions, but just T waves.
Complete thread -- T's does mean T-waves. See link for EKG terms that should help!
Complete thread -- I, II, III, aVF.
Complete thread -- EKG, two questions. Please see msg.
Complete thread -- Thanks Darlene. If you are still. I was done with my shift and jumped off a bit.
Complete thread -- echo probe done at s/l "abuum at AV" ventricle
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch!!
Complete thread -- Yep, I agree. occipital plagiocephaly (flat head)
Complete thread -- Technically, plagiocephaly is "a malformation of the head marked by an oblique slant to th
Complete thread -- plagiocephaly. or something similar. Check for ending in cephaly...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- occipital plate s/l "yasefalie" or "jasefalie"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- afebrile.
Complete thread -- Okay reposted
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match
Complete thread -- The patient was _____ during hospitalization.
Complete thread -- of the cord -- myelomalacia /my¡¤elo¡¤ma¡¤la¡¤cia/ (mi¡Èĕ-lo-mah-la¢¥shah) morbid softening of
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- in the cord or in accord?
Complete thread -- approximately...close to
Complete thread -- Won't matter if the printer isn't set up for symbols. It could scramble the report. I'd
Complete thread -- Ménière’s disease (look okay with the markings?)
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I would not guess for sure.
Complete thread -- creatine maybe? used a lot by body builders, etc.
Complete thread -- material or loose bodies of_______ close to 8 to 10-mm in size floating
Complete thread -- Best not to guess at allergies.
Complete thread -- Allgery. s/l Cre-a-ten
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- a c d a c a I for one, can tell you are a good MT, you question and come for help
Complete thread -- Flagged it
Complete thread -- thanks for the help
Complete thread -- typo..that should be trademarked.
Complete thread -- ? if could be enemas - that was my first thought, but then I
Complete thread -- She is right--you don't cap unless trademarkes/part of a proper noun.
Complete thread -- ? narrow. I googled narrow Deaver and found some hits on the first
Complete thread -- No, but thanks.
Complete thread -- No, but thx.
Complete thread -- No, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- anal exam, given history of rectocele repair
Complete thread -- Yes, I just now found Deaver, still can't get the first sound. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ? something Deaver - there is a blade, retractor, scissors per
Complete thread -- exam?
Complete thread -- ? Ancef
Complete thread -- Given s/l "en-zams" given hx of rectocele repair.
Complete thread -- Any ideas on this one?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks. The typo is just here, not in the report.
Complete thread -- Stedman's shows Raz double-prong suture carrier. In your
Complete thread -- Stedman's shows a Raz anterior vaginal wall sling, probably Raz.
Complete thread -- —Related forms -- If he says mutilatory, I'd use it. S/M
Complete thread -- s/l "raz" needle passer
Complete thread -- s/l rice kill
Complete thread -- Or self-mutilating.
Complete thread -- mutilalatory isn't recognized as a word; try mutilation
Complete thread -- LOL, for the life of me, this keeps bringing to mind a screwdrive was used
Complete thread -- isn't self-"mutilatory" a word?? Self-mutilatory behaviors
Complete thread -- Google shows VersaPort Trocar-5 mm; 1 USSC VERSAPORT* trocar-5 - 12 mm
Complete thread -- A s/l "neero deever" used to push up the anterior wall.
Complete thread -- You don't cap words like that unless they are trademarked, part of a brand name.
Complete thread -- There is a Versaport 5/12 or 5-12-mm trocar
Complete thread -- Cos you said you didn't hide, lol.
Complete thread -- Maybe he's saying eschar. lordy
Complete thread -- Found a Dr. Smith's diaper ointment and one other thing
Complete thread -- eschar? scar?
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- s/l shur
Complete thread -- I would too.
Complete thread -- where is that documented?
Complete thread -- I cannot find any such thing even on Google, I'd use Dr. Smith's all-purpose cream
Complete thread -- Dr. Smith's All-Purpose Cream
Complete thread -- 5/12-mm
Complete thread -- drug
Complete thread -- D'Assumpcao assessing forceps.
Complete thread -- Ahhh...thank you!
Complete thread -- I can hear "without" clearly though....hmmmm. thanks
Complete thread -- The s/l "five twelve" port site in the left upper quadrant
Complete thread -- Using "decumpsa* assessing forceps, scalp excess was assessed.
Complete thread -- A mag (magnesium ) rider, on the IV bag, supplement via piggyback.
Complete thread -- mag earlier this morning . . .?
Complete thread -- s/l mag lighter?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- WAG "without a sonics" = "with ultrasonics"
Complete thread -- pars lucida of the lesser omentum was then divided without s/l "a sonics"
Complete thread -- and I would care that it "finds" me why? lol
Complete thread -- I have only seen maybe 1 or 2 comments about her being a CMT.
Complete thread -- Yes you do. Check the archives, lol.
Complete thread -- copy cat, lol.
Complete thread -- No, that was me, "curious" this time. But check "dghgag" in New Search
Complete thread -- I didn't, not from acdaca, only from the one(s) who keep bringing it up.
Complete thread -- LOL Yep, Jill, we all know there is only one Jill around here and she is always starting
Complete thread -- You know, you can only hide so much on this board.
Complete thread -- If you didn't know she was a CMT, then you wouldn't know that someone is "always" bringing
Complete thread -- Only if you need pouncing on. Looks like we have someone with multiple personality
Complete thread -- Or I can be someone else pounced on
Complete thread -- --
Complete thread -- You're right, that was an assumption. I never knew so many
Complete thread -- Or I can be the person you want to pounce on if you like.
Complete thread -- Is this better? You want me to put my name out there?
Complete thread -- No, you're hiding behind your ISP.
Complete thread -- You're right - he's saying "the anti-psychotic" not "being psychotic."
Complete thread -- Good luck on the test. I have an extra set of questions someone gave me,
Complete thread -- I sure do. I don't hide behind monikers.
Complete thread -- I don't know uniess one of her antipsychotic medications would force blood glucose
Complete thread -- Thank you...I am not sure, so I will leave a blank.
Complete thread -- Yes, there are ASSumptions being made. "Christina" made the CMT comment and then someone
Complete thread -- Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- Yep, pretty sure that's me. But then again, I own up to it. Do you?
Complete thread -- No one is ASS-u-ming anything. There is a question by someone who called herself
Complete thread -- Oh yes, the good ole vindetta and stalker theories rise again! You like to bring those up
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- pursed? Just a wild guess though
Complete thread -- So are we to assume "Christina" and "me" are the same person?
Complete thread -- Thanks. It will be a while yet, but I am researching any and all info in regard to the
Complete thread -- Seriously, why be mean? Not a rhetorical question at all.
Complete thread -- No, "someone" likes to bring up the fact that she is a CMT and
Complete thread -- And here we go again with the assumption that it's the same poster. You just do NOT know
Complete thread -- The greater omentum appeared to be s/l parsed
Complete thread -- I don't know if this is sort of directed at me or not, but I asked acdaca about CMT info a
Complete thread -- She said she was looking, and many times we say things like don't know where to start
Complete thread -- banned for that? yes Win is still posting?
Complete thread -- driver's
Complete thread -- hot and saucy.
Complete thread -- Are you guys coworkers or something? You are always on her case
Complete thread -- He also more recently gave "drivers" tests. driver's drivers' drivers?
Complete thread -- Look up triad in New Search box above, just discussed recently
Complete thread -- What is it with all the flipping rude obnoxious helpers today. Good Lord, we look like
Complete thread -- Quite frankly, this was not a post for an answer. I simply thought it amusing that he
Complete thread -- You are a CMT, but yet you didn't know "where to start" or to even type your sounds like
Complete thread -- Significant for a *triad* of 11, regular menses and four to five days
Complete thread -- All you had to do was Google Dr. Yayura (your exact s/l) and google's first hit was your
Complete thread -- You're welcome!
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- Oh, my hero! Thanks.
Complete thread -- Dr. Ricardo Yaryura, MD, Sarasota, Florida, (FL), Cardiology,
Complete thread -- He spells Culp for me, Dr. Culp. In the next breath, he does not spell Dr. Yayura is
Complete thread -- You should be banned from coming here. What a loser.
Complete thread -- Thanks for sharing that with us!
Complete thread -- I searched but never would have found that with the sound alike, sorry.
Complete thread -- CPT with *all nebs* was reordered
Complete thread -- No thanks, I don't care for bitter old food.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all for the input. Looks like he's getting a big ol' blank there.
Complete thread -- He was saying Oxepa, enteral nutrition for modulating inflammation.
Complete thread -- you are correct.
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- Gummy as in "Gummy Bear vitamins"?
Complete thread -- for immunosuppression?
Complete thread -- foramen?
Complete thread -- Sounds like pt is fudging a bit or thinking...in that context, "umm, umm..." would be my
Complete thread -- bottle itself originally contained (not containing)
Complete thread -- She states when she went to go get them, he said, "mmm/hmm/umm? vitamins."
Complete thread -- That's not a word, so no, that doesn't help the OP at all.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yum, yum? Gummy?
Complete thread -- why is a hyphen in full thickness there?
Complete thread -- Weird. Do not think anything in quotes that sounded close would be incorrect.
Complete thread -- mild neural foraminal narrowing (or stenosis) would, but he needs something else there
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Are you kidding me?
Complete thread -- don't make sense to me either. the neural foramina is the structure, it wouldn't be mild.
Complete thread -- I looked up the old um um good expression on a commercial.. that is
Complete thread -- neuroforaminal
Complete thread -- depends..did he say umm-umm, hmm-hmm, or mmm-mmm. sm
Complete thread -- s/l neural foramic - pls sm.
Complete thread -- For s/l "menesa" pressure, we are going to calculate his s/l "APZ"
Complete thread -- which extended the full-thickness to the bone, causing osteo
Complete thread -- spell help
Complete thread -- There is FSGH on google and you can also check MedLexicon
Complete thread -- Better than what you usually post. Like that mess you posted here last night.
Complete thread -- Medication, s/l a-fee-pa or an-a-fee-pa. sm for context.
Complete thread -- ASDH?
Complete thread -- WAG - level of? low of?
Complete thread -- medical conditions
Complete thread -- human influenza A, A1, H1, AH3 virus, link
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- check Dilamezinsert
Complete thread -- thansk
Complete thread -- wav posted. infection which extending to full ???? bone and causing osteomyelitis...
Complete thread -- acetowhite
Complete thread -- s/l mesinsert or metzinsert inserter
Complete thread -- limited exercise tolerance with significant O2 desaturation to a *werf* 83%.
Complete thread -- s/l either see the white area or a-see-da
Complete thread -- She talked about flecainide in her post below, Darlene.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I'll try to remember that next time. Have a great day!
Complete thread -- So did you find it? flecainide (Tambocor):
Complete thread -- good link
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh-Ignore my post. I hadn't refreshed. Thought this was a new
Complete thread -- Wonder if it could be AFO?
Complete thread -- Wonder if it could be AFO?
Complete thread -- For the record, the Rules for Posters do say "If you've researched already, say so."
Complete thread -- try googling "lymphadenopathy and * index" and see if anything fits.
Complete thread -- If my doctor dictated biphasicity, then I would give it to him and not change it to biphas
Complete thread -- Just curious why you would want to change it then, especially to biphasic flow?
Complete thread -- Yes. ...
Complete thread -- I did and actually was looking at the same site as posted in the
Complete thread -- Was biphasicity dictated?
Complete thread -- ...proximal **biphasicity** consistent with aortoiliac occlusive disea ...
Complete thread -- See link inside. Your s/l might be there.
Complete thread -- Research meds for atrial fibrillation.
Complete thread -- ooops...leaving
Complete thread -- thanks it was familiar...kind of living the fa off
Complete thread -- Atrial fibrillation has been controlled with Coumadin and "flipinide."
Complete thread -- managed?
Complete thread -- Probably, but she's so hard to understand. Thank you.
Complete thread -- s/l married
Complete thread -- presently?
Complete thread -- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. s/l PC symptomatically stable. Continue on cur
Complete thread -- Neck: No lymphadenopathy "and circle T index." Respiratory:
Complete thread -- Long Island Power Authority?
Complete thread -- Enquiring minds wanna know! lol
Complete thread -- ESL. Thinking she is saying awhile but putting an "s" sound in there for some reason.
Complete thread -- IFO=AFO. (ankle foot orthosis). However, s/l still outstanding. see first post. ty
Complete thread -- I think i got it. Never mind!
Complete thread -- We are going to get a letter out to *lipa*and we will also get a letter out
Complete thread -- yep.
Complete thread -- Really good reason...
Complete thread -- Lactulose
Complete thread -- Search drugs.com for treatment for hepatic encephalopathy. See link
Complete thread -- Hepatic encephalopathy.He will continue on s/l loxuals.
Complete thread -- Agree with sm. If you only put the one comma like you suggested, then it's basically sayi
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- You were right, just needed commas in both places, muscle, biceps femoris,
Complete thread -- Yes, there is a pause, but that's because it's sort of like when doctor states
Complete thread -- Must be ... even though it sounds more like an "F". Thanks!
Complete thread -- oops, mean spastic
Complete thread -- cumulative?
Complete thread -- Pt with spactic hemiparetic cerebral palsy recieved s/l IFO (sm)
Complete thread -- The only reason I did was because she had a WAV up there and he sort of paused.
Complete thread -- SVT?
Complete thread -- She has a hx of atrial fibrillation with "S-E-T."
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Because that would be like saying tear of the rotator cuff muscle, supraspinatus with.....
Complete thread -- Antibiotic-associated colitis?
Complete thread -- antibiotic-associated colitis to be excluded
Complete thread -- hip exam
Complete thread -- See inside:
Complete thread -- are you sure you're hearing it correctly? A and H are so close
Complete thread -- why not. that is not all run together.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think doc is saying to also get a blood count (BC) and CMP. WAG, though.
Complete thread -- I would not put the comma there.
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Continue with cycle 2 of CHOP/Rituxan 60 *BC CMP*
Complete thread -- MRI
Complete thread -- he has a tear of the distal hamstring muscle, biceps femoris with a sm ...
Complete thread -- MRI... biceps femoris is a muscle of the posterior (the back) thigh. etc.
Complete thread -- Well, you need to research and find out if hamstring muscle and biceps are two different
Complete thread -- How would you punctuate this and is it transcribed tear
Complete thread -- That is exactly it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Human metapneumovirus, influenza A, S/L A1H1AH3, influenza B, RSV A1B, parainfluenza
Complete thread -- think he might be saying passivity - ESL thx
Complete thread -- Is this for a child? Is tobr a weight-based antibiotic? If not, I'd flag.
Complete thread -- phych rpt "he also endorsed some somatic 'acidify' experiences" Thx! nm
Complete thread -- was noted to have some ulceration of the anastomotic site. Biopsy was benign. nm
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- sorry, it looked as though it was sent properly.
Complete thread -- harbinger?
Complete thread -- harbinger
Complete thread -- no, take your headphones off and listen, just a loud screech sound
Complete thread -- ooops hit enter too soon... S/b s/l... har-pen-ture... Sm
Complete thread -- -pen-ture... Sm
Complete thread -- never posted a wav before, did it come through ok
Complete thread -- thanks. Will do. Sedentary was what I trying to hear and makes sense.
Complete thread -- OMG glad I didn't have headphones on!
Complete thread -- I think he is just misspeaking. I'd put sedentary, flag it, and move on.
Complete thread -- wav3 posted, looking for his x-ray results at approx :38
Complete thread -- Just not sure, will flag this one too.
Complete thread -- Patient was given to tobramycin s/l "390 mg" IV q.24h. until February 12 and cefepime
Complete thread -- I can't quite get it, but maybe referring to "centile" (BMI)?
Complete thread -- I will relisten and see.. thanks
Complete thread -- That's it! Wow.. thank you!
Complete thread -- and (then) Femara treatment?
Complete thread -- I think the order of your words matters sometimes. I have apologized for my post and I
Complete thread -- Sent WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- suspect t.i.w., three times a week
Complete thread -- What did you even try before you came here? I googled Dr Who (your exact s/l) genetic test
Complete thread -- He stumbles over the word and ends with setile. sed a, set a, setile is how that
Complete thread -- Im pretty sure "scrub" is in there as well... see link
Complete thread -- Use phonetic search at mt911.com. See link
Complete thread -- Possible alternate spelling is Hu, but not at all sure if correct
Complete thread -- Thanks.. Sorry again for my post
Complete thread -- Okay - I just found it pretty easily, guess I googled the wrong thing early.
Complete thread -- I went ahead and put povidone paint solution. Thanks for the "povidone".
Complete thread -- Can you give us context, the whole sentence?
Complete thread -- Sorry, I was really thinking you were going try to find him, just give me an alternate
Complete thread -- Not rude, just facts!
Complete thread -- Breast cancer stage I, status post lumpectomy, tamoxifen, and s/l infra-meric
Complete thread -- How about giving us the specialty and the state doctor practices in?
Complete thread -- Neurontin?
Complete thread -- I hear "povidone scrub and pain solution"? - not sure the "and pain" is correct
Complete thread -- Lexapro was increased to 20 mg s/l "D-I-W" in the morning, and Dalmane was changed to
Complete thread -- He is to see Dr. "who"--- pronouned clearly "who" - what is another spelling?
Complete thread -- sorry, I listened but couldn't get it either- maybe sterile something?
Complete thread -- any one have an idea on this med?
Complete thread -- I just sent. Sorry. It took longer to post than I thought.
Complete thread -- I can't listen, so a guess here, but prepped with Betadine solution?
Complete thread -- Wow, why would someone who is supposed to be a helpful MT be so opinionated and wrong?
Complete thread -- WAV file sent.
Complete thread -- Wow, why be so rude?
Complete thread -- Are you a reputable medical resource such as Stedman's and Dorland's? If not, keep OPINION
Complete thread -- Just FYI, 99.9% of the time "which" introduces nonessential clause and requires a comma.
Complete thread -- Also, physical medicine.
Complete thread -- Hmmmm, this may be flipped.
Complete thread -- She had already done PT and it decreased the pain. It was not being done presently.
Complete thread -- ??
Complete thread -- thanks, but I don't think you change tenses unless it is the physical exam. This isn't
Complete thread -- Dorland's also shows dorsoradial. So do you want to cough up some resource/documentation
Complete thread -- ah, thanks
Complete thread -- Last sentence: She has done physical therapy which (no comma and present tense).
Complete thread -- oops, I mean achy. So excited I forgot how to spell.
Complete thread -- Got it. Achey it is! Pain is described as achy that comes and goes.
Complete thread -- GI and DVT prophylaxis.
Complete thread -- Really, says who?
Complete thread -- Thanks to all you folks here who help out!
Complete thread -- Her current mask is about 1-1/2 yearS old.
Complete thread -- ooh lots of good ones. Going back to relisten. Thanks
Complete thread -- The mask is about 1-1/2 yearS old. She is a 1-1/2-year-old child.
Complete thread -- 1-1/2-year-old
Complete thread -- Her current mask is about 1 ½ year old.
Complete thread -- med/s/l meurolin see below
Complete thread -- Neurology
Complete thread -- depends on the sentence
Complete thread -- Supportive care including "g and d and pro laxis," nutritional support, tight glucose
Complete thread -- as sharply, that comes and goes.
Complete thread -- 1 ½ year old or 1 ½ years old?
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- drawing a blank, what speciality generally does nerve conduction studies
Complete thread -- achy?
Complete thread -- sacral?
Complete thread -- I would put dorsal radial aspect as that is the correct terminology really
Complete thread -- s/l saykey. Any suggestions?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Just as you have it.
Complete thread -- How would you write this?
Complete thread -- more educated
Complete thread -- Please listen. wav. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- He's driving me nuts. Flagging.
Complete thread -- I hear focal and/or lateralizing deficits or findings a lot
Complete thread -- hydrochlorothiazide, Prozac, fish oil, vitamins, calcium, s/l byatner herbals.
Complete thread -- There are no focal "ender-latter-isles" or neurological findings.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Any guesses?
Complete thread -- Maybe "after being the fully geared and helmeted 'patient" riding a motocross.."
Complete thread -- ?? where he slipped off ? around 1500??? I don't get it.
Complete thread -- Thank you LiliK
Complete thread -- correct -- a sound (noun) is an instrument and the cervix is sounded (verb).
Complete thread -- See if you can hear panniculus.
