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Complete thread -- Wow, darlene! Thanks!!! I didn't know they were the same!
Complete thread -- several possibilities *see message*
Complete thread -- 70 minutes were spent.b
Complete thread -- G.E.D.. General Equivalency Diploma
Complete thread -- When googling ranges of motion of shoulder get this sm
Complete thread -- with quotes, you get zero hits
Complete thread -- look up "terminal rotation on extension" on Google and see what you get
Complete thread -- maybe "she had TENDER rotation ON internal/external rotation.
Complete thread -- or is she saying "tender"???? WAG
Complete thread -- terminal
Complete thread -- Patient with longstanding shoulder pain. (See wav pls/TY). She has ___ rotation.
Complete thread -- "dropped out of HS, wants to earn GE Diploma." "became ill during his GE Development test"
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- QFT-GIT
Complete thread -- s/l 2 FT-GIT assay will be obtained predialysis.
Complete thread -- you didn't even hear the WAV did you?
Complete thread -- :) thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- bingo! Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- you have a comma fault--no comma after has and before what sm
Complete thread -- LTT has it, I had not listened to wav yet. nm
Complete thread -- another name for it xanthoma
Complete thread -- S/L plain-arzamtomas. may be Xanthelasma sm
Complete thread -- s/l planar xanthomas
Complete thread -- wav posted... hope that helps.
Complete thread -- Pt with lesions under eye could represent s/l plain-arzamtomas
Complete thread -- Yep, could be saying the first syllable under his breath so you don't hear it.
Complete thread -- CHF end systolic, acute on chronic, with etc?
Complete thread -- I was thinking that may be it...and he is saying the word incorrectly...?
Complete thread -- maybe expanses?
Complete thread -- ....shows large "spanses" of completely absent articular cartilage. Is there such a
Complete thread -- Thanks darlene. Will put this in my medication notes for future reference.
Complete thread -- agree with Oasis. look up the definition of the word tenable.
Complete thread -- I think he means "no tenable sign of an infection" or viable sign...just a thought.
Complete thread -- No evidence in terms of s/l Tenable's sign that he has an infection.
Complete thread -- may have coexisting condition COPD and pneumonia sm
Complete thread -- ? There is a multifire GIA stapler
Complete thread -- Thanks both!
Complete thread -- s/l arinase might be Aranesp(darbepoetin alfa) (since kidney prob, can cause anemia)
Complete thread -- archives show...
Complete thread -- Ortho Evra? try www.drugs.com, start inputting "ortho" at top right.
Complete thread -- wav OCP ortho___ patch
Complete thread -- confirmative?
Complete thread -- (some folks expand the "D" as "diploma.")
Complete thread -- found it on an old report...
Complete thread -- btw, she's saying: "5. Anemia" right after that. (forgot to put in text)
Complete thread -- MP3. patient with diabetes, etc.
Complete thread -- Tissue biopsy recommended for "compilative" diagnosis of lesions.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Found it. It's a Keo (short for Keofeed) tube.
Complete thread -- Patient would not eat or take meds; a "keyhole" tube was placed.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- later says injected biweekly
Complete thread -- never went for her GED. (General Educational Development )
Complete thread -- As I stated she dropped out at the age of 15 and she __________. She ...
Complete thread -- diastolic
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l arinase or arines, drawing a blank on this one this evening
Complete thread -- lives with her boyfriend that doesn't have a job.
Complete thread -- AXIS III: Severe psychosocial stressors, ________boyfriend __________ ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Watkins Glen (place, maybe in New York?)
Complete thread -- Watkins Glen
Complete thread -- Her mother moved to ___________recently. ...
Complete thread -- wow doc butchered that one thanks
Complete thread -- vascular?
Complete thread -- s/l GIA masteroid stapler
Complete thread -- optimized background therapy (OBT) ????
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear See OBT or COBT. Could it be some department or treatment?
Complete thread -- 3. ____________as above for the left lower lobe pneumonia. We will c ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- agree. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Think you mean more THAN half, poi. ;-) Also comma should be semicolon or period, since
Complete thread -- Over 70 minute WAS spent on this patient
Complete thread -- what was the *as above*? I don't think it is COPD as that
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- patient, more that half was spent in direct face-to-face contact with the patient.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- C&S, urine for Legionella and ______ antigens. ??
Complete thread -- Over 70 minutes were spent on this patient __________spent directly th ...
Complete thread -- yes, brilliant!!! I never would have heard that! Thank you and happy new year!!
Complete thread -- 3. s/l COBT, is it COPD ?________________ as above for the left lower ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- renin-related?
