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Complete thread -- Just thinking on it now that I've already sent with blank, wondering if it wasn't
Complete thread -- He's one of those dictators that once I hear something I can never get it out of my head,
Complete thread -- It's something "to the patient." was bwoded to the patient. Oh well, I will blank it.
Complete thread -- brought into?
Complete thread -- was "bwod into" the patient
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, billybob!!! Yours is today's cuspidor!!! :-)
Complete thread -- researched Golan & Goland w/ key words, unable to docu, but SM
Complete thread -- Gorlin's sign SM
Complete thread -- (on dentition examination) s/l golan sign is negative
Complete thread -- Now s/l "has inflammus surrounding the hyperdense diverticulum, so could
Complete thread -- Yep, just got that one. Thanks LiliK
Complete thread -- blood trace
Complete thread -- "blood tress" and "hezzen plummus"
Complete thread -- hint Drugs.com wildcard search *mide brings up drugs ending in MIDE
Complete thread -- found struvite. thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- s/l "strew light stone"
Complete thread -- Gee Margaret, you pretty much described me just now LOL
Complete thread -- you mentioned furosemide was already in the list...
Complete thread -- I listened again - although it does not sound like this it could be an ...
Complete thread -- That one is already in the list but thanks ...
Complete thread -- "poor turgor" (memory lapse mid-word above; sorry:)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I changed my mind about leaving a blank.
Complete thread -- yes, exactly
Complete thread -- furosemide? (don't guess)
Complete thread -- On second thought, I guess he could mean it on the basis of poor elasticity, thin skin,
Complete thread -- Occ re skin, "frail," "poor veins,tur" "thin" "scant subcutaneous tissue" "tenting," conve
Complete thread -- torsemide? there are so many 'mides' ...
Complete thread -- Medications
Complete thread -- I think I'm going to leave it blank.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't. If you hear frail, use that. Meaning comes across, I think.
Complete thread -- I'd never assume anything a doc says. He says frail in skin, I'd type frail.
Complete thread -- Ah!!! ...14 days of antibiotics *in brackets ciprofloxacin*! (ciprofloxacin)
Complete thread -- Says "frail" in skin. Would you assume he meant "pale"?
Complete thread -- Oh, just saw this. Now sounding more like *injected ciprofloxacin.* Doc is
Complete thread -- NM, going to flag. Stat and need to send in now.
Complete thread -- check list
Complete thread -- For UTI, pt was on *chlor-foxacin* while in hospital. ESL and very poor
Complete thread -- CK-MBs is correct; "backlum" is likely "background"
Complete thread -- CK-MB maybe?
Complete thread -- Thanks! He later talks about the patient's previous physicians in Philadelphia and "Ridley
Complete thread -- Ridley Park not Square
Complete thread -- http://www.crozerkeystone.org/Locations/
Complete thread -- I'm finding "Crozer-Chester Medical Center" in the doctor lookup. Still not sure about
Complete thread -- NM, going to flag both. Later he says CPK in one of the labs, but he's
Complete thread -- at "Ridley Square or Chester-Crozer Hospital." Does anyone know correct name of this
Complete thread -- Chest pain. Had *back-lum* baseline studies done and troponin *see kay dees.*
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- Although (no comma here) we have seen a period of increasing ...
Complete thread -- no comma after "although"
Complete thread -- run-on? should there be a semicolon?
Complete thread -- tks. I thought there were way way more for TVI. but okay
Complete thread -- gotcha
Complete thread -- huh? yea, 2 different words, not together.
Complete thread -- (no such thing)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Could be mediastinal. He sure has a weird pronunciation of it though. Thanks for your
Complete thread -- cooperative during the interview.
Complete thread -- I was just coming back to say I got the "bradycardia." I'll check the other. Thanks.
Complete thread -- preoccupied, but cooperative. _____. Denies suicidal or homicidal ideatio
Complete thread -- mediastinal bradycardia?
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- velocity-time integral
Complete thread -- "mastatineal" and "patacardius"
Complete thread -- google aortic valve area by vti. it works.
Complete thread -- ESL dictated VTI.. should be TVI (?) maybe. see msg
Complete thread -- it's linguistics - not a leap of faith
Complete thread -- I hear him just say 4, then say T4 8.7. like he forgot. no clue on the 63.
Complete thread -- "are normal at 72 and 63" -- "TSH was 2.0 (..eh... 4... eh...) T4 8.7"
Complete thread -- Thanks. My duh moment for the day.
Complete thread -- oh heck, wouldnt that be free T3? i'm confused now.
Complete thread -- he pronounced it more as "FR T4"
Complete thread -- free T4 8.7
Complete thread -- (my best word was couchement, Fr word meaning birth) Thanks for actual answer!
Complete thread -- PT and PTT are normal and _____ 63. TSH was 2.0 ______ 8.7. CT of the abdomen
Complete thread -- "auses high blood pressure due to high renin and aldosterone that may be cured by..."
Complete thread -- It's parturient.. tx if you were trying to help
Complete thread -- GBS negative s/l parchment at 38 weeks.. (any ideas?)
Complete thread -- Thank you for the suggestions. I will listen again.
Complete thread -- my guess: starts to say hy(pertension), backs up and says "renal hypertension"
Complete thread -- check on high renin.
Complete thread -- is that pronounced "reen"? "rennie"? "rennay"?
Complete thread -- Patient has history of renal artery stenosis and had at least one episode of
Complete thread -- about my grasp
Complete thread -- (never mind - I see what you mean)
Complete thread -- disagree
Complete thread -- Think I found. Calligaro.
Complete thread -- That's "vascular" surgery
Complete thread -- He recently had vacular surgery by Dr. "Galigaro" at Pennsylvania Hospital. He
Complete thread -- maybe like q. h.s. or q.d. but what the FR is, is beyond me.
Complete thread -- Drisdol 50,000 units by mouth s/l QFR ?
Complete thread -- Thanks all!!!
Complete thread -- agree! piercing
Complete thread -- postcardiotomy syndrome
Complete thread -- cardiomyotomy ??
Complete thread -- cardiomyopathy? or cardiotomy (is that even a word?)
Complete thread -- post s/l car-tee-ot-uh-mee syndrome TIA!
Complete thread -- THANKS!! That clears it up and is news to me!!!! I am putting that in my notes!
Complete thread -- he puts more emphasis on 'pierce' then sort of swallows the 'ing' - it's very subtle
Complete thread -- yup, hadn't heard of permanent piercing before, had to look it up, interesting...
Complete thread -- agree. Actually I hear "piercing" not "pierce."
Complete thread -- sounds like permanent pierce to me
Complete thread -- s/l "permanent piercing" but can you include both blanks and more headstart in wav?
Complete thread -- s/l pierce ???? maybe meaning piercing??
Complete thread -- Sorry. Added wav file.
Complete thread -- of a prominent _____ that she has in her left anterior chest.
Complete thread -- your first. two directional adjectives can be combined, but not one adj and one noun
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- corrected TY.
Complete thread -- Chvostek
Complete thread -- Not sure about s/l, but in body of report you have Grave's, which is incorrect.
Complete thread -- Is it anterior lumbar fusion or anterolumbar fusion?
Complete thread -- Patient with Graves' disease. She had negative s/l chaw-stix sign
Complete thread -- Thanks much
Complete thread -- cetirizine--generic Zyrtec.
Complete thread -- drug
Complete thread -- prazosin ???
Complete thread -- Darlene, it's is a contraction, which you used incorrectly above; should be "in its entir
Complete thread -- med s/l prez a zine
Complete thread -- which turned out squamous cell i...(pauses recording) carcinoma.
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- I think that is it. He was stumbling. Tahnks.
Complete thread -- I definitely hear carcinoma but there is a short word or syllable before it
Complete thread -- bouts may be ? slurring maybe - rounds of antibiotic etc
Complete thread -- s/l jeni may be bony = Bony landmarks of the clavicle.
Complete thread -- wav file. I do not think it sounds like carcinoma but maybe.
Complete thread -- That's what a Doppler does -- listens to echoes.
Complete thread -- Will try that - thanks. ...
Complete thread -- maybe Dexedrine?
Complete thread -- Child psychiatry
Complete thread -- After thorough cleansing of the wound, any nonviable tissues were debr ...
Complete thread -- Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA) for endometrial biopsies, early abortion, early miscarriage
Complete thread -- OB/GYN Clinic note - s/l MVA or MBA ?
Complete thread -- ugggh, hate it when they do that! I usually edit sentence so
Complete thread -- WAG... maybe junction or union of clavicle and sternal notch? sm
Complete thread -- s/l chloraprepped? Lower case is ok right?
Complete thread -- insertion of central venous cath pls sm s/l jeni of clavicle?
Complete thread -- probably not, but you'd have to ask them.
Complete thread -- Did you look up the word "bout"? If so....
Complete thread -- word help, please sm
Complete thread -- Well, they did spell "you" as "u" so maybe new to English.
Complete thread -- Our client wants MD as M.D. (CRNA--is it done as C.R.N.A)??
Complete thread -- ampulla
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- in it's entirety with the IV fluid, it went up etc
Complete thread -- I played with that idea for a while, but then finally decided to send it to Q. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- looks like frenum is supported when I googled it.
Complete thread -- Dictating clearly *frenum*. Should i write frenulum anyway? ...
Complete thread -- frenulum
Complete thread -- The mucosa was then elevated from the *frenum* up towards the lip. ...
Complete thread -- subsequently, just pronouncing it differently.
Complete thread -- uncovertebral?
Complete thread -- I give up. It's going to Q.
Complete thread -- C6-C7 mild annular bulging with minimal *controvertebral* spurring. ...
Complete thread -- how about this wav? If we can figure this one out I won't have to send it to Q.
Complete thread -- that's kind of where I was going with it. either that or myocardial disease.
Complete thread -- mild carotid disease??
Complete thread -- ignore me. (I heard disease and thought that was the blank)
Complete thread -- doesn't sound simple to me - I just can't figure out what he's saying
Complete thread -- peripheral vascular disease.
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm (I know this is simple, but it is evading me at the moment.)
Complete thread -- It's an ordinary English word.
Complete thread -- u are right, thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- never had this before, thanks, u saved me!!!
Complete thread -- leeway
Complete thread -- moved in unison?
Complete thread -- The disal and proximal fragments after reduction moved in s/l una-sy-n.tx
Complete thread -- Cortical screw was placed which gave me some s/l leave way proximal and distally.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- At first I was going to agree with you, but I think what he's saying
Complete thread -- Meaning the buttock pain doesn't give her limitation when walking?
Complete thread -- transtendon?
Complete thread -- does this sentence sound right or make sense? sm please
Complete thread -- Yes thats it, thanks so much
Complete thread -- ? BI-RADS 1
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "bi-rev-1"
Complete thread -- See message please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- That's probably it. I'll just leave the 5/325 and put a blank before it.
Complete thread -- probably meant oxycodone. Lots of doctors seem to switch this
Complete thread -- OxyContin "5/325." Not combination as far as I know (10 mg - 80 mg) ?
Complete thread -- "tobra."
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- of mild severity.
Complete thread -- of mild severity. and can he go any faster??
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- but, what is he in the hospital for?
Complete thread -- TOBI I'd think...tobramycin solution for inhalation,
Complete thread -- He has hypertension, diabetes and osteomyelitis in his history. thank you both anyhow
Complete thread -- diagnosed with CF
Complete thread -- most common I can find dosed at 135 mg is Trilipix (fenofibric acid)
Complete thread -- any clue what it might be for/
Complete thread -- stumped on a drug s/l "Add-er-uh 135 mg daily" (Adderall doesn't fit)
Complete thread -- ?corrected
Complete thread -- type I, which... in her, with ... spots, as well as, thorax, which
Complete thread -- hmm, I guess it could be glycohemoglobin. thanks
Complete thread -- or glycosylated for that matter. lol
Complete thread -- s/l "collected" hemoglobin is 9.1. Not saying glycosolated.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- No, as shown by the grammar rule given below. Just some apparently don't
Complete thread -- not correct.
Complete thread -- Punctuation correct? sry just seems incorrect to me
Complete thread -- talk about having to take a pure leap of faith on all that.
Complete thread -- teroids are of two varieties – anabolic steroids promote generation of new cells and promo
Complete thread -- the t sound is from to
Complete thread -- found it: Tyrer-Cuzick
Complete thread -- calculated risk for breast cancer using s/l Thyroid-koot-zig model
Complete thread -- s/l egg-rodge-een-us anabolic steroid use
Complete thread -- so then, what is the -ament- that is left??? If you are so
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- lolololoolllllllllllllllllll and obviously YOU have no life as you follow 'me' around.
Complete thread -- Gosh people. beat her to death to put something she says she cannot hear.
Complete thread -- becuz i are smart.
Complete thread -- I'd flag it as a discrepancy.
Complete thread -- I know someone who types it that way.
Complete thread -- Patient with neck pain due to disc protrusion.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- WTH?!
Complete thread -- yep, the lig you hear on ligament is the al of pedal. pedal edema.
Complete thread -- have no fella do you, spend your time following women around sad.
Complete thread -- agree - edema makes total sense and even s/l the s/l
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- shock and awe. Like no one has given her that answer already. plus the trademark link
Complete thread -- another
Complete thread -- Read her message below, he repeated the correct values and she posted that already.
Complete thread -- welll help her out why doncha instead of cry cry, fuss fuss
Complete thread -- Those values are determined by a slew of factors, only the doctor knows and figures out.
Complete thread -- Endo Catch™ Endobag™
Complete thread -- dictator maybe stumbling& unsure Colace=docusate
Complete thread -- No but thx. ...
Complete thread -- found that drugs . com actually says "once a day" so will flag.
Complete thread -- she arrived, her BUN and creatinine were 49 and 2.7, and "improved" to-- 12.7-- NOPE flag
Complete thread -- listen for pedal edema, only thing I can think of
Complete thread -- yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- Well, I guess so, but I thought perhaps YOU might know if it's more common to give more at
Complete thread -- His weight is 86 kg. He has bilateral s/l pedal ligament?? to the knee ...
Complete thread -- if YOU cannot discern which it is, then flag it. You'll get answers all over the place
Complete thread -- and how is relistening supposed to help her understand if she is not familiar with the
Complete thread -- Lantus 20 units in the morning and "15/50" units in the evening. Which would be most
Complete thread -- awwwwwwww.... don't read it then.
Complete thread -- I know, but I'm not sure this poster is ever going to grasp that.
Complete thread -- And it's not being used as a conjunction, either.
Complete thread -- how about salicylate
Complete thread -- "Use commas surrounding words such as therefore and however when they are used as interrup
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- tingling which he attributes to (s/l sal-is-sa-late) sensitivity.
Complete thread -- Stedman's is famous for its many errors, if nothing else.
Complete thread -- oy
Complete thread -- You do need the comma AFTER however, however.
Complete thread -- Well he said "BUN 12, creatinine 1.7" in lab section so guess that's what he meant in HPI.
Complete thread -- if I were really changing the meaning, I'd agree. But this more of an agreement issue
Complete thread -- Prolly so. Will wait to see if clarified elsewhere in report. Thanks.
Complete thread -- disagree
Complete thread -- Incorrect
Complete thread -- I would not change the physician's wording
Complete thread -- I think you have to flag that one
Complete thread -- we all appreciate info, it's the snark we can do without
Complete thread -- BUN and creatinine have now improved to "12.7"
Complete thread -- Ty!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You need a comma AFTER however when used as interjection.
Complete thread -- you got it correct. But I'd consider putting weakly (as fully is used)
Complete thread -- I have tried to get that but he says it so clear so I am sure he is mispronouncing it. sm
Complete thread -- i'd do this:
Complete thread -- docusate, or Colace perhaps?
Complete thread -- I think it is okay. When in doubt, esp new dictator, "rewind from beginning"
Complete thread -- This is just listed in the medication list so I have no other information around it sm
Complete thread -- Doc says ducolace. I only know of Dulcolax. I have searched and found where sm
Complete thread -- She is able to grip fully and extend her fingers fully, however, weak. Semicolon or
Complete thread -- It comes up as E.E.S. now....thanks so much
Complete thread -- yes, EES is erythromycin
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- allergies to EES?? anyone heard of that??
Complete thread -- HOW exactly did I "tweak" your answer? I was responding to it
Complete thread -- microscopy is performed on urine. micro urine is what I'd do
Complete thread -- a mircourine or a micro urine?
Complete thread -- Oh, okay, it is not worth getting upset, just wanting the right info out there and being
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- that's fine. but it is incorrect and you posted under MY post that had the correct info
Complete thread -- wow, thanks, that's it.
Complete thread -- agree with you (I would do the following)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Doctor dictated this punctuation. I disagree.
Complete thread -- Just stating a reference here....goodness!
Complete thread -- rein yourself in a little bit - not worth getting upset
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?q=endocatch&hl=en&prmd=imvnsfd&source=lnms&tbm=isch&ei=sGO-T
Complete thread -- try caseation
Complete thread -- I really don't care what Stedman's has. The people that make it have it trademarked as 2
Complete thread -- Please help wi a s/l kagiation.
Complete thread -- really dictator? TP weighs 331 grams... okay you get a blank
Complete thread -- My Stedman's spellcheck has EndoCatch
Complete thread -- Endo Catch (it is 2 words, not 1 )
Complete thread -- assuming a pregnant patient? assuming they are following the fetus (fetal) with NSTs
Complete thread -- Heightened s/l fetal scrutiny with NST has been unremarkable.
Complete thread -- sorry "maybe" not part of the quotes :/
Complete thread -- "maybe for any bleeding and for integrity."
Complete thread -- defibrillator question. Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l info integrity
Complete thread -- Maybe "lower leg" is new heading, and "groin was soft and nontender"? WAG
Complete thread -- that would be 24
Complete thread -- Thanks to all helpers! I'd have never considered that spelling. How did
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Her lower leg s/l form was soft and nontender. Status post IM nailing for hip
Complete thread -- patient with neobladder and suprapubic tube....sm
Complete thread -- I guess she got her coffee and it worked :)
Complete thread -- Yeah, that could be. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I was listening for extra beats. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- sorry I mean "no extra sounds, no murmurs"
Complete thread -- no extra sounds or murmurs
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Not effective?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- I am thinking "thrust" here, as in what he needs to focus on and push.
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- Thank you!!! :)
Complete thread -- darn, sorry for the repetitive posts. I was hung up for a minute.
Complete thread -- harbinger
Complete thread -- harbinger
Complete thread -- harbinger
Complete thread -- harbinger
Complete thread -- s/l harbor-ger
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- try Eakin seal
Complete thread -- Thank You!
Complete thread -- there are some colon preps that are 28 tablets, 4 every 4 hours for 24 hours.
Complete thread -- Well, since you already had your answer, maybe this other link
Complete thread -- Link inside to the NY state site to verify, but it's not very helpful unless
Complete thread -- She is using a convex appliance with an s/l e-conceal and an ostomy belt. A patient
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- John D. Rowley, RPA-C
Complete thread -- might need a phone call. Adjunct medical providers are not published, listed, with SM
Complete thread -- NM, moving on. Will check back later for any suggested sites.
Complete thread -- Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- posterolateral?
Complete thread -- Elocon?
Complete thread -- Thank you. That is my thought as well. ...
Complete thread -- Can anyone suggest a site to find physician assistants practicing in
Complete thread -- Wow. I think it is literally 20 tablets. Eeesh. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- contour, IMO
Complete thread -- patient has dermatitis & needs certain cream
Complete thread -- heart **content**
Complete thread -- Prepped with the use of "28 colon bowel prep tablets"
Complete thread -- disregard this please
Complete thread -- Prepped with the use of 28 colon bowel prep tablets
Complete thread -- partial?
Complete thread -- These are various types of fusions, does it sound close to any?
Complete thread -- posteroanterior?
Complete thread -- posterior "patio" fusion of L2-S1 with grade I anterolisthesis of L5-S1.
Complete thread -- Absolutely Margaret, good catch!
Complete thread -- (just asking for info:) shouldn't there be hyphen, post-dates, as compound modifier? SM
Complete thread -- I would question that as well.
Complete thread -- I thought that too, just sounds like he's saying "stage". TY. nm
Complete thread -- post dates pregnancy?
Complete thread -- post stage ?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- onto
Complete thread -- Possible Achilles tendon rupture.
Complete thread -- The patient was then placed in three-point cranial fixation using Mayf ...
Complete thread -- WAG - episodic?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Glad you got it!
Complete thread -- i finally got it, i think it is Ann's Choice.
Complete thread -- patient developed withdrawal symptoms after stopping methadone.
Complete thread -- I hear Astras or something like that but can't document. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Pennsylvania
Complete thread -- Because the OP said "account specifics" in reply to the correction on the
Complete thread -- What state ?
Complete thread -- It's common sense to change something like this. Orthos make this
Complete thread -- She will start her physical therapy program with the therapists at __ ...
Complete thread -- it is hybrid, got it!
Complete thread -- he has clear "hyp" sound in there , thanks
Complete thread -- cardiac catheterization?
Complete thread -- heard of s/l hypercatheterization lab/operating room?? hyper**?
Complete thread -- well done
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- consider tentacles (not tension)
Complete thread -- and the only reason I know that is because he said it again...without the stumbling
Complete thread -- Suros device!
Complete thread -- pseudopodic? (as in pseudopodia)
Complete thread -- oops. forgot to say...this is a breast biopsy.
Complete thread -- s/l seraspike biopsy device
Complete thread -- if you insist.
Complete thread -- Hey, WE didn't make the mistake so no need to feel stupid, right?
Complete thread -- medication-free if you use the similar example in AAMT BOS-2
Complete thread -- I did check the patient's date of birth, just for that reason.
Complete thread -- With care, we shelled out the entire lipoma including several *pseudop ...
Complete thread -- medication free or medication-free?
Complete thread -- Thanks, I guess that is the safest..gees I feel stupid though when I do that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Where I work, we would have to flag that. I guess it depends on where
Complete thread -- they tell us never assume so now I am leary to flag anything, even this obvious
Complete thread -- metacarpal vs metatarsal
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- there is a Magellan Health Services. "through Magellan which prescribed.??.."
Complete thread -- thanks for pointing that out
Complete thread -- I am hearing "Magellan" but can't be certain. Tp is from Iraq.
Complete thread -- can't get the blank. sorry.
Complete thread -- depression from having (not "or")
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- Thanks Lo.
Complete thread -- Thank you, that is it!
Complete thread -- I did that and came up with Maxalt but I hear "m..lat" unless it is being
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I bet if you had typed max into one of the drug sites it would have given
Complete thread -- sorry, was cut and paste, don't think wafers should be capped.
Complete thread -- Maxalt Wafers are used to relieve the headache pain and other symptoms of migraine attacks
Complete thread -- s/l maxilat?? wafters
Complete thread -- make sure it's not 10-year-old (can sound alike)
Complete thread -- Cheratussin p.r.n.?
Complete thread -- well, if the governor of Arizona can declare a woman pregnant 2 weeks before
Complete thread -- ok. thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Why?
Complete thread -- non-billable. (not to be billed)
Complete thread -- non-billable. (not to be billed)
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: HIV positive. NOTE: This is a research ...
Complete thread -- Persistent cough of asthma _________ (s/l "ppl") likely given
Complete thread -- thank you, both!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- 3-year 2-month-old
Complete thread -- you have my sympathy!
Complete thread -- he said: This is a 3-year-old 2-month child .... it is a verbatim account, but I
Complete thread -- She is currently on Singulair 10 mg daily, ____________ p.r.n.,
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- Astepro was my thought, too.
Complete thread -- Astepro?
Complete thread -- Include Advair 250/50 b.i.d. ProAir, _____________,
Complete thread -- Never would have guessed that from your first post, lol.
Complete thread -- Yes, it could be and makes much more sense. THANKS!
Complete thread -- any chance it is clawing?
Complete thread -- I'm questioning the lack of semicolon
Complete thread -- Neuro report, the doc says the patient noted s/l "glowing"
Complete thread -- the patella has a pole, like the kidney, but I don't believe the tendon does
Complete thread -- the patellar tendon has a "pole" so why not the Achilles?
Complete thread -- thx :) ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the confirmation! (sometimes VR makes me question myself too much)
Complete thread -- I wouldn't think the tendon would have a pole - pull IMHO
Complete thread -- Some accounts do require ALL medications to be capped.
Complete thread -- BTW...the "of" in front of pole/pull is just a stammer that VR typed. I think this is
Complete thread -- pole or pull of the Achilles tendon?
Complete thread -- Are you sure you are understanding correctly?
Complete thread -- mg per week is a common dosage. like the other said, dragging out the milligramss
Complete thread -- Semicolon after Infliximab as "however" is joining 2 independent clauses
Complete thread -- account specifics. ...
Complete thread -- mg (ssssssssss) per week. just 15 mg. milligramssssssss
Complete thread -- on that note, methotrexate is not capitalized.
Complete thread -- terminal ileal and perianal Crohn's disease since 2005. She was start ...
Complete thread -- lines per hour
Complete thread -- alveolar or bronchial?
Complete thread -- Liar, liar pants on fire! You're the one putting people down. Project
Complete thread -- Thanks. Blanks he wants, blanks he gets.
Complete thread -- also, thought of evolving, not hearing it though. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thought of that, also pulmonary... just sounds like boving or moving if
Complete thread -- WAG, bilateral, though he does state left and right afterward. Just a WAG. Still
Complete thread -- Ruling out TB. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Worst ESL ever. Chest x-ray is reviewed personally. Appears to have some
Complete thread -- I agree with viral.sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for your time with this! I'll flag that part. She's a resident
Complete thread -- If that's where she wants the periods, via does not make sense...
Complete thread -- Here's how she dictates the paragraph... (thanks for helping, BTW!)...
Complete thread -- I guess this is it. I went back to listen and all around it she's telling
Complete thread -- omental?