Complete thread -- Truncal obesity with s/l penicullaris but no mass, tenderness, or guarding.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- The cervix was sterilized with Betadine x3 and the endometrial Pipelle was s/l sounde
Complete thread -- metoprolol? That can be pronounced like meadow-pro-loll
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Stedman's has it combined. Should be fine to combine it. Especially if that is what you
Complete thread -- it's thick whether it is in motion or not. thickness and motion.
Complete thread -- still unsure about whether to combine dorsoradial or not
Complete thread -- please see msg.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Yes, I hear that now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- You need a semicolon after attempted and then a comma after however.
Complete thread -- Mother died from s/l no set point, believe just to be from her age alone.
Complete thread -- fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing (FEES)?
Complete thread -- I have heard actively dying before
Complete thread -- sounds right to me.
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: The patient is "actively" (or maybe active or actually?) dying in
Complete thread -- s/l fees? See msg.
Complete thread -- I can see that. Whatever it does, it helps firm up the trachea to allow meals to pass wit
Complete thread -- artificial prolongation?
Complete thread -- There are areas where Homebound is the name of the service, Alabama is one. Check
Complete thread -- bethanechol before meals to help tracheomalacia by helping "stent" the airway wall.nm
Complete thread -- He was clear in his advance directives that he would not want to have (sm)
Complete thread -- Whoops - typo - thanks. I think I'll go with the /
Complete thread -- I'm assuming doc means 1 week course. punctuated correctly
Complete thread -- homebound one or two words in this sentence?
Complete thread -- would "below" make sense here? nm
Complete thread -- Aspiration is from "blow" due to GE reflux or GE stricture. TIA nm
Complete thread -- intercondylar - I use a / but comma would not be wrong.
Complete thread -- you do have mild limitation twice.
Complete thread -- "She had a supracondylar interdoncylar humeral fracture last year." Is there
Complete thread -- is it correct to put a comma before the word respectively ? sm please for sentence
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks.
Complete thread -- yipee, we have a winner! Thanks much
Complete thread -- oops, my typo - should be unbeknownst
Complete thread -- kind of repetitive, but correct as dictated
Complete thread -- see inside.
Complete thread -- unbeknowst
Complete thread -- unbeknownst?
Complete thread -- need help with English word. S/l unbenounced? (I know this but can't think of it
Complete thread -- *Axis was left axis*.
Complete thread -- A medication, s/l Lovaza. Can't find it! ...
Complete thread -- Serial sevens....that was it...thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Serial 7 or sevens?
Complete thread -- s/l serial savence
Complete thread -- Yep, sometimes that one lil word can make the world of difference.
Complete thread -- Forgot one, also did the sound-alike at Drugs.com
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. I have Googled arids, areds, aredz, erids, ereds, eredz. I looked
Complete thread -- ty. going with recited.
Complete thread -- thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- MRI results. WAV posted. Context below. S/l "in house thoracic" sequences
Complete thread -- recited? reiterated?
Complete thread -- Considering carotids are in the neck. Pravachol is name brand and
Complete thread -- WAG "claudication"?
Complete thread -- this was **re-side** several times through the day.
Complete thread -- It kind of sounds like carotid grafts, but that doesn't make sense, does it?
Complete thread -- ..and if so maybe T4 was the location of the tap?
Complete thread -- Was there a spinal tap? Check out xanthochromia and CSF.
Complete thread -- I googled everything but that. I started with ** tube and then put in eustachian. I make
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes, blood pressure.
Complete thread -- I would leave it in.
Complete thread -- "crot-a-grass" ??? See msg. This tape is very muffled.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l pressure
Complete thread -- Tip for future: You could have googled ear eration tube and been suggested aeration. :)
Complete thread -- lab term s/l nosanthocromium T4
Complete thread -- Would you leave the comma out, the 1st one?
Complete thread -- lab term
Complete thread -- Boy, I feel like an idiot! That is it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- aeration?
Complete thread -- let me relisten thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like eration with long A sound. Could she just be slurring
Complete thread -- an onset?
Complete thread -- med s/l medow codanol
Complete thread -- cardio.. set of atrial fibrillation? see more info
Complete thread -- to read....
Complete thread -- precluding her to read easily
Complete thread -- Definitely not Marfan , thx ...
Complete thread -- WAG: Marfan? Not sure if need Coumadin for this...
Complete thread -- Please listen to .wav file. sm
Complete thread -- s/l Mayfair syndrome. Patient requires Coumadin for this ...
Complete thread -- I don't see how L4 could make sense. Would think there are 4
Complete thread -- anemia represents an anemia of chronic disease
Complete thread -- patient with RA and OA
Complete thread -- Cardiac markers, all "four" or "L4" components, first set negative?
Complete thread -- maintain good pulsations by oximetry with register s/l role oxygen saturation.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I guess I'll flag.
Complete thread -- that's it!!! I was thinking everything BUT the ch! Thank you!
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- I can hear it. Can anyone else?
Complete thread -- Chvostek sign ?...nm
Complete thread -- s/l shove-stick test (sm)
Complete thread -- Might just be me, can't hear anything.
Complete thread -- wav for my post below
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- fenofibrate
Complete thread -- Statins and "phenylfibrate"?
Complete thread -- How would you put this? Said as "T1N0 I-negative M0 grade 2"
Complete thread -- Actually it is probably peritoneal.
Complete thread -- Google both terms.
Complete thread -- 80-year-old woman with breast cancer. Is it perineal in situ carcinoma sm
Complete thread -- medication s/l pasia
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- also could be beta hCG.
Complete thread -- sry, typo, meant delay--yiii!
Complete thread -- I'd go with mild expressive language dela==he was most likely stuttering around
Complete thread -- Now don't you feel ashamed, lol? If not, you should.
Complete thread -- Dr. says, child's evaluation was consistent with mild expressive language "and" delay
Complete thread -- migh be hCG
Complete thread -- coitarche
Complete thread -- Postpartum pt admitted with DKA under labs says, s/l "BCG is less than 1."
Complete thread -- early menarche would really make sense though.
Complete thread -- gosh I found it, arch bar condylar fractures. Wonder why nobody else found it link
Complete thread -- I'm not the one who responded above, but she did write a note inside that.
Complete thread -- There are both, basal and baseline PSA
Complete thread -- Odd? - did you even look, yourself? Nope you didn't. There is such a thing. Link
Complete thread -- tried that earlier....even listened again. She's definitely not saying menarche.
Complete thread -- She apparently has no shame at all...and very poor googling skills to boot.
Complete thread -- early menarche? Google that with HPV risk factors and to research further.
Complete thread -- "It is her first abnormal Pap smear. She does have some risk fact ...
Complete thread -- How on God's green earth would "Galeazzi sign" ever fit that context?
Complete thread -- Thanx! Thats it
Complete thread -- Gaenslen's Test is used to detect musculoskeletal abnormalities and primary-chronic inflam
Complete thread -- wav sent. s/l positive "Galenson" sign.
Complete thread -- He should already have a baseline PSA, that is what they will compare the future PSAs
Complete thread -- "He has been advised to check back in three weeks to repeat serum ...
Complete thread -- I posted the link inside
Complete thread -- I think ADEM below is correct -
Complete thread -- Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM)
Complete thread -- It is from somewhere in TURKEY for crying out loud. And you have to download
Complete thread -- Thanks for your suggestions, I'll query this one I think . TY :)
Complete thread -- Can't seem to type anything correctly the first time, no but.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing ADEN but I think, but what I found on MedLexicon
Complete thread -- I am unable to listen, but guessing AVM? arteriovenous malformation ?
Complete thread -- I have tried searching where she got it, but I cannot get that mess to pull up in any form
Complete thread -- posted wav if that helps. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- MRI showed white matter hyperintensities and the diagnosis of either MS or s/l ADN
Complete thread -- I can't believe this garbage is even on the net, much less that
Complete thread -- mandibulae or lover side of the fragment -- plaque screw -- two hole of the plaque --
Complete thread -- Arch-bar - Arch isn't capped and it isn't hyphenated. Just
Complete thread -- never mind, got it!
Complete thread -- wav sent. gay and " " orientation?
Complete thread -- Darlene!!
Complete thread -- There is no way you read that junk and posted that here as reference.
Complete thread -- And all the hoopla came BEFORE you made your correction...
Complete thread -- ??
Complete thread -- LOL. What..an..idiotic..post!
Complete thread -- cornplated? 'taken off in the 1 to 3 day postoperatively'? started to mastication
Complete thread -- shheeesshhhhhhhh ... All those MISTAKES in that, Did you type it? That mess should
Complete thread -- The arch bar is formed in a U-shape that is wired to the shape of the teeth sm
Complete thread -- Good for you. I'm looking to get out of this business myself.
Complete thread -- No problems, no offense, except I'm tired and I'm outta here.
Complete thread -- Tryin' to be. but just sayin, we do not have any idea if it is a typo or not at first.
Complete thread -- I'm not Louise, and nobody asked you to be with me or to mind read. Just be nice.
Complete thread -- Geeze Louise. We don't know that. We are not with you and we are not mind readers
Complete thread -- I've been tired a long time, but good news
Complete thread -- Aren't we ALL tired? I know I am.
Complete thread -- typo, not type, and I obviously am too tired to be typing on HERE right now.
Complete thread -- Chill! I corrected myself before I saw all the hoopla.
Complete thread -- You have a comma splice. Need different punctuation after malocclusion.
Complete thread -- I meant "bars", and on the second I'm pretty certain he's saying "tight elastics"
Complete thread -- Better listen a 4th time and better research.
Complete thread -- I think you better listen again.
Complete thread -- arch BAR(s)
Complete thread -- #1 arch bar based on info provided.
Complete thread -- arch burs? What is that?
Complete thread -- okay, the first blank is "arch burs". I got it the third time he said it.
Complete thread -- Aww, someone wants attention; hence the use of caps/screaming.
Complete thread -- um, something something something. See message and help please?
Complete thread -- And I will say it once again: If your company/client has recommended to use Stedman's as
Complete thread -- A dictionary could have confirmed this as well.
Complete thread -- I'm not going to put the words in his mouth if he didn't say it either
Complete thread -- NM, got 3 other blanks so far.
Complete thread -- removal of the posterior hyaloid the vitreous *crura* was trimmed
Complete thread -- The poster DID come back and say that was exactly what she was doing. And
Complete thread -- No, you said adduction. Pay attention to detail.
Complete thread -- Poster did not say this, this is what you started on the board..
Complete thread -- There are 100 nm's posting here every day. Not just 1. lolol. Just like the same same
Complete thread -- I got it. It is Pamelor 10 mg. TY!
Complete thread -- I log on to this board once a week or so and there is consistently
Complete thread -- Wish we could ignore you. Do you ever step back and really pay attention to
Complete thread -- Won't be the first time they definitely don't say something .
Complete thread -- he definitely isn't saying rate
Complete thread -- I have reposted. I hope you can hear this better.
Complete thread -- ORIGINAL POSTER: ignore people like this, nothing else in their life but hate
Complete thread -- Can't help if I can't hear. Have volume full-blast and still can only
Complete thread -- basal rate
Complete thread -- basilar or basalar insulin
Complete thread -- well, of course, but I wanted to spell it out to her
Complete thread -- It is there, but low. I do not know why my recorder records so low.
Complete thread -- Yeah, it was FINE for her to waste other people's time on her junk, but ....
Complete thread -- OH STOP IT!!! JUST STOP WASTING HER TIME(& board) with your junk replies
Complete thread -- Even if you "supposedly" never typed this specialty before, the mistakes you made could
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- nothing there
Complete thread -- That's EXACTLY what it is. I can HEAR that. THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- Please see wav
Complete thread -- random (but don't guess)
Complete thread -- aortic valve area (AVA) (info) & some aortic scores sm
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- That would be abduction.
Complete thread -- Well, thank GOD. They were ONLY test documents.
Complete thread -- Perhaps it would be nice if you let us know these were "just test documents," so we could
Complete thread -- This is EASILY verified!
Complete thread -- She is saying A-D-duction
Complete thread -- Why not?
Complete thread -- No, you are totally correct. These were really just test documents for a new platform so
Complete thread -- that's not what it is, just said it sounds like it, not like pus.
Complete thread -- one second. can there even BE thumb adduction??
Complete thread -- your first blank looks like it should be a shoulder muscle.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Is she saying AB or AD duction???
Complete thread -- Perfect!! thanks!!
Complete thread -- Tip: I'd go through each term and google it for starters. I've found
Complete thread -- supraspinatus would probably have to be in there.
Complete thread -- labral tearing.... You need to be more careful as your unfamiliarity is showing.
Complete thread -- an approximately 5 degree?
Complete thread -- Consider *acromioclavicular* in your last sentence. If this is
Complete thread -- blank help please+WAV thanks sm
Complete thread -- why yes it could and yes it is...thank you. Hopefully someone else will know the other
Complete thread -- never either did this specialty, but can ucent be extent?
Complete thread -- Patient returns today in followup for his MRI of his right shoulder. ...
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- aortic valve area is about 0.8 square centimeters!
Complete thread -- There is no JVD == Google Subject-verb agreement and there are many resources
Complete thread -- application for motor vechicle no-fault benefits?
Complete thread -- There are no JVD or bruits noted. are or is?
Complete thread -- dictates echo and cath S/L AVA? is about .8 score centimeter
Complete thread -- oh yeah got it. pericardial tamponade. thank so much ...
Complete thread -- lapse??
Complete thread -- suspect "tamponade" is your second word
Complete thread -- New York motor vehicle no-fault insurance ___ case
Complete thread -- I have googled brussel fissuring and it doesn't come up. what does it mean?
Complete thread -- s/l"perfornia tanponei" pls sm thanks
Complete thread -- anyone else hear 'Um-Uh.." ? I think i do...
Complete thread -- Doctors retire, move, etc., Doctor frequently can 'inherit' a patient from another doctor
Complete thread -- mortise
Complete thread -- Per dictionary, one choice is: "receive from a predecessor"
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you for confirming.
Complete thread -- Yes, his meaning is clear, but sounds odd to inherit a patient.
Complete thread -- I agree. I've heard the word used that way before...
Complete thread -- I checked and it is in the archives.
Complete thread -- there is no wasting, um uh, she is able to....
Complete thread -- You don't have to be dead to inherit something. If that is what
Complete thread -- sorry, should be comma after wasting.
Complete thread -- This probably in the archives.
Complete thread -- I think first one is There is no wasting and thus she is able to cross her fingers...
Complete thread -- is it mortis or mortise?
Complete thread -- I'm hearing there is no clawing noted. You can google it. I'm not
Complete thread -- I have posted for 2+ years as me and I didn't post this one. Just
Complete thread -- inherited?
Complete thread -- blank help please+WAV
Complete thread -- You really have some serious psychological issues to continue this attack and
Complete thread -- Win told her to so of course we always listen to win. lol
Complete thread -- NM, see from tealight that there was a sound file, it just wasn't
Complete thread -- Did you post a sound file for us to be able to know what it "say."
Complete thread -- can't get what he is saying, but definitely not pus, s/l more like brussel fissuring
Complete thread -- ? simvastatin. You give no diagnoses, no other meds, so my
Complete thread -- really have no clue with no info, but first thought is simvastatin
Complete thread -- Thank you. Never would have gotten that. I was thinking it
Complete thread -- med s/l simbicetin???
Complete thread -- Excellent dictator to me and clearly heard subluxation.
Complete thread -- Sorry, got it ! ESL ugh He's saying proper
Complete thread -- Newly diagnosed asthmatic being taught s/l * topper* technique for Flovent inhaler.nm
Complete thread -- chlorpheniramine relieves red, itchy, watery eyes; sneezing; itchy nose or throat;
Complete thread -- mri of the left wrist performed on 12/23/09 demonstrates __ or fissuring.
Complete thread -- P.S. I decided to look, www.cicacare.com, and it's Cica-Care
Complete thread -- Cica Care, but search to see if hyphenated or whatever. Can't remember.
Complete thread -- Thanks!! I have 0 confidence in myself with this doctor... I keep tripple guessing
Complete thread -- s/l chloraspheramine for allergies over-the-counter
Complete thread -- s/l seekacare?? SM
Complete thread -- agree also :)
Complete thread -- Subluxation sounds clear as a bell to me. No hint of dislocation
Complete thread -- I didn't get to participate yesterday, and I just felt I had something pertinent to add.
Complete thread -- are you sure? it sounded to me like a mix of dislocation and subluxation, but not either..
Complete thread -- see if Chvostek (sign) fits in with your context.
Complete thread -- ---and here we go again.... last word
Complete thread -- I would not cap yoga.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard that too. Maybe he does mean digoxin, atenolol.
Complete thread -- I can't tell if he is correcting himself. I hear dig atenolol. The
Complete thread -- Just reposted. Thanks
Complete thread -- Can you repost since the one above has been answered.
Complete thread -- subluxation
Complete thread -- I'll wait my turn....
Complete thread -- WAV help thanks!
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- symptomatic in her arms and had a positive *swaz dex*. Tums
Complete thread -- Hate it when I am thinking some medical term and they come up with something common.
Complete thread -- thanks so much. I was correct. Have one more.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks!! and i was looking for a skin condition.....
Complete thread -- alternate nostrils. Caltrate
Complete thread -- Error, I said "only" and I meant "latest"...I have the 9th edition. However,
Complete thread -- tattoos
Complete thread -- tattoos
Complete thread -- MP3 file thanks. Have a couple ideas but hate to mess up your thinking.
Complete thread -- blank help please+WAV
Complete thread -- no, the femoralhead is at the hip, not the knee
Complete thread -- Yesterday the question of callus/callous formation seems
Complete thread -- hope they flagged it as could be either one IMO.
Complete thread -- Not sure where you got that logic, but yoga isn't capped. Zumba is.
Complete thread -- would use the apostrophe here as otherwise not clear IMO.
Complete thread -- thanks both. I'm going to cap both then.
Complete thread -- would only cap it if was also going to cap yoga IMO.
Complete thread -- I'd say so. I see it trademarked in some of these hits...
Complete thread -- She is doing Zumba, yoga, and aerobics with light weights. (Zumba capped?)
Complete thread -- thanks much!
Complete thread -- Works at UNLV as a security officer.
Complete thread -- He works at UNLV as a security officer.
Complete thread -- one last wav posted thank you very much!
Complete thread -- just posted a question and read your answer after. thanks!
Complete thread -- yes patient is in afib.. can you tell if he said "she has now converted" or sm
Complete thread -- Clarification: She has not converted on this . . .
Complete thread -- Agree with poorly and converted; is pt in atrial fib?
Complete thread -- the first blank sounds like poorly. The second might be converted, not
Complete thread -- Dictators will often say it this way so the MT knows which words they are saying.
Complete thread -- another wav pls.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- baseline monitor was seen ?
Complete thread -- Not sure what BOS says, but my client says drop the 's if the word
Complete thread -- ..weakness in finger abduction or adduction.
Complete thread -- wav help pls
Complete thread -- How do i write this-"She has no weakness in finger AB or AD duction."
Complete thread -- I know that I'm supposed to drop the 's- SO is it "there is a negative Tinel at" or
Complete thread -- I am hearing that too, he just kind of garbles his words! TY!
Complete thread -- posterior circulation is what I hear, and it makes sense.
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- sure, carotid bulb
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- positive
Complete thread -- fibular
Complete thread -- Please see wav. TY
Complete thread -- ? femoral head
Complete thread -- NM flagged and sent
Complete thread -- word help pls sm
Complete thread -- s/l fewler head
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- seeping?
Complete thread -- Urology - word help - sm
Complete thread -- Not it. Very clear dictator. Just can't document it and I'm drawing
Complete thread -- muscle?
Complete thread -- There was no detachment and no *possa* tear, and I did not
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is why I put it in asterisks. I wanted to hear ideas on how to make it make
Complete thread -- Context please, complete sentence used. The more info
Complete thread -- Got it, Traube space. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- ...obesity with pannus. s/l "Cross base is indeterminable."
Complete thread -- Lumbar spine surgery - s/l Grant retractor. Cannot document
Complete thread -- ocular?...nm
Complete thread -- 'oclear'
Complete thread -- snoring. To her occasion makes no sense, and I would say
Complete thread -- no, he is very clear. Tried to hear on occasion, but that's not what he's saying. Thanks,
Complete thread -- to her recollection?
Complete thread -- Funny. I thought if I did, I would never have gotten an idea! Too many options.