Complete thread -- We will order sputum CNF, urine for _______________. ...
Complete thread -- pneumonia, increased mediastinal or hilar adenopathy
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- CTA of the chest was read as no evidence of pulmonary embolism, left l ...
Complete thread -- infiltrates and small pleural effusions.
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray was read as a bibasilar inflammatory ________and small ple ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- a drug overdose just last year.
Complete thread -- knows she had to come to the hospital but kept
Complete thread -- and she has 1 daughter and she had 1 son who unfortunately died with _ ...
Complete thread -- Center with a chief complaint of shortness of breath now for 2 months. ...
Complete thread -- Don't know s/l, but should be ACE not Aced
Complete thread -- giant cell?
Complete thread -- s/l jansel arteritis
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- lol! :-)
Complete thread -- generally preferred method = drop the "apostrophe and s" for eponyms, but again client's
Complete thread -- It depends on your account specs. If your account allows the possessive
Complete thread -- which is correct Murphy sign or Murphy's sign
Complete thread -- thanks but that's not it; will flag.
Complete thread -- It was mucosa. Thanks for helping! :)
Complete thread -- LV systolic, acute on chonic, along with ?
Complete thread -- cancer?
Complete thread -- Frenulectomy: Residual lingual frenulum "culture" was removed in toto.
Complete thread -- ...most likely CHF s/l aerosystolic...
Complete thread -- very pretty! thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you, I understand it now. NM
Complete thread -- infection always seeds/seeding/seeded. How the infection spreads, think of throwing seeds
Complete thread -- Seating or seeding?
Complete thread -- nope, was not me "darlene" (must be another Darlene)
Complete thread -- We are so anal, are we not? LOL!
Complete thread -- EXACTLY! NO RADIAL HEAD ON FEMUR *I feel bad for the OP!*
Complete thread -- of the femur (I clicked too quickly)
Complete thread -- LOL! Let's just agree that there is no such thing as a "radial head
Complete thread -- sheesh....you didn't misunderstand, apparently Darlene did
Complete thread -- That was not Darlene. That was me apologizing for misunderstanding!
Complete thread -- Thanks for clarifying Darlene
Complete thread -- I thought you were documenting "radial head" of the femur instead of femoral. In the
Complete thread -- Could you please show us even just 1 link to a "femur radial head"?
Complete thread -- ?? no, it didn't mention elbow at all.
Complete thread -- hmm not sure, thanks.
Complete thread -- that might be, thanks.
Complete thread -- are you hearing tenesmus?
Complete thread -- Abreva?
Complete thread -- "trichomonas"?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- could be inclined too. *an inclined surface; slope; slant*. She
Complete thread -- initial exam?
Complete thread -- sheesh...doesn't
Complete thread -- Neck on s/l inclined examination
Complete thread -- don't really match s/l, but context makes me think kidney stones?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- Would help to know diagnoses.
Complete thread -- Thank you! I was looking for a fancy latin term :)
Complete thread -- Could it be and a duct at?
Complete thread -- bridge is correct
Complete thread -- H&P for cholecystectomy. s/l ductopad?
Complete thread -- You can have a rapid rate with regular rhythm or a rapid
Complete thread -- thanks for your opinion
Complete thread -- I think you just have to hear it.
Complete thread -- I thought the same, but have never heard, or could document,
Complete thread -- cannot make out if and regular or irregular; how to tell?
Complete thread -- I can't think of any myocardial infarction evidence that would
Complete thread -- Never mind. Need coffee.
Complete thread -- Medication list...see message
Complete thread -- Pt had palpitations. MRI/MRA of brain: No evidence of acute MI./sm
Complete thread -- Amphojel makes sense - new one for me. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Amphojel? Not for renal disease per se. Renagel?
Complete thread -- for chronic kidney disease, sounds like "Antigel" - thanks.
Complete thread -- It is a procedure/study. Are you allowed to make your own headings?
Complete thread -- just as a qualifier, I have had some doctors list a dental tooth extraction
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- It is a test like an angiogram, I wouldn't consider it surgery.
Complete thread -- Wouldn't cardiac cath be considered a surgery on an H&P?
Complete thread -- wonder if it is succinyl (is doc abbreviating succinylcholine?)
Complete thread -- thanks will listen for that
Complete thread -- We gave her etomidate 20 mg IV and *s/l sumeal* 100 mg IV and intubated.
Complete thread -- bridge?
Complete thread -- progress note on 85-year-old female patient thanks
Complete thread -- need more idea as to what is wrong with the patient
Complete thread -- s/l bleach her
Complete thread -- Oh, honey, read the article...it's the elbow.
