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Complete thread -- Colcrys?
Complete thread -- they're saying "dorsalis pedis 2+"
Complete thread -- Cheryl on MT daily.com and MTStars.com link
Complete thread -- I think means (the diastolic(bottom reading) 70 to 90 both arms)
Complete thread -- thanks. I could hear the S very clearly. left a blank.
Complete thread -- See if you can locate a lady named Cheryl Flanders. She
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- hit enter too soon, but maybe something here if the P is pulses?
Complete thread -- There are 4 arterial pulses which are routinely felt in the lower limb ...
Complete thread -- EXTREMITIES: There is no edema noted. s/l GSP is 2+.
Complete thread -- I would go with what you typed. it is like saying she went to see a pediatrician or a
Complete thread -- form
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Mefoxin? "At the cord clamped, the patient received Mefoxin 2 g IV"
Complete thread -- bisoprolol fumarate.
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- drug that s/l fumarate?
Complete thread -- going to flat this one. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Makes sense that he would adjust/use the pump to "cover" the meal carbs, etc. nm
Complete thread -- He eats his last meal of the day at bedtime for which *he covers.* Last eye exam....
Complete thread -- patient is given S/L "Coldcrease or Colcrease" it is
Complete thread -- thank you, this calls for documentation, see link.
Complete thread -- MRIEX coil? for aneurysm
Complete thread -- Sorry, forgot to post my thanks.....THANKS!
Complete thread -- Oops, hear it better now -- Bolus Wizard!
Complete thread -- He uses his *row-lis* wizard all the time. Pt with type 1 diabetes being
Complete thread -- got it - he is saying calcium in there
Complete thread -- s/l "one hundred twenty-eight thousand seven point three" pls sm
Complete thread -- found it -- Cosopt
Complete thread -- His only medication is *co-stop* eye drops twice daily. Past history of
Complete thread -- I never thought about splittin them
Complete thread -- sorry, don't know exactly what you mean
Complete thread -- yes I was talking about maybe a whole page document for autocorrect?
Complete thread -- I've never typed basilar thumb joint like that, but then again
Complete thread -- Nope, crystal clear doc (for a change), heard exactly what I typed. Thanks
Complete thread -- think she was suggesting "....no med alleriges, food allergies, or SAR"
Complete thread -- You're welcome!
Complete thread -- you seem to have done a great job uploading this file! Glad I was able to help.
Complete thread -- sorry that was lev for helping me with WAV files.
Complete thread -- I saw a bunch of hits for that, doesn't seem to make sense as a food allergy.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much LV. The directions were perfect. nm
Complete thread -- Yes that is it. Thanks
Complete thread -- Seasonal allergic rhinitis (SAR) could it be or SAR?
Complete thread -- :D Those little simple words usually get me every time
Complete thread -- volume
Complete thread -- sm and WAV file
Complete thread -- I think I have got it by golly. sm
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it! This woman has a very strong Russian accent.
Complete thread -- WAG mid?
Complete thread -- okay. Now you go back a few seconds before your blank, then do
Complete thread -- Upper GI with small bowel follow through. s/l *meat* esophagus.
Complete thread -- "She has no medication allergies. Food allergies to *SAR*." Any ideas?
Complete thread -- I have it up and am at the point where I want help with. nm
Complete thread -- ulnar plus variance
Complete thread -- am trying this now. will let you know when I am ready for next part.
Complete thread -- okay. Now go to start, all programs, accessories, entertainment, sound recorder.
Complete thread -- stable ulnar s/l "plus very" with dorsal subluxation ulnar head
Complete thread -- I typed basilar but when proofing thought I heard base of the - but very slurred
Complete thread -- neurogenic?
Complete thread -- what was said
Complete thread -- what is usually heard? base of her or basilar
Complete thread -- Okay, lev. I am ready if you are. sm
Complete thread -- maybe ends with *genic? (determined by me, not myself)
Complete thread -- Can you do a help for macros in your microsoft words? nm
Complete thread -- are you talking about adding to autocorrect in Word? you have to check
Complete thread -- okay, maybe someone else knows. If I ever find it I will let you know on here.
Complete thread -- It was determined by myself at the time of the initial consultation th ...
Complete thread -- suspension is a form of delivery, like elixir, solution, etc. You really need more train
Complete thread -- been a long time, but way back when, I remember having to simply split and have more than
Complete thread -- a question on making macros
Complete thread -- is that exactly as dictated? "surgical history: 'fray' of avascular necrosis"
Complete thread -- proud, meaning not flush, sticking up
Complete thread -- T-buttress plate is somewhat *porralled/proud*
Complete thread -- MD Anderson (Cancer Center) - would remove "I" in last sentence
Complete thread -- surgical history: s/l fray of avascular necrosis
Complete thread -- jgb, i'll be glad to help you now with posting part of a sound file.
Complete thread -- ?ceiling punch? nm
Complete thread -- Think that's it. Going with it.
Complete thread -- ceiling as the top -- the highest he can go?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you for suspension. Could not find that either. Thanks for how to type it too.
Complete thread -- agree with below and would add that suspension wouldn't be capped
Complete thread -- Physical therapy daily note. Worked on shoulder abduction with 10 pounds x6, 8 pounds
Complete thread -- 1 g/10 mL, 10 mL given per acct/BoS
Complete thread -- Okay, so how would you type the following? sm
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks that is what I was thinking but not sure. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- FWIW, sm from archives. Only you know your account specifics though.
Complete thread -- cc is equivalent of mL.
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? the common femoral artery *through that of* the dorsalis pedis
Complete thread -- ranitidine syrup 15 mg per cc sm
Complete thread -- Definitely dictates semi-rhythmic. I have hyphenated. Thanx ...
Complete thread -- there is no - in 0 Vicryl
Complete thread -- Thanks for your explanation and help!
Complete thread -- 0-Vicryl two places, interrupted-type ligatures & running-type ligatures
Complete thread -- Mastisol
Complete thread -- most likely gauze packs used to keep the bowel back
Complete thread -- patient having TAH... sm
Complete thread -- sure it isn't semi-arrhythmic and rhymthic? comma needed after "duration, and at times,"
Complete thread -- The small bowel was inspected, and this was retracted to the left using *packs.*
Complete thread -- I think I will try again tomorrow. I am not thinking right today and have files to do. sm
Complete thread -- I'd mark it, could mean 150/70 to 90 in both arms? too vague
Complete thread -- I can't hear mower. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- Im finding "Walkie-Rider" forklift and such .. see link
Complete thread -- 24-hour EEG of epileptic patient
Complete thread -- wag - but riding mowers (like a lawn mower you ride on?)
Complete thread -- jbg - see below for sending wav.
Complete thread -- Go "start", "all accessories", "entertainment" and "sound recorder". You use this to make
Complete thread -- maybe just correcting himself
Complete thread -- I hear "riding walker". Is this correct. Cannot verify.
Complete thread -- Arthrotec ?
Complete thread -- s/l ? asphrotec ? s/m
Complete thread -- New dictator says plain as day BP 150 over 70 over 90 both arms
Complete thread -- Super! Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Oilation: a Cosmetics and Cleaning Preparations Trademark by 2-2-0 ... ...
Complete thread -- Oilatum ? See if that is it.
Complete thread -- go back up to message "open file in sound recorder".
Complete thread -- oops sorry, didn't mean to yell that.
Complete thread -- WAV POSTED! TY
Complete thread -- Scabies is the disease caused by the itch mite, Sarcoptes scabiei.
Complete thread -- oops sorry
Complete thread -- Okay. Thanks
Complete thread -- scabies in it?
Complete thread -- sorry, i'm in a bit of a rush now, but i'll be glad to help you in about 2 hours for
Complete thread -- scabies question
Complete thread -- Balziva ?
Complete thread -- I see you just sent a wav. I listened to it but can't help you. sm
Complete thread -- s/l in but should be on or with.. "NSAIDs or OCPs."?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- basics of skin care including importance of bathing, use of s/l olate-in,
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- wav sent for gyn question below - improvement ___ or OCPs
Complete thread -- i don't know where your file is stored. Once you know where, open sound recorder - start
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Spectral broadening . in Doppler ultrasound, an increase in the bandwidth (frequency range
Complete thread -- I am being really stupid here. sm
Complete thread -- grading makes sense. (example: low-grade)
Complete thread -- thanks for trying but it doesn't sound like that.
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- oral contraception s/l balsignia or valsignia
Complete thread -- Is "spectral broadening changes" ok?
Complete thread -- sent wav
Complete thread -- small?
Complete thread -- open the file in sound recorder find the spot a little before your blank and do 'edit +
Complete thread -- symptoms on
Complete thread -- s/l smear left-sided subdural.
Complete thread -- There is, however, positive *grading* with respect to the distal superficial femoral
Complete thread -- gyn evaluation. s/l enfads or OCPs
Complete thread -- But I am not sure how to save just a portion of it. jgb
Complete thread -- perhap thick
Complete thread -- Hmm, sounding more like *veck fissures.* I'm just going to flag as I need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Think it might be for migraine headaches, but still no hit for "geo." Sending blank
Complete thread -- I think instructions are on links above to send/listen to wavs.
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray showed right pleural effusion with *wet* fissures. Ok? Can't find
Complete thread -- Can anyone send me directions on how to send a wave file. Only done once and fortget
Complete thread -- S/L Endiancin doctor is out of Texas. Any thoughts for this one?? sm
Complete thread -- maybe NG as is nasogastric tube?? Dose seems off, seems like it is usually 40 mEq
Complete thread -- *Geopatch*? Allergic to baclofen and "geopatch," not much other context
Complete thread -- OMG you poor thing. He is really hard to understand. Can't get anything out of that sorr
Complete thread -- IOW, pseudo-symptoms means it is giving symptoms of it, but not it.
Complete thread -- Pseudocyst symptoms is correct. I meant to go back and add that I goo ...
Complete thread -- Are you saying pseudo-symptoms? Look up pseudo in onelook above
Complete thread -- you have no S/L so maybe it is pseudocyst symptoms. Look up on google please. nm
Complete thread -- S/L fornal depletion sm
Complete thread -- Pancreatitis with pseudo*?____ symptoms, ...
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Potassium chloride 4 mEq via *ND* twice a day.
Complete thread -- hemochromatosis gene assay sent off for completeness -- fix all of it
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Just couldn't make out the slurring. Thank you so much=)
Complete thread -- assay
Complete thread -- Please help=0
Complete thread -- 1. In addition, the patient suffers from 2. deteriorated
Complete thread -- no--it sounds like ping or sping. Thanks for trying though.
Complete thread -- It definitely is ... can't believe I didn't think of that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Could it be "spine" stimulator?
Complete thread -- coryza?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted pls
Complete thread -- sl "core-eye-za"
Complete thread -- s/l ping stimulator.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- yes, cardinal lesion click link + how to find for next time?
Complete thread -- Had to flag already.
Complete thread -- Oops hit enter too soon
Complete thread -- Biopsy of the upper abdomen *cardinal* lesion was consistent
Complete thread -- I think you are right. Will take another listen. Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- s/l turbite muscles may be (a guess) pterygoid scroll down sm
Complete thread -- thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- I hear venofer. May be a kidney dialysis pt? Will hear this drug
Complete thread -- She does have right facial weakness with sensory loss in the distribut ...
Complete thread -- Nevermind - I think it is Venofer
Complete thread -- yes, see link, look over phrases. How to find for next time? sm
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav - thank you :}
Complete thread -- Can eccentric be used this way? The L4-5 disc, while somewhat smaller, does appear to
Complete thread -- wonder? if this is an ESL who is used to different drug names other countries sm
Complete thread -- ok, thanks!!
Complete thread -- a guess maybe there is an ICD implantable cardioverter defibrillator ?
Complete thread -- capitalized in Merriam-Webster.
Complete thread -- Some info on blood gases sharing my notes
Complete thread -- I will go back and relisten. THANKS
Complete thread -- would you cap lab as in a Labrador retriever, where it is just dictated as the s.m.
Complete thread -- for archives - Graftys has created bone substitute materials sm
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sure, see link calcific rotator cuff
Complete thread -- Ok, will delete them. Thanks.
Complete thread -- it was posted initially down below. don't know why OP didn't mention it this time.
Complete thread -- for me, if dictator did not specify () I do not presume. your call though.
Complete thread -- Oh heavens, did not see a wav. Sorry. Can't pick out the word
Complete thread -- Sort of. If you hear it clearly, I would use it. Causality is cause and effect
Complete thread -- "There is (was?) causality in regard to her complaints" is what I think I'm hearing on the
Complete thread -- Would you use the () or just commas?
Complete thread -- 1 hour?
Complete thread -- cuff. *There is a causality regard* to her complaints.
Complete thread -- left shoulder *calcific* rotator cuff tenderness
Complete thread -- Would you believe "Graftys"? Yep thats it.
Complete thread -- Nonrebreather mask for "1R"?
Complete thread -- The closest I could find was Easy-Graft, but it looks to be for dental stuff..oh well,
Complete thread -- He says it so clear and natural sounding, but I cant find it. I would think its a brand
Complete thread -- incipient
Complete thread -- The patient awoke with. The patient was awakened with.
Complete thread -- PMH: s/l a-sip-in thyroid failure.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Is it HCO3?
Complete thread -- Pt was awoke? awakened? with chest pain. TIA
Complete thread -- Total knee: ...lytic lesions in the femur. We filled these with a s/l "graft ease"
Complete thread -- ABGs - please see msg.
Complete thread -- YES! Oh thank you!
Complete thread -- causality regard to her complaints
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- _____ regard to her complaints
Complete thread -- Ancef.
Complete thread -- Antibiotic. s/l Incef.
Complete thread -- Wav attached
Complete thread -- She has a partial tear to the rotator cuff. _____ complaints.
Complete thread -- left shoulder *cal pacific* rotator cuff
Complete thread -- DC cardioversion: "On Coumadin. .........rate controlled.
Complete thread -- First one maybe Nystatin? (WAG) Second is docusate.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- boggy, maybe?
Complete thread -- tender to palpation in the area of the insertion and the tendon itself has an
Complete thread -- dose-dense
Complete thread -- Current medications – aspirin, Plavix, Sivastin, *Neosten*, Synthroid, Lopressor
Complete thread -- probably dropped a "we" in front of will - they are saying
Complete thread -- s/l ? dosestance? s/m
Complete thread -- regarding treatment *and will only serve* as administration site
Complete thread -- Thanks! That's it!
Complete thread -- I tried a different computer
Complete thread -- I dont hear it but is it bibasilar? bilateral?
Complete thread -- i hear wav. S/l bi-boner
Complete thread -- No wav there. What does it sound like?
Complete thread -- wav help - There are diffuse ___ interstitial markings, more prominent at the bases.
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- Medi-gap or some other kid of gap.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thank you so much! I looked all over but never got to it.
Complete thread -- trigone (trigone of bladder, bladder trigone)
Complete thread -- oh dear. I have the worst dictator I have ever heard. Ever. and, he is dictating a
Complete thread -- Don't assume he is an idiot. He might just be a lousy speller...or
Complete thread -- thanks much
Complete thread -- please repost as I wasn't able to refresh.. we posted a minute apart
Complete thread -- the above poster deleted you wav. repost it if you can
Complete thread -- need to repost your wav
Complete thread -- were she not taking the opiates.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Put a hyphen there, otherwise meaning may not be clear.
Complete thread -- sounds a lot closer... thanks.
Complete thread -- There is a RAST panel (Maybe looking for allergies?)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- brachial-axillary arteriovenous fistulas. sm
Complete thread -- Got it. Two point is less than 5 mm.....
Complete thread -- He said period and then started with Two points......
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- not sure what your question is, perhaps...intact to points less than 5 mm on...
Complete thread -- Distal sensation is intact. s/l Two points less then 5 mm on the pad of the index fi
Complete thread -- lab panels?
Complete thread -- fulminant sepsis?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- Diagnostic evaluations done at the presentation to the
Complete thread -- years. In addition
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- nd of the graft was then anastomosed s/l "to the brachial to the axillary vein"
Complete thread -- Yes, dictator was stumbling. link. This is what it looks like, they
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Never mind. I think he was just stumbling.
Complete thread -- the annulus s/l "and a new annulus" was sized to accept a 31-mm St. Jude
Complete thread -- pseudocapsulotomy/ pseudocapsulectomy?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Softech
Complete thread -- cataract surgery
Complete thread -- A s/l "pseudo capsulutely" was performed for the proximal femur
Complete thread -- SPELLING
Complete thread -- Yes, this could be it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ahh just coming back to post that, glad you got it
Complete thread -- Oops, it was mupirocin, never mind.
Complete thread -- s/l "U-pera-sin" was applied to the incision followed by Xeroform dressings.
Complete thread -- WAG... dialysate?
Complete thread -- could it be frusemide?
Complete thread -- need to move on, thanks anyway, and thanks for the sentence help nm
Complete thread -- yes, you are right. Will change that. Any ideas on word?
Complete thread -- doesn't that need new sentence? For anemia of CKD, the patient...?
Complete thread -- s/l thalasaid
Complete thread -- per OneLook Dorland's hepatojugular reflux
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- oops--not declaudication, but decortication. decorticate and decerebrate posturing
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- check out de- for both of them
Complete thread -- is it decerebration and declaudication?
Complete thread -- Please confirm that "deep" makes sense both times in this sentence. Thanks.
Complete thread -- placed on the OR table
Complete thread -- it is HJR - Hepato-Jugular Reflux - !!
Complete thread -- I hate when dictators spell words for us. They seldom get them right. does anybody else
Complete thread -- not sure. but thanks for trying. now it sounds like HJR! and even AJR!
Complete thread -- maybe AVR? accelerated ventricular rhythm
Complete thread -- cardiac note help pls. s/l ADR? see mess and thanks!!
Complete thread -- Sorry, it was sometimes called Post-Medical Graduate, so maybe they are referring to a
Complete thread -- Used to also refer to a doc resident/Post-Graduate Year like PGY-3.
Complete thread -- oops. forgot. this is a tonsillectomy.
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I can't find that acronym in my Stedman's Ortho, Neuro, or Abbrevs, but
Complete thread -- Possibly, thanks.
Complete thread -- No, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- all I found Googling', but not much help
Complete thread -- Could it stand for primary medical group like PCP/primary care physician?
Complete thread -- FIM gains.
Complete thread -- known to Rehab and spent some time there last year in s/l "pee-em-gee" service
Complete thread -- with s/l "thin gains" of 6 in the majority of her ADLs
Complete thread -- Patient with AML, please help.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- ortho word help - sm
Complete thread -- "tong down" type incision. pls sm
Complete thread -- Yes HE is the idiot, not me. I was just asking !!!
Complete thread -- Kitty, your sarcasm is not appreciated. Obviously I considered "pitch"
Complete thread -- okay I think I have it
Complete thread -- i think he means Dobhoff tube
Complete thread -- OMG I think the MT needs to use a little common sense here, really.....
Complete thread -- help with prescription dosing plse sm
Complete thread -- s/l du-off tube or dee-off tube?
Complete thread -- just saying they could sound alike by an ESL, but obvious pitch not spelled peach...
Complete thread -- and? ? ? ? ?
Complete thread -- peachy-keen
Complete thread -- thanks. I hate this MD. He adds letters to words that don't exist.
Complete thread -- maybe compressing
Complete thread -- sloppy mumbling dictator ----- help need please.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- answered on main board - NIOSH
Complete thread -- spelling aside, if it was an ESL pitch could sound like peach :-)
Complete thread -- Or someone is taking a test for MTs who want to do ESLs.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It is ophthalmic.
Complete thread -- stalk is right
Complete thread -- partially calcified myoma with unidentifiable *stalk* to the uterus
Complete thread -- Found that site, but found it rather confusing. From what I can tell, no personal names =
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- see link...scroll down to the blue colored section
Complete thread -- I certainly appreciate how difficult a physician's jobs is, but really !
Complete thread -- high-pitched sounds. If he spelled peach, then he's an idiot.
Complete thread -- that term is normally used in regard to a patient who is on immunosuppression
Complete thread -- Has anyone ever heard of this term .... "peach"
Complete thread -- herpes zoster with *abdomen* complication
Complete thread -- thank you both very much
Complete thread -- eye replacement, I&D for sepsis, *immunosuppressive host*.
Complete thread -- He has been moved from national sales director to vice president of sales.
Complete thread -- and patulous. ...
Complete thread -- dilated and patulous ...I would think
Complete thread -- perhaps ..pain, right upper extremity, from the injectate....??
Complete thread -- s/l..en-patch-u-lus ...sm
Complete thread -- ?planal fusion. pls sm
Complete thread -- Acronym s/l NIASH and is in regard to evaluating work sites.
Complete thread -- thanks, one of those days!
Complete thread -- 722
Complete thread -- She is successfully using MiniMed pump s/l 7 to 2. Her pump is 4-1/2 years. I can't
Complete thread -- Epidural steroid injection. sm
Complete thread -- could it be mid-torsion?
Complete thread -- She is to see a gastroenterologist regarding S/L noonya that had requi ...
Complete thread -- s/l mistorsion
Complete thread -- ortho surgery word help - sm
Complete thread -- Presumably it isn't Migraleve, then? Just another thought...
Complete thread -- ...or actually maybe the effect of the drug in a population of patients.
Complete thread -- I think it has to do with how drugs are metabolized...see link
Complete thread -- I did find several probable connections when googling Gaussian and distribution-tx again
Complete thread -- thanks to all of you, your info points me in the right direction.
Complete thread -- so that seems to make even less sense in the context, but. the ball is in the OPs
Complete thread -- it is a bell shaped curve...
Complete thread -- Gaussian distribution is something in statistics
Complete thread -- yooo hooooo.... need some feedback!
Complete thread -- aspirin and clopidogrel (a thienopyridine) on platelet activation. Thienopyridine blockade
Complete thread -- doc says clopidogrel and thienopyridine are both "galcian" distribution
Complete thread -- found this, not familiar, so need to coordinate (sounds like accupuncture) sm
Complete thread -- Some days I hate that Google instant!! LOL. I did find it when I put the mg in when she
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming, Darlene
Complete thread -- BTW, was just slowly entering letters into google with the beginnigs of s.m.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Found an herbal supplement, "MigreLief".. guess this is what she means--sigh!!
Complete thread -- there is a MigreLief
Complete thread -- Seriously? why would a convict named forbes need a floor hand?
Complete thread -- I hear -- grossly negative margins surrounding it. nm
Complete thread -- List of preventive meds for migraines: s/l "Migra relief" or "release".
Complete thread -- It don't quite clearly hear "grossly", but this must be it since...
Complete thread -- agree with this.
Complete thread -- After listening several more times I'm hearing grossly negative
Complete thread -- Found it on MPR, its generic for Yaz.. see another link. Dont blame you for moving on.
Complete thread -- ? also
Complete thread -- mostly negative?
Complete thread -- perhaps was saying OA for osteoarthritic
Complete thread -- Office procedure. Not sure if I hear correctly since Pathology is not involved.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I'm going to flag. The next med given in the list is
Complete thread -- Here is the link
Complete thread -- See link, a few hits with the dosage. Not sure about the "palm".
Complete thread -- Hint for next time: A little more context is really helpful.
Complete thread -- Disregard. Sent in. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Hit enter too soon. From med list. Gianvi is an OC, but can't
Complete thread -- What is the dx? It the 3a relating to a fracture or a disease process.
Complete thread -- Palm/Gianvi 3/0.02, 1 tab daily.
Complete thread -- Anyone? I'd appreciate any and all help. This is stat, and I can't decide how to transcr
Complete thread -- the point DU-3 and the lateral *bladder* line in the level
Complete thread -- and normal differential.
Complete thread -- How do you transcribe "3A" in the following: prominent 3A change of lateral tibial
Complete thread -- I think you're a very hard worker, and probably a
Complete thread -- and are multi differential
Complete thread -- hematocrit lab
Complete thread -- Well it did have "Ct Forbes." Totally irrelevant though.
Complete thread -- DISREGARD!!! I apologize. Found it. Sorry. nm
Complete thread -- Child w/ cleft palate. Unsure of word describing jaw. Psm thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It was C.C. Forbes. Thanks.
Complete thread -- yes, beta hCG
Complete thread -- Beta hCGs?
Complete thread -- ______ instrument was used ....??
Complete thread -- don't usually do GYN-help please- s/l BA sin Ts were negative.
Complete thread -- removal of the?
Complete thread -- OMG, Darlene! You just google and copy and paste whether it makes sense or not.
Complete thread -- central canal and foraminal stenosis, - which initially ? were used?
Complete thread -- You know, that is my worst problem with this job. I overthink every little word
Complete thread -- What the heck does that have to do with OP's question? You've given OP info about a convic
Complete thread -- thanks, thought that except for the rest that I am hearing
Complete thread -- foraminal stenosis was achieved _______ to palpate superiorly and inferiorly
Complete thread -- Maybe Pentasa, which is rxd for ulcerative colitis?
Complete thread -- laminectomy with *rule of the* right L5 hemilaminar
Complete thread -- med s/l pentasosilin
Complete thread -- found this, not sure if what is needed sm & how to find 4 next time
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- folic acid, probiotic, multivitamin, magnesium, and *cananodin*
Complete thread -- you're trying too hard again, acdaca. Really is just fine
Complete thread -- 22-year-old male who is a floor hand at s/l CT forbes. This is in Pennsylvania.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "was closely monitored and hemoglobin..."