Complete thread -- I am not 100% sure on finally, that is just what it sounded to me. Good you did not put
Complete thread -- need help with sentence structure. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I thought, accordingly, clearly, subsequently (did not really hear that one)
Complete thread -- Finally?
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NM - I think he is referring to urokinase (uPA).
Complete thread -- Patient with acute bronchitis, borderline oxygenation. *s/l UPA treatment*
Complete thread -- agree with that
Complete thread -- of weakness and numbness, and tingling too, -- is that better??
Complete thread -- I reposted the whole sentence. thanks!
Complete thread -- could be as suggested by the poster below, but there is some extra sound after tingling..
Complete thread -- not sure...can you post the voice for the whole sentence
Complete thread -- symptoms of weakness, numbness and tingling, vs surgical release were (not was)
Complete thread -- think it is torsemide, but that is generic and according to Saunders Pharmaceutical Wordsm
Complete thread -- patient with carpal tunnel + wav
Complete thread -- the first is something Torsemide... and the second day__ plus 2 daily
Complete thread -- I hear furosemide; ck it out, but think it is generic.
Complete thread -- med help - wav posted
Complete thread -- dgjgag, thank you so much for posting your vantage point!!! :-)
Complete thread -- I now see that the f/u drug = "Augmentin"
Complete thread -- (in this setting, to "prime" the pt with IM Ceftriaxone, followed by po
Complete thread -- ? what?
Complete thread -- Got it! Vertebrals
Complete thread -- Please see message.
Complete thread -- never mind saying Ceftriaxone
Complete thread -- This is a 7-month-old
Complete thread -- ESL uggg. Pt had high temp of 103 and clinical pneumonia and to rule out RSV. Pt was
Complete thread -- occasionally, a fungemia is more easily dx'd by fungus cultured fr urine rather than BCs.
Complete thread -- Good call. Vit D, like Vit A, is fat-soluble, therefore OD with serious consequence is
Complete thread -- I cannot find. But consider that "A" is simply the article. (Can't find CCXT either SM)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- phallus
Complete thread -- Male examination: s/l Thalus was entirely normal.. (sm)
Complete thread -- never mind. Now that I have thought about it, I would change age if he dictated that
Complete thread -- verbatim account, but an ESL dictator. I tend to "fix" some of the awkward things he
Complete thread -- Perfusion, as in blood flow in the extremities??
Complete thread -- Thanks for looking. ...
Complete thread -- heart
Complete thread -- I did and there was nothing from a good source supporting it
Complete thread -- I was thinking it was excessive. Clear as a bell. It was
Complete thread -- I would as glidewire is hard to distinguish orally spoken on dictation
Complete thread -- agree, should read with slices at 5 mm cuts--CT scans are done in horizontal slices
Complete thread -- They should get what they say, and if they say one, then change it to the other, then
Complete thread -- I usually hear 50,000 a week, so doubt 700,000.
Complete thread -- I included a link in my original post with the correct answer.
Complete thread -- Thanks. The sentence was so clumsy the way I had it to start with.
Complete thread -- When you start typing epiluminous in on google the
Complete thread -- You're right, I googled epiluminous and it showed the correct
Complete thread -- I agree, doesn't say his daughter, just daughter
Complete thread -- Is that, as we have stopped Coumadin?
Complete thread -- That is exactly why I don't depend on Google.
Complete thread -- Don't suppose you could hear slice?
Complete thread -- So are you telling her that 7000000 IU would be correct????????
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- LOL disarticular, that is. :-)
Complete thread -- dysarticular?
Complete thread -- Our urologists corrected us to glidewire, not guidewire, on urethral procedures
Complete thread -- wav file, am questioning the area between flags.
Complete thread -- s/l dive CT
Complete thread -- NM, sounds more like standard on second mention
Complete thread -- s/l dysaticular patella SM
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of a Stanley guidewire? Pt with urethral stricture, fairly clear doc
Complete thread -- That's a lot of vitamin D. Did the doctor dictate that or is that what you "think" you he
Complete thread -- Google your entire phrase.
Complete thread -- vitamin D 700,000 international units weekly. Is 700,000 okay?
Complete thread -- You are welcome.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I appreciate it when the reasons are given.
Complete thread -- I am a QA Supervisor at my company, and I HAVE called MTs out for wrong words, and
Complete thread -- That should be I would put parentheses, not "a" parentheses LOL Sorry
Complete thread -- Oh, also, I would put a parentheses around the numbers. See inside
Complete thread -- Probably so. Sad
Complete thread -- See inside
Complete thread -- Hate to think what they would do if they were called on it
Complete thread -- yes, he did.
Complete thread -- Does he dictate numbers?
Complete thread -- How does this look punctuation wise?
Complete thread -- Saddddd.. but does not surprise me.
Complete thread -- There was an MT on here the other day transcribing ortho (had been for a while, too) and I
Complete thread -- Here, here! Very well said. My work area looks like a library gone mad with reference
Complete thread -- Hey, I agree with you. If you are going to treat this as a true career/business, then I
Complete thread -- I think half of these people don't care to verify. They run with it! lol
Complete thread -- Yep, and that would be correct. :)
Complete thread -- I don't, but she should have some reference books. How would she know
Complete thread -- Cheri, did you google retro patellar? If you did, did you see where google said "did you
Complete thread -- It is not in any dictionary via OneLook. But one dictionary does have
Complete thread -- How do we know the OP has a Stedman's Ortho Word Book?
Complete thread -- What it shows is epiluminescence microscopy.
Complete thread -- You used a BIG spoon there.
Complete thread -- No, OP, it's not epiluminous. Follow my instructions above, please.
Complete thread -- BTW, I googled epiluminous and did not get "lots" of hits, only one.
Complete thread -- Okay, let me see if I can break this down for you: Bring up your Google window. As you
Complete thread -- Very interesting. Here's my google result: Results 1 - 1 of 1 for epiluminous. Thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- it was, been working in the yard all day and tired.
Complete thread -- The fact that it was Dermatology told me that it as epi, not epa.
Complete thread -- Stedman's Ortho has retropatellar.
Complete thread -- true, although I will admit I had to read carefully and slowly :)
Complete thread -- It was a joke. And if you obviously read it, or you couldn't have commented on
Complete thread -- Sildenafil citrate, sold as Viagra, Revatio and under various other trade names, is a drug
Complete thread -- derm exam-- s/l epa-luminous microscopy
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think it is used for pulmonary hypertension
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- ACCXT
Complete thread -- Can viagra be a heart failure medication?
Complete thread -- I can hear a "p" sound at the beginning of th word, but the rest is hard to
Complete thread -- You could look in Stedman's Orthopaedic reference book.
Complete thread -- many prefixes (ultra for example) do not ever need hyphens to connect to the root
Complete thread -- Is it possible he is saying "into the patient's stomach" ? If ...
Complete thread -- can't think what it could be, may rib and stomach?
Complete thread -- Sorry, I'm not able to post a WAV.
Complete thread -- ultra retro patella
Complete thread -- can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- There is uptake into the s/l "piggen" stomach consistent with
Complete thread -- Nevermind. ;) ...
Complete thread -- anesthetic or solution
Complete thread -- wonder if said "quiescent" and corrected to "controlled"?
Complete thread -- quite controlled? (nm)
Complete thread -- That's a good guess but this pt is on 2 kinds of insulin. Just ESL trouble here!
Complete thread -- nope, but I bet its "diet" controlled
Complete thread -- Have you heard "diabetes mellitus s/l quiet controlled"?
Complete thread -- equinus contracture
Complete thread -- deficit in range of motion of his right ankle with a ____s/l quines contracture
Complete thread -- Will do, thanks again.
Complete thread -- Terumo. You'll have to verify. I googled (sans quotes) 7 mm * cannula was inserted
Complete thread -- Typo above: Should be..in your previous post below...
Complete thread -- In your previou below, the original one down below, you said it sounded like competent, so
Complete thread -- Google using quotes "* producing cause of injury" and see if first hit is your s/l
Complete thread -- Please see message. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Yes, and I bet you are the type of MT that comes here every day wanting to be spoonfed an
Complete thread -- Does anyone work for a workers comp IME?
Complete thread -- So you are telling OP the word is sacral colpopexy?
Complete thread -- If you google your phrase of sacral cervicopexy, you should find your answer.
Complete thread -- abdominal sacral colpopexy with mesh for pelvic organ prolapse. S.W. Bai a , Corresponding
Complete thread -- Wow, I won't even take the time to read jibberish like that.
Complete thread -- I believe it is fine as you have it, meaning effacement of the fat stripe?
Complete thread -- L5-S1 disc herniation causing some effacement of the "fat" near S1 nerve root.nm
Complete thread -- please verify I have found the correct word...thanks
Complete thread -- Glad to be able to help! :D
Complete thread -- OMG!!! that's it exactly (with a stumble) I thank you for a blank-free report
Complete thread -- all 6 subspecialty services (the 6 just named)
Complete thread -- Must be overseas
Complete thread -- Teach a man to fish..... spoon feeding does not help
Complete thread -- ugh should have just said successive (services) not ING
Complete thread -- Think she is saying D5NS but with something after that.
Complete thread -- great suggestion, but just doesn't sound like that - thanks though!
Complete thread -- Nothing that lol. Much like we get too used to hearing like the doctors are saying but
Complete thread -- scale of 100
Complete thread -- successively maybe sm
Complete thread -- I too am surprised at times how far from perfect I am LOL!!
Complete thread -- also with peds, sometimes hear "Soluset"
Complete thread -- could "inasol" be "in normal saline"?
Complete thread -- From my notes sm
Complete thread -- s/l "sub test lett ee" plse sm
Complete thread -- Pediatric pt w/vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, low BP given (sm)
Complete thread -- giving a straightforward answer IS helping
Complete thread -- Ferrlecit
Complete thread -- yoodahsin=existing? lol
Complete thread -- nosocomial? ck the meaning and see if it might fit
Complete thread -- only thing that comes to mind is Rh negative which could be problem with baby
Complete thread -- please disregard (it was "existing")
Complete thread -- thanks...
Complete thread -- looking for a catheter name in aneurysmal coiling, s/l yoo-dah-sin pls sm
Complete thread -- apposed
Complete thread -- appose/oppose question. On ERCP, patient with acute pancreatitis, sm
Complete thread -- I don't get it
Complete thread -- There are MTs who need lots and lots of research/Google knowledge. Telling them how to
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- listen for cerebral.
Complete thread -- When you say"he's talking about..." can you be more specific?
Complete thread -- D-dimer?
Complete thread -- Do you hear tiers?
Complete thread -- s/l D-bass negative
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- traction "priers"
Complete thread -- might be fungemia in urine sm
Complete thread -- and he just spelled it
Complete thread -- OMGosh -- sinus surgery ...
Complete thread -- word help
Complete thread -- ? if venders is vendors, but she works as a xx vendor or she
Complete thread -- not sure what you're word is, but -emia means in the blood, so SM
Complete thread -- More info
Complete thread -- workers comp IME report
Complete thread -- s/l GI venders
Complete thread -- Grew out s/l fungosemia in her urine? Thanks.
Complete thread -- There is an OTC vitamin Mega Men, found by googling. Omega is usually
Complete thread -- me-ga-for-men
Complete thread -- here is precore mutations info sm
Complete thread -- with mention of hepatology and aminotransferases, HBV would fit
Complete thread -- I think version(like trial) might fit, it is a new therapy 2008 using Mydicar sm
Complete thread -- expected would make sense.
Complete thread -- Testicular cancer sm
Complete thread -- Could it just be version? ...
Complete thread -- HBV is hepatitis B and would make more sense than HIV.
Complete thread -- Yes, that can very well be it...thanks. ...
Complete thread -- I'm not sure any of those fit.
Complete thread -- appen = appendicitis ?
Complete thread -- Gynecology help please...patient with cystic ovarian mass
Complete thread -- See if this works. I went to drugs.com and did several
Complete thread -- The patient also gets ____ IV, Zemplar IV and Epogen IV at his hemodialysis.
Complete thread -- precore
Complete thread -- Again, this was hepatology, though I can't remember if the patient als ...
Complete thread -- The transplanted heart is the first ____ of genetic therapy as it effe ...
Complete thread -- Is this HIV instead of HBV? Could it be a record mutation then?
Complete thread -- Hepatology
Complete thread -- NM, flagging and going to bed.
Complete thread -- From medication list - *gon ness ocell*
Complete thread -- Probably too late, but ? 2 different diagnoses - VRE in urine and
Complete thread -- ballismic is correct
Complete thread -- fine just as you have it
Complete thread -- I bet her neighbor tried to poison her
Complete thread -- Is this for a knee?
Complete thread -- I hate when that happens
Complete thread -- corn socks
Complete thread -- your point?
Complete thread -- Yes I know that is why I said hyper/
Complete thread -- never mind. sending in a blank. lots of blanks.
Complete thread -- okay, here is another MP3. please sm
Complete thread -- it is a wonderful resource to use in here.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- bone bruise
Complete thread -- Help
Complete thread -- I Love it!!! thanks. need for future use elsewhere
Complete thread -- I hope I am not too late to answer your question. been gone a while. The website is ....
Complete thread -- MP3 loaded. Please sm
Complete thread -- just got here. lots of google help tonight. lol sorry could not
Complete thread -- in the stirrups, my nurse had to hold it.
Complete thread -- ah- stopped working.
Complete thread -- not OP but how did you download the screen to do that? That was cool!
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- wav posted. as she could not put her leg in the stirrups ??? ...
Complete thread -- You have got to be kidding, right?
Complete thread -- yes! TY so much.
Complete thread -- now it sounds like "producing"
Complete thread -- associated with age-related macular degeneration (clinical macular scarring) sm
Complete thread -- degree of precision. SM
Complete thread -- bruising?
Complete thread -- wav posted. ... associated with age-related macular degeneration ??? clinical macula
Complete thread -- Why do they dictate troponin 0.00
Complete thread -- nosebleed (epistaxis) is common in patients w/high blood pressure.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Found by googling diabetes emedicine, then following the link to medications SM
Complete thread -- You might be hearing TZDs...?
Complete thread -- s/l T-V-Ds as a type of med for diabetes.
Complete thread -- scout
Complete thread -- I flagged it, thanks
Complete thread -- A s/l "skull" film of the pelvis was obtained which showed no contrast.
Complete thread -- That s/b process of
Complete thread -- ? process off, proceed with
Complete thread -- I googled and 100 is as high as it goes.
Complete thread -- here....let me google that for you.....see link
Complete thread -- Now, THAT is what I call context!!!
Complete thread -- ITA. I do lots of psych and I've had a few higher than 60, but
Complete thread -- ? if meaning extended release and reading it off a note.
Complete thread -- very common term
Complete thread -- s/l worn off ...
Complete thread -- worn off
Complete thread -- I hear ya
Complete thread -- Lithium carbonate s/l "E-X-R-E-L" 300 mg.
Complete thread -- Difficult one. With epistaxis you would think hyper, but rule
Complete thread -- I am confused
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound like it, but thanks.
Complete thread -- ? Petition for guardianship.
Complete thread -- chicken casserole ?
Complete thread -- s/l canceal
Complete thread -- She says that prior to the start of her symptoms, she had a "chicken ottle"
Complete thread -- Must be saying GAF and not enunciating the A well. Agree with poster below
Complete thread -- Yes, that is why I asked.
Complete thread -- s/l "Proceed of" guardianship may be required
Complete thread -- Axis V on the DSM IV is Global Assessment of Function Scale rating but ...
Complete thread -- I always see Axis V and "GAF" such and such
Complete thread -- s/l "ballismic"
Complete thread -- MoCA
Complete thread -- Psych eval: MMSE and s/l "moco" were 17/30
Complete thread -- hyphen problem
Complete thread -- Good job. I wouldn't have figured that out.
Complete thread -- aluminum hydroxyzide, not sure of "30 mg". Thanks
Complete thread -- Got it, thanks
Complete thread -- magnesium hydroxide?
Complete thread -- also listen for improvement in her flexion
Complete thread -- Sevelamer 2400 mg q.a.c.
Complete thread -- Med that s/l "minum hydroxyzide"
Complete thread -- Agree with wag; improvement innervation is not grammatically correct so to speak.
Complete thread -- improvement in her motion
Complete thread -- necrotizing pancreatitis, he is on a ventilatory
Complete thread -- The first one is sevelamer, thanks
Complete thread -- innervation maybe?
Complete thread -- www.drugs.com, enter *calcet and you'll find your answer
Complete thread -- pt with finger pain... sm
Complete thread -- s/l "senacalcet" 60 mg
Complete thread -- Best I can do without more context. What are diagnoses?
Complete thread -- definition of context:
Complete thread -- Sevelimir? Dialyzyme?
Complete thread -- Marked for QA. Thank you.
Complete thread -- great suggestion, but the more I listen really s/l it starts with a "B" BDS negative
Complete thread -- What are other meds?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- drug s/l "senzelomar 2 dialsin" 400 mg
Complete thread -- Is patient female? Could it be GBS negative?
Complete thread -- an entity such as
Complete thread -- s/l DDS or BDS (checked Google) not sure what doc means here.
Complete thread -- wav posted. ... which would raise the concern of an ???? such as demyelinating disea
Complete thread -- I know, but I don't have any legs.
Complete thread -- s/l todalazol
Complete thread -- not sure, will listen. thanks.
Complete thread -- Pristiq
Complete thread -- I thought of Prilosec and Prozac, but can't find 25 mg dose of either, just 20 mg
Complete thread -- Prilosec?
Complete thread -- s/l pil o zick 25 mg
Complete thread -- No, it doesn't s/l felt at all, but thx
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- A tip for future reference: Google "suture legs." Even though you could (and should have
Complete thread -- That would mean you have been doing it wrong.
Complete thread -- Uh, that answer was already given from someone below.
Complete thread -- You also need to add some punctuation in that first sentence.
Complete thread -- here....let me google that for you.....see link
Complete thread -- Google suture leg. Research!
Complete thread -- Exactly how much time did you spend NOT researching this?
Complete thread -- Disregard, please. My bad.
Complete thread -- OMG c'mon, google your s/l.
Complete thread -- superior mesenteric
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- ortho surgery word help - sm
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- Dictated as "specific gravity of ten twenty five." Typing as 1.025 is correct, right?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- extrarenal pelvis?
Complete thread -- wav posted. pt had ultrasound done in January 2010 and showed evidence of ???
Complete thread -- or just plain angiogram
Complete thread -- Googling x-rays reviewed on packs would have yielded the answer (17 seconds).
Complete thread -- If you google either of your words and then click on Google's suggestion, you will find
Complete thread -- supramesenteric vein is showing up in a lot of peer reviewed journals
Complete thread -- ? cogwheeling
Complete thread -- supramesenteric vein or supermesenteric vein sm
Complete thread -- The patient has Parkinson disease
Complete thread -- Thanks, was just going to come back and say I found it. ...
Complete thread -- picture archiving and communication systems (PACS)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- x-rays
Complete thread -- angiography IMHO
Complete thread -- Elderly male w/ rectal bleeding. Go for an *angio* to try to find source & embolize.
Complete thread -- s/l they got 100 cc output when they placed the NG to drain stomach
Complete thread -- would use and because they are evaluating 2 things
Complete thread -- Thanks I googled but did not see these. Must have googled the wrong words. Thanks to all
Complete thread -- C-spine.
Complete thread -- Since the plural verb are is being used, I would go with and.
Complete thread -- Perhaps just saying felt?
Complete thread -- x-ray of c spine
Complete thread -- True, but you don't want to "argue" with QA, so when they ask you why you transcribed some
Complete thread -- Not sure whom this is directed at, but yes, I can argue the facts with A LOT of Questyr's
Complete thread -- Its that whole thing like mucus plug and mucous plug.
Complete thread -- look fine to me . see links
Complete thread -- giving you a helping hand
Complete thread -- Maybe so, thanks.
Complete thread -- Google your phrase.
Complete thread -- I've googled around a bit and hard to find "on calf," but keep in mind
Complete thread -- He will barf.
Complete thread -- I would think so if left in the same position ??
Complete thread -- Saw that also. Flagging. Not sure. Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- It was me.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- What's the question, please?
Complete thread -- yes, with renal insufficiency. I've heard some higher
Complete thread -- And what will happen to Pete if I don't? ;)
Complete thread -- EEG performed in October 2009 showed frequent bursts s/l and spike in
Complete thread -- Yeah, that was a mess. Can you argue with Questyr's response?