Complete thread -- I may be wrong, but I think you have the periods in the wrong places
Complete thread -- No, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- viral bronchial washing...?
Complete thread -- via?
Complete thread -- this one gets my vote
Complete thread -- culture?
Complete thread -- AFB bronchial washings negative. *vie-oh* bronchial washing negative to date.
Complete thread -- I already applied. I can no longer afford to do MT
Complete thread -- mental herniation.... WTH would that be? lol Shudder to think
Complete thread -- you can type 300-400 what?
Complete thread -- this is the resident put downer. Go away.
Complete thread -- That's it, just mispronounced. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- beta-thal(assemia)??
Complete thread -- s/l beatup hal trait
Complete thread -- with a tremor that is not linked to Parkinson's disease.
Complete thread -- no, but thanks
Complete thread -- thanks, I'll listen again
Complete thread -- (new number) Fine tremor?
Complete thread -- ? rest tremor (essential, intentional, action, postural, kinetic, idiopathic, etc.)
Complete thread -- oh, maybe they do go together, but he is still getting a blank, thanks
Complete thread -- I did think of that, but they don't seem to go together IMO. I'm blanking it.
Complete thread -- I'm often surprised at what DOESN'T go through an OP's mind sometimes.
Complete thread -- could be but no mention of whether patient has kids, how old she is etc.
Complete thread -- thanks for your suggestion. That is helpful.
Complete thread -- he says what sounds like when. He doesn't list Parkinson's anywhere else in
Complete thread -- I would hope that thought already went through the OP's mind, surely.
Complete thread -- Ok thanks
Complete thread -- with a tremor?
Complete thread -- could it be with tremor not when tremor?
Complete thread -- I would also leave it as dictated.
Complete thread -- I can't make sense of this. Please sm
Complete thread -- lol..wouldn't that be falling foward?
Complete thread -- I always type it +3?
Complete thread -- would depend on context/sentence/verbatim or not
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Fell backwards on his Botox. oy
Complete thread -- I'd leave it
Complete thread -- i'm thinking something-odynia ?
Complete thread -- i'm thinking something-odynia ?
Complete thread -- linea nigra?
Complete thread -- this tends to, sort of, spur people into action - can I get rid of sort of?
Complete thread -- could it be enlarged something? wag
Complete thread -- Uh, did you see the post just below yours or do you have reading
Complete thread -- Word help - +3 staphylococcus or is it plus 3 staphylococcus?
Complete thread -- The trademark is "dead" for Didrocal
Complete thread -- Patient has excess hair on arms and legs and s/l lungelenia (ESL doctor!)
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking, Didrocal but he is clearly saying e ti dro ...
Complete thread -- Didrocal?
Complete thread -- It's a Canadian brand of etidronate
Complete thread -- It is on drugs.com as the CO...
Complete thread -- Awesome! Thanks!
Complete thread -- or, they are 2 separate things.
Complete thread -- He is not saying CO...just Editrocal. Hmm, thx. ...
Complete thread -- I'd go with or - clinical doesn't necessarily mean iron deficiency.
Complete thread -- and I think its made in Canada. Might wanna check on that.
Complete thread -- iron deficiency or clinical anemia or iron deficiency clinical anemia?
Complete thread -- Google has it as CO Editrocal. I see no reason why you can't use it.
Complete thread -- Etidrocal medication. I cannot find it on rxlist or drugs.com but it d ...
Complete thread -- Well, it did wonders for his azaleas!
Complete thread -- Cant stop laughing at this one..
Complete thread -- Acclarent Balloon System in sinus surgery, FYI
Complete thread -- Well said -- what you said inside regarding our expertise.
Complete thread -- ?context
Complete thread -- I actually told my kids I was thinking about working at McDonald's sm
Complete thread -- I will flip burgers before I will transcribe for 3-4 cents a line.
Complete thread -- Thank you, I just needed some imput on what someone else thought, thank you!!
Complete thread -- protrusion? wag
Complete thread -- Findings: No *co-trition* into the bladder as evidenced by cystoscopy
Complete thread -- yeah, I can straight type 300 and upward, but can only edit 350 to 400 sm
Complete thread -- Thanks! Will check that out further.
Complete thread -- agree: dangerous and irresponsible use of technology
Complete thread -- I have a few secondary accounts that are ASR (primary is not) and I usually am given
Complete thread -- ATP?
Complete thread -- Pt with prostate cancer. Has already had an injection of *ADP.* Please sm
Complete thread -- because ASR sucks - it is a dangerous and irresponsible use of technology..
Complete thread -- it's because numbers sound so much alike
Complete thread -- my guess would be phosphorus, but that doesn't mean I would guess if I were you
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Does anybody ever wonder why ASR makes the most mistakes in SM
Complete thread -- routine screening blood test, including calcium, magnesium (??) and thyroid function
Complete thread -- see inside
Complete thread -- nm, I think he is trying to say bilious, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- productive cough of s/l bilish sputum. The past medical history... PT has PE
Complete thread -- I wouldn't cap it in this case. It's taken from the botanical name for peppers, but,
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- convergence?
Complete thread -- Yep! Clear now that I know what to listen for. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Guessing ~ horizontal nystagmus?
Complete thread -- Dix-Hallpike maneuver elicted *hole jump on* nystagmus.* Please SM for
Complete thread -- This is how I'd punctuate. sm
Complete thread -- would it be capped?
Complete thread -- not sure if punctation is correct??
Complete thread -- Capsicum annuum. Yeah, they call them that in Australia.
Complete thread -- Capsicum, natures greatest stimulant, is extracted from the hot red chile
Complete thread -- spelling off just a bit - Capsaicin
Complete thread -- likely, it IS Raabe, (Cook Medical) but just for info purposes, there is Avanti
Complete thread -- YES! I never knew that was another name for peppers, wow, I learn something new everyda
Complete thread -- Thank you all.
Complete thread -- capsicum? (peppers)
Complete thread -- maybe parkinsonian symptoms
Complete thread -- finds that her symptoms are worst after eating soft cheese, onions and (s/ l cascum).
Complete thread -- Raabe? Or, not like your s/l, but Asahi?
Complete thread -- Raabe?
Complete thread -- Blanking it. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- sheath for peripheral angiography
Complete thread -- deep brain stimulator generator change for Parkinson's SM
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I think you got it! All I could "hear" was Hotel Outrageous. ;-P
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- TY.
Complete thread -- infunbidular origin of the...
Complete thread -- wav posted. ...there may be a small _____ of the right posterior communicating arter
Complete thread -- Hotel St. Regis?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- How would you type this sentence? Please SM.
Complete thread -- it would be hyphenated, but upcoming would make more sense, to me at least.
Complete thread -- up and coming - hyphenated or not?
Complete thread -- can't here it either
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying... I wish my .wavs could be heard by all!
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't hear your wav
Complete thread -- .wav sent - any idea where this pt used to work? (NYC area)
Complete thread -- yes... thanks so much. I just re-listened and you are correct! :)
Complete thread -- could it be "Morgagni" hernia?
Complete thread -- gagnia hernia
Complete thread -- Houghston Clinic also has a number of orthopaedic terms named Houghston
Complete thread -- Hewson is listed in Stedmans.
Complete thread -- Thank you SOOO much!!
Complete thread -- going with Hewson. Was able to verify manufactured by Smith & Nephew
Complete thread -- Ferriprox
Complete thread -- found Desferal. still looking for s/l floraprox
Complete thread -- I am finding a Hewson suture passer also.
Complete thread -- s/l ** DES-per-el ** and ** FLUR-a-prox ** medications
Complete thread -- Thanks, I didn't think to try suture passer.
Complete thread -- Wheeless online uses Huston.
Complete thread -- Houston
Complete thread -- biceps tendon repair. s/l Hughson? (can't verify)
Complete thread -- retirement
Complete thread -- welcome back Mandi; where ya been huh, where ya been.
Complete thread -- to OP - good for you! You are correct on all 3, infusion, alcohol & ablation
Complete thread -- Is this an ESL dictator? Old-timer as in a senior facility?
Complete thread -- thought of that. No history of dementia, etc.
Complete thread -- maybe Alzheimer facility ??
Complete thread -- 79 yo pat lives in an s/ or timer facilty
Complete thread -- I don't know why no one asked exactly how the doctor dictated it. That would have
Complete thread -- prior ultrasound of liver showed incidental findings in lower lung?
Complete thread -- Thanks, Mandi!
Complete thread -- WAG: tamsulosin?? Is he middle aged and likely to have maybe BPH or kidney stones?
Complete thread -- Reefing?? Maybe?
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- I'm finding many Google hits for "Bander Ureteral Diversion Stent"
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- med s/l talaysalin
Complete thread -- Noted with facility so cap both
Complete thread -- We used s/l Bander stent for this surgery. Thnks
Complete thread -- referred patient to CHOP Orthopedics or CHOP orthopedics
Complete thread -- Yes, they actually do have them now, lol.
Complete thread -- The newer digital basal body thermometers go to the hundredths position
Complete thread -- agree with grade 1 varix and reasoning given why
Complete thread -- 100.1 is standard notification limit for infants/toddlers and immune compromised people
Complete thread -- Do thermometers even get down to 100ths of a degree?? None I have ever
Complete thread -- Do you band for Barrett's esophagus? I thought that was esophageal varices.
Complete thread -- 100.1 degree fever or 100.01 degree fever
Complete thread -- grade 1 (s/l varix or Barrett's) that did not require banding
Complete thread -- I also hear Augmentin
Complete thread -- sounds like Augmentin (amoxicillin/clavulanate) 875 mg (wait for others)
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- try drugs.com phonetic search --sm
Complete thread -- med s/l ara-solb (ESL)
Complete thread -- how did we go from a CT scan to an ultrasound in the same sentence, lol?
Complete thread -- well...as so often happens, the moment I heard it in here I got it! Thanks, though!
Complete thread -- thanks to all helpers
Complete thread -- go ahead Lo.. you can post, thanks
Complete thread -- Charles, will you let me know when you think you have filled in your blank so I can post a
Complete thread -- I actually hear something like "with intubation/inflammation of the liver"
Complete thread -- billybob....you never cease to amaze me. I think that is exactly what he said!
Complete thread -- present (on) ultrasound of the liver?
Complete thread -- sorry. I cannot get it at all. In fact, if you had not written the rest of what he said,
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- valeriaN
Complete thread -- Check out septal ablation, alcohol infusion
Complete thread -- bee-lined? A direct, straight course
Complete thread -- Thanks. I really don't like this specialty at all.
Complete thread -- PT code 77280 Set radiation therapy field ...
Complete thread -- Guess it has to be blocks even though I hear blots. NM.
Complete thread -- radiation therapy to thoracic spine. The field was "open/opened" with no "blots"
Complete thread -- I am sending this in as I cannot make it out. Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- Not this one because it's the final check. I'll call support. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Discharge Summary
Complete thread -- Might help to state what program you are using as this is not
Complete thread -- Need help on spellcheck:
Complete thread -- this makes more sense, although CF isn't a routine prenatal test.
Complete thread -- I'd assume mother, since it talks about her prenatal course in the sentence before.
Complete thread -- ohh for cystic fibrosis.
Complete thread -- It was just CF, she was just stumbling. After listening several more
Complete thread -- Well. I don't know of anY CSF As in Frank as she said it in prenatal testing. so flag
Complete thread -- No. In my first post I stated she dictates "F as in Frank." It
Complete thread -- I thought mother, but not sure. This is a discharge summary
Complete thread -- melanosis coli
Complete thread -- melanosis coli
Complete thread -- CVS chorionic villus sampling
Complete thread -- I did not see diverticulosis, but there was "myokesis" coli. (colonoscopy )
Complete thread -- this is on the mother? right?
Complete thread -- this is on the mother? right?
Complete thread -- if it was expressed as 1 TO 3, then you would write as a ratio.
Complete thread -- That is what I have been typing, but I started second guessing myself. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I was gonna suggest this before, but just wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- giggles 1:2 - three. i'd say 1 IN 3...
Complete thread -- I'd guess "pooling"
Complete thread -- Her *CSF* screen was negative. Sequential screens also negative.
Complete thread -- is it pooling clots during hemodialysis or pulling clots during hemodialysis
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You do not need hyphens in "next two-to-three weeks."
Complete thread -- agree. "one in three" = 1:2
Complete thread -- that is a ratio, not the same at all. 1 in 3
Complete thread -- see if mentioned meds taken, dictator said no refill
Complete thread -- WAG... "toxoplasmosis" maybe? "the request for"
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I think 1:3 would read as "one to three"
Complete thread -- as you have it - one in three risk
Complete thread -- 1:3 risk ...
Complete thread -- how to write something with numbers... see sentence
Complete thread -- urine for a drug screen and it was positive for cocaine. Blood for to ...
Complete thread -- Yes! Thx ...
Complete thread -- "a particulate urine"?
Complete thread -- Verelan is a brand name of verapamil and would fit with the Lasix IMHO
Complete thread -- I agree, suck reflex is a common thing on neonate exam.
Complete thread -- sucking?
Complete thread -- Neonatal care
Complete thread -- Micro
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- screen for sepsis = septic screen = rule out any other cause for high WCC
Complete thread -- "Healthy urine will always be a clear light yellow without particulates (floating particle
Complete thread -- She will continue on with the Lasix and (s/l deralyn)
Complete thread -- (s/l septic screen) as well, with (s/l unparticular urine)
Complete thread -- laryngotracheoplasty discharge summary
Complete thread -- how about "first dose"? (induction/pre-transplant treatment to prevent rejection)
Complete thread -- they are awkward with our phrasing, so that is pretty good. We might use first time
Complete thread -- boob jobs - hahahahaha - best insult I've heard all day
Complete thread -- Not the smoothest, but I understand what he's saying. Where I type,
Complete thread -- Does this sound correct, strong ESL
Complete thread -- My goodness, it was just an expression! I know full well when I should or should
Complete thread -- Thanks for this suggestion. Seems to fit better. : )
Complete thread -- Thought so myself
Complete thread -- Could be...
Complete thread -- Maybe he is saying a "test dose"
Complete thread -- Oh that is it!! Thank you!! He really mumbled the pronunciation! Thx so much! K
Complete thread -- wow, thanks. learn something new every day in this field!
Complete thread -- maybe Andrew is his first name. Where is he located?
Complete thread -- You too!
Complete thread -- Ondansetron?
Complete thread -- Couldn't have said it better myself. Have a good one!
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&biw=1024&bih=655&q=septal+ablation+alcohol&oq=septal+a
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying test out (instead of trial) of
Complete thread -- S/L "testouts"
Complete thread -- She is RIGHT, you boob jobs.
Complete thread -- You're right -- ignore those too in a hurry to correct you rather than check it
Complete thread -- She has a poor appetite. s/l Ofsentran was started. She needs encouragement for e
Complete thread -- I can only imagine the quality of some of the reports that get put in patients' folders.
Complete thread -- From OP - see link
Complete thread -- -------------
Complete thread -- hopefully the MT will NOT put alcohol. lets just kill the patient.
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- hippocampal area
Complete thread -- I agree; if you cannot say with all certainty, then don't put it just because you "think."
Complete thread -- I think, therefore I am.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Was stuck on "hypo." He sure doesn't say the ending like that, however.
Complete thread -- oh geez
Complete thread -- you have alcohol ablation once, and alcohol infusion later.
Complete thread -- I found bimakalim infusion??
Complete thread -- If you "think," then you best flag.
Complete thread -- Adapta (Model #ADDR01) new model pacemaker
Complete thread -- Ah, I think it's this one: young-onset Alzheimer's disease. Thanks, everyone!!
Complete thread -- hippocampus which appeared to be of normal size.
Complete thread -- NO not alcohol infusion...
Complete thread -- Normal pituitary gland, mild generalized atrophy with *hypo-com-parry* normal size.
Complete thread -- autosomal?
Complete thread -- My advice would be to flag.
Complete thread -- She is looking for a test Darlene.
Complete thread -- another blind guess bone marrow stem cell transplantation by means of PCR
Complete thread -- "PCR assay that can simultaneously detect and quantitate CMV, EBV, and adenovirus from pla
Complete thread -- adeno(virus) PCRs
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- found adeno PCR --- check that. Google "adeno PCR" in quotes.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Going back for a relisten now.
Complete thread -- maybe a guess LANTUS® (insulin glargine injection) SoloSTAR® pen
Complete thread -- No...
Complete thread -- nm, just going with alcholol. ESL
Complete thread -- I went ahead and sent with a blank. Thanks for help.
Complete thread -- or maybe ____ autoimmune disease? Those are the only things popping into my brain
Complete thread -- This does sound right...
Complete thread -- young-onset ____ disease....?
Complete thread -- kidney transplant by any chance. ATN=acute tubular necrosis, ATNO=opening HUGE guess
Complete thread -- No, don't hear that...
Complete thread -- Father had *young ah-sid, autumal* disease and died in his 60s.
Complete thread -- septal ablation, for severe hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, with alcohol
Complete thread -- Thanks, but sounds like _____ car tree
Complete thread -- end-point PCR?
Complete thread -- gosh, no ideas, but here are some phrases to look over sm
Complete thread -- maybe melphalan?
Complete thread -- yes, thank you BillyBob!!
Complete thread -- Labs help
Complete thread -- total WAG, but dilated *common bile duct* ??? (UPJ obstruction is 3rd item, no comma)
Complete thread -- no real difference between a screen or panel. Try to hear as best as you can
Complete thread -- dictators frequently use interchangable lab terms, i.e., panel, profile, screen link
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Which does it sound like--screen or panel? Those sound entirely different.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- full (s/l hepatitis screen) and liver biopsy without a cause found
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Just in case....it'd be more helpful to helpers if you posted exact context.
Complete thread -- On CT: Remarkable for some constipation, dilated "eniacartry"
Complete thread -- Google showing...?
Complete thread -- thank you for you guesses :)
Complete thread -- S/L medication
Complete thread -- WAG -cremlee maybe cranberry?? lev-lin could be Levsin or Levlen
Complete thread -- feculent.
Complete thread -- Campath
Complete thread -- Found it
Complete thread -- Purulent?
Complete thread -- (s/l lev-lin), as well as vitamin D, fish oil and (s/l crem-lee) tablets.
Complete thread -- s/l peak-u-lent drainage
Complete thread -- bone marrow failure syndrome S/L
Complete thread -- unknown medication. Patient seeing cardioogist, who notes the patient is sm...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks, but he says "ADD R zero one"
Complete thread -- ADDR01 - I tried to post link to Medtronic but can't
Complete thread -- Google medtronic addrl1 ADDRL1 (not R01)
Complete thread -- His pacemaker is a Medtronic, model "ADD" R01, implanted January of 2007. I find R01
Complete thread -- Got *TVA* now -- thanks M! Thanks to other helper for trying.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yes. some heart beats fail to generate a pulse in some arrhythmias.
Complete thread -- oops, misplaced "o" tubulovillous adenoma
Complete thread -- can pulse rate and heart rate differ for a person?
Complete thread -- not B but V, tubuloovillus adenoma
Complete thread -- semilunar cartilage n. Either of the crescent-shaped wedges of fibrocartilage found in the
Complete thread -- that atypia was questionable in situ.
Complete thread -- chamomile?
Complete thread -- ESL - plastic surgeon. Patient has large ears, and they are prominent.
Complete thread -- nevermind... found Hinchey
Complete thread -- says again in procedure
Complete thread -- s/l Hen-she
Complete thread -- It was found on pathology that *TBA* with questionable in situ...
Complete thread -- herbal remedies for sleep valeria and s/l camnia
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestions.
Complete thread -- you're both welcome - took me a long time to figure it out the first time I heard it
Complete thread -- Andrew's incident?
Complete thread -- ALK rearrangement, or ALK gene rearrangement
Complete thread -- (thanks!)
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- NightHawk? (after-hours radiology service) (check spelling)
Complete thread -- s/l may-hock radiologist TIA!
Complete thread -- (I agree with using the correct "toto," just explaining logic of doc's error.
Complete thread -- a minor Latin slip from doc, substituting accusative for ablative case after preposition.
Complete thread -- papulonodular?
Complete thread -- I saw on MT Stars, "I'd type it as end rigger jig," but can't find the actual post so
Complete thread -- jig makes sense as a type of instrument; I've heard of outrigger but not rigger.
Complete thread -- also consider 2 words - papular something
Complete thread -- Does anyone know what "rigger jig" would be? s/l "rigger jig" or "rig or jig"
Complete thread -- papulo-something -- papuloerythematous?, papulosquamous? Check One-Look
Complete thread -- That's what I thought. Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l papalonidis?? lesions
Complete thread -- proud -- means sticking upright
Complete thread -- also questioning "in the rigger jig"!!
Complete thread -- I did not want to have the top of the nail s/l "proud/crowd" in the abductors.
Complete thread -- s/l "L-G arrangement" or "Alk-gee arrangement"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- Sorry, that's an injectable.
Complete thread -- Nexterone (amiodarone)?
Complete thread -- I think it might mean pelvic washings done at the time of the surgery; listen with that
Complete thread -- Meds gemfibrozil, Norvasc, s/l "epthyrone", and aspirin. History includes
Complete thread -- Thanks for that link... good one!
Complete thread -- s/l washings?? Am I hearing this right??
Complete thread -- found this link - not sure how BOS rules or your account specific wants. Your call.
Complete thread -- in toto or in total.
Complete thread -- Neck lymph nodes levels --- are the numbers Roman or arabic?
Complete thread -- does the next word start in "m"?
Complete thread -- Staxx?
Complete thread -- perhaps incurvated for the first one?
Complete thread -- in toto = in all. not a plural/singular
Complete thread -- totum? Never heard that ever used.
Complete thread -- Tissue was obtained s/l in totum. (pretty clear) is it ok? or change to in toto?
Complete thread -- There were s/l extrainteractive ungual labia with secondary granuloma.
Complete thread -- She had s/l increbated and hypertrophied ungual plates bilaterally.
Complete thread -- u saved my blank!! thank u!
Complete thread -- Winograd
Complete thread -- procedure: s/l onegrad onychoplasty. tx.
Complete thread -- so much!!!!
Complete thread -- cart. I have one bunch of ER docs who always refer to the gurneys in the ER bays as carts
Complete thread -- placed in supine position for the ortho procedure.
Complete thread -- tp was transferred to the operating room s/l via car (s/l via card?)
Complete thread -- try this link
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone--you are all thinking the same thing I did, but that is not it - will flag
Complete thread -- Please check the RULES FOR POSTERS. All information you can give up
Complete thread -- "ARUP's Laboratory Test Directory. Eastern Equine Encephalitis Antibody, IgM by IFA, Serum
Complete thread -- Not encephalitis...thought of that too.
Complete thread -- Definitely not that...I thought of that too.
Complete thread -- "eastern equine encephalitis virus (EEE), commonly called sleeping sickness"
Complete thread -- See below
Complete thread -- eastern equinal encephalitis?
Complete thread -- exact context please. what is before, after.
Complete thread -- eastern equinal *pink flights" IgM
Complete thread -- Retention. Bilateral hydronephrosis. Hydroureter, chronic versus (?) due to
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks!
Complete thread -- This is a urology consult so he may just mean (urinary) retention.
Complete thread -- Says "retention" twice and not sure what he's meaning
Complete thread -- 371 is fine - the number can be high
Complete thread -- ? intraocular
Complete thread -- s/l charky lens
Complete thread -- got, hypertension, diabetes and CAD... thanks!
Complete thread -- It was RDW 13, platelets 149
Complete thread -- it might be: insulin-dependent diabetes or coronary artery disease
Complete thread -- _____, diabetes, or coronary artery disease
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- #1 is like when you are trying to see in the distance, you stick your neck
Complete thread -- Looking at normal RDW values, I guess the RDW must be 13.6 and something else is 49, but
Complete thread -- WBC 5.5, hemoglobin 9.9, MCV 99, RDW of "thirteen six one forty nine"
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- no mention of B12 deficiency, but seems to match the sounds like. I will
Complete thread -- cyanocobalamin
Complete thread -- medication sounds like - zanco-valo-men
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I thought I heard 371 but that sure sounds like a lot
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- There were ______ isolated PVCs, 5 isolated PACs. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I can hear that now.
Complete thread -- medroxyprogesterone
Complete thread -- patient with heavy menses preop for ablation.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- MM phenotype 2
Complete thread -- ....mumble...phenotype 2?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Ex-PRESS mini glaucoma shunt trademark specimen, see link.
Complete thread -- nevermind...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thankyou!
Complete thread -- yes, give more info, because sometimes the word before your s/l
Complete thread -- yes, give more info, because sometimes the word before your s/l
Complete thread -- yes, give more info, because sometimes the word before your s/l
Complete thread -- perhaps CT diameter, maybe you're hearing P instead of T?
Complete thread -- maybe aplastia?
Complete thread -- actually, they had it as Ex-PRESS mini shunt.
Complete thread -- actually, they had it as Ex-PRESS mini shunt.
Complete thread -- I found Optonol ExPress too
Complete thread -- florid makes perfect sense...i was diagnosed last year.
Complete thread -- When I Googled, I got to the Alcon website. There they have the Ex-Press Glaucoma
Complete thread -- is "interpreted" supposed to be "attributed?"
Complete thread -- That's probably it. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- prior surgery from his trauma is what I hear.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the ExPress.
Complete thread -- ExPress is a proper name. Don't know about the "felma."
Complete thread -- Pt with glaucoma. This is an express shunt trabulectom procedure. I have no medical
Complete thread -- alpha-actin?
Complete thread -- The (s/l airfactin) component of his smooth muscle
Complete thread -- (s/l pacronitic) were interpreted to a drug-induced autoimmune hepatitis.
Complete thread -- phalocele, umbilical hernia or weakness of the abdominal wall.