Complete thread -- CBC was _____, her hemoglobin remained stable
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, I hear it now. It's the frequent flyer eh eh eh guy here.
Complete thread -- Im having a hard time because there is not enough leading into the ___. I do not even
Complete thread -- He is stumbling as he usually does. I would say she is complaining
Complete thread -- Could be, thanks. I was thinking really but you can hear the ily.
Complete thread -- Text doesn't match wav.
Complete thread -- ? readily
Complete thread -- with normal differential ??
Complete thread -- count 317,000 with *normal descending cell* Sodium 136
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l to me "She sort of said because....."
Complete thread -- The correct wav is there.
Complete thread -- Her CBC was _____, her hemoglobin remained stable.
Complete thread -- SS disease with a *high frequency level*
Complete thread -- I am hearing a WAV about shortness of breath, wheezing, etc.
Complete thread -- She ____ because she is complaining of epigastric pain as well as odynophagia.
Complete thread -- No need to be sorry. I was just pointing you in the right direction. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks... just Googled serene and did not find
Complete thread -- If you google serene supplement, you may find something.
Complete thread -- med s/l serene
Complete thread -- locked suture...incision primarily. A second imbricating suture of Lembert was used...
Complete thread -- Thx so much for catching that. Any luck with the s/l?
Complete thread -- imbricating...
Complete thread -- Running lock suture of 2-0 Vicryl was used to close uterine incision smg
Complete thread -- Nucynta ?
Complete thread -- He does not need to take his new ** sinta **for this.
Complete thread -- Ah . . you guys are awesome. More coffee needed for me.
Complete thread -- Robinul?
Complete thread -- Child with brain injury, G-tube, hx of respiratory problems sm
Complete thread -- wonder if actually saying "with intermittent EEG monitoring by available staff?
Complete thread -- ? intermittent
Complete thread -- Which word fits? Not sure what he's trying to say . . .
Complete thread -- Got it - teichopsia - thx anyway
Complete thread -- Patient has migraine....with transient blurring of vision but no (s/l) "tocopy"
Complete thread -- I figured that she must mean something else, but will have to flag since she does say
Complete thread -- Found it, it's LaRoque
Complete thread -- If bowel has to be resected, will probably end up with a s/l le roque
Complete thread -- might be meaning clunk test --sm
Complete thread -- I would do 10/325 mg
Complete thread -- Dictated Percocet 10 mg 325. Should this be written the usual way
Complete thread -- Ortho exam: Patellar tilt and s/l "thumb test" is negative??
Complete thread -- LOL. I have to say, if doctors cared about the accuracy of their
Complete thread -- If you can verify it with a reliable reference, sure. If not....
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- and supplemental oxygen
Complete thread -- be receive???
Complete thread -- ...after that she started to experience progressive shortness of breath, etc.
Complete thread -- She will be receive Levaquin, inhale bronchodilators, intravenous ster ...
Complete thread -- She states that after that she _________ progressive shortness of brea ...
Complete thread -- see inside
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Complete thread -- Hmm... it could sound like McMurney's. Think I may have to flag it...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- #3 complemented with
Complete thread -- See if you can hear McMurray.
Complete thread -- Sports Med - knee exam - s/l "McBurney's" ...
Complete thread -- to look at his vertebral arteries and his cerebellum. ____ electrolytes. See msg
Complete thread -- There is some cerebellar dysmetria on exam, which raises the concern f ...
Complete thread -- We will obtain an MRI and MRA to _________ vertebral arteries in the c ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- when he moves his eyes
Complete thread -- she has pulses 1+ bilaterally
Complete thread -- dorsalis pedis pulses are
Complete thread -- He has nystagmus when he moves the ___ to the right with a rotatory component
Complete thread -- EXTREMITIES: Normal muscle bulk, __________ 1+ bilaterally. No perip ...
Complete thread -- He has nystagmus. His ______ with _________ component. ...
Complete thread -- It was a sounds-like, but I gave up and sent in the blank. Thx
Complete thread -- Is that the exact dictation? Maybe "plus"?
Complete thread -- Newborn with trisomy-13 and *plushy* postaxial polydactyly?
Complete thread -- Found hits for "Xyotax" chemotherapy on Google, try that
Complete thread -- 12 cycles of s/l xyotax chemotherapy. is that brand or generic ...
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- tailor
Complete thread -- no mp3
Complete thread -- Wait for bacterial speciation and _____antibiotics appropriately. ...
Complete thread -- FENa = fractional excretion of sodium
Complete thread -- The patient will have a _________calculated and she is being empirical ...
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- TP is status post "gastro-J and jejuno-J".. is this is okay?
Complete thread -- VZV (varicella-zoster virus)
Complete thread -- s/l CVZ- laboratory workup pls sm tyia
Complete thread -- using a standard microsurgical technique s/l "with offers" to remove the lesion as on
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I put the log, but left a blank on the second one as I could not tell if
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I put the log, but left a blank on the second one as I could not tell if
Complete thread -- sorry, I meant to post this as a separate line..not as a comment to this poster
Complete thread -- apparently yes to INTR...see link..scan down to green highlight
Complete thread -- I looked at all of these and I think log is possibly right, but second one, I cant even
Complete thread -- thanks... i knew it was something easy.. just had
Complete thread -- HIV-1 QT (log 10 copies/ml). ?
Complete thread -- best I could find, see links
Complete thread -- for the first one it would seem to be ...HIV-1 RNA QT log...see link
Complete thread -- Listing labs. HIV-1 RNA s/l Q-T-L-O-G" less than 1.7. HIV-1 RNA PCR less than 48.
Complete thread -- "chuckle"they do say this too."thank you for dictating this report."
Complete thread -- would think "purposeful"
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I think that is it. He says it so fast I cant get an ending sound, but I was looking that
Complete thread -- see link...??ventral??
Complete thread -- Patient had some free fluid in the s/l "vented" portion of her pelvis.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I was thinking that too.
Complete thread -- I would make it "a 3-pack-a-day smoker."
Complete thread -- Sorry Bears, I was rooting for you!
Complete thread -- :oD WOW!
Complete thread -- yeah, his "consulting physician" is the "requesting physician."
Complete thread -- She was a 3 pack a "dayer" for 40 years. Umm, how should this be"? 3 pack a day
Complete thread -- you mean I'm *not* a "dictationist"?!
Complete thread -- You are my new hero ;)
Complete thread -- It is Neer...see link
Complete thread -- What/who is Meer....? (See message)
Complete thread -- LOL!! Oh yeah, I have had that before too. Or the PA who says "This is Joe transcribing
Complete thread -- yes, he is the consultant, the attending, is the attending...and you're transcribing, SM
Complete thread -- Question about consulting physician. The doc dictating the consult would be the
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- I see hits on Google for metal suppression protocol with CT scans.
Complete thread -- I see hits on Google for metal suppression protocol with CT scans.
Complete thread -- found this sm (can google.com your phrase also)
Complete thread -- how many seconds?, forgot that. How "stupid" how stupid! go away
Complete thread -- s/l metal supression - sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- stellar, but
Complete thread -- mp3 posted pls
Complete thread -- my 2 cents sm
Complete thread -- I'm not surprised in this weather..14 degrees..not funny really but...
Complete thread -- SHe is overweight and has ondynophagia.a.a.a Can you give sm
Complete thread -- The patient was found outside, wandering around without his feet on. :O
Complete thread -- She ____ because she is complaining of epigastric pain
Complete thread -- I'd leave as is. You only put a comma before "and" if combining two complete sentences.
Complete thread -- I'd say potassium is a med. Many patients have to take potassium if they're on a diuretic.
Complete thread -- Googling potassium allergy seems to show that one could be allergic to specific suplements
Complete thread -- no, those are all findings on the radiographs. no period.
Complete thread -- too much or too little potassium is very problematic; can die.
Complete thread -- August. Unfortunately, she failed a stress test, and had to have sm
Complete thread -- thanks, thats what I thought.. Can potasium be an allergy? I'm trying to figure out where
Complete thread -- Yes, sulfa is usually a component of meds, but list it sm
Complete thread -- You are allergic to the family of drugs known as sulfa; sulfa is not a drug itself.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. Moving on.
Complete thread -- Doc runs from meds, "TriCor, calcium, eye drops, Lipitor, multivitamins, potassium,"
Complete thread -- What would you do with this "sentence"?
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- You need a period rather than a comma after fx lines and then a period w/new sm
Complete thread -- lol...I guess I got hung up on thinking it was only a nutritional drink.
Complete thread -- can you please repost.. thanks
Complete thread -- my apologies for whatever reason I unfortunately did not see below posted wav. thanks for
Complete thread -- It's not. This goes with the post with meds above
Complete thread -- The wav is too soft to hear, and I'm not even sure it's a match to this post...?
Complete thread -- scratch Motrin - Hytrin
Complete thread -- sure would and would also use a comma after fixation
Complete thread -- ensure was correct. Insure is to provide coverage
Complete thread -- Pradaxa 75 mg, ? Motrin ___, calcium 550 mg.
Complete thread -- no comma
Complete thread -- correction - insure
Complete thread -- You posted your wav over an unanswered post below. In the
Complete thread -- please help with medications, wav posted
Complete thread -- patient with a history of rotator cuff repair x 2 undergoing
Complete thread -- would you put in a comma after fracture?
Complete thread -- fixation of this using...
Complete thread -- ouch
Complete thread -- knotless but not sure about the "user"
Complete thread -- After secure fixation of the *user* Arthrex *nutless* anchors
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- rectus
Complete thread -- There was a hamartoma along the left *trexus* muscle.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- dys/dis and congruence/congruency. incongruent would be better, but depending on your.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l discongruency - sm
Complete thread -- TPs transverse processes
Complete thread -- to the tips of the *tee pees* from T12 through L5
Complete thread -- thanks, y'all.
Complete thread -- flagged, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone, for your time and effort. No city was given, and I certainly cannot put
Complete thread -- capsaicin?
Complete thread -- med s/l catcyan for finger pain?
Complete thread -- P.S. I put the link inside if you want to search further yourself
Complete thread -- I'm in work avoidance mode, so I looked at all the licensed MDs in
Complete thread -- Is a city given ?
Complete thread -- she did not sleep well and, so something
Complete thread -- If they spell it and I cannot find it, I put it in quotes and go with it.
Complete thread -- PCP in Pennsylvania. Dr. spells this as Dr. Jane Mareco (cannot find any Mareco).
Complete thread -- posted wav
Complete thread -- moving on thanks
Complete thread -- MP3 file, The hospital is East Georgia Regional
Complete thread -- Here is a link to help. I did not get copied all I wanted to on above post
Complete thread -- These are normal spirometry readings. Can't find anything like ADB
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- looking up those medications, I'd say yes. 5 rounds of epinephrine, vasopressin (usually
Complete thread -- That is weird. At first I thought he meant rounds for times, but he says defibrillated
Complete thread -- What "rounds" and dosages go with what?
Complete thread -- Duh...I must be brain dead this morning. Thanks a bunch!! nm
Complete thread -- Fortical
Complete thread -- med s/l Forical sm
Complete thread -- If that is what he dictated, then I certainly would type it (see message).
Complete thread -- guess so.
Complete thread -- thanx ...
Complete thread -- Doctor dictates clearly supratrochanteric bursa. Would you use this word?
Complete thread -- saddle anesthesia.
Complete thread -- Review of systems: Essentially unremarkable. He does report occasion ...
Complete thread -- spirometry help...
Complete thread -- What's wrong with the patient? PMH, current DX, etc....
Complete thread -- Drug help
Complete thread -- not enough context of what was dictated before that.
Complete thread -- sepsis or SIRS (systemic inflammatory response) maybe?
Complete thread -- I then discussed the case with Dr. X, the attending for the ICU, who ...
Complete thread -- a-men!
Complete thread -- The helpers here make your reports look/sound so professional that
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Complete thread -- and received, not 'was' and 'received' received 9 stitches ...home with parents
Complete thread -- discharged home with parents with referral
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Complete thread -- was seeing her school guidance (not saying)
Complete thread -- but is this matches the sentence ? ...
Complete thread -- She came to the ER and was received 9 stitches and was discharged home ...
Complete thread -- infrequently.
Complete thread -- She had not recently been involved in outpatient psychiatric treatment ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ohhh, that the father ended the therapy because he could not financially afford it.
Complete thread -- briefly started therapy
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- the father ENDED therapy, not "the father and the therapy"
Complete thread -- she briefly followed ? therapy at .. no clue on the rest. sry
Complete thread -- on PINS -- Person In Need of Supervision (PINS) Probation
Complete thread -- and the advocacy center... with the advocacy center OR ...
Complete thread -- She was discharged with followup appointment with Tompkins County Ment ...
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Complete thread -- The patient is currently on ___________related to school truancy runni ...
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Complete thread -- I think he was correcting himself and it should just be continues to merit
Complete thread -- deficient?
Complete thread -- She continues to ________ to merits inpatient level of care for evalua ...
Complete thread -- </PROGNOSIS/> Guarded, given her __________ personality lev ...
Complete thread -- hmsbounty, your moniker is so FINE, SO fine!!!
Complete thread -- Intermittent peritoneal dialysis. IPJ
Complete thread -- Thank you soooooo much!
Complete thread -- Thanks. What do you think about the ;? ...
Complete thread -- concomitant
Complete thread -- conconimant infection?
Complete thread -- see answer already given at 18:11
Complete thread -- that was received for his disability from the railroad, you paid off the land
Complete thread -- Gerber's Lift off test sm
Complete thread -- from the settlement that *___ received for his disability from the Rai ...
Complete thread -- Yep, that's what I mostly heard, "American," not "Liggett & Myers," the co. my dad worked
Complete thread -- Sold to the highest bidder!
Complete thread -- (Go, baby!...20*!(*^G-%@##)^__)(*F...."SOLD, American"
Complete thread -- Thanks found it on google, have new ENT specialist typing for new to terms!
Complete thread -- is there such a thing as diclofenac potassium?
Complete thread -- when I typed "clofenac" into the search at FDA site all I came up with was diclofenac.
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure she really wants to be an auctioneer.
Complete thread -- analgesic for otitis externa.... s/l tenicoclofenac?? potassium
Complete thread -- thanks! entire finger sounds a lot better than "flat tire" which is all I could hear!
Complete thread -- too fast 4 me! oops
Complete thread -- I thought I heard something about "entire finger except the tip"
Complete thread -- (after "using" I hear 4 syllables, last 2 of which s/l "tar fan," but that's a WEAK wag!
Complete thread -- "...improved using....." (is all I can hear on 1st pass)
Complete thread -- LOL, I was confuddled too. If the above sentence had been included
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- s/l taller sleeves - sm
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- ORTHOTEERS: Shoulder ExaminationNeer's sign: Hold scapula down, pronate forearm and flexio
Complete thread -- sounds right. thanks!
Complete thread -- posted it again. did the best I could to stretch it out a bit.
Complete thread -- hornblower's is 1 word
Complete thread -- (What I "wince" at need not be so abstruse; it need only be something I don't know!:-)
Complete thread -- Kadian?
Complete thread -- I believe it is okay, a negative Gerber,.....
Complete thread -- you're scaring me LOL!
Complete thread -- (Oh, you poor, dear, thing! Going now to study!!:-)
Complete thread -- to my ear, the voice file was entirely too short. I couldn't orient myself in the text.
Complete thread -- s/l negative gerber - sm
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!! That makes more sense now. Mgt - I didn't make sense to me either. sm
Complete thread -- (Thanks! I like Vera Pyle's distinctions, despite my rare exposure to her words during
Complete thread -- even better..Vera Pyle puts it best...."tract - a collection of nerve fibers, - NM
Complete thread -- Track would be a pathway, tract the collection of tissues or organs surrounding a pathway
Complete thread -- (a faint "rule of thumb": "tract" if a single line, "track" if double parallel lines like
Complete thread -- This one explains it better Thiazolidinediones TZD
Complete thread -- "Track versus tract" please see inside
Complete thread -- (sorry! I have no more sleeve stripes to turn in! SM
Complete thread -- (Woo Hoo for the "home team"! :-)
Complete thread -- hmmm. thanks, lemme add that to my list
Complete thread -- It is a child! Woo hoo! That must be it!
Complete thread -- Lantus (glargine) + link
Complete thread -- thiazolidinedione (TZD)?
Complete thread -- (what a pissaroo! My condolences!:-)
Complete thread -- please pardon spelling error: bilumenal cannula/catheter.
Complete thread -- MANY times an artery is cannulated with a biluminal cannula, a dual-lumen cannula.
Complete thread -- It certainly could, especially if pt=a child.(Thymuses shrink as pt ages.)
Complete thread -- Diabetes and TCD
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you!! (OK, where must I turn in the stripes on my sleeve??LOL! :-)
Complete thread -- So, would that be a partial excision of the thymus?
Complete thread -- hemi-thymectomy ?
Complete thread -- Is there such a thing as a bi-arterial cannula?
Complete thread -- "hemi-fie-mectomy"?? (sorry if this is a duplicate post...)
Complete thread -- the other one is pioglitazone
Complete thread -- (nm = genius! :-) (can you get the "liff-Frantz" part as well??)
Complete thread -- (nm = genius! :-) (can you get the "liff-Frantz" part as well??)
Complete thread -- (congrats, nm!! :-)
Complete thread -- Never mind...found one - Tiagabine 4 mg daily. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Med list: "s/l Ti-gaf-fine" 40 mg daily and "tia-blid-i-sone" 30 mg daily.
Complete thread -- You are tooooo smart. Thank you so much. Brief run it was:)
Complete thread -- let me relisten.. thank you very much.
Complete thread -- brief run?
Complete thread -- s/l possible b-frun of atrial flutter?
Complete thread -- IP catheter?
Complete thread -- s/l "peak head" or maybe "pee-ked" catheter
Complete thread -- My apologies..
Complete thread -- IOW, it is a transabdominis plexus (TAP) block, not a (TAPB).
Complete thread -- I would give him what he says, but the (TAP) goes before the word block
Complete thread -- Exactly!
Complete thread -- I said I CAN find transabdominal plane block. He says "transabdominis plexus block" and
Complete thread -- She says she finds that, but I think she means transabdominis plexus was dictated.
Complete thread -- Are you saying that transabdominis plexus was dictated and not plane?
Complete thread -- and also TAP block for pain brings up: Transversus Abdominis Plane (TAP) Block
Complete thread -- I don't understand you cant find it...google is full of transabdominal plane block
Complete thread -- transabdominis plexus block (TAP) Is this acceptable?
Complete thread -- ?diu - death in utero at 36 weeks
Complete thread -- Ah, just got it as I listened a final time -- mirtazapine.
Complete thread -- NM, will flag. Stat note and need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Discharge meds. Number one *mull-tie-factin* 30 mg p.o. at bedtime for depression.
Complete thread -- Visqueen?
Complete thread -- with history of stroke?
Complete thread -- yes, maybe something intrauterine, but think I will flag it
Complete thread -- the d-i-u part, is separate as in letters????
Complete thread -- the whole end of the sentence is off whack a medial fragment with (seems it
Complete thread -- ESL doc, no idea what he means her, referring to pregnancy complication sm
Complete thread -- Those are good suggestions. I really hear a hard o for stroke, though. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Nope. I just do his OP reports so I don't have any history.
Complete thread -- on the side where it struck?
Complete thread -- s/l bisqueen or visqueen drape (ORIF and percutaneous pinning of neck fracture)
Complete thread -- Is there ANY mention of a stroke in patient's history???
Complete thread -- with soft tissue swelling?
Complete thread -- Exactly! Maybe the stroke thing is just random? That the ankle
Complete thread -- what's a stroke got to do with the ankle fracture? confusing at the least.
Complete thread -- can't post wav...thanks for the input :)
Complete thread -- perhaps no injuries 'found' on him at that time.
Complete thread -- OP report: He says s/l on site or side of stroke
Complete thread -- cruces?
Complete thread -- and if the quotes are that of the patient, I'd say go with it.
Complete thread -- If that is the patient's description, that is the patient's description. Hard to say.
Complete thread -- yes, thanks.
Complete thread -- feeling of "scalloping" in the skin - Thanks for the help
Complete thread -- laparoscopic adhesiolysis???
Complete thread -- obgyn word help - sm
Complete thread -- oh ok thanks
Complete thread -- doubly incontinent - meaning both urine and stool
Complete thread -- It would be 28-gauge lancet, sheesh...
Complete thread -- LOL! No, not the above...
Complete thread -- s/l doubly? incontinence
Complete thread -- 28 gm lancet for blood sampling?
Complete thread -- Will flag.
Complete thread -- Will flag.
Complete thread -- Going to flag as can't get that. Maybe he's mauling it but I don't know this doc well
Complete thread -- google Penfield forward dissector
Complete thread -- In numbered med list: *lansit* 28 grams use as directed. Male pt
Complete thread -- micro pin field forward dissector?
Complete thread -- Oh, I'll go back and listen for that. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Insulin glargine *100 units inject 45 units* under the skin at bedtime.
Complete thread -- See the link above, there is documentation for BBCG
Complete thread -- No imaging is all I can think of.
Complete thread -- "the" is what I'm coming up with, Big thanks, Oasis
Complete thread -- Admitted for a fall. However, there was no *injuries* done on him at that time.
Complete thread -- Okay, here is some documentation for BBCG. see message and link
Complete thread -- "never had THE BCG vaccine" "or never had DEE (as in the) BCG vaccine"
Complete thread -- tuberculosis vaccine, s/l BBCG but findings BCG and DBCG, any help on which one
Complete thread -- Roaming makes no sense anyway and rooming would be
Complete thread -- Ah! Thanks! Doc says it so I can hear it both ways. I'll go with yours. : )
Complete thread -- Thanks, that is it!
Complete thread -- rooming
Complete thread -- Psychiatric checkup note. Pt sober for 3 years. Has bipolar mood
Complete thread -- Watson
Complete thread -- s/l selvain may be Seldane sm (don't guess though)
Complete thread -- Thanks !
Complete thread -- senescence
Complete thread -- Reyataz?
Complete thread -- ? Renacidin
Complete thread -- Have to send on, but would still like to know for future reference. Thanks
Complete thread -- irrigating solution s/l romasitin
Complete thread -- In list of meds s/l Vilitaz sm
Complete thread -- chelation
Complete thread -- but were you thinking acute (A in the AGE) gastroenteritis? It is in the medlexicon above.
Complete thread -- Patient with sickle cell crisis, will be given iron s/l "cueing" treatments.
Complete thread -- Tp is dealing with family members who have been ill or approaching
Complete thread -- ear s/l crucis Thanks for the help
Complete thread -- Nevermind, need to go on. I think I will flag.
Complete thread -- plastic surgery for a burn wound - sl "Wep-son blade"
Complete thread -- I was thinking gastroenteritis, too. This doc likes to make anything into an abbreviation.
Complete thread -- Some days
Complete thread -- acute gastroenteritis?
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- i think it is 2 words, just as if he had said one day. but, others may disagree. I think
Complete thread -- She has always been someone whose bowels are regular or predictable. S ...
Complete thread -- Cherocol
Complete thread -- Patient with cough.
Complete thread -- UR right I am just gonna flag this one.
Complete thread -- I think it's going to be a guess whatever you put, so
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you so very much sm I really appreciate all of your help!
Complete thread -- It sounds OK to me. No need for a comma there, in my opinion.
Complete thread -- pls help with 1 question about punctuation, and 1 question about the sentence
Complete thread -- thanks. it was a s/l like any other. I don't get their point.
Complete thread -- ortho note help w/ medication/allergy s/l selvain? tried all type of ways of
Complete thread -- Job well done! Good thing you didn't follow the advice of the others!
Complete thread -- AAMT BOS says you can ignore idiosyncratic spellings. Where I work
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- you have both gm and g
Complete thread -- trough .....trough of 15 to 20
Complete thread -- INFUSE bone graft substitute. or Infuse? or InFUSE? finding all 3.
Complete thread -- I will give an additional 1.5 gm for a total of 2.5 gm load which refl ...
Complete thread -- found this, did not open & not at all familiar. See what you think sm
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- ahh she just hit the wrong key, she knows it geez. Tight space here
Complete thread -- I agree, me toooooo nm
Complete thread -- her antihistamine
Complete thread -- activities. She has knitted gardening gloves,
Complete thread -- She does wear a variety of gloves around the year for different activi ...
Complete thread -- She will continue to use ____________histamine and then add the Flonas ...
Complete thread -- medication for cardiovascular management...s/l Trindeen?
Complete thread -- Thank you. I guess I am going ot have to flag this one. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- I think he is trying to say they have only so far tested
Complete thread -- Your other post had: sm
Complete thread -- Effient is it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Can anyone make sense of this sentence? I have working on it for a while now. sm
Complete thread -- Effient?
Complete thread -- well, I think it is vital capacity.
Complete thread -- my thinking is that it would be a guess and since it is a medication, no guesses allowed.
Complete thread -- Pulmonary function test:
Complete thread -- Sorry. Having a hard time with this accent.
