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Complete thread -- oh gosh. another one.
Complete thread -- pointing out incorrect things to put in report(s) IS useful. Gack!!!
Complete thread -- if you look above on the board, the OP posted a wav and your suggestion
Complete thread -- and your suggestion is? Please stop posting criticism unless you
Complete thread -- I really hope you did not put ROM and put the to rock suggestion
Complete thread -- PATTERN and motion vision
Complete thread -- still don't think it is "you" we are talking about?
Complete thread -- sure it was !
Complete thread -- ? comorbidity
Complete thread -- ...to rock. HE HAS full range... (not "is")
Complete thread -- We decided that must be what he meant, although that isn't what he was ...
Complete thread -- I bet you believe endarterectomy only for carotids (not so)
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Ta transitional cell carcinoma (Ta is staging)
Complete thread -- yup, as helper posted below "to rock"
Complete thread -- it is probably sialogogue. This PA cannot pronounce anything correctly. thx
Complete thread -- sure he isn't saying Bartholin's???
Complete thread -- It was right below her post so yes it was
Complete thread -- Usually hear "to rock"
Complete thread -- forgot one word at the end of sentence == collectively
Complete thread -- The pelvis is stable. _______ is full range of motion in the lower extremities
Complete thread -- okay, maybe hearing TA TCC ?
Complete thread -- colitides [ko-lit´ĭ-dēz] plural of colitis; inflammatory disorders of the colon considered
Complete thread -- s/l TATDC? (something prostate, transitional cell carcinoma), not hearing TCC ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sialogogues??? (check spelling)
Complete thread -- the ROM?
Complete thread -- some type of lozenge? Salese?
Complete thread -- sure sounds like "callidity" but the definition doesn't fit
Complete thread -- s/l synalogs for dry mouth
Complete thread -- The pelvis is stable *the rock* is full range of motion in the lower extremities
Complete thread -- acute appendicitis versus inflammatory _____ such as diverticulitis.
Complete thread -- Can't hear it.
Complete thread -- colitis?
Complete thread -- cortical read (see link)
Complete thread -- appendicitis versus inflammatory *coliditiy* such as diverticulitis
Complete thread -- status post cone biopsy and Broadlands(?) drainage for CIN
Complete thread -- had to send it with blank.
Complete thread -- I am hearing: reeves or reeds
Complete thread -- back layer was done by Lembert sutures, underside with full-thickness locking suture
Complete thread -- he has a very fine tremor with her hands in the outstretched position. ...
Complete thread -- I don't know. You've got the context. But it is not unreasonable to do so.
Complete thread -- check spelling of finasteride, something close to that
Complete thread -- The patient was counselled that he could also add *fenestroid to his F ...
Complete thread -- If patient is found NOT to be anemic, why would doc start her on
Complete thread -- No, I never have trouble understanding his "bladder." He has weird pronunciations and
Complete thread -- Found it. De Novo.
Complete thread -- Her MIW was upheld up in court and a s/l da-nova was taken out on the patient so sm
Complete thread -- believe it is bunny boot sm
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks for looking
Complete thread -- First was actually spironolactone 50 mg. Boy, was I off.
Complete thread -- listen for: CAROTID endarterectomies (not coronary)
Complete thread -- it's a sound-alike, not a mispronunciation
Complete thread -- I guess he could be trying to say venlaxafine. I will probably flag them both. He could
Complete thread -- reconsider - bladder is likely correct
Complete thread -- Unna boot
Complete thread -- does the word before end in "S" sound? helps to know words before s/l
Complete thread -- Sorry, I'm checking on Edecrin right now.
Complete thread -- s/l phenylexin 50 mg once a day and adeckrin 10 100 mg once a day
Complete thread -- sorry, cut off the last word. This is some type of "technique"
Complete thread -- The skin was reapproximated utilizing 4-0 nylon _________ retention suture.
Complete thread -- a lot
Complete thread -- expressly - plainly, exactly, or unmistakably
Complete thread -- expressly
Complete thread -- It was s/l expressively explained to patient that there would be pain with operation.
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- anesthesia: lido with epinephrine, nasal block. tq
Complete thread -- for response
Complete thread -- the distal end of the finger is called the tuft
Complete thread -- just tuft
Complete thread -- tufts fracture. Should this tuft's fracture. Fracture of ring finger.
Complete thread -- Maybe it's "bunny boot" :)
Complete thread -- Pt. to have foot ulcer debridement. "We will order s/l "boonie" boot to offload
Complete thread -- Sure sounds logical but can't hear it yet. Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- I think this might be his pronunciation of "penile." I'll see if he repeats. Thanks.
Complete thread -- #1 bladder?
Complete thread -- #2 clots?
Complete thread -- recent history of s/l "panel" surgery for urinary retention. has been passing s/l
Complete thread -- That was it... thanks!
Complete thread -- If patient has diabetes, it might be Prandin.
Complete thread -- Prandin - ESL dropped the "in" sound and added an "A"? Go figure!
Complete thread -- She is currently on Lipitor, Evista and *Pranda*. (Patient with generalized hives)
Complete thread -- oh thanks :)
Complete thread -- sanitation?
Complete thread -- colonoscopy procedure
Complete thread -- thank you so much!!! I can now see he repeats the ending... thanks!!! Owe you one! :)
Complete thread -- metencephalon?
Complete thread -- found it
Complete thread -- acute infarction in the left "mesenphelane balan". Patient also...
Complete thread -- i definitely hear a Z or X at the beginning..
Complete thread -- Elimite?
Complete thread -- med s/l "Zal-a-mide" 5% cream one adult dose for scabies
Complete thread -- got it! nasal pterygium (the nasal part had me questioning myself)
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: *Nasal tregam* of right eye.
Complete thread -- Yes, that's all he says for exam. All that remains is the followup in 3 months.
Complete thread -- need to post more information. That is supposed to be a knee exam?
Complete thread -- spinal epidural anesthetic?
Complete thread -- Type of anesthetic?
Complete thread -- seronegative Gram-negative?
Complete thread -- ortho help
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming. Just don't know why it is not in my book. It is there now.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- tons of google hits- looks fine to me.
Complete thread -- I googled Kim's lesion, or Kim lesion. I cannot confirm in my Ortho book though. Is
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirmation. I think Gram-negative is in there but still not getting all.
Complete thread -- nective is negative
Complete thread -- Urine grew E. coli, but it was *sero nanogram neck-tive* bacilli that....
Complete thread -- I "think" it looks right.
Complete thread -- I've forgotten the rules regarding addendums. In a letter with a cc, where does the
Complete thread -- to decrease the hoop stresses borne by the meniscus - nm
Complete thread -- do I not do any commas or hyphens?
Complete thread -- anyone around? ;)
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- how to type? commas or hyphens? proximal medial anterior to posterior distal lateral
Complete thread -- nice one.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- mumble mumble stress done by the meniscus.??? I'm sorry!
Complete thread -- You rock!!! Thanks so very much for the correct answer! :) :) :)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- and a shaver noted a stable bed and a nice contour, _____ by the meniscus
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wow, that's bad. sorta sounds like i hear "medial tibial slope" right before Skin.
Complete thread -- for recalcitrant symptoms
Complete thread -- lateral aspect of the patellar tendon _____ . Skin was incised
Complete thread -- and medial meniscectomy, _______ symptoms from her medial meniscus tear,
Complete thread -- hmm, lemme write that one down, new term to me
Complete thread -- I can't hear that either. I even looked in Stedman's Cardiology. I'll post if I find
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!!! I will check! :)
Complete thread -- thrombus can be removed, better than infectious vegetation roaming around blood stream, ye
Complete thread -- mitral kissing vegetation?
Complete thread -- Thanks for guess, though. I will send to
Complete thread -- Ahh, I bet you got it (WAG), shows no evidence of
Complete thread -- The poster being called a troll wasn't you-they know who they are though
Complete thread -- There is a thrombus attached to the posterior mitral leaflet. In final
Complete thread -- I'm starting to feel sort of unkind now. lol
Complete thread -- shows no evidence of?
Complete thread -- hyperosmolar?
Complete thread -- Two weeks prior to that [admission], he had a hyper"assmolvuh" hyperglycemic coma.
Complete thread -- Calm down and stop the name calling or you will start sounding
Complete thread -- She targeted me dummy, and I am not a troll. You must be the troll.
Complete thread -- If she thinks saying I'm not going to put something the doctor didn't say is "unkind,"
Complete thread -- Ahh the "resident psycho troll. Stop targeting Darlene with your nonsense y
Complete thread -- hmmm...speaking of those that need to be banned.
Complete thread -- Mitral valve shows a s/l nice bearsep vegetation. He's ESL but "nice" is very clear
Complete thread -- umm, could be dictator word/style. would go as dictated; is not incorrect
Complete thread -- Maybe tip is a like a pencil tip as far as size
Complete thread -- yep, could be that also. glad you got it
Complete thread -- it could be either, but I can't tell without more details sm for def.
Complete thread -- could last s/l be "edge of the polyp field" (totally a guess)
Complete thread -- it seems to be tolerated?
Complete thread -- nevermind (endarterectomy)
Complete thread -- You were ignored and I applaud all those who did because you
Complete thread -- Yep that is Darlene to a T. She always starts crap, yet never gets banned
Complete thread -- willing?
Complete thread -- s/l arterectomies pls sm
Complete thread -- Thx - can't change it since airway was dictated, but will leave note!
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for helping!
Complete thread -- posted with more lead
Complete thread -- CT scan of lung
Complete thread -- dysplasia with a (s/l tip) of high-grade dysplasia at the edge of the (s/l pol-o-ful)
Complete thread -- need more lead to the first blank
Complete thread -- poor inspiratory effort (not airway)
Complete thread -- #2 - some allopurinol?
Complete thread -- WAV posted... 2 blanks
Complete thread -- Oh, poor Darlene. Start your crap about people being unkind to you. I said
Complete thread -- well shoot, meant -- no idea on power woons s/l
Complete thread -- lymphadenopathy in there?
Complete thread -- s/l litheropatho = lymphadenopathy. N odiea on power woons s/l
Complete thread -- Nobody asked you to "assume" anything, merely is what is often heard in dictation.
Complete thread -- NECK: No mass "or litheropatho power woons." HEART: S1, S2.
Complete thread -- Agree you want, but he didn't say that and I'm not going to assume he meant to say it.
Complete thread -- changed! :) thx. Any idea on the other s/l's? ...
Complete thread -- agree .. barely hand motion
Complete thread -- change in bowel habits?
Complete thread -- No history of s/l shish bowel habits. No history of night sweats. N ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. Usually my reports have BOTH the
Complete thread -- Slowing the voice down, it "could be" fair.
Complete thread -- It really just sounds like "bare" and he just said exam revealed hand motion vision in
Complete thread -- s/l ann uh prose may be Avapro (irbesartam) hypertension med list sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Borrelia burgdorferi
Complete thread -- Lyme disease - s/l birelli edburg dorfori ?
Complete thread -- We always put the doctor's name to sign the PA's dictations. Depends on your
Complete thread -- I have an account in which the PA is dictating and they are asking me
Complete thread -- fair?
Complete thread -- maybe barely hand motion?
Complete thread -- Pradaxa
Complete thread -- Taken off Coumadin because of inability to regulate. Would he be a candidate
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- "bare" hand motion vision
Complete thread -- Romberg
Complete thread -- Toe position sense is intact. S/l "Thromberg" sign is not present.
Complete thread -- got it, Silopos
Complete thread -- ctunnel release....tp was fitted w/ a s/l silopost wrist gel pad.
Complete thread -- vibrant? what comes before?
Complete thread -- Thanks both, but I hear L sound toward end, just as in my s/l. I'll flag.
Complete thread -- wanted?
Complete thread -- wanting to?
Complete thread -- Psych note. Became agitated and *woolen* to hurt his roommate, even hit him
Complete thread -- Listened again. I guess he is just saying and then spelling abbreviation of atmosphere.
Complete thread -- s/l vibrin patient tried multiple medications for headaches.
Complete thread -- Thats what I was thinking. I dont know what the rest of that garbage is! LOL!
Complete thread -- ATM (atmospheres) ?
Complete thread -- Trying to make sense of this. D: The pressure on the balloon was then increased to
Complete thread -- s/l ann-uh-prose for BP. No dosage info. TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- profound weakness since the initiation
Complete thread -- The patient has complained of _______ since initiation of
Complete thread -- see above post for diagnoses and drug list. TY :)
Complete thread -- Drug list (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Of course, sorry. Quadriplegic with diabetes, anemic, GI upset, diarrhea, UTIs
Complete thread -- having some diagnoses and/or exact sentence/content helps tremendously
Complete thread -- drug s/l rest-a-stran 1 daily.
Complete thread -- lip cream s/l foramazine
Complete thread -- WAG overall weakness?
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help! ...
Complete thread -- The patient has complained of *pro panel weakens* since initiation of chemothera
Complete thread -- This comment is based on it being MRI. If this was some other finding, disregard.
Complete thread -- if you are going with that, I would take out the comma.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was not even close to what he was saying!
Complete thread -- Intraarticular bodies with mature bone and fatty marrow display low signal intensity
Complete thread -- Thaks all.
Complete thread -- He has a Baker’s cyst present and two small in density, intraarticular ...
Complete thread -- Levbid
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- how about "sequential biopsies"
Complete thread -- would suggest calcific (or ossific) densities/intraarticular bodies
Complete thread -- density?
Complete thread -- He has a complex tear of his medial meniscus with horizontal undersurf ...
Complete thread -- Right! Thanks for checking!
Complete thread -- Might be saying "hypoechoicity" but not sure it's a real word.
Complete thread -- or hypoechogenicity?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Was interested because he does sound clear, it just makes no sense.
Complete thread -- maybe hypogenicity
Complete thread -- For second s/l section biopsies
Complete thread -- A transrectal ultrasound of the prostate performed because of elevated PSA. This did
Complete thread -- Nope, lol. He hates blanks. I sent the "two point" as a blank, but kept reidentified
Complete thread -- did "fresh ears" help you figure out the blanks from last night? (was curious)
Complete thread -- and was looking...
Complete thread -- with which?
Complete thread -- Thanks for catching my typo. He's "trying" to be clear - it's not working, lol.
Complete thread -- I heard L5-S1 facet joint pathology. I also heard "which wide and he never makes sense.
Complete thread -- He had taken his mom's opioids and is looking for a gun for which to shoot himself.
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- Looks good to me -- a little too many commas 4 my taste, but they're placed correctly.
Complete thread -- Patient had L4-L5 facet joint pathology bilaterally ____ on the lateral fluoroscopic
Complete thread -- She has DDD breasts with grade 3 s/l ptosis pediosiasis. Left breast is
Complete thread -- She attended the clinic of Dr. (NAME) last week complaining of severe ...
Complete thread -- rigid screws
Complete thread -- yes, it does lead to tiny breaks in the bone and the bone's eventual collapse sm
Complete thread -- http://www.niams.nih.gov/health_info/osteonecrosis/
Complete thread -- Hip arthroplasty secondary to avascular necrosis with s/l collapse. Does collapse ma
Complete thread -- Thank you, both.
Complete thread -- dual tapered threaded interbody cages (LT [Lordotic tapered] cage; Medtronic, Memphis,
Complete thread -- Found plenty of info - Probably just means dual interbody cage devices
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Patient with chronic back pain who has undergone
Complete thread -- I believe this is it. I will relisten. Ty much! :)
Complete thread -- The impression before this was newly diagnosed breast cancer.
Complete thread -- There is anastrozole for breast cancer?
Complete thread -- what is the diagnosis or cancer?
Complete thread -- WAG dosage is most probably biweekly
Complete thread -- 3. Presently on new cancer drug s/l an-nus-sho-zall. Anyone have ANY idea? I have
Complete thread -- Doctor is reading off the patient's med list.
Complete thread -- Anyone? Questioning bridge screws portion
Complete thread -- Disregard. Definitely saying coverage. Ty anyway.
Complete thread -- I&D of right index finger with flap repair s/l slash coverage. I assume repair/cover
Complete thread -- Herzog
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Left tibia infected nonunion. Procedure: Removal of na ...
Complete thread -- WAG umbilicus to touch?
Complete thread -- what part of the body and/or procedure being performed
Complete thread -- Abdomen: Obese. There is tenderness to palpation over the lower abdom ...
Complete thread -- We used two packs of tobramycin-impregnated cement with 1 gram of vanc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm going to flag.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- yes, that's it. thanks
Complete thread -- Not really unless patient had issue prior. Has to be something else, IMO
Complete thread -- L4-L5 plate placement and bridge screws for management of L4-L5 instability.
Complete thread -- See list (sm)
Complete thread -- Alport?
Complete thread -- s/l os-love, os-smoke ?
Complete thread -- familiar tenderness? Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- DOU - can't document the other.
Complete thread -- Patient will be admitted to the DOU or TOU for hydration and reassessm ...
Complete thread -- Most people "ride" a bike, not "drive" a bike, but...
Complete thread -- In lab values:
Complete thread -- bb's suggestion makes good sense to me....
Complete thread -- a lot
Complete thread -- bb
Complete thread -- (no. Not a stupid guess by any means. Possibly not correct for OP's context...,
Complete thread -- and fell down a 15-foot hill.
Complete thread -- Ignore. This was a stupid
Complete thread -- The screw was inserted down to subchondral bone. We were then able to ...
Complete thread -- Could it be "near" failure, meaning near respiratory failure. Not sure they'd say that
Complete thread -- part is this??
Complete thread -- He tried to turn left while driving a bike and fell s/l 15 foothill?
Complete thread -- We were then able to use the *candlestick* device to advance the plate ...
Complete thread -- Yes, I often hear 2-pillow orthopnea or 3-pillow orthopnea.
Complete thread -- I accept your input. Hmmm,....I just can't think of any alternative to "heart."
Complete thread -- the patient is a male.
Complete thread -- ("No," meaning you, OP, are NOT alone in finding your dictator a pissaroo to the n-th !
Complete thread -- No. Your dictator is hell-on-wheels.
Complete thread -- resp insuff USUALLY leads to heart failure. Might doc have said "her failure"?? SM
Complete thread -- He had respiratory insufficiency leading to s/l hear failure. (not heart)
Complete thread -- at least i know that i am not hte only one who finds this dictator hard.
Complete thread -- Sorry. Pillow orthopnea. I think there is. ...
Complete thread -- Is there a pillow edema? ...
Complete thread -- You are welcome! I wish I knew more!
Complete thread -- for responding
Complete thread -- I can see Kinta's pas among dysphagia citations, but I cannot evaluate them critically.
Complete thread -- She has been doing s/l kintas pas as suggested by speech pathologist recently.
Complete thread -- Thanks! (I can't help, though; maybe it is my very aging MEs or 8th cranial nerves, SM
Complete thread -- Knowing what you heard, "Poprol," or some such, I can understand. SM
Complete thread -- i have added an mp3. thank you
Complete thread -- thank you for trying. i still hear a "p" sound at the beginning.
Complete thread -- AMAZING, POI! Thanks to you I can now hear it!!! :-)
Complete thread -- It could make sense to me that an OB-GYN might be unfamiliar with Soma Cpd,say it casually
Complete thread -- Toprol
Complete thread -- she is OB/GYN. Probably doesn't prescribe it and just reading a list.
Complete thread -- You have my deepest sympathies!!! I could discern Lipitor, and almost Benadryl, but not a
Complete thread -- I accept what you say. I wonder if she & colleagues have their own specific meaning for
Complete thread -- Her medications include ____, Benadryl, and Lipitor.
Complete thread -- (not even the tiniest clue! I'm sorry! :-)
Complete thread -- I agree with that, but that isn't what was dictated. I was just
Complete thread -- No, I believe. The two drugs "compounded" with generic Soma are ASA, codeine, or both.
Complete thread -- medication s/l thiso. she has hypothyroidism and seasonal allergies
Complete thread -- hmmm.....not my impression at all....I'll be back after I learn more.
Complete thread -- I think she is referring to the Ibuprofen and Soma and calling it "compound".
Complete thread -- but is is just Soma with aspirin? or Soma plus aspirin and codeine? How does one know??
Complete thread -- you are correct Margaret, just figured it out myself. Thanks much!
Complete thread -- WAY wag: "and Soma Compound as needed." (what I hear, anyhoo. Going now to try to docu..
Complete thread -- yes. Strength on hand grip is commonly tested. There is even a "ball" that gives a readi
Complete thread -- Ibuprofen and Soma ___________ as needed.
Complete thread -- furthernow it s/l grips. Is that correct here?
Complete thread -- wag: might "prips" be instead "wrists" ??
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Neuro exam: Full power with s/l prips, wrist extension, flexion, knee flexion.
Complete thread -- breast and left temple?
Complete thread -- (poluted voice file, but I hear "right temple.")
Complete thread -- growth on his ____ and left temple
Complete thread -- July 1 (2012) went by without our suitably acknowledging it!!! Oldtimers, SM! :-)
Complete thread -- I'm relistening to this in the am - I just know he's saying something else.
Complete thread -- Interesting! I will listen in the morning with fresh ears. Thanks! Always wanted to learn
Complete thread -- WAY TO GO, Lo! Dr Buck COULD well be the dictating doc's supervising resident or staff
Complete thread -- I did discuss with Dr. Buck, we will need to get the patient's information from
Complete thread -- in dictating French exercises for us to write, my French prof said "pwan" (point) for peri
Complete thread -- Thank YOU for helpin'! That was after slowed down to 25%, then 45%, 65% and 70% was magic.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Making sense out of the nonsense. :) I would be dead in the water w/o this board
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, OP! What a pissaroo! :-)
Complete thread -- (count me out!:-) I like "recumbant" for s/l.
Complete thread -- Does not wish to proceed........Wohoooo! Geez.
Complete thread -- I did discuss with her the back? or the bug? Sorry; best I can hear, no idea re meaning.
Complete thread -- I did discuss _______. Will need to get clear information from the hematologist.
Complete thread -- because doc sounds ESL, I favor billybob's suggestion, "colon."
Complete thread -- does a colon make sense here? Two points :
Complete thread -- so, testing both hips? fumbling maybe with repeats.? Can't get s/l sm
Complete thread -- I wish, lol. That would be too easy for him. Grrr. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Don't know, but just from the s/l maybe "recumbent." But
Complete thread -- I hear two point also (before I read what you heard.) Could he be numbering? (second
Complete thread -- ...lumbar lordosis _____ patient had L3-L4 disk herniation with extrusion
Complete thread -- I also hear an "essed" sound (before to proceed)
Complete thread -- I'm hearing with (or was) offered to proceed. This guy kills me, lol
Complete thread -- neutral position suggests full extension. A doc might check in 90 degree hip flexion, to
Complete thread -- was prepared to...
Complete thread -- I agree, not sure it made sense, but it seemed clear.
Complete thread -- hoping to proceed??
Complete thread -- I now hear "Patient is set to proceed..." Initially I thought I heard "Pt is scheduled to
Complete thread -- The hip was tested in neutral position, abduction, internal rotation, ...
Complete thread -- Patient ______ to proceed with lumbar facet joint intra-articular injection
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping!
Complete thread -- That's what I'm hearing too. Not sure it makes sense.
Complete thread -- were re-identified?
Complete thread -- were re-identified?
Complete thread -- Facets arthropathy _______ according to radiologist and more pronounced
Complete thread -- NM - got it - localized
Complete thread -- Sentence prior: Rotation cervical spine to the left limited. Patient reports pain lower
Complete thread -- Oops, mp3 posted
Complete thread -- No ______ tenderness on palpation of midline.
Complete thread -- ok, just finally figured it out. paralytic ileus
Complete thread -- s/l "pear-lid-achillias"
Complete thread -- what about explantation (of a bad graft)?
Complete thread -- I was just thinking I wonder if that's what she means.
Complete thread -- exploration?
Complete thread -- s/l explanation
Complete thread -- breath, with lungs that ?
Complete thread -- oops..forgot to say thanks. Thanks!
Complete thread -- that is what I heard too..lungs or legs. I just can't get it to make sense
Complete thread -- lungs were filling up?
Complete thread -- ..pain in the chest, shortness of breath, her ________ were filling up.
Complete thread -- yes. Injection of a sclerosing agent (not Botox) to cause vein to collapse & scar down cl
Complete thread -- thank you both very very much!
Complete thread -- looks ok to me
Complete thread -- WAG.. maybe "group" not glue, noting mom's blood group and then baby's
Complete thread -- pretty sure ok sm
Complete thread -- s/l glue ? all I can think of is slurring ABO (blood group)
Complete thread -- sm pls, Does sentence make sense - I can barely hear (resident)
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down. NM
Complete thread -- I know, but "I" didn't have it spelled right in my reply (I left out "h").
Complete thread -- NeoPAP? check spelling though (CPAP for babies)
Complete thread -- may also (sometime)left main coronary artery branch/trunk, stem or system
Complete thread -- initial respiratory distress and he required (s/l neopath) 5 cm PEEP and 24% oxygen
Complete thread -- She has it spelled right for where she lives.
Complete thread -- on 25 gauge, there are 22 and 25 maybe he was trying to avoid the larger one??sm
Complete thread -- I think ok Contrast injections *of* local epidural spread.
Complete thread -- Dictator wants it that way for clarification (it is a procedure many do it)
Complete thread -- yep, router (in case you return)it is an anthrectomy procedure, sm
Complete thread -- I've never seen outer clothing as one word, but underclothing if you mean underwear.
Complete thread -- Depends on how it is used. She had panties on under clothing. She wore
Complete thread -- Guess that would be most logical. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I'd have put a 25-gauge needle was placed... Transfacet, and third I'm not sure...
Complete thread -- dysmenorrhea ?