Complete thread -- Generic Name: cascara sagrada - Brand Name: No brands available
Complete thread -- I guess it is florid
Complete thread -- intraductal papilloma with s/l *lower* (sometimes hear floor) ductal hyperplasia
Complete thread -- but it's found at birth
Complete thread -- omphalocele?
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- previous polyps and (s/l a-pul-astia)
Complete thread -- ENT question. Patient with chronic frontal sinusitis, turbinate hypertrophy, sm
Complete thread -- I found phalocele, but I didn't really investigage to see if it fits.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- ty!
Complete thread -- Then 0.25% Marcaine was injected.
Complete thread -- depends on whether it is a brand med or simply name of an herb
Complete thread -- do we cap herbal medications...I.e. cascara? Or Cascara?
Complete thread -- Marcaine
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- Yep, I can hear it.
Complete thread -- I was thinking it might be that too... thanks!
Complete thread -- I can hear the .wav --- might be "any release"
Complete thread -- found this... longshot!
Complete thread -- Have you clicked on it after you posted to see if it works? No wave here
Complete thread -- That really seems to make the most sense.
Complete thread -- No wav. there at all.
Complete thread -- Can you give the entire sentence pls?
Complete thread -- I have that problem with my .wavs, some can hear them, some can't. Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- I don't hear a wav
Complete thread -- Neurology - .wav sent
Complete thread -- Thanks Alice!!! I may have to flag. This report is getting stale! GREAT suggestion tho!!
Complete thread -- :) Not sure about that one! ha ha Thanks for the reminder anyway!
Complete thread -- Why didn't YOU give an answer, instead of trolling?
Complete thread -- The sensory levels are scored on a 0 to 2 scale. Maybe it's this way: ...
Complete thread -- Whole section...
Complete thread -- Well now how am I going to know you did unless you say so!!!!
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- s/l hiltware or hitlword stockings for vein problems
Complete thread -- found an Araceli Nora but she is in Round Rock, TX not Dallas
Complete thread -- ***Would that fall under "Neurologic"? ...
Complete thread -- active and alert would not yield an Apgar of 0 or 2.
Complete thread -- Would like fall under "Neurologic" ...
Complete thread -- same baby as above with bone disease? there is a T score on bone density testing.
Complete thread -- Assumed?
Complete thread -- Ha ha! We posted at the same time :)
Complete thread -- Yes, TY
Complete thread -- Right! That was goofing me up too! :)
Complete thread -- sodium chloride I bet
Complete thread -- sodium chloride
Complete thread -- Great questions! I'll answer with in
Complete thread -- NICU supplementation
Complete thread -- Looks like Apgar scores, but that's not what I hear. I hear "T ...
Complete thread -- Is it an ESL? Is the S/L a first and last name do you think? Can you tell us where the
Complete thread -- Could they be talking about a B score? or a Ballard Score? WAG
Complete thread -- I agree, gliclazide marketed in India, Canada, and Phillipines. No wonder I've never heard
Complete thread -- Yes of course I did! Are you seeing something I am not?! Thanks!
Complete thread -- NICU, premature infant ...
Complete thread -- Is this a newborn exam or well baby or er visit or ?
Complete thread -- Did you try doctor lookup above?
Complete thread -- I don't think I've ever heard gliclazide but hear glipizide all the time. Now I'm
Complete thread -- According to info I find glicazide is not prescribed in U.S.
Complete thread -- Good at finding doctors? s/l "otha sinorad" in dallas texas (PCP) sm
Complete thread -- Sounds like "T"
Complete thread -- I know, shucks, well I will have to QA it then, thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- agree - little u
Complete thread -- Both for diabetes, so could be either, but you can't guess on meds.
Complete thread -- Go to a drug site, rxlist or drugs.com and plug them in and see
Complete thread -- It isn't a proper noun so little.
Complete thread -- She will return to see me when her University exams are over ( big U or little u)
Complete thread -- warfarin, Epilim, (s/l gliclazide or Glipizide) <-- which would it be?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- way-WAG -- Bezold-Jarisch reflexes?? Just found that - no idea if it fits.
Complete thread -- The patient has anterior thigh and posterior thigh tenderness.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, alice and lb!
Complete thread -- OK- lb got it right except I think a comma rather than a period after 'marked.'
Complete thread -- tissue was then marked. Using a 10-blade to induce bleeding...
Complete thread -- I wholeheartedly agree! Pitiful!
Complete thread -- "and (it was) just bleeding in..." (I don't hear 'new' before 10 blade)
Complete thread -- Does not make sense as I am hearing it. Wav posted.
Complete thread -- prednisone is
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. Hadn't heard this before.
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ranged her? (put through range of motion)?
Complete thread -- Ortho note help, please.
Complete thread -- or stop being so critical resident troll. Give an answer why doncha
Complete thread -- I think slurring--- has been normal "as it is today"
Complete thread -- normal until today?
Complete thread -- I've heard of rectal stump so stem would work, same thing sm
Complete thread -- uses aerosol? too much shuffling papers.
Complete thread -- will listen again. thanks.
Complete thread -- Mastisol?
Complete thread -- having a problem posting the wav... posted it as an MP3 instead.. it's there now, pls help
Complete thread -- Abdominal incisions closed with s/l ocusol glue? Thank you.
Complete thread -- I think fine as is. Cervical range of motion: then gives findings
Complete thread -- I don't think we are expected to know contraindications, but if you do, great!
Complete thread -- history of varix or varices supposedly was okay.
Complete thread -- your old wav still there
Complete thread -- the clue is the word "or" and "either". But, if not comfortable, flag it
Complete thread -- another wav please help
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I am beginning to wonder if green is Morgan? They both have the
Complete thread -- Where is Darlene when you need her? LOL
Complete thread -- yellow-green. coffee-groundS. perfumes, causing
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- collimator is a device that narrows a beam of particles or waves.
Complete thread -- Patient will be scheduled for total hip arthroplasty. She has
Complete thread -- collimaters i think. still need coffee LOL
Complete thread -- columnators (double check, I may have that spelled wrong. no coffee yet)
Complete thread -- Breast cancer brachytherapy, "call emitters" ??
Complete thread -- does the cervical range of motion part seem right here?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- rectal stem? sm
Complete thread -- patient is status post patellectomy with endstage
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- If you have a before and after sentence that would help with the context please
Complete thread -- ...to urinate and his residual urines are low, no further
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Her leg s/l volume was prep'd and draped with chlorhexidine.
Complete thread -- s/l sos ACLS protocol ongoing. Needs IV access. Is this right? SOS?
Complete thread -- It depends on what guidelines you guys are supposed to go by.
Complete thread -- Wow, that's pretty bad when QA doesn't know something like this.
Complete thread -- I am doing qa for someone now and I see they typed in 4mg without
Complete thread -- drug name Medrol=upper case, proprietary. SM
Complete thread -- medrol 4 mg Dosepak or 4mg Dosepak
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just finished the report (finally!) so this helps a bunch.
Complete thread -- The jolt accentuation test has a sensitivity of 97% and specificity of 60% for the ...
Complete thread -- There is no meningismus, and there is a negative "joste" attenuation test
Complete thread -- Says "Traveled to Las Vegas", not "He will travel to". Being as he is already
Complete thread -- :) private practice - 100% cardiology
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- near Tonopah (Nevada)
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- (Jimminy Christmas! Thanks for the solution! I reckon his LPN daughter rarely drives him
Complete thread -- issues? (suboptimum word choice but clear?)
Complete thread -- MS
Complete thread -- could have been a mechanic also.
Complete thread -- I finally got it. He says, "He rarely drinks alcohol." Thanks. Yes, I will add
Complete thread -- maybe just using ON would clear it up.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I had my training at the knees of the doctors. I was in the hospital, working
Complete thread -- old
Complete thread -- he used to work driving a tractor-trailer for
Complete thread -- maybe director in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- I would add "driver." No teeny idea re #1 s/l: doesn't sound like either name or place of
Complete thread -- please check "he used to work AS A tractor trailer"
Complete thread -- He has one daughter who is an LPN ___ s/l recty dee tackle.
Complete thread -- Okey dokey - thanks a bunch! :)
Complete thread -- (beyond my expertise to suggest a solution. I might type "old" there.
Complete thread -- sorry for your adverse experience earlier.
Complete thread -- she actually said it 2x, same exactly word...so I posted. i feel like it's at the tip of
Complete thread -- I agree with flag. Too far an MT stretch to presume closing counts matched those at start
Complete thread -- After being 'reamed' out on other posts today, this really sounds like
Complete thread -- verbatim. never EVER guess. you can't hear it? flag it. we aren't doctors or the
Complete thread -- s/l "ol" fibroid uterus
Complete thread -- me? why have i always been in trouble? (are you my husband?)
Complete thread -- Way Wag: "Old medical records"? "Outside medical records"& dyslectic doc?
Complete thread -- This troll has head problems always causing chaos
Complete thread -- She says she heard "perionychium or eponychium." IT is not rocket science. If the
Complete thread -- really...why take it so personal?
Complete thread -- his cadden: his=This. cadden = has been.
Complete thread -- How could she 'leave it as dictated" when she couldn't hear the original word?
Complete thread -- huh? who is in trouble, Morgan? and why? just curious, even though that killed the cat.
Complete thread -- and...the all-inclusive, may not have been what he said. All in all, her safest bet would
Complete thread -- Actually, I was one of the original helpers with 3 different words.
Complete thread -- doesn't sound anything like your original, but okay
Complete thread -- Your dismissal of it not at all helpful is really sad. She bothered to ask it, many
Complete thread -- field block?
Complete thread -- n/m field
Complete thread -- His s/l *failed/filled* block was reinforced and then closed in 2 layers
Complete thread -- it is YOU who is trouble, always have been.
Complete thread -- this is the word help "troll", everyday same crap, extremely nasty person
Complete thread -- Morgan always does this and still does not post context. She is trouble
Complete thread -- Well, I believe it's just "This has been discussed"
Complete thread -- It's something "has been discussed" but could be either of those. He's talking so fast.
Complete thread -- His 'case was' ?
Complete thread -- His condition??
Complete thread -- The patient can give no history whatsoever. __his cadden discussed with ER staff,
Complete thread -- blah, blah, blah. who knows what she might have heard afterwards. blah blah
Complete thread -- Okay...thinking CNO for could not obtain...but ORM??
Complete thread -- I'm clueless here. Dictator states, "Unable to obtain family history. O R M C M O."
Complete thread -- My point is...if 'we' or the MT can't hear which one the doc said,
Complete thread -- Why, apparently, you cover it all with your unnecessary comment above.
Complete thread -- Another unnecessary comment from the peanut gallery. Do you have the answer?
Complete thread -- ohhhh. Difficult to follow & tell most of the time who is saying what, when etc.
Complete thread -- "really?"
Complete thread -- Nothing more was ever said. I decided to flag. Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- all that is well & good, but if you can't hear which one he says....
Complete thread -- all that is well & good, but if you can't hear which one he says....
Complete thread -- wait til you get to the end and see if he says correct at the end too. if not, i'd just
Complete thread -- nail bed (sterile matrix), nail fold, eponychium, paronychium, and hyponychium are referre
Complete thread -- late but... they both have same meaning so would just leave as dictated -sm
Complete thread -- if that is the only count done, at the beginning, I'd say something is amiss. If they
Complete thread -- Op note: Surgical counts were correct at the *beginning* of the case. Doc
Complete thread -- I pity you. Doctors should understand we're not mind readers
Complete thread -- I can't even ask him cuz he never gives me a straight answer either. Goes off on a tangent
Complete thread -- I stand corrected. now you have 3 to choose from, perionychium too. LOL
Complete thread -- it'd be paronychium (not perio) but hard to tell which one. by google
Complete thread -- eponychium or perionychum sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. Thought of that as well.
Complete thread -- I'd say no ' needed, since Veterans Administration Hospital isn't with an apostrophe
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- a veterans home or a veterans' home?
Complete thread -- Sted's equipment words has Maloney no-hole lens manipulator.
Complete thread -- Cataract op note. A *Maloney* hook was used to dial the trailing haptic...
Complete thread -- you are 100% right! thank you
Complete thread -- ?Enbrel
Complete thread -- Yes, thx. ...
Complete thread -- he has ankylosing spondylitis and is awaiting s/l embryo infusion.
Complete thread -- thanks i hear it now.
Complete thread -- office employee
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: The patient is on disability. She is a former ____. ...
Complete thread -- I got it, "sedation"
Complete thread -- LOL, any ideas what "station" could be? Patient is on a ventilator.
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- The patient does move all extremities s/l "once station is withdrawn"
Complete thread -- Vagifem
Complete thread -- p.s.
Complete thread -- I know because I understand the context
Complete thread -- mixed incontinence with minimal pelvic prolapse. I advised her that i ...
Complete thread -- (I think you're complimenting me...)
Complete thread -- no cap on circle of Willis and PI (pulsatility index) is in centimeters/second cm/s
Complete thread -- A pacing (atrium) (they insert a temporary pacing wire( pacemaker wire) sm
Complete thread -- thanks for the confirmation!
Complete thread -- A-paced using a pacemaker and atrially paced.
Complete thread -- CVP of 14. He was being *A-paced* at the time. Vitals following CABG. Please
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway, sending on.
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks
Complete thread -- This was it! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- can it possibly be 132 cm? do you think it is really mm?
Complete thread -- eating shrimp pot pie.
Complete thread -- recipe for SHRIMP POT PIE and other shellfish recipes at Epicurious.com.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all of you!
Complete thread -- Found this: Total Chef Jucin' Power Juicer - ?
Complete thread -- yep, like "eye-leus"
Complete thread -- sharing my heart arteries/abbrev heard during cath etc
Complete thread -- sure, they're gonna take a vein from a testicle for CABG.
Complete thread -- like ileus (long i) to me too. ...
Complete thread -- you reread noted a skin rash after she was eating shrimp and s/l "pupt pie
Complete thread -- She did pretty good I think, she IS "thinking" how many know this sm
Complete thread -- no, not what I meant. You would not use a poor quality vein, i.e., saphenous "SO", we had
Complete thread -- Are you a dr? Otherwise, how do you know?
Complete thread -- Sure, as we all know, as long as we know the subject the doctor is going to be very
Complete thread -- Sounds like ileus to me, but I don't do much GI, so wait for others to
Complete thread -- eating purpura? re-read the question, darlene
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- ? Humira Just a guess as not enough context provided.
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- patient with intractable migraine
Complete thread -- relook
Complete thread -- (or relook colonoscopy)
Complete thread -- in other words...
Complete thread -- relook endoscopy
Complete thread -- I kept trying to hear hemiplegia or paresthesias, neither of which I could fit in there.
Complete thread -- Not really. I didn't hear it all that well but sounded close anyway.
Complete thread -- YOU ROCK!!! Thanks!!
Complete thread -- I listened again and pretty sure it's "pot pie." Thanks.
Complete thread -- maybe "residual"
Complete thread -- anybody? If I can get this blank filled in I won't have to send it on to Q.
Complete thread -- Popeyes is regional; you might want to google it for the area the patient is in.
Complete thread -- I wondered about "popeyes" too but didn't know there was a place called that. Must be
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- eating shrimp at Popeyes? Normally serve chicken but they are
Complete thread -- I know I am late with this, but there is a vegetable and fruit supplement capsule called
Complete thread -- well, there is a dish called shrimp pot pie
Complete thread -- all I can think of is purpura sm
Complete thread -- mind want to rewind on this sentence, a bit contradictatory
Complete thread -- LITA=left internal thoracic art. LIMA=left internal mammary art. sm
Complete thread -- noted a skin rash after she was eating shrimp and s/l "pupt pie" Surely not
Complete thread -- oops, did not see your post, so, I agree with your suggestion
Complete thread -- s/l of the liver may be" "delivered in combination with etc
Complete thread -- Know what you mean, but I don't think anything else that was dictated helps here.
Complete thread -- ..."paragraph" -- not just ESLs
Complete thread -- "para" is commonly used by everyone for
Complete thread -- ? incisural
Complete thread -- I don't think it's fair to blame the accent
Complete thread -- this is pretty messy
Complete thread -- coronary artery bypass; we don't use seminal veins for that
Complete thread -- ?...delivered in combination with...
Complete thread -- Why?
Complete thread -- I think it's just colonoscopy. He's stuttering and sputtering.
Complete thread -- It's something colonoscopy but can't get the preceding word. Thanks.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- This is a case where more context might have been helpful. Is this
Complete thread -- He's not saying "cannula" but I still think it has to be per minute.
Complete thread -- upper endoscopy ?
Complete thread -- Hmm, thank you. Not sure. ;)
Complete thread -- I think so...check out hits inside
Complete thread -- The patient will require leukoroscopy for further evaluation of anemia.
Complete thread -- Don't know about s/l but wander if it is juicing and peel and not pill.
Complete thread -- He says oxygen 2 L per mL. Has to mean minute, right?
Complete thread -- Doc spells "Jucin" veggie pill and fruit pill daily. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Yes, can hear that now. Thanks!
Complete thread -- The heart was arrested with a cold blood cardioplegia *of the liver* in combo with...
Complete thread -- doubt that on a CABG...
Complete thread -- yes! Bulldog (clamp) - (Yasargil)- fits.
Complete thread -- bulldog?
Complete thread -- I googled CABG artery clip and found a few articles, but nothing s/l like 'boulder'
Complete thread -- Yes, he must have. Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- metaphyseal is the only thing I can come up with
Complete thread -- Maybe he's saying first part under his breath. I can't think what else would fit
Complete thread -- seminal
Complete thread -- The x-rays do show a s/l *taph seal fracture of both the radius and ul ...
Complete thread -- The mammary artery was then spatulated and *a boulder* clip was applied...
Complete thread -- He does say this about the vein harvested, but I'm still at a loss for my s/l. Please
Complete thread -- Well, this is a 17-minute dictation & I'm about 3 minutes in, so maybe he'll repeat later.
Complete thread -- Thanks! As I said above, he is ESL.
Complete thread -- I forgot to mention, he is ESL, but he's not so bad overall. Still, I guess
Complete thread -- He says LITA a couple of times....left internal thoracic artery.
Complete thread -- There is OM1 and OM2 (obtuse marginal branches)
Complete thread -- some ole' vein? lol. I'm tryin to figure out what he means there.
Complete thread -- I'm betting on cryoprecipitate.
Complete thread -- LITA? or LIMA (left internal mammary artery)
Complete thread -- CABG (as below). Okay, maybe doc is going to give me a hard time...
Complete thread -- CABG and new area/note for me. Under transfusion heading, he says
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes, and you don't normally pad the calf after a knee OP.
Complete thread -- I agree with Darlene.
Complete thread -- So hard to hear diff between cast and calf. Would cast padding be used if no cast placed?
Complete thread -- cast padding???
Complete thread -- Knee operative note. Wounds dressed with Xeroform, 4 x 4's, *calf* padding, Ace wrap
Complete thread -- Actually, I do hear fluid shifts. Thanks !
Complete thread -- I would do: as you have it, as the words "after"right knee OA can't stand alone as dx
Complete thread -- fluid shifts, fluid taken off with hemodialysis?
Complete thread -- I believe means "ice chips" (slow fluid infusion) as opposed to chug a lug
Complete thread -- poor tolerance of s/l fluid chips??
Complete thread -- Thanks. Maybe saying evidence of insular, basal etc.
Complete thread -- something insular, maybe saying left or right, wag
Complete thread -- Oops, typo on thalamus
Complete thread -- s/l "avinsural," basal ganglia, and thalmus infarcts
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think that must be it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I googled him too and isn't he dead? Or is it a different guy?
Complete thread -- Each of those are separate dx. SM
Complete thread -- Client wants me to list and number all diagnoses, even if doctor doesn't
Complete thread -- or, I have some ESLs that say para (meaning paragraph)
Complete thread -- could he/she be saying period?
Complete thread -- I only hear 2 syllables - *par-ra*, so don't think it's peritoneal (ESL doc).
Complete thread -- peritoneal?
Complete thread -- Open appendectomy: There was pus in the right lower quadrant and in the pelvis.
Complete thread -- Yep, found this too, so its probably 6-MMP not what I have above
Complete thread -- I googled Imuran metabolite levels 6NMP and the NMP came up
Complete thread -- NMP is right (N-methyl-2-pyrrolidinone (referred to as "NMP") but 6?
Complete thread -- found 6-MMP on Google
Complete thread -- therapeutic range, with (s/l 6NMP) less than 500 and TGN 308
Complete thread -- We can't use contractions where I work (except in direct quotes), so even on verbatim
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help! Will flag. : )
Complete thread -- I would flag
Complete thread -- Another question: Do you agree where he states identified "incisions" that he's
Complete thread -- Hard to get any of these suggestions. I'll flag. Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- or superior aspect?
Complete thread -- I keep thinking superior recess, or abscess... wags
Complete thread -- cool cool cool
Complete thread -- Yes, quite clear now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Incision along the cephalad portion...down to a depth of the *superior ess* capsule.
Complete thread -- underlying?
Complete thread -- That's how I'd do it. (Fed Ex'd)
Complete thread -- Malar cheek mass excision: Superior portion of the *no-ing* cyst was identified.
Complete thread -- If they want to look that stupid, then just pick one
Complete thread -- You & me both, I had to Google him.
Complete thread -- In that case, I'd prolly go with "Exed"
Complete thread -- In that case, I'd prolly go with "Exed"
Complete thread -- I must live under a rock too since I have no idea who Jack Layton is.
Complete thread -- unfortunately, this is a very strict verbatim account. cannot change any words. sigh.
Complete thread -- very good point. The troll spends the day, everyday doing this stuff
Complete thread -- sent via Federal Express a
Complete thread -- hmmm, in this context? Doesn't really seem to make sense.
Complete thread -- of course if he says it as a plural, and not a possessive, it can be a matter of what
Complete thread -- twist is the relevant word in bowel surgery
Complete thread -- "We have**Fed Exed** a disc of his imaging" or Fed Ex'd?
Complete thread -- twitch or spasm, makes sense if you hear it
Complete thread -- Maybe another country. Not everyone follows US politics.
Complete thread -- you don't need the "s", either
Complete thread -- twist
Complete thread -- she even posted a wav which many already responded to. Gosh, I wish
Complete thread -- OMG. seriously. blather, jibber-jabber. Don't you even see the multitude
Complete thread -- it should
Complete thread -- Here is the link to the Drake and Drake explanation of what not to use
Complete thread -- maybe & a guess, not hearing it all or dictator not giving right; might be sm
Complete thread -- this is the same ole same ole masher-poster. Stop slamming people, go away.
Complete thread -- addendum Luer lock system of joining needles to syringes
Complete thread -- A 5 ml ampule of 0.8% indigo carmine is added to 35 ml of water in a 60 cc luer lock
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- There was no evidence of *twitch* in the bowel. I can't hear twist, but...?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- no '
Complete thread -- Indigo carmine was given and *a lock* was left while attention was turned
Complete thread -- ...followed by oversewing with 3-0 silk *Lembert's.* Not sure if apostrophy needed?
Complete thread -- to use Auralgan to help....
Complete thread -- I cannot believe you even asked this!! Where do you live? Under a rock?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I tried many spellings but just couldn't seem to get it. : )
Complete thread -- celiotomy? (another name for laparotomy)
Complete thread -- Op note for Hartmann's procedure. A midline *see-all-lotomy* was made.
Complete thread -- Patient with cerumen impaction. Plan will be to use a s/l rauch? to help remove the
Complete thread -- Unfortunately mine does not care and still blames the mt
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- NM...Ativan
Complete thread -- comfortable on morphine drip and s/l enema TIA
Complete thread -- Started to say diarrhea and then said acute meningitis?...d...acute meningitis...
Complete thread -- s/l difficult meningitis TIA!
Complete thread -- TYVM!
Complete thread -- penicillin VK should be fine, although the "book" lists penicilin V potassium SM
Complete thread -- Usually when it's back pain, they check for perineal sensation. ...
Complete thread -- perineal sensation vs. peroneal sensation TIA!
Complete thread -- It sure made sense to me. The left-sided weakness was greater in the face than in the
Complete thread -- thank you to all for respondingl...
Complete thread -- I question the following...
Complete thread -- can you hear "Fioricet"?
Complete thread -- Where I work, we are instructed to use penicillin VK.
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- I think it's Lioresal. They give baclofen for fibromyalgia. Don't know why he's
Complete thread -- (too hard,) although it sounds feasible for solution.....
Complete thread -- I also went to drugs.com + wildcard + theo* got up 9 pages sm
Complete thread -- I think penicillin V potassium might be recommended. Check archives. I can't remember
Complete thread -- await other responses: In my time, it was pen VK, or penVK.
Complete thread -- med s/l "theo rass awl" I went to drugs.com and it just suggested Thera-Sal which
Complete thread -- penvk
Complete thread -- hmm,...no,....doubt it is "permanent."
Complete thread -- Could definitely be this one. I hear "men" clearly. Thanks.
Complete thread -- He's esl so I'm not real sure. Could it possibly be "permanent"?
Complete thread -- tnx....vm
Complete thread -- Mitt Romney is running for US president
Complete thread -- Jack Layton and ....pls help
Complete thread -- pontine or prepontine?
Complete thread -- putamen?
Complete thread -- WAY-OUT-GUESS-WAG: pyramidal......(it is also subcortical, which is my justification)
Complete thread -- It appears to be s/l "peeriman" and subcortical
Complete thread -- I think it's "yoga." Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- The patient is a "yera" class teacher as well as also does some dancing.