Complete thread -- That should be "searched" not "seared"
Complete thread -- Ah! Thank you both!!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I see you seared for Google Books. I'm going to give that a try next time.
Complete thread -- not capped--same rule as steri-stripped, etc.
Complete thread -- Thanks. It is what I thought.
Complete thread -- pterygium which is removal of eye growth?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Is "ligaclipped" capitalized when used as a verb?
Complete thread -- pterygium?
Complete thread -- is Benadryl Fastmelts one word and capped? Can't find this.
Complete thread -- No, I think it might just be "episode of" jaundice. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- obstructive jaundice?
Complete thread -- this help? sm
Complete thread -- Which is appropriate for identifing portals for surgery. 4-5 or 4/5 portals?
Complete thread -- complicated by s/l "episa" jaundice and hepatic encephalopathy
Complete thread -- S/L walance and antropods sm
Complete thread -- nevermind - it's NST nm
Complete thread -- OB/GYN help
Complete thread -- UPDATE!! Talked to nurse's station... it is supposed to be Bardex (!) doc can't spell
Complete thread -- I am only finding one Google hit for this word. I have heard the term a couple of times
Complete thread -- Kerlix?
Complete thread -- he then said it was a non-latex catheter
Complete thread -- ok ty to the commanazi......anybody else?
Complete thread -- he spelled and pronounced it again later in report.... :(
Complete thread -- should be a comma after "contrast"
Complete thread -- Omnipaque-300 was injected to demonstrate "epineurogram" with epidurogram.
Complete thread -- Well, shoot. I'm stumped too!
Complete thread -- In the assessment, I wouldn't use an abbreviation. BOS says not to.
Complete thread -- he pronounced it sigh-lex and spelled Silex ??
Complete thread -- Could it be silastic? May be capitalized, so please check!
Complete thread -- Thank you much
Complete thread -- you would only need to expand if acct says no abbreviations....it is not a diagnosis
Complete thread -- doc says Silex? He spells it too...cannot document
Complete thread -- CVP
Complete thread -- Now I can. Thank you.
Complete thread -- NM, flagged and sent.
Complete thread -- Can you hear "Lateral extensor?"
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- fluoro
Complete thread -- I'm beginning to think it's **fluoro**, short for fluroscopy.
Complete thread -- fluoro (x-ray)
Complete thread -- Knees. maturing ecchymosis just inferior to the s/l lays expresser on the left hand s
Complete thread -- s/l **fro** (Someone please?) I'm stuck.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- started metformin due to her *liddy kay* status.
Complete thread -- Hued makes no sense. You cannot use hue/hued alone. It is like tinge. A pink tinge, a
Complete thread -- That makes sense - TY!
Complete thread -- try googling motor impersistence. maybe?
Complete thread -- Well, they are ruling out food allergies, assuming she has had an
Complete thread -- pro-allergic state?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- she was saying superimposed...
Complete thread -- no motor s/l " imperceptance" with tongue movements
Complete thread -- suspected lung CA...air-space disease may represent s/l "two form coze" pneumonia
Complete thread -- I don't know what PIN is, but pan- is a prefix that means all, entire, everything,
Complete thread -- yes, that is our job;clipped, run on sentences, U/have a cognitive problem yr after yr.
Complete thread -- I should have know that one. Too easy. Thanks so much. nm
Complete thread -- right *S/L PIN OR PAN* brachial plexopathy ? ...
Complete thread -- Florid
Complete thread -- S/L plorid sm
Complete thread -- saying acyanotic maybe?
Complete thread -- or even previous rather than prejudice?
Complete thread -- could with prejudice AVN= with presence of AVN
Complete thread -- s/l cho-lith-ostia with prejudice AVN
Complete thread -- That's what I'll do!
Complete thread -- HEENT: Clear conjunctivae. Mouth reveals moist, s/l a-sonic" mucous membranes.
Complete thread -- Not really much difference, but I would go with what is dictated.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I wasn't have any luck with this one.
Complete thread -- CIN2 to 3 ..ECC = endocervical curetting (biopsy) 3 o'clock position biopsy
Complete thread -- Pap. CIN 2/3 s/l "of the ECC as well as the three o'clock position. "
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Many DO dictate equally round though.
Complete thread -- So, even if equally is dictated, it's not what they really mean?
Complete thread -- off subject: Pupils were "equal, round," not "equally round."
Complete thread -- Could it be KPS (The Karnofsky Performance Scale Index) see link
Complete thread -- here's a little more of the HEENT PE context
Complete thread -- Karnofsky Performance Scale/Status?-KPS
Complete thread -- dysmorphic facial features
Complete thread -- maybe meant 300 mL? I'd just blank too.
Complete thread -- chemotherapy and radiation depending upon *K P F*
Complete thread -- Thank you...I am giving her a blank because I have no idea what she means.
Complete thread -- Not sure what your question is - are you asking if that is right? No. 3 L more like it.
Complete thread -- sheesh, that's about 100 times too much 3 L is fairly normal, I believe.
Complete thread -- a pH score called Composite pH Score or DeMeester Score has
Complete thread -- DeMeester
Complete thread -- For IV fluids, she dictates 300 liters of crystalloid. Huh?
Complete thread -- actually is quite possible (see link) but best to flag if not sure.
Complete thread -- s/l *demista scores*. Please sm and thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you! That was my first impression, then I though... nah.
Complete thread -- Oh, okay! I was viewing at 150%. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- all comers-all who come
Complete thread -- No, this got flagged anyway.
Complete thread -- all comers, (everyone)
Complete thread -- Stumped with this probable non-medical word. BC pt. Please s/m.
Complete thread -- anastomosis?
Complete thread -- a rent in the colon and the edges were compromised, so ... and you might
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- not sure about that as far as location though, rectosigmoid is
Complete thread -- Can't help you if you don't work with the helpers. :(
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- oops... flagging
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- rectosigmoid?
Complete thread -- I thank you,--this same doc referred to strabismus as stismosis :( ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- right hemicolectomy *a forestic* about 4 inches
Complete thread -- ASIS stands for anterior superior illiac spine
Complete thread -- peritoneum and *retrosiggly*
Complete thread -- plafond
Complete thread -- palong injury?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes, that is it- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l heeler teeler bed
Complete thread -- ? Carrell-Girard screw
Complete thread -- Carrell-Girard
Complete thread -- medial to the *assis *
Complete thread -- Zithromax
Complete thread -- kidney *mason* balloon dissector
Complete thread -- facet?
Complete thread -- facet?
Complete thread -- anteriorly with a *carol derodge screw* and bone hook.
Complete thread -- MRI shows significant obliteration of the s/l "fallet" in the left neural foramen.
Complete thread -- I think is saying, a plan was made to bring the patient back
Complete thread -- He is a healthy, moderately obese, tall-appearing gentleman.
Complete thread -- nematode?
Complete thread -- I won't (not want) ...based on the lack of ...and wouldn't select full duty. Is this like
Complete thread -- Would you kindly give me the sentence the way you'd type it?
Complete thread -- I want "comes rule" based on the lack of physical therapy and core strength and would
Complete thread -- imipenem,? Might want to check cap rules on genus names standing alone, (citrobacter)
Complete thread -- Possible "anematone"infection in pt who travels to Mexico. Word is repeated and s/l
Complete thread -- Thanks! Will go with arising, but the other one I'm not sure I can quite get. : )
Complete thread -- sorry, my bad. healthy is an adj.. but moderately is an adverb. Yes with healthy, no wit
Complete thread -- Yes, that's likely it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- healthy is an adverb, adverbs are not hyphenated in compound modifiers. moderately is same
Complete thread -- med s/l emipriman
Complete thread -- Guesswork at best, we cannot "interpret" things not given us, and it is not a clipped
Complete thread -- arising makes sense to me....#3-after treatment, at 6 months, ?
Complete thread -- He is a healthy-, moderately obese-, tall-appearing gentleman.
Complete thread -- Rocephin was given and *this moyt max* also was given
Complete thread -- *ah, the mih-tis* - ? adenomatous
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- About 3 s/l in this post....ESL just giving me trouble! Pt in OR for rectal mass.
Complete thread -- Maybe the second sentence is WITH aldacton and lasix, renal function improved.
Complete thread -- The urine culture _____
Complete thread -- ? admitted to ICU and we will watch her diabetes?
Complete thread -- She was admitted to ICU. _____ diabetes.
Complete thread -- ooops, excuse my misspelling - bb is correct.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- arthridities
Complete thread -- arthritides.
Complete thread -- He has no "s/l arth-rid-a-dees*; all joints are normal.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think she's saying...
Complete thread -- full Peri-Pad, about a third saturated
Complete thread -- The OP gave this: sm Makes perfect sense. Need to know how to interpret, not much reword
Complete thread -- it was a full Peri-Pad about a third saturated.
Complete thread -- It was a full Peri-Pad, about a third saturated, no clots.
Complete thread -- redundant electrode was coiled posterior to the IPG. This was placed in the pocket. A 2-0
Complete thread -- well, thanks OP, for helping us out here.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- She had been wearing a pad for an hour and it was a _____________satur ...
Complete thread -- was coiled posterior to the IPG??...used to *secure* the IPG to the underlying
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- oops. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ????
Complete thread -- IOW, less extremity swelling, which was due to (hued) aldactone and Lasix?
Complete thread -- Could they possibly mean less rather than lower? Had less extremity swelling due to aldact
Complete thread -- dusky hue makes sense, chaning it to dusky-hued (if dictated) would too, but hued (alone)
Complete thread -- a period why? None of this makes any sense. can you make a coherent answer>?
Complete thread -- MNS
Complete thread -- okay, I didn't look at it like that
Complete thread -- WHAT? The patient had lower extremity. Swelling, dusky hue, Aldactone and Lasix...
Complete thread -- I was responding to THIS how does that relate to the aldactone and Lasix that follow the b
Complete thread -- were slid into and torque tightened
Complete thread -- Redundant electrode _____ IPG was placed in the pocket and
Complete thread -- what in the heck are you talking about?
Complete thread -- s/l torch tightness
Complete thread -- I don't get your problem? Sounds like his plans after leaving his medications blah, blah,
Complete thread -- because PERIOD after lower extremity swelling which was hued*
Complete thread -- how far do you go when something just doesn't sound right but it's what doc said?
Complete thread -- which was due to? (though you would think it would be the opposite)
Complete thread -- you're looking fo a synonym for "which was treated with aldactone and Lasix."
Complete thread -- actually "sm" above.
Complete thread -- how does that relate to the aldactone and Lasix that follow the blank in the sentence?
Complete thread -- and eschewed aldactone and Lasix?
Complete thread -- here are the results of your posts SM
Complete thread -- yes, hued, giving what the skin looks/color like sm
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- may be cutting off 1st part? pulsed wave? (this is mode used)
Complete thread -- The patient also had lower extremity swelling *which was hued* aldactone and Lasix
Complete thread -- finding CD-IOP which is chemical dependency intensive outpatient program.
Complete thread -- it's IOP CD (Intensive Outpatient Program for Chemical Dependency)
Complete thread -- There is also a Sexual Assault Advocate (SAA)
Complete thread -- you should only get the "click here to post" if you have something in the Link box.
Complete thread -- detox admission - s/l IOPCV or IOPC veeter
Complete thread -- That just might be it! Thanks - sending to QA as want to know for sure but thank you! nm
Complete thread -- Thanks, BB, but I press "send" and it will not allow me to do so in message box.
Complete thread -- there are a few, but this might work best in your context, s/m
Complete thread -- This is an endovascular embolization procedure for dural AVMs. The in ...
Complete thread -- the message box is a "textarea" instead of "text" so it's several lines high SM
Complete thread -- not a medical word - sm
Complete thread -- "Say" nurse - probably an abbreviation but not familiar with it sm
Complete thread -- That is jut what I am doing. wasting too muh time on one silly word. Thanks
Complete thread -- NM flagging, not saying hypertrophied
Complete thread -- I looks like CPAP was in 1977. But what in the world does it have to do with sneezing?
Complete thread -- I'd just flag it. The patient is either a poor historian or someone just doesn't know
Complete thread -- I
Complete thread -- I will relisten. Thanks.
Complete thread -- try looking up nasal CPAP in 1976 or 1977. I can't bring up some of the links but finding
Complete thread -- You can't attach wav to text. I still have no idea what your
Complete thread -- I get to another pop-up page that says, click here to post. Nothing happens.
Complete thread -- Why can't I submit post when I type in the message box? Takes it in subject line.
Complete thread -- Need assistance with the vein - s/l _____ cephalic.
Complete thread -- should be doctor says...
Complete thread -- I have dictation on a traumatic brain injury patient and doeizure activity says...sm
Complete thread -- No text to go with wav so have no idea what your question
Complete thread -- Thanks Questyr
Complete thread -- I wonder if it is something like cepac? Nothing is coming to me though. sm
Complete thread -- Thank you so much....I kept talking myself in and out of access LOL
Complete thread -- No...I corrected my typo...not steroids...they are antibiotics and I
Complete thread -- I'd go with access - see link inside
Complete thread -- the *hortorsi* tonsils, sleep apnea, and snoring.
Complete thread -- see link....it would seem access incision
Complete thread -- Yes, I did find that, so it can't be CPAP. weird!!!!
Complete thread -- CPAP was invented in 1981.
Complete thread -- I do not think so. sm
Complete thread -- typo of sorts...I meant Z-Pak, but NOT as in steroids...
Complete thread -- axis incision versus access incision - thanks for the help
Complete thread -- wonder if he is saying Z-Pak as in steroids...but don't use unless sure
Complete thread -- S/L CPAP
Complete thread -- meant ??C-terminal peptides??
Complete thread -- ??terminal??
Complete thread -- S/L *C-tetal peptates* sm thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- JVP
Complete thread -- Change diltiazem to *Bicol* (Baycol dc'd, right?) in light of LV dysfunction.
Complete thread -- Would think he is referring to jugular (venous) pressure. I would use it. IMO
Complete thread -- Perfect.
Complete thread -- Can't find this either. (Don't normally do cardio, filling in).
Complete thread -- Just sent WAV file. .
Complete thread -- okay - thanks
Complete thread -- Nilstat drops (nystatin)
Complete thread -- Cancer patient w/dry mouth. Taking oral diflucan and *nealstad* drops. sm
Complete thread -- The Surgical Word Book lists a Hayman dilator
Complete thread -- I had a radiologist tell me a noun could be used as an
Complete thread -- dilated to 24 French with Hayman's
Complete thread -- titrating??
Complete thread -- wonder if it could mean "previously opened" since they are removing
Complete thread -- no problems with "tentorning* on warfarin. nm
Complete thread -- "He tried a trial of "s/l tacid." (Please Help. Thank you).
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- See above where it says MedLexicon? Put in JVD and see what it gives you.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- distention...The archives are a great source of information.
Complete thread -- jugular venous distention (is this how we are supposed to type distention or
Complete thread -- laminar spreader?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- fully expose the subtalar joint where *laminar spurs* were placed
Complete thread -- We placed an incision on the *P O* region posteriorly
Complete thread -- wav was there, but gone now. Couldn't understand what he said !
Complete thread -- Avodart 0.5 mg daily, *burisol* 10 mg orally b.i.d ...
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray, interstitial ____ on his PEG and then we
Complete thread -- thanks Jax
Complete thread -- Eating well
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks! I missed the double 's' sound
Complete thread -- safely
Complete thread -- wav help - At this point, it is very small to perform a thoracentesis ___, especially
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I would transcribe: Urinalysis, PSA normal . (i.e., 2 separate things)
Complete thread -- urinalysis PSA/TSA normal. is there an abbreviation that would sound like this done
Complete thread -- Obviously! Thanx. ...
Complete thread -- psychotherapy?
Complete thread -- I have sent her to psychiatry as well as s/l segratherapy but more spe ...
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- According to BoS, whichever is dictated.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- tibial (adjective) fracture. fracture of the tibia (noun).
Complete thread -- At this point, really doesn't matter. Can't defend wrong answers.
Complete thread -- I would agree with tibia.
Complete thread -- would it be tibiaL fracture or tibia fracture? seeing both on google and such
Complete thread -- Are you saying you posted it in the wrong place? Because it was
Complete thread -- I second this suggestion. One comma only needed.
Complete thread -- thank you both very much
Complete thread -- ...candidate for injection treatment, in which case we would ....
Complete thread -- treatment, in which case, we would...
Complete thread -- is my punct correct here?
Complete thread -- with a new complaint of vaginal and intertriginous yeast infection (he ...
Complete thread -- well-circumscribed, tan-gray, partially encapsulated mass
Complete thread -- not giving the dose 10 Gy at all = Tan-gray. grumous in there As NM posted sm
Complete thread -- That's okay. I just hope the OP didn't use Gy there because it doesn't fit.
Complete thread -- I wasn't typing to you...geeze :(
Complete thread -- and I think he is also saying somthing like grumulous when he means "grumous" ?
Complete thread -- now that'd make sense.
Complete thread -- I know what it is, but why is he using it to describe a lesion! Geeze ..
Complete thread -- The gray (symbol: Gy) is the SI unit of absorbed radiation dose of ionizing radiation
Complete thread -- s/l "tan-gray" to me (the color of the debris)
Complete thread -- makes no sense to me
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- why is he using gray?
Complete thread -- partially encapsulated mass
Complete thread -- check your spelling of debrie - - this is incorrect.
Complete thread -- grumous?
Complete thread -- well-circumscribed encapsulated mass granulomatous debris solid cut
Complete thread -- which showed a well circumscribed 10 Gy partially and _________ mass c ...
Complete thread -- Like this, maybe...anterior, anterior chamfer, posterior and posterior chamfer cuts
Complete thread -- ?Maybe commas--I'm seeing things on google like this: sm
Complete thread -- adding a correction to inside post - 4-in-1, not formalin (ASR did that)
Complete thread -- performed our "anterior anterior chamfer posterior and posterior" chamfer cuts.
Complete thread -- celiac disease (CD) could this be why he is putting pt on it?
Complete thread -- T-type?
Complete thread -- middle ear and a s/l Tee Tat ventilation tube was inserted
Complete thread -- oh. doh!! I kept thinking he was saying someting about "closo p16"
Complete thread -- carboplatin plus a VP16 regimen?
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- anybody ever hear of CD Protonix? he says he will put the patient on CD Protonix 40
Complete thread -- yeah. that's kind of what I was thinking. thanks.
Complete thread -- immediately postoperatively
Complete thread -- PSA ____________was less than 0.1, but began to rise. ...
Complete thread -- Type of anesthesia. S/L archmia MAC. sm
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- see link Oriole ??
Complete thread -- his daughter is at K-5 s/l "oreo lane" in wisconsin....NM
Complete thread -- ? LASIK surgery?
Complete thread -- I would think "on" using the thought process that he is performing
Complete thread -- its an eye surgery..thank u
Complete thread -- s/l it could be simethicone
Complete thread -- did you have something constructive to add to this post?
Complete thread -- PROCEDURES AND STUDIES s/l "TIS-X surgery..SM
Complete thread -- I would leave as is. Assuming this is ROS? Or is it H&P sm
Complete thread -- with the posterior drawer "on" the anterior tibia and tension on the graft
Complete thread -- have you never heard "query" used in a medical report? instead of ? or question?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did flag. I think he's mispronouncing it.
Complete thread -- ps.....patient has no past medical history. sorry. no other info.
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- would you put everything under this heading or a different heading?
Complete thread -- yep, it showed the uterus, so then he can say, query (question/able) fibroid.
Complete thread -- maybe not clear on ultrasound, hence the query
Complete thread -- This would make sense (to me) if ordering ultrasound, but states *ultrasound showed*
Complete thread -- okay...but an ultrasound is done to verify if fibroids are present, not to query..
Complete thread -- to see if he can determine
Complete thread -- s/l tech ron tennis looks like tacrolimus --a guess. Any transplants?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think (hope) this means, ? fibroid (as in questionable).
Complete thread -- I have asked him to pay close attention to the food he eats __________ ...
Complete thread -- question whether there is a fibroid present
Complete thread -- He went off the medicine
Complete thread -- medication he takes for diabetes. ____________ the medicine and slowl ...
Complete thread -- consistent with fibroid.
Complete thread -- do you have a link? What is a query fibroid?
Complete thread -- that appears to deal with spinal surgery.
Complete thread -- Ooooh, you're good. Thanks!
Complete thread -- hemithymectomy
Complete thread -- oops.. med s/l "Tech-ron-tennis" 1 mg.. sm for Dx
Complete thread -- med s/l "
Complete thread -- Not sure it is arterial stick. That is probably correct. But he is saying "anterian" ?
Complete thread -- query fibroid?
Complete thread -- well, it is a word according to the urban dictionary. Never heard of that!
Complete thread -- thymectomy?
Complete thread -- Ultrasound showed globular uterus, "kerrie" fibroid.
Complete thread -- if it is, would need to be undomiciled.
Complete thread -- the patient may have sick contacts, as she is "indomiciled."
Complete thread -- arterial stick?
Complete thread -- *Kospot* cream for erythroderma
Complete thread -- try Google for hemifacetectomy and see if that is it. jgb
Complete thread -- S/L anterior stick sm
Complete thread -- a right hemifimectomy? See message
Complete thread -- only unreliable sources should not be used...there is no
Complete thread -- check these links
Complete thread -- he says 340 mg/m2 and 60 mg/m2
Complete thread -- what type? any other clues?
Complete thread -- I'd still bet it is B... They say things incorrectly all the time. but flag it.
Complete thread -- t/p was given s/l empicycline dose for cancer
Complete thread -- fibrograndular is correct
Complete thread -- careful...there is also fibroglandular. (see link)..so context is very important...are
Complete thread -- are you sure it's not fibroglandular? (maybe just a typo?)
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much!
Complete thread -- fibrograndular
Complete thread -- I would use what he says as either could work. Kinesia is
Complete thread -- Or: Which had ocurred. But I cannot hear *had*. Would make more sense though
Complete thread -- Thanks, billybob. I think the beginning is more like, "which was *apparent* at the...
Complete thread -- which was occurring at the junction of the proximal and distal thirds.
Complete thread -- first states IN and then states OF - which is correct?
Complete thread -- PubMed agrees (888 to 239 hits). I like it better as 2, but go with the evidence.
Complete thread -- see link..postphlebitic is adjective...the noun would be post phlebitis
Complete thread -- I would one word
Complete thread -- No, but thanks. I'm giving him a blank.
Complete thread -- There is such as thing as pneumopericardium BUT it is such
Complete thread -- Med s/l mistolic. Patient has fibrous dyplasia and hypertension. He's not saying
Complete thread -- post phlebitic or postphlebitic?
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav and sm. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Mumbling ESL who is tripping over whatever he's trying to say...
Complete thread -- Wonder could it be..B-N-uh-P was 1384 in October 2010 ??? Trying to
Complete thread -- I don't think the MB index goes that high even when abnormal...I know
Complete thread -- sorry, wasn't here when U posted, but JIC, MB indices?
Complete thread -- NM, will flag. Need to send in now.
Complete thread -- BNP was elevated, 906. *ee-men-dah-sees* was 1384 in October 2010. Pt being
Complete thread -- sorry for the cut/paste-(lazy me). Bellucci scissors.
Complete thread -- Could be Bellucci. I'm going to put that and flag it. Doc will let me know for sure. nm
Complete thread -- Bellucci Micro Ear Scissors ?
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- Based on definition of incisura at OneLook, I would think so.
Complete thread -- ??bandage scissors??
Complete thread -- Think I found it - incisura - sound right???
Complete thread -- s/l bougie scissors. ENT doc talking a mile a minute sm
Complete thread -- Ortho surgery - ankle hardware removal and debridement
Complete thread -- limited?
Complete thread -- a link to get you started? see inside
Complete thread -- On December 15, 2010 biopsies of the left pyriform sinus s/l deforecul ...
Complete thread -- No, but thanks so much for trying. Still can't figure it out!
Complete thread -- family?
Complete thread -- does have s/l "em-a-tee" contact with Somali population.
Complete thread -- that is funny!
Complete thread -- Actually, that is it! Thank you
Complete thread -- Well.. . I forgot he C. anyway. :D
Complete thread -- There is ichthyosis, not really close.
Complete thread -- morbid off-kilter (ASR) brain damage. I'd say.
Complete thread -- thanks. I could have listened 100 times and never heard that!
Complete thread -- s/l ** ecpusis ** ek - PEW - sis
Complete thread -- left occiput? (s/l "owciput" the way he says it) don't hear "but"
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- But I can't find that acronym in any of my reference books ;( LOL
Complete thread -- True. Wonder why the OP couldn't find it?
Complete thread -- Write Source 2000 grammar book indicates this comma
Complete thread -- wav file, is anything there or is this a stutter?
Complete thread -- Agree. Comma makes it clearer that the problem isn't located in the doctor's opinion, LOL.
Complete thread -- And the reason I think it's needed here is because of how he set up
Complete thread -- s/l senogen may be ? Renagel (sevelamer) kidney disease sm
Complete thread -- ASR: "Morbid OBCD."
Complete thread -- thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- apparently yes, see link
Complete thread -- I think it's needed as he dictated.