Complete thread -- found this, close as could find checking rather quickly
Complete thread -- preop dx s/l "s-menorrhea" and llq pain.
Complete thread -- agree sm
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- I would say "are" - "have been" speaks to history
Complete thread -- underclothing or under clothing and outer clothing or outerclothing??
Complete thread -- (Oops, hemorrhoids!)
Complete thread -- NM, flagging.
Complete thread -- Not sure, but googled hemorroid injection and got hits that talked
Complete thread -- booking for a flexible sigmoidoscopy at ***** with a view to (s/l injection) of this
Complete thread -- yes, you are a resident now, may be time to drop the "cute" valley girl voice?????
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- shucks, okay thanks
Complete thread -- he will carry on with the home physiotherapy focusing on hip abduction ...
Complete thread -- (P.S. Doc telling me to start new paragraphs for nearly every sentence and
Complete thread -- Procedure: *trens* facet epidural injection, left side, L4 and L5.
Complete thread -- maybe next time, leave out your s/l - it tends to let us hear what you do...
Complete thread -- I listened, but for the life of me, all I heard was your s/l, and I don't think
Complete thread -- WAV posted with 3 blanks... Thank you!
Complete thread -- THANX ...
Complete thread -- not sure on your s/l but need comma after thoracic,
Complete thread -- panels have been stable.
Complete thread -- I know I already put a s/l but also added a wav. That might be better.
Complete thread -- Please ignore the "219". That should not be included.
Complete thread -- Nevermind - got it. "Subtubercle"
Complete thread -- plse disregard
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- The patient *panels sound* stable 219. Sodium 141, potassium
Complete thread -- dr. says "she has been using Replens for dry eyes." Can only find as vaginal? nm
Complete thread -- RE: foot x-ray. "There is a sub s/l cervical sesamoid, otherwise unremarkable.
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- Stryker Corporation introduced its ARIA Spinal System in February at the ...
Complete thread -- Stryker Corporation ARIA Spinal System?
Complete thread -- When the doc spells something for me like that and I can't document it, I put it in quotes
Complete thread -- disc space and then the _____ retractor was palced and
Complete thread -- missing a number
Complete thread -- NM, decided to flag as I need to send in now.
Complete thread -- He should undergo another cardiac cath with a *row-ter* in a facility....
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- he spells it but couldn't find either
Complete thread -- Bone mineral density testing was recently performed s/l 0.47?? ...
Complete thread -- What a terrific video! Thanks for sharing. : )
Complete thread -- Definitely saying LM and he repeats a few times in note. Agree "left main" then?
Complete thread -- no. You were right with first one.
Complete thread -- Watch video. LM->LCx->OM
Complete thread -- that lesion extends to proximal left circumflex probably cinches which of the 2 anatomical
Complete thread -- TY. GREAT ears! :)
Complete thread -- relating to local anesthesia
Complete thread -- posted wav.
Complete thread -- or is he saying OM?
Complete thread -- DX: Severe stenosis in distal *LM* extending to proximal left circumflex. Please
Complete thread -- will wait a min to post after prevoius poster.
Complete thread -- posted wav. I have reviewed risks relating to this including risks ____, scars,
Complete thread -- spot electrocoagulation is what i hear
Complete thread -- yes, amyloid
Complete thread -- Nvm, spectral trace. ...
Complete thread -- me either =/ he ends it with penny and beginning s/l approprio =/
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was completely obtained with ___ spot electrodesiccation
Complete thread -- seems to docu fine
Complete thread -- it did still show normal flow and could demonstrate augmentation on *s ...
Complete thread -- wag: amyloid said fast could sound like amboid.
Complete thread -- word "receive"missing? was prepared to receive interbody grafting
Complete thread -- burnign and numbness in feet and hands. On labs, s/l The staining for am boid was
Complete thread -- wag: "area retractor"? iow, a common noun used as an adjective? No luck on brand name lik
Complete thread -- Good work, MT50!
Complete thread -- Cosopt can have side effects, but "fecal," eg constipation isn't mentioned. Pt has some
Complete thread -- TY :)
Complete thread -- s/l Aria retractor
Complete thread -- phaco (from the cataract surgery/phacoemsulfication)
Complete thread -- okay, you're dumb. you win.
Complete thread -- Posted WAV. :)
Complete thread -- thanks both, I'm going to have to flag it.
Complete thread -- WAG procedural?
Complete thread -- visual
Complete thread -- gotta love it when they're unsure of the anatomical features they talk about. :D
Complete thread -- okay, he is saying a little of both, s/l pars tubarius, hmmmmm
Complete thread -- postop symptoms following cataract surgery. ....with postop s/l fecal complications
Complete thread -- Phosphodiesterase inhibitors are used to treat sexual dysfunction in PD.
Complete thread -- torus tubarius?
Complete thread -- try the pars tuberalis
Complete thread -- proprietary is the first word that comes to me ?
Complete thread -- just a guess - proprietary? Not sure if that fits here or not.
Complete thread -- s/l pars to baris (T&A)
Complete thread -- yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l propriopenny
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions Margaret
Complete thread -- reads funny (to me), but that is what I hear too. Thanks!
Complete thread -- got it, reticent
Complete thread -- morning and midday
Complete thread -- He previously has deferred any use of phosphodiesterase inhibitors as he was not extr
Complete thread -- 50 mg mane and (s/l miti) and 75 mg evening
Complete thread -- candidate's chance, risk assessment, etc. ???
Complete thread -- No, not way off...I hear candidate, but it seems there is another word there.
Complete thread -- I hear "the candidate's risks, assessment..." (probably waaay off tho)
Complete thread -- try to hear"risk assessment."
Complete thread -- anesthesia risks? ASA risks? (I don't hear "risks," however.)
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- agree w/ poi.
Complete thread -- No, you stop. You've already made yourself clear as to what you thought the root of the
Complete thread -- exist?
Complete thread -- s/l eee-glist anyone know what doc is saying or what fits?
Complete thread -- Mgt thanks for the weightbearing clue ;-)
Complete thread -- (thanks, MT50!:-)
Complete thread -- pos obturator and psoas signs both suggest appendiceal inflammation, so I believe psoas is
Complete thread -- I think this is it. I will listen again to be sure. Thank you!
Complete thread -- can you at all hear psoas sign?
Complete thread -- Patau sign matches s/l, but meaning doesn't fit context.
Complete thread -- omg!
Complete thread -- Oh yes! Thanx!
Complete thread -- good thought, Mgt. I'll work on that.
Complete thread -- Could it WBAT (weight-bear as tolerated)
Complete thread -- Too long, sounds like pa toe sign...might just have to flag
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if "weight-bearing" something or other.
Complete thread -- second word maybe peritoneal?
Complete thread -- People on this site are so smart! Thank you for your help and being great at your job!
Complete thread -- obturator
Complete thread -- He gives the letters.
Complete thread -- chief complaint of diarrhea and abdominal pain. Her ABDOMEN is flat. ...
Complete thread -- maybe bleeding ?
Complete thread -- Does the dictator give those letters W-B-I-T or sounds like WBIT (could it be wrap it?)
Complete thread -- Ice, elevate and WBIT
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- there was significant discharge and .....
Complete thread -- wav posted. There was ____, discharge, and odor.
Complete thread -- I think. TY.
Complete thread -- kumbaya, indeed
Complete thread -- oh stop it
Complete thread -- Nucynta?
Complete thread -- extremely short-acting opiate s/l suventa
Complete thread -- bulging to BE anticipated (not "the")
Complete thread -- bleeding on touch?
Complete thread -- omg?
Complete thread -- s/l Al Pro ?
Complete thread -- sorry didn't see it post the first time
Complete thread -- does this make sense?
Complete thread -- does the following make sense?
Complete thread -- Tretinoin
Complete thread -- microtia = improved spelling
Complete thread -- Believe it is relating to the ear. Maybe "microtia"
Complete thread -- micro-otia check my spelling, abnormally small ear.
Complete thread -- what are you talking about??? What is on the right, canal of what? remnant of what?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- That's it. Thank you and thanks to all for their suggestions.
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks Poi and to MT50.
Complete thread -- otherwise her craniofacial structures are largely stable and symmetrical. ...sm
Complete thread -- scanning results and needs to be on a
Complete thread -- ? scanning results and the need to stay on (maybe)
Complete thread -- she has acne for which she takes s/l quinatoin.
Complete thread -- MP3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- maybe a comma after anticipated (,) given that etc (but ackward dictator style)
Complete thread -- Is something missing between "anticipated" and "given"
Complete thread -- Wow, sorry but none of that makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- got it, laxity....doh!
Complete thread -- She does have some mild bulging in her epigastric region which I understand has raise
Complete thread -- s/l 2 albuminologic dissociation = cytoalbuminologic dissociation
Complete thread -- albuminocytologic
Complete thread -- cytoimmunologic?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I googled it but may be in a wrong way. ...
Complete thread -- maybe immunologic?
Complete thread -- Cardene drip is right. Did you Google it?
Complete thread -- s/l say 2 albuminologic dissociation TIA!
Complete thread -- He has also had a labile blood pressure and is on *cardene* drip. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks--just found it myself!
Complete thread -- the dumb one is the one who thought it was easy -- after someone else figured it out!
Complete thread -- Sorry that is Sani-Supp (no "t" in it, just a typo)
Complete thread -- Santi-Supp glycerin
Complete thread -- s/l "feni soup glycerine" - suppository for constipation
Complete thread -- possibly retrodisplaced. Thx
Complete thread -- some kind of "displaced" tongue?
Complete thread -- Slightly*rep-it-tus*placed tongue and seems to have a preference for mouth breathing
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Instructions For Use
Complete thread -- We turned our attention to the left groin and we used a Perclose devic ...
Complete thread -- At this point, with the Winn wire parked in the peroneal artery, we ex ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- to 1 cc aliquots IN tuberculin syringes (not and)
Complete thread -- no.
Complete thread -- is two "months history" of pain correct as well?
Complete thread -- aliquots.
Complete thread -- whichever is dictated.
Complete thread -- grammar check pls
Complete thread -- The 10 cc syringe plunger was placed back on and the fat was transferr ...
Complete thread -- Not unless you're eating a
Complete thread -- Oh, excuse me for being such a dumbf***. I'll try not to embarrass myself ever
Complete thread -- Dr. Osvaldo De La Vega, MD, Las Cruces, NM, Nephrology
Complete thread -- Using the doctor lookup above - DeLaVega
Complete thread -- Dr. de la Vega, or Dr. De La Vega, or even as one google hit shows, Dr. DeLavega.
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Apley
Complete thread -- knee examination
Complete thread -- FDA approved Rayos (prednisone) delayed-release tablets (1 mg, 2 mg and 5 mg)
Complete thread -- white?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Ileus, resolved.
Complete thread -- got it fat :-)
Complete thread -- s/l sad emulsion or thad emulsion 250 mL daily.
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- No, but thanks anyways. She is clearly saying royed or roid hmm..will ...
Complete thread -- ESL or not, cauterization ought to come to mind for GI bleeding
Complete thread -- rye? (turkey is not capitalized)
Complete thread -- oat?
Complete thread -- A typical breakfast for her would include cereal with 2% milk. For lu ...
Complete thread -- FYI - typing wirey into Google, only thing comes up is wiry.
Complete thread -- wiry - lean and sinew: a wiry little person. I personally haven't
Complete thread -- wiry - Lean
Complete thread -- fleck of calcification?
Complete thread -- KUB: There is a small s/l flex calcification in the midportion of the left kidney
Complete thread -- anyone ever hear of a patient with "wirey" legs??
Complete thread -- Darn it, I meant Nonclosure L2-L3 should maybe be S2-S3
Complete thread -- S1-S2, I meant
Complete thread -- Why would he jump then to #9 L2-L3 unless that's S2-S2??? - relistening
Complete thread -- or...are there 3 Juniors?
Complete thread -- HOW is this a Jr when he's the III?? wouldn't he be just "III" and not a Jr?
Complete thread -- I know, it did for me too. I had to slow that bad boy WAY down to hear the T1-T2
Complete thread -- S1-S2 on the right side. S1-S2 joint pain.
Complete thread -- 2 blanks - Nonclosure of facet joint ____ on the right side. ______ joint pain.
Complete thread -- Awesome! That's it. I was hearing 22 and could NOT get past it, duh! TYVVM
Complete thread -- What comes before it? It sounds like "twenty-two" to me. Is he making some kind of list?
Complete thread -- T1-T2?
Complete thread -- sound starts too close to the blank, can you back it up just a hair?
Complete thread -- I can't get past what I *think* I'm hearing but don't want to taint anyone :)
Complete thread -- _____ degenerative disk disease with bilateral neural foraminal stenosis.
Complete thread -- WOAH! Great work! Thanks! Thank you to all who listened. Got a couple more from my
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- makes more sense
Complete thread -- sip of water with regular medication
Complete thread -- except for regular medication
Complete thread -- Patient was advised to be n.p.o. night before procedure _____ regular medication.
Complete thread -- probable fusion of the low back with s/l zero resulting? failed back surgery syndrome
Complete thread -- YEEEEESSSSSSS, that's it! Lol, thank you!!!!
Complete thread -- saw cut?
Complete thread -- Other diagnoses, clues - see inside
Complete thread -- Complex regional pain syndrome...right lower extremity status post ________ injury
Complete thread -- Lastname, Jr., III, firstname --> is this correctly written? Dictated differently --
Complete thread -- Exactly it. Thank you much. He's esl, of course.
Complete thread -- prolastin??? What are diagnoses or anyother contxt?
Complete thread -- or nidus on the other extremities?
Complete thread -- Yes, that's why I asked opinion on using cardioverting, but on this account we usually
Complete thread -- ? cauterization
Complete thread -- Colace?
Complete thread -- apparently not by this doctor
Complete thread -- s/l prolase.she has asthma and hypothyroidism.
Complete thread -- history of GI bleeding and underwent s/l "quortrydison" procedure
Complete thread -- This patient noticed an insidious onset of a painless mass on his left ...
Complete thread -- cardioversion is way preferred
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks. I might do away with the semicolon; have to think about it. :)
Complete thread -- You're safe with cardioconverting (variant of cardioconversion). SM
Complete thread -- Is cardioconverting a word, or should I put
Complete thread -- Thanks.. : )
Complete thread -- I'd go with the first way if you are allowed to tweak. 12-year-3-month-old
Complete thread -- could you be hearing "linear sebaceous nevus"?
Complete thread -- No, I aplogize, you were right, it is pyeogenic, thanks!
Complete thread -- It doesn't sound like that, but thanks for taking a shot.
Complete thread -- all that comes to mind is pyogenic
Complete thread -- if you typed it that exact way, Google would have told you correct spelling.
Complete thread -- Word help _ s/l "padge-uant" granuloma
Complete thread -- Not sure how to type this. D: This is a "12 plus 3 year old" female.
Complete thread -- violaceous
Complete thread -- violaceous? purple in color
Complete thread -- Pt with erythema of the leg. sm
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your feedback! :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- very smart! (sad that it is necessary, though)
Complete thread -- about a 1?
Complete thread -- My "supervisor" used to be with QA, so that wouldn't work. sm
Complete thread -- I see no problem - the info is out there on Google, it's not PHI.
Complete thread -- s/l *bottom* 1
Complete thread -- I agree with Darlene - I bet it was "imaging."
Complete thread -- s/l episitis may be epiphysitis? sm
Complete thread -- short distances
Complete thread -- I have the same problem with flagging inconsistencies... they just put what is dictated.
Complete thread -- wav posted. ... With ____ she gets lots of left calf discomfort...
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing,does seem "odd"only LEFT side MRI", esp.ce mentions right side sm
Complete thread -- FWIW, I would do the same thing in your shoes. sm
Complete thread -- I try so hard not to send anything to QA because they come up with some weird stuff. We
Complete thread -- I have done this many times for spellings; not a thing wrong as far as I can see.
Complete thread -- or can be evaluated by ordering CT neck?
Complete thread -- shoots
Complete thread -- ethics question: Is it okay to enter a patient name into a google search bar? sm
Complete thread -- My first thought would be "CT scan" Furthermore, I don't know
Complete thread -- enthesitis
Complete thread -- I've also never heard of a left or right MRI.
Complete thread -- The funny thing is, the liver is on the right side. They see it on a left MRI?
Complete thread -- From yesterday, "E-man" of the abdomen
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!! She is very frustrating. She could literally be saying anything!
Complete thread -- common to prescribe an INH treatment course lasting 9 mos to 1 year after a conversion of
Complete thread -- She is also finishing an "I-N-H year nose" following TB test conversion.
Complete thread -- We would like to proceed with an MRI to rule out any ***s/l episitis?? ...
Complete thread -- That's what I heard, too.
Complete thread -- After hearing it, I still say escalate.
Complete thread -- thanks, shoots.
Complete thread -- referable seems correct to me in this context.
Complete thread -- oh no, i knew that, sorry
Complete thread -- When the doctor uses a word wrong, my mind totally goes blank.
Complete thread -- need more context please
Complete thread -- Rena-Vite
Complete thread -- He was taking aspirin, *renovite*, folic acid,
Complete thread -- Hmm. (WAV POSTED) TY.
Complete thread -- NM. Finally got it. Daliresp.
Complete thread -- escalate therapy?
Complete thread -- Patient with ulcerative colitis. s/l ask-wait therapy
Complete thread -- s/l bal-uh-res No dosage info. TIA!
Complete thread -- The cord is the hard vein and it forms like a rope quality
Complete thread -- Not sure but I think it has something to do with DVT.
Complete thread -- google palpable venous cords
Complete thread -- yep, cords is right.
Complete thread -- pulmonary
Complete thread -- yes, meaning to say: I wonder if "e-man" is "imaging"
Complete thread -- pseudocord
Complete thread -- pseudocord / pseudo cord / ??? - with overlying leukoplakic changes
Complete thread -- k, thanks
Complete thread -- ah yes. TY :)
Complete thread -- corrected to: had not experienced any symptoms
Complete thread -- he's correcting himself, "had not [had any] experienced any symptoms"
Complete thread -- WAV. * had not had any _______ symptoms suggesting active pulmonary tuberculosis.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- scopolamine
Complete thread -- medication s/l ca-pul-man patch
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- intravascularly
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l issure vascularly volume depleted TIA!
Complete thread -- skin graft?
Complete thread -- in this case, no caps. If it was just "evaluated by General Surgery" then yes.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks much - just found it.
Complete thread -- Synthes
Complete thread -- s/l ** cynthia's ** reconstruction plate
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Ecuador, if possible,
Complete thread -- OP report, cap General Surgery Service? or lower case?
Complete thread -- Meant "these commas," not "this commas."
Complete thread -- TLH maybe total laparoscopic hysterectomy
Complete thread -- could only think of some type of lysis of adhesions, the abbreviation rings a bell, but I
Complete thread -- Should I leave this commas in or take them out?
Complete thread -- thanks, figured that out when I spellchecked, will flag the blank, thanks
Complete thread -- s/l spoon graft
Complete thread -- sounds like "pump lift"
Complete thread -- basilar cell
Complete thread -- FYI morcellation
Complete thread -- agree - imaging (see where mentions "contrast" that is imaging
Complete thread -- s/l TLAs ?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes, IMO.
Complete thread -- Thanks! C4-C5 it is.
Complete thread -- The tenses look fine to me.
Complete thread -- Do any of the tenses have to be changed in this paragraph?
Complete thread -- Does the comma belong?
Complete thread -- C4-5 (if so dictated) or C4-C5 disk.
Complete thread -- Status post *C4 C5* artificial disk placement -- C4, C5 or C4-C5
Complete thread -- ? imaging?
Complete thread -- SUN serum urea nitrogren
Complete thread -- i cannot document this reliably. the patient works for s/l Highline machines:
Complete thread -- Yes, it would be "hydroplaned across the center line"
Complete thread -- pls sm MVA
Complete thread -- No, he said SUN very clearly. That's why I'd like to know if there is ...
Complete thread -- BUN?
Complete thread -- creatinine and s/l SUN (sounds clear). Is there an SUN in lab values? ...
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- By the way, don't think it's "breaks" because no break is ever mentioned anywhere else and
Complete thread -- You know, that might just be it. Let me listen again. Thanks!
Complete thread -- weakness in the left upper extremity and s/l "wrist brates" or "risperates" in . . .
Complete thread -- "a pressure of 1 torr is approximately equal to one millimeter of mercury."
Complete thread -- PO2 of 165 s/l torr and a PCO2 of 23 s/l torq ...
Complete thread -- take-off?
Complete thread -- "16-mm stable aneurysm on the s/l take of the left renal artery"
Complete thread -- going with my research!! 11/13 x 36 cm.
Complete thread -- dictated as" eleven thirteen by 36 cm ureteral access sheath was placed. 11 13?
Complete thread -- felt?
Complete thread -- had to send it with a flag
Complete thread -- Pins were bent, cut and padded with s/l feld. Tx.
Complete thread -- You'd think it would be something like that but hear e-man or he-man of the abdomen. I
Complete thread -- CT scan?
Complete thread -- A few more including "E-man" of the abdomen
Complete thread -- Amazing! Yes, that's it. Thanks. Now, what is "E-man" of the abdomen with and without
Complete thread -- PSA?
Complete thread -- s/l Pacy (or pee A cee) 0.262. Patient has hepatic carcinoma. Very difficult
Complete thread -- IN CAPS! (?)
Complete thread -- The dictators should compose their sentences so that commas aren't necessary to
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think he's actually saying "soft and nontender abdomen and calves." Weird.
Complete thread -- Doh, never mind... sorry.. should read more carefully.
Complete thread -- Could doc be saying "intact extremities"?
Complete thread -- Soft and nontender abdomen "in cass" ("in cass period")
Complete thread -- Soft and nontender abdomen "in cass" ("in cass period")
Complete thread -- Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- KNOW NOTHING
Complete thread -- I've noticed many no nothing about medical transcription and the trend to not use
Complete thread -- Has nothing to do with "freaks", has to do with proper English punctuation
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- leukocytic changes
Complete thread -- Pulmonology
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- CareCore (see link)
Complete thread -- Care Core or Care Corp??
Complete thread -- dispensing of bowel movements (by the way, it would be "have a very high-fiber..."
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- GI
Complete thread -- In a discussion, his symtpoms...work status were all addressed.
Complete thread -- was or werer?
Complete thread -- Lanacane
Complete thread -- Thank you. I should have found that.
Complete thread -- Wow, you do like the commas.
Complete thread -- Maybe just another comma after interim?
Complete thread -- Is it this?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- lots of commas
Complete thread -- The patient is purportedly allergic to s/l "lanocain." Doesn't sound like
Complete thread -- trying to figure out how to best punctuate this so it reads okay.
Complete thread -- I don't think so. She says "unless" this and "unless" that about a dozen times in every
Complete thread -- That's it....thank you!
Complete thread -- I guess it's Bache.
Complete thread -- She is a retired stockbroker for Prudential __s/l Baysh Securities,
Complete thread -- I'm thinking "hyoscyamine"
Complete thread -- Karnofsky
Complete thread -- agree with tined lead
Complete thread -- Her "Karowski" status is 100%.
Complete thread -- I think it's "and if" instead of "unless"
Complete thread -- I wonder if "over his dry weight" would have made sense. Oh well, too late now.
Complete thread -- Never mind. I had to send with a
Complete thread -- unless he really is s/l "a verse" dry weight
Complete thread -- "sheath" would be what is inserted (like a thin catheter used to guide the lead inside)
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is the one I went with because there was a huge pause after "echocardiogram"
Complete thread -- cavity or chamber not that different RVC sm
Complete thread -- I think ? is giving the reason to do a limited ("RE" eval) I would type like so SM
Complete thread -- s/l ti-n-ate may be tined lead (like a screw into muscle of heart)
Complete thread -- Check echocardiogram (see message). What do you
Complete thread -- Nope, not kidding. Shadows are on ultrasound, not CT.
Complete thread -- but I don't think arc. I have never heard this term, though, on this kind of
Complete thread -- right ventricular trabecular work? hmmmm.... trabeculae arc?
Complete thread -- I think you're right.
Complete thread -- I think that is the letter O
Complete thread -- E. coli 0157:H7
Complete thread -- Yes, I found "black braided silk suture" in Stedman's Medical & Surgical
Complete thread -- Never mind, "loss" instead of "lot"
Complete thread -- No, you're probably right. At least I like yours better.
Complete thread -- do not know s/l, but should "sheet" be "sheath?"
Complete thread -- Oh, could be that too, my doc always says chamber
Complete thread -- Maybe that's it. Thanks. Not expanding anyway. Just making sure I'm hearing it right.
Complete thread -- Hmm, I'm finding right ventricular cavity.
Complete thread -- yes, right ventricular chamber
Complete thread -- dilated and dysfunctional "RVC" and moderate RV dysfunction by last
Complete thread -- pacemaker placement .... need help for this operative report.
Complete thread -- Thanks, kd
Complete thread -- She, but if you can change it to "She and her husband" it sounds much better.
Complete thread -- Pediatric GI
Complete thread -- Her husband and her cannot raise their son together. Is 'her husband and she... corre
Complete thread -- neurological exam, not sure if sentence in brackets makes sense, see message
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no - its generic. If they had said "Asheville Breast Imaging Center' then yes.
Complete thread -- should breast imaging center be capped here?
Complete thread -- Could be. She is very nice.
Complete thread -- maybe cuz she said factorS and then realized it was only 1 factor?
Complete thread -- However, she continues to say "of" after saying "umm I'm sorry," so you must be right.
Complete thread -- I have no idea why she is saying "umm I'm sorry" because she isn't stumbling or anything.
Complete thread -- since contrast injected (cause kidney prob.) may be saying N-acetylcysteine (NAC) sm
Complete thread -- transient ischemic attack, given her risk factor of cigarette use.