Complete thread -- Or if it is involved in a recall. Which from looking at the current recalls,
Complete thread -- best answer i've seen for this post. you are right.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't even try to document a lot number or serial number
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- oh...i didnt think of it that way. thanks
Complete thread -- off the base of the 2nd versus of the cuneiform makes sense to
Complete thread -- before Nationals and all this hoopla, there was many a time you could do that and I've
Complete thread -- My guess is doctor means bony fragment off the base of the 2nd TMT versus off the base of
Complete thread -- "of the" is clear...i might have to qa it.
Complete thread -- try SES - self-expanding stent, or Sirolimus-eluting stent (perhaps?)
Complete thread -- or maybe he's saying 2nd metatarsus cuneiform?
Complete thread -- off the 2nd metatarsal cuneiform makes more sense...???
Complete thread -- deja
Complete thread -- s/l verses
Complete thread -- if you'd looked up battery first. 4[SINGULAR] a group of similar things
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks for your help! ...
Complete thread -- "battery" is often used to describe a group of skin allergen tests. Major makes sense, SM
Complete thread -- hepatitis C with hepatocellular cancer?
Complete thread -- Allergy/papular skin rash
Complete thread -- Not all work for "nationals" some work at home for doctor's offices.
Complete thread -- I don't blame you. Calling the manufacturer would probably be OK
Complete thread -- probably hepatitis C something.
Complete thread -- yep, mobilize. found this on the drug.com website.
Complete thread -- ling pictures of vessel loop closure, see how wound is closed but not
Complete thread -- S/L hepatitis seawater
Complete thread -- If we got caught calling a client, we would lose our jobs. Where do you work that you can
Complete thread -- If we got caught calling a client, we would lose our jobs. Where do you work that you can
Complete thread -- if you find out please come back & share- "right IJ Cordis *SYS* catheter
Complete thread -- Kugel it is!
Complete thread -- "really"
Complete thread -- Bard® Composix® Kugel® Mesh Patch -- The Kugel is being recalled so
Complete thread -- call dictator, have someone check the chart, it is "written" there
Complete thread -- I have called manufacturers to get info and I have called hospitals to get spellings...all
Complete thread -- maybe "Kugal" interchangeable term for Bard Ventralex sm
Complete thread -- Kugel patch
Complete thread -- why not? I think they would be grateful that you want to get it right.
Complete thread -- agree, is different. Yes, they do have standard template, this is MUCH different tho
Complete thread -- A preperitoneal plane was created as recommended for a s/l "cougar" patch repair.
Complete thread -- yeah it does. It is used like a snare, to tie off & ID various things, including sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. I don't feel very comfortable doing that. :)
Complete thread -- give the company a call...
Complete thread -- sorry... did not realize you were looking for "lot #"
Complete thread -- Bard Ventralex hernia patch listed under "Bard" in Stedman's Surgical equipment
Complete thread -- wow thanks for sharing this
Complete thread -- I'm trying to document a lot number for Bard Ventralex hernia patch. Can anyone
Complete thread -- congrats take it
Complete thread -- Here is something I came across. You probably are hearing it correctly.
Complete thread -- I am pretty sure albumin is used in hypo to build volume... but I guess mobilize is okay?
Complete thread -- s/l mobilize
Complete thread -- I also hope she verifies that inch-pound suture. I've never ever in my life heard that...
Complete thread -- Not what I was thinking...Thank you very much!! nm
Complete thread -- link vessel loops
Complete thread -- a nidus
Complete thread -- I'm sure I should know this...but my brain isn't working sm
Complete thread -- hummppp. well. I don't think she stuck around. Oh well I asked her to verify it, so
Complete thread -- injections...
Complete thread -- I'd say he means "injections
Complete thread -- oops, more to sentence that might make a difference...Please sm
Complete thread -- Had 5-FU injection in shoulder. He tolerated these *incisions* well. Could that
Complete thread -- is it possible to delete the back-up Function itself, or must one periodically dump b/u
Complete thread -- yea, see what I mean? I can't get to the end of the report to hear the word.
Complete thread -- oh, wow. that is not the one I heard earlier. She must have put another one . :(
Complete thread -- I heard it. Let me go listen again. hang on.
Complete thread -- tunnels were created deep to the pect major musculature, is the last thing I hear
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- It cuts off and restarts before I can get to the word....
Complete thread -- I already sent it, but that's what I went with.
Complete thread -- I know. I kept listening and hoping it was not near the end of the report.
Complete thread -- verify it please. That's new to most of us. :D Let the other poster listen too.
Complete thread -- wish we could fast-forward....
Complete thread -- me neither but I found some references to Google. See what YOU hear.
Complete thread -- that'd be a new one for me. never heard that before
Complete thread -- that sounds better! Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- it is on the wav side. ALL of the beginning to the blank. :D
Complete thread -- Old MP3 is still there
Complete thread -- Finally got it. I do think it is 9 inch-pounds (strength) of suture.
Complete thread -- MP3; it's toward the end of the audio ...
Complete thread -- and
Complete thread -- sorry, I don't hear but old on either one. and we don't get markers either, I don't
Complete thread -- did ja do a wav or MP3?
Complete thread -- and
Complete thread -- Audio Posted
Complete thread -- and
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- surrounding inflammatory change s/l "in/and" mesenteric hypervascularity
Complete thread -- surrounding inflammatory change s/l "in/and" mesenteric hypervascularity
Complete thread -- yes, that sounds like it should be right.. TY!!
Complete thread -- Yup, that is it!! Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Janumet
Complete thread -- (s/l genemit) tablets for type 2 diabetes
Complete thread -- polydioxanone suture (PDS) .
Complete thread -- I still hear 96 ...
Complete thread -- you don't have to cap cesarean section either
Complete thread -- hot? as in hot nodules or just active.b
Complete thread -- okay thank you!!
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- i've never been able to post a link
Complete thread -- 96 pound = maybe "nonabsorbable" suture? going out on a limb with
Complete thread -- I'm just not sure about this one. ...
Complete thread -- ok, i'm probably crazy, but i did find this -
Complete thread -- clamp grasped a ...?? but 96-pound suture is stumping me.
Complete thread -- grasped is correct for "greft" ...
Complete thread -- I'd think 'underwent' makes more sense, but can't get the s/l
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Not sure on your s/l, but I'd end sentence at disease. The abdomen...
Complete thread -- May be that. I will relisten. ...
Complete thread -- Type of surgery
Complete thread -- Monocryl
Complete thread -- I'll send on with a blank. Thanks.
Complete thread -- what kind of surgery is this?
Complete thread -- S/L "monocle"
Complete thread -- terbinafine ?
Complete thread -- med s/l perfinadine
Complete thread -- no lymphadenopathy, pallor, or signs of (s/l lot) thyroid disease
Complete thread -- she had (s/l pre-untal) five years ago and undergone second-yearly colonoscopies for
Complete thread -- S/L ..clamp greft
Complete thread -- Sounds right
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if he's pronouncing "sacral" with a short a, but not sure.
Complete thread -- maybe zero silk as in 0 silk
Complete thread -- Clear as a bell now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- I can't make sense out of vessel loop for that. Could silk be in there?
Complete thread -- serratus?
Complete thread -- Could it be "hemodynamic"
Complete thread -- One more blank on the seminoma patient: future s/l "cycle" malignancy
Complete thread -- The *serious* and latissimus fascia were then closed... I can't seem
Complete thread -- Chest tubes placed and secured using *vessel loop suture.*
Complete thread -- S/L on operative note
Complete thread -- "Thanks O." I like that :)
Complete thread -- I put GIA stapler in google, then went back and started filling in between
Complete thread -- I put GIA stapler in google, then went back and started filling in between
Complete thread -- How about within the insensitive thoracic ...? sm
Complete thread -- That'll work.
Complete thread -- maybe "within the" something thoracic cavity?
Complete thread -- Yes, I can finally hear 75. Thank you SO much!
Complete thread -- GIA 75 stapler?
Complete thread -- GIA surgical stapler?
Complete thread -- Same note as post below for lobectomy. I have a s/l as inside
Complete thread -- pure
Complete thread -- T2 N2 M0 right testicular s/l "peer" seminoma, nonsecretory, status post right
Complete thread -- A posterolateral thoracotomy incision made with *intra in-sin-sih-tive* thoracic...
Complete thread -- OH!!!! thanks everyone!!! Sorry for such an easy one. Thanks for being nice about it!
Complete thread -- “TEDs” and “Kendalls”(SCDs)
Complete thread -- Kendalls
Complete thread -- TEDs and "candles" for DVT prophylaxis
Complete thread -- Yes, can hear that now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- how about "as far as her lip"
Complete thread -- She HAS decided
Complete thread -- incised?
Complete thread -- The palmar fascia was identified and *thawzed* with the 11 blade until we identified
Complete thread -- Prineo skin closure system
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Prineo skin closure system
Complete thread -- You don't have to send it in with "dictation ended here" or something. Usually have to
Complete thread -- omegoid shape
Complete thread -- you know what? disregard all those suggestions. I think he is cutting himself off
Complete thread -- more acute ____ shape (forget pemphigoid), but I hear goid at the end
Complete thread -- something like with a more acute pemphigoid shape?
Complete thread -- slightly retracted epiglottis _____. With the laryngoscope
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- position of the laryngoscope blade within the vallecula of ...
Complete thread -- the laryngoscope _____ the patient with good glottic view
Complete thread -- using a standard text or a template is different -
Complete thread -- Yes !!! Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- transcranial?
Complete thread -- s/l "trans-guy-na"
Complete thread -- nice.......
Complete thread -- my radiologists have used standard text (cut/paste) forever.
Complete thread -- s/l Domkowitz looks like Adamkiewicz sm link
Complete thread -- I had a doctor contact me recently about taking over his office
Complete thread -- "FLIN" may be fentanyl drip also.
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if he is thinking of something like stay sutures and just flubbing,
Complete thread -- Thanks for all suggestions! I'll flag and let QA have a go at it. : )
Complete thread -- stainless steel? too many syllables, though
Complete thread -- On my accounts, yes we have to expand it
Complete thread -- Thanks! I wasn't sure what to expand "nitro" to -- nitroglycerin? Also,
Complete thread -- nitro and propofol drips?
Complete thread -- stay as in intentially left in the body?
Complete thread -- Listened again for that and thought of it at first, but he really seems to say "stay."
Complete thread -- I agree with using what you hear.
Complete thread -- Last one for this CABG (I hope!). Pt taken to ICU in critical condition...
Complete thread -- true, so true and Soooooo freaking scary that they don't read them!!
Complete thread -- I know some places do not permit copying and pasting. It works IF it is done right, s.m.
Complete thread -- it become negligence on his part when he signs it. You are just
Complete thread -- good idea; bet in time, the supervisors may not permit??
Complete thread -- sternal?
Complete thread -- says modest (he meant to say moderate may be but I need to give him modest only!!)
Complete thread -- The sternum was then reapproximated using *stay wires.* The fascia was then closed...
Complete thread -- thanks for that
Complete thread -- glad you got IT. For me, with a new dictator I always rewind every single time untilllll
Complete thread -- Good find, Darlene! I bet that's it.
Complete thread -- my thoughts
Complete thread -- gad poi, good one. Lemme write that one down. It's Medtronic product
Complete thread -- putting in quotes, google finds moderate usage more common.
Complete thread -- to me, negligence is now. If you work in a hospital, turn this over
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll check this out. : )
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- (Elongated One-Piece Arterial)
Complete thread -- EOPA
Complete thread -- Rultract™ asymmetric sternal retractor link
Complete thread -- ah, thanks
Complete thread -- IC capacity right??
Complete thread -- Bladder capacity of bladder is normal but **IC capacity is not normal
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- medical?
Complete thread -- showed s/l modest rectocele? modest right? moderate??tq
Complete thread -- He seems pretty clear about "roll track." Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- A 22 *ee-oh-ba* aortic cannula... (CABG operative note) Please
Complete thread -- radical?
Complete thread -- does not s/l abdominal but ed a cul
Complete thread -- Rosenkranz? (found in Stedman Cardiovascular but not in Equipment)
Complete thread -- let me add this: s.m.
Complete thread -- A median sternotomy was performed, and using the *roll track* retractor, the
Complete thread -- Ah, hearing better now....placed in the cath lab. I'm getting used to his
Complete thread -- Looking for some opinions on a situation we have. s.m.
Complete thread -- thanks, will listen for left heart
Complete thread -- Yes, I've tried that link and just hard to really find anything solid. CABG.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- all I think of slurring s/l calf is "left" ie putting the IABP in the
Complete thread -- Sounds like he is not sure if she is just taking the tramadol (Ultram) or the other one
Complete thread -- can try the link. what is the exact procedure, please?
Complete thread -- yes, arterial line...
Complete thread -- Yes they are, technically, 2 different things.
Complete thread -- A right IJ Cordis *SYS* catheter was placed as well as a right radial *art-line.*
Complete thread -- " Descemet's membrane"
Complete thread -- Check out Descemet.
Complete thread -- agree • cyclodialysis spatula link
Complete thread -- I may not understand your question, but couldn't the patient
Complete thread -- cyclodialysis spatula
Complete thread -- An intraaortic balloon pump was placed in *the calf side* at the time of....
Complete thread -- s/l desomaise tear
Complete thread -- psychodialysis *spatula*
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- The doctor stumbled over his words and he then said "or," so I wasn't certain if he was
Complete thread -- sm from drugs.com
Complete thread -- sm from drugs.com
Complete thread -- I believe tramadol is Ultram - when you add acetaminophen it is Ultracet
Complete thread -- hooo rayyy, finally, glad you got it, (good d j i f n m)
Complete thread -- Oh, found it -- Blake.
Complete thread -- Is Ultracet and tramadol two different things, since Ultracet has tramadol and acetam
Complete thread -- Drains and Tubes: Two 24-French *blapes* were left within the mediastinum.
Complete thread -- if you ever find out what it was let us know
Complete thread -- routine culture within the field ?
Complete thread -- something -flex? there are lots of pain creams with -flex (instead of 6?)
Complete thread -- trichial ? (brow lift?)
Complete thread -- used to make a jagged incision through the right ______ area and a 5
Complete thread -- Patient with chronic knee pain.
Complete thread -- He was not *CSE* initially but was unable to perform
Complete thread -- routine culture of *thenofnel* was obtained.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. Going to flag. I gone through all my resources and
Complete thread -- checking the sentence "rule out some SKIN of occult disk herniation or other"?
Complete thread -- Nevermind- I think I will flag this one
Complete thread -- what is the presenting complaint? or do you have any up front info to help us?
Complete thread -- geessshh..... he was just saying "Bystolic", sorry guys and thank you!
Complete thread -- "doxalic" is what it s/l to me too. I thought maybe a chemo drug for the breast ca?
Complete thread -- toxicology?
Complete thread -- Shoulder surgery sounds like *VA* mini-open rotator cuff repair
Complete thread -- ? Valsalva
Complete thread -- Lumigan ?
Complete thread -- No. Thanks though. I can't post a wav or I would.
Complete thread -- med s/l lumaden
Complete thread -- trying - just can't get anything that sounds like a real word - s/l doxalic
Complete thread -- Total waaay out guessing here... "down curve of his aorta" or maybe
Complete thread -- No. Clearly s/l what I have, just can't document. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- WAG- common iliac? (I'm thinking maybe domko=common)
Complete thread -- neurovascular chain in the lumbar region at *Domkowitz* or aorta
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- ? sonorous
Complete thread -- s/l so-ra-yis???
Complete thread -- wonder if s/l try key el is --triplane area (4 areas involved).
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down=suborbicularis oculi fat (SOOF) pad.
Complete thread -- that should also be we have done 2 fat transfers already, not thigh
Complete thread -- Actually that should be fat from her banana roll outer thigh....
Complete thread -- banana roll of her outer thigh
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- We have done 2 thigh transfers already and we need to just increase it a little bit more.
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant female who desires more volume into her brea ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant female who desires more volume into her brea ...
Complete thread -- sounded to me like "nasal" but I wouldn't use that. :)
Complete thread -- glad you heard that...cuz that's what I heard, too. and, all of a sudden, I think maybe
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- amount of adipose
Complete thread -- a large amount of adiposity.
Complete thread -- He has some large ________ in his abdomen with little protuberant abdo ...
Complete thread -- ____ towel clamp
Complete thread -- probably
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- aparoscopic??? laparoscopic!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She has had a aparoscopic cholecystectomy and tonsillectomy.
Complete thread -- She has had a lap-chole
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- with Juvederm
Complete thread -- Her fracture was closed reduced at the hospital s/l acutely* at that time.
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: __________ and tonsillectomy. ...
Complete thread -- volume replacement and Juvederm
Complete thread -- As far lip is concerned, doing ________ . As far as her neck and jowl ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...who comes in FOR facial rejuvenation
Complete thread -- Just a suggestion - when you have that many blanks, you need
Complete thread -- and comma after nasolabial folds
Complete thread -- spelling error - use rhytides
Complete thread -- she has bilateral ? with nasolabial folds...
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- rhytides, glabella, base of the nose to the lip border with rhytides...
Complete thread -- As far as forehead is concerned she has grade 3 ___________ in her for ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 1. She is concerned about multiple different areas.
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant female who comes in facial rejuvenation. Sh ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- induration with a central area that is open
Complete thread -- of pus when expressed.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- As far as her anal exam is concerned about 1 cm away from the anal ver ...
Complete thread -- ?sutured into the SOOF, filling the ... wonder if "muscle" was a mistake.
Complete thread -- consider "medial flap" (not "fat")
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- thanks billybob
Complete thread -- advance diet...
Complete thread -- especially while driving or operating equipment. 5. ___________ diet,
Complete thread -- actually sounds like *try key el*
Complete thread -- s/l soof muscle
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I bet it is in the title of op. Glabella= forehead, tragal=ear (see where says brow)
Complete thread -- tragal?
Complete thread -- thanks for your reply.
Complete thread -- Thank you, that's it.
Complete thread -- incision through the right *tracheal* area and a 5 cm was
Complete thread -- components?
Complete thread -- confluence??
Complete thread -- radiology word help - sm
Complete thread -- okay. I get it. "Fixing to" is acceptable. thanks, everybody.
Complete thread -- as soon as I posted that comment I had a sneaking feeling that somebody would find it
Complete thread -- :/ Yeah, it is really way worse than listening to a New Joysey accent or heavy midwestern
Complete thread -- boy...some of my southern dictators have accents as thick as some ESLs, that is for sure!
Complete thread -- Desi....where are you??
Complete thread -- so, meant to say, would use fixing and not fixin' as spoken (i.e. change don't to do not)
Complete thread -- nothing wrong with "fixing to"
Complete thread -- usually though, contractions unless direct quotes by pt are not allowed
Complete thread -- I don't - especially since I'm a yankee turned southern. I'm not ESL.
Complete thread -- LOL! that struck me funny too!
Complete thread -- Is this account in North Carolina where I live? we have one acct where I work where
Complete thread -- just curious - do you really consider Southern dialect an ESL?
Complete thread -- She called me out and now she has not the common decency to respond.
Complete thread -- I'd go with 'fixing to' - can't really say it any better than that - commonly accepted
Complete thread -- I personally would change fixin' to fixing and leave it at that
Complete thread -- he was going to pass out.
Complete thread -- this is a verbatim account, but they are pretty generous with us, allowing us to fix
Complete thread -- Yes, I understand. I should make any additional comments in a new paragraph following
Complete thread -- same ole, same ole. She always has an answer, but nothing to do with the original
Complete thread -- Okay Darlene. I stepped up to the plate. I expect you to honor your answer and do
Complete thread -- pain scale has diddlysquat to do with diabetes. and yes, I'm confused by your answer.
Complete thread -- And again, what would a picture pain scale have to do with her being directions
Complete thread -- just a guess, but could picture scale just mean a visual graph or chart?
Complete thread -- next time, if ya can, please leave out your comments when asking for help. It confused
Complete thread -- maybe on a vent, trach, can't speak
Complete thread -- yepp me 2... • still waitinggg for you to grasp the concept get IT. gosh could this be....
Complete thread -- yepp, me 2. Waiting for "your" answer, waiting, waiting, waiting. ................
Complete thread -- Well, sorry, I was lost myself. I said "makes no sense" because it sure didn't look like
Complete thread -- No need, no need to apologize. The basher should.
Complete thread -- Okay, let us "think" on it. The OP has a question about a patient who is on
Complete thread -- Please do not ever go into the psychiatric business, because you pretty much have
Complete thread -- I answered her below. I'm still waiting for YOU to explain what YOUR answer has to
Complete thread -- you totally lost us...or at least me, anyway
Complete thread -- there are multiple what as detailed above?
Complete thread -- innie & outie. i have an innie.
Complete thread -- TY to both helpers.
Complete thread -- shoot how to spell it?? inny innie, meaning the belly button is type that is
Complete thread -- "innie" (belly button going in)
Complete thread -- still waitinggg for you to grasp the concept get IT. gosh could this be, same ol same ol
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Waiting for "your" answer, waiting, waiting, waiting.
Complete thread -- consider yourself confused then, gotcha
Complete thread -- Who? why are you wondering. Did you doubt the reference given or what
Complete thread -- agree mgt.
Complete thread -- That's exactly it! Thanks guys. :)
Complete thread -- Although he did not detail anything above about the cervical spine. lol
Complete thread -- I have an idea, how about you just get in there and give an answer.
Complete thread -- He was saying "present as detailed above" (not CT of the bowel). Will probably send the
Complete thread -- She's talking about diabetes & sliding scale, not pain. sheesh
Complete thread -- You are still loved, o a o m p p, I saw the bashing and was not fair at all.
Complete thread -- and whatever does that have to do with taking glipizide and doing diabetic care?
Complete thread -- yep, that's what popped into my head too but ya beat me to it.
Complete thread -- There is what is called a picture pain scale, it shows smiley/frown sm
Complete thread -- Marked hindfoot valgus
Complete thread -- could you just type it as you hear it, but omit the comments ?
Complete thread -- Radiology s/l *merk-tine foot valgus and pes planus. sm
Complete thread -- I agree, dictator hops all over the place. Sound file would really help here.
Complete thread -- what is he/she doing at first. Jumping from cervical spine to bowel? and then atheroscler
Complete thread -- 1st might be "calcifications" ??
Complete thread -- Sliding scale is all that comes to mind, but it doesn't s/l 'picture'
Complete thread -- can you post the sound file. the way you have it written (what you hear and what is being
Complete thread -- Can someone HELP with this esl? I have 3 blanks!
Complete thread -- thanks. I know about the DNU - just did it that way for speed sake
Complete thread -- q.a.c. and h.s. or hs whatever is on the DNU list, should be at bedtime.
Complete thread -- s/l picture scale
Complete thread -- I don't personally think you said anything offensive and kind of got ganged up on, but I
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- we've all 'been there & done that'
Complete thread -- I was out of line. Thanks for understanding. It turned into a long post.
Complete thread -- Sometimes its okay to indulge in a little humor, but sometimes it turns
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- Apology to the board
Complete thread -- I really don't see any need for any commas.
Complete thread -- plse disregard
Complete thread -- Quinton catheter insertion, pls sm
Complete thread -- If you take out what is in between your commas, sentence doesnt make sense.
Complete thread -- only after much.
Complete thread -- She is not walking much, according to her daughter, who is with her. Commas correct?
Complete thread -- depends on how big the opening is, i'm sure.
Complete thread -- agree - could also be wick (good answer, f g j j g j!)
Complete thread -- I think "brick" makes sense - like a wad or ball of packing, but in a bricky shape
Complete thread -- OK. was just another thought to throw out there. :D
Complete thread -- usually a 'wick' ?
Complete thread -- this point a small *brick* of packing was placed in the opening
Complete thread -- Thanks but I'm confident it is "somewhat" now that I have him at normal speed. I was
Complete thread -- unless it was "someone moved him and his wife against his will " like a power of attorney
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- OP: time on screen
Complete thread -- agree - eating ice cream for less than an hour makes no sense.
Complete thread -- I'm slowing him down to normal (I had the dictation sped up too much)
Complete thread -- Oh me, oh my, I think you are right, and that makes much more sense. I thought that was
Complete thread -- agree with "somewhat"
Complete thread -- I agree, wording not great. "somewhat" instead of someone?
Complete thread -- Well, I guess he just means the reason he lived in another city was because he couldn't
Complete thread -- Not sure this sentence makes a lot of sense.
Complete thread -- Well, if it took longer than an hour, it'd be all runny.
Complete thread -- I know this dr. messed up. He is saying Lovenox loud and clear. That ...
Complete thread -- are you sure about that? Usually with peds hear screen time - like has been s.m.
Complete thread -- No. Could you be hearing lavalbuterol or Xopenex?
Complete thread -- manually adjust loculated pneumoperitoneum (from vag) toward organ(s) of interest.
Complete thread -- is Lovenox used for nebulizer?
Complete thread -- Yes, ESL. ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- gloved finger? gloved fingers?
Complete thread -- New one for me !!! Thanks so much
Complete thread -- :D well, maybe she can share?
Complete thread -- (agree)
Complete thread -- I got it !!! "Eats ice cream less than one hour a day" LOL
Complete thread -- short stature. Chromosomal analysis revealed 46, XX normal female kar ...
Complete thread -- cotton wool spots
Complete thread -- screen time? meaning time in front of TV, computer monitor, I-Pad < 1 hr.
Complete thread -- s/l Con-doo'-al
Complete thread -- time screaming? time sunning? time scaring the pants off of someone? ANY clues
Complete thread -- diagnosis?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- she is active most of the day and s/l * time screen is less than one h ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Well, wonder who this could be??? Hmmmm. MMMMM
Complete thread -- the peak/mean aortic gradients
Complete thread -- You told us 5 times and I'm still not sure what you're talking about.
Complete thread -- you are absolutely right - sorry, I do understand that, didn't mean to drop the 's'
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- pneumoperitoneum= presence of air or gas in the peritoneal ca
Complete thread -- shoulder strap grooving
Complete thread -- I'm not for sure if use for eyes (avoid contact with eyes) more scalp/psoriasis I think.