Complete thread -- doc stated to put a comma before (in) in this sentence but that is Not correct right?
Complete thread -- I give up, he says it slow and like he is not really sure..... like he is guessing how to
Complete thread -- heck, it was JUST answered like 10-11 posts down the page!
Complete thread -- Periods and commas always go inside quotation marks in American.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Wait - you are asking 2 separate questions here. Are you asking about () or""
Complete thread -- see link....substitute crossing?
Complete thread -- always in
Complete thread -- A 17-inch sheath?
Complete thread -- The transverse colon was also followed from the s/l crossage? of the Roux limb up
Complete thread -- in or outside the (.)?
Complete thread -- how about a 45 cm RDC sheath?
Complete thread -- List of meds: s/l "lamontic" Only dx are bipolar and back pain.
Complete thread -- Thanks...moving on.
Complete thread -- 7-French s/l "forty five sim RDC" sheath was advanced to the left common femoral
Complete thread -- ABThera wound VAC placement s/l 1 2 sticky applied
Complete thread -- lol, and there ya have it. :D
Complete thread -- Just to clarify, perifacial
Complete thread -- OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!! You are the best! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I think you want posits...lookup posit and see what you think
Complete thread -- Very much appreciated. :-)
Complete thread -- Schanz. You should have an ortho book and look under pin.
Complete thread -- Per Stedman's Equipment there is an Schanz pin
Complete thread -- well, he is a staunch Republican LOL
Complete thread -- No idea, but just thought perhaps C variant would work?
Complete thread -- s/l Shands or Shaz pin
Complete thread -- could it simply be "perifascial"-type dressing?
Complete thread -- sound right? the 4 s/l posts upon which we will preserve her renal function
Complete thread -- The patient was placed in a *perga* facial type
Complete thread -- epinephrine solution *sea variant*
Complete thread -- thx for looking, flagged. ...
Complete thread -- hysterectomy
Complete thread -- Applied Mepitel, *novelite* and dry sterile dressing
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Thank you for that interesting followup. I miss the days of
Complete thread -- So don't read if you don't like it. I will post here when I want to!!
Complete thread -- I find it kinda silly and unfounded and why he/they want to make it political is typical
Complete thread -- A while back there was a discussion about IUGR and its change
Complete thread -- meant CO2 gas, sorry
Complete thread -- should read: with 4.2 literS of the Co2
Complete thread -- you need to let go. How many times have u posted this here? find somewhere to
Complete thread -- I'd question using the symbol in two places as a hyphen between sm
Complete thread -- And then they act surprised that I am frustrated with them. ???
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Now this is too funny!!
Complete thread -- thanks. that's what i thought. Will have to question QA about this one.
Complete thread -- along with the other medications including
Complete thread -- would correct grammer to "who started the patient on IV antibiotics"
Complete thread -- Makes sense--agree with Questyr
Complete thread -- see link...
Complete thread -- Could he be saying, The protocol was given by Dr M for (to) the patient. ?? Meaning
Complete thread -- *The proto care* was given...
Complete thread -- Lovenox was started and _____ medication including
Complete thread -- where does punctuatuion go - in or out of quotes? I thought punctuation always goes
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I really appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- oooh, I like that even better
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Also, if you follow AAMT guidelines do not use a hyphen
Complete thread -- trocar and sleeve were inserted into the abdomen under
Complete thread -- got it, thinking
Complete thread -- Trochanteric sleeve?
Complete thread -- oops..see link
Complete thread -- see link...PD=posterior descending
Complete thread -- think this regional accent related-Canadian
Complete thread -- please see mg. Cath question.
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- probably really meaning Pyuria is the presence of pus (leukocytes or white blood cells) in
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestions - flagged and sent already
Complete thread -- Er..."she" has
Complete thread -- I thinks he has acute "s/l pyruemia," given her UTI symptoms.
Complete thread -- concretistic - of or relating to concrete representations of abstractions; "a concretistic
Complete thread -- I think I will, saw that name on google, didn't take the time to investigate
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- wav file thanks
Complete thread -- all I can think of is concrete delusional system a guess sm
Complete thread -- bowlegged deformity?
Complete thread -- Mental health exam. No evidence of s/l con kree tite ic delusional system
Complete thread -- ??something bunion deformity?? WAG
Complete thread -- Two layer closure. Paragraph or period?
Complete thread -- can't find s/l but sharing list & link to wound care, may find
Complete thread -- ??Atrac-Tain?? also check spelling
Complete thread -- agree sm on multi layer
Complete thread -- s/l ** billybuggy ** or ** blairbuggy ** deformity
Complete thread -- read my post below about switching to google chrome. Good luck!
Complete thread -- i had that problem and i switched browsers to google chrome. Suddenly, everything went!
Complete thread -- yea, lemme write that one down.
Complete thread -- Two ______ of IUD lot #51002 placed after placenta
Complete thread -- forgot to say, it does seem to be a bit better over a few days now. Think is their servers
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- This has been happening to me a lot the last week too, just hangs ???
Complete thread -- oh that is it thank you
Complete thread -- but I would agree with you, it is weird phrasing, but seemed clearly stated.
Complete thread -- ? Cotrel-Dubousset rod
Complete thread -- hmm, wonder is s/l debusay is Depuy rod. Can google.com + depuy website and look around
Complete thread -- Actitain ? was applied to the medial left ankle
Complete thread -- I find a lot of references to "component separation"-but haven't found Beck. Course-sm
Complete thread -- and there ya go...:)
Complete thread -- I hear "As a rule, the cartilage is determined at the anterior...." but does that make
Complete thread -- As a rule, the cartilages
Complete thread -- s/l*controlled debusay rod*
Complete thread -- I understand that rule as in the BoS, but... okay.
Complete thread -- Great. You're welcome.
Complete thread -- I don't understand why you can go anywhere else, except Google. Sometimes
Complete thread -- NM! This is killing me and taking way too long if I can't do my own
Complete thread -- not hearing WAV but WAG-passed from the field..
Complete thread -- Basically, I can't type in any new sites or go to new sites, but I can
Complete thread -- I'm the one who can't get any search engines to work, so sorry if I'm posting
Complete thread -- septal deviation. ____ determined that the
Complete thread -- the AP is the direction of the x-ray beam, anterior to posterior, through the pelvis.
Complete thread -- Yes, I think that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both...I guess it is my browser? I can get on this site and
Complete thread -- Ty for help. However, on my acct, I have to write out zero. "O" cannot stand "alone," pe
Complete thread -- professional courtesy (do it for free)
Complete thread -- "into itself" ??
Complete thread -- Drain placed after hernia repair was pulled *in till* itself. SM for exact
Complete thread -- is because of your browser, not search engine??? Google is working fine.
Complete thread -- Sometimes I use Yahoo, but very seldom. That's about it-Google and Yahoo. -sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I've had a problem with RXList ever since they changed the site.
Complete thread -- and that last zero should be numerical 0, for number consistency and the immediate
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the two links. I've added them to my favorites. :)
Complete thread -- Google isn't working for me (taking forever and doesn't seem to bring up
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Complete thread -- Adding-I just tried again and was able to get it to work with the wild card.
Complete thread -- and here is one that you only have to have 3 consecutive letters - doesn't matter if
Complete thread -- probably vanc (vancomycin) levels
Complete thread -- Here is another site that offers both a s/l and a wild card
Complete thread -- Here's the FDA where you can enter 3 letters to find drugs
Complete thread -- Thanks. I couldn't get it to work for what I was looking for, but
Complete thread -- degrees, except ......standing, he should have
Complete thread -- Yes, I think so. They have phonetic and also the wild card.
Complete thread -- Can the RXList be searched using a wild card (like we used to and-sm
Complete thread -- can't help wih s/l, but i think it should be 'cord, and normal ovaries and tubes
Complete thread -- Punctuation help, please. See inside for sentence. Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l bank levels - sm
Complete thread -- Also, of course, could U B hearing 300 rather than 30?
Complete thread -- The patient has diabetes and hx of renal failure. meds and s/l senogen 2 tablets at
Complete thread -- moving on thanks
Complete thread -- I often hear them say "It (specimen) was passed off the field (and sent) to pathology.
Complete thread -- I would think...isn't (is not) really necessary...is what is being said.
Complete thread -- TY both - dosage is what threw me as well, will flag. nm
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Complete thread -- Two *that are closure para grid* IUD lot #51002
Complete thread -- I saw one site comparing ranitidine 150 mg to lansoprazole 30 mg...wonder
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Complete thread -- never mind. i see a poster below reposted, i just cannot hear their wav
Complete thread -- as is my spelling.
Complete thread -- does anyone know how wavs disappear? mine was there before and it is gone now, but i
Complete thread -- Ranitidine? Doesage off though.
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Complete thread -- medication help (See msg.)
Complete thread -- reuploaded...
Complete thread -- They do surgery for strabismus.
Complete thread -- And now, further down in the report, he says Brookview Hospital. He doesn't know his a$$
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Complete thread -- septal deviation. *as a rule the cartilage*, it was determined that the
Complete thread -- Can anyone verify a hospital in Pennsylvania called Westbrook. I know there' s a
Complete thread -- s/l *enter core* therapy. see message
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Complete thread -- There is ixabepilone?
Complete thread -- will check
Complete thread -- Mild TR? (tricuspid regurgitation)
Complete thread -- signet ring?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- could it be multi-layer?
Complete thread -- chemotherapy drug for breast cancer s/l "b-uh-pie-lone"
Complete thread -- differentiated carcinoma with *signatrink* features.
Complete thread -- s/l Profore multi ray grafts
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Complete thread -- maybe just "required pressors" and you are hearing the "d" carry over off required?
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Complete thread -- He became hypotensive with required s/l duopressors.
Complete thread -- "por-FEAR-ee-uh."
Complete thread -- porphyria (as always, check Margaret's spelling. "por-FER-ee-uh.")
Complete thread -- Pt with Crohn's admitted with abdominal pain. Sm
Complete thread -- using 24-gauge wires *on bishop* and a stable occlusion
Complete thread -- connected using *both terms* vertical osteotomy
Complete thread -- AP (i think anterior posterior) is an angle of viewing an Xray. maybe PC is another
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Complete thread -- yes, talking about sustention tremor
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Complete thread -- please help - can't determine what the heck he is saying
Complete thread -- never mind it is PRP
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Complete thread -- </REVIEW OF SYSTEMS/> Please see history of present illness ...
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Complete thread -- Do you realize you posted over the wav that was already there?
Complete thread -- the first one is "read by the radiologist," and agree with below on
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Complete thread -- <_____> right parietoccipital scalp injury... ...
Complete thread -- CT of the brain was __________ right parietal occipital __________with ...
Complete thread -- is plp correct?
Complete thread -- petty cash? LOL, no idea
Complete thread -- We will PC that AP pelvis and I would like that with the ball.
Complete thread -- that doesn't match with current mp3 file
Complete thread -- junk food at work, eats salad with hummus
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Complete thread -- cantaloupe or ________ ...
Complete thread -- _____ alcohol and ___________levels were below detectable. ...
Complete thread -- Maybe "bowed"?
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Complete thread -- It sounds like it might be it by a stretch, and your spelling is correct.
Complete thread -- Could he be slurring "allogenic"? (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- Word Help
Complete thread -- thank you... I just wanted to make sure
Complete thread -- PAF paroxysmal atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- EKG report saying word so fast I don't understand. see below
Complete thread -- as I said, it was a cut/paste from abbreviations.com, he didn't
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Complete thread -- lol...I think I was imagining how my doctors would say it and how I would
Complete thread -- poi, I'm pretty sure it is etcetera, not Et Cetera.
Complete thread -- Your WAG is a winner, poi! TYVVM! I think the "by" was the start of a phrase that he
Complete thread -- etc. (no caps-that was cut paste from abbreviations.com)
Complete thread -- after listening several times, I think he is saying ETC (Et Cetera)
Complete thread -- radiolucent deficits within the inferior aspect of L4, cephalad to the site of the
Complete thread -- Ortho report - pls sm.
Complete thread -- She has felt tired, achy, coughing __________over the last couple of d ...
Complete thread -- you've spent a lot of time on it, can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- hmmmm...the next sentence talks about chest film....
Complete thread -- Saw that, googled suture passers and found that and another one. Thanks though
Complete thread -- thanks it's been on 3 word boards, no luck
Complete thread -- maybe listen for Hewson suture passer...several google
Complete thread -- LOL-you posted the same question on MTStars and it came up when I googled.
Complete thread -- holder maybe
Complete thread -- anybody heard of a s/l gypsy rose (suture passer?) Can't find
Complete thread -- It is "She had a lung film which was..."
Complete thread -- it would be brooch
Complete thread -- Ever heard of a "shoulder hole" being placed? Definitely can't hear "shoulder roll."
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- i think that's the one im looking for... thanks!
Complete thread -- wag lumbar puncture?
Complete thread -- Don't know any background info, but cilostazol (Pletal)?
Complete thread -- s/l solasasol + meds
Complete thread -- googling comes up with possibility (see link) of diode (laser) cyclophotocoagulation
Complete thread -- . She had _____ which was unremarkable, chest x-ray
Complete thread -- Stedman's Ophthal lists a cyclophotocoagulation...but I would
Complete thread -- I would think ..photic coagulation..is photocoagulation possibly, but
Complete thread -- I have a operative report for glaucoma and he is saying...
Complete thread -- yes, because what follows is an "afterthought" and requires a comma
Complete thread -- Could zero be sterile?
Complete thread -- I don't think it needs a separate number, just documented.
Complete thread -- Perfectly appropriate to use - especially if dictated.
Complete thread -- I had looked at Tranxene for a moment, do not know why I ruled it out. But, it sounds
Complete thread -- even if not dictated, I mean.
Complete thread -- I'd not only leave what the doctor dictated, I'd put it there myself
Complete thread -- Tranxene? see link
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- and, looking at it again, I would think it is appropriate here. It regrew could stand
Complete thread -- you only use a comma before 'but' if the 'but' statement could stand alone. ie....
Complete thread -- sharing my list of pulmonary hypertension meds, 2 are "fil" endings
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- yep, I agree, but that IS it too. hepatitis
Complete thread -- she apparently lost hair after ... she apparently had a loss of hair after...and the comma
Complete thread -- I don't see any need for it. the followup is for the syndrome and it includes the problem
Complete thread -- they have a prepared tray of instruments if #2 and #3 clear, I would go with it. sm
Complete thread -- loss of hair or lost hair also there should be a comma after birth ...
Complete thread -- question on comma
Complete thread -- lose, loss, lost?
Complete thread -- If I had the op note I'd separate just as you have it sm
Complete thread -- Plan: Treat constipation with s/l P-C-O-C. SVN for COPD.
Complete thread -- collar bone & increased prominence and swelling at medial aspect
Complete thread -- Yes!! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Alright. Thank you. Will use that heading.
Complete thread -- agree with DIAGNOSTIC STUDIES
Complete thread -- prominence, swelling ?
Complete thread -- HCAP? healthcare-associated pneumonia ?
Complete thread -- I decided to use this: sm
Complete thread -- In this case, would "preoperative" studies make more sense?
Complete thread -- I was thinking of that, but they did those tests to clear him for surgery. Sorry forgot to
Complete thread -- Is it clavicular prominence swelling or prominence and swelling
Complete thread -- Diagnostic Studies is what my account uses.
Complete thread -- Under what heading would I place: EKG, chest x-ray, and lab work?
Complete thread -- Pt with lung disease being covered for "h cop". Had previous pseudomonas.
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav. I cannot quite make out part of this sentence.
Complete thread -- Wow, I do need a break, lol. He has an Engish accent, which wasn't helping. Thank you!
Complete thread -- We need a coder in da house. :D
Complete thread -- dissents (?better:....there was no dissent among the family...)
Complete thread -- TY! :)
Complete thread -- I need a break or he's using the wrong word. sl dee-sents, meaning disagreements, sm.
Complete thread -- see link, 3rd item down...seems to say they are
Complete thread -- stumbling over "Her anterior and posterior drawer were ..."
Complete thread -- Her anterior and posterior drawer
Complete thread -- It really is client preference/QA/your call. noadbk makes
Complete thread -- WAV posted. Her _______ anterior drawer were both negative.
Complete thread -- If I'm not mistaken, it would need to be separate for coding, but again MHO
Complete thread -- accg to Stedman's Ortho....NeuFlex metacarpophalangeal joint implant
Complete thread -- he did use the word "with"....so keep same number?
Complete thread -- I could add when researching they show times when they place
Complete thread -- Found it by googling differently. NeuFlex
Complete thread -- me 2, agree.
Complete thread -- The broaches for the #1 and #2 *Nuflex* prostheses were inserted.
Complete thread -- placement of the chest tubes is a separate thing from the talc pleurodesis. I would
Complete thread -- I heard hepatitis, which often is transmitted with blood transfusions
Complete thread -- never done this type of op report before....unsure on list
Complete thread -- I was thinking that too....but then was not sure. I second guessed myself
Complete thread -- I think you would move things around to get a clear view.
Complete thread -- mobilizing or immobilizing...cannot tell
Complete thread -- It does not make sense with the report at all. Thanks.
Complete thread -- All I heard was titis. thought hepatitis but that really is not there. Will flag.
Complete thread -- Sure sounds like "glutitis", but does that make sense?
Complete thread -- pulsatile mass
Complete thread -- He really tore that up. thanks much Q
Complete thread -- Thanks to both responses. Makes sense.
Complete thread -- WAG -- thickened something, possibly thickened cortex.
Complete thread -- well, i flagged it. maybe team lead or hospital will figure it out.
Complete thread -- OP report, left shoulder reverse total shoulder arthroplasty. need help plse sm
Complete thread -- referred for evaluation of asymptomatic abdominal aortic aneurysm noted by ultrasound
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Complete thread -- q. 6-8 hours - with that, delete the space q.6-8. Did not notice it at first glance.
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Complete thread -- My account specs say to spell out hours but I do not believe it is a prohibited
Complete thread -- (Chevrolet) Astro van
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Complete thread -- Is this typed correctly, q. 6-8 hours p.r.n. or is it q.6-8 h. p.r.n.?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- the first contraindication for any of the "viagra" pills, is a patient on nitrates. Even
Complete thread -- medications were further adjusted?
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
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Complete thread -- s/l "Oski" exams
Complete thread -- BTW that last was Zithromax not Zosyn
Complete thread -- X-rays of hand. S/l thick of cortices or cortithes? thx.
Complete thread -- edications _____ Rocephin 1 gram IV piggyback daily and Zosyn..... Do not need an sm
Complete thread -- slurring neurologic?
Complete thread -- I agree. The lady who trained me at our local hospital calls me now for answers. sm
Complete thread -- s/l *thross* , any ideas?thanks
Complete thread -- My interpretation is diabetes controlled with oral medication.
Complete thread -- As in oral meds, not shots?
Complete thread -- "She is an oral diabetic." What the heck does that mean? Yes, I Googled.
Complete thread -- I will use that example, although I use m-dashes normally with this type of sentence. Than
Complete thread -- As regards the dashes, Write Source 2000 says "The dash can
Complete thread -- Actually, my Write Source 2000 says "Parentheses are used
Complete thread -- I agree with this approach.
Complete thread -- The believe the dictator should decide on emphasis such as parenthesis not MT for sure
Complete thread -- sounds good but pretty subjective,many/some "think" very experienced after 10-20 years, sm
Complete thread -- Personally I would put (which are greater than 10 years old) in parentheses..but
Complete thread -- I would (which are greater.....)
Complete thread -- I'd not use the hyphens as you did. They feel too jarring. SM for how I'd do it.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Great link and I understand now. Adding to my faves. : )
Complete thread -- Please sm. Punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I'll try that, thanks.
Complete thread -- sildenafil (of one of the *fil drugs) for PH? check if contraindicated with nitrates
Complete thread -- Oops, would probably type as one word, liftoff, but still wondering if makes sense.
Complete thread -- Pt w/ back pain. On exam, he is able to do *lift off* with his palm from his back.
Complete thread -- have to admit though....this board is my Jeopardy game and
Complete thread -- Thank you, I appreciate the feedback.
Complete thread -- CHF: aspirin, diuretics, nitrates and s/l "tal-gena-sil."
Complete thread -- Thanks. I just want to say that I appreciate your help on here for me and for others.
Complete thread -- see if this is what you are looking for...see link
Complete thread -- heroic makes sense too, see message for applicable definition
Complete thread -- sounds good to me too! thanks!!!
Complete thread -- I think you are right and heroic could be it as patient is pregnant and they are going to
Complete thread -- I agree with this.
Complete thread -- justed=justified?
Complete thread -- xerosis
Complete thread -- sclerosis (dry, splitting, cracking all sound/feel like hardening to me)
Complete thread -- patient with dry winter skin pls s.m.
Complete thread -- s/l "heroic" investigation does not appear to be well s/l"justed" sm for more details.
Complete thread -- ESL s/l "
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Complete thread -- short description of HE4 (for archives) sm
Complete thread -- Wow. Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- check federal (one quote inside)
Complete thread -- Normally clear dictator...
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Complete thread -- alprazolam?
Complete thread -- alprazolam ??
Complete thread -- med s/l prozalam 2 mg
Complete thread -- my search brings up Division of Developmental Disabilities
Complete thread -- Suggestion for Billybob. I think it would be nice to have an experience indicator
Complete thread -- it says DD aide, but the doctor clearly says 3 D's, DDD
Complete thread -- see link...could U B hearing Lungs: Clear blowing bruit. ..? really WAG
Complete thread -- Did you try Google? It comes up immediately.
Complete thread -- interesting! I'm flagging the report. I think it's something he always says...
Complete thread -- see link...they are 2 separate things...perhaps you need a
Complete thread -- Causes for wheezing include: vascular ring
Complete thread -- that's an interesting thought, but he had dictated the neck exam earlier...
Complete thread -- s/l "DDD" aide for child with autism?
Complete thread -- Yes POI, you are right!
Complete thread -- ...triple-negative disease with very high *Ki-67 p53* noted. Is there a comma needed?
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's changing categories...like Lungs are clear. No neck bruits...just
Complete thread -- nope, he's not saying rhonchi. But I'm grateful for the attempt!
Complete thread -- Well, you have ears! But, alas he's not saying rhonchi, either. Thanks tho!
Complete thread -- could it be no "rhonchi"?
Complete thread -- With 15 years, I have no business, but could it be "rhonchi"?
Complete thread -- I sincerely appreciate your posting, though! :-)
Complete thread -- Sorry, saw the question and posted the first thing that popped
Complete thread -- developmental in origin is very common phase in radiology.
Complete thread -- good suggestion, but that's not what he's saying. thanks anyway, though.
Complete thread -- rales
Complete thread -- I will check and get back to you all. Thank you for the suggestions.
Complete thread -- what I'm hearing: "Lungs are clear, no ring or bruits."
Complete thread -- Perhaps developmental enlargement of the radiographic films
Complete thread -- There used to be a drug called stilbesterol (FYI)
Complete thread -- wedging makes the vertebral body smaller, definitely not enlargement.
Complete thread -- article should be "a" when word following begins with a vowel as Unna does.
Complete thread -- In googling "developmental enlargement" there are many hits and it
Complete thread -- developmental in origin?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for explanation and link!
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Complete thread -- that 'do heparinized tube" sounds like he wanted blood drawn in the correct 'tube'
Complete thread -- Mild thrombocytopenia did not correct w/ heparinized *tube.* Workup has essentially
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Complete thread -- Sporonox?
Complete thread -- Patient developed blastomycosis and was treated with "sporonics".
Complete thread -- It sure is, yay! Thank you :)
Complete thread -- Is it possible the doc is saying hypovitaminosis D?
Complete thread -- never mind - he just changed his mind
Complete thread -- I would have hoped for that too, but she definitely finishes the word with "sis-tee"
Complete thread -- looking for an herbal medication s/l sibesterol. Patient has urinary symptoms
Complete thread -- hypovitaminosis?
Complete thread -- tobramycin added to cement? (they often mix antibiotics with cement).
Complete thread -- English-accent doctor dictating a medical history - s/l "hypovitaminocyste"
Complete thread -- does this sound right? sm please
Complete thread -- sounds funny to have advil between 2 inhalers, atrovent would make more sense as it is
Complete thread -- Y'know, it sounds like a mix of two. Going to flag. Thanks anyway! nm
Complete thread -- I had that thought also. Thanks for help.
Complete thread -- satisfactory?
Complete thread -- acceptable???
Complete thread -- scattered lymphangiectasia - my wag
Complete thread -- an Unna, an unwilling participant, an unexcused absence. an uncooperative patient, an
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Complete thread -- I guess I am not sure what your question is, but I have never
Complete thread -- I think the outcome from the injection is *ay-suk-tury*. I think he
Complete thread -- and application of a Unna boot. (Not an and no possessive.) See msg
Complete thread -- Here is context of statement...?
Complete thread -- sorry...he says *of* not *in*
Complete thread -- postphlebitic syndrome in
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Complete thread -- tension sutures to close the ports?
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Complete thread -- s/l port tension sutures or portension sutures?
Complete thread -- wasn't thinking... thanks!
Complete thread -- Advil was in dictation previously, I think she pronounced it incorrect. Thanks
Complete thread -- pipelle.. 3 inches. that's a measurement, needs a number 3 inches.