Complete thread -- Drugs.com gives 2 suggestions if you use their phonetic search, although not sure if it's
Complete thread -- I don't guess I am "well versed" enough in English either, as I cannot understand what you
Complete thread -- I know where it came from. And I am pretty certain of who brought it back to life! lol
Complete thread -- NG tube in place with s/l "a hundred" output
Complete thread -- drug
Complete thread -- Who? I not well-versed enough in English to know of Questyr is right. Are you?
Complete thread -- No fistulous tract was palpated or s/l "gort" on the exam.
Complete thread -- That was a post from 2007 from the archives
Complete thread -- BUN 105?
Complete thread -- Oh calm down, for Pete's sake.
Complete thread -- yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- My other books are updated. I just don't like a lot of Stedman's.
Complete thread -- Can you get decubitus ulcers on the calf?
Complete thread -- I think just looking up the definition of each term would help (sm)
Complete thread -- Wonder who posted this? lol Obvious.
Complete thread -- 2nd editions are way old! Things change. Need to update references.
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- Ah, never mind. He repeated it in body of report (which he usually
Complete thread -- guess - vaginal deliveries at term?
Complete thread -- Doc probably dictating too fast. I'd change with a flag.
Complete thread -- OB history, She has had "a turn."
Complete thread -- Uh, just because your QA wants it to be (or says should be) callus formation does not mean
Complete thread -- yes, she just pronounced it funny,. TY
Complete thread -- That's 15 years old! I have 5th and 6th edition, and both have callous formation.
Complete thread -- Potassium chloride 20 "mg" half a tablet daily.
Complete thread -- oopsie daisy there Les. Didn't mean to step on toes. (sm)
Complete thread -- s/l admit
Complete thread -- I've only ever come across one error in all my many Stedman books and that
Complete thread -- fwiw
Complete thread -- Must be REAL old, because I have the 5th edition, and it doesn't.
Complete thread -- Sted's Ortho & Rehab 2nd edition
Complete thread -- Op note for vasectomy. Doc gives anesthesia and I'm just unsure how to type this.
Complete thread -- I don't know if they've improved any (sm)
Complete thread -- And that's not the point (trusting Sted's or not). I want to know what version of Sted's
Complete thread -- Well, most of the MT industry does trust Stedman's. I have never had a company tell me to
Complete thread -- HPI Orthopedic/Neurology 2nd Edition has callus formation
Complete thread -- I was thinking about that, not sure if it makes sense though. Thanks
Complete thread -- icterus?
Complete thread -- Though on second thought, it could be "store is" normal (?). She is ESL but really not
Complete thread -- To the person who said their Stedman's has callus formation, would you please share
Complete thread -- Thanks! She still seems to be saying "star is" normal. I'll flag just because I can't
Complete thread -- on liver exam, no asterixis, no s/l ecarus
Complete thread -- Every single one of my Stedman's has callous formation. No callus formation! If you look
Complete thread -- Really? And which sted's would that be? Please let us know!
Complete thread -- IF (big if) you had Googled your exact s/l ectroprion, then half way down the 1st page,
Complete thread -- hemoglobin stores normal?
Complete thread -- WAG... based only on s/l, maybe adhesions?
Complete thread -- ectropion (How to find? google.com " enter cervix + ectropion" link
Complete thread -- Sometimes you actually have to read and/or click a link or two.
Complete thread -- Hemoglobin *star* is normal. Please sm for full context.
Complete thread -- Correct, sm...
Complete thread -- It's not aspiring, but thanks
Complete thread -- Doesn't s/l that, but thanks
Complete thread -- It doesn't sound quite like adhesive, but I'll keep listening. thanks
Complete thread -- LEEP procedure
Complete thread -- Rectal exam positive for some s/l "aheesis."
Complete thread -- It takes a bit of trial and error to find out how data was stored sm
Complete thread -- I just love it when OPs take the time to come back and acknowledge help!!!
Complete thread -- I just love it when OPs take the time to come back and acknowledge help!!!
Complete thread -- wait, I entered this ( orthopedic Crimson shoulder procedure)
Complete thread -- Thanks! I did do that, and I thought that google would give me a choice, but it didn't. :)
Complete thread -- may be Crimson Duvet. (how to find? google.com enter orthopedic + phrase sm
Complete thread -- scroll down for a picture (could see calling it a tape)
Complete thread -- sorry, that should be Dubay, not Debay. nm
Complete thread -- Thanks much!
Complete thread -- s/l Crimson Debay procedure (orthopedics/sports medicine)... sm
Complete thread -- Yw! :)
Complete thread -- FYI: I have docs say allergy to adhesive tape quite often.
Complete thread -- adhesive tape?
Complete thread -- OpSite?? adhesive dressing but not really a tape
Complete thread -- WAG... aspirin and tape? dI don't usually hear anything but tape said
Complete thread -- YqH is what I find --sm for link
Complete thread -- allergy to s/l 'absit' tape
Complete thread -- Genetics ** Y qh ** region??
Complete thread -- a thumb-based short arm cast?
Complete thread -- Sheesh. Thanks. I usually do google but obviously didn't this time.
Complete thread -- my sted's has callus formation
Complete thread -- Google medication effyent
Complete thread -- Pericardial patch it is... thanks, WAG
Complete thread -- s/l effy ent SM
Complete thread -- thanks but definitely not fiberglass
Complete thread -- It is best if you read an entire post before commenting.
Complete thread -- fiberglass?
Complete thread -- abrams? short arm cast
Complete thread -- Once again, hclokc, you did not read and/or understand the entire OP's post. Her last two
Complete thread -- Who says it should be callus formation? My references say it "should be" callous formatio
Complete thread -- Per Stedman's, callous formation.
Complete thread -- 38-y.o. healthy female preop for hyst: med, s/l kem-kemoo ?
Complete thread -- yw! Glad to help!
Complete thread -- that's right, ty. ...
Complete thread -- it is best if you just post s/l in sentence with surrounding sentences for context instead
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- eburnation
Complete thread -- Right on! thanks so much. ...
Complete thread -- Pericardial patch repair
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- cardiac patch
Complete thread -- vasitis?
Complete thread -- Urology
Complete thread -- tears?
Complete thread -- s/l *fares*.. Could this be right? Thanks
Complete thread -- Think it is diaphysis. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you! It is phenoxybenzamine - not an oxybenzamine
Complete thread -- OP typed callous formation, but nm was pointing out it s/b callus formation
Complete thread -- Should be about 3rd, 5th, 7th, etc. hit down on page.
Complete thread -- Found it.
Complete thread -- google alpha blocker oxybenzamine and see if that's your s/l.
Complete thread -- Got it!
Complete thread -- Stedman's Ortho has seratec scan.
Complete thread -- I'm back. Need help again. s/l oxybenzamine sm
Complete thread -- Ceretec™ (technetium Tc-99m exametazime)
Complete thread -- what does your callus mean?
Complete thread -- Help with type of scan
Complete thread -- hmm, I guess it IS a wine --'Tequila wine' sm
Complete thread -- Yep, should be verrucae (plural and 2 r's) and also calloused (adj. form).
Complete thread -- doubt this as would not have fracture of adipose tissue nor callus formation
Complete thread -- might also be diaphysis...can have metaphyseal, epiphyseal or diaphyseal fracture
Complete thread -- Just for clarification: I am correcting my own typos in my above posts, not the OP's missp
Complete thread -- You're right. I missed that and would not type A. !
Complete thread -- and means (for archives) thoracic endovascular aneurysm repair (TEVAR)
Complete thread -- adipose tissue
Complete thread -- Make sure to correct your misspellings.
Complete thread -- epiphysis? callus
Complete thread -- should be "not callused" instead of calluses.
Complete thread -- Also, calloused, not calluses. Need adjective form.
Complete thread -- WAG ??metaphysis??
Complete thread -- LOL! that was a head-smacker! thank you very much
Complete thread -- On "fingers" would indicate more than one!
Complete thread -- oh good grief!! i can't believe i didn't get that!! thanks!
Complete thread -- Problem is he may be reading from the patient's
Complete thread -- Verruca; it has 2 r's!
Complete thread -- Try TEVAR
Complete thread -- "A" small....indicates only one
Complete thread -- and fibula *adapsys*
Complete thread -- veruccae!
Complete thread -- Alimta?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I can hear the LDH now but the first one I'll have to flag. : )
Complete thread -- I'm just going to give it to him since he's specific about it.
Complete thread -- DX: Thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm status post TVAR. plse sm
Complete thread -- verucca
Complete thread -- I think he may be saying was 90 palp in the field (meaning
Complete thread -- Yes, he spells it and definitely not sayin "or."
Complete thread -- s/l foo-gay
Complete thread -- He spells it? Could he possibly be saying tequilla OR wine?
Complete thread -- lactic acid and LDH?
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- One exam
Complete thread -- 54'yo female in hospital with anemia. Under labs, he includes the following...
Complete thread -- tiquilla????
Complete thread -- Thank you all!
Complete thread -- s/l flo ri nex "may" be Floranex (coordinate with text of course)
Complete thread -- norepi = norepinephrine, epi - epinephrine
Complete thread -- is this consider "an" exam or is it plural
Complete thread -- "norepi" = norepinephrine
Complete thread -- probably short for norepinephrine
Complete thread -- norepi is norepinephrine
Complete thread -- there are 3 areas of CK----total CK, CK-MB, CK-index
Complete thread -- yes, but the nearest thing is florinef
Complete thread -- likely to be in cardiac oriented seems to me given troponin sm
Complete thread -- Yes. They'll say MB, though in patient records on the computer it's always CK-MB.
Complete thread -- Did you try drugs.com phonetic search? Might find something there.
Complete thread -- I have never done this before, help please. s/l norepi
Complete thread -- flo-ri-nex
Complete thread -- Would this make sense?
Complete thread -- CK-MB
Complete thread -- Check to see if they are SGOT values...?
Complete thread -- Know what lab word might fit here? I'm not good with ESL. Sigh...
Complete thread -- bp palp and feel?
Complete thread -- Yes. Forgot to change what VR put before I posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Hear "The drainage sites were present"?
Complete thread -- I can't listen to your mp3, but s/b epithelial inclusion CYST (not cystic)
Complete thread -- SKIN: On her back she had an epithelial inclusion cystic that is status post
Complete thread -- I'm hearing Inner aspect used, was cleansed with, but it doesn't make
Complete thread -- all I can hear is "inner aspect views" but that makes no sense to me
Complete thread -- Don't know s/l, but check the rest of the sentence. ? and oscillating
Complete thread -- premature callus?
Complete thread -- premature?
Complete thread -- Looking in Sted's Ortho under callus, the only thing I see that might fit your s/l is
Complete thread -- Pt undergoing laparoscopy to rule out endometriosis
Complete thread -- Thanks! The allergy was clearly stated as metoprolol, but the med was the one
Complete thread -- The ends of the clavicle were removed of (s/l fer-ma-ture?) callus usi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help and explanation!
Complete thread -- *off head* cutting block
Complete thread -- sent for pathology for further analysis. _____ was cleansed
Complete thread -- I would not try to "think" or "assume" when it comes to a medication. If you do not
Complete thread -- seems to make sense
Complete thread -- I would definitely flag this. Since you cannot be sure what the "oh umm" means and there
Complete thread -- NP states metoprolol as an allergy and then goes on to med list and states
Complete thread -- Am I just too tired to get this or is she mixing up her words? Med dosing. Please
Complete thread -- may be - intertubercular groove sm
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both :)
Complete thread -- When you google and start to type in upper GI, a drop-down list of possible
Complete thread -- upper gastrointestinal series? SM
Complete thread -- oops hit my expander ICSI
Complete thread -- found it .. Is IVF and ICS CARDIOPLEGIC SOLUTION\
Complete thread -- s/l intravercular groove? SM
Complete thread -- Agree with cap
Complete thread -- Under diagnosis, so I need to expand - "Patient refused esophagogastroduodenoscopy,
Complete thread -- The OP said, if you read the entire post, she does not believe it's T&A. Please read befo
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- wow, thanks Questyr
Complete thread -- s/l and *XE*... Any suggestions? Thanks
Complete thread -- see link to see what you think
Complete thread -- s/o *lim-town* carboplatin sm
Complete thread -- s/l shear or shir
Complete thread -- ooh...good one...wonder if that isn't it!
Complete thread -- Ok, thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- I think it is figure-of-4 testing
Complete thread -- He mentions she "is of child-bearing age" so he's doing an hCG to
Complete thread -- I am sorry, I guess I did not give all the details. The doctor is sta ...
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Please ignore SMI in post as that is not correct.
Complete thread -- I would expect hepatic profile...I tried to confirm by
Complete thread -- creakiness?
Complete thread -- She will obtain a baseline *HCG*.
Complete thread -- I would do it 7-1/2 weeks old ...or by client preference if different.
Complete thread -- Ages
Complete thread -- T&A
Complete thread -- can't tell if doc is saying hepatic or lymphatic
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but that's a new one on me too. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Kapidex?
Complete thread -- GERD med s/l carp -uh - tez
Complete thread -- wonder if it is "grittiness"
Complete thread -- Yes, but I believe it is written +6.00, +1.50
Complete thread -- FYI..the "and" doesn't make sense. Could he be
Complete thread -- doesn't sound like the patient is describing a sound.
Complete thread -- This doc has said in several reports past surgeries include s/l "DNA"
Complete thread -- crepitance?
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- crepitus?
Complete thread -- When you cannot recast and it's beginning of sentence, then you have to cap.
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- sloughing?
Complete thread -- Recast: Right wrist de Quervain tenosynovitis
Complete thread -- Langer's line?? Is this pleural?
Complete thread -- s.l groffing
Complete thread -- look under line in your Dorland's
Complete thread -- capitalize it.
Complete thread -- But it is OPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: 1. de Quervain’s tenosynovitis, right wrist.
Complete thread -- I think I would add a word. "The de Quervain tenosynovitis..."
Complete thread -- s/l "langular" line(s)
Complete thread -- What do you do with de Quervain’s tenosynovitis at the beginning of a sentence?
Complete thread -- hematocrit stabilized and the ileostomy S/L turns bilious?
Complete thread -- written a prescription for *Plus* 6.00 *Plus* 1.50 x 90 in each eye
Complete thread -- Or GOOGLE! Google antibiotic cephosporin (your exact s/l)
Complete thread -- Go to drugs.com and use their phonetic search. You will find answer.
Complete thread -- help with preop antibiotic for lumbar fusion
Complete thread -- s/l *tort*
Complete thread -- I answered my own question...."spasmolytic"
Complete thread -- Now I'm thinking it is ____ lytic.....s/l "spasmolytic"....
Complete thread -- Yeah, right. YOU need to move on! Who cares!
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but you need to revise your punctuation, as you have ankle/foot
Complete thread -- Yes....short for panoramic
Complete thread -- "spasmodic" cocktail
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- A pan-view of the abdomen?
Complete thread -- Never mind Found it.
Complete thread -- Oncology question. s/l belcade doxal
Complete thread -- Stool culture positive for "A. diff agulence." Can't find anywhere.
Complete thread -- perilymph? sm and link
Complete thread -- posterolateral artery
Complete thread -- May have *repair len* fistula, but would have to do middle ear exploration for this.
Complete thread -- You may be right! But it sounded pretty clear. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Cardiology ESL - pronounces everything wrong in his attempt at English ... sm
Complete thread -- Mirizzi?
Complete thread -- Thanks, that's it. nm :)
Complete thread -- To someone whom I'm sure is here-I got it! I simply understood
Complete thread -- cellulitic?
Complete thread -- BKA stump exploration sm
Complete thread -- bile duct area
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- nodular?
Complete thread -- patient in a drug list writes down that she is on DYNAIRE. Any idea what this is?
Complete thread -- does doc mention epirubicin, cisplatin and 5-FU (ECF protocol)?
Complete thread -- M band?
Complete thread -- stuffiness?
Complete thread -- forget it
Complete thread -- 2 mm *vaginal* density in the left upper lobe
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- epirubicin
Complete thread -- hand x=ray
Complete thread -- Patient with esophageal cancer on cisplatin and s/l*iparibizine*
Complete thread -- can find arytenoids in One Look above
Complete thread -- diagnosis is joint pain, shoulder contusion, shoulder *R E G* sprain shoulder/
Complete thread -- Many dictators use a sort of short-hand way of leaving out what they seem to consider sm
Complete thread -- serum electrophoresis does not reveal *a numb band?* nm
Complete thread -- just curious
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- Yankauer suction, I believe, is the correct spelling . . . sorry about that
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- He's saying 8CF, but not sure about spaces or hyphens.
Complete thread -- true vocal cords or "posterior wit en oids".
Complete thread -- thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- what looks beautiful?
Complete thread -- #2 regular heart and lung #3 condition
Complete thread -- ECF?
Complete thread -- I suspect in another week or two this will be healed in.
Complete thread -- Correct way to type chemotherapy with *8CF* thanks. nm
Complete thread -- I think it looks beautiful
Complete thread -- another wav pls..thank you!
Complete thread -- She is saying there is "no answer" to what Dr C was consulted for
Complete thread -- follow up is correct in this case
Complete thread -- effacement - for the first s/l
Complete thread -- i hear Centrum for the first one . . . listening again . . .
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- med help - posted mp3 pls
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ESL doc, but does sound like that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- aponeurosis? fossa?
Complete thread -- Might be EUS
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- STAGE: T3N0M0 per PET scan and s/l *EOS* or *e-o-west*
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- healed-in in ?
Complete thread -- in in
Complete thread -- Ménière's
Complete thread -- on review of systems today he reports problems with ___' disease.
Complete thread -- removed using Yankuer suction???
Complete thread -- a feeding gastrostomy tube was connected using a *no no* technique.
Complete thread -- cricopharyngeal area which was removed using a *yanko* with suction
Complete thread -- if it might be referred discomfort and/or a cardiac problem...different sources.
Complete thread -- impedance atrial lead ???
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please help
Complete thread -- posted wav
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- the phosphorus binder is now being taken
Complete thread -- following up on my post yesterday on what s/l "goodnight" suture.
Complete thread -- wav help pls
Complete thread -- CaPox
Complete thread -- syneched
Complete thread -- posted
Complete thread -- moving on thanks
Complete thread -- posted wav
Complete thread -- Review of CT of the lumbar spine shows multilevel degenerative changes ...
Complete thread -- She is tender to palpation throughout her left wrist and within the re ...
Complete thread -- Please help, S/L (KPOX) adjuvant chemotherapy.
Complete thread -- Mohs?
Complete thread -- s/l millis
Complete thread -- "to rule out adenoids"?? Aren't adenoids supposed to be there?
Complete thread -- Diovan 80 mg (maybe saying 80 and not 8)
Complete thread -- you sure not Diovan?
Complete thread -- Advised to get x-ray of the nasopharynx and the "nasal neck" to rule out adenoids.
Complete thread -- wav attached, please sm tx
Complete thread -- frank walking? no trigging? You need to change a few things!
Complete thread -- You sure that's not locking instead of walking?
Complete thread -- I've heard of an A1 pulley release before....
Complete thread -- A1 pulley?
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: Status post right carpal tunnel release and ____?
Complete thread -- That is what she says, but it's best not to guess or assume on meds
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- WAV: meds help- s/l 'citoprolam'. Maybe she meant citalopram
Complete thread -- sorry should have been nasopharynx.
Complete thread -- Advised to get x-ray of the nasal pharynx and the "nasal neck" to rule out adenoids
Complete thread -- So not sold in the U.S.? Is the patient from Spain?
Complete thread -- baseline shortness of breath with exertion
Complete thread -- Just for archives sake. Divial¤. Manufacturer: Merck (Spain). Active ingredients: Lorazep
Complete thread -- mp3 pls
Complete thread -- MAFO foot-drop brace?
Complete thread -- Okay, can't verify it myself, but ignore me.
Complete thread -- Never mind, I see you have it below.
Complete thread -- Never heard of No. 8. Divial. What is that, may I ask?
Complete thread -- got it parafon forte... tnx nweiz
Complete thread -- drug name help
Complete thread -- yes, yes, that is it thanks so much
Complete thread -- vardenafil (Levitra)
Complete thread -- med s/l Tardinophil Pardinofil, cardinofil. something like that... anybody?