Complete thread -- being (or having been)
Complete thread -- staining
Complete thread -- been or being??
Complete thread -- staining (not stinging)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- OP: should be AV sequential paced rhythm
Complete thread -- Yes, thx ...
Complete thread -- I would say are because 2 things are implied.
Complete thread -- it is "her hx of dementia." Thanks, I can hear that now.
Complete thread -- dude's name is Denonvilliers --- you can't just drop the "s"
Complete thread -- has a history of dementia?
Complete thread -- parallel??
Complete thread -- See list from OneLook.com
Complete thread -- ? Alzheimer's dementia
Complete thread -- Olux?
Complete thread -- vascular?
Complete thread -- no to both. tks anyway. will just flag
Complete thread -- I tried listening for early-onset dementia but that is not it either.
Complete thread -- ESL
Complete thread -- Past hx: Tp has s/l ersha dementia.
Complete thread -- I have placed him on *owe lex* ointment to the eyelids and eyes at night
Complete thread -- or maybe "columnar" something (and not "score")
Complete thread -- could it be CPIS score?
Complete thread -- 7-0 Vicryl
Complete thread -- a Columbus score ? See msg for context plz/thanks
Complete thread -- subcuticular manner with set of Vicryl - not sure what that is you are hearing
Complete thread -- like a balloon loosing its air
Complete thread -- found this on Google, might help
Complete thread -- how would a pneumoperitoneum leak out of the cervix?
Complete thread -- I don't even begin to know why or how he wants to "rotate" a pneumoperitoneum, since
Complete thread -- The glove makes sense, but not rotate. Seems as though they sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- I am guessing that the PA did say vagaries, probably does not know what it really means.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- perivesical space;
Complete thread -- what the heck???? None of that makes any sense at all. Context?
Complete thread -- read her sentence again please. the the is actually the De. Too busy trying to get
Complete thread -- colporrhaphy in there somewhere? Maybe actually is not what you are hearing.
Complete thread -- I know that, but it is still the way Dorland's and other resources have it. It is up to
Complete thread -- Patient with hip pain status post a prior THA.
Complete thread -- A *glove* was placed in the vagina to rotate the pneumoperitoneum
Complete thread -- the bladder was pushed down. *pera sick u lar* spaces were also utilized for removal
Complete thread -- oh, ok
Complete thread -- s/l culporaporf
Complete thread -- reduced?
Complete thread -- rightward (shift)
Complete thread -- per BOS 2, preference is to not use possessive form with eponyms. But it
Complete thread -- anemia with a *right wood* hemoglobin of 10.3
Complete thread -- Internal and external rotation are/is intact. Ty.
Complete thread -- key sentence - Sum of parity and abortus equals gravidity.
Complete thread -- Denonvilliers’ fascia?
Complete thread -- not the .... but Denonvilliers' fascia after French anatomist and surgeon Charles-Pierre
Complete thread -- Denonvilliers
Complete thread -- prostate and noted that the *non vee us* fascia
Complete thread -- Gravidity and parity: Gravidity is the number of confirmed pregnancies; a pregnant woman i
Complete thread -- twins do not affect that anyway.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "Multifetal pregnancy is counted as one in terms of gravidity and parity."
Complete thread -- Alice is right... but I think with the changes made and the jumping around I'd flag also.
Complete thread -- Thanks. No twins, he gave delivery in 1995, AB in 2000 and delivery in 2005
Complete thread -- what made me question myself was he initially dictated
Complete thread -- I think it works if one was a twin pregnancy and the other an abortion (not 100% sure)
Complete thread -- agree, something is not right. Hard to tell where mistake was made, though.
Complete thread -- shouldn't this be gravida 3? dictated: gravida 2, para 2-0-1-2
Complete thread -- Glad its Schatzki and not the other ring.
Complete thread -- Glad its Schatzki and not the other ring.
Complete thread -- Glad its Schatzki and not the other ring.
Complete thread -- Glad its Schatzki and not the other ring.
Complete thread -- Glad its Schatzki and not the other ring.
Complete thread -- Glad its Schatzki and not the other ring.
Complete thread -- Glad its Schatzki and not the other ring.
Complete thread -- Glad its Schatzki and not the other ring.
Complete thread -- No ?. ESL. Patient had endoscopy done, just showed *hit, corrected
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- they are fairly synonymous - I think either one works
Complete thread -- Margaret, that was posted above 3 hours before you wrote.
Complete thread -- Sequential paced rhythm.
Complete thread -- obtain or attain?
Complete thread -- Ty. :)
Complete thread -- Well, I was answering your question, "Do you think I should put a semicolon..."
Complete thread -- APC?
Complete thread -- Persantine Myoview: ECG: *ABC* sequential base rhythm.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Which way? :) I put 2 choices. Ty!
Complete thread -- I agree with you and would do it the same way.
Complete thread -- semicolon yes.
Complete thread -- Are you sure? The s/l was before golf cart.
Complete thread -- Punctuation help, please. See inside: (Stat report)
Complete thread -- duh me :(
Complete thread -- Provera?
Complete thread -- Margaret!!
Complete thread -- There is Preven EC?
Complete thread -- medication s/l ** Pre-VAR-ee-uh ** for PCOS?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- got it, sterile technique
Complete thread -- using the lateral approach and s/l scale technique, the knee was
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- fetor
Complete thread -- oropharynx does not reveal any *fee-dor*
Complete thread -- Somewhat emotional concerning this
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Margaret, she was asking fell off or from - she knew it was a golfcart.
Complete thread -- triple fusion
Complete thread -- Staging sounds right
Complete thread -- Staging or, less likely, staining.
Complete thread -- could it be "screening"?
Complete thread -- sorry, I did change has to had when proofing
Complete thread -- and I discussed the results once all the... (discussed doesn't fit (tense) will discuss?)
Complete thread -- listening and still s/l stinging. Wondering if it's more of a procedure but not findings
Complete thread -- Yaz (or something similar) is a type of birth control
Complete thread -- stinging - as in tingling/burning? Don't think that's the word.
Complete thread -- pretty sure the word is stinging but hoping someone can confirm
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Typo - s/b been and not bee
Complete thread -- ? sotalol
Complete thread -- "out of bed to chair"? I have a doc who uses that phrase.
Complete thread -- out of bed and s/l short next day TIA!
Complete thread -- humm, wonder if temova is really Temovate, but no guess, just a thought
Complete thread -- total guess, not like s/l google shows associate symp. of grooving
Complete thread -- likely okay, but I did not open articles & read up, you can tho
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I can't find either Sodalot, temova on drugs.com phonetic/wildcard or google.
Complete thread -- Thought so too but wasn't quite sure.
Complete thread -- bow and cup formation to the *purpura effusion* was then designed
Complete thread -- I "think" quinapril but sharing my list of drugs ending in "pril"g
Complete thread -- back pain and shoulder *shack ger ring*. After
Complete thread -- med s/l Sodalot, temova
Complete thread -- Prilosec, Norvasc, and ______. Her colitis had not bee
Complete thread -- to both!
Complete thread -- No pooling??
Complete thread -- the worst English-speaking dictator I've ever heard . . .
Complete thread -- I would think either fell off a golf cart or fell from a golf cart
Complete thread -- probably correct. SM
Complete thread -- 5 year old fell off froms/l golf cart. Is that right?? ER visit.
Complete thread -- Oops, day late and dollar short. I think that's probably what you're looking for.
Complete thread -- Just found Prezista
Complete thread -- There's Prezista
Complete thread -- There
Complete thread -- no, pretty clear- Pro-Vista! just can't find anything similar enough
Complete thread -- Maybe Provigil??
Complete thread -- HIV positive meds s/l provista?
Complete thread -- Perhaps YAG as in yag laser therapy??
Complete thread -- Am i hearing correctly?
Complete thread -- cyclothymia? (for archives)
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- two-thirds strength.
Complete thread -- nevermind, jumped the gun
Complete thread -- s/l cycle-oh-thigh-me-uh
Complete thread -- with VAC foam
Complete thread -- Adequate seal was obtained on s/l VAC form* thanks for help.
Complete thread -- ? Prinivil
Complete thread -- driving is your #2
Complete thread -- in context of doc's sentence, Ao is needed, "aorta, at its origin" (just beyond aortic val
Complete thread -- 2/3 strength would be a dilution of the formula.
Complete thread -- Cytokine release
Complete thread -- pat with leg pain, on orenica
Complete thread -- I will resume pulmonary care and feeding at *2/3 strength*.
Complete thread -- med s/l prinoquil
Complete thread -- Neurology
Complete thread -- Thank you - that makes more sense. ...
Complete thread -- aqueduct of Sylvius??
Complete thread -- Neurology
Complete thread -- but I still keep running into this sm
Complete thread -- appreciate it :-)
Complete thread -- AO for aortic output
Complete thread -- Cath: Would it be Ao or AO under hemodynamics
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!! ...
Complete thread -- usually they have an awake, drowsy and sleep EEG. I'd say first is "awakening" or "awake"
Complete thread -- EEG on Tuesday reported no epileptiform discharges during normal s/l * ...
Complete thread -- has to be it! Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- evince
Complete thread -- thanks, I believe that fits!
Complete thread -- Neisseria
Complete thread -- looking for an STD (maybe) that s/l nasuria...
Complete thread -- Psych assessment, statement regarding pt.
Complete thread -- Me either. That was classic.
Complete thread -- Me either. That was classic.
Complete thread -- kinetic and task-specific not so common (I have yet to hear those), but yep
Complete thread -- yes, it is. You can tell by either the R or TM placed "after" the product name sm,
Complete thread -- We don't spell out numbers where I work, but yes, that is how I'd do it.
Complete thread -- Common types include resting tremor, postural tremor, kinetic tremor,sm
Complete thread -- She will be in a cast for a four- to six-week time period. Are hyphens correct?
Complete thread -- Ever try OneLook.com, see link
Complete thread -- Me neither. I don't remember at all the vitavetavegamin episode either.
Complete thread -- No but thanks. ...
Complete thread -- I used to love that show, not that I'm old enough to remember it,
Complete thread -- intention?
Complete thread -- However, a week after, the episodes evolved to her head falling back t ...
Complete thread -- Ethel made me do it.
Complete thread -- Lucy, you gotta lot of 'splainin to do.
Complete thread -- Of note, "toric" is not part of the trademarked name, even if it is capped
Complete thread -- Yeah, it is. You obviously have no sense of humor.
Complete thread -- mmhmmm...real funny
Complete thread -- Perhaps because some want to learn why, instead of "just do it"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear "history of seeing "uh" you for a ... "
Complete thread -- I believe it was triameterene and she can't read pt's handwriting.TY
Complete thread -- I guess our theme song for the day has become "Cotton-Eye Jaws".
Complete thread -- Thanks! It seems to fit.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Gotcha! Thanks! : )
Complete thread -- triamterene 37.5 (along with the lisinopril for HYPERTENSION)
Complete thread -- suspect still talking about the Effexor. don't know what is being said.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion! I'll make a note of that one.
Complete thread -- ?carbachol
Complete thread -- drug help
Complete thread -- I wondered about that but wasn't sure if it was used in surgeries.
Complete thread -- Thanks!! I can see the rest of it fits now. Sounded like Greek to me.
Complete thread -- ...with a marking pen. *The carbocall* was injected into the anterior chamber to....
Complete thread -- Yes, power (of) 20, (and) diopters
Complete thread -- Cetaphil?
Complete thread -- haptic
Complete thread -- Yes, Cap it! See LINK
Complete thread -- There is Qvar?
Complete thread -- it is Alcon Toric. Power is 20. diopters is 30.5.
Complete thread -- s/l "see-duh-for"
Complete thread -- medication ocuvar?
Complete thread -- A Maloney hook was used to *dial the trailing captic* into the bag...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Ah, never mind. Stedman's ophth. book showing toric lowercase, as in toric lens.
Complete thread -- Cap it then? I did see this on google, but as I said, sometimes
Complete thread -- wag... tranxene or you could look on drugs.com by class for anxiolytics
Complete thread -- I gave her a page from Wheeless that shows Cotton in a journal article title and
Complete thread -- Well, she DID ask for who it was named for? and all this extra stuff?
Complete thread -- Dislocations and Joint-fractures by Frederic Jay Cotton
Complete thread -- Oh, I can't quite tell -- is there a space after the comma after 20?
Complete thread -- LOL. okay. I love all the God blessin' and then you say something like you just
Complete thread -- I really tried. Cannot get the U4 sound. Sorry. They can be u-shaped but that
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- anxiety drug s/l tri am zine
Complete thread -- Toric is right. AcrySof® IQ Toric IOL (Models SN6AT3, SN6AT4, SN6AT5, collectively referr
Complete thread -- she asks, "any idea...?" and now she wants EVERY thing handed to her?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I don't understand the fuss. If it's verified in an MT's reference, i.e., Stedman's, then
Complete thread -- Would sure be nice if you'd verify that first before telling someone that.
Complete thread -- Are you not provided a database with all the names in it on your account?
Complete thread -- Cotton F: The ankle and foot. In Dislocations and Joint-Fractures. Phi ...
Complete thread -- It is, per Trademark Link, see link below with package also
Complete thread -- Yep, if trademarked, it's correct. :)
Complete thread -- power 20, 30.5 diopters
Complete thread -- thought other guess sounded possible, but you didn't answer her question
Complete thread -- Thanks for verifying!
Complete thread -- Saw it with the trademark next to it and assumed it was correct.
Complete thread -- An Alcon model SN6AT4 *toric* power *twenty thirty point five* diopters was...
Complete thread -- PVD, Thank you. But still don't know first word
Complete thread -- the word ring is included on trademerk site
Complete thread -- Both words are capped.
Complete thread -- If it's trademarked and capped, then yes, type capped.
Complete thread -- I never said anything about being lazy. I'm just wondering why all of a sudden it
Complete thread -- Just 'cause you see it capped on Google does not mean that's correct.
Complete thread -- Posterior Vitreous Detachment (PVD) ??
Complete thread -- I wouldn't cap ring, but that's up to you. :)
Complete thread -- It is called researching and trying to do for yourself in the end. A good way
Complete thread -- I don't get it either, just figure it's PMS and move on. Don't have time sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link. I couldn't have said it better myself. I found Cotton
Complete thread -- Thank you!!! Seeing the Ring capped as well on Google, so will type that way. : )
Complete thread -- This OP has tried. Don't lump her in with lazy posters.
Complete thread -- PNA FISH® employs fluorescent-labeled PNA probes t
Complete thread -- My Stedman's has only one and that's Cotton.
Complete thread -- You know that old saw about give a man a fish and teaching him to fish? Works all
Complete thread -- Malyugin ring :)
Complete thread -- I've Googled and cannot find why it is capitalized either.
Complete thread -- tsk, tsk, tsk. Really???? What a sad state.
Complete thread -- A *male-you-gan rang* was placed in order to facilitate widening of the...
Complete thread -- I understand both Coton and Cotton made Sted's. Pretty logical to try and figure
Complete thread -- I've been looking and can't find who named it, but found good link...
Complete thread -- I do think you have it. Will see what comes back. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is the first thing I try with a blank.
Complete thread -- I found the resident's name by Googling. She is an M.D. Thank you nevertheless.
Complete thread -- If dictated: The resident who performed the procedure is Dr. ______ and my format is
Complete thread -- yeah, I even tried whoenamedit... hate when that happens... lol Thanks.
Complete thread -- Someone gave her the answer, and the answer was also in archives, so if she wants to
Complete thread -- seeing you for a PDD in the left eye previously. is this a consult or letter?
Complete thread -- ___ cannot get the first word. pigment epithelial detachment (PED)
Complete thread -- I saw that too. I also was looking for a person's name (unsuccessfully).
Complete thread -- wav posted. if that helps.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Mine said Coton and I guess that was misspelled per the archives.
Complete thread -- OP is trying to verify!
Complete thread -- apparently in sted ortho-per archives (i dont have one)
Complete thread -- Then Google the test and read!!!!
Complete thread -- Go to the page linked inside, search for cotton, and that should verify
Complete thread -- I found out via a QUICK Google search, which is something you surely can do on your own.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I am simply trying to find out why it is capitalized.
Complete thread -- wth, no, but obviously that means you don't know
Complete thread -- Are you testing or what?
Complete thread -- Well, must be "and." She said in indications...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Geez, you want the helper to give you a history of the word, too?
Complete thread -- s/l euphoria-PDD (sm) (in relation to patient who came in with floaters)
Complete thread -- any idea who it is named after?
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- goggle....good grief.
Complete thread -- Cotton.
Complete thread -- Did you look in archives?
Complete thread -- Findings: A nuclear sclerotic cataract in the posterior subcapsular cataract.
Complete thread -- pathology result -- patient with high grade lymphoma, likely diffuse sm..
Complete thread -- pertaining to ankle fx, btw
Complete thread -- Is cotton test supposed to be capped? I can't really verify, though
Complete thread -- I'll take Lazy over Rude any day - at least I can understand lazy.
Complete thread -- Yes, I hear the obsessive compulsive too.
Complete thread -- It's something disease.
Complete thread -- I easily get blanks like these every day by slowing down the dictation. You should
Complete thread -- obsessive compulsive ???... glaucoma
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. Paranoid was clear on this end. Will flag the blank.
Complete thread -- I can't get blank either, but I DID hear "paranoid" after a couple of listens
Complete thread -- Probably was swallowed by Jaws.
Complete thread -- i don't hear "paranoid" but can't get your blank. sorry
Complete thread -- Includes follicular Hodgkin's lymphoma, paranoid schizophrenia, ______________,
Complete thread -- Easily verified. Yet another Lazy MT not willing to research!
Complete thread -- as in: good for you (!)
Complete thread -- whoops. thread confusion. my bad.
Complete thread -- No, I was replying on the "gfy" above. I'm a little more mature than to tell someone that
Complete thread -- galea
Complete thread -- Yeah, I've been wrong before. Don't take it so personal. Just learn and move on.
Complete thread -- head injury close to the "galia" ...
Complete thread -- yes thanks
Complete thread -- I think it's rim relistening.
Complete thread -- rim?
Complete thread -- bloom
Complete thread -- gfy? And that is mature?
Complete thread -- Heard the expression room??
Complete thread -- oh wow, gfy. How juvenile.
Complete thread -- you R prob correct, found this: exudative retinal detachment with sm
Complete thread -- gfy
Complete thread -- Yes, bilaterally (RIGHT AND LEFT) to the jaws (upper and lower). How easy
Complete thread -- I know. I know. I put your. YOU ARE .. so sorry.
Complete thread -- your pathetic. To her upper and lower jaw (S) bilaterally (right and left) Did
Complete thread -- good grief yourself!
Complete thread -- sorry darlene, this was directed to "good grief", not you - posted in wrong
Complete thread -- particularly since this was already posted 30 minutes ago by sm poster,
Complete thread -- Never mind. That's got to be it.
Complete thread -- Yes it is necessary. We do not have a right and a left jaw. We have an upper and lower
Complete thread -- "Good grief" post not kind or necessary now is it?
Complete thread -- Eye. s/l x-zoo-a-tive. That's how it says it. Please SM.
Complete thread -- Upper and lower, not right and left.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- ?SBK = SPK?
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you! I learned something new today! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- sorry, link did not post correctly.
Complete thread -- both eyes
Complete thread -- mild SBK *O U*
Complete thread -- jaw-either of two complex cartilaginous or bony structures in
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- family _____ chiefly to discuss (but i'm not sure there is a word missing there)
Complete thread -- listen for reduction cautery
Complete thread -- jaws is fine
Complete thread -- radiates both to her back and her (s/l jaws) bilaterally. Don't we only have 1 jaw?
Complete thread -- oto
Complete thread -- patient's family and ______ to discuss followup care at the partial hospital program
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "it was discussed with the PHO"??
Complete thread -- not spaces, these black dots are directly below the words
Complete thread -- consent and the patient states as to who the guardian is. ________ about the proper
Complete thread -- actually - don't need to post mp3, it was venous map - thanks!
Complete thread -- sorry, do believe it's inFEROtemporal
Complete thread -- begun may be wrong...I'll post an mp3.
Complete thread -- I hear it now. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- You're probably right...I'll post an mp3.
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- infratemporal arcade
Complete thread -- you realize that it is (probably) MiniArc and not Monarc, don't you?
Complete thread -- Eye. Atrophic changes in the retinal arterioles along the infratemporal s/l cave
Complete thread -- ...that's from the initial "p" in preoperatively
Complete thread -- venous map - to map out the veins (questioning word begun?)
Complete thread -- Thanks all...flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't post audio.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- stumbles over Seldinger technique
Complete thread -- maybe...i keep hearing a P sound.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, ______ technique...s/m
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- MAC? (monitored anesthesia care)
Complete thread -- My last thought - I looked up ICD 9 codes.
Complete thread -- s/l mep or map??? s/m
Complete thread -- can you post a wav maybe to determine is device or med sm
Complete thread -- paragraph marks
Complete thread -- ?? how do you know who this is??
Complete thread -- MiniArc
Complete thread -- a note...
Complete thread -- Graph! I've lost my mind! And, that's for the assistance re: Enbrel.
Complete thread -- Monarc sling???
Complete thread -- s/l OPERATION: *mini awk* sling.
Complete thread -- Oops, I know that. Not sure why that came out!
Complete thread -- I'd say "for Enbrel"
Complete thread -- Word technical question
Complete thread -- who is living through the tragedy
Complete thread -- ? air pumps
Complete thread -- Maybe A pumps
Complete thread -- ...the use of tumor necrosis factor or Enbrel
Complete thread -- graft (not graph)
Complete thread -- s/l apums for DVT prophylaxis TIA!
Complete thread -- This sentence is not making sense. Pretty clear, tho.
Complete thread -- nm, blanking it
Complete thread -- Usually they say tunnels (if this is a vaginal mesh), but channels would make sense, if
Complete thread -- Allis clamps (not Alice)
Complete thread -- btw, Allis clamps
Complete thread -- is this a vaginal mesh insertion?
Complete thread -- vaginal mucosa and the *channels* were created with a gentle push and spread techniqu
Complete thread -- he stumbles, but he is saying "who are living through the tragedy
Complete thread -- Profoundly elevated BNP and subsequently... myxdehydration
Complete thread -- will live through the tragedy??
Complete thread -- s/l he says "live into the tragedy" doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- dp is not me. Have no idea who it might be, but not me.
Complete thread -- And I love how she's using "dp" as her name and referring to oaompp in her posts, as if it
Complete thread -- Really, Dana. Give it up!
Complete thread -- Also, if you Google your exact phrase, you will see lots of hits w/ commas.
Complete thread -- Or this. Sorry
Complete thread -- I'm thinking a runon sentence (common) merely going on to next med. sm example
Complete thread -- see links?
Complete thread -- they specialize in giving US those headaches. :D
Complete thread -- You can debate that point with these doctors who say different.
Complete thread -- Thanks! That is one big word. I am going to check with QA just to see how the doc would
Complete thread -- frontotemporoparietooccipital (FTPO)
Complete thread -- Need comma help or no commas?
Complete thread -- but, ______ lymphocytes or myelocytes
Complete thread -- Only thing I see in Stedman's Equipment is "tensioner" ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- regarding total knee arthroplasty, thanks!!
Complete thread -- maybe "then scored"
Complete thread -- maybe SR
Complete thread -- medication s/l nasal capsules
Complete thread -- neutrophils, but _______ There were no toxic granulations
Complete thread -- any more of this?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- The fascia was *head scored* with the Bovie
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- another wav please help
Complete thread -- I guess there is also UPP (uvulopalatoplasty)
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP) ?
Complete thread -- s/l UPV
Complete thread -- I forgot the S
Complete thread -- I forgot the S
Complete thread -- see link to Yellofins.
Complete thread -- Yellofin
Complete thread -- Actually, I had looked in Current Medical Terminology (Vera Pyle's) and found Chiari I
Complete thread -- on the bed with *yellow fin* stirrups in lithotomy position
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- subcuticular
Complete thread -- The ____ tissues were closed with a running
Complete thread -- cold at times _____. She does acknowledge having high blood pressure
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd listen for "dementia" in there some way or another.
Complete thread -- Under PMH I would take out Her past medical history as it is
Complete thread -- transcriber please insert into the HPI
Complete thread -- and cardiac stent placement, _____ as per HPI, and she is statu post pacemaker
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- She will spend her summer at Lake Tahoe?
Complete thread -- Will spend the summer at Lake Tahoe.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Possibly. Hard to tell without context.
Complete thread -- Known fact that steroids can cause anxiety. s/l patient has a history
Complete thread -- does that make sense? He says it clearly
Complete thread -- problem is that he does not seem to be pausing, how you have the commas
Complete thread -- the patient does have significant decline in cognitive functioning from
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- How should I type this?
Complete thread -- I could kiss you!
Complete thread -- Ahh, so you were only googling. Why didn't you say so in the first place?
Complete thread -- yep! just coming back to say he said it again. I am so glad because I just could not
Complete thread -- laryngectomy
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- so, like...
Complete thread -- of note...
Complete thread -- they are two different words - not spelling preferences
Complete thread -- here's the deal...
Complete thread -- tip for the future
Complete thread -- I left out "on" in between she and antihypertensive (in case anyone was going to QA me)
Complete thread -- estrogen
Complete thread -- Lol, it was just starting to come to me (was thinking of serotonin) when this popped up
Complete thread -- That's axilla
Complete thread -- serotonergic
Complete thread -- s/l "certeranergic" and dopaminergic drugs; "certeranergic" component of Effexor
Complete thread -- actually, I usually hear it on pelvic ultrasounds.
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- I do that all the time. lol
Complete thread -- oh, thank you! his accent is so freakin' thick that I just could not get past it.