Complete thread -- given her risk factors of umm I'm sorry cigarette use
Complete thread -- hmm sm
Complete thread -- dead link? says "not found"
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- acetylcysteine? WAG only
Complete thread -- also..high myope and had myopic degeneration.
Complete thread -- I hear that too and then, and had myopic degeneration.
Complete thread -- for #2 I hear "extraordinarily high myope"
Complete thread -- s/l acetone fest-ine
Complete thread -- will wait to post.
Complete thread -- wav posted. mesenteric angiogram... preloading of fluids, salt, and ____
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- thanks for your help. I'm gonna flag this one.
Complete thread -- hmm should have mentioned do like so levothyroxine (Synthroid)
Complete thread -- I wondered if she was trying to say Zonegran but no specific mention of seizures.
Complete thread -- wonder if dictator is merely giving brand then the generic right after
Complete thread -- but, is that kind of high dosage for Phenergan? usually 25 mg.
Complete thread -- I wondered if it was that but doesn't sound like it. It sounds like a Z. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- ahhh sorry.
Complete thread -- yikes. thanks.
Complete thread -- Phenergan
Complete thread -- vitamin E - (you have vitamine)
Complete thread -- Med s/l Zinnergun 200 mg
Complete thread -- in particular
Complete thread -- was obtained. _____ the patient was aware of the potential risk for pancreatitis whi
Complete thread -- Never mind. I just put "___ (name), a 38-year-old, presented to"
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- drug that s/l lye oh thy ah need
Complete thread -- agree with alice - Acetaminophen (N-Acetyl-p-Aminophenol = APAP ...
Complete thread -- 38-year-old __ (patient's name) presented to __. How would you reword? I don't
Complete thread -- thank you very much alice
Complete thread -- maybe lifted? (btw, the wav and MP3 are backwards)
Complete thread -- GYN team - wasn't this just asked and answered below?
Complete thread -- No, do not in 4-digit numbers
Complete thread -- Clarification please: Do you use commas for 1,000, 1,325, etc.? I've been told smg
Complete thread -- then closed by _____ and team.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- The appendix was _____ with Babcock and then the
Complete thread -- slash is correct, but BOS prefers spelling out drug names (APAP=acetaminophen)
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- no apostrophe when there is an "of" (2 months' relief / 2 months of relief)
Complete thread -- two to three months’ of relief (apostrophe correct?)
Complete thread -- what is correct way to type hydrocodone/APAP 5/325 mg? Sm please
Complete thread -- I hear fecal but not microurine - not sure what I hear, but it doesn't
Complete thread -- of course one would cap Merchant Marine
Complete thread -- sounds like a navicular operation to me.
Complete thread -- navicular
Complete thread -- I wouldn't "go with" that at all! You really needed to flag that.
Complete thread -- WAV, please help
Complete thread -- ummm, the MT appears to have missed that word
Complete thread -- (appendecTomy), and last part should be "diagnosis OF appendicitis" (not THE)
Complete thread -- "with" instead of "of"
Complete thread -- is this in the context of another surgery? could be "to do an incidental appendecomy"
Complete thread -- sounds like he stutters and says "but the hematoma is not bleeding...
Complete thread -- GYN team.
Complete thread -- He is odd. Thanks. Thought I would double-check. These odd guys always seem to be the
Complete thread -- do the *in fin delf* appendectomy
Complete thread -- no opening on the bowel, _____ hematoma, is
Complete thread -- infected dermoid cyst done by the _____ and team. I was called for surgical c
Complete thread -- thats what it sure sounds like, just sounds weird.
Complete thread -- and repeat BMP most likely (basic metabolic panel) not BNP
Complete thread -- urine spot sodium is the other blank.
Complete thread -- wav file. Just checking - is conjure right?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- in assessment he says acute kidney disease/chronic kidney disease. also, the last s.m.
Complete thread -- in assessment he says acute kidney disease/chronic kidney disease. also, the last blanPOSI
Complete thread -- We will check a PTH level, not BPH.
Complete thread -- 1. CKD with a baseline creatinine of 1.4
Complete thread -- a few questions so kept in one file... thanks
Complete thread -- I can actually hear that! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- might ... but...that's not what it says LOL.
Complete thread -- 50% of this was spent counseling the patient ?
Complete thread -- wav file. I just need the small words that are going to make this make sense.
Complete thread -- found it... Amerchol - found in products containing lanolin
Complete thread -- pseudoaneurysm?
Complete thread -- AV graft
Complete thread -- We tested for reactivity to Aquaphor and*Armachol* cream. Patient with psoriasis
Complete thread -- might mean clotted (after) his initial consultation (visit)
Complete thread -- close as can find "attachment points" (not the PEG part tho)
Complete thread -- but ... the "clotted his initial consultation" doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- We discussed s/l igus arthroscopy of patellofemoral chondroplasty.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- might be fibrin
Complete thread -- maybe limb?
Complete thread -- Yep, put in that comma. I thought it was undulations... Thanks!
Complete thread -- undulations. I'd put a comma after loops.
Complete thread -- Okay, I filled in some of my own blanks - 1 left!
Complete thread -- Pulmonary Function Studies - .wav sent (only some can hear my .wav files)
Complete thread -- right lower extremity incompetent lesser saphenous vein
Complete thread -- s/l peg attachment points? (Pars plana vitrectomy, membrane peel, endolaser)
Complete thread -- You're second sentence...you're kidding, right?
Complete thread -- You would use "plus/minus diabetes" if you go by AAMT BOS-2.
Complete thread -- you
Complete thread -- +/-
Complete thread -- Hypertensive nephrosclerosis "plus minus diabetes" How to do plus minus?
Complete thread -- I was hearing PB at first, but kept listening and could hear the A.
Complete thread -- well, that is the only thing that makes sense, but I still hear PP. maybe I should not be
Complete thread -- He's saying what BB said.
Complete thread -- posted a wav...
Complete thread -- well, listen for AB positive...
Complete thread -- he says the patient's blood type is PP positive. ???
Complete thread -- FDA Approves Vascepa (icosapent ethyl) triglycerides
Complete thread -- interval?
Complete thread -- Thank you! :)
Complete thread -- I'd say affected. It was affected... not effected.
Complete thread -- that is exactly what he's saying.
Complete thread -- can anyone else hear shallow ventral hernia?
Complete thread -- Yeah, I realized that too (secondary to), and he really didn't sound like he was
Complete thread -- I think it is a shallow something. I don't believe you see shadows on CT
Complete thread -- I was thinking that but then it says secondary to COPD, which would not make
Complete thread -- Yep, I'm hearing free intraabdominal air. Would you see that on a chest x-ray too?
Complete thread -- I just realized he gave x-ray elsewhere and just mentioned interstitial fibrosis. I'm
Complete thread -- with a shadow right below it noted.
Complete thread -- X-ray of the chest: Some free s/l "in teb rul" air was seen; may be secondary to
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks. I wasn't sure. MS Word (although we all know how that goes) wants affected.
Complete thread -- effected = caused, but both sound possible.
Complete thread -- Affected or effected? See inside, please:
Complete thread -- Ty. :)
Complete thread -- L&I is fine (Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry).
Complete thread -- L&I Hiram Andrews Center in Pennsylvania. Should there be a space between L & I or
Complete thread -- better suggestion than mine
Complete thread -- This is the one I hunted forever (it was spelled wrong) Van Schie 2 catheter
Complete thread -- thanks for "thinking on it" for me. Maybe others has heard of it (or not)
Complete thread -- s/l Lasegue's test
Complete thread -- hmm some of my post did not get posted. I wanted to use the term sm
Complete thread -- I have never heard of it. When I googled, it seemed like this
Complete thread -- actual dictation & questioning if technique/phrase or actual product
Complete thread -- is this an actual dictation, or are you questioning something
Complete thread -- when he 'drinks'? even though he has a feeding tube...?? guessing
Complete thread -- I've heard over the wire sheath and iliac artery, but not horn.
Complete thread -- anybody had this term "over the horn sheath"used in aortogram sm
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- BP is normally under control. It drops down to 90 systolic when "he jreenk"
Complete thread -- Yes, thx ...
Complete thread -- Well, I guess it's a proper noun, but I'm not sure I agree with it. :)
Complete thread -- Gaenslen's test?
Complete thread -- BoS 2 - pg 398 -
Complete thread -- not to be argumentative, but I would if preceded by "United States"
Complete thread -- ____ test
Complete thread -- Not to be argumentative, but I'm sure you wouldn't cap merchant marine, etc., but I see
Complete thread -- if you google *is marine capitalized* there are several different
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm not sure it's right, but it looks funny not capped, doesn't it?
Complete thread -- I would cap Marine
Complete thread -- s/l *comerford* clamshell series (for knee pain). Just in a list.
Complete thread -- a robust and charming, 57-year-old, Hispanic, former United States marine, and small
Complete thread -- Word catheter, excuse me.
Complete thread -- Word?
Complete thread -- so do I now,thank you
Complete thread -- I hear Ceftin
Complete thread -- am i hearing Septra?
Complete thread -- actually, I think the above poster was just pointing out that
Complete thread -- I think it is you that needs psych consult 'tis our resident psycho troll posting.
Complete thread -- There is approximately a 1 cm x 1 cm ulcerated, erythematous area post ...
Complete thread -- checking my crystal ball - seeing both renal arteries and hypogastrics runoff,
Complete thread -- It sounded like COPA. I did flag. Will find out by tomorrow.
Complete thread -- Oops, meant "think so."
Complete thread -- I don't thinks so :)
Complete thread -- COPA-BLEO?
Complete thread -- I will flag this too. Maybe I can find out from QA.
Complete thread -- sounds like coba, kova. I did find COPA but never saw it scored.
Complete thread -- I think you need to consult a
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- It sounded like from in there to me. I would probably just list them
Complete thread -- What does your blank sound like?
Complete thread -- Confirmatory angiography in the ___ showed a wide patency of the renal ...
Complete thread -- Going to flag this one. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Just got to more info. Could be fluid maybe??
Complete thread -- could use some more context on PT
Complete thread -- Patient reports he needs to travel to Indianapolis ____ Tennessee, Florida
Complete thread -- flu-related changes? (another wag)
Complete thread -- wav file. Different patient, same doc.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! That is what I went with and will go with from now on unless I hear
Complete thread -- seriously? that album was recorded in 1924!
Complete thread -- I would not hesitate to use predisposition, particularly since the sentence
Complete thread -- I went through a lot of old reports. Most of the time I had flagged this.
Complete thread -- Will go with predisposition. It fits better than any other idea I have had.
Complete thread -- in my mind, predisposition fits too.- A tendency to suffer from a particular condition
Complete thread -- I hear "predisposition to" (could be just stuck in my head)
Complete thread -- Slowed it way down and reposted. You are either or right or I think
Complete thread -- No one has the time to even do research half the time. We ain't typin', we ain't makin' n
Complete thread -- I will slow that down a bunch and listen for it. Thanks
Complete thread -- my original thought was "predisposition"
Complete thread -- No previously associated fevers or chills? I was wondering if that could be in there?
Complete thread -- this helper tried and failed.
Complete thread -- or pending appendicitis?
Complete thread -- wav file thanks.
Complete thread -- Probably means periappendicitis, but it sounds like "penny aparacitis."
Complete thread -- The pathology revealed acute appendicitis with _____.
Complete thread -- guess it is metis..
Complete thread -- That is it.....tnx a lot...
Complete thread -- entrenched in her mind
Complete thread -- Matey/Matie*** descent ??
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- I guess that depends on what you mean by action, lol.
Complete thread -- goodness this board is getting less and less action
Complete thread -- maybe "short speak",just skips part of term or did not hear the KCL part?
Complete thread -- and/or (always with the slash)
Complete thread -- probably. We are the same "music age," anyway! :-)
Complete thread -- Margaret...I grew up to this music. Are we the same age??
Complete thread -- of makes sense
Complete thread -- never mind. think she's saying "of"
Complete thread -- IV fluids "of/with/in/and" normal saline solution at 80 mL an hour x1 liter.
Complete thread -- hmm,..seems ok to me,...my read is that the pt's wish serves a the impetus for relatives
Complete thread -- Hear "C.C.Rider," Leadbelly Blues Guitar here: (see link)
Complete thread -- = "C. C. Rider, see what you done done." My apologies.
Complete thread -- Oops, my error. the song =
Complete thread -- the doc is confusing what he wants with (1960's?) song "K C Rider, see what you done done"
Complete thread -- IV s/l "KC" K-rider. Can't hear KCl.
Complete thread -- I think that is a terrible use of impetus if that is indeed what he said?
Complete thread -- Well, in so many words he is saying that, but like Margaret pointed out, it was removed
Complete thread -- Is it possible he said, "because it WAS NOT infected..."
Complete thread -- You're welcome!
Complete thread -- Hey Margaret! Thanks so much. ~ new word for the day = )
Complete thread -- impetus = the needed word, means the initiating mechanism.
Complete thread -- VR chose wrong word. Dr. pronounced: " im puh tis "
Complete thread -- I think nor->or was a good change, although it slipped by me til you pointed it out.
Complete thread -- Okay, I think I get it now too. It was removed but not because it was infected. I
Complete thread -- Permcath as Temporary Vascular Access for Hemodialysis (from Google)
Complete thread -- Oh, now I understand. Cath was removed because it was no longer needed, now that fistula
Complete thread -- Not my take. Seems as though there were no markers of infection present, SM
Complete thread -- I guess he made a mistake in saying "this was NOT removed"???
Complete thread -- Can someone read this paragraph and tell me if it makes sense? The only thing I
Complete thread -- I knew I would find the rule. From the Blue Book of Grammar: (see message)
Complete thread -- and I'm wrong.. it is "he"
Complete thread -- I'ma go with "himself" ... but I may be wrong. I think it sounds better though.
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- I believe it would be "he." If you continue the sentence, it would be "such as he is."
Complete thread -- waiting period for category 2 patients such as (him or himself),
Complete thread -- I tried, many times, to make bulbar urethra fit with what he said, but just could not do
Complete thread -- Thank you to all of you!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- duh is me; I misread, or, more likely, misremembered between reading & posting.
Complete thread -- elevated white count could indicate infection/=fever nm
Complete thread -- Go with Oasis. Picture of Tuffier retractor shows that ONE retractor operates both of 2
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! Tuffier has to be it.
Complete thread -- Well, I found Tuffier, and I'm thinking that might, might, be it.
Complete thread -- Also consider Tuffier-Raney retractor
Complete thread -- I'd just stick with elevated white count, as he changed it to.
Complete thread -- Tuffier?
Complete thread -- 2 Freer retractors (elevators?)
Complete thread -- I'm visualizing "two" as #, one on each side used to expose, and I'm visualizing those SM
Complete thread -- THOSE refer to the WHITE COUNT, not fever!!!!!
Complete thread -- One may correctly say either "abnormal temperature" or "elevated temperature," tho not in
Complete thread -- "fever" IS by definition "abnormal." Doc intended for you to omit "abnormal." SM
Complete thread -- s/l Toofeeyay retractors were then placed and
Complete thread -- International Organization for Standardization (ISO) ? sm
Complete thread -- fever, (doc says abnormal then stop and says elevated)
Complete thread -- listen for increasED intercanthal distance. (Obviously, if congenital, is not increasING)
Complete thread -- yes that makes sense, but I have no clue either what verb tense it should be when it is
Complete thread -- colonoscopy and/or small bowel biopsy
Complete thread -- and/or, but wouldn't it be "is" appropriate?
Complete thread -- consider whether colonoscopy (and/or, and or) <-- which do it put? see msg
Complete thread -- increasing s/l good canthal distance TIA!
Complete thread -- pronounced like a french word ending "ette" goss-ETTE
Complete thread -- Answer: Avil, melatonin, diazepam as needed
Complete thread -- (on second thought, I agree also.)
Complete thread -- prob the "gusset" of seamstresses.
Complete thread -- wag: suspect iso (not capped) means the same power of magnification for each eye.
Complete thread -- s/l ** gossett ** Boston brace pad
Complete thread -- or even dural separators
Complete thread -- or even dural separators
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?q=%22dura+separator%22&hl=en&prmd=imvns&ei=hwEUUI2pILS30QGF3
Complete thread -- Anspach drill... Never heard of a 'drill' separator, but there are dura separators?
Complete thread -- The Anspach Companies specialize in the design and manufacture of surgical devices.
Complete thread -- Laminectomy help with 3 blanks.
Complete thread -- going to the midline, then to the right apex going to the midline?
Complete thread -- can't make out much but I hear apex twice
Complete thread -- The second blank is peritoneum (and it makes little sense, probably misspoke)
Complete thread -- stitch extending left laterally _____. Subcutaneous tissue was electrocauterized
Complete thread -- seems correct to me! good work!
Complete thread -- couple of questions
Complete thread -- I'm going with this. He usually never dictates deviating from "consider repeating"
Complete thread -- It sounds like he is stumbling...consider re...repeating lumbar...
Complete thread -- Probably! I definitely heard the Monoquill versus Monocryl.
Complete thread -- Nope! Lol.
Complete thread -- anyone hear "consider thereafter repeating"
Complete thread -- It's possible - I hear "after" in there but something else is in there too.
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks. Maybe he is abbreviated. I heard mono!
Complete thread -- is he saying "Consider actually repeating.." ?
Complete thread -- Found a Monoderm™ barbed Quill™ suture although that's not what he says.
Complete thread -- Monocryl and then finally 3-0 ______ barbed suture.
Complete thread -- right atrial?
Complete thread -- Consider ____ repeating lumbar epidural injection on the L3-L4 level
Complete thread -- Medtronic pacer s/l rager lead energy increased TIA!
Complete thread -- Good job!
Complete thread -- Got it - Duragesic. Yeah!
Complete thread -- Continue ____ Dilaudid, Norco in prior doses.
Complete thread -- You may be right. I googled her name with Philippines and it's a very common name there.
Complete thread -- I normally do make the effort to keep the gender clear in my head, but, for whatever
Complete thread -- WAG TV? (transvaginal)
Complete thread -- s/l *cool b* ultrasound to rule out ectopic pregnancy.
Complete thread -- veru?
Complete thread -- too late, but might have been bulbar urethra
Complete thread -- just in case anybody is looking, I gave up and sent a blank.
Complete thread -- s/l beeroo....cystoscopy (male)
Complete thread -- angle of Gissane. ...
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down InterQual criteria nm
Complete thread -- oops hit enter before owned post
Complete thread -- Not sure what you hear, here are some barbed suture tho sm
Complete thread -- Also, we could see the anterior aspect of the calcaneus and the sulcus ...
Complete thread -- InterQual
Complete thread -- oh, just slap me. I found it when I spelled it right.
Complete thread -- s/l interqual criteria
Complete thread -- like
Complete thread -- (it's a fascinating term!)
Complete thread -- that's cute - makes sense to me!
Complete thread -- what is abdilicoplasty - it's abdominoplasty
Complete thread -- if you remember the gender of the patient it saves time
Complete thread -- overthinking, imo
Complete thread -- huh? post makes no sense to me
Complete thread -- yep. agree with "due to"
Complete thread -- well done!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- SVT
Complete thread -- just curious,...what antenatal abnormality was detected?
Complete thread -- big typo... was corrected after post though
Complete thread -- Baby was diagnosed prenatally at "98" weeks. She says this clear
Complete thread -- Thanks... not moncryl unless he says it differently.
Complete thread -- consider Monocryl instead.
Complete thread -- (thanks, hgjmdj. I retract my guess of "monofil(ament)" below
Complete thread -- See link, might be helpful
Complete thread -- What is an abdilicoplasty?
Complete thread -- Quill makes a bidirectional barbed suture
Complete thread -- monofil(ament) barbed suture
Complete thread -- then finally 3-0* monoquil* barbed suture
Complete thread -- OK, report of PICC position is ambiguous. Doc must have meant superior portion of the IVC
Complete thread -- In adults and babies, PICC is usually inserted into a vein in the extremities. SM
Complete thread -- Oops, my post above is wrongly positioned; it belongs with chest x-ray description 2 posts
Complete thread -- In adults and babies, PICC is usually inserted into a vein in the extremities. SM
Complete thread -- I'd guess "didn't help well" but you have the tape to judge by.
Complete thread -- Yes, that's actually how most doctors on this account refer to the PAs and NPs, as Ms.
Complete thread -- THANK you. :)
Complete thread -- check caput
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- All I can really do is leave a blank, which I can leave where she said "Dr." Where she
Complete thread -- OR - not putting her credentials, but instead of "dr" saying Ms. Smith's office...
Complete thread -- I might actually flag that so he can see that he's saying it wrong.
Complete thread -- Critic-Aid AF
Complete thread -- Thanks!! It was "new right-sided PICC with tip at the superior CAJ" TY!!
Complete thread -- PA keeps referring to patient's primary care provider, an APN, as "Dr." or primary
Complete thread -- all I could hear was errosive or masses. sheesh. thanks!
Complete thread -- Multiple skin problems: We will use "citrakade AF", Calmoseptine, Vasolex,
Complete thread -- I'm persuaded! Your logic is good!
Complete thread -- not 100%, but think maybe and did help well. Condition improved.
Complete thread -- consider that "in" might be "and," sentence is compound, with "din hope"
Complete thread -- WAG: in the IOL?
Complete thread -- Thanks Darlene - definitely salsalate
Complete thread -- I don't see any reference to this and he forgot to dictate PSH.. will listen again! thx!!
Complete thread -- rashes, or ulcers, or masses.
Complete thread -- She received eye drops in *din hope* well.
Complete thread -- (oh, fer cryin' out loud! Just shoot me right now! Poor Lo! :-)
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- what have the docs newly inserted into the patient?
Complete thread -- lol! so glad you see my "two minds"....fortunately, he just reached his findings and said
Complete thread -- Thanks doc!!! I really, really appreciate it the guidance on this one!
Complete thread -- consider "placement"rather than "papeless." "widdiff"= the name of iatrogenic device now
Complete thread -- Chest xray shows new right-sided s/l papeless superior widdiff at the superior CAJ
Complete thread -- (caution: many people reared in Philippines have Spanish famiy names fr colonization
Complete thread -- or placement?
Complete thread -- passage
Complete thread -- thank you! You are awesome.
Complete thread -- SM for link (ocular changes)
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- The fact that you questioned yourself is good. We should all do that. :)
Complete thread -- Could have been but I had already sent with a blank. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- LOL! I was thinkin "this can't be right" LOL
Complete thread -- No problem. First time for everything.
Complete thread -- adequate control? or _____ control?
Complete thread -- I had never heard that term before
Complete thread -- Oh thank goodness I asked! LOL! oopsies!
Complete thread -- in extremis (near death)
Complete thread -- Does this sound correct? extremist?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Hemoglobin A1c was "ant won told" at 9.5. Same Spanish dictator.
Complete thread -- btw...cardiac catheterization
Complete thread -- Wow!! Chill Darlene
Complete thread -- trying to find a real word for a docism...
Complete thread -- That must be what she means. Thanks.
Complete thread -- She actually just now told me to change CHF (in diagnosis and elsewhere) to volume
Complete thread -- Her last name is usually a Spanish or Portuguese
Complete thread -- wow, sorry. didn't mean anything by it.
Complete thread -- I just noticed that - I'd say CHF goes a lot with it, COPD not so much with the other
Complete thread -- No joke? Gee, I thought I could leave them both in there.
Complete thread -- Doc, I love the 'tagalog' accent. Had that a lot on a Minnesota account I used to do.
Complete thread -- don't type this, but my hunch = COPD and CHF exacerbation. Unsupported by doc's words.
Complete thread -- but, you still need to fix he or she, not leave both in there.
Complete thread -- Are you CERTAIN doc's 1st language = Spanish? In the Philippines, strong Spanish influence
Complete thread -- I'd just type omega, no cap.
Complete thread -- try "also due to" for doc's words "also to." (no logical reason in Spanish as to why doc
Complete thread -- sm (omega sign)
Complete thread -- And I see I have both HE and SHE. That's because she says SHE for HE half the time. LOL.
Complete thread -- Spanish dictator doesn't make a lot of sense. "all of this was also to a combination"
Complete thread -- LOL - i was thing more along the lines of amour and thought someone loved angiograms.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Margaret! That clears it up!
Complete thread -- I had something in that section that did not get deleted nm/lb
Complete thread -- not sure what you hear, prob the first listing sm
Complete thread -- (hee,hee! And I simply thought the poor guy was stuttering the word "angiogram"
Complete thread -- thanks Doc. This has always confused me.
Complete thread -- "all yams are sweet potatoes, but not all sweet potatoes are yams."
Complete thread -- LOL - I know it was, but I was trying to put my fingers on the keyboard
Complete thread -- actually...I don't see much difference (?) now that I'm comparing the 2.
Complete thread -- ahhh "NM" I think you "know" that was a typo, so stop it
Complete thread -- prednisone, methotrexate and *salsalate or salicylate*
Complete thread -- clonazepam 1 mg something - but I dont hear melatonin - and diazepam as needed.
Complete thread -- or epicondylitis
Complete thread -- condylitis makes sense. what is your question?
Complete thread -- angiogramuor?
Complete thread -- Duh, I guess he is saying hand angiogram. Thanks.
Complete thread -- hmm wait (forgot your word) hand (injection) coronary angiogramuor
Complete thread -- not sure what you her, but may be s.l hanj= hand (injection)
Complete thread -- Thanks, shoots. It's been years since I've done cath reports. Forgot a lot of it.
Complete thread -- yes most commonly used vessels in U.S. ( sm
Complete thread -- Catheter was removed and a s/l "hanj" angiogram of the right femoral artery was
Complete thread -- Yes, and sometimes the radial artery and other access sites are used.