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- Ok, got this one. Divial (Lorazepam)
Complete thread -- anyone heard of a med that s/l die-vial
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would not load my file again Lo. I gave up
Complete thread -- by bleeding? sm for context please.
Complete thread -- please help with wav
Complete thread -- I don't think you got the right sound for your blank
Complete thread -- Wow, REAL references are great resources!
Complete thread -- I thought this board has been here 6-7 years? Seems long enough
Complete thread -- if in doubt, flag
Complete thread -- i would go with in fup
Complete thread -- The left adnexa was then identified and again the left ovary was found to be normal.
Complete thread -- I suggested checking with Dr. XXX "and follow up" or "in followup". in doubt
Complete thread -- thanks so much.
Complete thread -- if so I would probably transcribe.....Normal left adnexa. On the right side, there...
Complete thread -- Normal left adnexa. Ovary on the right side: There was no ovary
Complete thread -- I'm scared to look ....
Complete thread -- Probably creating a word for Gowers sign or maneuver
Complete thread -- Depends entirely on account/doctor. They change it every time you turn around. There is
Complete thread -- most places now use disk for ortho (as per book of style, I believe)
Complete thread -- gowering (sm)
Complete thread -- sorry to ask this dumb question but for ortho it is disc and not disk right? no acct
Complete thread -- QA came back for the Tylenol-s/l spiral...see below!
Complete thread -- LOL...It WAS Tylenol-style!
Complete thread -- the fallopian tube(s) can be clubbed, but no clue what the ray part is supposed to be?
Complete thread -- ty again
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- decreased GFR, but need to take into account this is . . .
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l clubbed ray tube. SM
Complete thread -- "to lose weight, modify diet, and ....
Complete thread -- You need to go back and read what you posted then. You're coming off as a lot of things
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- okayyyyyyyyyyyyy never said you were .......
Complete thread -- You should fit in quite nicely with the jokers and the other person.
Complete thread -- Uhhhh. I'm not the OP. And I'm not your honeybunch. Good Lord.
Complete thread -- wav help pls
Complete thread -- sorry!! got lost in my own mess of a dictation!! LOL
Complete thread -- umm who the h#ll would have
Complete thread -- if you do, you need before and after, problem, though, in his left shoulder
Complete thread -- do i need a comma here after problem? thanks!
Complete thread -- You better BEWARE of some posters here also. There are some real jokers and
Complete thread -- haha.. welcome sue!
Complete thread -- Sue, if you have speakers hooked up, click on wav to hear his post
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- well, this board hasn't been around that long, but I have plus a good many more!
Complete thread -- They posted a wav, you click on it and you can hear it, but most don't give a s/l
Complete thread -- Hiding?
Complete thread -- did you get an answer yet? could be a bunch of things ... what does it sound like?
Complete thread -- I can't listen, so I was hoping to get a hint. but someone else got it.
Complete thread -- shows he has converted to normal sinus rhythm
Complete thread -- oh my Lord ..
Complete thread -- pls help with wav
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- SCDs
Complete thread -- well I usually don't give one with a sound clip but s/l ACG to me
Complete thread -- Do you have any s/l. ??
Complete thread -- prophylaxis. Nexium and _____ as patient has high INR.
Complete thread -- yes she is saying FFP Thanks.
Complete thread -- FFP fresh frozen plasma
Complete thread -- I was thinking like a silent p there
Complete thread -- patient undergoing pleurocentesis. Will give vitamin K and s/l FFB during the
Complete thread -- visual acuity was 20/25 (-2) on the right and 20/25 on the left. She had a pale optic
Complete thread -- The questions, which had ??, were answered. I thank you all for the help!
Complete thread -- saccadic pursuit
Complete thread -- 20/25 (-2) INO (Internuclear Ophthalmoplegia (INO))
Complete thread -- I am confused. what are the questions?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- not my field of expertise, but I would think: The fetal occiput was rotated to the
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav (does the fetal occiput part make sense)
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- I would, no documentation for "presquamous."
Complete thread -- yes, Merriam-Webster says "usually New Year's."
Complete thread -- I know, that is why I say it s/l it. Any guesses?
Complete thread -- Please look at this paragraph
Complete thread -- I was reading a web site that stated to use apostrophe
Complete thread -- why would you hyphenate pre- anything? off-shores?
Complete thread -- does not make sense with either word
Complete thread -- What is the apostrophe for here? To show that New Year possesses what?sm
Complete thread -- Does Years have an apostrophe here or not?
Complete thread -- I bet that's it, thanks!
Complete thread -- derm
Complete thread -- s/l breathe or breed
Complete thread -- maybe he meant Apligraf® skin graft?
Complete thread -- Amputated great toe with s/l "apple" skin graft.
Complete thread -- could be, thank
Complete thread -- obgyn - word help - sm
Complete thread -- listen for ascites.
Complete thread -- More...does this help? lol...probably not
Complete thread -- Melan-A?
Complete thread -- I know! I wish I could figure out how to post the file. Now, I am hearing Tylenol
Complete thread -- Good. Dying to know what it was. hate it when they slur so badly.
Complete thread -- Thank you ALL for the suggestions. I am going to try them all and then come back
Complete thread -- s/l mark1 or martin1
Complete thread -- You are probably right. He is a MAJOR slurrer, so I will flag and maybe I will get the QA
Complete thread -- mild pancreatic s/l "assi teeg"
Complete thread -- sparingly
Complete thread -- Tylenol with codeine probably. Tylenol No. 3 for example or No. 4
Complete thread -- thanks. was just coming back to say I found it! LOL
Complete thread -- The patient is asking for a more advanced pain med for her back pain and he is saying
Complete thread -- Google insular
Complete thread -- petrous and cavernous sinuses
Complete thread -- exactly what for? Pain ? NSAID? antispasm? Tylenol-containing medications?
Complete thread -- here's another one that is taxing my brain too much...
Complete thread -- oops, over the counter
Complete thread -- slurring other the counter perhaps?
Complete thread -- This issue is for her back...could he be slurring spinal? I'm really reaching....
Complete thread -- Ortho - s/l spiral medicines??? Any wags? Maybe I'm having a braincloud, don't know!
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- this info is somewhere in the dark recesses of my brain, but I cannot bring it up....
Complete thread -- sounds like you are listening to the same kind of dictator I am suffering with.
Complete thread -- see link perforans...I did not read the whole post, just going by s/l
Complete thread -- NM, the none didn't register.
Complete thread -- ?? This resident just started dictating a discharge summary and her first
Complete thread -- ? late prenatal care
Complete thread -- nothing wrong. it just looks funny.
Complete thread -- He has been working 12-, 13-, 14-hour days. (looks funny to me, what did I do wrong?
Complete thread -- Still can't get the first syllable, Thanks.
Complete thread -- This is MY FIRST POST! lol
Complete thread -- This is HCLOKC defending herself! I am not fooled! lol
Complete thread -- prevalence, I think.
Complete thread -- s/l "perferens" vessels
Complete thread -- ___ cholelithiasis.
Complete thread -- microalbumin, and no sense of s/l prev-a-dence peripheral neuropathy.
Complete thread -- /l "sinoco" lithiasis on right quadrant ultrasound
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help! ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for looking. Flagged. ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- PEEP
Complete thread -- equinus
Complete thread -- tidal volume of 600, s/l "teeb" of 14, 10 of pressure support
Complete thread -- Muscle strength is 5/5 for all compartments of the lower extremity. R ...
Complete thread -- poor (none) prenatal care
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- GI? For ROS ?
Complete thread -- Black or bloody stools would go under what heading?
Complete thread -- It looks like this is about your 4th post attempting to stick up for her. LOL.
Complete thread -- ex vacuo?
Complete thread -- I must have used the wrong word as in emphasis. You're as dense as H on this matter.
Complete thread -- Subsequently he had right-sided thoracentesis that lead to sm
Complete thread -- WE all also understood WHAT she was saying. However, it was NOT what was asked and you
Complete thread -- waking the head?
Complete thread -- glad you do. Because it had nothing to do with what was asked?
Complete thread -- I personally wouldn't want to chance editing it, thinking I knew exactly what was
Complete thread -- She sure did read the whole thing-thus her answer-as she saw
Complete thread -- I complete understand now what you're saying. I posted to you further down
Complete thread -- I don't see anything in the OP that shows that the time it's spelled out
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Oh, I see what you're saying. I do see inside she spells out-sm
Complete thread -- makes sense to me, no ovary visible, just cyst.
Complete thread -- ops not my thing! OB-GYN procedure.....please sm
Complete thread -- Pt. has "pleurisity" when she takes a deep breath. Should I put "pleurisy symptoms"
Complete thread -- Actually, it was areae gastricae. ...
Complete thread -- lie down
Complete thread -- waking makes 0 sense
Complete thread -- you need punctuation corrections at the beginning == waking instead of walking
Complete thread -- warmth on the side of the head
Complete thread -- not in One Look -- heme compatible, but think the edema comatible makes more sense
Complete thread -- edema compatible with?
Complete thread -- Headache. bit of an aura in terms of s/l walking the side of the head and some occasi
Complete thread -- Flank pain often means kidney trouble. Which is typically in the back, but this has
Complete thread -- I put in the back. Let me know what your super says.
Complete thread -- I'm having my supervisor look at it. Thanks for the responses.
Complete thread -- You got it!
Complete thread -- s/l hemocompatible??
Complete thread -- How are you doing your other "headings"? Do you use a narrative form or what?
Complete thread -- It's the physical exam. Doctor does not dictate the heading. Goes from ...
Complete thread -- Where is this being dictated? All depends on your account also. What we might say could
Complete thread -- where is the doctor dictating it/surrounding text?
Complete thread -- where to put flank
Complete thread -- no no, no no, no no no no no
Complete thread -- something -esterol? need context
Complete thread -- She is using percent there as emphasizing it as the WORD the doctor SAID, not that
Complete thread -- You have got to be on drugs or sleepy or just being as obtuse as you can today. This is
Complete thread -- I've got another wag but will wait for context
Complete thread -- Good grief. Nobody (except you) mentioned spelling out percentage, and nobody mentioned a
Complete thread -- No, it most certainly was not. Only person mentioning to spell out percentage was YOU!!!!
Complete thread -- or Vistaril?
Complete thread -- What's up!? You normally don't carry on like this. You misunderstood the question--no
Complete thread -- Need context!
Complete thread -- medication
Complete thread -- perhaps you should re-read it as the first example given, which is noted as the way they
Complete thread -- We ALL understand you are NOT answering the question. YOU are the only one who does NOT
Complete thread -- Ah - thanks.
Complete thread -- DCIS
Complete thread -- She's clear, I just don't know what this is.
Complete thread -- diastasis?
Complete thread -- Did you even bother to read the whole thing, or what?
Complete thread -- The 11 o'clock position also had some associated "D-say-yes". sm
Complete thread -- It sounds like S rather than a hard C but will listen again. Thanks!
Complete thread -- That's the subject line--you need to read the WHOLE message before putting your 1/2 cent
Complete thread -- yes, you're right; thank you
Complete thread -- Cozaar for hypertension?
Complete thread -- sm for context, pls
Complete thread -- 90% to 95%, or 90-95%? SHE IS ASKING WHETHER TO USE THE % MARK WITH
Complete thread -- If you cannot read all these messages and figure it out, then you need to stop.
Complete thread -- then what does "% to use or not to use" mean?
Complete thread -- context?
Complete thread -- Can't find a med s/l "Solzair". Pt has hypertension, enlarged prostate. Suggestions?
Complete thread -- she wanted to know which is correct..90-95% or 90%-95%
Complete thread -- You still do not get it. She is not asking whether to use the % sign or spell it out.
Complete thread -- problem is there is no "the way" to do it.. client preference wins out there are only best
Complete thread -- Not sounding quite like that, but thanks for the suggestions. :)
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- i hear it now; thank you
Complete thread -- also check METRx
Complete thread -- Which is correct way to type? 90% to 95%, or 90-95%?
Complete thread -- READ
Complete thread -- HCLOKC: OP wants to know if she puts percentage after each number, not if it's "okay" or
Complete thread -- Anesthesia was asked to Valsalva the patient?
Complete thread -- No, you didn't answer her question at all.
Complete thread -- No, best or okay does not answer the question. She was not asking if it's okay or best to
Complete thread -- resolvable parameter?
Complete thread -- hit enter too soon; here's the entire:
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- so if I had said "best" instead of "ok" you would understand I was answering the question?
Complete thread -- that's what i was thinking; thanks
Complete thread -- granular layer
Complete thread -- I hear the same thing. Wonder if it means ever-increasing in size, sequential dilation.
Complete thread -- The metastatic disease probably has not progressed to the point of
Complete thread -- steatocytoma multiplex - ruptured cyst lined by stratified sm
Complete thread -- heard of ever-increasing dilators cause that's what it s/l to me?
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav (lateral discectomy using Metrix retractor)
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- BoS, page 308 to 309. Use % with numbers, and repeat the % with each number in a range
Complete thread -- aha - germane - Thanks!
Complete thread -- Pay attention! She isn't asking if it's okay to use %. She is asking what's correct way
Complete thread -- ger----
Complete thread -- AAMT BoS prefers the percent mark with each number, 90% to 95% and that is how
Complete thread -- Sounds like a prize-winning example of "patient dumping" ROFL! :-)
Complete thread -- Seriously???? How do you transcribe (and verify) ortho w/o a book (or CD).
Complete thread -- s/l "dramaine"
Complete thread -- generally ok to use % but some accounts that symbol gets messed up on --sm
Complete thread -- plafond?
Complete thread -- stress fracture
Complete thread -- %- to use or not to use
Complete thread -- If you transcribe ortho, you MUST get Sted's Ortho. It's a lifesaver!
Complete thread -- OneLook shows the following possibilities, you might want to check there if
Complete thread -- It's prerogative, not perogative.
Complete thread -- thanks~!
Complete thread -- battery side?
Complete thread -- all those medications and he only gives 1 PAST MEDICAL HISTORY. LOL. hydrochloride
Complete thread -- meclizine hydrochloride?
Complete thread -- med s/l medragine pt had a stroke for PMH and that is all
Complete thread -- I'd say interpolar region and the lower pole....
Complete thread -- Heart: Normal S1 and S2
Complete thread -- Whispered pectoriloquy (maybe this spelling) check
Complete thread -- Whispered pectroliloquy
Complete thread -- egophony s/l wisper correct low lil oh qui
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- Sorry, it's about the kidney. ...
Complete thread -- CT Abd/pelvis
Complete thread -- i believe you're right; thanks again
Complete thread -- Only if he means in essence that she has never been anticoagulated, then
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- bowel series is what I was thinking it might be
Complete thread -- spinal cord stimulation in contemporary chronic pain ... Electrodes are of two types—perc
Complete thread -- Well, I have only what he states and nothing more. Just wondering if *anti* could work
Complete thread -- thanks; does that first blank sound like bowel Z and does that make sense?
Complete thread -- PACS
Complete thread -- should say ASR put "plates" there, but I'm not sure about "plates"
Complete thread -- s/l "sorbiside"
Complete thread -- That's what I thought, but it doesn't s/l leads, can hear an "ates" sound
Complete thread -- hypercoagulable means tendency to clot, wonder if doc is meaning
Complete thread -- stimulator unit and it was placed in the pocket with s/l "better" side facing externa
Complete thread -- "the two leads were then connected"?
Complete thread -- She has no history of *anticoagulable* state. Not saying hypercoagulable. Would
Complete thread -- increasing vascular resistence (stuttered on that?) but the vascular fluid
Complete thread -- The s/l "tooth ates" were then connected to the trial lead programmer
Complete thread -- Fluoroscopic films were saved to the s/l "pack system"
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Just by googling it this way and looking for words before ulcer, I'm finding
Complete thread -- Thanks. Name of doc was somewhat inaudible but sounded like ER doc.
Complete thread -- Hunner?
Complete thread -- yes on patients being admitted they sometimes do H&P
Complete thread -- In your experience, do ER docs do H&Ps sometimes?
Complete thread -- Bladder was also then slowly drained and filled a second time trying to determine if
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the help
Complete thread -- Hmmm could it be "looks like its holding there".On listening again.
Complete thread -- gemcitabine
Complete thread -- maybe he means it as all inclusive of fracture fragments, they are all in there and
Complete thread -- It really seems the most likely (found many hits of "commissures" with "stenosis")
Complete thread -- perhaps patient could have both?
Complete thread -- wav posted. re: humerus fracture xray. "it is not displaced and looks like ????"
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- When I googled your s/l this way using what you do seem to hear
Complete thread -- Gemcitabine (Gemzar®) is the chemotherapy drug used most often to treat pancreatic cancer.
Complete thread -- Word help - Chemotherapy with IV s/l cham-sit-o-min?
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- I couldn't say for sure. I'm trying to google for more info, but not coming
Complete thread -- thats what i wondered. think it makes sense?
Complete thread -- obsessive-compulsive disorder
Complete thread -- Pt has absence "compulsive" disorder followed by Neurology, which has
Complete thread -- ROFL!!!! Thinking they meant funeral home, but that's funny. Well, morbid, sorry.
Complete thread -- Have you seen this done before? Wondering if doc meant to say this.
Complete thread -- armamentarium?
Complete thread -- s/l arm-i-men-tum
Complete thread -- Pt. died at hospital on xx/xx/xxxx and discharged to nursing home. ??
Complete thread -- Oh, most likely imperatives as above.
Complete thread -- priorities?
Complete thread -- I started thinking that. Quite possible, think it fits?
Complete thread -- perogatives? (though not sure that's the best choice of words to use here if so)
Complete thread -- imperatives?
Complete thread -- pulmonary commissure ?
Complete thread -- I have no idea if this is correct or not .... sm
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- Googling the words will give it to you also
Complete thread -- no, but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- Patient with congenital heart disease sm
Complete thread -- a little stretched, but maybe palliatives?
Complete thread -- make sure to "open" the hits to get correct spelling
Complete thread -- TEE is transesophageal echocardiogram ? TE?
Complete thread -- try googling each one with the words lab test. That will make it clear :)
Complete thread -- These s/l "poweratives" have been conveyed.
Complete thread -- Stedman Orthopedic and Rehab words CD-ROM is what I use
Complete thread -- Stedman's Ortho is an invaluable book if you're transcribing Ortho a lot
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- TE or TEE?
Complete thread -- my suggestion is to type tetrology* into onelook above
Complete thread -- s/l *tetrology of fillet*, any suggestions? Thanks
Complete thread -- epigastrium ?
Complete thread -- Air-contrast UGI with KUB
Complete thread -- Thanks to both! nm
Complete thread -- Stedman's Abbrev also shows them capped EO and EOS
Complete thread -- If verbatim, then you have to type eos. My account allows that and it
Complete thread -- thanx. Is that a book or site that you looked in
Complete thread -- eo and eos
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- see link..scan down to the knee surgery book, talks about
Complete thread -- Eosinophils. Doc dictates "ee-oo" or "ee-oos"(verbatim). How to spell that out? nm
Complete thread -- According to these hits, in context of surgery it seems to be an intraaortic filter
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I just looked in Sted's Ortho and it has trough--bone trough, trough line and trough sign.
Complete thread -- Well, I guess it could be, but I have never transcribed that in over 5+ years in ortho,
Complete thread -- No this doc says "a-la" as in "ala mode" She's said it in several reports.
Complete thread -- x-ray shows s/l troff in the lateral femoral condyle
Complete thread -- I'd probably flag the phrase "45 years". Probably does mean pack-years but we're not
Complete thread -- ??AHA?? meaning American Heart Association
Complete thread -- Cardiac patient discharged on s/l "ala" heart diet.
Complete thread -- You should ask your QA (if it's not in your specs) why you got counted off for not capping
Complete thread -- Could it be "does not have any face or saccadic eye movements?"
Complete thread -- it could be that but this dictator is just not that very clear speaking
Complete thread -- Perhaps your QA needs a drug reference book too, or it is an
Complete thread -- I'm finding med journal hits for "pursuit and saccadic eye movement" on google
Complete thread -- Full sentence is only that "he had aortic surgery with "Embolex" 2 years ago. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Oh, good one! Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- No, not capped as it is generic BUT some accounts want all their drugs capped, so
Complete thread -- Did you follow the hits and find out more info? To me, I see one as
Complete thread -- thanks for the second part :)
Complete thread -- Ok, is vancomycin capped? I didn't cap it and was counted off for it. nm
Complete thread -- saccadic eye movements, but I don't know what the first part of your s/l could be
Complete thread -- For aortic surgery - Embolex or Embol-x? I find it both ways.