Complete thread -- Thanks Lo
Complete thread -- I think it's DDAVP?
Complete thread -- FWIW, I have always gone with Roman numerals.
Complete thread -- Both ways where? Like in different Stedman's or other resource?
Complete thread -- bleeding was controlled with s/l DDFAP or GGFAP or DGFAP or GDFAP
Complete thread -- additional
Complete thread -- Are types of Arnold-Chiari malformation Roman numerals or not? I see
Complete thread -- Finally, it was wrapped with s/lconditional Ace wrap. tx
Complete thread -- Yes, TY. I did find it.
Complete thread -- He has longstanding cyst, s/l iodated with sugar? (given in history)
Complete thread -- preterm premature rupture of membranes
Complete thread -- PPROM
Complete thread -- The patient has a history of *peprom* and preterm delivery. ...
Complete thread -- Never mind. He's drawing out the word laparoscopic. mediastinal laparoscop pick' assess
Complete thread -- mediastinal laparoscopic (actually s/l laparoscoTic) s/l fake or fick assessment
Complete thread -- a little higher, you usually hear adnexa on a breast exam (under the arm)
Complete thread -- Yes :) Thanks ...
Complete thread -- Thank you. So I'm hoping "significant decrease in the abdominal and chest belts" makes
Complete thread -- as soon as he's touched?
Complete thread -- Examination revealed a healthy boy. Head, neck, chest, and abdomen ar ...
Complete thread -- Chest and abdominal belts are used to measure respiratory effort
Complete thread -- could it be abdominal wall and chest something? just wag
Complete thread -- I'll listen for your suggestion. Thanks a bunch for helping!
Complete thread -- significant decrease in the s/l "abdominal on chest belts," indicating
Complete thread -- ?VRE
Complete thread -- Thanks for your confirmation.
Complete thread -- I guess I think of adnexal in the pelvis. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Duration of the "ree-oh bacteremia" was unknown.
Complete thread -- answered above, tizanidine muscle relaxant, prescribed by many pain docs
Complete thread -- how about tizanidine - muscle relaxant given by many pain specialists.
Complete thread -- you may have had many helps, but without a diagnosis, dosage, or any context, how accurate
Complete thread -- no problem-o on this end.
Complete thread -- yep, its adenocarcinoma, i hear it as plain as day.
Complete thread -- adnexal makes sense, and I'm sure if its big enough it'd be seen on CT
Complete thread -- retroflex view ...
Complete thread -- That is what I brought it up for! To check against what it sounded like and be aware of
Complete thread -- she said it three times, what I hear as endo - but I also think it must
Complete thread -- patient had CT scan of chest, history of lung cancer. s/l adnexal (very clear)
Complete thread -- adenocarcinoma?
Complete thread -- ....here for results of a CT of the chest, with and without contrast, which was done
Complete thread -- you referred to yourself before as lowly MT, telling on yourself again
Complete thread -- anyone else having problems with this site loading lately?
Complete thread -- I have had many helps with meds in past...hoping a helper knows what it is
Complete thread -- nevermind, my post wasn't showing even after re-load, so ignore this :)
Complete thread -- list of meds... med s/l ten-az-uh-veen no dose given
Complete thread -- best to flag that, then, with no doses. no guessing on meds.
Complete thread -- What is wrong is someone who tells somebody something in error and then when
Complete thread -- only hx is Radiculopathy from nerve root compression in his L4-L5 region.
Complete thread -- only hx is Radiculopathy from nerve root compression in his L4-L5 region.
Complete thread -- only hx is Radiculopathy from nerve root compression in his L4-L5 region.
Complete thread -- just med list, no doses... s/l ten-az-uh-veen
Complete thread -- jealous and unkind, what is wrong with people nowdays.
Complete thread -- that'd be "intertrochanteric" in Stedman's.
Complete thread -- and yet, the "other one" fracture of the proximal femur located in the metaphyseal bone
Complete thread -- From Stedman's also: peritrochanteric - Around a trochanter.
Complete thread -- how does one know she's a CMT?
Complete thread -- how does one know she's a CMT?
Complete thread -- With you being my example, I am afraid if I become a CMT then I, too, will come here on a
Complete thread -- Why and spend all that money. It obviously hasn't helped you yet.
Complete thread -- Oh puhleeze. Don't start that crap. I worked Ortho before you guys probably even hit a
Complete thread -- You can be a CMT too. Just take the test.
Complete thread -- But you likely didn't even know there was a pertrochanteric fracture before oaompp posted
Complete thread -- She's a CMT. She knows more than us lowly regular MTs.
Complete thread -- no, no, no, no, no, no. IT is not a preferred spelling. it is an entirely DIFFERENT
Complete thread -- PERtrochanteric fracture is DIFFERENT from PERItrochanteric. You did atg
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Agree! OP did NOT ask that, but you butted in there to, in your opinion, correct her.
Complete thread -- Well, this has been fun. I am off so you can quit yelling at me :)
Complete thread -- Just because Google asks that does NOT mean that's the way it is!
Complete thread -- No, you aren't hoping she would realize there are "2 ways to spell it." You pointed out
Complete thread -- Not backtracking at all. Recommended spelling is per.
Complete thread -- Wow, unbelievable correction for a CMT. - nm ???
Complete thread -- Not 2 ways to spell 'it'. They are 2 separate areas.
Complete thread -- You never said that to begin with. You said peri is per. Backtracking now.
Complete thread -- after these posters who jump to conclusions starts getting them second-guessing themselves
Complete thread -- She never questioned that in the freaking first place. Geeze. The DOCTOR knows
Complete thread -- That is quite often hard to determine, by most posts on this site, lol.
Complete thread -- No need to holler now. She should listen and see if she can hear the i or not.
Complete thread -- That is what I brought it up for! To check against what it sounded like and be aware of
Complete thread -- it don't matter what is preferred. it is what he SAID
Complete thread -- That makes sense.
Complete thread -- She needs to PUT WHAT THE DOCTOR SAID.
Complete thread -- One is around the trochanter, that is peri. One is through and that is per
Complete thread -- Lots of hits on Bing for "pertrochanteric fracture"
Complete thread -- From Stedmans -
Complete thread -- Google peritrochanteric - it will ask if you mean pertrochanteric
Complete thread -- And while you might find it - it is not the preferred spelling.
Complete thread -- My Stedman's Ortho does have "pertrochanteric fracture" listed separately, but under the
Complete thread -- Ok, ok, what I was hoping she would do is realize there are 2 ways to spell it and to
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Wow, unbelievable correction for a CMT.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- just "With" should be capitalized. (you wouldn't cap both Yours Sincerely,)
Complete thread -- capitalization question...sm
Complete thread -- The zip is probably right as it is for Buffalo, and Cheektowaga is a suburb of Buf
Complete thread -- Thanks, barbv and BB! Learned some new things today, but I have
Complete thread -- ...and link for cities ending with A in New York.
Complete thread -- correct. Meaning and definition. ... peritrochanteric. Around a trochanter. Go with
Complete thread -- see link for nearby zip codes...
Complete thread -- I sure would not.
Complete thread -- I beg to differ on your corrected spelling. I can verify peritrochanteric in Stedman's.
Complete thread -- Cheektowaga (near Buffalo)
Complete thread -- thank you strikingly obvious now!
Complete thread -- Doc says pt comes from *chit-too-ah-gua,* New York. I've looked up
Complete thread -- Depends on account specs. Mine would expand - note spelling on peri is per
Complete thread -- She has inter slash peritrochanteric fracture of femur. Would you leave just inter?
Complete thread -- I was thinking rehabilitation also, but didn't post since OP flagged - and you're right it
Complete thread -- neither word really makes sense. pulmonary rehab makes sense (like cardiac rehab)
Complete thread -- never mind I'm going to flag
Complete thread -- sm pls, can't tell if respiration/restoration or ??
Complete thread -- you are awesome! Yes, not cause to, he was saying constipation, duh, thatnk you!!
Complete thread -- predisposition to forming?
Complete thread -- ?cause to paysh in s/l constipation
Complete thread -- sphincter control and possible cause to (s/l paysh) in the setting of Parkinson's
Complete thread -- s/l previous position deforming blood clot
Complete thread -- and we "definitely" hear the wrong thing
Complete thread -- Xolamol - dorzolamide, timolol ? maybe he's tongue-tied?
Complete thread -- ?abbreving Dorzolamide/Timolol eye drops? (glaucoma)
Complete thread -- And here's the doctor.... sm
Complete thread -- Robert Bonwetsch, M.D. is a neurologist in Danbury Hospital
Complete thread -- Danbury is in CT. :-)
Complete thread -- I definitely hear the G sound. later on he says it is actually in Conneticut.
Complete thread -- Wonder if he had 2 white stones in the left?
Complete thread -- The doctor spells "oozolitimol eyedrops". Can't find this anywhere. Any ideas? TIA.nm
Complete thread -- Danbury?
Complete thread -- s/l ganbury hospital in New York. only other information I have
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- agree with staghorn
Complete thread -- how can you have two right stones in the left ureter?
Complete thread -- and since the patient IS symptomatic and experiencing fever ..
Complete thread -- and had been operated on in Haiti, or had an operation in Haiti, or something, but
Complete thread -- the entire first phrase is not a sentence
Complete thread -- staghorn? Not sure if they would be in ureter though. You can check.
Complete thread -- s/l Stockholm stones
Complete thread -- Got it. It is knitting. Thanks for your help! :)
Complete thread -- maybe he was stuttering on the 'p' in parkinsonism
Complete thread -- good point! lol
Complete thread -- Thanks, helpers!
Complete thread -- Ah, just found anterocollis on google hits though hard to document in dictionary (?)
Complete thread -- that would make sense.
Complete thread -- see message and link
Complete thread -- oh, ignore that - on 4 hypertensive medications? Unsure. Wait for someone else.
Complete thread -- referred for?
Complete thread -- ?archives show anterocollis
Complete thread -- Well, still hearing "pre symmetric" parkinsonism. Sigh. Flagging pre.
Complete thread -- hypertension _____ for hypertension medications
Complete thread -- Geez, just said in assessment clear as day: ...has symmetric parkinsonism.
Complete thread -- Thanks for all suggestions! Going back to relisten and research!
Complete thread -- He had marked *an-ternal collis* on walking as well. Terrible ESL, but I'm
Complete thread -- presynaptic (gets 2000+ Google hits)
Complete thread -- pure guess s/l instead of pre symmetric may be pre Sinemet. sm
Complete thread -- presymptomatic parkinsonism? WAG
Complete thread -- That makes sense, and he clearly says skip. Ok! any idea on niddy?
Complete thread -- Maybe referring to skipping, which would be more complex balance task??
Complete thread -- He has *pre symmetric* parkinsonism and subtle action tremors of the hands.
Complete thread -- SM - the parentheses are dictated, i.e., complex parenthesis [s/l] skip end parenthes
Complete thread -- ...or even "some cortisone injections"
Complete thread -- it's really clear, so I will leave it. A bit odd tho. thank you both
Complete thread -- Can you hear it clearly? If you can, would not change it. Sort of depends on account
Complete thread -- Agree. The only place I have seen VR come into its own is on my poor lady that has speech
Complete thread -- neuropathy?
Complete thread -- med student dictating, plse sm
Complete thread -- "hindrance" is a nice way of putting it.
Complete thread -- but it's a breech
Complete thread -- consider: some epidural injections
Complete thread -- Yes, that sounds right.. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- note comma
Complete thread -- which cortex would that be?
Complete thread -- relisten to: "of severe paranoid"
Complete thread -- Oh, this is so good! Once a person gets the VR (pauses and respect) out of their head,
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestion! I relistened and she's either mangling that or saying something
Complete thread -- IMO sm
Complete thread -- might be filiform
Complete thread -- colloids?
Complete thread -- Tongue biopsy: Pathology consistent with *bilia-form* squamous papilloma. I've tried
Complete thread -- This is what I think it should be.
Complete thread -- Wav file. I am all over on this one. I think false positive is correct and possibly
Complete thread -- 50 mg p.r.n. palpitations???
Complete thread -- Actually it could be explore when I relisten. Thanks.
Complete thread -- could he be saying "explo" short for exploration
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Metoprolol 50 mg p.o. *in palpitations*, clonazepam p.r.n. and Zoloft.
Complete thread -- although protein (s/l collards) are minimally elevated
Complete thread -- ahhh thanks so much
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- What he means and what you hear may be 2 different things. We can't guess what he "means"
Complete thread -- found this sm & link
Complete thread -- s/l ex-flow??
Complete thread -- I have found a bolster pillow used in physical therapy.
Complete thread -- WAV file, questioning bolster and flanges? Perhaps booster?
Complete thread -- A helper above gave you a good suggestion. Listen for subcortical.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- is he spelling N-I-O-X or saying nigh-ox?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help. I'm sorry that I have so little info on this patient.
Complete thread -- culminated
Complete thread -- some kind of injections
Complete thread -- The doc does not say where the pain is.
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- Bet you are right - I think he just elongated the "e" sound. Thanks.
Complete thread -- BE-barium enema?
Complete thread -- yes it is. first word after the heading just as I put it.
Complete thread -- sounds like "VEE" or "BEE"
Complete thread -- is your s/l right after the word "review"?
Complete thread -- wondering that myself
Complete thread -- I agree - probably back pain - but there is room for doubt.
Complete thread -- above posted as heliodermatitis.
Complete thread -- Pulmo... CHART REVIEW: S/L NIOX today of 7. spirometry is FEV1 ...
Complete thread -- I wouldn't change to subcutaneous, because might be a specific medication or location
Complete thread -- subcortical injection if he is going to pain management, no doubt back pain
Complete thread -- really trying to help but feel like I am pulling teeth. Where is the pain?
Complete thread -- Chronic heliodermatitis: a morphologic evaluation of chronic actinic d ...
Complete thread -- Did you see the reply from "lb"? He's probably saying it backwards, Fast Genta
Complete thread -- The patient has schizophrenia. See msg.
Complete thread -- anemia is related to other factors including ________. He was referred for
Complete thread -- need more info...exact sentence. Surrounding context.
Complete thread -- subcutal injections? He sounds like he is saying subcottal. I don't find that word
Complete thread -- goodness Lilly, hope you return to note for "next time" dictation
Complete thread -- Never mind, got it. ...
Complete thread -- the heading on a death format
Complete thread -- go to exac . com
Complete thread -- I usually hear gentamicin-impregnated methylmethacrylate
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- my first thought as well, but not really like the s/l given.
Complete thread -- Cemex system s/l "gentifast" polymethylmethacrylate
Complete thread -- Her reports are the one area that VR is helpful!
Complete thread -- Ah, thanks.
Complete thread -- increased edema
Complete thread -- wav file, different report, same dictator. Knee pain.
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Checked the nose for chemical inhalation.
Complete thread -- babies are usually born LOA (left occiput anterior)
Complete thread -- reports no eye irritation. s/l nose is midline. Throat itself, clear, maybe a little
Complete thread -- I think it is concerns. Pretty sure. She had it in an old report.
Complete thread -- I hear a P word with "or" so I was thinking paresthesias but I don't hear that
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I got it! From an old report. I have saved them all. Concerns.
Complete thread -- questions? This is closer.
Complete thread -- Awesome!! Glad to help:))
Complete thread -- persistence of discomfort?
Complete thread -- In this area, she usually says problems, pain, or edema. Cannot hear any of that.
Complete thread -- Better guess than mine. Bet that is it.
Complete thread -- I think she probably has a hearing deficit.
Complete thread -- I am guessing some sort of speech impediment.
Complete thread -- WTH is wrong with that dictator? Sounds drugged
Complete thread -- WAV file. I keep thinking I can make a word out of this.
Complete thread -- I'd put audible
Complete thread -- bowel sounds are s/l orbital. Can't really hear audible. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Tentorial it is. thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Brain. Patient after aneurysm clipping. I will listen again.
Complete thread -- is it tentorial? what part of body?
Complete thread -- forgot to put s/l. s/l fintorial
Complete thread -- Her postoperative CT scan looks good with the exception of some ____ blood in the pos
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l atherosclerotic disease. (don't hear rectal bleed, but you prob know presenting comp)
Complete thread -- sacroanterior (all one word, I think)
Complete thread -- does have history of _________ disease, heart
Complete thread -- left *sequal* anterior uncomplicated
Complete thread -- ugh, thanks
Complete thread -- stupor? stuporous?
Complete thread -- stupor?
Complete thread -- the patient is in a *struper* state
Complete thread -- She had hidradenitis on the previous post, too late to listen for it now.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- She has a cafe' au lait spot on her abdominal wall and a larger one..
Complete thread -- could it be Vicodin?
Complete thread -- Sounds to me like 525 or 575 - 500?
Complete thread -- She has ________ put on her abdominal wound and larger one on her back.
Complete thread -- No, I didn't google it being used everyday.... sorry. That was my question. Didn't know
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I would think some form of dermatitis, I see what may be a link between
Complete thread -- MP3 file, discharge medications for CHF, Afib, heart disease, kidney disease, anemia,
Complete thread -- s/l heat or dermatitis - but that makes no sense.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- correct spelling
Complete thread -- Not sure what the question is. Rowasa can be used for IBD every other day. Did you
Complete thread -- other factors including _______.
Complete thread -- thanks... will try it
Complete thread -- He was no Asacol 1200 mg three times a day and *rowasa* every other day.
Complete thread -- hidradenitis?
Complete thread -- hidroadenitis ?
Complete thread -- Now pacer dependent (maybe?)
Complete thread -- s/l he drow dermatitis
Complete thread -- does have history of *toast order* disease
Complete thread -- another wav please help
Complete thread -- I would think preoperatively as they usually stop Coumadin for surgery, bridge with
Complete thread -- The only thing I can think of would be maybe a note for work.
Complete thread -- I think it would be perioperative (before, during, and after).
Complete thread -- would that be perioperative or preoperative
Complete thread -- state is PA
Complete thread -- got the second one finally.. sensitivity to medication he said
Complete thread -- 53-year-old gentleman. Here is context
Complete thread -- I've never heard it like this before either; he's just saying "three two"
Complete thread -- Definitely neither of those. Either correcting from 3 to 2 or is adding the numbers
Complete thread -- lol.. thanks for the help
Complete thread -- Kind of hard for us to answer that without any context, don't you think?
Complete thread -- sorry for the messed up sentence structure/punctuation. LOL
Complete thread -- GCS *three two*. Is that 3/2, 3.2, or something else?
Complete thread -- He continues to live most of his time in Idaho.
Complete thread -- just one more question
Complete thread -- Thanks to all!!
Complete thread -- another wav please help
Complete thread -- it's a common English expression. It means to walk at his own
Complete thread -- talking about walking at his own pace?
Complete thread -- I gave him a note to walk at "own pace" for two more months
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- HIV, none detectable. Testosterone fair at 376.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- SKIN:
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think pedunculated is the correct spelling, but can't answer on the
Complete thread -- the something before is "next number"
Complete thread -- congested/injected? (I think correcting to injected)
Complete thread -- injected
Complete thread -- maybe "myoclonic jerks," but there is something before that, can't get it
Complete thread -- HEENT: The patient’s eyes are a bit _________, mucous membranes are m ...
Complete thread -- 6. History of urinary retention. 7. _________ pulling jerks. ...
Complete thread -- 5-mm (s/l subpunduculated) polyps situated, in the proximal sigmoid,
Complete thread -- That certainly does make more sense! Don't have report though.
Complete thread -- sobbed?
Complete thread -- He says some weird things, but this is one of the weirdest I've heard him say.
Complete thread -- cheery maybe, soft no...
Complete thread -- The patient was often cheery and sometimes soft at the nursing home.
Complete thread -- I thought I had definitely ruled out finasteride, but don't know what else it could be.
Complete thread -- Peripheral neuropathy can be an indication for thiamine.
Complete thread -- finasteride. no clue for #2, see no indication for thiamine either.
Complete thread -- He just said in the plan, "This patient was thought to have the first seizure ever," so I
Complete thread -- sue nazeride and eye mean
Complete thread -- Integument
Complete thread -- He came in this morning with seizure disorder, thought to be s/l "for seizure ever"
Complete thread -- newborn exam. She gives HEENT findings, mentioning that the face was mildly
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- OB labs have been within normal limits and her
Complete thread -- HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: The patient has had an uncomplicated pren ...
Complete thread -- yes, it was a medication. had to send it to Q
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- it isn't physicians - positions
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Is this right?
Complete thread -- I thought that too at first, but it really could go either way. I'd go with what was
Complete thread -- That's what he's saying.
Complete thread -- ? acebutolol
Complete thread -- Too bad no one below even noticed the 500/500 which isn't correct no matter
Complete thread -- it was non-ST-elevation myocardial infarction, like the poster below suggested.
Complete thread -- s/l assa bulol 100 mg twice a day
Complete thread -- sorry, then, I can't come up with a thing. I wish...in my dreams...that doctors
Complete thread -- You don't need "and" with the semicolon; the semicolon ties it all together. If it's
Complete thread -- I know exactly as much as you do about the patient - nothing.
Complete thread -- I think you are exactly right!
Complete thread -- or else it could be: ; and, therefore....
Complete thread -- with the "and" in there, doesn't really need the semicolon.
Complete thread -- did the patient come in with chest pain or anything? how about a lil more info?
Complete thread -- Maybe slurring non stemi real bad?
Complete thread -- Please add to discharge diagnosis of "lan stummy"
Complete thread -- in the dictation process; therefore,
Complete thread -- well, actually, you are never "in the hospital" for dyslipidemia. it is just a diagnosis.
Complete thread -- Looks right to me.
Complete thread -- please help me ...
Complete thread -- The word preceding your questionable word sometimes is a clue as to the initial letter
Complete thread -- never mind. I sent a blank.
Complete thread -- if she feels the situation deteriorates
Complete thread -- Me 2. perfectly fine.
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- mispronouncing antecedent?
Complete thread -- I wish....but it really sounds like it starts with an 'n.'
Complete thread -- I think that just might be it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- at one point?
Complete thread -- Reminiscent?
Complete thread -- Uh, don't think so. My first post shows a time stamp of 11:39. I wasn't even working
Complete thread -- Psych note help, please.
Complete thread -- I'm sure this is easier than I am making it!
Complete thread -- well, it helped me isolate the rest :)
Complete thread -- No, I commented on where you said it was usually first, since I've never
Complete thread -- whew. I was way off other than the estimated....
Complete thread -- Either is perfectly acceptable, the choice is a preference, not a right or wrong.
Complete thread -- And I also indicated in the initial post that I thought the 500 was always given last
Complete thread -- ERA info --sm
Complete thread -- inhaled iloprost, a prostacyclin analog
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening/suggestion.
Complete thread -- puljonary hypertension
Complete thread -- there is no "man flu"
Complete thread -- I agree with a period for the same reason. don't wanna lump her marriage in with illness.
Complete thread -- I don't hear any of that
Complete thread -- estimated RVSP - thanks
Complete thread -- FDA also uses a semicolon instead of a slash, lol.
Complete thread -- agree with your punctuation
Complete thread -- with an estimated diameter of (51 sounds too big) but sounds like 51.
Complete thread -- Not according to Drugs@FDA. I checked my Drake/Drake but that V page is missing. lol
Complete thread -- I've never heard that term either - but I think my husband has had it!
Complete thread -- Thank you! you are probably right! That would make sense!
Complete thread -- Looking in archives here, the "500" always comes last.
Complete thread -- I would use a period instead of semicolon because the thoughts are not sm
Complete thread -- not like your s/l but going by the "ending"= ? scybalous sm
Complete thread -- Found it... "protrusio".
Complete thread -- Total hip. D: The acetabulum had slight s/l "betruzio". The curette was used to
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- caution - I just played the mp3 and it came across loud on my system
Complete thread -- otherwise correctly punctuated?
Complete thread -- note: patient does have pulmonary hypertension.
Complete thread -- nitrofurantoin
Complete thread -- Actually, I'm finding the acetaminophen is usually first, so 500/___ mg. Never mind.
Complete thread -- s/l nitrofuron tank
Complete thread -- I know I have to send a blank. Says a prescription for Vicodin 500 dash 500 mg.
Complete thread -- I did and thought that was the weirdest thing I have heard and wanted to see if anyone
Complete thread -- google it
Complete thread -- (s/l man) flu?
Complete thread -- LIF pain and hard (s/l paratulous) stools
Complete thread -- Thanks. I hate being away from ops for a long period of time and going back to them.
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- I think it's mobilization. Agree???
Complete thread -- mobilization or immobilization? can't remember!
Complete thread -- I had to flag, but thank you! I posted too late. Will let you all know if I hear back!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- depression
Complete thread -- WAG but could it be "Lyme host"
Complete thread -- actually it is an x-ray film.
Complete thread -- no, you're right and I agree that's often the case - just not this one!
Complete thread -- ...2. Lyme disease. 3. "Immost" bacteremia. 4. Right labial mass.
Complete thread -- I heard burning, but it obviously made no sense.
Complete thread -- MRI knee. There is a s/l scalloped impression or is it depression of the medial
Complete thread -- Can you slow the voice down?
Complete thread -- No idea. s/l it starts with B
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I just can't get it.
Complete thread -- Not in this case but a lot of times you can miss clearly dictated stuff. I have one ESL
Complete thread -- Neck/Back, soft, nontender. or supple, nontender. ?
Complete thread -- farm or ____ store, etc.
Complete thread -- one doctor? One was initially treating and then something happens subsequently? He
Complete thread -- working on a farm or _____, etc.
Complete thread -- subsequently?
Complete thread -- it wasn't very clear at all until somebody got it - then we could hear it
Complete thread -- Neck: *back pollus* nontender.
Complete thread -- The patient initially treated by Dr. M *subthecally* to cover the case.