Complete thread -- tracheostomy is sometimes used interchangeably with tracheotomy
Complete thread -- Do they go into the femoral artery and femoral vein both in cardiac catheterization
Complete thread -- foot
Complete thread -- unless meaning pt (comes for atrial ablation(procedure) for atrial fibrillation(condition)
Complete thread -- Oh, okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- actually, it's because the left ventricle takes on the shape of the octopus trap
Complete thread -- The most commonly used bougie over guidewire dilators are the Savary or Savary-Gilliard di
Complete thread -- (thanks so much, mtbunz!! :-)
Complete thread -- Savary dilators used to perform dilatation
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- The so called "home run" screw provides excellent fixation of the proximal fragment into
Complete thread -- ab-screw-lutely. s/m
Complete thread -- s/l home run screw ?
Complete thread -- WAV posted - clonazepam, (s/l hablomelatonin) and diazepam as needed
Complete thread -- GI doctor
Complete thread -- Ok, pretty sure it's breast lift. Also, will cap Wise.
Complete thread -- I think he is saying "breast lift fashion." Not sure...
Complete thread -- and it was Dr. Payam Yousefian, MD, Columbia, SC, after double checking
Complete thread -- OMG... Dr. Yousefian! I would have Never guessed that spelling. TY
Complete thread -- named for a Japanese octopus (fishing) trap because heart mimics the trap's movements
Complete thread -- do any of these come close?
Complete thread -- Ucephan is a drug name. There is an SC lawyer that specializes in Ucephan cases(per Google
Complete thread -- I temporarily placed the right breast in a "breastless fashion"
Complete thread -- Now he has said the last name twice and sounds like U-cefian
Complete thread -- trying to find a doctor in South Carolina. All I have so far is that this is the
Complete thread -- Never heard of it - all my Googling failed - thank you so much!!!!
Complete thread -- takotsubo
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- see inside
Complete thread -- ? Other than findings noted above, no significant abnormalities were noted.
Complete thread -- Of the findings noted above, no significant _____ were noted.
Complete thread -- thankyou!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- good one Margaret!
Complete thread -- serially?
Complete thread -- thats what i hear too
Complete thread -- the patient exposure?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- monitoring her (s/l serami or serimi) with ultrasound and alpha-fetoprotein
Complete thread -- guessing ~ dysrhythmias?
Complete thread -- WAV posted - contracted by (?????) exposure - help please
Complete thread -- elevated dig level s/l his meals will be watched for. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks...think he's misprouncing throughout report.
Complete thread -- atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- the fundus felt..
Complete thread -- fundus felt firm
Complete thread -- patient was "in atrial ablation" does that make sense? TIA!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Can't help with blank, but I believe it's Mirena IUD
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- plus steinstrasse not heard very often (German: stone street)
Complete thread -- NST = non-stress test
Complete thread -- I don't think anyone would have got it without the additional information.
Complete thread -- monitor with s/l nsp (or nst or nsd) and ultrasound TIA!
Complete thread -- lol..sorry, I didn't read your first line. Still think it is poor.
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- hemostasis was noted and _________firm.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- YES
Complete thread -- okay... thank you! I just wanted to make sure :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- just looked at p. 167 of BOS 2 and it appears to say
Complete thread -- Holy cow was I off on this one!
Complete thread -- 10 to the 5th is just perfect and dandy. Most of us cannot super- or sub-script anything
Complete thread -- I hear 5/7 week
Complete thread -- Yup - I knew it would be somewhere else in the report.
Complete thread -- Per BOS 10 superscript 5 or 10 to the 5th
Complete thread -- if you are able, put a 10 with a superscript 5. If not, I personally put 100,000.
Complete thread -- P1-0-1-1 at 17 and _______/7th week with
Complete thread -- steinstrasse and the obstruction of the right kidney
Complete thread -- poor?
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- how do you type 10 to the 5th ??
Complete thread -- chest x-ray - s/l pure visualization of hemidiaphragm TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks... Right ureteral stone.
Complete thread -- seems like there would be more clues in the rest of report
Complete thread -- I&D in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- sounds almost like treatment of his right thigh and calf and the obstruction...
Complete thread -- his right _________ obstruction of the right kidney.
Complete thread -- I want to say thanks too to this great board and all the helpers! tx for archives too!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Will check.
Complete thread -- so kind!
Complete thread -- Sounds almost like Venus House (is there a rehab or half-way house in the area?)
Complete thread -- amphetamines
Complete thread -- opiates, benzos, and _____
Complete thread -- who was just kicked out of ______ house and is now wanted by police for larceny
Complete thread -- (how sweet!:-)
Complete thread -- Just want to say thanks to all who help on this board!!!! You guys are the greatest!!
Complete thread -- Mycobacterium chelonae
Complete thread -- Yes thank you, that is it.
Complete thread -- Could it be SLNB for sentinel lymph node biopsy?
Complete thread -- What does abbreviation s/l "SLMB" stand for.
Complete thread -- going to leave a blank. If I get feedback, will let you know. Thanks for the help though.
Complete thread -- g sound is pretty prominent and "lies" or "lees" is pretty prominent
Complete thread -- Cottle periosteal elevator?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- sinus surgery, entire description in body of message
Complete thread -- Cottle nasal elevator?
Complete thread -- Cottle elevator?
Complete thread -- what kind of procedure?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l cog-u-lese elevator
Complete thread -- respiratory rate 14
Complete thread -- Mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- thanx
Complete thread -- I would not as it is not the actual name of the facility.
Complete thread -- please disregard everything after 'no'
Complete thread -- no, I think he means what he said, costovertebral angle
Complete thread -- pterygium?
Complete thread -- s/l tingeum removal from right eye
Complete thread -- Thanks Margaret!
Complete thread -- Means the main portion of (not the trailing off portions) sm
Complete thread -- He had 3 days of IV antibiotics at the infusion center. (Cap infusion center?)
Complete thread -- Mycobacterium shimoidei ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- silastic heel cup see link
Complete thread -- s/l Silastic heel support. Only finding silastic for catheters. Any suggestions?
Complete thread -- s/l "status post PEG ...."
Complete thread -- bilateral foot drop, malnutrition, ____ PEG and trach.
Complete thread -- i just cant make it out, flagged, thanks
Complete thread -- superior level?
Complete thread -- superolateral?
Complete thread -- another one, same op note: s/l soup fear lentil
Complete thread -- really? Wickpedia suggests: The "armored" endotracheal tubes are cuffed, wire-reinforced,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- armoured ET tubes
Complete thread -- trach - s/l armor or armored or armour tube?
Complete thread -- yeah, me either, I flagged and sent it, thanks for your help, tho
Complete thread -- cannot find anything, but maybe (guessing here) it might be wire guard or guided?
Complete thread -- s/l Winegart or Winegard 3 NX 14 T tissue expander
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- erysipelas
Complete thread -- patient with rash
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- clarithromycin-resistant mycobacteria, chelonae
Complete thread -- see inside for exact sentence - thanks, this one has me stumped
Complete thread -- Exact context, sentence, diagnoses, conditions, any info?
Complete thread -- s/l schillonei - some sort of bacteria/virus? TIA
Complete thread -- It's probably a slurred version of that word. Thanks!
Complete thread -- posterior element of T3?
Complete thread -- s/l por-sil elements of T3 TIA!
Complete thread -- Vimpat
Complete thread -- what is "ventricle body" term supposed to mean?
Complete thread -- history of epilepsy, non-epileptic spells, and drug use.
Complete thread -- tracheostomy greatly reduces the "dead space" of ventilation,
Complete thread -- I always expand to tracheostomy if trach appears anywhere in diagnoses but wouldn't add
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- I would not expand it - even though I usually expand everything.
Complete thread -- I would put tracheostomy tube dependence, because where I work
Complete thread -- second guessing
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I would not put in tube as not dictated.
Complete thread -- Thank goodness she could pronounce dyspnea correctly. Never would have known what she was
Complete thread -- trach
Complete thread -- Yea, he's not the 'best' ESL i've ever had..
Complete thread -- that's fine. Thanks for filling in the blank for me. they can just write it in at their
Complete thread -- great push necessity
Complete thread -- sorry, i was in the shower or would have helped sooner.
Complete thread -- yep, got that mgt.
Complete thread -- old RIGHT frontal parietal MCA ...
Complete thread -- old frontal parietal MCA territory infarction
Complete thread -- Sorry for the late response, but that was it. ...
Complete thread -- never mind. I sent a blank.
Complete thread -- btw...parenchymal is a guess on my part because it does not really sound like that is
Complete thread -- another wav, new patient, same dictator....
Complete thread -- sorry....nodules....benign appearance
Complete thread -- the helpers were right: nodule/benign-appearing
Complete thread -- (my inference from OP's reply was that she concurred with "small nodules.")
Complete thread -- we may never know....
Complete thread -- ?? lol
Complete thread -- (thanks!:-)
Complete thread -- I listened 3 more times, still hear small nodule(s)
Complete thread -- I agree. What was "it"?
Complete thread -- thanks for confirming, Lo!
Complete thread -- what was it Lo??
Complete thread -- #1- some swelling?
Complete thread -- "some small ill-EE-zoy in the antrum......" (sorry! Maybe my ears have clocked out 4 the
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks! got it!
Complete thread -- #1: I cannot get it.
Complete thread -- small nodules is what it sounds like to me
Complete thread -- thanks, ltt! I've listened more. Sound qual is poor for me. Still can't hear it.
Complete thread -- #2 - of benign appearance
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- From your message above, I tried to listen to it again and I can hear it now.
Complete thread -- "cardiac cath" sounds clear to me too, poi
Complete thread -- apparently the OP doesn't hear it either, but seemed clear as a bell to me.
Complete thread -- WOW! thanks, poi! I don't hear it, but that IS one result that can be definitive.
Complete thread -- Thanks Margaret. I will just flag this one.
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing "cardiac cath." I will just flag this. Thanks to both helpers.
Complete thread -- for s/l, I hear 2 words: 1st has 3 syllables, 2nd has 1 syllable.
Complete thread -- 1st blank - negative cardiac cath
Complete thread -- (going there.)
Complete thread -- I uploaded another wav file starting with the first sentence.
Complete thread -- thank you for confirming, which helps hone helpers' skills.
Complete thread -- usually an MI "rule-out" work-up consists of more than one test/datum.
Complete thread -- Thanks Margaret for the info. I can hear "large dye load".
Complete thread -- large load of contrast medium (dye) is a frequent cause of acute renal failure. There are
Complete thread -- to my own ear, anyway, your s/l #1 is not on the voice file at all.
Complete thread -- I2nd s/l "secondary to a large bilobe" (makes no sense to me)(a large dye load?)
Complete thread -- the 2nd use of word "harvested" might be a misspeak; believe he intended "meshed" instead.
Complete thread -- I reuploaded the wav file. first blank (s/l cardiac test), 2nd (s/l enlarge something)
Complete thread -- consider posting your 2 s/l's, in case there is a snag with your posting a wav.
Complete thread -- cannot hear wav; maybe it is not yet there?
Complete thread -- wav help. 2 blanks. Please sm.
Complete thread -- That could be it, or maybe "no great push necessary." She's talking so fast. Thanks, bb.
Complete thread -- NPs are the WORST at pronouncing everything. Ha!
Complete thread -- Well, you're welcome. lol
Complete thread -- push to needlessly?
Complete thread -- oops forgot and -- thrombin and epi-soaked laps
Complete thread -- epi-soaked laps
Complete thread -- At this time, I feel no great s/l "push in assay" put her through a sigmoidoscopy
Complete thread -- "normal" might be 0.012 inches. Could he be confusing these?
Complete thread -- not 8s
Complete thread -- I kinda hear 1-2 but not enough to catch it. you need to use 8's btw
Complete thread -- he says "next line" but then I cannot catch the rest, s/l one two microns
Complete thread -- where a patch of skin graft was harvested _____ microns and then subsequently harves
Complete thread -- NP says: No proximinal nocturia dyspnea (paroxsymal nocturnal dyspnea).
Complete thread -- Never mind, he might mean "with" but is saying "in" so guess that's what I will put.
Complete thread -- was achieved using thrombin _____ we proceeded to place two sheets
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of putting Lasix in orange juice?
Complete thread -- mine says rash, sores, itching too. must be a common thing.
Complete thread -- thanks for the help
Complete thread -- OxyNEO (check it though)
Complete thread -- Word help - drug s/l "oxy-neal"
Complete thread -- I think it might be rashes, sores, or itching.
Complete thread -- bulb(s)
Complete thread -- I'll go with it.
Complete thread -- That was it! Thanks
Complete thread -- Skin: She denies any rash, s/l wars," or itching. I guess it could be warts, but I
Complete thread -- Carotid ultrasound. s/l carotid *balsa*. sm
Complete thread -- I will check that out - thank you!!
Complete thread -- Cleocin T Pledgets
Complete thread -- s/l Klarisent plegets
Complete thread -- Pataday™ (olopatadine hydrochloride ophthalmic solution) 0.2% i
Complete thread -- Another bad one with meds (PA-C). He says "Pat too dov" 0.2% each eye
Complete thread -- configuration?
Complete thread -- Sounds like my doc up in Muskogee...omeprazole is ohmzol
Complete thread -- Technically, it would be impossible to remove this hidradenitis withou ...
Complete thread -- Yes, I figured it was metoprolol as well, but couldn't be sure so left the blank. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l looks like neisseria maybe
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- well, that did not work well. Meant metroprolol (Lopressor)
Complete thread -- s/l metroperinol may be Metroperinol .
Complete thread -- never mind. Sent with
Complete thread -- Med s/l metroperinol. NP and whenever she spells, usually nothing like
Complete thread -- Labs
Complete thread -- Phenytek? I'm guessing due to the dosing, it has to be something for the epilepsy.
Complete thread -- s/l fedapek 200 mg in the morning and 300 mg at bedtime.
Complete thread -- Yikes, VR put torturous (tortuous) and it passed my spell check.
Complete thread -- closed setting, more individualized, and the other is the more open, for easier and
Complete thread -- I'd bet they are degrees of level of care. One is probably more of a
Complete thread -- No, its generic. Hospital name in front, then yes.
Complete thread -- He had been admitted to the Emergency Room and he was found to be severely dehydrated
Complete thread -- I would imagine it is something specific to that facility.
Complete thread -- I have account that uses terms "ICU front hall" and "ICU back hall."
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me. (compare: he takes off his shoes / he takes his shoes off)
Complete thread -- She's an NP so was probably reading "bilobed" without the L and said bio bed. Lol.
Complete thread -- Well, she says bilobed infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm later, so maybe this is what
Complete thread -- Thanks. I usually change on my main account but maybe I should be safe and leave as
Complete thread -- does it make sense to say tapers the drug off or rather "he tapers off the drug."
Complete thread -- s/l bio bed infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm
Complete thread -- Nope but I said the same a week ago and got reamed.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I leave is, and actually change Systems to Symptoms if that is what is dictated.
Complete thread -- focal opacities
Complete thread -- I usually change that and its never been changed back.
Complete thread -- wav file. I had a word in there but was not positive.
Complete thread -- no hyphens - only hyphenate as adjective,
Complete thread -- Does anyone leave heading as "Review of Symptoms" if dictated that way? This is a
Complete thread -- He is a current smoker, smoking a pack-and-a-half a day.
Complete thread -- Nvm, got it...micrognathism ...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- He has a thin upper lip, normal nose. No high arched palate. No hype ...
Complete thread -- thanks - I was still checking for Kuhns
Complete thread -- You'd hope that just about anyone would realize that, but alas and alack. :D
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ROFL
Complete thread -- National Guideline Clearinghouse
Complete thread -- I googled Coons guidewire and got tons?
Complete thread -- stedman's shows a Coons super stiff long tip guidewire ?
Complete thread -- what state is it located in?
Complete thread -- s/l Koons or Coons or Kuhns, can't document (same for all 3 blanks)
Complete thread -- Could it be a lab company or something? Possible it's one word, per google, just guessing
Complete thread -- LOL, so true.
Complete thread -- I made up the last name, not copied, don't freak out......
Complete thread -- My favorite: John Spanklipoiulxkoies, J-O-H-N, never spelling the last name
Complete thread -- I found Ellick evacuator bulb on Google. I take everything docs spell with a grain of salt
Complete thread -- the refer to the region of surgery as a bed. commonly said.
Complete thread -- Was going to put Ellik here, but says "spelled ehlig or something like that"
Complete thread -- see more plse (hit enter too soon)
Complete thread -- dr. dictating chemo plan. "We will also have pt consented for s/l Clearing House." ?
Complete thread -- NM, got it. Rouleaux formation. Had it on the tip of my brain!
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- Review of patient's blood reveals no cause of apparent thrombocytopeni ...
Complete thread -- There was a tricuspid valve! Thanks!
Complete thread -- There was a tricuspid aortic valve?
Complete thread -- 2nd blank: google these terms: tee left atrial appendage smoke
Complete thread -- There was no smoke is correct.
Complete thread -- how do I put in commas
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- esl. "There was a tracka feed wall/well" "There was no smoke"
Complete thread -- funny how we overthink ourselves!!
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- no, if she was seeing nurse Betty or housekeeper Sue....
Complete thread -- Just trying various "torial" words - does minatorial make sense here?
Complete thread -- In my early days, I had no problem with effect/affect until some one sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. Don't think that's it though. :-(
Complete thread -- wag - focus of uptake?
Complete thread -- I had not been, but then I started looking up grammar rules, and now
Complete thread -- No. They aren't really being used as titles in this context, I don't think.
Complete thread -- ??? territorial wag
Complete thread -- ??? solid wag
Complete thread -- Doctor loves to make this sort of statement:
Complete thread -- s/l tentorial but don't think that fits. See note. TIA!
Complete thread -- There is focal s/l sullate cortical thickening in the mid shaft of the femur.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- fibers would make sense
Complete thread -- DesMarres?
Complete thread -- surgery for zygomatic fracture - s/l damaj retractor?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- one 800 mg
Complete thread -- dictates folic acid one eight hundred three a day- would that be one 800 or 1800? TIA
Complete thread -- There is some anisotropia, but it appears as if the subscapularis is intact. No
Complete thread -- and you do need a comma x mL of 0.5% Marcaine, 10 mg of
Complete thread -- I believe she means 0.5 cc of 0.5% Marcaine. :)
Complete thread -- Marcaine™ (Bupivacaine Hydrochloride Injection, USP) (0.5%) IT is 0.5% and she
Complete thread -- seems like she means half - 0.5% not half of
Complete thread -- I am questioning more so the "cc" part?? 0.5 cc?
Complete thread -- 0.5 cc of 0.5% Marcaine??
Complete thread -- I understand that, but I'm not sure exactly what her intent is with this dictation.
Complete thread -- usually you see it as 0.5 cc Marcaine
Complete thread -- Injected half of point 5 percent cc of Marcaine 10 mg of Depo-Medrol. My question is
Complete thread -- remarkable?
Complete thread -- i had to flag it and move on, thanks
Complete thread -- WAG - unremarkable value??
Complete thread -- agree with either of these suggestions, see msg
Complete thread -- I sure would love to see just one account somewhere anywhere that really does that
Complete thread -- ?ischioanal
Complete thread -- Good solution (parentheses).
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Echo: s/l merkle value?
Complete thread -- ?ischiorectal
Complete thread -- ischial tuberosity?
Complete thread -- awkward usage of that word, but if you clearly hear it, you can either use it or flag
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the suggestions. Flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- Anal examination is significant for a punctate opening over the right s/l ishuranta
Complete thread -- instructed her?
Complete thread -- s/l asserted
Complete thread -- Try a
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&site=&source=hp&q=placenta+phlebitis+arterioritis&oq=p
Complete thread -- the fist blank I found is: funisitis (inflammation of connective tissue of the umbilicus)
Complete thread -- s/l geenasitis, phlebitis and arterioritis
Complete thread -- as much as you live googling gunk, you could have found one of the hundreds w/o caps
Complete thread -- could have easily said round and accommodating.
Complete thread -- I bet that is it, with doc omitting the "Bolus," just saying "wizard."
Complete thread -- There is a Dr. Richard Kuechle (maxillofacial surgery) in this area
Complete thread -- thanks so much! mush brain this morning with no sleep
Complete thread -- WAG pivot?
Complete thread -- Examination of the left knee today reveals no effusion. Good range of motion. Solid
Complete thread -- doughy paste?
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- doughy phase?
Complete thread -- No clue on the methadone (not capped) but see link for references to Valium CIV
Complete thread -- On the back table we then mixed two packages of tobramycin mixed cemen ...
Complete thread -- I'm hearing 3 Cohen (after looking up NSLIJ)
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestion but that's not what he's saying. Possibly maxillofacial surgery
Complete thread -- ? Dr. James Kohut, neurosurgery (any specialty?)
Complete thread -- Looking for a doctor s/l car-har in Santa Cruz, CA area. TIA!
Complete thread -- I'm certainly glad this post sparked good discussion but the account is verbatim
Complete thread -- He carries on, also a prescription for Methadone C tablets 10 mg
Complete thread -- Furthermore, there is a prescription for Valium CID tablets 10 mg
Complete thread -- Check if u are hearing Kolbel retractor
Complete thread -- Kovell or Cobell retractor
Complete thread -- The patient was subsequently admitted to ____ where he was placed on D ...
Complete thread -- definitely a 'd' sound there ...
Complete thread -- slurring "finger to nose" maybe?
Complete thread -- Patient with dizziness, Romberg was positive. Unable to perform heel- ...
Complete thread -- signed it off.
Complete thread -- Bolus Wizard is made by Medtronic
Complete thread -- He has subcapsular cataract with poor view of posterior s/l poor unpoor red reflex.tx
Complete thread -- Could it be "wizard" There is a "Bolus Wizard" used in pediatrics
Complete thread -- Is doc ESL? Don't believe s/l = pump name, but rather one of its ports, thru which a bolus
Complete thread -- shoot, can't find a pump called WISO. I found 5 currently available ones click link
Complete thread -- Ah, thanks, didn't know about those, thought it was describing the drywall or something
Complete thread -- I went with to* tx to both of you!
Complete thread -- so what? what does that mean?
Complete thread -- I hope you're right; however, I can't document 'hypophysis'
Complete thread -- agree with Darlene, and most docs FLY thru that part.
Complete thread -- An insulin to carb ratio of 1:22 has been used for all meals and large ...
Complete thread -- nope, not correct; not sure what you hear, but see message
Complete thread -- I agree; go with as dictated, no difference
Complete thread -- is it ok? Pupils are round *and* accomodation. tx, is and* correct?
Complete thread -- So what? Nobody would, but that doesn't mean they don't exist.
Complete thread -- thanks, I get it now!
Complete thread -- IF they are strictly verbatim, I do NOT want them dictating MY medical record.
Complete thread -- I have several 'verbatim' accounts; however, we do fix verbs, keep present/past tense in
Complete thread -- agree - no sustained arrhythmias
Complete thread -- believe meaning = she would screw (raise, lower) the lift for drywalling.
Complete thread -- look up "drywall lift"
Complete thread -- eh, hmm, uh, all are words.
Complete thread -- Strictly verbatim means word-for-word. I don't think coughs and ehs and ems would qualify
Complete thread -- Giving patient's employment history "She would screw the s/l "lift on" drywalls"
Complete thread -- LOLOLOL... YOU mean there are places where you really ,really put every eh, em, huh,
Complete thread -- There are many accounts that take the word verbatim to mean exactly that and do not make
Complete thread -- I don't think you live in the real world. It would be nice to believe there's no such
Complete thread -- hmmm..."no sustained rhythms" would be very pathological; ?"no sustained arrhythmias"?
Complete thread -- Verbatim means exactly as dictated. If you get to decide what makes sense and what
Complete thread -- for the record, there is no such thing as "strictly" verbatim in the first place. so
Complete thread -- It used to be they thought we used our common sense all the time. Guess nowadays
Complete thread -- I type in 6 verbatim accounts and every account spec I have says to use common sense.
Complete thread -- I don't know of any account period that would want you to use both Dr. AND DO or MD or any
Complete thread -- I have multiple accounts that are verbatim and not one of them
Complete thread -- NO , no difference at all.
Complete thread -- this is another case where accounts differ. Even though I type verbatim accounts, we have
Complete thread -- oops, sustained
Complete thread -- No sustain rhythms or pathologic bradycardia.
Complete thread -- How is it used?
Complete thread -- pathologic or pathological?
Complete thread -- I think should be hypophysis and that as is his norm he is just
Complete thread -- In diagnosis list Macroadenoma of the *hypo face*.
Complete thread -- how about arterial branches?
Complete thread -- Good points. Thank you.
Complete thread -- If it's strictly verbatim, I guess you have no choice. If they don't care about quality,
Complete thread -- Maybe I separate DO in commas?
Complete thread -- PT planning to see Dr. [Last name] DO, specialist in spinal surgery...
Complete thread -- en passage
Complete thread -- thank you so much.. I will definitely make a macro
Complete thread -- Means so fat the pt falls asleep intermittently.
Complete thread -- pickwickian, or Pickwick syndrome.
Complete thread -- I am murdering this word and cannot find.. Penwicken syndrome??
Complete thread -- I was just gonna say that - had that word yesterday.
Complete thread -- Ochsner (clamps) Ochsners
Complete thread -- knee replacement: 2 s/l Oxners ? were used to hold the patella then the patella
Complete thread -- go with shoots. I got nowhere trying "envisage"
Complete thread -- found this - see link
Complete thread -- radiation proctitis and argon plasma coagulation
Complete thread -- Please post the sentence.
Complete thread -- help with neuroradiology term
Complete thread -- That's what he said, freezes. I think he was shortening freeze cycles.