Complete thread -- you running out of your stalker medications obviously.
Complete thread -- atrovent, maybe?
Complete thread -- At this point, a *pie pell* was used to remove specimen.
Complete thread -- diathermy hook?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!! I'm sure that's what it is.
Complete thread -- S/L advent sm
Complete thread -- acarbose?
Complete thread -- In list of meds. s/l ak-a-bose. He is a defibrillator patient. I have tried every
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Complete thread -- She had _____ which was unremarkable
Complete thread -- __ s/l jef-o-doxamine or daphl-doxamine 200mg bid
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- go take your medications, flippen anger issues go away
Complete thread -- click link with some terms mentioned in your post
Complete thread -- just coming back to say statin too. List of statin sm
Complete thread -- and they refused PEG and *falls back* several times
Complete thread -- statin nm
Complete thread -- As far as his hyperlipidemia, continue *the stat*.
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Complete thread -- nope i don't think that's it.. tnx anyway. i'll leave it blank..
Complete thread -- s/l perdoxa is prob. Pradexa (fairly new) sm
Complete thread -- wild guess Plavix
Complete thread -- CD4?
Complete thread -- either a lot of cerumen or block of cerumen would work
Complete thread -- s/l AT4 test or 84 test
Complete thread -- delivery 4 cm dilated, 90% effacement, s/l "S" -1 station nm
Complete thread -- That is what I thought. Thanks for the info!!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I got it now.
Complete thread -- med s/l perdoxa
Complete thread -- looks like over half the answerers last night got no thanks/feedback. pretty much SOP now.
Complete thread -- PE tubes = pressure equalizing tubes sm
Complete thread -- 4 different rounds of TE tubes?
Complete thread -- good heavens hearing voices again? What is wrong with you
Complete thread -- There is an Endo-fix screw ? sm Can google.com Smith & Nephew website
Complete thread -- S/L different rounds of TE tubes sm
Complete thread -- I think you'd just be able to change the log-in info and use the same one.
Complete thread -- Yes, got that thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, I thought it was impaction too, but it does not sound like it. Thanks
Complete thread -- Does anyone know if you can work for 2 different companies using
Complete thread -- also, "His significant postnasal" should that be "He has significant". if you have not s.m
Complete thread -- sinus impaction ?
Complete thread -- YOU'RE WELCOME ARCHIE!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- It is protracted .
Complete thread -- I found that splint too, but nothing for a statodine?
Complete thread -- what is dx? surgery? I found a Medi-Dyne splint. Does that fit your context?
Complete thread -- your s/l might be infection. BUT, correction, "any KNOWN triggers". Also, "inaudible"?
Complete thread -- S/L impatchion sm
Complete thread -- s/l statodine splint? googled and nothing SM
Complete thread -- projectile vomiting?
Complete thread -- with several days of *target* vomiting and abdominal pain
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- nonshadowing calculi?
Complete thread -- 2nd blank s/l nonshadowing calculi within the gallbladder
Complete thread -- I grafted the *previous intention*.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- . She had _____ which was ... sonogram showed multiple mobile _____ and calculi in t
Complete thread -- sending to QA, thanks
Complete thread -- oh, sorry, yes "saucerized to prevent further propagation of stress riser"
Complete thread -- good catch. and then "something propagation something" after that.
Complete thread -- s/l shry rate
Complete thread -- "The remainder was saucerized." is what I hear
Complete thread -- The remainder was _____. The remainder was probed
Complete thread -- Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- removed along with *a block the amount of* cerumen
Complete thread -- thanks so much for trying. I'll send to QA
Complete thread -- oh, sorry again. just see that you actually have that as text, so you know if it's
Complete thread -- I'm hearing it okay still.
Complete thread -- jees, sorry. thought there might be something about a "note" or record before.
Complete thread -- Did you delete it? I can't hear anything at all.
Complete thread -- Prolly P
Complete thread -- Autistic child, evaluation for increased activity level. Ment ...
Complete thread -- could you put a little more text context fore and aft? (sentences before & after, if
Complete thread -- found these neurologist in new york - Fonzetti, Firouztale, Villanueva
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Complete thread -- thanks. indulged seems correct to me
Complete thread -- though, actually, apparently that terminology is used, indulged in play.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "indulged," but engaged makes more sense to me.
Complete thread -- I have searched to no avail for Dr. *Vulinazi* in NY. Pa has Chiari malformation
Complete thread -- engaged?
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- SVO2 or SBO2? (sm)
Complete thread -- "tip of my fingers", lol. Just type what you had in google to get the answer
Complete thread -- No, I think it should be impaled. Also, "had described"
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- google find-Viviscal Natural Hair Thinning System - 60 Tablets.
Complete thread -- about hair products
Complete thread -- parenchymal
Complete thread -- the spelling of this is on the tip of my fingers... s/l paronchonal changes in lungs
Complete thread -- forget this bad suggestion :(
Complete thread -- yes.. meaning more tendency towards, rather than prefererence for, which was confusing me.
Complete thread -- a predilection?
Complete thread -- She has known s/l apred-a-lection for ataxia to develop after working for 5 days
Complete thread -- thank yo so much poi!
Complete thread -- I agree with your placement. comma goes before "and," which is the beginning of a
Complete thread -- it might be citrullinated, but those are complex labs and
Complete thread -- Milagro screw?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much
Complete thread -- a tunnel?
Complete thread -- I would move the comma after ago to after and.
Complete thread -- yes to K-wire. If this is ACL reconstruction, my doctors use
Complete thread -- Her last colonoscopy, she believes, was about 5 years ago, and to her ...
Complete thread -- yes leads
Complete thread -- any ideas....sm
Complete thread -- I put in an urgent consult
Complete thread -- He does have very decayed teeth in the front that need to be evaluated ...
Complete thread -- s/l leads? TP had a spinal cord stimulator placed.
Complete thread -- s/l endo-screw? s/m
Complete thread -- s/l tab tag? and s/l ? K-wire? thanks
Complete thread -- s/l ? allochiria?
Complete thread -- A +4 offset liner in the 15-degree s/l "teeter"...SM
Complete thread -- s/l roman wire may be Rosen wire sm & click link
Complete thread -- s/l ? shaggy?
Complete thread -- lol I had to read that a few times before it clicked!
Complete thread -- ?check Angelchik
Complete thread -- [s/l Ankostick] prosthesis - gastro report
Complete thread -- I knew I knew it, but didn't quite click! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- L'Hermitte's sign.
Complete thread -- s/l Lair-mets sm
Complete thread -- Glad to know I'm not the only one! :) Thanks for the great tip!
Complete thread -- Haha - I'm surprised that one wasn't me! ;)
Complete thread -- unless the A is for adenosine
Complete thread -- oops, bumped keyboard, s/l pliced is placed, usually hear these sm
Complete thread -- I think s/l spliced our sheath is o
Complete thread -- I have heard P-thal(slang) =(persantine thallium) stress test
Complete thread -- Really, it is. Just type in some letters you DO know, like
Complete thread -- a-thal (or maybe A-Thal ?) for adenosine thallium
Complete thread -- oops. that's: Two pus spitting demons at the ankle.
Complete thread -- Thanks! adding it to the list (along with two pus pitting demons at the ankle)
Complete thread -- Yeah, I'm still giggling over this one... :)
Complete thread -- I would definitely have biffed that - thank you!
Complete thread -- Wow, that seems like it should have been much easier to find!
Complete thread -- Klebsiella pneumoniae ! not pneumonia (condition). have to watch those, it's confusing.
Complete thread -- Thallium
Complete thread -- found it in the archives
Complete thread -- should say "found" dip-thall, cannot find a-thall
Complete thread -- what is a-thall myocardial perfusion scan? (foun dip-thall)
Complete thread -- google find- Klebs-Loeffler bacillus?
Complete thread -- cute - Klebsiella
Complete thread -- kleeb's yellow pneumonia?
Complete thread -- Never mind - it was telemetry.
Complete thread -- (doesn't s/l EKG)... s/l "toe-ess" tracing shows PVCs
Complete thread -- Got the second one too. It was right upper extremity. I think doc is talking foreign HA
Complete thread -- that would fit. She may just be slaughtering the pronunciation.
Complete thread -- The first problem was jump graft. Now, on to the second word.
Complete thread -- check out Ritter's disease-staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome?
Complete thread -- S/L tile graft and S/L laravex cervi sm
Complete thread -- none since her surgery? Do you have the words before/after?
Complete thread -- noncensor surgery what?
Complete thread -- dermatology - s/l rober's disease
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I have been doing so far. :o)
Complete thread -- I would not type first if there was not a second.
Complete thread -- No account specifics. If doc dictates the first assistant's name but not the
Complete thread -- sorry,never mind (raft)
Complete thread -- orthopedic OP report, s/l rast screws, plse sm for context
Complete thread -- This is the entire phrase. He carried out surgery including an ...
Complete thread -- Patient had s/l noncensor surgery sm for more
Complete thread -- there is a right and a left, so right would make sense.
Complete thread -- Found it. trichiasis
Complete thread -- Found it. trichiasis
Complete thread -- what's the procedure???
Complete thread -- maybe....trichosis?
Complete thread -- not to my knowledge. are there any more clues??
Complete thread -- I do not have an HPI. This is just the operative note. but later it s/l trochisis.
Complete thread -- terrible audio, they should throw that in the trash. This is a wild guess, but chrysiasis
Complete thread -- anything in the HPI to give us clues?
Complete thread -- anything in the HPI to give us clues?
Complete thread -- is there such a thing as "light" laminectomy?
Complete thread -- If he is mistating he is tearing that up. Posted a WAV on it.
Complete thread -- Chalazion
Complete thread -- chalazion is a lump of the lid that is caused by obstruction of an oil gland ...
Complete thread -- I probably should know this, but apparently I do not. This is a preoperative sm
Complete thread -- that is funny though, I added the 'and' after right middle lobe
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- lidocaine and visualized. The right upper lobe, right middle lobe, right lower lobe were
Complete thread -- That was eerie. I was just here checking the archives.
Complete thread -- Slowed it down and reposted. Please try again.
Complete thread -- You're awesome! Thanks so much!!!
Complete thread -- Are we doing the same report???
Complete thread -- If you search for the 2 of them together, they are easily verifiable on more than 1
Complete thread -- Funny. I was just looking that up. In the archives, they say Dulcolax. I found both
Complete thread -- Is there such thing as dulcolase for constipation? He is very clear speaking.
Complete thread -- bronchoscopy procedure. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you!!!
Complete thread -- they always say it incorrectly. viridans streptococcus any of a group of streptococci wi
Complete thread -- I have been doing that, but I cannot find "varitance?"
Complete thread -- Tip: Type your s/l (with strep) into Google and see what it suggests. : )
Complete thread -- pt admitted for cellulitis and olecranon bursitis infection
Complete thread -- agree, my podiatry docs use that all the time.
Complete thread -- anti-embolic ???
Complete thread -- tolmetin
Complete thread -- tolmeton
Complete thread -- drug for pat with arthritis
Complete thread -- Pt will have DVT prophylaxis with s/l anti-dramatic pumps.
Complete thread -- Pt will have DVT prophylaxis with s/l anti-dramatic pumps.
Complete thread -- oh! that may be it. thanks I will listen for that
Complete thread -- Could he be saying OxyIR by chance?
Complete thread -- Not it, but when I went back to relisten vicryl mesh was as clear as day nm
Complete thread -- force herself?
Complete thread -- medication dictated as Oxy SR? I think Oxycontin... Does that have an SR option
Complete thread -- stumped, s/l "aw-port herself" sm for context plse (ESL doc)
Complete thread -- :-) but do you hear that now?
Complete thread -- Time for me to take a break - that was not 1 of the 2 words I thought I heard!
Complete thread -- reversible curvature
Complete thread -- all is good. :D
Complete thread -- I'm sorry. I over-reacted. I was trying not to throw the cat, so I snipped at you instead.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I have gone between 2 words for too long now!
Complete thread -- I found it with the "BLINDLY GOOGLING" link above.
Complete thread -- I don't know for sure, why don't you look and try to find it.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!!!! You are officially the Word Board Queen for the day!!!
Complete thread -- Thank you for blindly googling for me. Was there anything in there at all
Complete thread -- RERAS or UARS: Respiratory Event Related Arousals or Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome.
Complete thread -- http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=sleep+study+results+%22respiratory+event%22&aq=f&aqi=
Complete thread -- Patient has 67 respiratory events, 1+35+1+7+23=67. Whatever "rare"
Complete thread -- No. It has to be some kind of respiratory event. She already covered sats.
Complete thread -- RDIs? desats?
Complete thread -- Sleep study. Talking about respiratory events, s/l "rare" is 23.
Complete thread -- I think spliced works too.
Complete thread -- Visilex?
Complete thread -- Decided to flag as can't hear that, but thanks for the suggestion!
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I've decided to flag. Can't hear that at all. Sounds like "s" sound toward
Complete thread -- what is AT? is she saying femoral artery?
Complete thread -- onlay of s/l vector mesh
Complete thread -- plicated
Complete thread -- google hit-Bentson guide wire?
Complete thread -- Okay, last one for op note on stents, balloon angioplasty, angiogram...Please
Complete thread -- mini vacuum, Kiwi, OmniCup? vacuum
Complete thread -- Anyone have suggestions for second part of my post? *Roman* wire?
Complete thread -- Ah, I'm embarrassed. When turning up real loud, I now hear 6 *by* 45. Duh! Thanks for
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks
Complete thread -- yes or (). If you can, I would move the *as well* to the end of the sentence.
Complete thread -- would you put commas around - but yet discrete?
Complete thread -- With their comma issue, that's an understatement. :D
Complete thread -- If you don't, I would flag.
Complete thread -- s/l moni vac during delivery
Complete thread -- Good point, we all got so excited by the comma statement, we
Complete thread -- Oh! Let me go back and listen for that. Thanks for the suggestion! : )
Complete thread -- do you hear French in there? French 5?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I mostly didn't know what to do with that *six five,* if it was
Complete thread -- great
Complete thread -- meant to add, this is being dictated in past medical history. tia nm
Complete thread -- migraine "min-or-a"? Drawing a blank, can't really hear migraine with aura. TIA nm
Complete thread -- in-office cyst what?
Complete thread -- That would be a hell of a stent..45 cm is about 18 inches. I'd sm
Complete thread -- After viewing images of right lower extremity angiogram, we decided to intervene.
Complete thread -- Not to mention, it makes US look like idiots. I don't believe accounts will let
Complete thread -- see google too
Complete thread -- I hope they get their dumb butts sued off of them then. That's dangerous and
Complete thread -- lol...it's writing, not a religion. Just glad by name isn't on the report. :)
Complete thread -- THat's one of the most boneheaded things I've ever heard? THEY have to use commas
Complete thread -- Anyone familiar enough w/ this type of op note to weigh in on whether
Complete thread -- I would think so, but they don't agree, believe it or not. ...
Complete thread -- they are necessary!
Complete thread -- I had trouble too, but add technique to it.
Complete thread -- I highly doubt that! It has to make sense, and it doesn't without commas
Complete thread -- For this account, only when absolutely necessary. They don't believe ...
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- med for acute bronchitis
Complete thread -- huh? You don't ever use a comma?
Complete thread -- can you please document? I can't document that word either.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks. They don't like commas. ...
Complete thread -- ....
Complete thread -- flaccid?
Complete thread -- DISCHARGE MEDICATIONS 1. Vicodin. He will also... 2. Warfari ...
Complete thread -- Witzel
Complete thread -- have to provide meds in list form
Complete thread -- I would expand it out. JMO.
Complete thread -- cancellous -- you need some serious punctuation in there.
Complete thread -- placement of J tube. sm
Complete thread -- try googling your last 3 words in your post and see what it suggests
Complete thread -- As another example, she states in body of report...
Complete thread -- Orthopedic help
Complete thread -- O
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- perioperative? preoperative?
Complete thread -- Surgeon states pt is undergoing right *femoral to anterior tibial* bypass. Then,
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- he may also be saying tenectomized...a slang
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- uncomplicated ? myocardial infarction .. can we have a little more context?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- better than I (can help her). The verb is understood, obviously. If you were
Complete thread -- ___________myocardial infarction ...
Complete thread -- those are intramedullary (femoral length), not for intertrochanteric hip fractures.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Sorenson (?) tunneled catheter in the left IJ (internal jugular) for intravenous
Complete thread -- iron stores (iron studies)
Complete thread -- There is a ____________catheter in the left eye ____________ for intra ...
Complete thread -- We will obtain ___________during her next clinic visit and start on ES ...
Complete thread -- Was curious about this....I have the intramedullary rod that
Complete thread -- the left anterior chest wall with*semi asaid* ribs
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Hopefully, they will be able to help her a little bit better than I/me
Complete thread -- trying to say ballotting? ballottable patella?
Complete thread -- Now Im not sure cause when I listened I still hear "ect" in the middle..
Complete thread -- thanks to all
Complete thread -- Practice of Intramedullary Locked Nails: Advanced Techniques and ... - Google Books Result
Complete thread -- s/l ? patella bloding? s/m
Complete thread -- nope
Complete thread -- usually 40 mm...maybe he stumbled ?
Complete thread -- Wow!! That is so what he is saying. You are the bomb!!
Complete thread -- possibly - tenotomized ?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- hip fracture screw length
Complete thread -- Proc: Bunionectomy. The extensor hallucis brevis tendon was identified, isolated and
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- fulguration
Complete thread -- IV amp and gent - slang for ampicillin and gentamicin
Complete thread -- s/l falgarization
Complete thread -- For history of prosthetic heart valve, was given IV *am-pah* and gentamicin prior to
Complete thread -- enzymatically debride
Complete thread -- time and we will try to *endomatically* débride him.
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- THANK YOU.
Complete thread -- liquid Tylenol
Complete thread -- sm pls
Complete thread -- got it! Notta node! :)
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Oh, I quite agree. I just wanted the OP to see how it can
Complete thread -- chose (past tense) for agreement with earlier tenses used
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- but if dictated He takes Advil around the clock, I wouldn't change it
Complete thread -- medical reasonableness
Complete thread -- Note: It would be He takes around-the-clock Advil. Because here
Complete thread -- around-the-clock surveillance (adjective)..takes Advil around the clock (adverb) per
Complete thread -- mp3 audio help
Complete thread -- JMO but I would say in this instance around the clock without the dashes!
Complete thread -- old
Complete thread -- around the clock or around-the-clock.
Complete thread -- s/l ? mold?
Complete thread -- peakED T waves, it does show Q's in the inferior leads which ARE old.
Complete thread -- thanks, will relisten for that. ESL doc so hard to tell.
Complete thread -- her earache was worse
Complete thread -- I am using Sound Recorder fro Accessories\Entertainment... ...
Complete thread -- Possibly - Oxycontin ?
Complete thread -- what program are you using to record the wav? Make sure
Complete thread -- I just clicked on "to save the file, right click here and choose ...
Complete thread -- yes I first hear the voice and the post it, but sometime I get answers ...
Complete thread -- porcine?
Complete thread -- critical aortic stenosis status post s/l krocaine aortic valve replacement.
Complete thread -- Suggestion: attempt to post your WAV file and make sure at least you
Complete thread -- EKG yes, and peaked T waves is usually what I hear
Complete thread -- I think it should be Q waves in inferior leads (but I wouldn't change from dictated)
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Patient taking s/l oxy-cossa to control leg pain.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Absolutely it
Complete thread -- Patient is employed at a university and definitely s/l ak-ah-da-nih-shen.
Complete thread -- academician
Complete thread -- academician -- works at a medical school, in other words.
Complete thread -- Does EKG make sense? Sm
Complete thread -- clinician ??
Complete thread -- the patient is an internal medicine (s/l ak-ah-din-eh-shen).
Complete thread -- mid 3's. need that '.
Complete thread -- creatinine is a blood test for kidney function. May mean off creatine supplement
Complete thread -- I think you are right poi -Creon (Pancrelipase)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Should be a comma after "nocturia"
Complete thread -- Possibly dominant or co-dominant ?
Complete thread -- ? Qvar
Complete thread -- Yep:) Thanks again for your help:)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Med help: s/l quarry inhaler 40 mcg (sm)
Complete thread -- I am sure I am going to slap myself on the forehead, but he is saying
Complete thread -- Never mind - it's Serzone
Complete thread -- s/l Sir-zuh
Complete thread -- Beautiful. TY.
Complete thread -- of note, is a firm swelling of his right
Complete thread -- wav posted. there is a _____ swelling of his right parotid gland.
Complete thread -- Unbelievable! My post was ONLY legitimacy of a word,(there was , 2 posts said not exist.
Complete thread -- He was tolerating *we too* without side effects.
Complete thread -- It is Mental status examination!
Complete thread -- s/l matter of fact exaination revealed...
Complete thread -- yw (don't worry about it, hopefully ... it just does that sometimes)
Complete thread -- Aquasol E
Complete thread -- Infant - please see msg.
Complete thread -- I think he is saying Creon.
Complete thread -- stumbling... s/l The ankle was stiff in plantar flexion, dorsiflexion...
Complete thread -- I don't know meds very well, but is creatinine also a medication?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Trying to tell 2 below thanks for info, but getting blocked!!!!!
Complete thread -- But occasionally gets a little flare up #3 and that is fine.
Complete thread -- drugs.com has a phonetic search, and wildcard search.
Complete thread -- drugs.com has that feature
Complete thread -- What is the site where you can put what a med s/l and get hits?
Complete thread -- Pancreatic insufficieny. He is basically off the creatinine doing pr ...
Complete thread -- It was. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- the ankle felt it was stiff? and something
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- WAV file, I HATE yawners. I think it could be we will follow up but not sure.
Complete thread -- I had heard of Skype. It just never clicked.
Complete thread -- We will not do anything about them unless they bother him.
Complete thread -- Hydrocele: He is happy to watch _____________bother him. ...
Complete thread -- not quite hearing that...I'll have to flag. Thanks for trying. nm
Complete thread -- Good to know, would never have thought of that.
Complete thread -- good link here for orthopedic signs...
Complete thread -- Ehrlich test as my guess see link inside
Complete thread -- Tretinoin cream? see link inside for my wag
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- McMurray
Complete thread -- may mean contrast media (reaction) a guess, not enough info
Complete thread -- Knees with crepitus. No effusion. No joint line tenderness.
Complete thread -- s/l too-ture cream for warts..esl doc sm
Complete thread -- Answer from yesterday - It sounded like skiping. It was Skyping!
Complete thread -- s/l hugged may be hubbed (hub) sm
Complete thread -- Urinalysis, positive s/l ickt test with positive orange color.
Complete thread -- I heard the "sincere" wav too, this time, but not earlier.
Complete thread -- I think you should stick with whatever naming format you just used, then.
Complete thread -- oh, I hadn't noticed it was 2 different waves, but it is the same poster.
Complete thread -- I really didn't do anything extra. I just saved the same file with dif ...
Complete thread -- there seem to be two different posters here, I'm confused.
Complete thread -- I can hear it! agree with below answer. Did you do something different this time?
Complete thread -- sincere
Complete thread -- sincere
Complete thread -- I can't get your blank, but I CAN hear the patient's name.
Complete thread -- last time try
Complete thread -- Did you send the file first? Read the section with the Browse button
Complete thread -- i really dont understand the reason...when I click on "to save th ...
Complete thread -- three times is the charm, I give up, no wav there.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- total bilirubin is what I hear
Complete thread -- your wav isn't there. wav from post above is there.
Complete thread -- Bilirubin, alkaline phosphatase and _____ were normal.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- I thought that also. Thanks!
Complete thread -- never mind.
Complete thread -- Comminuted olecranon fracture?
Complete thread -- optic neuritis
Complete thread -- thanks kim
Complete thread -- moving on ..thanks
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- Previous surgery likely involved resection of the "accomminuted" olecranon.
Complete thread -- posted again
Complete thread -- 1+ month's progression of dyspnea? or 1+ months' progression of dyspnea?
Complete thread -- got #2 and #3...still need help for blank #1 and #4 please, thanks
Complete thread -- there's nothing there.
Complete thread -- plz try now, I uploaded again....tx
Complete thread -- please help with mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Is there such a thing as a "bioglucose" in labs ?
Complete thread -- no .wav.
Complete thread -- no .wav.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- boy! thank you very much.
Complete thread -- history: ___ neuritis
Complete thread -- He was in the Marine Corps previously, and jokingly
Complete thread -- although he lived in Manhattan for several years is the gist of it; sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- please help with wav
Complete thread -- s/l ballistic vest
Complete thread -- I don't suppose a converter like Switch Sound File Converter could work?
Complete thread -- just about a time when he started getting agitated?
Complete thread -- the wav files from this poster are in an unusual format SM
Complete thread -- please help with mp3 posted
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- i really don' know why it is sometime uploaded and why not sometime... ...
Complete thread -- are you maybe being sabotaged by someone who's erasing your wavs after you post them?
Complete thread -- Pfannenstiel.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- "she had a s/l fansil skin incision". pt had myomectomy for appxy 18-20 week fibroid
Complete thread -- Chronicity it is! thanks!
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- I'll relisten. THanks!