Complete thread -- she sure should
Complete thread -- I think we have so many problems with ESLs because we don't relax and just listen. We
Complete thread -- Worked in a packing company packing sweet potatoes. No history of
Complete thread -- must. Opened it in another program with better sound and could slow it way down. Thanks
Complete thread -- plus or must
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- absolutely right, i do have a good set of ears and that is
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- Way to go "what I hear." You've got a good set of ears and aren't influenced by
Complete thread -- Dose does not fit cephalexin, that is 500 mg.
Complete thread -- I agree with such as well.
Complete thread -- I do also, after the poster above suggested it.
Complete thread -- I hear "has made such threats."
Complete thread -- "such" might be it (not *-cide) - I do not hear "sue" sound to support "suicide"
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- "such" threats
Complete thread -- Mine was - He will call next week.
Complete thread -- AP??
Complete thread -- as the patient has made suicide threats, one to one support
Complete thread -- In the past, the patient has made suicide threats? That makes sense for the one to one?
Complete thread -- matricide? (do you know if she threatened to kill her mother?)
Complete thread -- In the past has made _____ threats
Complete thread -- thank you both... I will relisten.. thanks again
Complete thread -- I wonder if it is not 'he will go up on it next week?'
Complete thread -- I would listen for dissection over division. Division just sounded more like yours.
Complete thread -- A dissection is a split but not much like your s/l
Complete thread -- wav file. I question the little words I put in here. I left them out to not confuse.
Complete thread -- division?
Complete thread -- I can hear it very clearly now. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- 5 mg dose fits cephalexin?
Complete thread -- planned
Complete thread -- An SSRI may be useful in treating. . #2 - I think it's Celexa
Complete thread -- s/l dis-vision... see sentence
Complete thread -- Male with urinary retention. I cancelled his s/l flans cystoscopic examination
Complete thread -- forgot to add, wait for others to listen too
Complete thread -- welll, not a psych drug, but I hear cephalexin (for infection) dose fits
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- I think effected in this case. Cervical rotation causes the pain to occur.
Complete thread -- affected
Complete thread -- INVESTIGATIONS: s/l HCH and frog leg lateral views of the right hip were
Complete thread -- I think either one could be correct. See inside for my reasoning...
Complete thread -- affected
Complete thread -- affect versus effect...sm
Complete thread -- thank you!! - nm
Complete thread -- It must be about the sublimis tendons, but I don't know to
Complete thread -- sublimate? (sublime tubercle)
Complete thread -- s/l sub blim ite? He says it three times! Help...thanks in advanced
Complete thread -- nope
Complete thread -- ... ellipses... that is not what means for the love of g-d
Complete thread -- thanks for returning to share
Complete thread -- can't think of a drug with that s/l Link with drugs used during CPR
Complete thread -- This same s/l was asked yesterday...
Complete thread -- I just got this back from QA. They put "pericardial." That's what I thought it would be
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Makes perfect sense to me. I have about 3 docs who say it all the time.
Complete thread -- hydrocodone (w/o the r Darlene)
Complete thread -- 0.5%; however, this question was asked not too long ago.
Complete thread -- 0.5%; however, this question was asked not too long ago.
Complete thread -- neurotomes or "dermatomes"
Complete thread -- ...high incidence of complication...
Complete thread -- pericolic?
Complete thread -- I'm sure the same. They're not going to change something like that. That's always been
Complete thread -- Question of colonoscopy and stenting _______. Because his
Complete thread -- hematologic origin or of *thermero* origin.
Complete thread -- covering the C6 to T2 *one two* neurotomes.
Complete thread -- s/l peep oh site, but he has a terrible speech impediment
Complete thread -- Not sure what you're asking. 0.5%, 0.50%, 0.500%, 0.5000% are all
Complete thread -- does anybody know what BOS-3 says?
Complete thread -- but is it correct????
Complete thread -- No need to add that extra 0 unless you just want to pad the account.
Complete thread -- If you go by AAMT BOS, version 2 says to use the hyphen for intervertebral
Complete thread -- is C6/C7 correct or must it be C6-C7
Complete thread -- whoops, I meant 0.5% versus 0.50%
Complete thread -- what is the correct way to type "half percent plain Marcaine"
Complete thread -- Link to indicate why CT of abd & pelvis. Best to flag. Cardiac consult sm
Complete thread -- "calming" makes sense. Fine to flag if uncertain.
Complete thread -- I have reported all of mine. All I get is: The hospital makes that decision. yeah. ok.
Complete thread -- sending to QA
Complete thread -- Would they get an echocardiogram for a pancreatic cyst. I guess not, huh? I thought
Complete thread -- Will have to flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I really can't hear it good, but I *think* he is saying "calming" maybe?
Complete thread -- Psych note, mp3 posted.
Complete thread -- maybe meaning upper (limits) of normal, or upper normal (range)
Complete thread -- Lortab has 2 incredients acetaminophen & hydrocordone sm
Complete thread -- Someone tried to help me with a CC today. Just checked and QA could not get it
Complete thread -- does this make sense? sm
Complete thread -- I finally reported one of mine, constantly repeated himself over and over and over. I
Complete thread -- cecum and the small bowel are distended. There is ____ stool distal(ly) to the stricture.
Complete thread -- Question of colonoscopy and stenting _______. Because his
Complete thread -- one of the things that has happened is that they are putting ESL dictators on speech
Complete thread -- Sorry she correctsafter 'end of dictation' to say traumatic hematuria, not dysuria. Thx
Complete thread -- ,,management. (next number) 8. s/l drama nuh cutin dysuria. Continue with Foley...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- increased _____ 10/500 SM
Complete thread -- yes - google fluorescein angiography transit time
Complete thread -- You can flag or put 10/500, maybe he's talking about it was increased before?
Complete thread -- it says add apostrophe only - no added s
Complete thread -- His Lortab has been increased "from 10 to 500." She clearly states 10 TO 500. What
Complete thread -- Has the patient been intubated? It would be "extubate"
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- Fluorescein angiography was performed *s/l in transit* in the right eye.
Complete thread -- green
Complete thread -- I have the same BOS and it doesn't agree with you. Nice try though.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Yes, I hear the K now.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Yeah, I know. Just checking to
Complete thread -- Klippel-Feil syndrome, my guess, but check spelling
Complete thread -- I'd go with Reglan as obviously most doctors cannot spell.
Complete thread -- phile as in "file" or phile as in "fill"??
Complete thread -- There is a little bit air and stool distally... ?is what I heard
Complete thread -- Neck: Range of motion is limited due to his s/l lipophile syndrome
Complete thread -- are distended. _______ and stool
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- a new medication for his hiccups. Says: parentheses Reflan, R e f as in frank l a n.
Complete thread -- Homans' and Graves' - BOS 2 pg 325
Complete thread -- I can't think of what this might be, but I'd put it as "right-sided" hip
Complete thread -- green
Complete thread -- it was, disturbed.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I had that in there but it was not clear.
Complete thread -- I oftentimes get perturbed.
Complete thread -- pertubation? spell check
Complete thread -- I can't tell where he wants that phrase.
Complete thread -- if necessary, pressors. or fluid resuscitation, if necessary
Complete thread -- wav file. Is he just stumbling over pressors?
Complete thread -- syncope in there at all?
Complete thread -- If like most places, they probably overstaff the accounts. You have so many primary and
Complete thread -- perturbation is correct. a cya word, rather than "dislodged, ripped out, yanked," etc
Complete thread -- it's pertubation
Complete thread -- That was a local place I worked at. They'll probably be bought out by one of those big
Complete thread -- but the sentence makes it sound like the feeding tube is perturbed?
Complete thread -- perturbation
Complete thread -- ? burst
Complete thread -- about the quota...
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- and very illegal. The lawsuit is hoping to bring to light the unfair wage
Complete thread -- Bbdominal pain due to recent "per tubation" of jejunostomy tube. sm
Complete thread -- I hope it doesn't backfire on them. I very much doubt they will agree to pay overtime if
Complete thread -- I was looking under R's and F's. Not finding anything that relates to those letters. You
Complete thread -- R furgelberg or fr-something as well as a copy to the chart.
Complete thread -- wav file, he says please cc copy to someone. I can't get enough of sound
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- agree that is what i heard too
Complete thread -- hard to get something like septic or toxic syndrome in there sm
Complete thread -- partial lung excision
Complete thread -- Help with ortho note (sorry, pressed Enter too fast on previous one)
Complete thread -- I believe the same. Sharing partial list; likely will mention again end of report.
Complete thread -- Help with ortho note
Complete thread -- I know this isn't right, but it's what I'm hearing "on nesting wing" sm plse
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Here's the page I'm going to, which is just the home page that comes
Complete thread -- its not on the top row of tabs, scroll down just a bit and you'll see a list in the middle
Complete thread -- He said it later, clearer. It was erythromycin. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I started with azithromycin and then was leaning toward erythromycin. Glad I asked.
Complete thread -- My spelling was off, too, and I remember now I'd googled yours and
Complete thread -- What? I do not understand. What tab medical transcription?
Complete thread -- i hear erythromycin
Complete thread -- wav file, want to double check I have right mycin drug.
Complete thread -- I went to the tirosint gelcaps website and shows pics, its a new drug.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Drug seems to fit context, but like you I can't document
Complete thread -- obsessive - just sayin'
Complete thread -- Found this hit and not sure if I linked to earlier. I realize it's
Complete thread -- Well, maybe the hair loss didn't need to be used as I see now you'd
Complete thread -- I thought that too, but can't get that out of it. Patient having
Complete thread -- I went to drugs.com, under tab "medical transcription," which is for
Complete thread -- on thyroid replacement perhaps?
Complete thread -- I'm finding Teva Pharmaceutical and they're listing mupirocin 2% and
Complete thread -- hair loss. On thyroid *tera scent* 138, combination 113 plus 25.
Complete thread -- mupirocin comes in 22-gram tubes?
Complete thread -- s/l...teva 22 grams...sm
Complete thread -- You are the most _______ person ever. I have NEVER been in any fights with
Complete thread -- and stenting (??? of said ???) because his colon cannot be cleaned etc
Complete thread -- high incidence
Complete thread -- No wav, no MP3, no s/l
Complete thread -- You can verify discrepant pulses.
Complete thread -- I hear "no stricture, as much inflammation in the right
Complete thread -- Question of colonoscopy and stenting _______. Because his
Complete thread -- There is ______ inflammation in the right abdomen,
Complete thread -- DHEAS - dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate
Complete thread -- see msg abdominal pain thanks
Complete thread -- CD4 count 505, sodium 138, potassium 4.1, chloride 99, bicarbonate 26 ...
Complete thread -- Transcend has made it very difficult for MTs to make their quota and, as a result, they
Complete thread -- It becomes an "noticable issue" when fights with neighbors start and police
Complete thread -- I'm not sure I understand that law suit. Hasn't that been traditional for MTs to
Complete thread -- Patient passed hearing screen by the *Natos* (dictator specifies capit ...
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- posterolateral branch maybe?
Complete thread -- Oh good lord! Check you grammar books, dearie, and pull those panties out
Complete thread -- Not me. I'd be too afraid I was hearing something wrongly, lol.
Complete thread -- Anyone strong in cardio? Cath: Patent SVG-D1-(s/l) *PB*
Complete thread -- Who is going to issue it? You? ROTLFMAO!!!!
Complete thread -- improved by rest, continuous, located in the ....
Complete thread -- okay.. didn't realize that.
Complete thread -- This MT is not in the USA, they spell their words differently.
Complete thread -- improved, but less continuous?
Complete thread -- poor you. seriously. The concept is her question, which was never answered by your
Complete thread -- again, it is the "concept" See.. cognitive, you cannot "grasp"
Complete thread -- nm.
Complete thread -- aggravated by movement, improved by s/l "lass continuous"
Complete thread -- Never mind. She says it.
Complete thread -- Pulses were 2+ and "nondiscrepant." Would you use this word? Guess she means they
Complete thread -- See, again. read the question! "I know there is vascular blush but cannot find it anywhe
Complete thread -- I think you are correct! Thanks.
Complete thread -- serial blood monitoring
Complete thread -- more frequent doses of potassium with s/l"cilia blog" monitoring
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray: No acute s/l epheedra
Complete thread -- hyperlipidemia btw
Complete thread -- hypertension on (s/l coverum).
Complete thread -- You are very ill. Stop you stuff before you get a 5150.You are obscessive and ill.
Complete thread -- a little tip..have ya tried whonamedit.com •Penfield, Wilder Graves
Complete thread -- a little tip..have ya tried whonamedit.com •Penfield, Wilder Graves
Complete thread -- a little tip..have ya tried whonamedit.com •Penfield, Wilder Graves
Complete thread -- omg
Complete thread -- Oh, it is not just me. There are a number of us here who watch you like a hawk, to
Complete thread -- ahh thanks, just returned to board, almost forgot I asked with so much .
Complete thread -- Ohh I think and always have been the fact, you have cognitive stuff going on, lack of.
Complete thread -- It is actually Homans's and Graves's, but few seem to realize it.
Complete thread -- Here ya go, "At arrest" (HIGH) "After arrest" LOW. if not understood, flag. N
Complete thread -- They "got" lots of psychological and emotional torture and dragged
Complete thread -- nope. that is then Graveses disease. it is Graves' just like Homans'
Complete thread -- I wish you could make sense sometimes. but that isn't going to happen either.
Complete thread -- King of Torts
Complete thread -- If you're going to use the apostrophe, wouldn't it be Graves's disease?
Complete thread -- I "believe" it was suggested to flag/post wav, read the articles etc. I have an idea sm
Complete thread -- NM Going to flag.
Complete thread -- found this, but a bit complex, high and low K 2 different functions
Complete thread -- I don't know why you'd recommend her to put something that she cannot confirm
Complete thread -- PERSONALLY, I would flag that. I don't see any backup in references.
Complete thread -- I 'm afraid may need to click on the articles and read up a bit smad
Complete thread -- Ok. I just know what I had read in places. I didn't know anyone with them. but someone
Complete thread -- no, it really doesn't. when the BoS originally gave the guidelines to drop the
Complete thread -- lemme try that, but may mean( sm) the "flow rate" from between 200 & 400"
Complete thread -- never mind. gave him a blank.
Complete thread -- definition of vascular blush = decreased radioactivity on monitor
Complete thread -- I think she is asking if they do BOTH a low and high simultaneously, not if they do it
Complete thread -- yes, a number of ways they arrest (stop) the heart, K=potassium is one link
Complete thread -- which book was that? I'm reading Innocent Man right now, not sure I
Complete thread -- aorta was cross-clamped and high K/*low K* cardioplegia was given.
Complete thread -- to my knowledge, the MTs got zip, I sure didn't get anything$$. AAMT got over a million,
Complete thread -- I don't know why you couldn't? There are blood vessels there too. :D
Complete thread -- The consult was s/l "on the map of" Dr. _____. This is an ID consult and the
Complete thread -- I suppose it doesn't matter, but Stedman's has Graves disease.
Complete thread -- small vascular blush in the upper small bowel?
Complete thread -- I thought that the girls who sued MQ at least got their back pay??? Was I wrong?
Complete thread -- Does anyone know of any MT who benefited from the last class action lawsuit?
Complete thread -- I don't have time to research, but try typing *mide* in the
Complete thread -- try thionamide
Complete thread -- * thy na mide ...
Complete thread -- This woman has hyperthyroidism due to Graves’ disease. She has been a ...
Complete thread -- ? blood stream
Complete thread -- ?coryne (as in Corynebacterium)
Complete thread -- That is it!! Thanks so much!! He only says it a dozen more times:) LOL
Complete thread -- soft corn, or heloma molle, ( and you have hard corn, or heloma durum,)
Complete thread -- "s The lawyer addressed this in his meeting and no there cannot be repercussions as it is
Complete thread -- now it sounds like hoe low muh lay
Complete thread -- not used to podiatry reports
Complete thread -- mid coccyx area?
Complete thread -- I would just give the lawyer a call, if curious. He should be able to answer, or a local
Complete thread -- on the attorney website, there is a phone & fax make contact
Complete thread -- cap on vac. On s/l looked on onelook.com, no luck sm
Complete thread -- if you experience spam links, I'd appreciate you reporting them.
Complete thread -- stage IV decubitus on the right buttock, covered with a wound vac, the ...
Complete thread -- SIRS: Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome
Complete thread -- History of *SERS* in the past
Complete thread -- MRSA in the past and also with Acinetobacter from his wounds in the p ...
Complete thread -- does anybody know if there are repercussions for those who opt to join the class action
Complete thread -- the products looked entirely different didn't they, why not just get a life
Complete thread -- many helpers do the same thing, you just like to notice pick on her I think
Complete thread -- I would think that the Transcend/Nuance part and the lawsuit was pretty
Complete thread -- Yeah, like looking up words we don't know...giggle giggle...like whelp.
Complete thread -- I said ignore because it is dangerous to clink on links that come with no
Complete thread -- thanks for the information. I sure hope Nuance has a different policy!
Complete thread -- I think you are jealous, ever wonder why you spend so much time thinking about this lady
Complete thread -- I had a client with this name, pronounced, they said "new yen"
Complete thread -- hooo ray!!'bout time somebody spoke up to what has been happening for a long time. sm
Complete thread -- figures. not another peep.
Complete thread -- s/l thiamine "sulfate"
Complete thread -- Thanks, I did post it there.
Complete thread -- what kills me is that with these companies they talk about "Hands on the keyboard"
Complete thread -- Alternatively, and what this lawsuit says, is that MTs need to
Complete thread -- Whelp, you missed the humor in my comment.
Complete thread -- NO...not that the MT would put it in a report, the fact that a patient
Complete thread -- What gets me is...
Complete thread -- I've heard that name pronounced as so many different things...
Complete thread -- I don't go there, but if you do, you can certainly copy and paste it over there. Wouldn't
Complete thread -- Thanks for posting this. You might consider also posting it on
Complete thread -- Why? you want companies to continue to treat us like dirt? Someone should
Complete thread -- *gotcha!*
Complete thread -- You think it is funny that she was going to put that in someone's medical report?
Complete thread -- ignore
Complete thread -- Yeahhhh, a dictionary would have ruled out that word real quick.
Complete thread -- Never mind.
Complete thread -- nm.
Complete thread -- Has anyone ever heard "Nguyen" pronounced as "new in"? (I usually hear Winn)
Complete thread -- http://www.missouriemploymentlawattorney.com/Labor-and-Employment-Law-Blog/2012/May/M
Complete thread -- s/l radiographic stenosis (not referencing this).
Complete thread -- We speak much clearer when we drink. lol.
Complete thread -- I do...my bro-in-law is Texas born & bred...and I can't understand a word he says LOL
Complete thread -- You do understand!!!! I'm from Texas, we say whelp. LOL.
Complete thread -- Sorry, but this one still has me giggling. Thanks, Lane. I hope you have a great sense
Complete thread -- Chest issue due to the allergic reaction of the "dogs" ?
Complete thread -- Google and a plain old dictionary. I'm actually LOL. Lane..Lane...Lane...
Complete thread -- LOL. Thank you!! I actually searched like crazy. Ugh.
Complete thread -- I hope she didn't have a puppy. I'd go with "welt"
Complete thread -- I'm going with whelp.
Complete thread -- Allergy due to the chest issues?
Complete thread -- Chemical burn. Skin has a s/l welp. Is it whelp?
Complete thread -- She has "dogs"
Complete thread -- it is not that she helps late, unless she comes in late, long after the OP has a clear
Complete thread -- just like she did on the VAC-PAC answer below. 'her' answer was already in
Complete thread -- Well the same dictator just said in labs that calcium is 29. So I don't think he knows
Complete thread -- This may be true, but at least she is still kind enough to help, late or otherwise.
Complete thread -- Qualaquin® (quinine sulfate). "FDA has issued a new warning about the use of the malaria
Complete thread -- I don't put something if I can't hear it, or at least if I can't convince myself I'm
Complete thread -- true. maybe the doc is just saying it wrong.?
Complete thread -- yes, flag. may also be tryptophan.
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- That's all I could think of but laparo- means loins/abdomen?
Complete thread -- that's sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim.
Complete thread -- That is good guess, but I have to flag because too risky with allergy. Sorry about that
Complete thread -- knee laparoscopic ?
Complete thread -- Even though she is clearing saying a P sound, it may be tetracycline and will have to flag
Complete thread -- sulfa trimethoprim
Complete thread -- I think coming along 30 minutes, 45 minutes, hours after a question has been
Complete thread -- sorry, but I can't think of anything else.
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: S/L "SULFA TRIPTA FAGG LIN" and ERYTHROMYCIN.
Complete thread -- arthroscopic?
Complete thread -- s/l right knee "aproscopic" surgery (not saying arthroscopic)
Complete thread -- I know that; was taking about using my/or a suggestion and it was wrong
Complete thread -- Qualaquin is quinine...
Complete thread -- quinine is for leg cramps. Qualaquin is for malaria.
Complete thread -- I'd be afraid to go to that doctor if he's prescribing it for leg cramps.
Complete thread -- Darlene, you're right. Don't take it personally. I know you were only
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Never mind. I was hearing dose incorrectly it is Qualaquin 324 mg BUT thanks !
Complete thread -- anyone heard of a medication s/l 'claviquin' 300 mg for muscle cramps?
Complete thread -- What are you talking about? I would have no problem with "my initials" on a report with a
Complete thread -- to include a bone marrow.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- sounds like the same OP who thinks we know her personally and attacking her integrity ???
Complete thread -- sorry, not trying to steal your thunder, not how I am :<>:whatever that means
Complete thread -- ohhh good, glad you got it. kinda worried, since it is "your initials" on the report.
Complete thread -- as already suggested, but better late than never.
Complete thread -- No, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- After listening a dozen more times- chronic.
Complete thread -- ideomotor is it. Thanks, Darlene.
Complete thread -- eek, now this was a guess, not really familiar, so-0-0-0
Complete thread -- I would do like so:, she states, "Clinton" she said, "Bush" (but your call)
Complete thread -- Darlene, you are so smart. I've been rackin my peabrain for "eddy" and I think you got it
Complete thread -- ohhh okay!
Complete thread -- ocular (?) See links
Complete thread -- Just how the below helper had it, the quotes where the patient stated...
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- but, contact really seems to fit and maybe he's saying it weird.
Complete thread -- It would be better if posted a voice file, but eddy might be???
Complete thread -- That should be digit "span" of 5 forward. That "body part substitutions" thing I'm not
Complete thread -- nevermind, i see you already said no to that.
Complete thread -- contact dermatitis?
Complete thread -- She has a bilateral s/l "eddy" motor apraxia
Complete thread -- On PE: Skin: Mild *co anc* dermatitis. No mention in the rest
Complete thread -- huh
Complete thread -- Yes, if you want it to seem as a direct quote. you should add it. or just type it
Complete thread -- I'm sure the helper was just being helpful and didn't "mean anything by it."
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- I would use quotes, just the way it is dictated.
Complete thread -- So you would use them even if not dictated? You didn't have to "show me." I know how
Complete thread -- ok, I found: A painful spasm of the urogenital diaphragm with an urgent desire to evacuate
Complete thread -- Rectal tenesmus (Latin, from Greek teinesmos, from teinein to stretch, strain) is a feelin
Complete thread -- she states, "Clinton." George, she said, "Bush."
Complete thread -- Would you use quotes with what the patient states/stated if not dictated to do so?
Complete thread -- Maybe, but I'd think tenesmus would be under GI.
Complete thread -- tenesmus
Complete thread -- GU ROS s/l kuh-nee-sins TIA!
Complete thread -- I just had an ESL who was trying to say sacroiliitis and it kept sounding like she was
Complete thread -- yes trachea makes more sense. It's just the way it's pronounced..lol
Complete thread -- I found it. It was K Yazdani. :)
Complete thread -- trachea??
Complete thread -- how about checking the trachea. LOL
Complete thread -- s/l trichia? Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- any clue of a town/city?
Complete thread -- the betnovate affected (V)... to good effect (N)
Complete thread -- good affect?? or good effect??
Complete thread -- Thank yu so much!
Complete thread -- Dr. K Alzunny in Maryland. I know, it's a long shot but thought I would post.
Complete thread -- mercaptopurine Mercaptopurine (also called 6-mercaptopurine, 6-MP or its brand name Purine
Complete thread -- I know we certainly need to modify his therapy when (s/l captopurine or captive peer
Complete thread -- The one I have in notes is also called Vac Pac see link & picture
Complete thread -- and????????
Complete thread -- gamma-interferon - a form of interferon that is produced by T cells and macrophages
Complete thread -- I Googled "vac-pac bean bag" w/o the quotes and that was the 2nd hit
Complete thread -- that was what I found too, but doc clearly says gamma interferon, so
Complete thread -- since it is not a bean bag but a positioner.
Complete thread -- Thank you! I would never have found it as Google did not lead to any results.
Complete thread -- http://www.universalmedicalinc.com/Action-T-Shaped-Vac-Pac-Bean-Bag-Gel-Overlay-40613-p/40
Complete thread -- all I see == test used to diagnose latent tuberculosis infection (LTBI) ... The test is ba
Complete thread -- Patient positioned for surgery with the 'vac pack' bean bag. Cannot document.
Complete thread -- It was "higher neurocognitive function"
Complete thread -- It was "role for"
Complete thread -- is it gamma interferon or interferon-gamma when referring to the test for TB?
Complete thread -- Ahhh.. the acct specs. I understand, but that is just soooo wrong, it isn't funny.
Complete thread -- Risks of radiation therapy including hair loss, fatigue, s/l "higher no" cognitive
Complete thread -- Thank you, I think that would make it sound better too. TY!
Complete thread -- s/l "roar for" palliative whole-brain radiation therapy was discussed
Complete thread -- I know, but this ESL always says it that way and we're to type as dictated.