Complete thread -- I thought I was going crazy!
Complete thread -- That article is referring to the elbow...
Complete thread -- Did someone this this was April fools day rather than New Years Day?
Complete thread -- Did someone think this was
Complete thread -- Oh honey google hip fracture radial head of femur
Complete thread -- Radial head arthroplasty(they DO usually say femoral head, thus the hesitation)
Complete thread -- try Gray's Anatomy via google and see if you can document this
Complete thread -- For my own information, could you provide a source on this? Cannot find any documentation.
Complete thread -- I bet IS Becton Dickinson needle (BD) sm
Complete thread -- A hip fracture is a fracture of the radial head of the femur.
Complete thread -- btw, knowing *what* she is being treated for might help us help you.
Complete thread -- aztreonam?
Complete thread -- stranam
Complete thread -- Happy New Year!
Complete thread -- Does the hip have a radial head? see msg.
Complete thread -- Happy New Year 2011 :-)
Complete thread -- BD needle?
Complete thread -- May be clear but can you document.
Complete thread -- There is a stress cortisol level.
Complete thread -- s/l stress
Complete thread -- Imaybe you hear the "end" part of end parentheses? regardless, just Cam walker is best
Complete thread -- it makes sense
Complete thread -- s/l flow auscultated
Complete thread -- never mind sounds pretty clear
Complete thread -- anyone heard of BSS on a ?TV? needle before
Complete thread -- s/l "thoracoloculated"
Complete thread -- yes, they are! I wasn't familiar w/ that genus. The photos Are attractive.
Complete thread -- 1/1/11
Complete thread -- Anyone heard "Cam walkered" used as a back formation? Pls sm.
Complete thread -- Too late I know, but I'm thinking vertebra. It can sound like "rober" when said fast.
Complete thread -- it is a pretty flower though :) *sheesh*
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction Margaret, I thought I had verified
Complete thread -- wav poster could make a judgement of the worthwhileness of the clip
Complete thread -- yersinia
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- salmonella, aeromonas, plesiomonas and ursinia
Complete thread -- Going to flag it. Thanks for trying! :)
Complete thread -- Stool studies show Giarida and cryptosporidium to be negative. Also C ...
Complete thread -- wouldn't ya change your name if it was Wohlfart???
Complete thread -- They adjust the dose based on creatinine clearance so kidneys are
Complete thread -- a few right toes?
Complete thread -- No, I can't hear that; thanks, tho
Complete thread -- avulsion?
Complete thread -- what is said just before and just after?
Complete thread -- Past surgical history: Multiple amputations including to the midfoot on the left and
Complete thread -- you could be right, but please sm
Complete thread -- They say "dose-adjust medication to creatinine clearance."
Complete thread -- Hmm, could well be, but wouldn't he dictate what medication to adjust?
Complete thread -- Adjust medication?
Complete thread -- Patient has chronic kidney disease. "Dismedication" creatinine clearance, 50 mL/min.
Complete thread -- I have heard tiffed sure. petulant, bad-tempered mood; a huff.
Complete thread -- the side-splitting laughter U2 incited caused me to cough out a bunch of rales!
Complete thread -- hmmm....as I consider it longer, I believe this is the solution.
Complete thread -- "has a deep file"?? a wag
Complete thread -- not so wag!! Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you!!!
Complete thread -- listen for globus changes.
Complete thread -- global?
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- triamcinolone?
Complete thread -- pt placed on S/L Trisimalon? and Bactroban
Complete thread -- Can't hear that, but thanks. Sending blank.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "keeps an eye" or "is keeping an eye"?
Complete thread -- Here is what I have in Stedman's Electronic dictionary under disease W
Complete thread -- Do you have a word book where you can look up disease and look under W?
Complete thread -- welll that was enlightening like some of the google words asking to define
Complete thread -- Will consult Wound Care who s/l "is a defy" on the patient
Complete thread -- nv called the radiologist and he meant cleavage view
Complete thread -- That's okay - I have one who says dural tension signs all the time, and no one here
Complete thread -- Okay, I don't hear it all the time, but I do hear it with cath procedures all the time.
Complete thread -- And Merry Colon to you too!
Complete thread -- TY! Tis the season to have a 'merry' colon! :)
Complete thread -- mammo report....s/l cleavage-jew view
Complete thread -- megacolon
Complete thread -- von Willebrand disease?
Complete thread -- Pt with stool retention. We have been following for a s/l merry colon
Complete thread -- I spaced the letters out, but it sounds like GDDNOA
Complete thread -- Not sure what s/l "gdd" sounds like? gooooddd?