Complete thread -- My QL shows glipizide comes in extended release form. No cap.
Complete thread -- place and so psychotic
Complete thread -- ahh, I think it is... chromic for the subcu to obliterate dead space
Complete thread -- Very conversational older doc who tends to ramble or not really
Complete thread -- I know. Thanks
Complete thread -- I doubt "blade", but can't think what to suggest
Complete thread -- Looked at archives but still ?: glipizide is generic, but isn't Glipizide ER cap'd?
Complete thread -- It appears to be correct, but I can't get into the article ..see link
Complete thread -- Nevermind - saying seborrhea. (5 o'clock somewhere?)
Complete thread -- 2-0 *blade* at the dead space
Complete thread -- See link....so you know correct way, but QA helps write the paycheck
Complete thread -- ever hear of an A-frame guide- acetabulum using the ___ guide
Complete thread -- Thanks. Not much of a newbie anymore, although on my accounts, I still have days where I
Complete thread -- I fixed it. It was obvious and would not harm patient care in any way.
Complete thread -- I am a fellow CSer. I knew you had been around a while, but I thought someone on here
Complete thread -- I certainly do. When we and others continue to perpetuate errors, they simply start
Complete thread -- PE: Pt. has s/l see-goy-ah involving his face.
Complete thread -- should that have been 0.005, I am thinking..
Complete thread -- Not five cents, 1/2 cent. Man, I wish! A little over 2 years now for being an MT.
Complete thread -- Wow, a 5 cent per line raise? That's substantial! How long you been an MT now?
Complete thread -- I did get a .05 cent raise for that. They did not help with the cost at all but the
Complete thread -- Well, that's an obvious error.
Complete thread -- So far, it was wrong twice. They do say I can correct obvious errors.
Complete thread -- dental
Complete thread -- acdaca--off topic, but I was wondering if you get paid extra for being a CMT
Complete thread -- They are your clients. I would do what you feel comfortable doing. What I would do for m
Complete thread -- yes. Maybe he'll notice it and dictate it correctly next time. I'm an optimist.
Complete thread -- Guy keeps saying myco avium bacterium. It is ok to make that correct, isn't it?
Complete thread -- Sounds so much better than my 1500! Thanks. Has to be either
Complete thread -- BP 139/59 (can't get the rest)
Complete thread -- thank you for your help
Complete thread -- yes, absolutely will go with QA, but just confused about it - thanks both!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Maybe your QA is going with the new trend that the fewer hyphens, the better. I too would
Complete thread -- I am hearing 1500, not really a good blood pressure reading. MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- SM for illustration from Dorland's
Complete thread -- I would have used hyphen, too, but since QA deleted, then I would go w/ what they want.
Complete thread -- probably t.i.d
Complete thread -- never mind. thought I looked it up first, but apparently not. I apologize!!
Complete thread -- "Last seen two and one-half years ago." Isn't my hyphen correct? (QA deleted it)
Complete thread -- confused sm
Complete thread -- Showing on Google when searched this way...(see link). Not a ton of
Complete thread -- Patient's medications include Lamotrigine 25 mg s/l q t d.
Complete thread -- believe just lower-case cardio
Complete thread -- purine
Complete thread -- yup - found this on google, pretty sure it's it.
Complete thread -- Many thanks
Complete thread -- not familiar with chiropractic - s/l atlas ?
Complete thread -- Patient with breast cancer, having surgery. s/l oncotype DX sm
Complete thread -- a home exercise program which she is doing currently at "Cardio&# ...
Complete thread -- not your s/l, but should "inclusive" be "occlusive" dressing?
Complete thread -- 36 mm metal femoral head, *normal* offset +0.
Complete thread -- purine-rich (foods usually cause gout)
Complete thread -- GABA (gamma aminobutyric acid), which is also usually an inhibitory neurotransmitter. GABA
Complete thread -- protein?
Complete thread -- ok, thank you very much
Complete thread -- 2-beat clonus
Complete thread -- s/l Pure-een (this is an aisian ESL)
Complete thread -- That's not the point. You cannot have a blood type like that.
Complete thread -- she is so sensitive to drug therapy that we might get an antispasmodic ...
Complete thread -- thanks; acct specs wants +/- spelled out
Complete thread -- I think I've only heard it once. Those acronyms can be a pain when they sound like words.
Complete thread -- she did have a little bit of "2B clonus in her ankle complex" ...
Complete thread -- s/l seal and press dressing
Complete thread -- That's a new one for me. Man, I was way off, no wonder I wasn't finding it. TY!!
Complete thread -- How about Y-BOCS (a scale of OCD severity)?
Complete thread -- sounds like he's giving you the fact that it is a
Complete thread -- systemic vascular resistance index (SVRI)? But never heard of anything like that in prena
Complete thread -- why do you have A positive/negative?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the sensible alternatives, Questyr. Gonna have to flag. I know he would've
Complete thread -- Trying to find a psychiatric screening test name - s/l "Y-bach"
Complete thread -- scary
Complete thread -- Or perhaps he wants it transcribed albuterol (Proventil)..as
Complete thread -- perhaps he MEANT albuterol plus Atrovent but got
Complete thread -- Well, either I'm nuts or he is, b/c he does it again in list of meds.
Complete thread -- "upon entering the abdomen" ? sm
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Perfect!!! Thank you!
Complete thread -- senescent?
Complete thread -- "albuterol plus Proventil" - am I missing something here? Pls sm.
Complete thread -- powered *8* bur
Complete thread -- There is a pantaloon inguinal hernia. sm
Complete thread -- good grief. That's it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Perhaps you want menorrhagia???
Complete thread -- Help with a word please. s/l set-ah-cint sm
Complete thread -- Been a long time since I've done gyn, but...what's monorrhigia??? nm
Complete thread -- provider
Complete thread -- How about "mental health provider." ???
Complete thread -- Narcotic dependence in a patient with psychiatric issues.
Complete thread -- FSH
Complete thread -- monorrhigia including a CBC, s/l afisage, pregnancy test, progesterone, prolactin, an
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Yes, if in diagnosis. At least per our accounts. group B streptococcus
Complete thread -- Do you expand GBS in the preoperative diagnosis of a delivery note?
Complete thread -- calorimeter?
Complete thread -- 90.1. See your creatinine, 9.5. Clearly has renal disease and both BUN and creatinine wo
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- cricoid
Complete thread -- s/l he clearly says 90.1 (could he mean 19.1?)
Complete thread -- change in color on the color s/l "cal uh rim it er"
Complete thread -- With s/l con krite pressure and better visualization
Complete thread -- generic -- ER just means extended-release formulation
Complete thread -- Feel stupid now. It is Culturelle.
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- I would be weary of any article that used the spelling of "sand-wiched."
Complete thread -- Verapamil ??ER?? 120 mg
Complete thread -- medication for Crohn disease, s/l colchuril.
Complete thread -- Upon entry.... something
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Found this. Not sure if it will help at all. But IOL haptics sort of sounded right.
Complete thread -- That's what I hear also.
Complete thread -- laparoscopic visualization. _________. Large omental
Complete thread -- intraabdominally under direct laparoscopic visualization. __________. Large oment
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- conization of cervix
Complete thread -- bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, *reverse colonization of cervix* and cystoscopy.
Complete thread -- See link. Not sure exactly which one would be right without hearing it.
Complete thread -- MP3, questioning the last word. Sounds like 5 to me, sort of.
Complete thread -- ahh, thanks!
Complete thread -- After this was accomplished, the *I A F brackets* were introduced and any remaining
Complete thread -- has allergy to s/l azuximeb which causes chest tightness. thx
Complete thread -- well, you got me in the write direction. It was evening pill. (sorry so late, stepped
Complete thread -- I possibly hear "excellently"
Complete thread -- s/l Pent'-i-mone
Complete thread -- A small plaster of Paris cast was _____ applied.
Complete thread -- serous?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- forklift name, Hi-Lo
Complete thread -- s/l hi low accident at work
Complete thread -- thank you, never heard of that
Complete thread -- s/l *CRS* pathology... Does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- psoas?
Complete thread -- Here is product page on OSV, on right, click & look over SHUNTS LINK
Complete thread -- wav please- s/l silous abscess.
Complete thread -- For me, I would put as dictated just as you have it & cap Pen sm
Complete thread -- per QA: Dilantin 10.4 and hematocrit 39.7; thanks again for all help
Complete thread -- thanks; will wait to see what QA says
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your help. It is super clear, "goodnight suture".
Complete thread -- thanks; was wondering if might have been "scheduled today"
Complete thread -- Pentax, Olympus, and Fuji colonoscopes. (How to find? google.com enter your phrase
Complete thread -- bowel gas
Complete thread -- yesterday ?
Complete thread -- Could it be Gambee or Lembert? see link
Complete thread -- I hear dilantin 10.4, but hear phosphorsus 5 right after this. sm
Complete thread -- I will listen again. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Never mind. Sorry. Didn't look down the page far enough.
Complete thread -- Any chance it could be watertight sutures?
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Is there such a thing as IVIGG? I've seen IVIG, but not IVIGG. sm
Complete thread -- Good deal! :D
Complete thread -- Sigmoid colectomy with end-to-end anastomosis, doc using what s/l "goodnight sutures"
Complete thread -- I hear 39.7. I hear dilantin 10.4 also.
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- Would always be more than one metastasis; mets is plural, so metastases
Complete thread -- TY!!!!
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- "a habit that he is trying to kick off or stop."
Complete thread -- wav posted. diabetes assessment. TY for having a listen! :)
Complete thread -- x-ray of lumbar spine. S/l "pole gas?"
Complete thread -- yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- YES, THAT'S IT!! Factor V. Thank you SO VERY MUCH!
Complete thread -- Yes, I think that would work! Thanks so very much!!
Complete thread -- might be factor V Leiden deficiency
Complete thread -- very hard. sounds like it might end in "fide"
Complete thread -- hyperal(imentation)?
Complete thread -- antithrombin????
Complete thread -- Do you have any s/l? (sound like XXX?)
Complete thread -- Enterocutaneous fistula requiring colostomy & ileostomy in the past and *hyper-ale.*
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Thalassemia
Complete thread -- The patient is suffering from both arthritis and s/l thalthemia. (IN f ...
Complete thread -- nm, sent to QA
Complete thread -- intensol, got it
Complete thread -- s/l intenzol (lorazepam 2 mg/mL) 1 mg as needed for seizure.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Perhaps sennosides (for constipation) ?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Medication in med list s/l sinocities. Patient with non-Hodgkin's
Complete thread -- Sorry, meant to say... I normally hear Fujinon. I can't document Fuji.
Complete thread -- Can anyone document "Fuji colonoscope""
Complete thread -- I would type metastases.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- When doc states "mets" in regard to cancer and I need to use full word, how do I know
Complete thread -- link for that inside
Complete thread -- see inside
Complete thread -- Is there a stage IV s/l A non-Hodgkins lymphoma? Can only find
Complete thread -- NM, I need to send note in now.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I think that might be it. Going back for a final listen.
Complete thread -- Pt will be switched to *Novolin N NPH pen* 16 units twice daily. Not sure
Complete thread -- nm Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- lithium carbonate?
Complete thread -- elevated white count, decreased ??? as mentioned.
Complete thread -- resolved now. White count decreased. "Number 4 is dementia."
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- I think I got it - Marinol?
Complete thread -- NeuraGen?
Complete thread -- The patient is a petite white female with a "heavy tan." Her BP is...
Complete thread -- Script given to try *miran____* for nausea, vomiting, appetite stimulation.
Complete thread -- never mind. gotta move on
Complete thread -- In med list: *lan-see-um* carbonate 3 times a day. SM for past history, etc.
Complete thread -- We will start him on s/l Allen bladder irrigation.
Complete thread -- sounds to me like with recreation heme. any ideas?
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Thanks and will do
Complete thread -- Well, still hearing plus. Will flag.
Complete thread -- ICaps perhaps? Type that into search box above for more info and to confirm spelling.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll go back and listen for that. : )
Complete thread -- Doctor listing medications and s/l "Hicaps" 1 tablet?
Complete thread -- s/l neurogen wrapping sm
Complete thread -- maybe it's "pressure"
Complete thread -- ?evening primrose oil (not sure about caps)
Complete thread -- Duh, feeling rather stupid here! I think after I typed that full sentence,
Complete thread -- med s/l eathing poe
Complete thread -- Oops, left out first part of sentence, in case it helps any. SM for exact and full
Complete thread -- ESL going a bit fast and I'm not hearing (or she's not saying) little words. Please
Complete thread -- Thank you both so much!!
Complete thread -- for every 20 mg/dL over 150.
Complete thread -- measuring blood sugar via mg per dL and for every 20 mg over
Complete thread -- Pt with obstructive sleep apnea, on BiPAP *plus* 12. Ever heard it put
Complete thread -- thanks, will ck it out
Complete thread -- writ? "i.e. LPS, conservatorships, Riese, writs of habeas corpus."
Complete thread -- The pt was given a dose of Ativan but refused it. She then was put on ...
Complete thread -- Going to flag. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Haven't heard this stated in this manner previously so have a dumb question. Is this
Complete thread -- That is what I thought, but very clearly hearing glitter.
Complete thread -- maybe mashing up "full course of antibiotics"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- maybe gutter clamps?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- maybe fluffs as a separate layer?
Complete thread -- I think he is saying took it through full range of motion, would need
Complete thread -- We were able to get it #2 it skips, but it is full range of motion, not
Complete thread -- word help pls sm
Complete thread -- another wav pls..thank you!
Complete thread -- I thought that too and am trying to hear the P first. thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- supplement in a couple of areas
Complete thread -- Go to drugs.com and enter *Forte and see if any in that
Complete thread -- can you hear anything more after "supplement in"?
Complete thread -- The *Glitter* clamps were placed.
Complete thread -- patulous (spread widely apart)?
Complete thread -- #1 to supplement in #2 congruence
Complete thread -- The left was noted to be *spatulous* but with .... diverticulum representing the
Complete thread -- She has done the full course *of events*. - not sure
Complete thread -- posted wav, pls help
Complete thread -- epidural and *peel* hemostasis
Complete thread -- the OSV (Orbis-Sigma) II valve *sameena tie* shunt system
Complete thread -- I would like to post a wav too, can you let me know when I can? thanks
Complete thread -- tenaculum was released. *Fascia was braced* and in addition with application
Complete thread -- Procedure: *withdrawal* dilatation and curettage
Complete thread -- s/l caroline forte medication?
Complete thread -- nvm thanks
Complete thread -- wav attached, please sm tx
Complete thread -- I hear newer.
Complete thread -- orthopedic
Complete thread -- s/l nall or null piece of bone
Complete thread -- I think I changed my mind....remittive as in relapsing and remitting?
Complete thread -- maybe remissive? as in chemo put him into remission?
Complete thread -- facet syndrome?
Complete thread -- She has been treated for fibromyalgia, *ba-sets* syndrome, and back and wrist pain.
Complete thread -- IV non small cell lung cancer, currently asymptomatic and in a *rementive* state from
Complete thread -- we used an s/l "extracator" to remove the femoral stem.
Complete thread -- please help with wav
Complete thread -- Just checking. I don't yet trust myself with ESL docs. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- I don't see anything wrong with that. There had been a decrease in the lesion
Complete thread -- help with meds. s/l "supra kz complex."
Complete thread -- s/l "tubulus" repair of of an incarcerated left inguinal hernia
Complete thread -- ESL doc. ..makes her unable to sleep. How can I phrase this better?!
Complete thread -- ESL doc. Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- I think you have a doc who cannot pronounce Phenergan. It is
Complete thread -- Well, lookit that. After talking about everything else under the sun, she sums up by
Complete thread -- It'd be nice to have something more than balance of probabilities, tho... (But thanks)
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. Can only hear _____ user. Will leave a blank.
Complete thread -- WAG - something like nonabuser?
Complete thread -- Ureteral Calculus more likely...
Complete thread -- uteral, Ureteroscopy? or something like that?
Complete thread -- ____ user
Complete thread -- the most i got was she's a Somethingsomething user, denies
Complete thread -- Got a s/l for that blank?
Complete thread -- What would *you* do here?
Complete thread -- s/l lotension
Complete thread -- medication s/l tomasz
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Never mind...
Complete thread -- 1. growth. 2. with straining
Complete thread -- Googling
Complete thread -- finding where, may we ask?
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- Never mind, need to flag.
Complete thread -- I am finding pseudo instablity with a hyphen, as one word and separate. Any clue? :)
Complete thread -- I can't find this for you...sorry! : (
Complete thread -- he also used 100 mcg intravenous fentanyl and 20 mg intravenous Versed
Complete thread -- looking for medication s/l fenegen (not Phenergan) sedation for endoscopy
Complete thread -- ventricular rate of 73, s/l "PR ant oh oh" 146
Complete thread -- I need help with wav please
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- you
Complete thread -- maze procedure.
Complete thread -- past history:History of s/l mease procedure done. Cardiology report.tx
Complete thread -- Yes, I searched archives. Thanks for your help. He's getting a blank!
Complete thread -- pressure? ACUTE EXACERBATION.
Complete thread -- wav pls
Complete thread -- I have searched through about 10 pages on Google and cannot find anything, the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l "a blacksmore" filter in her legs...blaxmore?
Complete thread -- mediastinal mass, likely is malignancy...???home placement
Complete thread -- pls help with wav
Complete thread -- lol :D
Complete thread -- uh-nut-ed
Complete thread -- not exactly sure of your s/l is that ann uh tid or aynutted?
Complete thread -- very good suggestion......but can't make that out.....
Complete thread -- how wude. :/
Complete thread -- maybe VD boots
Complete thread -- Pneumatic sequential-compression boots
Complete thread -- denuded
Complete thread -- repair of incarcerated ventral hernia -- please SM
Complete thread -- Arthroscopic subacromial decompression/shoulder
Complete thread -- WAG: OP might be out patient. RA might be recovery from anesthesia, i.e., the pt doesn't
Complete thread -- C'mon,.. you can do it. Just a little bit more information??? sentences before/after,
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- Never heard of and w/o any additional context, have no way to research for ya.
Complete thread -- Oprah Winfrey's second cousin first removed?
Complete thread -- med term
Complete thread -- VIA=name of manufacturer. LVM stands for "low volume mode" New. High utility in NICUs.SM
Complete thread -- Still looking. Could sound like vamassatal.
Complete thread -- VIA LVM closed central line (A or V) lab studies immed w/o opening system. SM
Complete thread -- But thank you for the input!
Complete thread -- That would've made sense but there's no letter-L sound and he doesn't say leema this time.
Complete thread -- Ahhh, I think you've got it. TYVM!
Complete thread -- ahhh..now I can hear it.
Complete thread -- Or he is just saying IMA internal mammary artery?
Complete thread -- since he did a LIMA to the diagonal..I'd say it is LIMA .....
Complete thread -- Mumbling cardio doc with NY accent. Pls sm.
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- Right neck pain.not interested in pursuing s/l gaynear imaging testing.
Complete thread -- Thanx! It's been a long day!
Complete thread -- spontaneous vaginal delivery
Complete thread -- Looking for a drug s/l lamassatile. PT has hypothyroidism
Complete thread -- s/l "SPD" x1- wav attached
Complete thread -- worse
Complete thread -- msg
Complete thread -- She is ESL who never gives plurals, vol=4 unate=unit(s)
Complete thread -- got it..... ketotifen eye drops (Zaditor)
Complete thread -- I have asked her to continue * cutonophan eyedrops *. Pt has allergies.
Complete thread -- no you are correct.....
Complete thread -- that must be it....
Complete thread -- yeah, he said 18.1 thousand.........
Complete thread -- Then, if strictly verbatim and he dictated it as 18 point 1, that's what I'd use 18.1
Complete thread -- not sure that would fit
Complete thread -- clinical?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- account is verbatim
Complete thread -- s/l call.........patient being hospitalized for pneumonia
Complete thread -- I wouldn't have guessed that from the s/l.
Complete thread -- It was "4 units"
Complete thread -- Check out Tri-Test...see link and see what you think
Complete thread -- Yes, wi planned acquired (meaning surgical) deformity..I found
Complete thread -- will listen again for both of those.
Complete thread -- ??from the subacromial space??