Complete thread -- maybe involvement so that the differential includes
Complete thread -- does this make sense? "with more colonic involvement, that the differential include
Complete thread -- Can lungs be clear and still have coarse breath sounds?
Complete thread -- ipratropium
Complete thread -- glucose is . glycemia isn't
Complete thread -- *Ale-tropium* bromide 18 mcg inhaled daily. Again, anything
Complete thread -- Hmm... I will blank. Thanks for your help everyone! ...
Complete thread -- I checked that for her at first too, but 272.1 is 'pure hyperglyceridemia.' No go there.
Complete thread -- Yes... he is saying, twenty seven twenty one ...
Complete thread -- Calcium is 7.7 *ree-no count with an* albumin level.
Complete thread -- check to see if it might be the diagnostic code for chronic serous otitis in ICD code book
Complete thread -- Here is a link from drugs.com
Complete thread -- the full name is ipratropium bromide
Complete thread -- are you hearing two seven two one or twenty-seven twenty-one?
Complete thread -- Yup that is it!! Thank you!
Complete thread -- ESL with Spanish accent says in med list *ale-tropium* bromide 18 mcg. He says
Complete thread -- this is a true WAG, but there is an rs2721 genotype
Complete thread -- You're hearing numbers ???
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll go back and listen for that.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- succussion splash?
Complete thread -- I think he might be spelling it wrong.
Complete thread -- she has a distended small bowel that starts to (s/l cush and splash).
Complete thread -- centralized?
Complete thread -- Of course! It's going to be a long day, I'm afraid.
Complete thread -- Has had pain in the right lower quadrant but has not been *stiller-lized.*
Complete thread -- responsive to Relpax.
Complete thread -- headaches have been rare and "responses" to Relpax. I don't see how anything but
Complete thread -- Can anyone find a "Dr. Sudel" (spells) in NJ or PA? I only find one in Minnesota.
Complete thread -- -year-old boy with s/l 2721?? that has had a significant past history ...
Complete thread -- Thanks! I think it's the Humira generic one he's saying.
Complete thread -- TNF-alpha inhibitors
Complete thread -- Wait, here's the exact sentence. Pt in hospital, and it was actually held. Please SM
Complete thread -- For psoriasis, *die-zah-me-mab* injection was started. I've searched
Complete thread -- Lol, you aren't the op. I am the op, but yes I found that the pO2 can be as high as 400
Complete thread -- Never mind. She says later. L1, L2, and L3.
Complete thread -- s/l L1 2 3 transverse process fracture
Complete thread -- Thank you anyway!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Not with your s/l :) Sorry.
Complete thread -- yes, that is true, so you would not use it for reflux then right, any other guesses?
Complete thread -- Thank you! It is a brand name, thank you!
Complete thread -- Renese but in Trademarks above, a hypotensive-cardiovascular preparation
Complete thread -- Check on Renese/renese (not sure if brand or generic)
Complete thread -- Nexium twice daily and using some (s/l ra-neese)with good effect.
Complete thread -- Pedi-Dri nystatin topical powder
Complete thread -- could be saphenofemoral?
Complete thread -- Dakin’s solution, *petty*dry topical powder with nystatin.
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks! New term/phrase for me. : )
Complete thread -- cough variant asthma?
Complete thread -- Talked about adding albuterol back in to see if he has *a cough-faring* asthma.
Complete thread -- if not superficial, maybe iliofemoral vein?
Complete thread -- I can't catch what it sounds like and I don't really know how to put u ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oh, ok
Complete thread -- superficial? If not, what does it sound like?
Complete thread -- sounds like? wav or mp3 file?
Complete thread -- DVT testing
Complete thread -- Rival would make sense in the fact that they are competing for healing?...just a guess.
Complete thread -- fifth ray. Also s/l the "1. Foot wound" is start of numbered problem list
Complete thread -- patient is with two *rival* foot wounds that are
Complete thread -- The patient is status post partial ____ resection secondary
Complete thread -- Sorry - it actually was an excellent suggestion, esp. since sounded German
Complete thread -- I said vajing hurts (joking), not vagina...
Complete thread -- I've seen way worse "suggestions." the END sure works and she said it "sounded
Complete thread -- you can have a vaginal echo Doppler
Complete thread -- vajingo = mittel?
Complete thread -- Mittelschmerz (German: "middle pain") is a medical term for "ovulation pain" or "midcycle
Complete thread -- yeah, it's a vaginal echo doppler... oy
Complete thread -- the patient's vajing hurts
Complete thread -- 191
Complete thread -- Thanks, flagging.
Complete thread -- I think you are right. Maybe her accent is throwing me. TY.
Complete thread -- what's the Doppler of??
Complete thread -- can't make it out. It sounds German to me...
Complete thread -- ?eye
Complete thread -- could be... let me listen
Complete thread -- she wa fit with a 5-diopter base-in Fresnel in her right s/l ad. (sm for context)
Complete thread -- could the last part of that crazy word by "occurrence" ?
Complete thread -- Reason for Doppler: Vajingohertz
Complete thread -- fourchette!!!
Complete thread -- pO2 can be over 100, especially if the patient is on oxygen supplementation or ventilation
Complete thread -- Never mind, after listening to it 500 times, I think it is that. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I don't hear that.
Complete thread -- fat pad
Complete thread -- s/l fat pid?
Complete thread -- I think so. Weird doc...mispronounces words all the time...esp meds...but that's a dif
Complete thread -- could be referring to portio vaginalis cervicis
Complete thread -- ? portio
Complete thread -- The "por shee" of the cervix is pink and smooth with no lesions.
Complete thread -- demonstrative of some
Complete thread -- Per the trademark site above (feel free to use anytime) it is Ultra-Fine.
Complete thread -- The arch of her foot appears to be ____ with some mild pes planus.
Complete thread -- how to write "ultra fine needle"? ...
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- Corynebacterium
Complete thread -- blood cultures grew out s/l *karny* bacterium species ...
Complete thread -- could be thank you... I will relisten
Complete thread -- cyanocobalamin?
Complete thread -- a medicine...s/l
Complete thread -- yeah, like she didn't drown, but died from nearly drowning
Complete thread -- Mother is deceased from near drowning. (no question, just venting)
Complete thread -- I think you're right! Very bad dictator, but think I can get that.
Complete thread -- abdominal x-ray in the a.m.?? (since the last sentence states will follow
Complete thread -- Thank you! I think you got it!
Complete thread -- allele
Complete thread -- or maybe it's allele
Complete thread -- alele?
Complete thread -- s/l "abdominal" peptide
Complete thread -- Know I've seen this, but I'm drawing blank.
Complete thread -- Yeah, that's what I did (had to send on). Just caught me off guard that he said mL once
Complete thread -- yes to mL instead of all the cc, and yes to "was" injected.
Complete thread -- I guess I should put "145 units WAS injected" also, right?
Complete thread -- I know we usually change cc to mL but he's saying both cc and "milliliters" in same
Complete thread -- I don't know if all the very rude comments beneath this particular post were from the same
Complete thread -- I was actually debating between "it" and "up." I'll go back and listen again. Thanks to
Complete thread -- maybe "followed it" with Fioricet?
Complete thread -- but perfectly okay..... meant she followed the Advil with the Fioricet.
Complete thread -- she s/l "followed up" with Fioricet.
Complete thread -- listen for 96.6(%)
Complete thread -- NEUROLOGICAL: Denies _____ or severe headache.
Complete thread -- He must use his own values or something. Clearly says pO2 of 184 second time.
Complete thread -- that is right!
Complete thread -- Why don't you mind your own business. She had an error which was pointed out. buzz
Complete thread -- normal ranges for ABGs
Complete thread -- it's 100% of maximum possible calculated value. SM
Complete thread -- Anesthesia provided by s/l mobile OR staff.
Complete thread -- I think he might be giving the wrong pCO2 and pO2 also because he later gives
Complete thread -- Really? I thought it could be over 100 if on nonrebreather or something. I will have to
Complete thread -- Oh, I don't know, about f'n that much, I guess. Love it when the peanut gallery gets all
Complete thread -- how f'n rude can you get?
Complete thread -- Why don't you mind your own business. She had an error which was pointed out. buzz
Complete thread -- why can't you just leave things alone? maybe poi was the one who answered her question??
Complete thread -- no.
Complete thread -- nope. Even 100%
Complete thread -- Can oxygen saturation be 166%? Really s/l it.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Hope you saw the other helpers, giving you other information pertinent also. This
Complete thread -- serum iron
Complete thread -- normal (s/l serumine) and slightly depressed serum ferritin at 23.
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- It is an external microphone. This platform just will not record a very loud file for sm
Complete thread -- P0-0-3-0 (no space after P)
Complete thread -- you do need to get an external microphone though. Had to crank the volume
Complete thread -- PROM (Premature rupture of membranes)
Complete thread -- something is wrong w/file. Might try to re-do it? and it needs to be P0-0-3-0. no -
Complete thread -- The patient is a 31-year-old Hispanic female, G4, P-0-0-3-0 with an intrauterine sm
Complete thread -- "really" "me neither" "I find that annoying"
Complete thread -- never heard of pulmonary valve fusion huh? well, now you have.
Complete thread -- normal "position" of great vessels would make IT, yep
Complete thread -- agree;With double-inlet left ventricle the great arteries are usually normally disposed sm
Complete thread -- I kinda think it is on purpose, I find, some "never key in anything"
Complete thread -- shrimp is the fruit of the sea...
Complete thread -- shrimp salad, shrimp cocktail, shrimp fritters...
Complete thread -- I hate it when our dictators "forget" to punch in all the demographic info. Sometimes
Complete thread -- glad you found it!
Complete thread -- fried shrimp, grilled shrimp. anyone up for the Forest Gump Shrimp-lover's monologue?
Complete thread -- I love shrimp.
Complete thread -- I love shrimp.
Complete thread -- It turned out to be a very unusual name so I doubt if anyone could have helped anyway,
Complete thread -- NM, I found it. He was starting the name with P and I couldn't tell if it was D, B, T,
Complete thread -- I'm willin'...
Complete thread -- Shore Shrimp, Grass Shrimp
Complete thread -- Can I ask a question about a last name that I can't understand?
Complete thread -- The patient has an allergy to *shore* shrimp.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Looks like I'll be needing for new secondary.
Complete thread -- DC or zip code 20.
Complete thread -- Lol. Duh duh duh
Complete thread -- Just like you had it. DC!
Complete thread -- Duh, I know that. I was asking what to enter where it says "state"
Complete thread -- Thanks. That was
Complete thread -- BTW, DC is not a state either, it is a federal district where the US Capital resides.
Complete thread -- You don't understand. Those are not separate. There are no ST-T wave (correct way) chang
Complete thread -- Try DC.
Complete thread -- What's the abbreviation to use for state in Dr. Lookup for Washington DC?
Complete thread -- She's very clear in what she's saying and had mentioned the T-wave inversions in HPI.
Complete thread -- maybe P wave not T wave
Complete thread -- My question was whether that goes against her previous statement that there
Complete thread -- listen for Q or something else in the "new" changes noted
Complete thread -- no acute ST-T wave changes. nothing odd about that.
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks.
Complete thread -- EKG: New T-wave inversions in V3-V6. ...but no acute ST, *T-wave* changes noted.
Complete thread -- anemic?
Complete thread -- another blank from this esl. the patient was already s/l "anna may" (nma?)
Complete thread -- Thanks for this. It's likely 191 and I'm mishearing or she's exaggerating the nine (kind
Complete thread -- NM, she said it at end of report and this time sounding more like retinopathy.
Complete thread -- I think you are right. Thanks.
Complete thread -- citation for the quote above is in link
Complete thread -- I don't think so. I suspect 191. ESL confused 19 with 90, perhaps? SM for range
Complete thread -- here is a link. Can you post a voice wave? just to be certain.
Complete thread -- Cardiac CT showed a calcium score of *one nineteen one,* suggestive of
Complete thread -- I suspect "biopsies, boxes" might be "viruses." No idea on #1.
Complete thread -- ESL stating pt has type 2 diabetes with *thora-die-nah-pathy* and
Complete thread -- Giving risks/complications of repeat low transverse C-section.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! You nailed it :) I appreciate your help
Complete thread -- Yeah, that's exactly how I redid it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'll see if I can clean that last sentence up a little.
Complete thread -- fat guess, but continue SVNs?
Complete thread -- a normal 3-vessel cord, (1 cord with 3 vessels running through it).
Complete thread -- We will minimize the sedation as much as possible. Continue s/l ess ee ihns. Number
Complete thread -- I had it first without a doubt but when he threw in musculoskeletal at the end, I
Complete thread -- 3-vessel cord (not cords). The next sentence, he is floundering
Complete thread -- I relistened and that sounds like it...Thanks....
Complete thread -- Does the text below all make sense. ESL but pretty sure it's what he says.
Complete thread -- I hear generalized headache
Complete thread -- I will flag but thanks.
Complete thread -- normal position of the great vessels?? trying this again
Complete thread -- WAV file, questioning whether this General: Headache or generalized headache?
Complete thread -- ignore this suggestion, sorry
Complete thread -- Eek... ignore that, not normal. sorry
Complete thread -- normal transposition of the great vessels?
Complete thread -- Thanks. We're supposed to correct grammar and I think this could be considered
Complete thread -- Then "show" a grammar 'rule' that states it has to be is or are.
Complete thread -- I would change (and I usually type verbatim)
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- Would you leave "full-term pregnant" or change to pregnancy? ESL
Complete thread -- s/l prevessels??
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- I heard: ...and relieve part of the problem (?)
Complete thread -- Thank you, that is it.
Complete thread -- I am hearing "elliptical"
Complete thread -- It talks about "I prefer" and "we prefer" but doesn't reference any rules
Complete thread -- This is at NYHA Class II-III. Prior to that, the patient was
Complete thread -- this was an example from a grammar site. they used Jody as who asked the question, and
Complete thread -- who's Jody?
Complete thread -- pacemaker. sometimes my spelling is horrible without spellcheck.
Complete thread -- I believe it can be done for any muscle in the body
Complete thread -- Thanks, he repeats in plan and still s/l EP. I'd only heard that in cardiology before.
Complete thread -- Per AAMT BOS, I agree with you.
Complete thread -- seems to be EP - I googled ep study gastric pacamaker.
Complete thread -- Is "EP study" correct in this context?
Complete thread -- family is a unit.. no need to assume any word afterwards either. s/m
Complete thread -- yes! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Mesasal?
Complete thread -- She has been stable on (s/l meth-i-cel) and did not have any problems.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all helpers!
Complete thread -- I don't think collective nouns always take a singular verb. Depends.
Complete thread -- Yes, it is 7-hole. Ty much.
Complete thread -- I would go with your last assumption and use
Complete thread -- Will listen! Thanks for suggestion! :)
Complete thread -- I am guessing are, just because of the use of the word all
Complete thread -- 7-hole
Complete thread -- She states that her family *are/is* all very nervous. Collective
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Orthopedic note: Please see inside. (s/l seven-all plate)
Complete thread -- Goldthwait
Complete thread -- s/l Galt Waith procedure
Complete thread -- ? grayish
Complete thread -- flagging - nm
Complete thread -- Thanks. I slowed him down for this and still missed it!
Complete thread -- ?????????????????????????????????????
Complete thread -- symptomatology. If not, we may need to titrate it up.
Complete thread -- s/l "high" but does not seem to fit pls sm for context
Complete thread -- that could be it...thanks.
Complete thread -- wav file, just want to double check the last sentence on this. Thanks.
Complete thread -- plethoric
Complete thread -- s/l platoric??? ESL
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- many thanks
Complete thread -- me 2 :)
Complete thread -- thanks, learn sumpin new every day!
Complete thread -- Wilhelm His, Jr "bundle of His" from whonamedit.com
Complete thread -- SM for what I hear
Complete thread -- wrong, but thanks anyway
Complete thread -- HIS bundle (not His)
Complete thread -- #2 is Calan. #3 has tachybrady syndrome.
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- ack, found it "Triport" Boston Scientific Biport™ Sheath, Triport™ Sheath
Complete thread -- electrophysiology study s/l triport sm
Complete thread -- huum, tough one unless heard but google does show pul valve fusion a lot
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- One pill when she finishes the antibiotics, and she will repeat one pill at 72 hours.
Complete thread -- one pill when she finishes the antibiotics and she will repeat SM
Complete thread -- can't really make out anything but "good ammerse" Maybe awareness?
Complete thread -- Mp3 file. I have all the words. Just want to make sure the punctuation is right so
Complete thread -- lol, sorry, sometimes it posts twice.
Complete thread -- He's rustling papers so much I can't make it out. Sorry
Complete thread -- yeah i tried turning it down as well and heard "more Coreg" well.. thanks!!
Complete thread -- placed back as wav now.
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- The patient is showing good ______. Some residual symptoms
Complete thread -- and more Coreg.
Complete thread -- FWIW, it's weird, but I was able to hear it better with the volume turned down
Complete thread -- not able to hear it in MP3, sorry
Complete thread -- I swear I hear "and more Coreg" but maybe he is trying to say Imdur...
Complete thread -- keep your panties on. keep your panties on.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- suggest 55% to 60% (per BoS)... and what you find researching is
Complete thread -- and with Coreg?
Complete thread -- I heard something and then "Coreg period."
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you!!
Complete thread -- never mind, I guess it could make sense
Complete thread -- this got overwritten, so I moved it to mp3 (if you can access it there).
Complete thread -- a repost, please help with wav
Complete thread -- different wav is there
Complete thread -- are you sure flow is not area? Flow doesn't make sense here.
Complete thread -- 1 mm and it'd be effusion
Complete thread -- and again there is another one and not yours.
Complete thread -- and again there is another one and not yours.
Complete thread -- echo question. s/l hilometer? fusion or effusion?
Complete thread -- The patient is showing good ______. Some residual
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- over smashed taters? lol
Complete thread -- capped?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- will repost
Complete thread -- your wav got covered up.
Complete thread -- gravy?
Complete thread -- percutaneous nephroureteral stent was s/l then tapped or intact and closed TIA
Complete thread -- Extra ____ feeding supervision
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- PT with CLL, head and neck cancer. SM please
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- proximal coil was seen in kidney and the distal coil was seen within the bladder
Complete thread -- the proximal coil was seen in the kidney and the distal coil was seen within the
Complete thread -- When the wire was removed, ______ within the bladder
Complete thread -- s/l lug base suprapubic tube change
Complete thread -- thanks so much! another new word for me today. thanks!!!
Complete thread -- no cap on spigelian though, sorry...
Complete thread -- A Spigelian hernia (or lateral ventral hernia) is a hernia through the spigelian fascia, w
Complete thread -- triangular lamella (lamellar) cyst?
Complete thread -- She is 2 weeks out of her laparoscopic incarcerated right s/l spiculin hernia repair
Complete thread -- "" s/l tir-luh-mel-uh ""
Complete thread -- http://www.arthrocaresportsmedicine.com/cgi-bin/htsearch
Complete thread -- ArthroCare Sports Medicine's ... or PerfectPasser™ Connector. In addition, the ... Perfect
Complete thread -- Is "perfect passer" capitalized?
Complete thread -- Yes, Googled, but found both PT and P T. Ty
Complete thread -- Thanks all, flagging and sending on. Very clear dictator and doesn't sound like
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- was found to have glioblastoma. (no "was normal").
Complete thread -- another wav please help
Complete thread -- might be Chalazion (Meibomian Cyst) - A chalazion, also known as a meibomian cyst, is a co
Complete thread -- Maybe "Iglesias" which is a resectoscope
Complete thread -- can post a sound file maybe?
Complete thread -- maybe the 'tri' is trimalleolar ...?
Complete thread -- pretty much agree other than since it is so hard to read, SM
Complete thread -- "obturator removed and the ....... was then placed."
Complete thread -- I googled it, did you try to to do that first? See link
Complete thread -- maybe Ocuvite eye vitamin and mineral supplement
Complete thread -- PT Group in New Alexandria, PA. Should that be PT Group or P T Group? Ty!
Complete thread -- isosorbide?
Complete thread -- thanks mt50 that's help enough.. he had aortic valve replacement so he was following up
Complete thread -- Koy is that all the information you have. I hear the word "replacement" in there
Complete thread -- Well, I would love to but the social worker is chewing & slurring so my S/L listed is the
Complete thread -- need help with wav please
Complete thread -- If you got that, why don't you rewrite your s/l to reflect that so we can try to help you
Complete thread -- s/l eye-so-vite 1 tab p.o. every day TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes - I got that part...but what kind?
Complete thread -- some kind of metaplasia maybe?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks all for the input
Complete thread -- Orthopedics - s/l "tri or in mal play sha", stage II, and growth noticed on the ankle
Complete thread -- I would say it is probably tear of the posterior horn...
Complete thread -- ? tear
Complete thread -- Thanks for explaining.
Complete thread -- s/l jail of the posterior horn
Complete thread -- Just my personal preference as to me they are more of a list in paragraph form and the
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. Just wondering, why periods and not semicolons if those are not
Complete thread -- I would do it as in message...
Complete thread -- way wag: "trilamellar"? (no knowledge; just sound-play)
Complete thread -- Would you punctuate this this way or would you use semicolons?
Complete thread -- That was a good one! you got it!
Complete thread -- Sprycel is used for CML?
Complete thread -- S/L bry-oh-cell tabs?
Complete thread -- the lesion certainly by its description deserves...
Complete thread -- Would think it would be some kind of lamellar cyst
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l tir-luh-mel-uh cyst of the eyelid TIA!
Complete thread -- (that should work...)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think it is, "The lesion, certainly by its description, ...."
Complete thread -- (my belated research try was unsuccessful. I DO wonder if it= "per C," percutaneous. SM
Complete thread -- something like,..."The lesion, by its description,..." Doc must be talking about
Complete thread -- tp has renal cell carcinoma
Complete thread -- (you bet. Google suggests that it is more common to render it without final "s" or apostr
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- von Willebrands disease (check my spelling) blood coagulation impairment, SM
Complete thread -- (what part of body? The s/l is quite garbled)
Complete thread -- (consider "pain management" instead of "pain specimens." SM
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Von wall browns syndrome?
Complete thread -- s/l pain specimens
Complete thread -- hmm,...another opinion: genitive case (in Latin)= equiv to possessive case in English. SM
Complete thread -- oooOOOooo! Thanks for explaining! SM
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- dependent is fine there. Means gut isn't chock full of fluid, just little dependent SM
Complete thread -- thanks but now sounds more like dependent; will flag
Complete thread -- nope, not one at a time, however SM
Complete thread -- retained?
Complete thread -- s/l fented (colonoscopy)
Complete thread -- (thanks for posting what you found to be the solution! Certainly not intuitive! :-)
Complete thread -- One reason why mp3 and wav are not always available,...(at least, my hypothesis) SM
Complete thread -- it's CNS (not CNF)
Complete thread -- pure guess (based on treatment for DKA) s/l benobee may be Venofer ?
Complete thread -- agree, contrast dye further harms those with kidney disease
Complete thread -- We ordered a beta hydroxybutyrate acid, which we were waiting for, in ...
Complete thread -- CTAs (CT angiograms since they use contrast dye?)
Complete thread -- Pulmonology
Complete thread -- It was "tone." Thanks for the help. ...
Complete thread -- I disagree: here patellae is genitive singular, not nominative plural.
Complete thread -- good point. Rh factor has C,D,E, c,d,&e antigens.
Complete thread -- thanks so much! It even makes sense, now!
Complete thread -- bisphosphonates.
Complete thread -- however, listening to it through this medium, I figured it out. bisphosphonates
Complete thread -- this seems to be a recurring problem. I can hear it. When this has happened before some
Complete thread -- not hearing anything.
Complete thread -- wag....flexion?
Complete thread -- function, flexibility, sensation, tone...
Complete thread -- oops. I meant to be much nicer and say: Please see message for wav.
Complete thread -- "sensation" is my only thought
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- MUSCULOSKELETAL EXAM
Complete thread -- BTW, I answered this about 3 minutes after I saw your post. There isn't always someone
Complete thread -- Eikenella corrodens?
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- NM flagging.
Complete thread -- Cultures show only Streptococcus viridans and *akonil lacolodans*.
Complete thread -- He is saying red, but with your wag I was able to hear neuro.
Complete thread -- Neuro-rad for neuroradiologist?
Complete thread -- 'chondromalacia patellae' is not plural.
Complete thread -- hemorrhagic CVA by CT, and "needle" red was called.
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- Correct. So therefore if 'patellae' is not dictated (pronounced pah-tell-ee), then it is
Complete thread -- chondromalacia - Abnormal softening or degeneration of cartilage of the joints
Complete thread -- we may never know....
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- Yes. However, it is dictated in singular. So could he could mean
Complete thread -- chondromalacia patellae is the condition. no comma after chondromalacia.
Complete thread -- Is the condition 'chondromalacia patellae' different than when dictated:
Complete thread -- those aren't headings, they're a list in a sentence.
Complete thread -- are you talking about words like cardiac in your example? I would
Complete thread -- Right it does depend. This is a new account so wondering what majorit ...
Complete thread -- I would as you typed it, but up to account specifications.
Complete thread -- Once again, it depends on the account. All of my accounts have every heading
Complete thread -- In REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: In CAPS or small case?
Complete thread -- Reminds me of the insurance commercial with the piggy Wheee Wheeee Wheeee
Complete thread -- I did try to make it indent the 1.1, 1.2, etc., but it wouldn't work here.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- I completely understand now what dr. is saying. ha. ...
Complete thread -- Got it -- hidradenitis
Complete thread -- 1. COPD (1.1) (1.2.) (1.3)
Complete thread -- I have never had it dictated in this so-called way before. Something ...
Complete thread -- (Oh, the spacing didn't show correctly, but you'd indent the a, b, c...)