Complete thread -- MS - multiple sclerosis antibody? nada clue
Complete thread -- that makes sense, he is overcalling it, got it thank you!
Complete thread -- or "overkill" ?
Complete thread -- It would help us to help you if you gave more info. Please see "rules" up in right-hand
Complete thread -- sounds like "en passage"
Complete thread -- ..had infliximab level that was done and showed a level of 4.4 mcg/mL, ...
Complete thread -- might be saying the patient only has a hiatal hernia and that
Complete thread -- dilated oesophagus is an (s/l overcall) of the hiatus hernia.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Found it. Schistosomiasis
Complete thread -- PMH: diverticulosis coli. Biopsy showed s/l cysto-sho myosis parasite.
Complete thread -- I hear haloperidol in there
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- s/l right ---?? and I do hear the argon plasma.
Complete thread -- sorry - posted in wrong place - this was for wav below
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I personally transcribe it as anterosuperolateral
Complete thread -- I don't know what this answer means??
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- is it anterosuperolateral portal or anterior superolateral portal?
Complete thread -- I am not sure if I hear allopurinol or maybe something else patient does not have gou
Complete thread -- that would make more sense if he just said 'to'. :D
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I flagged. At least we got most of it!
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- He says "uh" a LOT. So now I think he's saying "4+ (uh) to fair minus"
Complete thread -- ? histologic and Fuhrman nuclear grade 3/4
Complete thread -- neither would out of 5 (minus) because there is no 5- grade. I'd flag.
Complete thread -- oh thanks so much!
Complete thread -- But is "out of fair minus" right? It doesn't make sense to me. Thx.
Complete thread -- Histoligic s/l *form* and nuclear grade 3/5.
Complete thread -- I hear this with something Y abnormality. Thanks
Complete thread -- fair minus is right.
Complete thread -- something "Y" abnormality?
Complete thread -- is it 4+ out of 5- (four plus out of five minus)
Complete thread -- ? _____ due to congenital abnormality
Complete thread -- Fast talker (shoulder arthroplasty rehab)...Strength is 4+ "out of" fair minus. (SM)
Complete thread -- I hear. "mental deficiency due to ? abnormality"
Complete thread -- Probably has nothing to do with it but he has antral gastritis
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Daliresp (for copd) and Zetia is capitalized.
Complete thread -- drug that s/l dal you ess
Complete thread -- Might be Yasmin, depending on the age.
Complete thread -- s/l yasmine. do you think this is Yasmin or jasmine or something else.
Complete thread -- she gets a warning in that she starts seeing sparkles
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- gets a warning in that?
Complete thread -- she had (or has) some warning in that she starts (or started) seeing sparkles.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think you're correct.
Complete thread -- As you know, the patient has had seizures now for about 7 years. Her ...
Complete thread -- That's the only way I'd know to spell it, if the op hears it. :)
Complete thread -- papillation?
Complete thread -- I think referring to papillae of tongue but not sure if there is another form of the word.
Complete thread -- Ty much.
Complete thread -- no effect.
Complete thread -- s/l pearl-ee-ation middle of tongue. TIA!
Complete thread -- relates that Tylenol with Codeine seems to have no effect for pain relief. Effect co
Complete thread -- The context says feet, so wouldn't it be "dorsa" of her feet and not
Complete thread -- investigate "bowtie filter"
Complete thread -- bolus does not make sense here
Complete thread -- reconsider that - makes no sense
Complete thread -- Thank a lot for all your help!
Complete thread -- perhaps dictator uses capped "his word" for plugged/blocked punctum(tear ducts)?
Complete thread -- found on google
Complete thread -- lacrimal punctum?
Complete thread -- No, not that. Thanks again though.
Complete thread -- will try that..
Complete thread -- oops, hit ENTER before owned post
Complete thread -- maybe (a guess) (s/l home-ah-nal-pue)is homeopathic treatment for hot flashes
Complete thread -- scabbed?
Complete thread -- s/l capped punctum
Complete thread -- your s/l phrases may be "phases" (the different temperatures used)
Complete thread -- types of arteriographies (also called angiograms)
Complete thread -- gotta be freezes. He says phrases, so it threw me. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- We froze the prostate for approximately 10 minutes in all s/l phrases
Complete thread -- Ty. I just wondered if I was being "too picky" this morning. :)
Complete thread -- Not an ESL but thanks
Complete thread -- Probably ESL and mispronouncing perhaps?
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- He really has not gotten "no" better. Would you change to "any"? :)
Complete thread -- This is real clear and she sounds it out as core-eee-ooo
Complete thread -- coronary arteriography?
Complete thread -- I have to flag. New doc, odd accent and has been throwing a lot of us off.
Complete thread -- s/l core-ee-o-arterio-graphy Listed under surgical history. No context other than
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Could be just plain hormone replacement, but if unsure on medication you should flag it
Complete thread -- dorsum (only one top of foot)
Complete thread -- dorsum or dorsums? SM please
Complete thread -- it's just a list of meds. Prilosec, Lasix p.r.n. and the s/l as needed for hot flashes
Complete thread -- what is the exact sentence
Complete thread -- would think the first word is hormonal
Complete thread -- this is just in a list and not much else to share. Something for hot flashes (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ??? soft-spoken man
Complete thread -- is a well-developed, well-nourished _________ looking man
Complete thread -- Okay guys. This is definitely a student with no experience, who expects
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- please do not post test questions.
Complete thread -- Are you taking a test? It sure does look like. You posted the WHOLE
Complete thread -- audio
Complete thread -- Figured out the sound file
Complete thread -- Can I send you sound file?
Complete thread -- Did you check to see if the sound file posted? I don't hear yours.
Complete thread -- help with History and Physical
Complete thread -- looks good
Complete thread -- Inflamed, edematous, friable J pouch was the only finding.
Complete thread -- Piranha, nevermind!!!
Complete thread -- Area of distal ureter was biopsied using s/l corona biopsy forceps. tx!
Complete thread -- Obviously I knew there was Travatan Z before I even posted this! How can you read the
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- I bet you got it!
Complete thread -- can it be "cicatricial" instead of "six tritial"? ...
Complete thread -- epithelial?just a guess...
Complete thread -- The patient suffered a chainsaw injury to his left forehead and upper ...
Complete thread -- I'm guessing you did ended up confirming (online) it WAS "Z" not "2" right sm
Complete thread -- Kellgren
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- nvm. it must be bolus. thanks.
Complete thread -- retroflexion of the gastric opening....
Complete thread -- duodenum and retroflexion of _____ the stomach were normal.
Complete thread -- more info...
Complete thread -- s/l "kelligan" stage I.
Complete thread -- Exam of the right knee demonstrates findings consistent to a mild degree with s/l
Complete thread -- Help with radiation. s/l abows or a bows.
Complete thread -- Three of the SAME vowels in a row, not just any 3 vowels in a row.
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- commas or no commas in this sentence? sm please
Complete thread -- makes sense
Complete thread -- oh - could it be skinfold lesions? (I corrected to intravascular btw)
Complete thread -- no residual with "skifalesions" all completely resolved.
Complete thread -- BoS 2 - page 208 - vowel strings -
Complete thread -- beg to differ, paraaortic - SM
Complete thread -- well, he's seen for a wound...but the "pan" word is in the PMH (if I'm reading the OP's
Complete thread -- I agree with ^^
Complete thread -- Usually when it is 3 vowels in a row it is hyphenated. and...
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I guess the hyphen is optional. My Stedman's Oncology has paraaortic
Complete thread -- periaortic
Complete thread -- para-aortics is right
Complete thread -- paraaortic?
Complete thread -- it would be para-aortics (or paraaortics?) which are lymph nodes near L-spine
Complete thread -- external beam radiation therapy to the "pair aortics." Would that be "paraortics"?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I hope I'm not assuming too much.
Complete thread -- makes sense.
Complete thread -- Thanks poi! I should have thought of that!!
Complete thread -- Travatan 2 (two) 0.004%. I'm guessing he's looking at Z and reading it as 2?
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Really don't have anything I can add to that. Flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- puffiness?
Complete thread -- his hand shows "preoffness" in the palms of the skin (Esl pronounces weird)
Complete thread -- Without more info hard to say, but most likely that below. I saw
Complete thread -- I thought of this too, but can't figure a way to put it with pan.
Complete thread -- folliculitis ?
Complete thread -- pancolonic diverticulitis? pancolitis?
Complete thread -- s/l pan-co-lic-u-litis TIA!
Complete thread -- It's such a short note, no other dx. Will flag and get feedback! Thx all!
Complete thread -- Most stages are Roman; however CKD stages are 1,2,3,4, and 5.
Complete thread -- butamide is a diuretic
Complete thread -- any other diagnoses?
Complete thread -- flutamide is a nonsteroidal antiandrogen - so probably not what you want
Complete thread -- tons of 'mides' how about flutamide
Complete thread -- Hypercholesterolemia. Continue with "vutemide", finasteride, and simvastatin.
Complete thread -- thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- Sounds okay to me. "over-thinking" sometimes can make things sound worse...go with
Complete thread -- what could doc be saying other than "excess" here, seems a bit odd sm pls
Complete thread -- :-) tis true
Complete thread -- "No one really" LOL!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Long shot: "A free T3"
Complete thread -- I would go with what was dictated...FLAIRs
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- or....perhaps the FLAIRs should be changed to FLAIR sequences?
Complete thread -- do you think in the context of the interpretation I posted that ....sm
Complete thread -- When I type sagittal flare in search enginge it changes it to flair and
Complete thread -- fluid attenuation inversion recovery (FLAIR) images
Complete thread -- question on MRI terminology. Would it EVER be correct to have the word "flare" sm...
Complete thread -- For hoarseness after yelling I am going to order *ACSE* level sm
Complete thread -- Redundant...I'd take out the 2nd one too.
Complete thread -- I would have taken out second "I feel"
Complete thread -- listen to the whole sentence... Sounds funny
Complete thread -- Thank you.. that is it. I can hear it now.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Great! I'll look for it!
Complete thread -- leave as dictated.
Complete thread -- I think I will... I'm at work now, but I'll email from home later.
Complete thread -- add comma - Overall I feel that, in my medical opinion, the degree of certainty
Complete thread -- Overall I feel that in my medical opinion, the degree of certainty
Complete thread -- Thanks Alice (and all who listened). Alice, you need to type this guy, lol. Email me.
Complete thread -- not one. I looked under vesa vesi versa - anything to do with the liver and nada...sorry
Complete thread -- anterior
Complete thread -- sorry, meant no MP3 file
Complete thread -- no WAV file
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone.
Complete thread -- FYI - Dx: Right shoulder joint pain, possible rotator cuff tear.
Complete thread -- Tenderness on palpation of right shoulder joint, especially ____superior aspect
Complete thread -- Postoperative (See also P-O, PO, POp, post-op, postop) - Stedman's Abbreviations
Complete thread -- oops, yep, BB is right
Complete thread -- then it probably was not a reliable source, just becuase you find something on Google s.m.
Complete thread -- seems your mp3 was covered up before anyone tried to help.
Complete thread -- no, could not find anything about that, any other guesses???
Complete thread -- Thanks! I was leaning that way as well.
Complete thread -- adventitial?
Complete thread -- I've seen it both ways, but since its a fusion I'd probably do hyphens.
Complete thread -- Helicobacter (capitalized).
Complete thread -- cage placement and posterior instrumentation – fusion *L3-L4-L5 or L3, L4, L5*
Complete thread -- that was cool!
Complete thread -- the gastroscope within
Complete thread -- BOS doesn't have it both ways.
Complete thread -- perhaps its use in surgery is controversial??
Complete thread -- Versaport?
Complete thread -- duodenum and retroflexion of _____ the stomach were normal
Complete thread -- Just so you know... it was googled and found both ways
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 2012. Final shows no growth (as in final path)
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- Hahahaaha, good one! Lazy, lazy.
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- Punctuation help, please. See inside:
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- stage is Roman
Complete thread -- adventitious??
Complete thread -- stage II or stage 2 breast cancer... I can never remember
Complete thread -- thanks..
Complete thread -- s/l epi-fan-tial or eff-an-titial heart sounds, please see below
Complete thread -- see link for BiPAP trademark.
Complete thread -- BiPAP
Complete thread -- Pronounces it By-Pap, but it is BPAP, right?
Complete thread -- When a patient is bitten... "Is" is a helping verb, just like "has".
Complete thread -- they had it wrong - he is a neurosurgeon. Thx tho! It is Pablo Acebal for archives
Complete thread -- This is a __-year-old Caucasian female whom I have been asked to see as a "POP" in
Complete thread -- Thanks tho, but I've looked through all everything prior to posting.
Complete thread -- duodenum and retroflexion of *gastric and open ended* the stomach were normal
Complete thread -- http://www.advocatehealth.com/ssub/body_full.cfm?id=114&action=list
Complete thread -- ah
Complete thread -- Lab questions
Complete thread -- no vomiting or frank rectal bleeding
Complete thread -- sorry is a wav
Complete thread -- . There is ______ the chest.
Complete thread -- similar episodes or a similar episode
Complete thread -- similar episodes or a similar episode
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Can't find doc for life of me - ortho surgeon Dr. s/l Canada Zuhirt
Complete thread -- Thank you !
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- masseter.
Complete thread -- Thank you both!! I love the help this board gives you!
Complete thread -- bite bit bitten. Guess you're right. Duh.
Complete thread -- massiter?
Complete thread -- but, thats not using the mouse, i'd think...
Complete thread -- s/l master
Complete thread -- 10-key, like entering data using the number pad.
Complete thread -- s/l penkey
Complete thread -- through the 3rd (not "for"")
Complete thread -- Escobar?
Complete thread -- a positive bruit or positive bruits
Complete thread -- Thanks. "Advanced lead" is what's tripping me up. It doesn't make sense to me
Complete thread -- oops. is bit, has been bitten (?)
Complete thread -- hmmm. bit or
Complete thread -- I appreciate it, but seriously, if you want to p/u some work, let me know
Complete thread -- When a patient is bit/bitten by a cat, there are several different organisms that
Complete thread -- orthopedic surgeon in miami fl s/l Dr. essaball - I am so stuck, can anyone find it?
Complete thread -- I never heard this term, but on googling there are breast straps
Complete thread -- No. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- not familiar either, but perhaps "breast wraps"?
Complete thread -- The pt was brought to OR for mastectomy. s/l "breast straps" were applied.
Complete thread -- curved??
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound like Keith
Complete thread -- s/l keel needle
Complete thread -- I think you just need a period but maybe I am reading this wrong.
Complete thread -- Glad to help. I actually prefer some ESLs to slurry Americans.
Complete thread -- spinal cord stimulation trial, advanced _____ lead to T8-9 level
Complete thread -- OMG! Lol, Alice, thank YOU. Would you like a job typing this guy - I could use the help.
Complete thread -- etc.
Complete thread -- no instability, sixth vertebral body fusion, L5-L6 etch.
Complete thread -- I hear it as well and don't "get" wth he means
Complete thread -- strange - it's only playing when I go through IE, not Chrome.????
Complete thread -- I hear "six" but I don't know if that makes any
Complete thread -- wonder why my mp3 is not posting? It says it was uploaded.
Complete thread -- X-rays L-spine: No instability _____ vertebral body fusion L5-L6-S1, po
Complete thread -- MRI of what?
Complete thread -- I 'think' i hear right-sided PermCath site is ...
Complete thread -- I saved this, slowed it down and still could not figure out your blank. Sorry.
Complete thread -- coniosis?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- residual nidus seen
Complete thread -- oops, firefox posted that twice. disregard this one. ty
Complete thread -- hepatitis C genotype, (s/l R28 genotype), etc in order to determine her suitability f
Complete thread -- MRI shows postsurgical changes and s/l go-e-osis around cavity... no residual s/l nid
Complete thread -- MRI shows postsurgical changes and s/l go-e-osis around cavity.. no residual s/l nida
Complete thread -- Thank you & for the link!
Complete thread -- I guess if the murmur was so bad it would affect the regular heart tones?
Complete thread -- I can verify "clumping" of nerve roots, so clustering would make sense (see link)
Complete thread -- Hmmm... not sure
Complete thread -- patient has *classtering* nerve roots on L2-L3 level on MRI lumbar spine
Complete thread -- "no obvious" clear tones with a systolic murmur...would that make sense?
Complete thread -- No 'I'. Just add -LY
Complete thread -- Thank you both. Turns out he's dictating track (after listening x50). I think could go
Complete thread -- yes, it's there
Complete thread -- Heart shows ______ clear tones with a systolic murmur noted and no rub
Complete thread -- Sorry... it is a wav file
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- after more listening, corrects self from intramedullary to intramedullarily
Complete thread -- did your mp3 post? I can't hear it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yea, that. all those L's confused me...
Complete thread -- inframedullarly not with the arily ending. just needs -ly added onto the root
Complete thread -- No caps for chlamydia. That has changed specs.
Complete thread -- oh heck, i thought he spelled. anyway, ...
Complete thread -- I'd think intramedullarily or inferomedullarily (whatta word if there is one)
Complete thread -- dictation
Complete thread -- He had been treated in the past for MRSA for some time with Cubicin and was admitted
Complete thread -- doc corrects self and says inframedullarily, but not sure if that is acceptable?
Complete thread -- He ______ and was admitted after that and ______. The patient is
Complete thread -- Ziagen could be in there
Complete thread -- Klor-Con
Complete thread -- How about irregularities?
Complete thread -- Heart shows ______ clear tones with a systolic murmur
Complete thread -- make sense??? sm
Complete thread -- Gabapentin, baclofen, dicyclomine, Diovan, valsartan, Lasix, ____
Complete thread -- Viread and ? and Insentress? Can check links?
Complete thread -- AIDS meds - please see msg
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- probably
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- nah - I think your first one is correct with a K of 3.2 and "electrolytes"
Complete thread -- I was actually thinking I have never had a doctor describe the *height* of a penis.
Complete thread -- ignore last post; it probably WAS s/l OB= "will be" (slurred)
Complete thread -- OR ... KUB will be repeated?
Complete thread -- I agree: "K will be" s/l "KOB" (perhaps stuttering on 'will be' if you hear it twice)
Complete thread -- maybe and a pure guess, the s/l OB is PO (phosphate) transposed letters maybe??
Complete thread -- joint space arthritis?
Complete thread -- I've heard that before on ventilator patients, and I hope OP comes back.
Complete thread -- Extremities: He has a *joint* case of arthritis, trace peripheral edema.
Complete thread -- I think f g j j g j (above) has the correct answer.
Complete thread -- K will be repleted. (potassium)
Complete thread -- K would be potassium, 3.2 a bit low, not sure what "O" or "B" is sm
Complete thread -- I cannot see it, so I cannot make that judgment.
Complete thread -- also, Versed is capitalized
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. I will have to check into this. :)
Complete thread -- He is not "over-breathing" the ventilator.
Complete thread -- maybe... he is not overweight, on the ventilator
Complete thread -- thanks... yes he is
Complete thread -- 3.2
Complete thread -- do you know what patient's potassium is?
Complete thread -- is the pt on a ventilator? I thought I heard *he is not overweight*, but
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, must be "not" oriented mentally.
Complete thread -- It *might* be "alert and oriented mentally." I'm really not sure.
Complete thread -- I physically download it(connect dictaphone to PC.) I know there is a docking system that
Complete thread -- He is ______ . He is afebrile.
Complete thread -- 11. Electrolytes *K O B* ill be repleted.
Complete thread -- May I ask how the dictation goes from his recorder to your office?
Complete thread -- I'd go with tract - tunnel
Complete thread -- cheap way- two of my accounts use Olympus digital dictaphones
Complete thread -- if dictated as the bacteria Chlamydia trachomatis, then I'd say cap it...but not when its
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- digital transcription equipment
Complete thread -- on arrival to the emergency room, she cuts off room.
Complete thread -- On arrival to the.....
Complete thread -- appropriately and had slurred speech. _____ the patient was unresponsive to verbal
Complete thread -- thanks will relisten for that.
Complete thread -- various doses?
Complete thread -- A trial of the s/l varistosis of Viagra produced no discernible improvement.
Complete thread -- I was thinking fitfully and could not think of anything else! Thanks.
Complete thread -- stiffly
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- don't know for sure. Leaning toward a track (as in needle track) left by the screw remova
Complete thread -- nope.
Complete thread -- Never mind. Answered below.
Complete thread -- ahh, thanks
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: A 16-year-old ______ paras, gravida 0 para 0 with dysmenorrhea.
Complete thread -- nulliparous??
Complete thread -- there is a darco shoe
Complete thread -- Cap chlamydia, always
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: A 16-year-old *normal* paras, gravida 0 para 0 with dysmenorrhea.
Complete thread -- L1 compression fracture -- residual *track vs tract* from prior screws
Complete thread -- She finally gave context (too much) and then said thanks.
Complete thread -- Super. TY.
Complete thread -- I can definitely hear the "duo" not jeju
Complete thread -- i hear duodenal
Complete thread -- here is a picture click link
Complete thread -- someone posted over my wav. I will have to repost
Complete thread -- either is correct, depends on how the doctor says it
Complete thread -- Might even be equal and react to light. Ears...
Complete thread -- equally react to light. Ears, nose, throat normal.
Complete thread -- (I hear) Pupils equal and react. Ears, nose and throat normal
Complete thread -- Left anterior fascicular block detected.
Complete thread -- evidence of any acute ST-T segment changes. Left _____ detected.
Complete thread -- Normocephalic and atraumatic. Pupils equal ____ normal.
Complete thread -- Im hearing a blend of both of these!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear similar episode (no s) ...... and shared no details?
Complete thread -- Dansko? (not orthpedic but an actual shoe company)
Complete thread -- makes sense - THANKS ...
Complete thread -- anti-tissue?
Complete thread -- a year ago, unsure of details?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wav posted (sm). is he saying duodenal or jejunal???
Complete thread -- The patient had a similar episodes he states a year and _____ details.
Complete thread -- .... well-nourished looking man
Complete thread -- well-nourish looking man
Complete thread -- Celiac screening
Complete thread -- a well-developed, well-nourished _________ man who is somewhat
Complete thread -- Ok thanks. Going to do some research on that and print off sm
Complete thread -- is patellar fracture correct, or should it be patella fracture?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- maybe "bright" (as in "bright red" but forgot to say "red")
Complete thread -- okay, doc says again later and spells danco shoe but can't document
Complete thread -- s/l danko shoe...sm
Complete thread -- current venous?
Complete thread -- varicose veins
Complete thread -- The second opinion seems to summarize it pretty well (sm)
Complete thread -- I did, MT50, and it really was not helpful
Complete thread -- maybe light rectal bleeding?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I can try but the name is there.
Complete thread -- vomiting, *right* rectal bleeding.
Complete thread -- s/l UD and RD and out
Complete thread -- Excellent, thanks
Complete thread -- Nevermind - found it "CardioRoot"
Complete thread -- I cannot find the term cardio root conduit even in my reference books,
Complete thread -- Go to your own previous question in the past and maybe the answers there might help
Complete thread -- You're AWESOME, MT50! THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- "cardio root conduit"
Complete thread -- ankle-bridging
Complete thread -- Cannot tell if podiatrist is saying eponychium or perionychium in Plan
Complete thread -- type of external fixator?
Complete thread -- I went with TMIS for Surgery
Complete thread -- Thanks! Probably just a "sloppy" pronunciation of that! :)
Complete thread -- polyposis familial colon cancer syndrome
Complete thread -- Is it possible to have a bit of audio to go longer prior to your blank. It starts a bit
Complete thread -- polyposis from ______ colon cancer syndrome.
Complete thread -- Mr. XX is a well-developed, well-nourished _________ man who is somewhat
Complete thread -- Could the TM part be the word Team (just wild guessing)
Complete thread -- wonder if he/she means pallet jack?
Complete thread -- pile jack?
Complete thread -- (maybe) She will be crying, shaking her head, be staring (period). Sometimes she will...
Complete thread -- it does not sound like either.
Complete thread -- i have reposted. ty
Complete thread -- OR - could be upgoing
Complete thread -- downgoing?
Complete thread -- Is it possible to let this audio go further and not cut it off so soon?
Complete thread -- s/l TMIS or TMIF?
Complete thread -- In terms of the seizures, she will cry, shake her head, ____. Sometim ...
Complete thread -- Don't feel that way because I honestly read your post about a dozen times before I
Complete thread -- Of course it is. i feel so stupid for thinking so hard
Complete thread -- Are you sure it's not "she was getting BY up until about" ???
Complete thread -- i think you are right. tyvm
Complete thread -- does it make sense in neurological exam "toes are withdrawn"
Complete thread -- I think I hear Bentyl, QVAR, Spiriva, and gamma globulin in there.
Complete thread -- s/l biup or biop
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Depakote ER 750 b.i.d., Topamax 100 b.i.d., ___, _____, _ ...
Complete thread -- Well, if he was circumcised, it would be shorter....
Complete thread -- ...or ablation and now replacement
Complete thread -- agree - mid lesion (as in mid-vessell)
Complete thread -- exactly. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- bicolumnar?
Complete thread -- *bicolumnilar* Synthes distal radius locking plate. ...
Complete thread -- post a wav...
Complete thread -- Nope. I'll just leave a blank and connect it to circumcised (____circumcised).
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Tudorza Pressair (aclidinium bromide) COPD
Complete thread -- can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- Short "and circumcised/uncircumcised" penis.
Complete thread -- I've only heard SCDs about 60 zillion times. :) & actually compression sleeves/stockings
Complete thread -- also referred to SCDs sequential compression devices, it looks like
Complete thread -- I'd keep the verb tenses the same, by the way. Either both "is" or both "was".
Complete thread -- surgery. A s/l Mirza blade was used to further dissect.