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- my guesses may just muddy up the waters, but sm
Complete thread -- No idea. What is the context? Better to flag than blindly guess
Complete thread -- chronicity?
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- I would go with triamterene
Complete thread -- Tri-mi-ter-ine- Could this be anything other than triamterene?
Complete thread -- Pseudomonas paucimobilis bacterial infections... Peritonitis fr Pseudomonas paucimobilis
Complete thread -- good job. I knew there was something familiar-sounding but couldn't come up with it.
Complete thread -- Sweet Jesus. YOU didn't read mine. or the OPs. or anything. If you
Complete thread -- titubation - definition of titubation in the Medical dictionary ...titubation /tit¡¤u¡¤ba¡¤ti
Complete thread -- found a choo choo style gait training that therapists use.
Complete thread -- IDK...not sure if he just repeated himself with the "chu" I'm flagging. TY
Complete thread -- not exactly you s/l except for the ending ---- festinating?
Complete thread -- thank u for the help :-)
Complete thread -- gait is mildly *chu-chu-bating" ??? (sm)
Complete thread -- I'd give it to him. If you read the sentence aloud, you tend to naturally pause there
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- can't get the second blank-sorry
Complete thread -- I did! Did you read my post at all, think not. You are not nearly as informed as you like
Complete thread -- the doc added the comma but it should NOT be there right?
Complete thread -- apart from that the patient is a resident at a nursing home.
Complete thread -- Family history and social history: Unobtainable apart from the dictat ...
Complete thread -- Does tp have any professional dealings with the media? What (if anything) comes after
Complete thread -- I second that. :-)
Complete thread -- I think, given his amount of swelling and the fracture itself,
Complete thread -- I'd go for "on an as-yet-undiagnosed microscopic colitis" and I'd also take out
Complete thread -- comma yes or no? or should it be after itself? or no comma at all?
Complete thread -- and effect of steroids I wouldn't hyphenate
Complete thread -- I'd think you'd read the context and think about the words, and see if they
Complete thread -- ortho note help
Complete thread -- What are you asking? I'd remove the comma.
Complete thread -- no comma
Complete thread -- changes and effective steroids on and as yet ?
Complete thread -- but still think it needs flagged with the context of this post.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- hyphen help
Complete thread -- ya know what, NIH (national institute of health)is pretty darn reliable source seems to me
Complete thread -- 2011 by the American College of Chest Physicians -link
Complete thread -- Your suggestion makes excellent sense but I just can't hear an A in there. I might flag.
Complete thread -- not in any reliable medical dictionary, there isn't.
Complete thread -- P.S. because I could see doing CT angiography of the brain.
Complete thread -- Good, next thing is to listen for CTA of the brain, rather than CT.
Complete thread -- You'll that a lot with her help
Complete thread -- thrombectomy
Complete thread -- Endocardectomy (there is a word) not sure if misspeak or added surgery
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion, poi. Makes great sense but doesn't s/l what he's mumbling.
Complete thread -- Oooh, I do believe he's saying "EEG and CT of the brain" - TY TY TY!
Complete thread -- Is EEG there somewhere? Seems odd to do both CT and MRI of brain
Complete thread -- PET/CT
Complete thread -- Yeah, "fairly" is about as good as it gets with him. I swear he dictates through closed
Complete thread -- operative word..'fairly'... probably running or stuttering something and just a CT
Complete thread -- s/l EGCT of the brain. Pls sm.
Complete thread -- flag :)
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- "Sorry, no dictionaries indexed in the selected category contain the word endocardectomy.
Complete thread -- says endarterectomy twice in report but later says endocardectomy;should i flag
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- depo/depot refers to length of time the drug stays in system, depo/depot is used
Complete thread -- see message for depot (as in this case injection)
Complete thread -- TY :)
Complete thread -- fulguration
Complete thread -- sorry that is clot retention. Still can't get s/l
Complete thread -- Brain lock. Asian ESL dictates Invega Sustenna, which is the
Complete thread -- Gentleman underwent TURP. Complicated by clog retention and he required s/l full-
Complete thread -- Most proper nouns or adjectives are capitalized when they occur in a food name: Boston bro
Complete thread -- thanks all. I am capping it.
Complete thread -- I disagree, but I'm sure people do this differently. I've never seen
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Oh, you got it, thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks but not sure.
Complete thread -- can only think of long tract signs
Complete thread -- Not always, but yes when referring to the country, people, or culture, French
Complete thread -- doesn't s/l neurologic but thanks
Complete thread -- raunchy
Complete thread -- menstrual?
Complete thread -- yes, always.
Complete thread -- employed as french teacher. Cap French?
Complete thread -- myelopathic neurologic signs
Complete thread -- obgyn word help - sm
Complete thread -- does your s/l rhyme with bronchi or raunchy?
Complete thread -- (sorry, that was myelopathic signs or s/l "lonchi" signs)
Complete thread -- No other myopathic or s/l "lonchi" signs.
Complete thread -- well known to our neurosurgical service for a s/l "try" decompression
Complete thread -- Can you post a wav ?
Complete thread -- Possibly certrizine ?
Complete thread -- I'm really not sure so will flag. Thank you though.
Complete thread -- Sytropin?
Complete thread -- Med: Pt's just in for a Pap so no PMH. s/l Citropene, and vitamin D.
Complete thread -- glimepiride? ...
Complete thread -- They "s/l hugged" the catheter. Please Help. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Finally found the other one too. Ralstonia pickettii
Complete thread -- MD spells drug name Glimedrine sm please
Complete thread -- for the archives Sphingomonas paucimobilis ! for 2 of these.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- it's sickle cell
Complete thread -- you could try Yersinia -sm
Complete thread -- Halcion
Complete thread -- drug that sounds like halcyone?
Complete thread -- obgyn screening word help
Complete thread -- Wow!! So you delete a message that was NOT RUDE in the least, but
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- thanks, yeah, that's the only one that is even close in this garbage. thanks!
Complete thread -- and pseudomonas possimobilis I give up
Complete thread -- singamonas may be Pseudomonas.
Complete thread -- now, he says she is growing s/l alstonia pittitia (VR put gallstone pitia)
Complete thread -- for archives iPRO Medtronic (diabetes monitoring device) link & picture
Complete thread -- central line infection with gram-negative rods including s/l rawstonia and singamonas
Complete thread -- Ty. I'll flag because he's definitely not saying Norvasc. nm
Complete thread -- Thank for for all that! I read through it but still didn't think it fit. sm
Complete thread -- s/l alpo may be APO (apolipoproteins (apo) sm
Complete thread -- Probably Norvasc, but unless you're 100% positive and it is an allergy, flag it.
Complete thread -- In list of med allergies: s/l corvaSc
Complete thread -- Brockenbrough maybe (I hear needle, or catheter(what is surgery)
Complete thread -- Recent s/l alpo test indicated that she requires prandial insulin.
Complete thread -- Bainbridge clamp?
Complete thread -- Same pt with ALL. Sm
Complete thread -- A *broke back* clamp was used to obtain control of the vein. nm
Complete thread -- there is a pants-over-vest technique, wonder if doc mixing that up?
Complete thread -- Kidney transplant surgery. . A reconstruction was then performed between the sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- mOsm/kg
Complete thread -- When I look up dermo- in my Dorlands, it says see dermato-..
Complete thread -- 3 y/o with hyponatremia and B cell lymphoblastic leukemia sm
Complete thread -- Eye surgeon keeps saying *dermatolipoma.* I can only find *dermolipoma.* Should I
Complete thread -- I think so, thanks!
Complete thread -- Yeah, maybe that's it.
Complete thread -- instead of anterior to the biceps tendon?
Complete thread -- We repaired the corner anteriorly to the subscapularis ? anterior to the biceps tendo
Complete thread -- Unfortunately not hearing either of those, shift almost done so will flag, thx!!
Complete thread -- only other possibility I can find might be ora serrata --sm
Complete thread -- all righty then...thanks.
Complete thread -- maybe listen for LE (lower esophageal) sphincter?
Complete thread -- Found it. I took headache out of my search.."butterbur root extract (Petadolex®) for the
Complete thread -- She will continue on "pataladex" a butterbur root with reasonable efficacy for
Complete thread -- Nissen fundoplication procedure question pls s.m.
Complete thread -- healed access incision does make sense, but if *mid* is used, axis is correct,
Complete thread -- could be commenting on peristalsis?
Complete thread -- hand surgeon - patient s/p right ring finger middle phalanx injury, sm
Complete thread -- The ureter was visualized and s/l "en teri salsis" prior to transection.
Complete thread -- don't know what the plural of that is
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- fovea ethmoidalis?
Complete thread -- s/l ephobiac modalis are symmetric
Complete thread -- see def. 2 (sm). also google arthroplasty "proper version"
Complete thread -- "audibilization"
Complete thread -- google 22 25 mm patellar bone plugs
Complete thread -- helix? (outer ear). If these suggestions don't work, try posting
Complete thread -- hammer, anvil and stirrup—also known as the malleus, incus, and stapes
Complete thread -- I thought HDL, ADL. You are so right! I almost hear it now. Am going to make
Complete thread -- you can't document vocalization?
Complete thread -- her energy level -- and it took me about 15 times listening to get it!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks. I posted this earlier. The report held up and had to redo it.
Complete thread -- I wonder if she has a 1 to 1 sitter or something?
Complete thread -- I have a myringotomy dictation and he says the "alias" was intact... thanks!
Complete thread -- it's a great word, but can't document. What about audibilizing?
Complete thread -- with advanced dementia and is *present on 1:1. *
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- could you change to vocalization??
Complete thread -- I believe doc is referring to audible (maybe the patient is groaning?)
Complete thread -- ambulation?
Complete thread -- sm plse - not sure what to do with "audiblization"
Complete thread -- on x-ray of knee replacement: shows proper s/l "version" cut of patella. ty!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- saying "left leg"
Complete thread -- definitely not. sorry, but thanks for the try.
Complete thread -- lol...thank Questyr, I imagined it, she documented it!
Complete thread -- That is key, YOU know him. I know my doctors and that would
Complete thread -- I think I will go with the 2.5-mm offset since it makes sense. Thanks so much to everyone.
Complete thread -- acetabulum?
Complete thread -- You are so right. He could have meant to back up. But I know him and I have never..
Complete thread -- I should say *I'm wonder if he meant*...it was clear *what he said*.
Complete thread -- It didn't sound like he made a correction...but didn't make much sense to me either
Complete thread -- sm-Pt with hip dysplasia recommended to utilize a cane to take stress off s/l alecta
Complete thread -- I am wonder if he said off-wall, (go back and change to) off-set...
Complete thread -- Thank you both :)
Complete thread -- Wow! I am amazed you found that. Thank you, poi!
Complete thread -- Thanks Questyr, not a lot of documentation, but it sure makes sense!
Complete thread -- 2.5-mm off-wall back off-set posteriorly
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for confirming!
Complete thread -- poi, see link
Complete thread -- One more unsure area. *We used a 2.5-mm off-wall back offset* posteriorly.
Complete thread -- Correct :)
Complete thread -- might want to post a wav for confirmation of this.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I hear *carrot*, *karat* whatever, but never heard this before. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Not sure of the *bringing it up from* part of dictation. Please see msg and wav
Complete thread -- I hear carrot (can visualize it, carrot look-like plug) BUT can't document it.
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying and confirming I posted the wav correctly.
Complete thread -- MCV?
Complete thread -- the wav is there. sorry can't help with blank, though.
Complete thread -- s/l MC was 99.7
Complete thread -- This is the next sentence. Does it sound correct?
Complete thread -- Not sure if I "sent" the wav file correctly. It is the first time I have tried this.
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav file and see message. Thanks
Complete thread -- TY. Never heard 'material' risks by my doctors before. TY.
Complete thread -- We got a 25 and a 22 bone plug with good graft using the Mitek guides. Sizes correct?
Complete thread -- material
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Vasovagal response - vasovagal episode or vasovagal response o ...
Complete thread -- discussed.... including a surgical procedure and the immediate ____ risks of surgery.
Complete thread -- could be...check Onelook for meaning of vagus
Complete thread -- some type of effect from coughing.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- nothing that breaks the attack.
Complete thread -- s/l *swallow talure* any ideas?thanks
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, see message
Complete thread -- SALONPAS® ARTHRITIS PAIN is the First and Only FDA-Approved OTC pain relieving patch. Its
Complete thread -- http://library.med.utah.edu/kw/ecg/ecg_outline/Lesson1/index.html
Complete thread -- That's because I'm not giving her an answer, but noting her "response" back, well lack the
Complete thread -- PR, QRS, QTc
Complete thread -- EKG showing normal PR, QR, SQTc interval. Sm
Complete thread -- Beta-2 microglobulin IMO
Complete thread -- beta 2
Complete thread -- perhaps perioral...not sure about orbits though.
Complete thread -- thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- parotid space?
Complete thread -- oh thank you
Complete thread -- I hear depression also.
Complete thread -- Oops, I mean periorbital. :)
Complete thread -- It sounds more like preortibal space. Thanks to both for your help! nm
Complete thread -- depression?
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- paraglottic space?
Complete thread -- Possibly some kind of patch...i.e. Fentanyl patch maybe ?
Complete thread -- Possibly periorbital space ?
Complete thread -- He took Motrin ... as well as a topical ______ "s/l fallon pas"
Complete thread -- Imaging shows a very large mass in the right hypopharynx. The tumor extends
Complete thread -- I can't document this drug hmmmphhhffffff...
Complete thread -- hmmmphhhffffff...
Complete thread -- What the other poster said is so true. If you really have been an MT
Complete thread -- There is a tonsil clamp. See link.
Complete thread -- s/l tonsil (right total hip replacement)
Complete thread -- doxorubicin, bleomycin, vinblastine, and dacarbazine (ABVD)
Complete thread -- help with chemo agents pleases
Complete thread -- link for lymphocyte panel (may see what you need)
Complete thread -- well, went back to listen and doc has already signed it!! He left it s.m.
Complete thread -- hmmm, that could be it. I will relisten. thanks!
Complete thread -- it isn't trifling to ask for context and mention board rules ask for that
Complete thread -- possibly "total score" see link to cardiac risk calculator
Complete thread -- Sorry, we always have ONE that continues to do this, even when context is given.
Complete thread -- couple of suggestions in archives using that spelling
Complete thread -- Then certainly you understand how context is important to figuring out a word/phrase you
Complete thread -- This is a preop consult by hospitalist for orthopedic surgery s.m. pls
Complete thread -- I have been an MT for over 20 years TUVM. Not going to participate in trifling banter.
Complete thread -- Mupirocin? Not sure it fits your (lack of) context though.
Complete thread -- Because you have to give context to get answers? Figuring out things from context is part
Complete thread -- no context
Complete thread -- so if you are unable to give context, say so rather than itch-_itch
Complete thread -- if increased pain, etc.
Complete thread -- and this is why I rarely visit this board :P
Complete thread -- see rules of the board ref CONTEXT like diagnosis, etc
Complete thread -- Med that s/l "mucocin"
Complete thread -- medication-controlled
Complete thread -- sure, hear & read term address/addressed, is their language sm
Complete thread -- medication-controlled or medication controlled
Complete thread -- discharged on 09/ ??? Date I guess. those are horrible btw
Complete thread -- molar pregnancy is it. Thank you to both for your help.
Complete thread -- audio too distorted to be 100%
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- molar pregnancy?
Complete thread -- She is advised to return if increase pain, fever, or other symptoms. Also need a ___
Complete thread -- Gabitril (Tiagabine)
Complete thread -- Possibly multiparity ?
Complete thread -- Yes that's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Patient came in with broken toe; history of seizures. Only med is "trisgabitril"
Complete thread -- s/l multi pregnancy
Complete thread -- sounds like #20 with no refills. very bad audio
Complete thread -- She also is going to receive Flagyl 2 grams p.o. and Rocephin 250 mg IM. I am going
Complete thread -- There is also an Accel-Heal - see link
Complete thread -- http://www.acell.com/wound_care.php That's the company name
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NM, Acell, have human and vet uses.
Complete thread -- escharectomy with use of *A Cell* to promote less adhesions
Complete thread -- type in forceps
Complete thread -- from Lexicon box above - Virtus splinter forceps
Complete thread -- usually lidocaine WITH 1:100,000 epinephrine
Complete thread -- with
Complete thread -- is to the correct word here sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much all for your hard work! ...
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- could also be bicuspid..I had one yesterday...and gross, it had a
Complete thread -- tricuspid or bicuspid, not much to choose from.
Complete thread -- could he be meaning tricuspid or is there another type of cuspid i'm not familiar
Complete thread -- That was it! Thanks very much
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you. That gives me something to go on
Complete thread -- Thank you very much. ...
Complete thread -- stuttering
Complete thread -- Possibly carboxyhemoglobin?
Complete thread -- Pt intubted because of smoke inhalation sm
Complete thread -- Possibly - he is just saying - next number or new number -
Complete thread -- wag-minimal?
Complete thread -- the pain was "s/l stud-er-ring". Please Help (Thank you).
Complete thread -- volumes?
Complete thread -- CT cx scan results: s/l numid left-sided hydrouterteral nephrosis
Complete thread -- too bad i don't have it. :( ...
Complete thread -- do u have a voice file ?
Complete thread -- What a super suggestion! I will listen again. Thank u SO much :)
Complete thread -- Neck: Both carotids are palpable. s/l Voyms seemed to be diminished p ...
Complete thread -- Possibly low malignant potential ovarian tumor ?
Complete thread -- there is no history of documented MI
Complete thread -- Hx of s/l "label leen ah potential ovarian tumor"
Complete thread -- Just a guess - thalamus or thalamic ?
Complete thread -- History: She has a chronic hypertension. She has had angina in the p ...
Complete thread -- To control the tremor, the patient underwent right VIM s/l downs deep brain
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 1st - developed ? 2nd - transfers ?
Complete thread -- didn't get a chance to listen before new wav put up.
Complete thread -- I think I hear usual something... maybe ADLs but not sure.
Complete thread -- She _____ myelodysplastic syndrome, _____ independent
Complete thread -- I am between ADLs and general health.. not sure of either of them.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I hear -- I doubt CHF and doubt pneumonia.
Complete thread -- 3. I doubt _____ pneumonia.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Using "vertiz" forceps for toenail removal.
Complete thread -- There is something after the Demerol, maybe just a mumble. MOM is a guess..not sure.
Complete thread -- "50 at h.s. and MOM(?) p.r.n. Allergic to Augmentin and Demerol _____.
Complete thread -- are you being solicited for accounts from offshorers now?
Complete thread -- it is there
Complete thread -- Old wav still there..
Complete thread -- and ____ Augmentin, and Demerol. Augmentin gave her ____ and Demerol
Complete thread -- Word of warning to posters here:
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had no clue. Will flag.
Complete thread -- scafing is the only thing I can think of, meaning trying to
Complete thread -- Never mind. Will flag. Have a few more.
Complete thread -- WAV file added. He rarely is clear enough to post on but this is clear.
Complete thread -- Is there slang or something else that sounds like scaping? skiping? Hard C sound.
Complete thread -- There really is no history relevant for Thermazene.
Complete thread -- I will flag. That is what I heard for both. Had he not had the N, would have thought
Complete thread -- #1 I hear Thermaze N but ? if mispronouncing Thermazene.
Complete thread -- WAV file 2 medications.
Complete thread -- pulse is, pulses are, but would depend on context. If a
Complete thread -- prescription for a trauma series for his left shoulder.
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- pulses.
Complete thread -- pulse? pulses?
Complete thread -- yes it is, but it was answered above.
Complete thread -- your answer is above, compliments of bjpaac (just in case you
Complete thread -- Dermatology was for a few skin tags on the patients neck. ...
Complete thread -- *they* can't, and neither can I! loL
Complete thread -- that makes sense with the dermatology referral! We know that can't spell! :)
Complete thread -- I wonder if he means acrochordon (skin tag) and just can't spell it.
Complete thread -- Sorry. I have no idea what to even suggest, particularly since he spelled it.
Complete thread -- Well, that suggestion doesn't work.Sorry. What is the dermatology referral for?
Complete thread -- He just goes straight into the plan section. CBC, CMP, and lipi ...
Complete thread -- not sure if that fits...what comes after it?
Complete thread -- A conundrum...
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Hypertension, elevated cholesterol, elevated li ...
Complete thread -- Oh shoot, I mean Im thinking it is TEE and he means TEF...and he gets a blank..
Complete thread -- I found this, and Im leaning toward it being PEE and he means PEF --- LOL
Complete thread -- I tried to send you a wav, but for some reason I cant, I used to be able to on another
Complete thread -- I'm just not sure they would do a bronchoscopy to rule that out,
Complete thread -- Interesting in that right before he says PEG tube should be considered and PE fistula
Complete thread -- no wave
Complete thread -- Tracheoesophageal fistula (TEF)?
Complete thread -- then I'd flag it, if he clearly misstated it.
Complete thread -- Pulmonary was consulted and bronchoscopy was done to rule out a "TEE". He says this
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- recurrent pain in face? WAG
Complete thread -- Never mind - he said "excuse me, you can erase that sentence." Sheesh.
Complete thread -- (dental procedure) exposing s/l "scuse me hen reces-tenance period in last sentence."
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- XXXXX with past medical history of recurrent ____________, lumbar face ...
Complete thread -- pediatric pulmonology consult - .wav sent - labs ordered...
Complete thread -- It doesn't quite s/l attach. I'll listen some more. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you both very much!
Complete thread -- typo...seems (not see) possible
Complete thread -- see possible, see link
Complete thread -- ??to attach to the renal vein??....I'm off to see if I can find support for this guess
Complete thread -- Carrel
Complete thread -- see link Carrel patch
Complete thread -- valgus was correct. Sorry Questyr. should have put it up here.
Complete thread -- we could have more than one s/l "Currell" patch from the aorta
Complete thread -- If I had read the full thread I would have realized U said it was valgus.
Complete thread -- vena cava was stapled using TA stapler to s/l "address" to the renal vein.
Complete thread -- ??subluxed??
Complete thread -- nm wonderful, valgus is correct. thanks to both. I could not hear valgus w/o your help.
Complete thread -- maybe punctuation like dash? left hip-impacted femoral neck??
Complete thread -- valgus?
Complete thread -- s/l ducks or dox impacted femoral neck fracture
Complete thread -- ultrasound of the carotids and 2-D echo. ? on #2 srry
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Big thanks and great help
Complete thread -- Fluticasone Oral Inhalation Dosage Forms. This medicine is available as an oral inhaler. P
Complete thread -- Fluticasone oral inhalation is used to prevent difficulty breathing, chest tightness, whee
Complete thread -- fluticasone 0.1 mg "orally" daily - sm
Complete thread -- Moved on.. thanks!
Complete thread -- He has IBS, Behcet's, and SLE.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- This guy is driving me nuts. Now I got s/l "flow core" and "ferazine"
Complete thread -- scoliosis, convex to the left, and a somewhat compensatory....
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- NM.. its "Forteo"!
Complete thread -- List of meds. s/l "forteel"
Complete thread -- It would be affected then. (sm)
Complete thread -- intervention other than just some debridement of the ....
Complete thread -- thank you very much!
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- pain
Complete thread -- What is it that is not being affected or effected?
Complete thread -- I would change it to foramina. (nm)
Complete thread -- It is not affected by coughing or sneezing (affected okay here? or effected?)
Complete thread -- change to foramina?
Complete thread -- was also (used ?) to ensure .. taps and tapped down to the appropriate level
Complete thread -- The scoliosis is convex, scoliosis, convex to the left, I see plenty of reason for
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- There has to be a reason for every comma such as using one before a conjunction (sm)
Complete thread -- I agree no commas
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- why ?
Complete thread -- thanks much
Complete thread -- No comma necessary
Complete thread -- scoliosis, convex (in curve) to the left and somewhat compensatory, mild
Complete thread -- No problem! I don't know if the OP has come back yet. :D
Complete thread -- Per the Gregg Reference Manual, follow the salutation with a colon (sm)
Complete thread -- is a comma necessary in here? Don't know where to put one if needed.
Complete thread -- oops, didn't look in box to see you already answered #2
Complete thread -- 1. in all other aspects? 2. facial
Complete thread -- oh thank you!
Complete thread -- Seasonique
Complete thread -- Seasonique
Complete thread -- CURRENT MEDICATIONS: s/l Seezineek.
Complete thread -- self-resolving. all self- words should be hyphenated. free of saliva and debris.
Complete thread -- depends on style and account preferences
Complete thread -- help please with mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Oh, that I had your search skills!! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Barthel Index - BI is what he is saying. Found it.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- comma
Complete thread -- lentigines might be in there, but acanthosis nigricans seems a better match w/ whole s/l.
Complete thread -- when you have to type a letter to an MD, which do you use?
Complete thread -- figured it out. Idiopathic.
Complete thread -- epileptic?
Complete thread -- I've seen the term apathetic related to seizures. Maybe a place to start?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- patient had an s/l apathic seizure in 1995
Complete thread -- Tenovate 0.05 twice daily as needed sm
Complete thread -- No, you were right. He just slurred it all together. Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- proteinaceous
Complete thread -- med help please - sm
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought I might have heard that.