Complete thread -- found Serax in archives?
Complete thread -- ??Xanax??
Complete thread -- drug that s/l cerax or zerax?
Complete thread -- ablator device?? or did you find labor device?
Complete thread -- No but thanks
Complete thread -- AAMT BOS says account preference, but you can do it either 18.1 thousand or 18,100
Complete thread -- how to type 18.1 thousand
Complete thread -- may be....
Complete thread -- supraspinatus?
Complete thread -- retrograde ejaculation?
Complete thread -- SLAP tear - s/l siprus.........supras........?
Complete thread -- Chronic GI bleed with melena. She is status post "volunate" of PRBC 2 weeks ago.
Complete thread -- thanks. I thought I was the only one... :)
Complete thread -- s/l record re-ejaculation
Complete thread -- sry, but he sounds as if he is in a well~no ideas!
Complete thread -- drug that s/l dynair?
Complete thread -- sorry, left out one blank, please sm
Complete thread -- yup I heard that too.
Complete thread -- another wav please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Omnaris
Complete thread -- thanks! He first said is then changed to was, and that threw me off.
Complete thread -- nasal steroid s/l "Amnara"
Complete thread -- can you hear biphasic respirations with inspiratory and expiratory wheezes?
Complete thread -- in, or around April, which is, I believe, recommended in the process.
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- which was already, I believe, recommended in the process
Complete thread -- wav attached, please sm tx
Complete thread -- Well I'm brain dead tonight! Thank you.
Complete thread -- stable?
Complete thread -- Fast-talking female - has some "staple" neuropathy of the right great toe.
Complete thread -- Chest reveals increased **phasic** respiration and expiratory wheezes
Complete thread -- surgery
Complete thread -- sm pls
Complete thread -- Uh, so stupid. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- I would type tramadol ER--see msg
Complete thread -- I agree with true-blue.
Complete thread -- there is Ultram and Ultram ER but both are tramadol so I would keep as is
Complete thread -- tramadol ER. ? Not sure what to type, isn't that for Ultram?
Complete thread -- Probably creatinine
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Wouldn't be effected cuz that means to bring about. Affected means impinged upon, etc
Complete thread -- so it's affected
Complete thread -- FROM THE ARCHIVES:
Complete thread -- Approximately 15-20% of body surface area is *effected* (vs affected)
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying true-blue?
Complete thread -- I like that :-). I am totally brain dead tonight and I just cannot th ...
Complete thread -- LOL, never heard "headdesk" before and was wondering if
Complete thread -- Perhaps ...Sutures of 4-0 Prolene ...etc
Complete thread -- strange question
Complete thread -- ? full blown, though nothing like your s/l.
Complete thread -- *free air* was placed in the heart
Complete thread -- yeah haven't got that far yet Should he develop true bill (04:28) l ...
Complete thread -- Got it, ActoPlus.
Complete thread -- *headdesk* That's it. My mind was totally blank until you wrote that. Thanks!
Complete thread -- A 51-y/o male with meds s/l *Active Plus,* Crestor, eyedrops. ??
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks! ...
Complete thread -- how about more of the sentence, but you need a hyphen in left-sided?
Complete thread -- neurology
Complete thread -- ? coitus
Complete thread -- After looking more I'm not finding purple retractors, but dental
Complete thread -- Heavily accented ESL - "He contracted HIV through unprotected *s/l pie-tus or otitis*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought I was hearing it wrong. :) ...
Complete thread -- Googled *serrated purple retractor*. Also, based on the
Complete thread -- HNP C5-6 disk surgery
Complete thread -- what is V-fem?
Complete thread -- I didn't look to see if appropriate, but in Stedman's there is a
Complete thread -- field?
Complete thread -- procedure is mitral valve replacement. We placed a "24 V fem cannula" from below. sm
Complete thread -- PFO (perfluorooctane); Schlieren
Complete thread -- ortho surgery word help - sm
Complete thread -- two blanks, first s/l pfo level, second s/l shlaring or schlaring
Complete thread -- It's in the archives about a million times.
Complete thread -- Check word board achieves above, discussed there.
Complete thread -- how would you type dos and don'ts, do's and dont's?
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- ah, I'll bet you are right! That has to be it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- that might be it but the way she is saying it, just not sure. Thanks.
Complete thread -- the generic being Generic Name: Norethindrone Acetate, Ethinyl Estradiol, Ferrous Fumarate
Complete thread -- Junel Fe?
Complete thread -- she pauses after she says nor. I'm assuming a supplement
Complete thread -- Do you think it is a multivitamin, or ? diagnoses maybe?
Complete thread -- med s/l *nor juneau* with iron one tablet daily. Not finding googling
Complete thread -- the implant was *in placed*, as the scrub tech
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- But, that is breaking up the entirety of the sentence and train of thought
Complete thread -- Totally disagree. The chest and neck CT are part of the evaluation by PM
Complete thread -- ok, thank you for your ears - appreciate the help
Complete thread -- I hear histopathologic examination of core biopsy
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- WAV posted (just not sure) thanks
Complete thread -- the "which" was basically my problem with the whole thing! Thanks. It is gone.
Complete thread -- wonder if saying "histo plus pathologic" meaning histologic and pathologic
Complete thread -- agree, "take a more active (and) invasive approach"
Complete thread -- would take out the "which" in the CT sentence because it leads one to think there should
Complete thread -- word help on bone marrow biopsy procedure, plse sm
Complete thread -- I just made 2 sentences, that helped.
Complete thread -- punctuation? There has to be a better idea.
Complete thread -- s/l *activisin* ,he may be stumbling, but need 2nd opinion..thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I bet that's it but going to blank it because -sm
Complete thread -- You are right. I looked it up. Thought I knew exactly what it meant but it does work, in
Complete thread -- P2
Complete thread -- regular rate and rhythm with a loud s/l "PT"
Complete thread -- I agree and it does make sense
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks. Sounds like associated to me. He says it twice and it makes sense
Complete thread -- raphe?
Complete thread -- rotator cuff repair s/l raft TIA! -sm
Complete thread -- Oh, that is it! Do not have a clue how I thought it started with an S!
Complete thread -- Ah....thanks!
Complete thread -- I think he also means steroid induced.
Complete thread -- some info with googling steroid-induced anxiety
Complete thread -- What is "steroid anxiety"? I did google it in quotes and no hits. Not saying
Complete thread -- agree "fair stamina"
Complete thread -- fair stamina
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- WAV file, for those that can't sounds like sort of like sera.
Complete thread -- think just still correcting and meant T2 signal to the mid thoracic T7-T8 disk levels
Complete thread -- then it makes more sense to be T not C
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- No mention elsewhere of cervical problems. The thoracic as stated in post. : )
Complete thread -- never mind i got it!
Complete thread -- recurvatum
Complete thread -- s/l recavatum? SM
Complete thread -- oink!
Complete thread -- Has anyone ever told you how creepy you are? lol
Complete thread -- sildenafil
Complete thread -- sildenafil
Complete thread -- can this be one thing? also was asked, so it makes all of us wrong and right, I guess.
Complete thread -- I am drawing a complete blank. Help? s/l sulandafil
Complete thread -- thanks! Should have realized that vitamin B12 is often subling!
Complete thread -- is there any other indication patient has problems with thoracic or cervical spine?
Complete thread -- Troll? Odd question, and not ONE inkling that the OP has come back, other than
Complete thread -- Nitrazepam.. is that "t" in the middle really strong?
Complete thread -- vitamin B12 (sublingual), prenatal vitamin
Complete thread -- MRI of thoracic spine. She seems to self-correct but I don't see how it makes sense.
Complete thread -- sublingual
Complete thread -- You don't have to. re is simply a prefix that means again. If dictionaries listed
Complete thread -- nevermind, found it salt losing nephropathy thanks
Complete thread -- *s/l soldreloosing* esl dr... Any guesses? Thanks
Complete thread -- medication list: vitamin B12, __, prenatal vitamin. sent wav. Patient has1
Complete thread -- Bentazepam. nm
Complete thread -- Acteve eye drops 1 drop to each eye 2 times a day spelled
Complete thread -- S/L Rotazepam. sm
Complete thread -- thank you. i knew i knew that!!
Complete thread -- first thing asked was 'should this have a comma"
Complete thread -- cock-up
Complete thread -- haha!
Complete thread -- i know i know this- thumb spica "cocof" splint???
Complete thread -- yeah it was just because the Google search said "did you mean SCV?"
Complete thread -- no it is not one thing, yes to the comma.
Complete thread -- Ewww....no question, just...ewwww....sm
Complete thread -- agreed
Complete thread -- can't really find re-tore in any dict
Complete thread -- Thanks! That is what I am finding too, different site.
Complete thread -- re-tore is perfectly acceptable, why change it?
Complete thread -- sorry posted my link in the next line down instead of here
Complete thread -- tore the rotator cuff of her left shoulder again...?
Complete thread -- I found this technical info about nerve stimulation --sm
Complete thread -- need a better word for re-tore
Complete thread -- ty all...I am wondering if it is possibly subclavian??
Complete thread -- I found info that CV can mean cervical vagus, perhaps just saying left CV and the "f" is
Complete thread -- They usually just go into a pocket through the chest close to the vagus nerve? I
Complete thread -- Diagnosis is severe depressive disorder...status post VNS implant in s/l FVC or SVC
Complete thread -- are they implanted other places besides the neck? per post, depression
Complete thread -- where is the VNS being implanted? Some help here.
Complete thread -- depression status post VNS implant in left s/l FCV or SCV
Complete thread -- Yes, it should have a comma. chronic pain, dystonia.
Complete thread -- Let me be more clear. No, it cannot be one thing as was asked.
Complete thread -- Oh good grief.
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- which is why it needs at least a comma separation
Complete thread -- assuming you are answering yes to the comma?
Complete thread -- WAG... facing total knee arthroscopic surgery?
Complete thread -- I say no. chronic pain and dystonia which is a movement disorder.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- list of past medical history: chronic pain dystonia. sm
Complete thread -- ooh, could be both.. "under fluoro failed and thus EGD was done"
Complete thread -- superior is correct
Complete thread -- hip x-rays
Complete thread -- thanks Y'all!
Complete thread -- No, it is 3- as was dictated.
Complete thread -- One word per Stedman's Ortho
Complete thread -- Dorland's shows one word. It can be accessed via onelook.com
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "fald"=failed?
Complete thread -- trend now is to combine.. postpolio
Complete thread -- ameliorated? (to make or become better)
Complete thread -- postpolio or post-polio syndrome?
Complete thread -- Yes! He puts quite a spin on that word, but I think I can hear it now. I did google
Complete thread -- is remediated used right in this sentence?
Complete thread -- flagged it. Thanks anyway :)
Complete thread -- WAG.. saddle pulmonary embolus? But Stedman's Cardio-Pulmonary shows lots of types
Complete thread -- -3/5
Complete thread -- devitalized tissue?
Complete thread -- WAG... under fluoroscopy?
Complete thread -- (Oops, it should be the "loose" strands of *dye-ticula* tissue.)
Complete thread -- Foot amputation note by ESL. I have two questions inside, please.
Complete thread -- No idea, s/l doc has a mouth full of rocks. Thank you though.
Complete thread -- Attempted bougie dilatation with a 20-French s/l (under flow of fald)
Complete thread -- he says again later - s/l or cell pulmonary embolus
Complete thread -- ? at "the center"? (Maybe surgical center?)
Complete thread -- dorsal volar? dorsal something?
Complete thread -- Possibly "preop diagnoses are"...
Complete thread -- Perop dianogsis: *sour* PULMONARY EMBOLUS
Complete thread -- is here because he is now facing total knee at the s/l sir.
Complete thread -- I have removed his ___S/l dorsalence sutures today
Complete thread -- I think you are right. it was mentioned earlier!
Complete thread -- just saying "the" because it is already known, likely part of reason for evaluation
Complete thread -- To me, it reads like it was mentioned before in the note.
Complete thread -- i do too, just it doesn't really make sense....
Complete thread -- 3-/5
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "the"
Complete thread -- dictated as "strength is 3 minus out of 5" how do you type that?
Complete thread -- I believe she is changed significant to extensive
Complete thread -- blank help please+WAV
Complete thread -- bradycardic?
Complete thread -- Rule #1: docs can't spell. Would correct.
Complete thread -- No, I cant hear that. I appreciate your input here.
Complete thread -- It may be directional as you say, but I'm not hearing trocars. I may have to blank this.
Complete thread -- WAG.. I think I hear rhythmic in that mess
Complete thread -- Me too!
Complete thread -- directional trocars were placed?
Complete thread -- archives show it pronounced similarly
Complete thread -- My company wants "of" to make it easier to read (separate the numbers).
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- mumbo jumbo to me...
Complete thread -- I shall listen for that. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- that's how I've heard it, maahfoe
Complete thread -- here is a link that explains dural tension
Complete thread -- Thank You!!
Complete thread -- Pale, anemic. Heart: S1, S2. _____. Lungs are clear except
Complete thread -- is it pronounced Maahfoe? i cant seem to find how its said anywhere...
Complete thread -- transverse incisions?
Complete thread -- fabella
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- is known to have history being multiple myeloma?
Complete thread -- Hi, guys. It's me, trying to do an operative report. Please see inside. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- MAFO - molded ankle-foot orthosis
Complete thread -- Second hit down seems to explain...
Complete thread -- AFO?
Complete thread -- I don't add the of. But that is how they want it where I work. YMMV
Complete thread -- Hummm, usually when I hear that word...never mind. LOL
Complete thread -- He is dictating the time as 0000 hours - is that the same as 2400 hours? Is that what
Complete thread -- post polio syndrome blank help please!
Complete thread -- Patient with arthritis in the knees a gout.
Complete thread -- Is there a BOS rule regarding ....
Complete thread -- yes, thank you
Complete thread -- s/l mild joint diffuse disease
Complete thread -- Ok will try that.
Complete thread -- neural tension signs maybe --sm
Complete thread -- This is an 83-year-old lady who _____ multiple myeloma.
Complete thread -- chewing?
Complete thread -- thanks much
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- If you're 100% that is the correct med, just fix it and move on. You'll find you
Complete thread -- oops meant mestinon spelled mistinon
Complete thread -- if doctor spells mestonon as mistonon- should that be flagged? or just changed?
Complete thread -- is the word orthotripsy capped?
Complete thread -- which was acute with the percussion **and schilling**. - new sound like, any ideas?
Complete thread -- It was Bruhat!
Complete thread -- exam of the RLE shows SLR was negative for S/L dural tension sign?
Complete thread -- but it is spelled ganciclovir.. no y
Complete thread -- 1st one sounded like nazolid?? and the 2nd one didn't seem to be there at all.
Complete thread -- I flagged report. nm
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- and you're (you are) an ass.
Complete thread -- I don't know that we can determine what he MEANT because
Complete thread -- there is a gancyclovir (not sure if it is capped or not) to prevent cytolomegalovirus
Complete thread -- i'll just underline it...
Complete thread -- #1 linezolid
Complete thread -- thanks, I am telling you my brain is rotten today!
Complete thread -- Please listen to .wav file. sm
Complete thread -- Tip on how found: Googled post stenting IVIS. First hit was IVUS, so I then googled that
Complete thread -- thank you, everyone. I appreciate the help. Going back to listen again.
Complete thread -- agree IVUS is intravascular ultrasound
Complete thread -- yup
Complete thread -- you might want to look at *ciclovir meds as well on drugs.com wild card search --sm
Complete thread -- The way people spell things nowadays, it sure could be the spelling. Anyway for U to veri
Complete thread -- ESL, but can't hear those. thx
Complete thread -- how to transcribe Eligard q 4 monthly. every 4 months ?
Complete thread -- valacyclovir
Complete thread -- valacyclovir? check spelling
Complete thread -- patient name dictated as wayne, but spelled wanyne- do i assume it's a mistake?
Complete thread -- IVUS?
Complete thread -- patient with chronic pain
Complete thread -- Question: Dictator says post stenting IVIS ? Pt had a Liberte stent placed..sm
Complete thread -- wonder if it is fronds?
Complete thread -- PATHOLOGY: This tissue contains superficial S/L "frawns" of
Complete thread -- Can you hear something like moderate, mild, severe, etc.?
Complete thread -- neutralizing
Complete thread -- s/l brew ha maneuaver
Complete thread -- Your LINK just shows what a CMP is. WHICH the OP already knows. The dictation says
Complete thread -- The patient followed up with his cardiologist who, according to the patient, saw s/l
Complete thread -- corroborate
Complete thread -- Type your s/l into google and will be given answer.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I'll expand...I can edit, so that's included I guess...
Complete thread -- I know I should know how to spell this one, but it's not coming to me...
Complete thread -- which was acute with the percussion *ensuing*
Complete thread -- My client does not want slang expanded UNLESS it's in diagnosis/impression, so it's going
Complete thread -- JMHO, I would and do. They either need to use all slang or say 'em all correctly. Such
Complete thread -- Definitely would always expand slang like that.
Complete thread -- try methylmalonic acid
Complete thread -- Think she is going from allergies, none, to meds, Wellbitron, Prilosec etc
Complete thread -- Well, do you have acct specs? Where is this being dictated? Does your acct follow Bos?
Complete thread -- "trap and rhomboids" does that need to be expanded to trapezius and rhomboids
Complete thread -- Pt with GI bleed and bilateral lower extremity DVTs
Complete thread -- sorry I didn't see this sooner. Suspsect pedi-split (short for pediatric).
Complete thread -- Just a tip: It's you're (you are) right. :)
Complete thread -- It's a tiny bit unclear, but still sounds a lot like Wellbutin to me. JMHO :)
Complete thread -- S/L Wellbutrin, Prilosec but not so clear, is there anything else it could be?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanx both of you, your right!
Complete thread -- she is somewhat averse
Complete thread -- I think track too because of the route definition.
Complete thread -- Motor and sensory exam is intact. sm
Complete thread -- I just can't confirm it anywhere. It's a stat so going to have to send blank. Will
Complete thread -- And my guess is that it should be ongoing basis, not long going.
Complete thread -- I don't know your "news" but I'm guess injection site rejections is reactions
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- Is it track in this instance. I never have trouble with these but this seems like
Complete thread -- s/l "news" rising antibodies
Complete thread -- Ok, will do. It sounded like he was not correcting himself. You are right.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't try to assume or guess what he "meant" in this case. Like others said, transcr
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Was just a blur to me.
Complete thread -- s/l "PD-split" units of blood cells. Cannot confirm "PD" in my search so far.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It was noticed that there/it was noted that there was
Complete thread -- If he was self-correcting, then you'd take out the transudative
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks. He is tough on a good day. Probably was what he meant.
Complete thread -- Hey, that's it...you rock! :)
Complete thread -- I would transcribe as dictated.
Complete thread -- Aspergel? See link
Complete thread -- WAG - fibrinous?
Complete thread -- aspergum?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I asked that a while ago and was sent to the archives to look it up!!
Complete thread -- I know that there are certain things tested under CMP that can measure dehydration
Complete thread -- Last part of that sentence. Not sure if he is correcting himself.
Complete thread -- that's what she's trying to read...history significant for dental implants...
Complete thread -- Link inside.
Complete thread -- He says the same word later & it sounds like "derpanous." nm
Complete thread -- yep, that is what it sounds like.
Complete thread -- If you research CMP, you would find the link to dehydration.
Complete thread -- is this what she's saying? +WAV
Complete thread -- Foot lateral wound has s/l *differdenz* exudate and necrotic tissue
Complete thread -- CMP - complete metabolic panel. Doesn't make sense here.
Complete thread -- CMP does measure electrolytes and fluid.
Complete thread -- track or tract?
Complete thread -- Google dehydration CMP. HTH
Complete thread -- s/l *aspergal MS*.. Any suggestions? Thanks
Complete thread -- Dehydration. s/l CMP is now 7 after fluids.
Complete thread -- More info
Complete thread -- Yep-I thought it was you. Well, whoever posted it, "Good one." LOL
Complete thread -- And, yes...period where you said there should be one & then new
Complete thread -- Me too. Skin doesn't seem to belong unless it's something like-sm
Complete thread -- If, by "Q" you were referring to me, it wasn't me that said this.
Complete thread -- wonder if "exam skin" is really "examination"
Complete thread -- LOL, Q--really good one! :)
Complete thread -- It's even in a dictionary.