Complete thread -- I can hear the "pression" now, so must be compression (maybe on is com). Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- something like compression stockings.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure of your required formats (cath report ?)but might consider
Complete thread -- Sometimes a compression sleeve is referred to as a compression garment ...
Complete thread -- pressure sleeves?
Complete thread -- s/l "pressing sleeves" for lower extremity swelling ?
Complete thread -- left MAIL is left MAIN coronary artery disease sm
Complete thread -- mid lesion.
Complete thread -- g% (BOS) or grams percent if allowed to expand labs out. p.s. There is also a mg%
Complete thread -- Midlesion
Complete thread -- lab value
Complete thread -- Thanks all
Complete thread -- Yes I couldn't find it on google either ...
Complete thread -- or google IGF binding protein normal range. I see IGFBP-3 and IGFBP-6?
Complete thread -- I'm seeing IGF-binding protein (but nothing like your 16-10)
Complete thread -- Labs
Complete thread -- Thanks billybob.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank for the info and link.
Complete thread -- (with) treatment.
Complete thread -- most likely means the window they used to take that particular view.
Complete thread -- see message and link
Complete thread -- yep near, meaning not quite but almost.. autofusion
Complete thread -- Disregard the condition/procedure note...still vote for "near."
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- I vote for "near." It is a condition and not a procedure.
Complete thread -- near or Neer autofusion? Sm please
Complete thread -- radiology word help - sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. Sure sounds like hyper.
Complete thread -- It probably was hyper...then she had resection and now on replacement.
Complete thread -- Can a person have hyperthyroidism history but still be on levothyroxine?
Complete thread -- That might be it. Don't know why hearing more like "castage"
Complete thread -- white blood cell casts?
Complete thread -- Review of urinalysis: White blood cell s/l "cowsage" of 137, white blood cell
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot! I had never heard this before. This is about the pickiest dictator we have
Complete thread -- ?see link
Complete thread -- BiPAP "plus" 17/8 cm. Should that be BiPAP +17/8 cm or BiPAP plus 17/8 cm
Complete thread -- No, and grades are numeric (1, 2, 3)
Complete thread -- Do you capitalize Grade III or not, grade III?
Complete thread -- No - it is Norgesic Forte. so, it starts with N ... :)
Complete thread -- It starts with an M - but I can't make it out, and naratriptan isn't capped (generic)
Complete thread -- I'd leave it as dictated.
Complete thread -- Parafon forte maybe?
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- He also intermittently takes Epilim and (????) Forte and Naratriptan and Periactin fo
Complete thread -- s/l Mi-ca-lin seems to be controlling his tremor
Complete thread -- yes, not American
Complete thread -- me too lol. Do you think name"david" will be ID'd in Canada, England, Australia
Complete thread -- She's in Canada, if I'm not mistaken.
Complete thread -- I can see your point, but lately I've seen so many peeps leaving names in reports.
Complete thread -- Just curious, are you offshore or Canadian? Noticed some of your spellings are a s.m.
Complete thread -- positive given the overt PR bleeding. That was a 2 out of 3 test. see msg please
Complete thread -- Such a common name. No identifier there. It struck me funny.
Complete thread -- humor?
Complete thread -- THANKS! GRACILIS! :)
Complete thread -- can you hear gracilis graft and ulnar nerve transposition?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- it was boat-race incision - new one for me - sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- strengthening????
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- functional ____ was discussed with the patient and proper lifting
Complete thread -- Although you have just the first name, we really should not have any names at all on the
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Did he say each letter individually or hes as a whole word?
Complete thread -- might be a restaurant called Cole's too.
Complete thread -- I hear prostatitis - fullstop - paragraph.
Complete thread -- I will flag - thanks anyway
Complete thread -- WAV posted He also had issues with chronic (s/l prostitis or proctitis) and had inter
Complete thread -- There is Kohl's department store....
Complete thread -- hmmm, thanks to you both. ;-)
Complete thread -- the patient works as a cole or maybe at the cole. she lives in ny
Complete thread -- Per AAMT Book of Style, lower case common nouns designating department names (sm)
Complete thread -- THANKS ...
Complete thread -- s/l Lo-Ovral
Complete thread -- GYN
Complete thread -- I would cap as follows for this context
Complete thread -- ? Savella
Complete thread -- ketoconazole shampoo twice a week, s/l systotrex" 2.5 daily.
Complete thread -- yes. ty
Complete thread -- lol, thanks. Yes, it's so hard for them to just say what they mean.
Complete thread -- I can't seem to get straight when to cap these things.
Complete thread -- Maybe the patient thought he ate something poisonous (that he thought infected him?)
Complete thread -- He doesn't sound ESL, but sure mangled that word. Sorry...
Complete thread -- Suspecting he may have "ingested some infection"
Complete thread -- Chest was clear maybe?
Complete thread -- urosepsis?
Complete thread -- There were no signs of chronic liver disease. (S/l HES) was clear.
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: Recent s/l yo-sepsis and endocarditis (sm)
Complete thread -- etodolac, _____, carvedilol (ESL doctor)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Everything is correct as you have it.
Complete thread -- Does anything need to be capped here?
Complete thread -- Okay, I hear that now. I knew it was 1 of the 2.
Complete thread -- psychiatric(ally)?
Complete thread -- actually with a "-ly" but coming out as psychiagically
Complete thread -- she's trying to say "psychiatric" or "psychological"
Complete thread -- History
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- and this is her list of problems..
Complete thread -- WAV Posted...
Complete thread -- Yes - thank you.
Complete thread -- ugh, can't hear that either - thanks for trying - nm
Complete thread -- portal-raised?
Complete thread -- thanks for trying but cannot hear oblique at all - nm
Complete thread -- pure guess may be slurring oblique
Complete thread -- type of incision
Complete thread -- I think that is what he might be saying, never heard it used like that though....
Complete thread -- Sorry, didn't read that you thought it could be posturing...
Complete thread -- posturing?
Complete thread -- fast talker, orthopedics note, shoulder exam s.m.
Complete thread -- r. Judit Saenz-Badillos specializes in pediatric medicine in Boston, Massachusetts. Detail
Complete thread -- Judit Saenz-Badillos, MD
Complete thread -- Lol, I had even forgotten the measurement deal that the other posters mentioned. I
Complete thread -- Google search - cannot find this doctor
Complete thread -- t/u
Complete thread -- I had never heard
Complete thread -- I see no reference at all for drugs.
Complete thread -- This was recommended for units of measure - Page 6 BOS 2, 4 cm in diameter was
Complete thread -- BOS 2 page 220 does say:
Complete thread -- Do you mean one line in the text ending with "alprazolam" and the next line starting with
Complete thread -- olecranon?
Complete thread -- I do not have my BOS with me
Complete thread -- dependent portion?
Complete thread -- Port-A-Cath catheter probably.
Complete thread -- deepened portions maybe?
Complete thread -- She develops intertrigo and occasionally boils in the deep s/l pan portions of
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- My suggestion (sm)
Complete thread -- General surgeon -ESL.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Would think that "harder" is most probably a number like 100?
Complete thread -- Laennec cirrhosis
Complete thread -- ascites and s/l lanic cirrhosis ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The XLTEK spike detection had noted greater than *harder* spike detections
Complete thread -- Right breast cancer. Patient is status post mastectomy.
Complete thread -- hmmm, wonder why I couldn't find that. So sorry.
Complete thread -- substantial-sized. large size.
Complete thread -- Zarontin
Complete thread -- med s/l zerontin.... sounds so familiar but I can't find
Complete thread -- odontoid?
Complete thread -- She then fell and fractured her *odoncilade*. She was incidentally found to have
Complete thread -- cholecystectomy-- we had visualized a s/l substanial-sized cystic duct during surgery
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening. I can't figure it out either. Flag it is.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I was wondering if it had something to do with Mallampati
Complete thread -- Wow...I've listened and listened, hear "sta...s" type but can NOT figure it out.
Complete thread -- sounds good...i found (sm)
Complete thread -- s/l "three-finger oral excursion"
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- You have been reported as abusive. Now grow up
Complete thread -- STOP TROLL!!!!!
Complete thread -- a couple of possibilities...
Complete thread -- what more could you possibly need?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Found Estro Support (extra strength, which would be your ES, maybe?)
Complete thread -- med s/l "estra support ER oral"
Complete thread -- thanks. Will relisten
Complete thread -- WAG - selenium?
Complete thread -- drug help needed please
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Yeah, that's all I can think of too. I'm almost tempted to remove "unfortunately" but I
Complete thread -- Dictator is thinking out loud, frustrated as to why there is no cause sm
Complete thread -- I wonder if he just means that even though Coumadin seems to be keeping things normal,
Complete thread -- Coagulation profile, "unfortunately," is normal. Maybe I'm a bit slow today, but
Complete thread -- scleroderma diagnosed
Complete thread -- bilateral tubal ligation in **, tonsillectomy at age **, _________ diagnosed
Complete thread -- found this, likely IS saying thought waves aka beta waves
Complete thread -- maybe "ursodiol, nitro pills..."
Complete thread -- gastrointestional tract bleeding
Complete thread -- She is currently on ropinirole 1 mg at 2:00 p.m., ____(1:12) lisinopri ...
Complete thread -- sorry, that should be stool studies, not samples
Complete thread -- "stool samples" "gastrointestinal bleeding"
Complete thread -- would be helpful to have exact wording of what comes befiore
Complete thread -- I can't hear sharp wave either. Guess I will leave a blank.
Complete thread -- I would say has been because restless legs is a condition.
Complete thread -- s/l heavy dial nitro pills as needed
Complete thread -- Would they say "thought" wave activity on an EEG? Lol. Sounds like it.
Complete thread -- Couple of questions.
Complete thread -- yep, i hear enalapril.
Complete thread -- Is it restless legs have been doing well or has been doing well?
Complete thread -- reposted.thanks
Complete thread -- I still hear old wav
Complete thread -- Is he just slurring enalapril
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you thank you!
Complete thread -- febrile seizure
Complete thread -- This link is just more than stapler manufacturers, endoscopy stuff too!
Complete thread -- See message for link for stapler manufacturers
Complete thread -- There is a TA45 stapler.
Complete thread -- thanks for the help, really s/l -ay sound, so will have to flag - thanks again
Complete thread -- Maybe Contour Curved 45 stapler?
Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: Significant for myoclonic epilepsy in her sister. There is also
Complete thread -- s/l "Contura Tay 45 stapler" or "Contura-tave 45 stapler" sm plse
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- This one is amantadine, still not sure on first one.
Complete thread -- dantrolene?
Complete thread -- possibly same drug said later s/l *am a dean*. He mentions
Complete thread -- had "lab results" which were still abnormal?
Complete thread -- bromocriptine or *dent a lean* may not necessarily improve
Complete thread -- 5 o'clock not 5'o clock (typo?)
Complete thread -- nasal pillows have to do with CPAP maybe s/l is macerated/maceration
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- likely meaning, skin, muscle, tendons, splintering(comminution) of bone to be
Complete thread -- old WAV still there, not this one.
Complete thread -- couple of questions
Complete thread -- s/l multiattachments
Complete thread -- the patient had mild _____, which was still abnormal,
Complete thread -- Please read rules for posting. Need surrounding context and I swear if one person
Complete thread -- The patient is getting some soreness from nasal pillows. she is having some s/l
Complete thread -- Tenoretic.
Complete thread -- Gabapentin 600 mg at bedtime, Requip 4 mg at bedtime, Prozac, BuSpar, ...
Complete thread -- rigors
Complete thread -- episode of ___ and generalized not feeling well.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- i think semprex-D
Complete thread -- The doctor spells out fentrex B. the nearest i can get is fentrex without b on end
Complete thread -- I suspect the dictator is asking the referring, consulting, or primary physician to please
Complete thread -- MRI scan of the brain "s/l please? correlate normally" does that make sense?
Complete thread -- Epiflur
Complete thread -- It was tube occlusion
Complete thread -- something duct occlusion???
Complete thread -- cholangitis caused by *tear buck clusion*.
Complete thread -- I got it. SuperFresh.
Complete thread -- Lives in Philadelphia and works s/l in a super press
Complete thread -- I had it under chest. Have to leave in ros.
Complete thread -- But...if it is dictated under ROS, you can put it under Chest (Skin would be 2nd choice)
Complete thread -- Looks like that would go under exam to me.
Complete thread -- She has a MediPort in the right subclavian. The site is without erythema or pain.
Complete thread -- You are welcome! :)
Complete thread -- That's it! Marchman Act criteria. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Listen for Marchman Act.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- WAV now posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Sorry.......s/l 'mar-fe-nette' criteria...
Complete thread -- The patient does not meet 'mar-fa-necriteria in that she has not overdosed and is not
Complete thread -- thank you. sounds right ...
Complete thread -- Yep, I can picture that too LOL
Complete thread -- I'm thinking more 'posterior' instead of possible.
Complete thread -- sounds like a cock-up splint
Complete thread -- orthopedics
Complete thread -- yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- holmium?
Complete thread -- sm (urology)
Complete thread -- I left it blank. Maybe was trying to say possible but sure messed up if so.
Complete thread -- benzo use, IV use would suggested patient abused benzos and
Complete thread -- transverse colon diverticulitis with s/l postoola fistula formation
Complete thread -- Thanks, shoots. It probably is simple that she did intravenous drug use.
Complete thread -- Yes, actually the sentence dictated truly is..... benzo use, IV use. So maybe she took the
Complete thread -- could just mean benzo and IV (drug) use
Complete thread -- Couldn't be IV. So is 'ivy' slang for some drug?
Complete thread -- Psych report: Pt does have a history of benzo and "ivy" use. Is ivy perhaps IV?
Complete thread -- I'm picturing Dorf on Golf. LOL
Complete thread -- Yeah, that'd probably not feel very well if he could.
Complete thread -- "he is not able to walk on his ankles" (thank goodness!)
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- sounds good to me. I just did not know if I was missing a term I had not known
Complete thread -- NM after listening about 20 minutes - in OR
Complete thread -- unstable at that time, was managed *nor*. He coded once
Complete thread -- WAG but conge short for conjunctiva?
Complete thread -- That's what I thought of too, but I was thinking that would usually be heard on a brain
Complete thread -- eye doc s/l "skin or conge"
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- nonhemorrhagic?
Complete thread -- Thanks! Makes sense what you are saying. I'm going to flag for him to look at it though.
Complete thread -- renal stent?
Complete thread -- Sustiva (Efavirenz) is spelled okay, it is the others, since HIV might google sm
Complete thread -- I'm gonna go out on a limb and say your 2 are 1 and its something
Complete thread -- oops, forgot to paste the link, here 'tis
Complete thread -- just left out some words, "scalpel then "used" to incise (rectus muscle) in midline
Complete thread -- I'm sure he's reading what the pt spelled as he spelled sustiva wrong too! nm
Complete thread -- ESL doc spells Epizoon and Biz in medications. sm
Complete thread -- I found reference to Plessis & ventricle. Might use it with flag. Likely a 'patch" named
Complete thread -- s/l seed-man stent
Complete thread -- Amplatzer keeps coming up (septal occluder), though it doesn't sound like your s/l
Complete thread -- Abbott link might help SM
Complete thread -- Right ventricular perforation was closed with **plessus**.
Complete thread -- NM. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 4-in-1 block?
Complete thread -- hemostasis?
Complete thread -- Something sounds off to me. Need opinions
Complete thread -- extension. The *bull and block* off the tibial side of the graft was
Complete thread -- electrocautery wand to provide adequate *bony bases*. A small notch plasty was
Complete thread -- Yes!!!
Complete thread -- Palliative???
Complete thread -- COMFORT CARE/s.l PILLY 2 CARE.
Complete thread -- totally agree
Complete thread -- Thyroxine 0.175 mg once daily. Is this okay as is, or should it be cha ...
Complete thread -- Possibility of endobronchial lesion or s/l "non rejuric" mass should be considered.
Complete thread -- I forgot to post this for you
Complete thread -- I believe "to cover (treat with) " give some type of antibiotic just in case there are
Complete thread -- But yes, bounce would fit that context, too. (Just relisten for *stands*??)
Complete thread -- ...when he *stands* (?) to play jazz & tends to *balance* on his legs...??
Complete thread -- No, but I do hear bounce slightly more. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I believe what is meant is "clinical setting" that would be likely to
Complete thread -- I am guessing the word is bounce. does he say what instrument?
Complete thread -- tends to play jazz and tends to s/l "bounce/balance" on his legs to some extent
Complete thread -- not trying to be rude, but I searched & looked ... until I found it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- nm.
Complete thread -- nm.
Complete thread -- though he does not have any s/l "setting" of bronchiectasis, weight loss, or any
Complete thread -- Left upper lobe pneumonia, unlikely from aspiration, "cover other organism." Does
Complete thread -- ok, thanks for
Complete thread -- yes sign of PTEN --sm
Complete thread -- penile freckles, vascular malformation, dermal nevi, and macrocephaly.
Complete thread -- NM flagged and sent
Complete thread -- Patient induced, IUPC and *I S S O* were applied. Fetal heart
Complete thread -- yep that's it
Complete thread -- I think I hear "aortic valve replacement"
Complete thread -- I flagged it. Thanks for trying. In fact, Stedmans has a Humphry ligament, Google shows
Complete thread -- swelling, _____, CABG, abdominal surgery
Complete thread -- since she's talking about at that time the patient was prepubertal.
Complete thread -- age makes sense
Complete thread -- Vaizey score
Complete thread -- were reassured that his low testosterone could be due to his eating di ...
Complete thread -- the only ligaments I can think are the ACL, PCL, and MCL (anterior, posterior and
Complete thread -- cruciate, but it definitely doesn't sound like your s/l.
Complete thread -- TY! Got it, thank you!
Complete thread -- but what is the last part?Is an FIQL of 3 mean flatus incontinece?
Complete thread -- Tearing of anterior horn, anterior s/l*Hun-ree* ligament and anterior portion of the
Complete thread -- Yes, definitely two separate brands.
Complete thread -- Please be careful. Tena would be one brand and Poise another brand, not both
Complete thread -- FIQL score is what I hear
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- There is a brand name TENA pad for absorbency...
Complete thread -- Super Poise (s/l tener) pads at night time and these are damp to wet.
Complete thread -- I see what you mean. Thanks.
Complete thread -- She has a Cleveland score of 0 and a (s/l vasey) score of 3 which reflects (s/l flatu
Complete thread -- I'd use it strictly as dictated. would not use 100/palp which is not what was dictated
Complete thread -- I thought of that but really can't hear "ed" and now sounds more like an "i," firm.
Complete thread -- I would in that syntax: North Jersey, but north Jersey area.
Complete thread -- that is depending on your client specifics, if "strict verbatim" then as you have it is ok
Complete thread -- ahhh, yes, I feel stupid, sorry, thank you!
Complete thread -- I think someone above got it before me, but thanks.
Complete thread -- 100/palp which already indicates systolic/diastolic
Complete thread -- perhaps "more formed around the possibility"
Complete thread -- I guess maybe he's saying "firm." Oh well.
Complete thread -- you are a genius! Thank you sooooo much!
Complete thread -- if the assessment becomes more s/l "form" around the possibility
Complete thread -- Dictated: His blood pressure was 100 systolic and palpable. how would I write see ms
Complete thread -- yes thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks. They say "north Jersey" and "south Jersey" so often on this account, I'm starting
Complete thread -- good call, let me give it a listen again
Complete thread -- I didn't see it was a WAV...sounds like feeds
Complete thread -- BGL (blood glucose ) 1.9 mmol/L
Complete thread -- I didn't see it was a W
Complete thread -- thx - did you note mmol
Complete thread -- ? treated with feed
Complete thread -- me neither
Complete thread -- IVs?
Complete thread -- she says BGL in caps
Complete thread -- mmol/L -- not "and"
Complete thread -- I wouldn't because it is referring to a compass reference.
Complete thread -- WAV posted - hypoglycemia with BGL 1.9 and mol/L was treated with (s/l vees).
Complete thread -- Awesome, thank you!
Complete thread -- Would you capitalize north in North Jersey area? I think regions like that might
Complete thread -- Yep, I hear policy
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- Kind of like a wait-and-see policy. I think it works, if you hear it.
Complete thread -- policy fits; we also hear approach, strategy, etc.
Complete thread -- I think I found it - Inflate FX System
Complete thread -- policy just doesn't seem to fit IMO....
Complete thread -- TomoFix Knee Osteotomy System too - but doesnt s/l your word
Complete thread -- found KyphX® Inflatable Bone Tamps - but its for the spine
Complete thread -- The trocars for the*inflate-X-bone* reduction system were placed from the medial side
Complete thread -- have recommended an observational (s/l policy) <-- makes sense right?
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- That's what I'm hearing as well, just not certain. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- s/l there is no overt data for radiculopathy ?
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- the abnormality on the left lobe of the thyroid...
Complete thread -- Trying this again - There is no _______ for radiculopathy.
Complete thread -- WAV posted - The (s/l abdomen and the) left lobe of the thyroid
Complete thread -- I just hear 3 chirps and it ends.
Complete thread -- sounds like maybe some assistive device, ? kneeling roller (board). google the term
Complete thread -- Boy that was really bad. Yikes. Sorry. Again, though, it was cut and
Complete thread -- Thank you. I cut and pasted part of the sentence, so that was not
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Doan's pills.
Complete thread -- GREAT guess, but nope! KNEELING MOLAR! Lol I'll leave blank.
Complete thread -- The patient develops tinnitus with s/l "delms" pills.
Complete thread -- Can anyone hear this audio?
Complete thread -- knee immobilizer?
Complete thread -- Help please? Thanks!
Complete thread -- Per BOS (commas:Adjectives), use commas to separate two or more adjectives if each
Complete thread -- I would not have any, just severe chronic opiate-dependent pain (just me)
Complete thread -- use of commas
Complete thread -- there's a clavicular coracoid ligament too, so be certain coracoid is what you hear.
Complete thread -- Following line is "The scapula is nontender."
Complete thread -- What's the following sentence?
Complete thread -- I would say coracoid
Complete thread -- Pt with shoulder pain
Complete thread -- ....Can you hear him now? lol
Complete thread -- Posted mp3 again - let me know. Thanks!
Complete thread -- nidus?
Complete thread -- There is no MP3, and I waited for awhile to see if I could hear anything
Complete thread -- s/l Niners
Complete thread -- It's there, just has a pause in the beginning
Complete thread -- hippus
Complete thread -- no MP3 heard
Complete thread -- has a tendency for some ???? in his right eye pupil - sorry, heavy ESL doc
Complete thread -- There is no _______ for radiculopathy.
Complete thread -- Oh YEAH! I hear it now! Thank you!
Complete thread -- exact sentence please
Complete thread -- as there is no guarantee of payment
Complete thread -- "level" is clear as a bell.
Complete thread -- s/l "milhippis or mild hippis" in right eye
Complete thread -- cervical facet joint intra-articular injection _______ until payment.
Complete thread -- You are correct, "there is no sensory abnormality or sensory level.
Complete thread -- and so it couldn't be deficit because doctors are never ever redundant.
Complete thread -- the word deficit is an abnormality
Complete thread -- adding wav
Complete thread -- deficit?
Complete thread -- There is no sensory abnormality or *sensory level*.
Complete thread -- nm. Olmetec
Complete thread -- drug s/l ulmatek
Complete thread -- oops thanks
Complete thread -- sorry - you have 'does'
Complete thread -- seems to fit
Complete thread -- dose (you have dose) factor VIII (not 8) 2nd blank has CMP in there.
Complete thread -- Came across Alpha House; researching this a bit more. Thoughts?
Complete thread -- I'm sorry. I had every intent of posting that, but lost my train of thought: near
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks MT50 and ltt
Complete thread -- you don't know the city/state, anything?
Complete thread -- pattern of 1280 and so far the ____ studies showed ____ all are negative.
Complete thread -- oh boy, duh, thanks!
Complete thread -- 85-year-old walking to s/l Appa-house. She volunteers there. That's all the info I
Complete thread -- per minute (and, as MT50 says, it would likely be 18 on respirations)
Complete thread -- PQ may be pronator quadratus (underlying pronator quadratus (PQ) muscle belly)
Complete thread -- Agree with "period" and respirations are more likely 18, not 80
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file? -Permanent doesn't seem to make sense. Maybe "period"?
Complete thread -- pulse is 54, *permanent* respiration 80, *permanent* temperature
Complete thread -- s/l alert, awake, no acute distress
Complete thread -- Well-developed, well-nourished young male in no acute distress?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- GENERAL: Well-developed, well-nourished Hmong male ________________.
Complete thread -- thanks to those that tried.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks! MT50, you always have the answer. :-)
Complete thread -- should be is available if it is "or antigen."
Complete thread -- or antigen are available?
Complete thread -- don't know __ but you are missing words - "the Factor VIII is not back" and last sentence
Complete thread -- look over link term on your von willbrand, might see term/something sm.
Complete thread -- Willebrand factor or ___ are available
Complete thread -- maybe Vasospan? (s/l saying Vasopan)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- and the perineum _____________ was approximated with 0 Vicryl, two sutures.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- old wav is still there
Complete thread -- MMK surgery ( Marshall-Marchetti-Krantz procedure)
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Gabapentin 300 mg at bedtime and 200 in the morning, meto ...
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- asthma in Pierre Robin features
Complete thread -- asthma, and _________ band features.
Complete thread -- agree with nonsustained
Complete thread -- s/l non-sustained
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- bifrontal central ______ sharp
Complete thread -- s/l maybe he is slurring a little bit, saying "which is not sustained" ??
Complete thread -- contoured waveforms which is ______ and is not clear epileptiform in nature.