Complete thread -- check this link-once you record the wav, just click on box
Complete thread -- rips?
Complete thread -- chloride? I know it's not your s/l, but fits there
Complete thread -- It makes sense, particularly since the patient wouldn't cooperate
Complete thread -- Is there a link that shows how to cut a segment of your dictation to post on here? nm
Complete thread -- temperature was refused
Complete thread -- The patient will get a basic metabolic profile today. The patient had ...
Complete thread -- s/l he's saying The temperature is refused. Anyone else hearing this? nm
Complete thread -- wav file. Is there a number in there?
Complete thread -- clips (surgical clips) ?
Complete thread -- I didn't hear stumps - but see inside for surrounding sentences
Complete thread -- Postoperative stumps? surrounding sentences?
Complete thread -- It sounds like drips or trips - thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- sites?
Complete thread -- s/l drips - sm
Complete thread -- and dictates BP as 9751. Geeze. even medically, don't they know that, even if ESL
Complete thread -- New ESL dictator, and for weight he says admitting weight of 22 cages (kgS), arghhh
Complete thread -- Thanks. i thought so, just wanted another opinion...
Complete thread -- I split it in the end. I can edit this doctor, since he often makes no sense...
Complete thread -- I did. Will flag. Just too iffy on this. Thanks for all the help.
Complete thread -- him, as well as
Complete thread -- found 2 sources for Hidalgo catheter Tessier surg bk 3rd & sm
Complete thread -- NM, figured it out.
Complete thread -- sorry, number comes up but ID locked, i guess you had the same problem.
Complete thread -- punctuation of sentence help? thanks
Complete thread -- that looks fine to me.......
Complete thread -- Georgia. Statesboro or Metter.
Complete thread -- How would you treat this sentence?
Complete thread -- don't think so, that number doesn't show up in google. What state is this?
Complete thread -- I think it is 912
Complete thread -- I tried that. I also looked up Metter County Clinic and the numbers did not jive.
Complete thread -- The first time, sounded like his county, the 2nd time, discounted.
Complete thread -- what's the area code? Do reverse phone lookup to see who the phone number belongs to.
Complete thread -- Yes, he tried to say it right.
Complete thread -- I thought county but it really sounded more like discount.
Complete thread -- Is he saying Pravastatin?
Complete thread -- sure sounds like it. could be 'his county clinic?
Complete thread -- you're welcome...best thing about this board in my opinion, learning something new :)
Complete thread -- MP3 file. Is he saying discounted?
Complete thread -- transverse process?
Complete thread -- Were you done? I just posted. If not, I will post on MP3. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Please let me know when I can post a wav. Thanks!
Complete thread -- guesses. not familiar, but these are from google search - Swan-Ganz, Baim-Turi, Cournand,
Complete thread -- sounds like they tucked in her chin for positioning.
Complete thread -- something something availability of oxygen.
Complete thread -- No wav there....
Complete thread -- Seldinger
Complete thread -- Eagle Gate Dental is in UT too. you need to click on links on Google to check them.
Complete thread -- where's there an Eagle Gate College in TN? there's one in UT.
Complete thread -- with military flexion *tucking in the chin*
Complete thread -- lateral mass on the right anterior *Translate* exposing
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Cardiac surgery: s/l Subzure technique?
Complete thread -- a 7 French Hijalgo catheter?.......
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- dull? dullness or??
Complete thread -- where?
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- noted at the midsubstance level of the
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- the word heave or heaving is in there
Complete thread -- oops, just came back and noted I left out word - Eagle "Gate" College,
Complete thread -- I agree. Thanks.
Complete thread -- MP3 file sent
Complete thread -- dosage fits for citalopram. Since tylopentin not a med, probably
Complete thread -- since there is eagle college and eagle gate dental in tenn, so prob correct link
Complete thread -- patient was injured in Atlanta.. ...
Complete thread -- She starts like Citalopram but changes up to tylopentin. Not sure if the citalo is
Complete thread -- I heard spiro too. Googled Superior too.
Complete thread -- I hear spiro, don't find spiro or asperio here is google.com list of U.S. Military Med Ct
Complete thread -- what state?
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- SM maybe
Complete thread -- playing basketball in Atlanta when he was in the military ?
Complete thread -- basketball in the ??? when he was in the military (not much help)
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- poi ..thanks for the CT cyst measuring info..new one for me
Complete thread -- I find Eagle Creek and Eagleville. Do you know city?
Complete thread -- Nothing there
Complete thread -- anyone from TN?
Complete thread -- plz check now
Complete thread -- nothing there
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- he believes the last were at age 7.
Complete thread -- he believes were at age 7, but she thinks it might have been later?
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- i dont have the file in my pc, thank you so much for the help! ...
Complete thread -- Can u hear "diffuse heaving"
Complete thread -- She says she has had her cholesterol checked in the past....
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- 2800.
Complete thread -- Neck: Her neck veins are slightly distended. Her carotids are easily f ...
Complete thread -- thanks! ...
Complete thread -- or recent myocaridal MI?
Complete thread -- He has evidence of at least rotator cuff tendinopathy, if not a small tear of....
Complete thread -- 2.8 thousand
Complete thread -- How do you type *two point 8 thousand* nm
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- electrocardiogram shows irregular sinus rhythm with ST-T wave. changes ...
Complete thread -- thanks! ...
Complete thread -- I would think it was "murmur, _____ or rub." The blank could be gallop, thrill, heave, etc
Complete thread -- heart is regular in rhythm without s/l murmurchial perub? ...
Complete thread -- thank you so much! ...
Complete thread -- I think it might be Darvocet
Complete thread -- cath report: s/l "Kyze 4" horizontal guiding catheter?? nm
Complete thread -- Physical examination
Complete thread -- initial office evaluation
Complete thread -- nevermind...I this is a feeding tube.
Complete thread -- probably means a right-angled J-shaped chest tube
Complete thread -- Ryle's?
Complete thread -- A "raj" right-angle chest tube was placed through the pectoral space.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- or significant swelling or deformity.
Complete thread -- localized tenderness -- agree with grade 1 Lachman's
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!!!!
Complete thread -- see if it's Galeazzi's fracture (listed in Lexicon link)
Complete thread -- Forearm fracture s/l "Galiotzi" fracture or "Galleoti" fracture.
Complete thread -- moves all limbs well..... lateralizing signs.
Complete thread -- Then he gives NEUROLOGICAL: Moves all extremities well.
Complete thread -- He is enumerating 1) No PE or calf tenderness. 2) No significant swelling or deformity.
Complete thread -- No pedal edema or calf tenderness. No --
Complete thread -- No pedal edema or calf tenderness _____2.30_____ deformity. NEU ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Acanthosis nigricans is traditionally characterized by hyperpigmented, velvety plaques of
Complete thread -- You must provide more context for us please.
Complete thread -- He is saying what really sounds like drop back
Complete thread -- tp has s/l ecocanenigraines on skin exam
Complete thread -- actually this board is my break from working all the time :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ,grade I, Lachman?
Complete thread -- "Ostomy stenosis."
Complete thread -- grade 1 drop back Sm
Complete thread -- 2. _____ stenosis.
Complete thread -- That is a huge area.
Complete thread -- if you say
Complete thread -- well smart arsh, it explains what is going on and why that may be used.
Complete thread -- I agree!!
Complete thread -- I think so, too. It has to be:(
Complete thread -- I have to agree. Nah I never visit Rvus anymore:(
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone...I am going to leave it as dictated.
Complete thread -- and how does that answer if the doctor should use 11 units on EBL?
Complete thread -- can google.com tangential excision and skin grafting of burn wounds.
Complete thread -- this exact thing comes up a lot on MTStars Company board
Complete thread -- Not win. Since here day and night thought you needed work.
Complete thread -- not familiar, so guess. May be HCV tac is tacrolimus & viral load
Complete thread -- Why? No need for a trailing zero on a temperature. unless it was dictated as 105 point
Complete thread -- I had a hemoglobin of 5 and was given only 4 units, so if this
Complete thread -- Injury happened 3 days ago...50% total body surface area burn.
Complete thread -- Oops...this belongs below. Please ignore.
Complete thread -- why not?
Complete thread -- Injury happened 3 days ago...50
Complete thread -- Then it is probably the doctor's phrasing. Had the injury just happened?
Complete thread -- Actually, the seizure occurs when the temp starts coming down.
Complete thread -- coming out as fast as it went in.
Complete thread -- It was tangential excision and skin grafting of burn wounds.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- No, I haven't.. but was it a critical like a GSW something? still odd though.
Complete thread -- You wouldn't do a temperature as 105.0 either, just in case.
Complete thread -- Have you ever heard estimated blood loss dictated in units?
Complete thread -- Yes, they do, of course that is excessively high and can cause seizures and
Complete thread -- Children often get very high fevers that cause febrile seizures, but
Complete thread -- child has had temp up to "a hundred and five" for the past 3 days. SM
Complete thread -- HCV *tack-lin* viral load is 258,260. AFP is 8.45. SM for more context if
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- direct involvement?
Complete thread -- Excision of lesion. The margins were free of *direct vol-limp.* The lesion was....
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info Win. Working totally independent now and
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- He has a *spain-ker* rod in his back. Doc with Brooklyn kind of accent. SM for
Complete thread -- They don't say how they plan to pay though
Complete thread -- Would wonder if it isn't a ploy to get folks to go to Career Step
Complete thread -- yes, I spotted that this week. I'll have to change it manually.
Complete thread -- billybob, can you change the archives by date to 2011? When i click it, it is still
Complete thread -- This topic came up on Restuvus board about a month ago...did you see
Complete thread -- That makes sense... The recording cuts out, so context is pretty much all I have!
Complete thread -- Thanks! Too quick to respond.
Complete thread -- hy·po·es·the·sia (hp-s-thzh) KEY also hy·pes·the·sia (hps-) KEY
Complete thread -- hypoaesthesia
Complete thread -- Pt may have orbital blow out fracture. He doesn't have s/l hipasthesia on smg
Complete thread -- I can find Austin bunionectomy, but not Austin tenectomy.
Complete thread -- Austin's tenectomy? I feel like this is going to be so obvious, but I am having a
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Sometimes I think MTSOs have MTs test just to make themselves feel
Complete thread -- this is so easy, just read the information one level is set at 5 and one is 15, whereas
Complete thread -- not much help
Complete thread -- I'll go back and relisted to see if that seems to fit the syllables I think I'm hearing!
Complete thread -- poi are you looking for rad job?
Complete thread -- That's correct. That is what BiPAP is - bi=2 levels
Complete thread -- Probably too late, but these hits show...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I don't understand this stuff much; found this. I would prob flag though
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- awesome. thank you.
Complete thread -- that we have little to offer her
Complete thread -- or is it fifteen "at" five or fifteen "in" five sixty percent
Complete thread -- sepsis. (and albumin, not albumen)
Complete thread -- MP3. Demented patient in need of placement, doc talking to her son.
Complete thread -- An 83-year-old woman with recurrent ______.
Complete thread -- since there is no 3-0 I'd say it is three (the number used)
Complete thread -- That is the correct dose for fexofenadine which would fit with diagnoses; however, unless
Complete thread -- med s/l saw-fent-a-dine ESL doc sm
Complete thread -- s/l "did not qualify" ...
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Complete thread -- s/l "a person" ...
Complete thread -- We discussed when she is walking she should focus only on that. I dis ...
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Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Actually, I'm confusing myself. sm
Complete thread -- After urine culture, start "inishi and mackovy" accordingly.
Complete thread -- this is so far from other helper, but I hear "woman with constipation."
Complete thread -- Thanks..I'll check it out.
Complete thread -- Yes, Windows XP. Thanks. I'll check out YouTube.
Complete thread -- I get rhythm strips done..it is not a full EKG with all the leads. sm
Complete thread -- I would specifically label it a rhythm strip. sm
Complete thread -- I don't think your question is clear (to me). What do you mean
Complete thread -- There is NO such thing as 0-0 suture, no matter what the material is.
Complete thread -- that sounds like what I usually hear! :)
Complete thread -- or could it be 2-0 4-0 FiberWire and he's saying 2 4 0 as a shortcut..hmmm
Complete thread -- are you using Windows? Use the sound recorder and a microphone
Complete thread -- I use the Sound Recorder in the Accessories folder (under Entertainment). works great.
Complete thread -- Now it sounds like two 4-0 FiberWire. I think that's it.
Complete thread -- What's a good program to use to get a clip of a voice file instead of
Complete thread -- He could be correcting himself. I'm not used to him so I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- sounds to me like he is saying.....with recurrent episodes of sacral decubiti
Complete thread -- well, now he has thrown me for a loop over a simple thing.
Complete thread -- An 83-year-old woman with recurrent ______.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- WAG-some pancreatic duct dilatation??? Santorini duct???
Complete thread -- Is he correcting himself? Are you sure about the *wire*? Could that be Vicryl?
Complete thread -- Is he correcting himself? Are you sure about the *wire*? Could that be Vicryl?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- there was a similar question on MTstars too,
Complete thread -- using s/l **two 4-0 5-0**
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- There is no footnote or company either. One reference does not a right answer make
Complete thread -- atrial sensing
Complete thread -- I apologize. I wasn't thinking right about the size on that.
Complete thread -- darned enter key....continued:
Complete thread -- large amount of stool in the rectum with stranding... presacral fat
Complete thread -- EKG: FINDINGS: Sinus rhythm. Premature ventricular contractions. Dual-chamber pa
Complete thread -- scan again showed ___ dilation to 1.6 cm ...stranding adjacent to the presacral _____
Complete thread -- hmm, yep, let me write that one down, makes sense to me
Complete thread -- Interesting link, but it is the only example I have ever seen and...sm
Complete thread -- there is a mesentery proper? sm
Complete thread -- yep Surgidac 0 sutures & 0-0 too sm
Complete thread -- Not too worried about that. Since ASR, QA feedback has sort of disappeared. sm
Complete thread -- yep, table wire sm & link
Complete thread -- =( there seems to be a problem when i upload the file.. tnx anyway
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirmation. I went with ring ray.
Complete thread -- That makes sense to me, it was incomplete because they could
Complete thread -- I hear something and then he says not return, and that's all that is there???
Complete thread -- aint' workin' sorry
Complete thread -- Me either, nothing even remotely close in Stedman's, nothing on google even. I think she i
Complete thread -- I would think guidewire...The marker pigtail catheter was placed over the guidewire...
Complete thread -- I marked it again just to see what QA says this time.
Complete thread -- Sorry, let me try again, that was the only wav pulling up!
Complete thread -- pls pls pls help with wav
Complete thread -- "A pigtail wire was advance over a "table" wire into the abdominal aorta."
Complete thread -- i uploaded the file again, its a wav file
Complete thread -- that is not the WAV, is this an MP3?
Complete thread -- She is a very active woman. She skis, mountain bikes, and does yoga. ...
Complete thread -- the area of the [s/l venzaleebra] proper?? see message
Complete thread -- he has some mild runny nose. No cough. He has been afebrile. No swimming?
Complete thread -- LOL., it sounds like he actually is asking his gallstones if they are ... can U recast any
Complete thread -- Please help with wav1
Complete thread -- More here....
Complete thread -- ring ray would make sense (fourth finger) have heard ray used for fingers and toes.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Odd, I can only fine 4-0 to 6-0 per the manufacturer s/m
Complete thread -- Kaplan's cardinal line -
Complete thread -- GI
Complete thread -- "3 times 0" Surgidac sutures were used to close the crura posteriorly.
Complete thread -- Sounds like "ring ray" now.
Complete thread -- Oops... Not sure how that double post happened...
Complete thread -- Well, at least I'm not crazy for not being able to find a match! :)
Complete thread -- Well, at least I'm not crazy for not being able to find a match! :)
Complete thread -- That was correct. Had already turned it in, but on relisten, you are right.
Complete thread -- S/L ** ring range** (this is carpal tunnel surgery).
Complete thread -- then, she is not really saying something like.. "Forthwith, from the ....ankles, the incis
Complete thread -- I think I got it - she always puts up a fit
Complete thread -- maybe senile xerosis
Complete thread -- The sentence before is the first sentence of the section and is...
Complete thread -- what comes before, really that sentence doesn't seem to flow with what is going on.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think I can hear fit in there. just can't make the rest out.
Complete thread -- Sounds like "forprit"? See message
Complete thread -- I flagged the area and had to leave. Came back to thank everyone.
Complete thread -- stabs is another term for immature neutrophils on a differential?
Complete thread -- she threw a fit? WAG
Complete thread -- fluid density is measured using Hounsfield units (HU) on CT
Complete thread -- mp3 posted. see message
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He needs
Complete thread -- IMMUNIZATIONS: ___________Tdap, Menacra, and influenza immunizations. ...
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- is that no swimming ? at the end pls hear :) ...
Complete thread -- LABORATORY DATA: His [s/l 12 stab] is down from 24 yesterday.
Complete thread -- apophyseal is also an option with the fifth metatarsal
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- osteoarthritis involving primarily the medial compartment no *of bone*
Complete thread -- metatarsal epiphyseal
Complete thread -- tp has fifth metatarsus s/l papacele area
Complete thread -- Pt has history of "Y" MGUS." I verified the MGUS, but can't figure out the Y part.
Complete thread -- I would say tenderness
Complete thread -- He's putting a big pause in there..."xero.....ptosis." Wonder if he started to say
Complete thread -- Easily found by googling - 0.045
Complete thread -- should be this (SM)
Complete thread -- Nope, sounds like zerotosis/serotosis/xerotosis
Complete thread -- senile nephrosclerosis?
Complete thread -- I am looking up "senile" in Stedman's... senile keratosis ? there are lots listed
Complete thread -- senile amyloidosis? senile arteriosclerosis?
Complete thread -- primarily the medial compartment joint is what I hear
Complete thread -- I am SOOOOO sorry. I posted and then went back to my report without looking at what I
Complete thread -- Listed under PMH: senile *xerotosis*/*xeroptosis*/*zerotosis*
Complete thread -- Just can't get those words in the middle. will flag. Thanks
Complete thread -- primarily noted? I am slowing it way down, still can't quite it.
Complete thread -- could be: "primarily normal the medial compartment"
Complete thread -- any guesses??
Complete thread -- Think primarily could be incorrect as well.
Complete thread -- WAV file, I think I am missing words where the blank is but not sure.
Complete thread -- he said: oh four five K wire. is that 0.45? 0 4 5 ? 045?
Complete thread -- s/l blossom tablets
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll look into it, but that's probably it.
Complete thread -- Ikari is a new guide catheter for transradial intervention (TRI) that produces...
Complete thread -- the part where I hear "lift" is probably left. Now just looking for the "carry"
Complete thread -- Radial approach cardiac cath. Afterward, a s/l carrylift catheter
Complete thread -- S/L Augmentin XL sm
Complete thread -- I would have thought "indicate simple fluid etc" or "represent simple..etc" ..I have never
Complete thread -- I found a vet supplies (Jorvet) who has Esmark bandages/touriquet, but
Complete thread -- Well, I need to send in now. I'm going to type it as Esmarch.
Complete thread -- Doc just told me how to spell this bandage and said it is *Esmark.* I know there's
Complete thread -- this makes sense to me, simple fluid as opposed to dense fluids (like blood)
Complete thread -- In this link there is talk of urothelial origin, so perhaps....
Complete thread -- THat is the only thing I could find but could not hear the "n".
Complete thread -- neurogenic?
Complete thread -- there is" for one item. (singular nouns) Use "there is" for non-count items. (non-count no
Complete thread -- were (take out apparently to help you decide)
Complete thread -- was or were
Complete thread -- in the kidneys some of which *measure simple fluid attenuation* and are consistent
Complete thread -- s/l urogenic cyst or bronchogenic cyst
Complete thread -- sorry for the delay but thank you so much for helping
Complete thread -- maybe glycoprotein? (see below on page for discussion of doctors and spelling)
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- yep, rectus is the descriptor for muscle which is the noun, rectus muscles
Complete thread -- I got it. Finally. He said, "...the platysma muscle was plicated laterally..."
Complete thread -- Would you change recti muscles to rectus muscles?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- WAG-microscope? (Suggestion: something was brought out of the field,
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- facelift - ESL
Complete thread -- ty both very much but he says CAG very clearly. what would the G stand for? gonna flag.
Complete thread -- ahh
Complete thread -- s/l mox shield
Complete thread -- CA-125, cancer antigen-125, is a protein
Complete thread -- ckups and then a *duramets* to flap a dural flap base towards the sinus
Complete thread -- CA125
Complete thread -- pls help with cardiac note. s/l CAG125? see message and thank you for helping
Complete thread -- mental?
Complete thread -- muscle and body pain?
Complete thread -- columnar epitheium
Complete thread -- anxious and vulnerable because of his *nestle* and body pain.
Complete thread -- sounds like a plan - thx all!
Complete thread -- showed biopsy is consistent with *columba epithelium*
Complete thread -- 5. Pneumatosis. 6. seizure disorder. ?
Complete thread -- 4. Hyperlipidemia. No s/l Niss toe sis. 5. Seizure disorder.
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- I would never ever guess at that. I'd flag it and sent it with that info in the note.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- TNKase
Complete thread -- Please see message...
Complete thread -- I elected to give the patient _______ (s/l T-M-K-ace)
Complete thread -- ROFL! (after I jumped on google and looked up QED)
Complete thread -- Thank you very much! ...
Complete thread -- palisading?
Complete thread -- s/l pala-seating (MRI of knee)
Complete thread -- Give it a minute or 2. Depending on the size of the wav sent, some take a bit longer to
Complete thread -- need is a strong word, they could and they could not.
Complete thread -- Q.E.D.! lol! :-) :-)
Complete thread -- It's Margaret. I don't know why you even ask. Her style is not gonna change.
Complete thread -- Because she is a doctor! LOL
Complete thread -- ? injection
Complete thread -- Not being nasty at all, simply need the info...
Complete thread -- So why the capital E in extremely, Mgt, and why the comma inside the parens?
Complete thread -- You need both commas, and it should be "which WERE negative." (Plural from allergies.)
Complete thread -- That is a very good WAG. I will listen again. Thanks a million zillion :)
Complete thread -- solidly
Complete thread -- solidly - nm
Complete thread -- s/l iris c s sclerotherapy.
Complete thread -- arthrodesis appears to have healed "soddenly" (or solemnly or something).
Complete thread -- I would drop the , after hives, but leave it before which
Complete thread -- is my punctuation correct here or is the comma before which not necessary?
Complete thread -- Thanks, just needed reassurance. ...
Complete thread -- Wish I had read the responses first..lol!! I know to do that, but what
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- Looks good to me!
Complete thread -- I thoroughly enjoyed that entire conversation. Very interesting point ...
Complete thread -- punctuation - correct?
Complete thread -- Commas - correct?
Complete thread -- I agree, they shouldn't HAVE to. I was just answering the question.
Complete thread -- I believe there is truth in both responses above. SM
Complete thread -- I worked for an ortho for a while and they don't always know things like drugs, etc.,
Complete thread -- They shouldn't HAVE to. The original idea behind our jobs was that WE were supposed
Complete thread -- I actually don't think they spell all that bad. They just don't stop
Complete thread -- I have a ? What's your theory on why docs are such poor spellers?
Complete thread -- (no ?:) Wm W.K. Zung MD was one of my professors at Duke (depression rating scale.)SM
Complete thread -- to "surfaces" on the glans penis?
Complete thread -- thanks- that is what I thought he meant but not what was said
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- see if you can hear .."locking the femoral end of the graft in place"
Complete thread -- straight-shot graft sheath....it is not a medical term, but
Complete thread -- tunnel locking the *femoral* into the graft in place
Complete thread -- s/l straight shot graft sheath
Complete thread -- look right above your message in the green text
Complete thread -- click on the little blue button above that says send/listen to
Complete thread -- Yes, called substuting personalization. I called in Dr. X, = I called in Interventional Ra
Complete thread -- Suboxone/Subutex on posterous ... prescription monitoring programs (PMP) (1)
Complete thread -- Prolly a silly question, but how do you listen to wavs?
Complete thread -- Hope the person who asked for my email yesterday got it:)
Complete thread -- trademark specimen of Atrac-Tain, see link.
Complete thread -- sense even
Complete thread -- Scapulae makes since since the were pulling breech, they stopped
Complete thread -- see link...I would think "chronically active" IMO
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- BMP-1?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! I was trying all kinds of spellings! nm
Complete thread -- Supprelin? (see link)
Complete thread -- He misspelled and there is a hyphen...see link
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- dermatitis to which *atractian* will be applied
Complete thread -- no..circumcision
Complete thread -- I was thinking the same thing! LOL
Complete thread -- inactive or and active?
Complete thread -- Patient on Suboxone. Doctor ordered a urine tox screen and a
Complete thread -- telemetry or telemetry monitor nm
Complete thread -- on *telamather* she was found to have episodes of tachycardia with AVNRT
Complete thread -- pt with short stature med s/l cipralan sm
Complete thread -- it's some areas - no, that was me being lazy..... so shoot me! .. lol
Complete thread -- some areas?
Complete thread -- good grief is dictator slanging circ for circumference (should be shot)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Can you cite where I'd find information about Bierer forceps sm
Complete thread -- Jujubes! LOL.