Complete thread -- this last sentence is run together. what do you think? . after finger? then new sent
Complete thread -- 22 times in archives.
Complete thread -- No problem, BB. Thanks for clarifying. Thought the hair dye had done absorbed into my br
Complete thread -- google.com type i musculoligamentous and get ready for a
Complete thread -- just the one daying diagree and my response of why.
Complete thread -- MD is saying musculoligamentous? Is there such a word?
Complete thread -- sorry, just the part where someone posted to the wrong thread SM
Complete thread -- LOL I thought my blonde moment had REALLY intensified when I saw my posts were gone!
Complete thread -- no, they disappeared for me as well
Complete thread -- current AJCC recommendation is no spaces.
Complete thread -- To be on the safe side, what is the sentence that follows this one?
Complete thread -- Is my computer having a problem..part of the EKG thread just disappeared.
Complete thread -- BTW to which thread is it that you disagree?
Complete thread -- Ah, then disregard my post.
Complete thread -- which was acute with the percussion *ensuing* - does that make sense
Complete thread -- Why? When I googled... hypokinesis EKG .... the references
Complete thread -- got it, thearche
Complete thread -- And I posted this on the wrong thread as well! I am having blonde moment! (no offense,
Complete thread -- why?
Complete thread -- meant to post this to the question about regarding "toilet"
Complete thread -- Disagree.
Complete thread -- I should add ..used in the sense of "cleansing"
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- I would say "toilet" is fine. Also, you might want to use nonotorrheic-sm
Complete thread -- toilet could make sense in your context.
Complete thread -- echocardiogram could show hypokinesis, not electrocardiogram
Complete thread -- transcribed as T3 N1, stage IIIA ...in 2nd example T3 N1 M0 ....no commas for
Complete thread -- s/l otologic toilet
Complete thread -- Question: Would it be an EKG or echocardiogram if...
Complete thread -- went to site originally, doesn't sound right gonna flag, thanx!
Complete thread -- catamenia, see link.
Complete thread -- probably no help, but could it be some sort of date? Not familiar with this, sorry
Complete thread -- Go to their web site and see their list of physicians. See link
Complete thread -- Gudesblatt? check southshoreneurologic.com
Complete thread -- What state?
Complete thread -- Yes, you're right - I actually meant that and typed it wrong, sheesh. Sorry.
Complete thread -- physician help- s/l dr guta zlatis South Shore Neurology?
Complete thread -- Her s/l CRP is 10 years old, adrenarche is 11 years old, catamenia....sm
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- FYI it is Ray-Tec , thanks
Complete thread -- It's okay. I use my name on posts & come here to help, not give bitchy posts
Complete thread -- or gone to drugs.com (not went).
Complete thread -- Yes, does to me (as opposed to fine finger movement) sm
Complete thread -- I googled "vagina raytex" and found Raytex sponge
Complete thread -- Why is it a problem for you that poster asked here? WHY?
Complete thread -- I would think large would fit here, as in opposite of fine motor movements?
Complete thread -- Oh for heaven's sake, it's not a problem that she asks here.
Complete thread -- why don't you CRY about it, you big baby!!
Complete thread -- for hydrothermal ablation: s/l Ra Tex had been placed in the posterior vagina, TIA!
Complete thread -- Thought you were replying to rch about google, yes it's too new for books, just not google
Complete thread -- I googled "effient" and got Effient, all the information on it
Complete thread -- You could have googled medication Effient or went to drugs.com and used their phonetic sea
Complete thread -- It is toooo new, fairly new FDA
Complete thread -- the ending on s/l ategon may be Zofran ODT sm
Complete thread -- thanks a million Darlene. Wasn't in my Saunders Pharmaceutical
Complete thread -- Neuro report
Complete thread -- thanx!
Complete thread -- Zofran 8 mg
Complete thread -- yes sm
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Are you kidding me? Did you even Google? Did you look ANYWHERE?
Complete thread -- Exactly!! But I guess they think since the dr signs off on the report, it is (sm)
Complete thread -- Effient (prasugrel) Fair new. Blood thinner sm
Complete thread -- Also will give the patient s/l "Zofran ategon" for nausea and vomiting.
Complete thread -- Did you even look up your s/l?
Complete thread -- I think what is mean (full extracts) the gunk/plaque/(stenosis) was extracted out
Complete thread -- does it make sense to say, plantar response "is" withdrawal bilaterally?
Complete thread -- 30 mg of s/l "Effient." cardiac cath with intervention report
Complete thread -- Google is my biggest tool, actually.
Complete thread -- Yw and that's what Google is for. I had never heard it before either.
Complete thread -- Thanks both! Had never heard it put quite that way. : )
Complete thread -- I guess we shouldn't waste our time, as it appears the OP doesn't care, so why should we?
Complete thread -- it makes perfect sense - see link
Complete thread -- If you google insulin sensitivity and diet you can find info.
Complete thread -- ...importance of losing weight *in improving insulin sensitivity.* Does that
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- esophagus removal for **DK esophagus**
Complete thread -- THANK you very much! This is a foreign dictator, hard to understand
Complete thread -- Go to drugs.com and use phonetic search and will find answer.
Complete thread -- Cardene - here, try this link
Complete thread -- ?rasping
Complete thread -- Ya need to google your exact s/l of rest pain or cyanosis.
Complete thread -- Tumor markers are lab values. Under labs.
Complete thread -- Patient given 400 mcg nitroglycerin and 400 mcg "cordene" administered via catheter?
Complete thread -- Although sometimes radiology is under labs as well.
Complete thread -- I put them under labs. Not sure how they fit under radiology.
Complete thread -- Do you put tumor markers under labs or radiology?
Complete thread -- rest pain
Complete thread -- flagging.
Complete thread -- Never mind
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you! nm
Complete thread -- uricosuric ?
Complete thread -- Oops, this belongs under the post below.
Complete thread -- limb pain?
Complete thread -- should be "to see if he can get..."
Complete thread -- His uric acid is mildly elevated. I cannot use any allopurinol on
Complete thread -- dictated as T3N1 stage IIIa - do I need to put T3N1M0 with a comma after, sm
Complete thread -- leg pain?
Complete thread -- the doc stopped in so I asked... he said just put chyle color
Complete thread -- See if ya see anything here?
Complete thread -- absorptive--
Complete thread -- There is tenderness between those two points but not *conspinosty*
Complete thread -- Agreed. I put the Invanz as what she probably meant. Did not mean to post and leave, had
Complete thread -- MRI of the *pulmonary wing* indicates no ligamentous injury or fracture.
Complete thread -- it's drug
Complete thread -- anti-inflammatory drug?
Complete thread -- Sor somethings
Complete thread -- sm, s/l gard
Complete thread -- now s/l resping or cyanosis? any ideas?
Complete thread -- doing a C-section on a patient..sm
Complete thread -- He has continued to complain of claudication in the right lower extremity. He denies
Complete thread -- If my QA put Ivanz, I would have to question them on it. I would not want my initials on
Complete thread -- thank you. I will re-listen.
Complete thread -- A *zorba vee* dressing was placed over the Biopatch.
Complete thread -- Pseudomonas, E. coli
Complete thread -- history of s/l sudo minus eek O lie
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- That is what I went with. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- correcting self? "from a physical standpoint"? or "physiological standpoint"?
Complete thread -- Go with this suggestion. Unless doc has arachnodactyly, the distance inward plus diameter
Complete thread -- without pelvic strain and from a *stand physica* standpoint it was advised that the
Complete thread -- Thanks ladies for the suggestions. I'll relisten with those in mind. ...
Complete thread -- duh, thanks so much
Complete thread -- (of, of cuss, of cuss! Go with billybob's suggestion! :-)
Complete thread -- see if you can stretch it to 100% above normal size.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- swollen kidney in post below.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- or anal sphincter (maybe started to say "sph" for sphincter, then corrected)?
Complete thread -- No, not correct. Doc probably intending to say either 200%,or 100% again beyond normal si
Complete thread -- revealed him to have a “swollen *inny* and an enlarged bladder
Complete thread -- swollen kidney and an enlarged bladder measuring approximately *100%* of normal size
Complete thread -- (I'm accustomed to hearing internal sphincter or external sphincter (or both.)
Complete thread -- tough. Might there be a period just prior to "on other side"? His pauses = confusing
Complete thread -- Your QA has no clue then!! Scary!
Complete thread -- That was my first thought, too, but then later she put Invanz. Maybe a mistake?
Complete thread -- (forget comment above, offered before listening.)
Complete thread -- ??? "on either side" rather than "on other side"??
Complete thread -- DRE **sphincter
Complete thread -- (thanks for posting your find! :-)
Complete thread -- using GIA 60s on other side. _______ was closed using a TIA 60.
Complete thread -- Nevermind - I think it is Santyl! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Is that LS on the end?
Complete thread -- My QA also puts Ivanz
Complete thread -- s/l "san-toe-ls" topical daily.
Complete thread -- I believe you have it correct; Doc sees no label on tube specifying how to remove. SM
Complete thread -- Google your s/l with phrase sleep apnea
Complete thread -- We did a "starlight or starlite" study of the patient.
Complete thread -- Only meds in my reference that is close to that is Invanz or Ivanaz. Where did QA get Iva
Complete thread -- Your QA put Ivanz? There is no such thing!
Complete thread -- My post from yesterday - the closest anyone got was IM Ancef. What QA put Ivanz
Complete thread -- Much closer to the s/l. Hope OP caught this.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- topical adrenaline?
Complete thread -- Maybe topical lidocaine? a WAG, so please verify!
Complete thread -- tonsil packing impregnated with 1% *topagenolin* and Surgicel
Complete thread -- diathermy?..nm
Complete thread -- Maybe terazosin? nm
Complete thread -- Med help, +WAV
Complete thread -- Pars plana virtrectomy "Diathermine" supplied?
Complete thread -- You're wonderful, thank you.
Complete thread -- diastolic dysfunction, endothelial dysfunction?
Complete thread -- diastolic dysfunction and s/l diferal dysfunction and left ventricular hypertrophy wi
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Ha! I didn't realize I put my s/l in. Thanks!
Complete thread -- anticentromere pattern???
Complete thread -- maybe she is just so used to have low blood sugar during the night that it SM
Complete thread -- positive ANA with a s/l antisitumule pattern and a elevated sed rate
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Not for sure what your question is, but I hear "fluoxetine" b4 aspirin
Complete thread -- I thought it was that but the second half of the sentence is that the patient is very
Complete thread -- syndrome ?
Complete thread -- fewer lows, meaning her blood sugar is not dropping as much as it had been during SM
Complete thread -- diabetes in pregnancy. She is having s/l fewer lows overnight which is.. sent wav
Complete thread -- Before the angioplasty of the stent, the patient had a *full extracts* at the
Complete thread -- anesthesia *symptom* was anticipated as she has very poor PFTs
Complete thread -- wav attached, please sm tx
Complete thread -- patient status post traumatic injury
Complete thread -- never mind - Sanctura.
Complete thread -- drug - s/l saint tura for overactive bladder . . . . ?
Complete thread -- catecholamine is not a substance related to pregnancy (like hCG, for example) so I would
Complete thread -- TY billybob
Complete thread -- What is more correct: increased catecholamine levels in pregnancy or of pregnancy?
Complete thread -- ankle mortise.
Complete thread -- Not sure if I have the correct word, mortise or mortis
Complete thread -- no idea--maybe just slang and quotes would show that
Complete thread -- sacroiliac "s/l shimmy"
Complete thread -- If it was a shot to the knee, wonder if it was Synvisc? Allergic sm
Complete thread -- look it up in the Word List?
Complete thread -- if it is generic no caps, if brand name you only have to initial cap and not show any
Complete thread -- wondering why she didn't post it under her own post above instead
Complete thread -- (was provided just as a point of information, was my take.)
Complete thread -- (I believe it could be "definite." I think "defined" is unlikely. SM
Complete thread -- thank you for trying. The injection was on her knee
Complete thread -- Where was the injection? That should help us.
Complete thread -- patient had a reaction to a cortisone injection
Complete thread -- patient has vas deferens hypervascularization?
Complete thread -- But that is not what the dictator said, so....your point is?
Complete thread -- patient has rash s/l "defen" hypervascularization
Complete thread -- thank you, it is Vaniqa cream for hair
Complete thread -- (a worth-while question, b/c drug companies & their PDR use "vanity casing,"
Complete thread -- I just google the individual drug names; archives might show.
Complete thread -- vanishing cream is an old-fashioned name for cold cream y'all!
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- go with this; undoubtedly correct.
Complete thread -- using the vanishing cream because it does sting at times
Complete thread -- (cannot docu.) Can you tell us what the cream is for? is "Banek"=name of MD who prescribe
Complete thread -- Vaniqa cream
Complete thread -- my s/l
Complete thread -- don't recognize it, but hearing s/l "banic" or "banek" ???
Complete thread -- med help/She sometimes does miss using the ____cream
Complete thread -- Why might one give diazepam/lorazepam rectally? B/c if pt is seizing, can be devilishly
Complete thread -- (in the case of Valium (diazepam), we just used the liquid IV form and gave it via a recta
Complete thread -- google lorazepam and see if it comes in suppository form!
Complete thread -- I-time = fraction of the resp cycle spent during inspiration (rest is expiration)
Complete thread -- Yes, the two are in same family, and both can be given rectally.
Complete thread -- nope, Valium=diazepam; Ativan=lorazepam. (I'm unexperienced giving Ativan p.r. but will
Complete thread -- Yes, presuming I'm correctly remembering that Valium=lorazepam.
Complete thread -- tx so much! could be calendula gel. thanks!
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- Hidey right back! :-)
Complete thread -- hey, Mgt, hello out there!
Complete thread -- Arnica montana is shown on googling it; the other one, dunno!
Complete thread -- check all spellings ... Arnica montana, some type of doula gel, and ...(never heard prior)
Complete thread -- MP3 help pls
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- for Archives, it is "peripheral IVs," ie, not UAC, UVC, PIC line fed deep into cent vein
Complete thread -- progressive calcification? maybe meaning arteriosclerotic calcification of aorta?
Complete thread -- please help with wav
Complete thread -- Per archives, it is supposedly in Stedman's Ortho since at least 2006
Complete thread -- ?torsades
Complete thread -- Lots of things aren't in there when they're fairly new.
Complete thread -- rather, "showed cause to be pattern consistent with AF"?
Complete thread -- cause to be AF?
Complete thread -- ECG??
Complete thread -- Ah yes, I think you got it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Interesting, but it's not shown on One Look or any of those dictionaries
Complete thread -- "?sawtooth"
Complete thread -- Porokeratoma (porokeratotic acanthoma) is a very recently described tumor-like acanthoma w
Complete thread -- s/l coffee or causey ---atrial fibrillation -- anyone know what this might be?
Complete thread -- Porokeratoma : The American Journal of Surgical Pathology
Complete thread -- also, never heard of pokokeratomas and it's not in One Look either?
Complete thread -- did you try googling "neuroma 351 metatarsal pad"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ortho
Complete thread -- Kind of a wild guess, but how about hemophilia A, B, or C?
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I don't hear DIC. ABC is about my only other guess there.
Complete thread -- to follow up with labs in the office and brief visit this summer?
Complete thread -- no problem, I always appreciate input!
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- I looked in all my eMedicine articles to see what I could find, but nothing rings a bell
Complete thread -- I am so sorry. That is what was throwing me off. The use of the () and then a semicolon.
Complete thread -- any guesses on the ABZ?
Complete thread -- Yeah, I see what you mean, he dictated the parentheses there, but it is confusing
Complete thread -- Well, he says "dyslipidemia, predominantly hypertriglyceridemia"
Complete thread -- Actually, I see what you're saying K, sorry for the disagreement. It just looks
Complete thread -- I googled cubicin and found it is advised to be injected 4 mg/kg sm
Complete thread -- thanks again to you both
Complete thread -- No it is not. there is already the () and there is simply a list.
Complete thread -- air-bone
Complete thread -- You may disagree, but her use of the semicolon is proper here sm
Complete thread -- i'm hearing cubicin but can't confirm dosage
Complete thread -- Cubicin. and no cap on staphyloccal. that is adjective form. no cap.
Complete thread -- Even so, he is listing them separately. Even if it were, it is still simply a list of the
Complete thread -- Incorrect usage though. You have () to separate out the one qualifying phrase
Complete thread -- not sure what the drug is, but Cefotan doesn't come in that 450 mg size
Complete thread -- I'm thinking the hypertriglyceridemia is part of the problem of dyslipidemia
Complete thread -- and has just started the patient on ?cefotan--see if dosage is consistent with cefotan
Complete thread -- No, because the problems are continuing with the remainder of the multiple medical problem
Complete thread -- My understanding on the semicolons and colons is in message
Complete thread -- will flag; thank you both
Complete thread -- Could put a period after hypertriglyceridemia, then omit and sm
Complete thread -- moving on
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- WONDERED if maybe a glucose tolerance test w/done? Would flag,
Complete thread -- sorry, don't know your s/l, but you have mixed commas and semicolons. sm
Complete thread -- congenital bleeding disorder s/l ABZ
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- Odd, is the patient a diabetic? That's quite a disparity between values also. I'd
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Agree with LAD.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Nope, not it. He is really stuttering. I will flag. Thanks so much for your wag! :)
Complete thread -- glucose mentioned twice; does that make sense?
Complete thread -- I think that may have been it. I will go listen again.
Complete thread -- LAD?
Complete thread -- and the stem?? wag for sure
Complete thread -- Right hip replacment followup. s/l S-hem?? Any wags?
Complete thread -- wav please
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- taps, like a lumbar puncture/tap. They did cultures on the fluid recovered.
Complete thread -- Is this correct? I am hearing TAPS, but I can't confirm it.
Complete thread -- thanks and thanks to both of you.
Complete thread -- Please verify ALL answers given here with a real reference.
Complete thread -- You need the 0 before .5.. 0.5 cm
Complete thread -- tense cyst is correct.
Complete thread -- "EXTREMITIES: Revealed .5 cm ___ cyst in the dorsal medial aspect ...
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I-time -- ventilation. I-time is set as a percentage of total time. I-time 0.3
Complete thread -- infant exam question, s/l "26/6, eye time"
Complete thread -- I forgot to add, I think he was changing mind, stumbling
Complete thread -- You obviously did not understand her question.
Complete thread -- I hope that poor gal doesn't work for a place that considers adding words padding.
Complete thread -- how to find for next time? google.com enter your phrase + SM
Complete thread -- if go by Book of Style 2nd p 29
Complete thread -- A procedure for premature baby s/l "per fella IVs"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- What's your reference for that?
Complete thread -- I hear Questran q.d. which would mean every day.
Complete thread -- I think so too :-)
Complete thread -- Dorland's and Stedman's both also highly disagree. NO hyphen per
Complete thread -- No. there is no 'relatedness' it is a T wave or T-wave inversion (modifier) or
Complete thread -- Yes, T-waves == hyphen shows relatedness here.
Complete thread -- Believe you need to decide that one for yourself;may have been a correction to anterolatel
Complete thread -- need help with wav pls
Complete thread -- There is not a hyphen in T waves
Complete thread -- If you go with just the single letter, T's. Single letters and numbers always have an
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- would put flat to inverted T-waves in the inferior leads.
Complete thread -- cardio question.. see below
Complete thread -- Here is the information requested
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- should read appear rather than appears, Lo.
Complete thread -- I say no one would know cause we have no access to the EKG itself to see what`
Complete thread -- I think they are two different things.
Complete thread -- give the entire sentence; the sentences before and after would help too.
Complete thread -- ST depressions
Complete thread -- wrist flexion/extension, s/l "dorsi ni side" movement, hip flexion
Complete thread -- clips
Complete thread -- never mind. sending in a blank.
Complete thread -- any ideas? There also appears to be small tubal ligation ?tips? or ?tubes? in
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks to any who tried. sending it on with a blank.
Complete thread -- PE, neuro exam, WAV file
Complete thread -- Oh good grief!
Complete thread -- that's a better guess than what I was coming up with. Left a blank. Thanks, though!
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- heel-toe
Complete thread -- graded as moderate?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- do I need any hyphens?
Complete thread -- some links for ya. I'd flag it for sure.
Complete thread -- normal blood pressure to “Less than 120 / Less than 80.” Per the AHA. Those
Complete thread -- I am still hearing
Complete thread -- if patient has transcutaenous pacer likely was crashing so expect lo BP doubt high BP