Complete thread -- attributed to possible seizure activty during the night
Complete thread -- He is clearly saying the *PQ* and subcu tissues. I'm wondering if it's
Complete thread -- blue marks on her body” ______ related to possible seizure activity at night.
Complete thread -- only thing that comes to mind is "fascia"
Complete thread -- ORIF of ulnar fracture. Wound closure at end of procedure.
Complete thread -- what kind of procedure?
Complete thread -- coapting
Complete thread -- At completion of procedure, the *PQ* or *p-cu* and subcu tissues were closed with....
Complete thread -- dropped beat?
Complete thread -- wound closed by s/l copsing the dead space TIA!
Complete thread -- could you post a longer wav to include the whole prevoius sentence?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Heart exam - diminished s/l or crop beat TIA!
Complete thread -- I am not sure if I am missing some words.
Complete thread -- aah got it - Eden Hybinette
Complete thread -- s/l Eton Heburnet
Complete thread -- see of any of this makes sense to you
Complete thread -- never mind. I sent a blank.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- looking for a medication that the patient got in Mexico, s/l grumafon
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was adequate and the bladder was well supported because of her previous
Complete thread -- yep; I have heard it...
Complete thread -- I think you were right with "mitral annular calcification
Complete thread -- hypotension (postural)? Can't really tell if he's saying "period" (punctuation) or if
Complete thread -- sent with
Complete thread -- There was significant mijanic calcification = trying to get "mitral annular" but
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: Fever, hypotension, ______. ID was called and he is now on
Complete thread -- You're awesome!
Complete thread -- A patient name was left twice today....
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you. It does appear to be something of that sort.
Complete thread -- Thank you. It does appear to be something of that sort.
Complete thread -- Voldyne spirometer
Complete thread -- Think I've got it........Voldyne.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- that's almost gotta be spirometry. "ling through the incentive spirometer, use a pillow o
Complete thread -- airborne is separate from droplet though. That is confusing-looking. :D
Complete thread -- some sort of oxygen therapy?
Complete thread -- Wand is correct. Google Wand to detect foreign object in wound after surgery
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks to
Complete thread -- droplet isolation, meaning isolation for airborne droplets from pt's respiratory system.
Complete thread -- there are 3 types of isolation, droplet, airborne, and contact. They are not both.
Complete thread -- Needle, instrument, and lap, sponge count correct x3. *Wand* was nega ...
Complete thread -- droplet isolation or droplet/isolation. See both. Patient has possible aseptic meni
Complete thread -- of course she is not. This helper posts all the time and can make a guess if he/she
Complete thread -- depending on what you hear??? Pulseless electrical activity PEA or PE pulmonary embolism
Complete thread -- SORRY - mea culpa - you are so right. ...
Complete thread -- a PE (pulmonary embolism?)
Complete thread -- you left the patient name in your post.
Complete thread -- bypass surgery
Complete thread -- shoe fits?
Complete thread -- Just want to clarify when I say it is not ortho green I am talking to
Complete thread -- Nope they never do. And it is not ortho green. The person signs
Complete thread -- Never ever guess!!
Complete thread -- thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- s/l Nasalcrom q.h.s. to me
Complete thread -- nasal something? sound is awfully scratchy.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- ?? änd leuko(cyte)-laced fluid??
Complete thread -- I have never had a doctor say they discussed anything with "Joe" or "Suzie" or first
Complete thread -- She's Spanish. I guess she could pronounce coalesced as "colasid" !! I'm just not sure,
Complete thread -- coalesced?
Complete thread -- combination of pleural-based metastasis and s/l leuko lasid fluid.
Complete thread -- It sounds like it might be "a few dose(s)." Think I will just leave a blank.
Complete thread -- you mean "ortho green"
Complete thread -- In the meanwhile, continue nitro paste, IV Lasix, _s/l feetos/fritos and make a
Complete thread -- I will guess the doc misspoke.
Complete thread -- You are right, and I seriously don't know how he/she cannot research/Google and find the
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It is green posting under another name so we won't say he/she
Complete thread -- below is exactly why context is always needed. do not listen to the
Complete thread -- I did a report where they had contrast-assisted wire for biliary cannulation?
Complete thread -- Constipation is a potential side effect of Nasonex.
Complete thread -- ? congestion
Complete thread -- http://gsk.co.nz/panadeine.html
Complete thread -- and there is https://www.google.com/search?q=panadeine+forte&hl=en&prmd=imvns&source=lnms&
Complete thread -- http://gsk.co.nz/panadol.html
Complete thread -- "Nasonex 1 spray each naris daily p.r.n. constipation"??
Complete thread -- really easy to tell who you are. always say psycho troll psycho troll
Complete thread -- you are the one who always says that very same thing
Complete thread -- check this out
Complete thread -- it's just another way of saying: give that a re-listen
Complete thread -- is it Panadeine Osteo or Panadol Osteo?
Complete thread -- cannulation requiring a (s/l pancreatic-assisted) wire for biliary cannulation
Complete thread -- That would make sense also, but I cannot hear 'that'. Will leave as I had it. Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Considering when I trained on the job, they wouldn't throw someone in the deep end
Complete thread -- Lhermitte Wartenberg ?
Complete thread -- orthopedics
Complete thread -- and did not like (that?) it created too much of a wear pattern. (?)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I will leave it as I heard it then. s/l 'didn't like it' to me. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- It would make sense but rather sounds like "and didn't like it." Thanks though.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Sorry, I got called to do a stat and just getting back.
Complete thread -- sounds right to me.
Complete thread -- and it looked like it created too much of a ???
Complete thread -- ahh, been "waiting 3 days" for her to post huh, psycho troll for sure
Complete thread -- go away, go away, you contribute nothing positive, sound juvenile
Complete thread -- here, let me help you
Complete thread -- Note sure if I hear correctly. Please listen to wav. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you :)
Complete thread -- first thing posted in 3 days, and still posting useless/derogatory information
Complete thread -- can't tell if you rebutting or agreeing
Complete thread -- Don't feel stupid. Stupid wouldn't ask for help :)
Complete thread -- I feel so stupid, thank you for your help, I am very grateful.
Complete thread -- context: He was born in the "sylvian region" in Europe.
Complete thread -- ahh the psycho troll is aboard, can always tell
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- an atypical presentation of pulmonary embolus.
Complete thread -- Seriously? Really? OMG. That's freaking amazing!! wow. astonishing.
Complete thread -- Like we need any tips from the worst helper here.
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- stop the put downs, it is not necessary, just how you have fun in life I bet.
Complete thread -- Thank you also.
Complete thread -- if YOU took thoses courses, YOU would KNOW the word posted, right off. No put downs to OPs
Complete thread -- Thanks so, so much!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- nature. I told him that there is a chance that he may not obtain complete relief from
Complete thread -- http://www.wheelessonline.com/ortho/intertrochanteric_fractures
Complete thread -- Totally it, thank you sooo much for helping me think outside the box!
Complete thread -- Medscape
Complete thread -- ahhh, yes raj... Thank you!!
Complete thread -- That's just sad. Cause if you have a good foundation, it is a good place to find things.
Complete thread -- ohh, forgot, Raj would be an Indian name
Complete thread -- I can't hear this docs fast mumbled speech at the blank. Wav posted.
Complete thread -- I think giving the name of a colleague named Raj
Complete thread -- 1) zolpidem 2) promethazine
Complete thread -- agree - central describes the regurgitant jet
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- hard to tell what are you hearing...
Complete thread -- reviewed with radiology? radiologist?
Complete thread -- google both with quotes, central gets 11,700 hits, essential 2.
Complete thread -- I NEVER use Wikipedia as a source.
Complete thread -- nice guess, but it is a strong K-sound at the beginning.
Complete thread -- article
Complete thread -- here - this a relevant reference
Complete thread -- I reviewed the (s/l CT IVC with ra-j) and we are not too sure what the filling defect
Complete thread -- Considering when I trained on the job, they wouldn't throw someone in the deep end
Complete thread -- Mild s/l "central" or "essential" mitral regurgitation
Complete thread -- WAV - severe RIF pain, severe enough to present to (s/l ??????)
Complete thread -- laxity?
Complete thread -- no. google "serial MRI"
Complete thread -- Well, no, not really, but okay.
Complete thread -- The s/l cast-key of the fingers appears normal, suggesting that all tendon repairs
Complete thread -- would love to see your early work
Complete thread -- the 'anatomy' comment was kinda mean. give the newbie a break.
Complete thread -- yep, you're right. Wikipedia had it capped and I didn't look farther down.
Complete thread -- we could say that to anyone here!
Complete thread -- should I put in the word "of"? ...
Complete thread -- sylvian is not capped. Sylvius is, but sylvian isnot
Complete thread -- If you take it out, that sentence doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- blepharospasm
Complete thread -- s/l right defro spasm
Complete thread -- are we talking about the brain, a location in the world, or something else?
Complete thread -- (capital S, and if its in the brain it makes sense)
Complete thread -- I think the comma is in the right place but no hyphen on partial-complex
Complete thread -- at the VA
Complete thread -- no - for partial complex seizure activity. what does your grammar book say?
Complete thread -- trying giving complete sentences with surrounding context.
Complete thread -- Please take a moment to read RULES FOR POSTING. We need appropriate context
Complete thread -- It depends on your account. Some accounts you type as dictated and others you expand it.
Complete thread -- newbie 101.
Complete thread -- creepy, crawly, buggy things
Complete thread -- blah, blah, blah. I have one. Looks like you don't however, since you seem
Complete thread -- serial MRIs (one after another)
Complete thread -- I can't figure this out...
Complete thread -- help please
Complete thread -- Recently, the patient’s primary care physician at __- Hospital. He had some blood
Complete thread -- howdy
Complete thread -- does "bugging sensation" make sense?
Complete thread -- is neuro exam short
Complete thread -- could it be senispar?
Complete thread -- No,
Complete thread -- I'm glad she or he moved on as well and didn't put something just because you "bet" it
Complete thread -- PTH supression drug 90 mg alternate nocte??? Any thoguhts?
Complete thread -- do I put two periods after b.i.d.. if it is at the end of a sentence?
Complete thread -- thanx a ton - you are right!!!
Complete thread -- Ty, everyone.
Complete thread -- The op said it didn't sound like that. It doesn't have to be that. Get a
Complete thread -- Don't tell me I didn't. What I also did was actually check out what you found
Complete thread -- Depakote (divalproex) sm
Complete thread -- totally different animal from just praxia and again, in the context of use, I seriously
Complete thread -- I would send it back for differentiation, they sure have differing definitions
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- divalproex
Complete thread -- help me with this medication please
Complete thread -- I would leave as dictated
Complete thread -- : ) (thanks to you too!)
Complete thread -- Context inside:
Complete thread -- I hear "is likely"
Complete thread -- it would depend on the context
Complete thread -- that's because you didn't try this: brca2 7044
Complete thread -- Genious. That's it. Thanks :)
Complete thread -- If dictator says subtrochanteric fx in one spot but then intertrochanteric in another
Complete thread -- I'll omit "it." Thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- agree, delete "it" - no question mark - just a statement
Complete thread -- I suggest blunted
Complete thread -- not really a question, but strange wording. I wouldn't use a ?
Complete thread -- It is unclear if ... or was a presumptive diagnosis.
Complete thread -- He did have s/l planted wall motion of the septum
Complete thread -- Would you use a question mark after the sentence, or is this a rhetorical
Complete thread -- I think he is saying systolic murmur heard and I did find this:
Complete thread -- Maybe not but they certainly talk about dyspraxia in
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. Flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- never have seen it used there ?
Complete thread -- I would say
Complete thread -- bet it is though
Complete thread -- sounds to me (slightly) like he is just saying "I'm sorry" like he changes his mind and
Complete thread -- aha, okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- mp3 posted (last one!)
Complete thread -- small calcified granuloma
Complete thread -- another MP3 posted
Complete thread -- Thank you lb and alice
Complete thread -- Would praxis make sense?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. Doesn't really sound like that.
Complete thread -- for good guess
Complete thread -- it was a photo finish!
Complete thread -- posterior pericardial effusion (not sure if that's all of it - might be another word)
Complete thread -- posterior pericardial effusion was noted, though not significant.
Complete thread -- prosody?
Complete thread -- On neuro exam, S/l proxism and language were normal. TIA!
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- There is a thalamic stroke but that is off your sound alike.
Complete thread -- Ignore this. I went with it as it was written.
Complete thread -- history of left s/l tuonic stroke
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Ty much.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Osteoarthritis, severe, bilateral knees, medial compartments with
Complete thread -- cusps?
Complete thread -- Definitely need commas, but wanted input on where exactly. :)
Complete thread -- Osteoarthritis severe bilateral knees medial compartments with varus deformities.
Complete thread -- WAV file - this is for the 2nd time he says it.
Complete thread -- same word here.
Complete thread -- aortic *caps* appear mildly calcified.
Complete thread -- they probably need to remove it period and they need to know where it is to plan proper
Complete thread -- Thank you. ugh! nm
Complete thread -- Sorry, MP3 file.
Complete thread -- wav file. He says this sentence often. I want to make sure I have it right.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I cannot find the '7044' no matter how I google it. 'del5' is okay though
Complete thread -- She was therefore brought in electively for the same.
Complete thread -- couldn't have said it better myself. :)
Complete thread -- She will then be brought in..
Complete thread -- Sounds like they want to remove it and they need to know where it has stabilized
Complete thread -- They wanted to proceed. _____ electively for the same
Complete thread -- note: maintained IN sinus rhythm (not "with")
Complete thread -- BRCA2 ***7044del5***? SM
Complete thread -- no. that is not correct.
Complete thread -- I agree with that, thank you!!
Complete thread -- those ranges of motion (just extremes of those ROMs, not others)
Complete thread -- perhaps referring to liver dump, dawn phenomenon and dawn effect sm
Complete thread -- yw, but that was a question not an answer.
Complete thread -- the clue is IF stent has migrated (and it should not), need to retrieve it
Complete thread -- triphasic?
Complete thread -- what does this mean: probably represents a prominent to breast
Complete thread -- but I have read that if they migrate they can perforate the bowel...
Complete thread -- consider "smoldering"
Complete thread -- lol-this doc is extremely wordy
Complete thread -- if clear, I would leave as dictated
Complete thread -- neither? - 'extremes of range of motion'
Complete thread -- sounds to me like they think it migrated and want an x-ray to make sure.
Complete thread -- those or that?
Complete thread -- LFTs are a result of (s/l grumbling) low-grade autoimmune hepatitis.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- photon
Complete thread -- Biliary stent migration is bad, correct? please see message..
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- prominent anterior and inferior s/l*fro-tan* attenuation noted in both sets of images
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sounded pretty clear but flag if still not sure.
Complete thread -- Dobhoff feedings
Complete thread -- duh...orifice
Complete thread -- orifaces
Complete thread -- s/l....ureteral or-pha-sis...nm
Complete thread -- Recommend removal of infected PEG. Recommend removal of PEG ___ feedings,
Complete thread -- yes, they can download the usage (compliance data) from the machine.
Complete thread -- I guess this could be it but wouldn't he be saying this strangely?
Complete thread -- does this make sense?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Caught that in time.
Complete thread -- sequential multiple analysis - definition of sequential multiple ...
Complete thread -- an episode of
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hamartoma is in the diagnosis. Not hematoma.
Complete thread -- 1 episode of hemoptysis
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Hemoptysis is in the impression.
Complete thread -- s/l t??mation birth control pills
Complete thread -- I hear dumps also. (google diabetes dump)
Complete thread -- bronch and biopsy
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- the patient had ______ 49. Her blood pressure was showing periodic decrease
Complete thread -- you got it Margaret. Thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yes, SMA = brand name of electrolyte/chemistry determining automatic machine.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- try "prominent"
Complete thread -- ok, just got here in the report
Complete thread -- HEENT:Oropharynx is crowded at grade 2. Tonsils are __________ s/l permanent?
Complete thread -- will start checking her *S-M-A* (potassium and bicarbonate are of interest) every six
Complete thread -- good for you!
Complete thread -- do you know what part of the body the biopsy was done?
Complete thread -- diagnosis?
Complete thread -- biopsy of what?
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!!
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- Yes I think your right.
Complete thread -- oh God no.
Complete thread -- genu?
Complete thread -- s/l "bog" and biopsy
Complete thread -- joint?
Complete thread -- tunnels (which I do hear when I do notes on pts with ACL reconstruction)
Complete thread -- removal of hardware and bone grafting with s/l tuttles
Complete thread -- There is no *germ* deformity.
Complete thread -- Could it actually be stalk margin?
Complete thread -- sorry typo, should be mucin
Complete thread -- sorry typo, should be mucin
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "cautery" stock margin.
Complete thread -- Upon presentation to the hospital, the patient had *dumps*. Her blood pressure
Complete thread -- There is a subtotal colectomy or a partial colectomy, but never heard of a subpartial
Complete thread -- I performed a subpartial colectomy on him and he has been doing very well with his os
Complete thread -- #2 will decide permanent plan after the ...
Complete thread -- I found a few more places. He is tough for me.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks much to both.
Complete thread -- this is exactly what I hear.
Complete thread -- Ambu bag
Complete thread -- Ambu bag
Complete thread -- s/l * amble bag * Pulmonary
Complete thread -- i heard tissue but can't get the word before it.
Complete thread -- Never mind. Going to flag the report.
Complete thread -- antimesenteric fat
Complete thread -- We'll have to start calling you Darlene-2 if you do that.
Complete thread -- Darn it - WAV file.
Complete thread -- HEENT Turbinates are boggy. Oropharynx is clear. Minimal ---- in ...
Complete thread -- interventional (?) procedure. and will decide further management and plan
Complete thread -- 2nd blank I hear will defer pulmonogram?
Complete thread -- Got one: interventional procedure
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the "its tiny" part makes no sense however. unless there is something prior
Complete thread -- questions
Complete thread -- that would probably be better!
Complete thread -- gout is one example; uric acid crystals in joint fluid
Complete thread -- carcinomatosis was manifest (made evident, obvious) in its......
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- disc pallor (optic disc)
Complete thread -- old MP3 is still there
Complete thread -- aphakic and some discolor (the eyes)?
Complete thread -- s/l aphachic and some dyspalor noted
Complete thread -- don't see any problem. sounds like it is variable, not staying constant,
Complete thread -- Early Treatment for Retinopathy of Prematurity study (ETROP), published ...
Complete thread -- hmm, wonder what the "cause" of anemia was, different kinds of anemia, sm.
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- my thoughts are "formal" meaning a more extensive repair as opposed sm
Complete thread -- s/l unstable anemia
Complete thread -- cannot comment?
Complete thread -- rapid ventricular rate
Complete thread -- decubitus and quadriplegia...
Complete thread -- a few questions... pls hlp
Complete thread -- yes, I have heard of this (it is a lab finding) I used to work in arthritis/rheumatology
Complete thread -- I'm finding crystal arthropathy of intraarticular joints...
Complete thread -- No history of tick bites, rashes or flu-like symptoms, any family history of inflamma
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- calciferol
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- quote general ("general" anesthetic)?
Complete thread -- regional?
Complete thread -- I didn't hear this but "off his" makes more sense than "of his"
Complete thread -- s/l quick channel anesthetic....
Complete thread -- ?Siladryl (antihistamine)
Complete thread -- I hear "period" in there but not sure there is anything before it.
Complete thread -- Ty, but she clearly says formal. I just have never heard that and with only 3 hits I was
Complete thread -- S/L "siferol" to me, but I can't think of anything it could be
Complete thread -- s/l Cefadyl?
Complete thread -- just a guess ~ volar?
Complete thread -- Pt being seen for ulnar collateral lig. repair, but in impression stated "formal
Complete thread -- She is currently on ______, 325 mg of aspirin daily, chlorthalidone
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- got it - clivus !
Complete thread -- Head CT shows significant osteolytic changes of the s/l clozzus
Complete thread -- of his
Complete thread -- Fever, hypotension, _________. ID was called
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- scheduled to be done _______ anti-platelets and anticoagulation medication.
Complete thread -- initiated and thiamine prescribed???
Complete thread -- s/l initiated at the time and prescribed ?
Complete thread -- CIWA protocol for withdrawal problems initiated _____ prescribed.
Complete thread -- Sounds good to me. Thanks for taking the time to answer! ...
Complete thread -- I do it verbatim according to the dictation, if dictator states HbA1c that is what they
Complete thread -- Hemoglobin A1c?
Complete thread -- Early Treatment of Retinopathy of Prematurity, tx for trying
Complete thread -- Cyclomydril maybe?
Complete thread -- Nevermind. Guess I shouldn't try to help if I can't understand the question.
Complete thread -- what is ETROP?
Complete thread -- He was given s/l psychomodule and Vigamox drops. tx.
Complete thread -- as in "tricuspid vulvar insufficiency"?
Complete thread -- Then what? They made a mistake?
Complete thread -- He really does. He tries though, lol. He's quite repetitive and occasionally throws me
Complete thread -- That's the only word I was sure about. He would take some getting used to.
Complete thread -- OMG, THANK YOU! She is satisfied with outcome. I can't believe u were able to pull
Complete thread -- _____ ?despite? _____ outcome?
Complete thread -- procedure was beneficial for pain control ______ without ______.
Complete thread -- Wow!! Thanks! I would never had gotten that. ...
Complete thread -- parafalcine.
Complete thread -- Word help, please
Complete thread -- no, she should not. Dictator likes and uses this word
Complete thread -- Thank you. His "mis" and "with" are very close.
Complete thread -- it is you who is wrong, again, as usual, swearing no such thing etc
Complete thread -- there IS, do your research before making those kind of statements
Complete thread -- "some" do refer to valvar in medical journals, some do not. sm
Complete thread -- small degree spondylolisthesis/misalignment of
Complete thread -- program director?
Complete thread -- rector = director ?
Complete thread -- yes, thx! ...
Complete thread -- less sphericity - got it....thx!
Complete thread -- s/l pg rector?? of the homeshare program. ...
Complete thread -- THANKS for help!
Complete thread -- Just waits until someone mistakes it for vULvar, and then see that it don't matter.
Complete thread -- Okay - Here ya go -
Complete thread -- Although I know centage is not the word, that's what it truly s/l. I cannot even begin to
Complete thread -- if sure it ends in -arthropathy? See msg for words from OneLook
Complete thread -- fear of?
Complete thread -- I'd need more of the sentence
Complete thread -- with polyneuropathy?
Complete thread -- She has limited oral intake at the present time, due to s/l caire of ...
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- The femoral head is of less s/l stir-ri-city? radiographs...any ideas?
Complete thread -- drainage?
Complete thread -- Possible ____ degree spondylolisthesis with ____ L4 over L5
Complete thread -- You have GOT to be kidding me. A lot of wrong words could possibly convey meaning, but
Complete thread -- something about sensation?
Complete thread -- Dog bite of hand: On exam, no cellulitis s/l centage and moves her digit well.
Complete thread -- I can concede that maybe it should bug me, but I am going with doctor ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I originally had 30, then re-listened, slowed down and s/l 60. Grr.
Complete thread -- 30 mg
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- nowadays not much. depends on straight typing or ISR/VR. Companies usually pay
Complete thread -- No, it does not. No it is not. And it should bug you because it is wrong. NO
Complete thread -- Samples of Lyrica at nighttime 50 mg and Cymbalta ____ mg in the morning
Complete thread -- Closed comminuted nondisplaced base of fifth metacarpal fracture. Any commas needed?
Complete thread -- Saying things wrong does not mean the MT types it that way. YOU should fix it.
Complete thread -- Just because he "likes" to pronounce it that way doesn't mean to transcribe it that way.
Complete thread -- I just meant that I was leaving it as hydrops instead of hydropsism which I thought he was
Complete thread -- Salary question
Complete thread -- Salary question
Complete thread -- you cannot do that (!)
Complete thread -- I know!
Complete thread -- Yep, that's what I'm going to do. Thanks!
Complete thread -- TY :) Must be the nearing end of my day.
Complete thread -- probably a small
Complete thread -- I do think it communicates the meaning clearly and is easier to say, so it doesn't bug me.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Palpating the midline is _____ incisional hernia defect...
Complete thread -- can you leave off the "to"?
Complete thread -- gotta love it when they think we are in the hospital and can just add to any dictation...
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you, I'll stick with just hydrops then. I'm not hearing Cesarean
Complete thread -- I'd think he just wants it justified "Modifier 22 on performed procedure..."
Complete thread -- Thanks, but isn't justified just poor English?
Complete thread -- Its a coding thing. We do stuff like this as an addendum with whatever he said.
Complete thread -- Note to Chart for -- To justifIED Modifier 22 on performed procedure on 04/26/12
Complete thread -- Then that makes him a bloomin' onion. cause there ain't no such thang.
Complete thread -- anymore I'd think is 1 word
Complete thread -- this suggestion is very appealing since perinatologists focus on OB implications of fetal
Complete thread -- hydrops need not have a modifier, but a common modifier=hydrops fetalis. SM
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- ? perhaps "hydrops/cesarean"
Complete thread -- Thanks, this doc likes valvar
Complete thread -- it's valvular - not valvar
Complete thread -- pediatric cardiology, fetal ultrasound, s/l "hydrops iz er em"
Complete thread -- I listened for that but couldn't quite make it out at first. I can hear it now. Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's the way I had it as well. :)
Complete thread -- that if, after a period of time, the ... any more, at some point, she may
Complete thread -- I am wanting to put too many commas in the following sentence and would like some in
Complete thread -- The Clark level documents the extension of the melanoma to its deepest microscopic...
Complete thread -- thickened irregular endometrial lining.
Complete thread -- we could not clearly establish the T-stage or the s/l _________cudo le ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- also see as Kavita Goyal
Complete thread -- I found a Kavita Goyal. Hmmm.... just one of THOSE days! I know you all can understand.