Complete thread -- urology word help - sm
Complete thread -- I don't suppose he is saying diagnosis???????
Complete thread -- oh he's stuttering over Juven 24 grams.
Complete thread -- You rock!!! Thanks so much
Complete thread -- I get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- joe-joe-bean 24 grams through feeding tube daily.
Complete thread -- extraction was then performed up to the *scapula*
Complete thread -- s/l jose may be 10 cm foci of T2 and FLAIR etc ? sm
Complete thread -- AnaMantle
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Med help - prescription for the "ano mintal" just to use if nothing else helps
Complete thread -- area?
Complete thread -- Book of Style...it is a style guide for MTs.
Complete thread -- s/l *jose of T2 and FLAIR*any suggestions? Thanks
Complete thread -- BOS? please clarify
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- Yes, can't quote the BOS, but I know it's there!
Complete thread -- link go down 1/4 pg to picture Fig.8 N+7 rule, it is right there. Can't copy/paste it
Complete thread -- capitalize or not
Complete thread -- I used the "+" sign not the word "plus" maybe that made a difference??
Complete thread -- Pulmonary consult was called as she may need _____ treatment for her effusion
Complete thread -- wil relisten thanks.
Complete thread -- Listening again, I definitely hear "bir" something, but he's ESL. Could be "ver"
Complete thread -- thoracic "area and" apparent...?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Appreciate knowing what it was.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- I knew what the "age + 7" thing was having to do with-sm
Complete thread -- Nevermind, its wave... ;-P
Complete thread -- No problem. You're welcome. :)
Complete thread -- Sport Medicine - s/l fluid "brave" appreciated in knee...
Complete thread -- You know-I did that and couldn't find anything. Isn't that weird? I was completely-sm
Complete thread -- md keeps saying s/l rain, not range.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure if you read my post above, but my rejection of the idea has to do with
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Google "Miller and Hinkin N+7 rule"
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- 2. _____ Cardizem q.8 hours x3.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Bitter much? I happen to like my dictators and work closely with them. I respect them...
Complete thread -- proteinaceous maybe
Complete thread -- N + 7. google +7 rule tibia
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!
Complete thread -- thrombocytopenia secondary to the ICU *sick infection* sepsis
Complete thread -- No, totally inappropriate to context. I'm just going to flag as I have
Complete thread -- Pleurovac
Complete thread -- LET
Complete thread -- draining large amounts from the *pour oh vac*
Complete thread -- s/l? proteination? s/m
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- The patient has a laceration..
Complete thread -- Can't find anything. Sorry
Complete thread -- I really have no idea-but I've been searching. Could it be "age plus 7" rule?
Complete thread -- It is an English construct, and as it IS my job to make my dictators look good, I will..
Complete thread -- Utilizing *N plus 7* rule we made a drill hole through the tibia.
Complete thread -- Patient not in hospital. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- pure guesses--"her table" or "verifiable"--WAG
Complete thread -- More for you-noninfectious pulmonary dysfunction (NIPD)-sm
Complete thread -- I found a list of home nursing care in Mesa, AZ, but nothing that sounds like that
Complete thread -- ... bruising on her arms which would be from s/l "bir table" trauma. (ESL)
Complete thread -- Billybob-Not sure if you're around, but your link posting button-sm
Complete thread -- Here's an organization that also points to the actual existence of such a word...
Complete thread -- (Put www dot in front of this)--nature.com/bmt/journal/v36/n7/full/1705105a.html
Complete thread -- Mesa, Arizona area - s/l Aleer Home Nursing ?
Complete thread -- NIPD? The link posting thingy won't work-so, I'll just copy and paste-sm
Complete thread -- Well, there is such a word to Filipinos themselves, whom I've known a few of personally.
Complete thread -- Sounds to me like "no tenderness, bowel sounds normal patent"
Complete thread -- In Spanish, verbs and nouns are gender specific (tia vs tio, nina vs nino, etc.); however
Complete thread -- I hear "no tenderness" rather than nontender. But, I can't get your blank!
Complete thread -- The chest x-ray showed *ung eye P D*
Complete thread -- More here on Filipino woman vs. Filipina...
Complete thread -- Abdomen is soft, nontender. _____
Complete thread -- Is the pt. a hospital pt.? I.E., Is the pt. being discharged from a hospital-s,m
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- dunno s/l, but full-thickness, horseshoe-shaped
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- possibly slurring "to limit weightbearing" ?
Complete thread -- right, I missed that point above. (Filipinos would be plural, fwiw.)
Complete thread -- it is Filipina for a female (like Latina vs. Latino). but...
Complete thread -- Filipino is gender neutral. There is no feminine and/or masculine form, definitely no S.
Complete thread -- Instructed the patient *to home at* weightbearing as much as possible.
Complete thread -- It's been many, many years since I took Spanish. I
Complete thread -- You're welcome!
Complete thread -- yeppers. second comma optional. I think some here would put the
Complete thread -- thanks! i was wondering if that was it. you were a big help to me today! no QAs left!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info!
Complete thread -- sounds like "oral surgery" to me
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- in, but overall, she
Complete thread -- see inside. It is now being offered to males as well (sm)
Complete thread -- wav help PAST ILLNESSES AND OPERATIONS: In December of 2009, the patient had ____
Complete thread -- where would you put the comma(s)?
Complete thread -- sorry, must have misread what the vaccine was for
Complete thread -- it's a boy, but i think you're right, what does this shot have to do with girl/boy?
Complete thread -- Could be a stretch but if a girl, maybe Gardasil?
Complete thread -- 13 years. good idea, i'll look up immunizations around that age and see if i can find it
Complete thread -- due to the radiographs, we would still like to keep her in the boot...
Complete thread -- due to the ____, i would still like to keep her in the boot
Complete thread -- Ha! Teach me to look before I leap! Sorry about that. What's the patient's age?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- thanks, but this is pediatric endocrinology. if it was cortisol, i think that would have
Complete thread -- formula feeds
Complete thread -- cortisol
Complete thread -- wav help. The patient has allergies to ____.
Complete thread -- it is "I have given a referral to behavioral science in case ...&# ...
Complete thread -- s/l cartisal. His immunization history is up to date, but he is due for his 2nd ____
Complete thread -- agree with as far as, i.e. according to. blank - WAG -I have given her a referral for ___
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- forget it - flagged
Complete thread -- followup of verruca plantaris of subfirst metatarsal head of the right foot.
Complete thread -- please give more of a lead-in to your question for the wav file and the text.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- glucose fasting ...
Complete thread -- glucose fasting?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- medication - s/l Aseria (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks dear ...
Complete thread -- hey, you're welcome.
Complete thread -- does it sound like "Patient failed outpatient treatment "?as f ...
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- <_____> in case she wants to get some further counseling at He ...
Complete thread -- just noticed: 1.) Patient *failed* outpatient treatments...
Complete thread -- 1.) counselor at work. 3.) at Henry Ford. 4.) At this point, I do not think she is
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- thanks both!
Complete thread -- It works.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me, hidden, unknown.
Complete thread -- does 'cryptic' make sense in this context?
Complete thread -- If you go by BOS, it says not to use commas between drugs
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- Personally, I would offset the #90 with commas. Lodine 300 mg, #90, to take in...
Complete thread -- msg
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion!
Complete thread -- yw. punctuation suggestion too (at "therefore," last sentence)
Complete thread -- That's it. Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- pseudosinusoidal? (see link)
Complete thread -- OB help please. s/l "pseudosinusoral" SM for details.
Complete thread -- well, I just goofed too. HER = human epidermal *growth factor* receptor
Complete thread -- Yeah, I know. It was just a typo because I wasn't paying attention.
Complete thread -- grrr. Sure wasted a lot of time refuting you, lol. ;)
Complete thread -- do you have a s/l
Complete thread -- abdominal sonogram
Complete thread -- one condition in two places...radiculopathy
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- radiculopathy?
Complete thread -- I believe that is what he meant, but cut off the first part, was just checking to be sure
Complete thread -- try EVICEL
Complete thread -- thanks for your help
Complete thread -- oops, sorry for the misspelling :(
Complete thread -- of
Complete thread -- maybe it is synovium?
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- knee popping - ____ (s/l ovium)...see message.
Complete thread -- Yes, Vaseretic
Complete thread -- Hysterectomy. *Evasi* was sprayed, and the vaginal cuff was pursestringed nm
Complete thread -- vasoretic ?
Complete thread -- Word s/l faz-er-etic
Complete thread -- sorry, I hear it now, can't figure out the blank, but I hear it.
Complete thread -- do you hear the wav?
Complete thread -- Don't need fancy software. Use the sound recorder in windows.
Complete thread -- any context on where this laceration is?
Complete thread -- Pulmonary consult was called as she may need _____ treatment for her effusion
Complete thread -- laceration was repaired with a modified "desoogi" manner with ...
Complete thread -- sorry, my bad. I was concentrating on the hyphen aspect and
Complete thread -- I found a reference for Respiratory Therapy. It must be RT protocol.
Complete thread -- I will quit for tonight. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch! I have no experience with oncology.
Complete thread -- HER-2/neu
Complete thread -- agree stage IIB Ca (cancer/carcinoma)
Complete thread -- reposted. Sorry about that.
Complete thread -- Maybe he means stage IIB CA (abbreviation for carcinoma) and the first
Complete thread -- Archives:
Complete thread -- Personally, since he says CA right breast I'm thinking CA is cancer/carcinoma sm
Complete thread -- HER2/neu, and HER-2, is the acronym for human epidermal growth factor receptor 2.
Complete thread -- that's placement of something, but I'd think you would have gotten the drift of how laid
Complete thread -- I downloaded Audacity software to record wav files for posting, but
Complete thread -- Stedman's, Vera, etc.
Complete thread -- Great. Thanks.
Complete thread -- And how do I type the "BC" part?
Complete thread -- Alright, this doc dictates: Stage II capital letter B C invasive cancer, right breas
Complete thread -- where is there a hit for Stedman's with lowercase?
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- How do I expand this under Impression?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- per archives, more hits for Her-2/neu than any other
Complete thread -- I looked in my AAMT BOS 3 and could not find an example there.
Complete thread -- it is HER-2/neu (see link)
Complete thread -- could you give a sound/like? Nothing on wav or MP3
Complete thread -- Thanks, Donalacasa
Complete thread -- I see it typed so many different ways online. How confusing!
Complete thread -- ARD protocol?
Complete thread -- Gee! I'have always typed HER-2/neu. So your way is definitely correct?
Complete thread -- Her2/neu negative
Complete thread -- Actually, he repeats under Impression: *BCA* invasive cancer.
Complete thread -- Ki67 and p53
Complete thread -- treated for acute exacerbation of COPD with [s/l ARTy] protocol?
Complete thread -- Actually, "laid" CAN apply to people. She laid (placed) her baby in the crib. I laid
Complete thread -- HER-2/neu negative, K167 positive, P53 positive. Is this correct? Thanks.
Complete thread -- Stage II BC invasive cancer, right breast. Is the BC typed correct?
Complete thread -- Need help with this sentence, doesn't make sense to me...
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. I just downloaded teh free Audacity software for recording wav
Complete thread -- more content/history. Pt has history of ileal and perianal Crohn disease.
Complete thread -- That would make sense. I will listen again. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Maybe JVP?
Complete thread -- wav posted. abdomen is soft, mildly tender in right lower quadrant ___ is palpable.
Complete thread -- Just a comment, doc says code status discussed with the patien't son and his
Complete thread -- Agent Orange?
Complete thread -- Volume status exam showed a *JPP* of 2 cm.
Complete thread -- "The head and neck showed minimal [arches]"?
Complete thread -- Her husband died from colon cancer and also had *age-it hornt* illness.
Complete thread -- I thought it was that, but.. I think I'm too tired and he is too choppy and driving me bon
Complete thread -- oh no. never laid, unless it's an egg or a book. people don't get laid, well, not that
Complete thread -- Lay is the past tense of lie (to recline).
Complete thread -- laid?
Complete thread -- then I'd say you're right. They are nearly single-handedly the worst spellers ever.
Complete thread -- I know I should get this, but I cannot wrap my tired brain around this one. Lay
Complete thread -- S/L Jeuman-Ackman behavior?? Please help....
Complete thread -- all he said was- Zuhg depression and Zuhg anxiety rating scores were both within normal
Complete thread -- is that the context then? rating scale for?
Complete thread -- Zuhn rating scale... Doctor spells z u h n.. ?? Is there such a thing?
Complete thread -- in chains?
Complete thread -- yeah I googled..that is when I figured I messed up...thanks for the help
Complete thread -- Microscopic shows gram-positive cocci, 1 out of 4 bottles, and "blem"
Complete thread -- past medical family social history (PMFSH).
Complete thread -- Evaluation and Management Documentation Requirements – CMS vs. CPTHistory documentation in
Complete thread -- umm probably IS social as would have put past medical and surgical
Complete thread -- Thai lab something?
Complete thread -- I was afraid of that...I was putting surgical
Complete thread -- past medical, family and social history ) all are headings nm
Complete thread -- pure guess s/l 2UVX may be bronchoscopy vs(versus) VATS?
Complete thread -- PMFSH
Complete thread -- Enseal™?
Complete thread -- Thanks, time to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- I listened again and did not hear that, she is talking as
Complete thread -- Endo Clip?
Complete thread -- polydioxanone (PDS) clip?
Complete thread -- Cholecystectomy
Complete thread -- Thanks. I flagged it. He said it really fast. I will go through my autocorrects to make
Complete thread -- or Cordis?
Complete thread -- don't know, but you know it needs to be 4-French .
Complete thread -- Judkins?
Complete thread -- Cardiac Catheterization
Complete thread -- trach, not trachE either.
Complete thread -- Thanks !
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping!
Complete thread -- probably Allomax link
Complete thread -- aminoglycoside
Complete thread -- What was it?
Complete thread -- Thinking your "-max" might be mesh... looking!
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- That must be it. TY!
Complete thread -- I don't mind at all!! It is lilmsmt8@yahoo.com
Complete thread -- See if you can hear Bivona.
Complete thread -- So true!! I am really scared now:( Was going to get DSL
Complete thread -- trache "revana"??
Complete thread -- s/l Alamax
Complete thread -- I confused myself. It was thigh and right side. Both. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thigh.
Complete thread -- wav file, thigh or side? I have changed this 3 times now!
Complete thread -- It was. That was the only one he gave a number for.
Complete thread -- secondary to acute tubular necrosis in the setting of s/l "mune-o-lokocyte" use and
Complete thread -- Could he be saying 25 as in 25 mg? Doesn't look like he dictates mg though??
Complete thread -- Oh please! That is exactly it. You have no clue how much time I spent on clarafive!
Complete thread -- Could he be saying Cozaar 25 (as in 25 mg)?
Complete thread -- wav file, sounds like clarifive.
Complete thread -- thank you, I forgot about the flip option.
Complete thread -- Depends on whether doctor is talking about past (lay) or present (lie).
Complete thread -- Just flip, plain lidocaine 2 mL was injected. You should do something,
Complete thread -- I'll take them out. :) And thank you!
Complete thread -- 2 (Two) mL of plain lidocaine was injected
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! That's it! :D ...
Complete thread -- looks good. but you don't have to have the - between 45 and mm unless your acct requires i
Complete thread -- Emergency appendectomy: Did I type this correctly?
Complete thread -- You're not the first and you won't be the last. :D Our wonderful language! :D
Complete thread -- yes, lay. Why is this so confusing for me?
Complete thread -- lay, watch your tense.
Complete thread -- So, it would be: The main stressors **laid** with the work circumstances I have described.
Complete thread -- Oh that is a great web site! Thank you.
Complete thread -- Sentence #1 if that was past tense, the patient lay in bed yesterday. that would be correc
Complete thread -- lie, lay, lain” (to recline); then beside or below them — “lay, laid, laid” (to place or p
Complete thread -- I know in archives there are lots of info, but I become confused by it
Complete thread -- It was Benadryl
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Please help with the usage of lay, lain and lying
Complete thread -- agree, "feelings of instability in the neck"
Complete thread -- Uloric is correct...see link
Complete thread -- feelings of instability in the neck nm
Complete thread -- S/L "tons of ..." is that a quote from the patient, then could be feasible?
Complete thread -- Later in the report he indicates that the uloric is for gout. ...
Complete thread -- Quote, unquote _______ in the neck.
Complete thread -- I got it. It is allergic march. Thanks anyway. nm
Complete thread -- S/L "allergic margins" sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- carvedilol, clonazepam, Lexapro, S/L uloric, Tricor, albuterol, ...
Complete thread -- aye, lassie . . .
Complete thread -- I thought so too, because carious is adj right?
Complete thread -- caries makes more sense.
Complete thread -- can you provide what you have for list....before and after your blank?
Complete thread -- caries or carious....I would think caries, but dictated carious
Complete thread -- Medication S/L uloric in a list of meds for a patient with kidney dise ...
Complete thread -- Thank you all so MUCH i will relisten..
Complete thread -- 35.9??
Complete thread -- Yes, the sentence is inside my above message. :)
Complete thread -- 35.9 ?
Complete thread -- no, 359 can't be right for hematocrit
Complete thread -- oh duh! I usually see it as s/l
Complete thread -- doc says hematocrit three fiftynine but that can't be correct, is it?
Complete thread -- SL= sounds like
Complete thread -- Kayexalate
Complete thread -- bet it's Kayexalate but don't know what the SL is
Complete thread -- what's your email, if you don't mind?
Complete thread -- patient with bronchitis with hyperkalemia ..see msg
Complete thread -- yupper!!! Thank you!!
Complete thread -- That has happened to me too. I have 20+ years, email them
Complete thread -- lamotrigine?
Complete thread -- lamotrigine?
Complete thread -- what are you talking about?
Complete thread -- and no responses here either. How
Complete thread -- drug - s/l lamotadine (sm)
Complete thread -- AP, lateral, right posterior oblique (RPO), left posterior oblique (LPO)-routine x-ray
Complete thread -- with obliques
Complete thread -- Lumbar spine with a blithe?
Complete thread -- are you talking about the web spaces between toes 2-3 and 3-4?
Complete thread -- How do you punctuate "two three and three four webs"?
Complete thread -- Lab screen acronym help
Complete thread -- I have to say I have never been more disgusted with or disappointed in
Complete thread -- some type of instructor?
Complete thread -- here is a link with "dex" in it for cancer chemo drugs
Complete thread -- Thank you !! Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Alternaria is a genus of ascomycete fungi (just for more info ) :)
Complete thread -- Alternaria
Complete thread -- sulfamethoxazole?
Complete thread -- Allergy skin test: positive reactions to cat, dog, dust mite, horse, tree pollen and
Complete thread -- s/l thaz-ma-dex or haz-ma-dex
Complete thread -- Yes!...thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but thank you.
Complete thread -- I'm flagging, can't find anything...
Complete thread -- Flagging.
Complete thread -- it does sort of make sense, not gramaticaly correct though. means to say focus on..
Complete thread -- Cox-2 inhibitors with s/l sulfamyotine. I'm having no luck with this one.
Complete thread -- s/l 2-U-VX ?
Complete thread -- ? each nostril
Complete thread -- Still out of work:( Does anyone know a company that takes satellite,
Complete thread -- Nevermind - its Beckmann - I should have found that. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- s/l "Beckman"
Complete thread -- here is what elixir means via tube placement)
Complete thread -- rounded?
Complete thread -- French is linked to diameter size and not the name, thus you hyphenate it always.
Complete thread -- are you hearing C-O-T The letters?? Or is it the word cot???
Complete thread -- Sulfonylurea: A class of oral hypoglycemic agents (pills and capsules taken to lower the l
Complete thread -- I was once told I suffer from comma overuse. So I toned down the commas.
Complete thread -- medication help - sm
Complete thread -- Allergy: s/l sofonureia s/l sulfamyotene
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestions. This idiotic dictator mispronounces all time, but the last word
Complete thread -- "Predominance" on core strengthening....can that word be used here?
Complete thread -- That is what makes sense, I'll relisten!
Complete thread -- colonies ??
Complete thread -- got it! rib rotation
Complete thread -- someting subcontractor?
Complete thread -- Labs, urine culture grew 3000 s/l COTs of gram-negative rods
Complete thread -- there is a NovoPen 3?
Complete thread -- ? reduced and plated to the bone
Complete thread -- where is the fracture? what was broken?
Complete thread -- ?something instructor/ tile installer/ ?something inspector
Complete thread -- scoliosis exam, s/l re-pur-tation plse see sentence for context
Complete thread -- GBS for group B strep? usually hear that with pregnancy labs
Complete thread -- (ignore the "3" above. it was just a footnote reference from my orig. copy...
Complete thread -- Shoulder surgery sm
Complete thread -- Pt is a 41-year-old s/l tie lab sharctor (title lab shark-ter). I can't even begin
Complete thread -- noun-adjective compound
Complete thread -- Can't figure out lab screen acronym
Complete thread -- was then turned to the medial *fleft*
Complete thread -- does this make sense - reduced in plate to the bone
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Best not to guess on allergies
Complete thread -- for this afternoon--turn the volume down
Complete thread -- Allergies to Medications
Complete thread -- 32-French
Complete thread -- 32-French Malencot tube. Notice it is modifying here.
Complete thread -- wag: increasing treatment?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Not where I work. You wouldn't get marked down, but you would be told it isn't necessary.
Complete thread -- 32-French versus 32 French
Complete thread -- The patient was immediately scheduled for epidural steroid injections ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- You are SO the best. I love you! Thank you so much
Complete thread -- introitus (to the vagina)
Complete thread -- Thx
Complete thread -- No idea on your s/l, but would hyphenate anti-anxiety and comma after impairment.
Complete thread -- It was Altace.
Complete thread -- Just a WAG, but could part of your s/l be "compensated" describing the CHF?
Complete thread -- Dictator with slurred speech.
Complete thread -- GYN dummy here - Genitalia reddened at her "en-foal-eus"
Complete thread -- Any chance that your "by 2" is tube. Not sure how elixer ties in
Complete thread -- see link for Merriam Webster, it also supports Gregg
Complete thread -- I will. They have never let me know yet and it leaves me hanging!
Complete thread -- Gregg Reference Manual, item 846, says "If the addition
Complete thread -- I wouldn't hyphenate it in the sentence you gave.
Complete thread -- No, moving on, but thank you for the link.
Complete thread -- consult was called as she may need _____ treatment for her effusion
Complete thread -- ugh, thanks
Complete thread -- past medical history of hypertension, CHF, *complete hyper* COPD,
Complete thread -- If you ever read his answer, I'd appreciate a Questyr post..I
Complete thread -- vancomycin, pressors, and *elixer by 2* placement
Complete thread -- See link...it would appear he is discussing 2 segments (not 4 as
Complete thread -- as in clogged plumbing works.
Complete thread -- Just like when plumbing is clogged, you have clogged plumbing works.
Complete thread -- pulse 90 per minute
Complete thread -- Thanks for the opinions. I am going to leave a note for the doc.
Complete thread -- Wound debridement. Skin cleaned with s/l evercleanse or ebercleans. Does not s/l
Complete thread -- Sorry. Didn't mean to be rude. I just thought capping the word *the* would explain it
Complete thread -- respirations 17, pulse 90 and _____. Conjunctivae are pale
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- And what does that do? Messes up the internal works of the intestine.
Complete thread -- I mean, the internal workings of her intestine.
Complete thread -- I disagree. I think they are talking about the workings of the intestine - the intestinal
Complete thread -- I owe you big time. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- see link..scan down to the blood loss paragraph
Complete thread -- That's what I kind of think, especially the impact iron sometimes has on GI.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I realize this is in the dictionary. Just asking for opinions on the s/m
Complete thread -- thanks so much both of you
Complete thread -- I would think "if her intestinal tract works" makes sense the
Complete thread -- caput (medusae) veins?
Complete thread -- caput - as in caput medusae
Complete thread -- They are talking about THE works as in the internal mechanism.
Complete thread -- It is fine. They are talking about the works -
Complete thread -- Medication terminology help
Complete thread -- s/l...cap-it..sm
Complete thread -- Do you think this makes sense? The word "works" is odd here. Please s/m
Complete thread -- I would guess just stumbling/repeating
Complete thread -- I would then just send it to QA, ask leave in, take out. Get it off you.
Complete thread -- No, but thank you anyways.
Complete thread -- s/l artis may be ? Micardis (telmisartan) blood pressure sm
Complete thread -- venlafaxine
Complete thread -- Thanks all! Will make the changes.
Complete thread -- You still need one after 2009. You could use (April 2009) instead though.
Complete thread -- Looks good - but if it were me, I would - apical and inferior infarction.
Complete thread -- Could he be meaning the lesion was excised in full thickness, -and- the
Complete thread -- I would leave out the ones around April 2009
Complete thread -- Med help! generic vemaphaxene (sm)
Complete thread -- long shot, listen for Lortab.
Complete thread -- cement ??? 2 packs of methyl methacrylate,
Complete thread -- commas? Too many?
Complete thread -- medication help - sm
Complete thread -- Still confused about hyphenating in this instance. s/m
Complete thread -- implant with cement ____ +8 neck, and a 51 head.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- If your account specs are not "verb