Complete thread -- Thanks..that's what I thought but not 100% sure.
Complete thread -- I found a Kavita Goyle but it might be a misspelling
Complete thread -- years'
Complete thread -- Jyotsna Keni-Goyal MD in Chester, PA ??
Complete thread -- Primary care physician Dr. s/l Konita Goyell in Pennsylvania. Ty
Complete thread -- Menorrhagia, dysmenorrhea, pelvic pain, abnormal ultrasound finding, thickened ____
Complete thread -- several years' time or several years time??
Complete thread -- maybe "last time" was 5.4.
Complete thread -- suggestions/just other ways to 'hear' the intent, imho
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone.
Complete thread -- anything made with flour like bread, etc.?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- has had decreased *flour* and decreased vegetable matter intake.
Complete thread -- I cannot recast, although that would make it much easier. :)
Complete thread -- I would use period
Complete thread -- I think the way you have it is fine.
Complete thread -- Arrgh punctuation issues today! Sentence is inside.
Complete thread -- What does your words in parentheses mean exactly? Not following...
Complete thread -- Much better!
Complete thread -- Can you recast the whole thing? LOL... I have outlined the erythema in
Complete thread -- BoS recommends always spelling out minus in case the - symbol is unclear or can
Complete thread -- since it is a score it would be -2 (my opinion)
Complete thread -- pat with iritis
Complete thread -- ok, this is it. She would "thus then" warrant...
Complete thread -- I believe it is all supposed to be one sentence, just not sure how to do that. :)
Complete thread -- I think a correction was made. I clearly hear the word warrant.
Complete thread -- -2 or minus two standard deviations from the young adult mean? What is the normal way
Complete thread -- erythema in case it (gets) worse and he would seek ... ... elsewhere and they will (can)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The other one is supposed to be layering. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Maybe "she would do best being on a TNF..."
Complete thread -- Not in US of A, lol. Could doc be correcting?
Complete thread -- I'd think graft (at/of) L4, L5, S1.
Complete thread -- I'd think graft (at/of) L4, L5, S1.
Complete thread -- intraconal
Complete thread -- sentence doesn't make sense to me. Best been?
Complete thread -- no, not "over 90", just "90" (it's the "over" that sounded like "fr"
Complete thread -- Eye pain. s/l learing hemorrhage
Complete thread -- period after elsewhere - new sentence @ they
Complete thread -- YES, aha! Ty! An EGFR of over 90... Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Punctuation help, please. See inside for sentence. Ty much!
Complete thread -- bone graft *L4, L5, S1 or L4-L5-S1* w/ posterior instrumentation
Complete thread -- I think "eg of 5 over 90" is "eGFR of 90"
Complete thread -- He does have a strange accent sometime. TY so much.
Complete thread -- me too, pronounced weird
Complete thread -- I hear parenchymal
Complete thread -- wav posted. There was no _____ change.
Complete thread -- oh Good Grief. She is saying naps. :( Holy Cow. NM
Complete thread -- talking about BiPAP, at 18/10 with S/T of 6 and 3 L oxygen bleed-in for all MAPS?
Complete thread -- not mad, just trying to help. No one else seemed to have any ideas.
Complete thread -- wow, sorry, didn't realize it was posted twice, no need to get mad
Complete thread -- it is eGFR but I cannot hear the value other than 90 at the end.
Complete thread -- yep, but I'm outta ideas. DO you have one?????
Complete thread -- reposted WAV
Complete thread -- reposted the WAV
Complete thread -- I guess so. Thinking too hard (and missing "input.")
Complete thread -- sry, still hear the fatty acids wav. maybe try again?
Complete thread -- but wouldn't that be high instead of normal?
Complete thread -- oral - her oral input - makes sense.
Complete thread -- I am hearing "oral" but not sure it makes sense as stated. Please s/m.
Complete thread -- WAV of it posted
Complete thread -- That makes me think he is giving creatinine/BUN of 5/90 then.
Complete thread -- BUN and creatinine are also normal labs used for determining renal function, but no
Complete thread -- he says 5 over 90
Complete thread -- estimated glomerular filtration rate (EGFR)? but the value is written funky to me?
Complete thread -- can you tell us exactly how he dictated the 5/90? did HE say a / there??
Complete thread -- renal function is entirely normal with an [(s/l EGE or EG) of 5/90.
Complete thread -- Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- Virchow's
Complete thread -- Can't figure this out. S/l "virgile node." Please s/m
Complete thread -- google is useful for verifying phrases you've never heard before
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- Yep, I hear that now. Glad you got it. (I was kinda close, lol)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- agree...
Complete thread -- JKust realized... SILS device
Complete thread -- chloride of 109. has had recent (?) laboratory values
Complete thread -- recent-ory (stumbled?) laboratory values chloride 109.
Complete thread -- s/l bulk score
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- he patient has had _____ laboratory values which showed
Complete thread -- number 5 should be in same style
Complete thread -- I hear something like "Solz device" but haven't documented it. Search surgical
Complete thread -- I thought near was in there. Thanks
Complete thread -- or "and near a vessel?
Complete thread -- in ?
Complete thread -- MP3, thanks
Complete thread -- hmmm... he's sure going fast. I can't get it.
Complete thread -- WAV
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- But that doesn't make him the best oncologist ever.
Complete thread -- naw. 8.0
Complete thread -- no wav yet, but remnant of stomach was extracted was extracted ...
Complete thread -- The remnant of stomach was grabbed ___ device and remnant of stomach was extracted
Complete thread -- That is awesome!!! Most of mine don't even say "thank you" at the end.
Complete thread -- I have one secondary where the VR automatically expands everything, like
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- perhaps trying to indicate to use the cardiologist that is on call?
Complete thread -- We have no exceptions other than lab values.
Complete thread -- probably just means "to" call (place the request for eval)
Complete thread -- I actually have an account where the manager told me no abbreviations, yet
Complete thread -- I decided that after I wrote the question! Thanks.
Complete thread -- 4. Cardiac evaluation, *call*.
Complete thread -- It is tougher than you think. Expanding some abbreviations is more than
Complete thread -- That rule is for the abbreviation not the actual word
Complete thread -- I think it is with the S. Thanks.
Complete thread -- wow..I want to work that account! (I would add the "s", don't know what BOS says though)
Complete thread -- you need to give more info. What is the past medical history? meclizine?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- meclizine ?
Complete thread -- Question. In the BOS, it says not to add S for plural with mg, mL, etc.
Complete thread -- med s/l meklaglen
Complete thread -- I would move the transfusions to PMH
Complete thread -- much better than hearing test, test, test.
Complete thread -- We have the best oncologist EVER!!! He is based at another hospital but does a s.m.
Complete thread -- agree mV (millivolts) sm
Complete thread -- 8-0
Complete thread -- Might be an 8.0 mm tube?
Complete thread -- s/ 8 oh tube... how do I write this
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yes that is where I have been putting it, but this doc...sm
Complete thread -- My accounts it goes under SOCIAL HISTORY
Complete thread -- when doc dictates this...what heading would you put under...sm
Complete thread -- anterior/posterior fusion L5-S1 or anteroposterior?
Complete thread -- Might it be proximally?
Complete thread -- culdoplasty was then performed _____ the uterosacral and
Complete thread -- Wouldn't mV be the measurement in an EMG?
Complete thread -- another EMG question
Complete thread -- EMG --- does mcg (micrograms) make sense here???
Complete thread -- Got the second... pain in the roof of her mouth. could the first be simple?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- aphthous?
Complete thread -- No erosion or ulceration. No *apta* formation.
Complete thread -- sorry wav attached
Complete thread -- couple of questions
Complete thread -- thank you. ...
Complete thread -- Yep, some information on that in archives too. Glad you got it.
Complete thread -- Looking at what is posted here almost daily, it appears a lot of people guess
Complete thread -- I got from my research as "3-4, 6R, and 4-5 portals" nevermind!!tx
Complete thread -- that is what I thought but wanted to be sure! thanks again.
Complete thread -- ortho wrist: Standard s/l three four, six r and four five portals made. how to do thi
Complete thread -- I think UOs "is" likely ureteral orifices sm
Complete thread -- We gave indigo carmine and saw clear efflux from both s/l UOs. (ureteral orifices?)
Complete thread -- nvm. Doc changed his mind and rephrased the sentence.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- never mind...found.. staccato.. tnx
Complete thread -- s/l stickado type voiding.. any ideas?
Complete thread -- I have yet to figure out when we should ever "guess."
Complete thread -- Serial levels may be warranted in cases of sustained-release tablets.
Complete thread -- Never mind, believe it is "ketone" level, according to some links I found.
Complete thread -- Psyc cons (ESL): Pt OD'd on lithium, heroin and cocaine. s/m
Complete thread -- I would definitely not guess; these are important results
Complete thread -- Oh, I thought they were always open. News to me. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Always remember green never comes back to say thanks or whether that was it
Complete thread -- on a hayride. not open meaning it had a canopy over it, was shaded
Complete thread -- He said "mucinous producing" instead of "mucin-producing." I guess my question was
Complete thread -- They were in a hayride. "It was not open." Not sure what is meant?
Complete thread -- got it - enterocele
Complete thread -- .External genitalia are normal; lax introitus with old perineal tear. Mild rectocele
Complete thread -- I'm so lost. If you saw that and the doc said that... huh?
Complete thread -- breathing assist?
Complete thread -- whatever for?????????
Complete thread -- I posted IROM, not op. :)
Complete thread -- listen again for thoracic and lumbar or thoracolumbar, that makes more sense.
Complete thread -- I see 'thoracic column' on google.
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard "thoracic columnar spine"? s/l kuh lum nar
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Yes, I'm aware of that. That's why I can't figure why he's saying mucinous producing.
Complete thread -- I guess he means mucin-producing but I guess I'll leave it as he dictated it. He's an
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion. I had flagged.
Complete thread -- metastatic mucin-producing adenocarcinoma? see link
Complete thread -- good answer.
Complete thread -- you got it.
Complete thread -- I've heard of mucinous adenocarcinoma, not 'producing adeno..."
Complete thread -- metastatic "mucinous" producing adenocarcinoma. Shouldn't it be mucin-
Complete thread -- One is hyphenated...:)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- long shot, but maybe small inclusion in the 'cornea' in the left eye?
Complete thread -- actually, I said "instead of" - not meaning 'same as'
Complete thread -- I know that - I said 'some form of' as in "larger" - hyper.
Complete thread -- some type of brace? elbow-forearm brace?
Complete thread -- flareup doesn't go thru spellcheck. ?
Complete thread -- Intraocular pressures are 16 on the right. There is a small inclusion in the _______
Complete thread -- orthopedics
Complete thread -- Oasis: What's difference in flareup and flare-up??????
Complete thread -- flare-up
Complete thread -- 1. Two Aleve twice a day until better or when flareups. Flareups 1 word or 2?
Complete thread -- ahh, on second read, it might have been "after" the procedure which makes sense then
Complete thread -- I know..... I was.
Complete thread -- I didn't question prednisone, but thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I relistened and it may be it....thank you.
Complete thread -- Ty much.
Complete thread -- You might, if you can, post a wav for helpers to listen for prednisone sm
Complete thread -- yep, arthrogram works
Complete thread -- Gastrografin enema?
Complete thread -- gastric s/l ??ic enema
Complete thread -- Pt had a hip injection of prednisone after localization with an s/l arthrogram. Does
Complete thread -- don't know blank, but in last sentence, shouldn't it be egg-containing food, because s.m.
Complete thread -- I thought past history of but you have "left" so that makes no sense.
Complete thread -- mesomorphic means of average build - not larger
Complete thread -- Thanks, I need the something.
Complete thread -- He has not tried Brazil nuts, cashews, or pine nuts. He is known to h ...
Complete thread -- yes, I meant the capped part. Thank you!
Complete thread -- We hear rereferral all the time and type verbatim.
Complete thread -- something tympanomastoidectomy but not sure what goes in front
Complete thread -- S/l pastilotympanomastoidectomy?
Complete thread -- Must be. He's pretty clear. Thanks.
Complete thread -- It doesn't need a capped Melanosis if that is what you mean
Complete thread -- you put the same thing twice.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- some form of desmoplastic fibroma.
Complete thread -- Melanosis coli or melanosis coli? Anyone know?
Complete thread -- me again... the "rock hard" mass was sm
Complete thread -- might be his way of saying full-blown infection (since he had recurrent infection)
Complete thread -- his foot ?blew up? on him again
Complete thread -- yes, that makes sense! thank you.
Complete thread -- rock hard?
Complete thread -- have no idea what he is saying
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I think I will flag this one. Thanks.
Complete thread -- knee cracks?
Complete thread -- I guess he is saying "instead of mesomorphic" - larger. but hyper?
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense, you still can have popping/crunching and it be soft?
Complete thread -- Obese patient. "Body habitus is s/l hypermorphic." Never heard this. Google no help.
Complete thread -- what would it be then?
Complete thread -- on her arms
Complete thread -- meant halos too.
Complete thread -- halo
Complete thread -- halos
Complete thread -- house physician. n. 1. A physician, especially an intern or
Complete thread -- occular migraine. visual aura, she describes it as s/l hilos and bright lights
Complete thread -- I don't think crepitus makes sense with "which were soft", but
Complete thread -- Thanks. Worked on account for over a year and never heard dictated before.
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- She did have knee (s/l creps) bilaterally in the mid zones
Complete thread -- I think that is what he means, but I would leave as dictated, it is clear.
Complete thread -- I think it is bone scan but I have to blank. Thanks anyways! ...
Complete thread -- He wants a copy sent to "house physician." Do you think he means the hospitalist
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Not your s/l: magnesium?
Complete thread -- Could it be TSH?
Complete thread -- He says failed access, but then changes to failed grafts, not
Complete thread -- failed accesses are her arms as well with failed grafts.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- She has diffuse muscle wasting and ____ arms with frail grasp.
Complete thread -- Oh lordy - I just got it:"He may have, (corrects) I think this is just mainly fluid..
Complete thread -- nuclear scan? bone scan?
Complete thread -- thx for posting answer :)
Complete thread -- #1 dialysis access
Complete thread -- Ohhhh. It is .... to help her drain.
Complete thread -- #2 - Intradialytic parenteral nutrition (IDPN)
Complete thread -- He has got mainly lower extremity edema. He may have a s/l "pink" This is ...sm
Complete thread -- BUN 78 and CO2 is 24, *athiest* is 2.2 and her white count 9500, hemoglobin 13.2.
Complete thread -- two questions
Complete thread -- X-ray done and it showed no fracture, no dislocation. There is mild A ...
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- s/l *Halpert* drain
Complete thread -- since alcohol didn't cause it, perhaps making sudden changes in his
Complete thread -- thanks so much,i don't know why i couldn't hear levothyroxine. I suppose that still leave
Complete thread -- Thank you so much...that is exactly what I was looking for! ...
Complete thread -- Nvm got it, apprehension test. ...
Complete thread -- coryza
Complete thread -- You say you aren't sure if saying again or against, so your answer
Complete thread -- If he wanted to include them, he would have said "one-tens", which
Complete thread -- respiratory problem
Complete thread -- Duh, it must be running. Sorry.
Complete thread -- correct spelling is diltiazem
Complete thread -- Why would a doc cautaion against moderating alcohol if pt has NASH?
Complete thread -- s/l "rubbing" laterally along the left
Complete thread -- I hear diltiazem right before carvedilol.
Complete thread -- levothyroxine, not Lipitor. I also hear Mucomyst after baby aspirin.
Complete thread -- wav sent. thanks..
Complete thread -- He is on Lipitor, _____(0:58), Norvasc, Lasix, ____ _____, carvedilol, Sinemet, fish
Complete thread -- Difficult esl
Complete thread -- resurfacing???
Complete thread -- scratch that
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- vesicles?
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- Exjade (just the way it sounds) google is my
Complete thread -- Answer is: Diagnosis of deep venous thrombisis, got it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- "he developed clavicle pain after working on - s/l exercising - h ...
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Procrit and*ex jade*
Complete thread -- (botox injection) 50 units divided between deep tendon and superficial s/l fossicles,
Complete thread -- ok, i found it at 200 just never heard it that high. mine usually say 75 or 100.
Complete thread -- WAV posted - re NASH
Complete thread -- i hope one last one. I do not see any ___ weakness. No ptosis.
Complete thread -- unless it isn't and is running at whatever they dictate it is running at.
Complete thread -- perfectly okay. (might need mL not cc)... nasal O2 ...You have a repeat on the pale
Complete thread -- usually 100 cc (mL) an hour?
Complete thread -- who came in with shortness of breath (can't get the blank)
Complete thread -- His IV *is running* at 200 cc an hour.
Complete thread -- for shortness of breath _____ elevated BUN and creatinine.
Complete thread -- , but apparently he is taking 4....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He was seen in ____. It seems like he is on the Azilect, ropinirole, ...
Complete thread -- your wav is gone now, unless you want to repost.
Complete thread -- slightly more?
Complete thread -- bosselated
Complete thread -- status post right modified radical mastectomy
Complete thread -- Any one else hear "Doppler suggested extensive depp venous thrombosis?
Complete thread -- TY! I saw that too but wanted to make sure. Thank yoU!
Complete thread -- I find it as log10 or log(10). (googled viral load log 10)
Complete thread -- stated that the aspirin was okay
Complete thread -- viral load low at (s/l log 10 2.46) how do I write that?
Complete thread -- Back in March he switched from Plavix to aspirin. His ___ with the aspirin was okay
Complete thread -- or deep venous, but I can't listen any more. Running late. Someone else should be able
Complete thread -- extensive deep vein thrombosis (part of it)
Complete thread -- WAV posted - thank you!
Complete thread -- pathology
Complete thread -- He sounds like
Complete thread -- that might make more sense since I cannot find what he dictated. THAN ...
Complete thread -- acneiform?
Complete thread -- try Deca-Durabolin. its a form of testosterone.
Complete thread -- Thanks to anyone who listened to my "fav" doc!
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! I thought he was saying something after that but 'twas the "ly"
Complete thread -- He's saying something prior to pain too
Complete thread -- surgery
Complete thread -- reported periodically (or periodic)
Complete thread -- s/l theka'-dee-rab'-a-lon
Complete thread -- I'd say "a repeat referral" or "another referral" and take out "back" (if you can edit)
Complete thread -- I thought so! At first, I thought it was they had already called him.
Complete thread -- referral and re-referral are 2 diff things
Complete thread -- boarded, collared him
Complete thread -- increase dose of Dilaudid as patient ____ pain is out of control.
Complete thread -- wav file. Thanks. Hip pain too.
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- I'd think referral would suffice.
Complete thread -- rereferral? What else can be used?
Complete thread -- yes, it is the end of the story
Complete thread -- Thank you, everyone.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense - maybe I've been doing ESLs too long. Lol
Complete thread -- additive
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- it means that if you add 0.6 + 0.93 it is a total of 1.53 , nothing more or less
Complete thread -- No
Complete thread -- and you are assuming that the doctor IS excluding those values, which may be
Complete thread -- Transitional vertebral body lumbarization of S1. Is comma needed after body?
Complete thread -- Melanoma status post excision
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. Just listened 6 times fast and finally could hear it! Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks for the input
Complete thread -- how about papular trichilemmoma. I can't find anything with trichoma.
Complete thread -- knee clamp = Z-Clamp?
Complete thread -- curved Heaney clamps??
Complete thread -- Papular trichoma or papulotrichoma? Is this right?
Complete thread -- Patient having hysterectomy. s/l curfew knee clamp. sm
Complete thread -- I'm hearing high socks finally (several reports lately with this blank), which googled
Complete thread -- Peripheral neuropathy, worse lower extremities, high _____ distribution
Complete thread -- Great ear! ...as mentioned other inflammatory processes. TY! TY!
Complete thread -- as mentioned as an inflammatory process (maybe)
Complete thread -- Nile virus disease _____ inflammatory processes
Complete thread -- Moving on. Thank you, anyway.
Complete thread -- Yep, that's it! Thank you VERY much!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Fentora
Complete thread -- Norco 10/325 q. 4 hours p.r.n. as well as ____ 800 mcg for breakthrough pain
Complete thread -- that's how I would do it.
Complete thread -- Comma help please. TIA! Is this how you would do it?
Complete thread -- Realize that, my bad, should have been clearer as it showed para 1-0-0-1 I knew she had
Complete thread -- Patient with arm pain.
Complete thread -- If it's either of those, he sure is slurring it. Blanking. Thanks, both.
Complete thread -- Gravida is pregnancy, not birth.
Complete thread -- Maybe the birth x1 was in 2007?
Complete thread -- Sorry, didn't see it in the list, too early.
Complete thread -- Para 1-0-0-1. G1 is 07. what does that mean?
Complete thread -- palate, tongue, and...
Complete thread -- WAG pharyngeally?
Complete thread -- Oral cavity: s/l pear-in-tingee floor of mouth were soft
Complete thread -- I have no idea. I'm trying to hear anything, but so far can't come up with anything.
Complete thread -- good s/l! ssmmss - might be cerebellar exam? vvzz = was?
Complete thread -- strength is normal ... ?
Complete thread -- Is doc mumbling "extremities"?
Complete thread -- need a word, please
Complete thread -- intentional
Complete thread -- Thanks but also states that in list with no stumbling.
Complete thread -- ? PhosLo
Complete thread -- ESL
Complete thread -- s/l vas-low No dosage info available. TIA!
Complete thread -- capillary? seeing either perifoveal or parafoveal capillary
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l papillarily
Complete thread -- "end of story"??? Hilarious. What...an...ego.
Complete thread -- collagen?
Complete thread -- orthopedic physical: S/l the collegant tissue in her shoulder
Complete thread -- I actually had an account that wanted it "1-teens," ack. (I agree with you that if
Complete thread -- I feel your pain. This has been debated for years in the archives as
Complete thread -- simply as dictated: His BP is 90s to 110s
Complete thread -- 90s to 110s
Complete thread -- Nothing to refer to. Thanks for your input.
Complete thread -- (EEK! uninterpretable!) "His diastolic BP is in the 90s to 110s."
Complete thread -- how do you type this bp reading
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- (that happens! :-)
Complete thread -- hints & tips (sm)
Complete thread -- Mgt...I have a feeling the OP abandoned us.
Complete thread -- (thanks. Makes sense now.:-)
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'm surprised he hasn't said before (do his consults all the time)
Complete thread -- ulcerogenic.
Complete thread -- She should stay away from "allsirgenic"/"ulcergenic" substances
Complete thread -- Never mind. It's "any correctable disease." Thanks.
Complete thread -- for renal artery stenosis to see whether there is any cardiac *table
Complete thread -- thanks, lb, aka fgjjgj! And you commonly hit the nail on the head!
Complete thread -- (I was thinking TURP also. But why "syndrome"?)
Complete thread -- clarification: did doc dictate 1 syllable or 3 letters? GER? SM
Complete thread -- ?? transuretheral ?? gotta be something else. sound file?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought that was it but wanted to verify. Thanks again poi.
Complete thread -- googling raises the question did you mean "affecting"
Complete thread -- Severe rheumatoid arthritis affecting/effecting both knees
Complete thread -- Sounds like "TUR"
Complete thread -- That might be it! I will re-listen.
Complete thread -- Mgt, I try my best to help people on here. (i'm aka fgjjgj)
Complete thread -- hmmm...not so sure on "eschar." Are they doing an open operation to see this?
Complete thread -- Vfend - voriconazole perhaps.
Complete thread -- Blank s/l B-pen or V-phen. I have no idea!
Complete thread -- There are some fat globules in the bladder and a "stray eschar" on the left lateral
Complete thread -- Actually, it can be kind of funny. Not said in a disrespectful way, though. Just meaning
Complete thread -- I think I'll just go with "Requesting physician" since he did say requesting.
Complete thread -- yes, and some foreign dictators always call him the "consulting physician."
Complete thread -- Requesting consultant: Gives name of person consulting him, who isn't the
Complete thread -- ^^ giggling at Mgt. Gotta love ya...
Complete thread -- I was laughing at the absurdity (in given context) of my suggestion! and certainly SM
Complete thread -- I agree poi...I'm sure she was NOT laughing at the disease. I raised a child with that
Complete thread -- Oops. Dynamap would not be an allergy, I don't think.
Complete thread -- s/l suggests to me Dynamap (a common brand of BP machine)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- you misread the sentence...
Complete thread -- aversion.
Complete thread -- s/l eversion to medication
Complete thread -- Probably is but I'm allowed a blank, so will go with that. Try as I can, I
Complete thread -- listen for S3, S4, "OR" murmur (not "heart" murmur)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I can't think of anything other than DynaCirc - I'd really think he's saying Dimetapp but
Complete thread -- Yeah, I'd agree with pulling pain.
Complete thread -- does to me. An exampled would be a "pulled muscle" would cause a pulling pain.
Complete thread -- Is there a medication that s/l Dynatap? He's not saying Dimetapp. Clear N sound. I
Complete thread -- so do I, but does the sentence make sense???
Complete thread -- (not ignoring your ?, but I just don't know....)
Complete thread -- geez...I highly doubt she was laughing at the disease itself, just her guess....
Complete thread -- yay to us all for the collaborative effort,....especially to fgjjgj!
Complete thread -- I hear pulling pain
Complete thread -- Mgt, does it make sense "pulling" cause that is what it sounds like to me
Complete thread -- Tourettes is not funny. My son has that!
Complete thread -- no "s". There was no legs edema.
Complete thread -- He's just about the worst esl I've ever had. Such a project to get through one of his
Complete thread -- I can't distinguish if word is "point" or "pulling."
Complete thread -- (kyphotic Could fit; increased AP diameter;