Complete thread -- Patient presents for evaluation of left knee swelling.
Complete thread -- Interstitial lung disease secondary to amiodarone toxicity *s/l gdd noa*
Complete thread -- I've never heard it, let alone all the time. but everyone has different doctors.
Complete thread -- or a sheathogram was performed.
Complete thread -- they performed a sheathogram...
Complete thread -- could you give a sample sentence of "hear all the time" plz
Complete thread -- that's a bad one they coin.
Complete thread -- AP, Lateral Neutral, Flexion and Extension Cervical views. ... During the initial visit, a
Complete thread -- Hear it all the time.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- type in word list (above) frequently discussed.
Complete thread -- there was a VERY long pause in between those
Complete thread -- they don't usually say lateral neutral, but in this case they
Complete thread -- is "sheathogram" an actual word. Doing a cardiac catheterization.
Complete thread -- bilateral obliques are part of a cervical spine series
Complete thread -- actually, lateral neutral is one view
Complete thread -- perfect!
Complete thread -- forget the bilateral....it is lateral...but not sure about rest
Complete thread -- not sure if my commas are in right places or not
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. I will have to flag it. It is probably something so simple.
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't think of anything else.
Complete thread -- Yes sm
Complete thread -- never mind...
Complete thread -- is patient female?
Complete thread -- No neither one. S/L grober, robor, ruber, rueber, ?? Rotor??
Complete thread -- rib?
Complete thread -- lymph node?
Complete thread -- Thank you all.
Complete thread -- S/L rober sm
Complete thread -- tiffed - see message - pt. was still a little bit irritated (tiffed) that she could n
Complete thread -- doc says "tiffed" ...do you think he means "miffed"??
Complete thread -- probably too late but I often hear rapid (sequence) intubation
Complete thread -- queriedpast participle, past tense of que·ry (Verb)1. Ask a question about something, esp.
Complete thread -- If the doctor is comfortable with it,
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- The part in which he said *that is what I said before* and then
Complete thread -- You're right, that would work. Your said s/l so I was trying
Complete thread -- syndromal?
Complete thread -- what is wrong with recorded - as in noted in the record. When you make a notation, it is
Complete thread -- maybe repeated?
Complete thread -- Are you okay with the word recorded here?
Complete thread -- I would use central also. nm
Complete thread -- Thank you. I am going to use queried. nm
Complete thread -- Msg to MY VERSION - SORRY. I didn't note there had been a
Complete thread -- central
Complete thread -- queried
Complete thread -- s/l *syndral* any guesses? Thanks
Complete thread -- would change to inquired about his appetite.
Complete thread -- S.L inquiried sm
Complete thread -- routine intubation?
Complete thread -- sorry, all I can think of some ER mangement for overdose like
Complete thread -- gonna flag this,,,just not clear...thanks anyway, HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Complete thread -- the patient is diagnosed with acute encephalopathy, any ideas about the robot?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Nope, this is how the patient arrived to the ED..see message
Complete thread -- was there some type of surgery she had?
Complete thread -- Previous mild degree of heart disease, seizure disorder?
Complete thread -- s/l astreedees may be ASHD disease nm
Complete thread -- PAST HISTORY: Previous _____ heart disease, seizure disorder.
Complete thread -- PAST HISTORY: Previous _____ heart disease, seizure disorder.
Complete thread -- anyone heard of robot intubation? Neurology consult - Doc mentions what s/l robot-SM
Complete thread -- what comes to mind is "Cepa" (as in Cepacol) lozenges, but
Complete thread -- dysplastic anemia ?
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- VDRL?
Complete thread -- ESL. Patient with fibromyalgia.
Complete thread -- Nah, I don't think he's doing that. He says "diphenhydramine (pause) cephalahgis ..."
Complete thread -- interesting thought. I'll relisten.
Complete thread -- oh well, thanks anyway. I'm flagging this and sending it in. Happy New Year, y'all.
Complete thread -- since he said methylprednisolone prior to CT scans, could he be saying
Complete thread -- can you think of a med that sounds like "seph-uh-LAH-jus"?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- a reticulocyte count of 2.5 which is appropriate for *dis stick leaf* anemia
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! Have a great day
Complete thread -- phlebolith
Complete thread -- No ureteral stone or dilation. There is a s/l flevelift on right side near the smg
Complete thread -- found hcg shots, b-12 shots, and Lipotropics shots for weight loss if that helps
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- I hear him saying "to" twice and then rotavirus infection.
Complete thread -- he was admitted to the hospital for dehydration secondary to _____ virus infection.
Complete thread -- wav - just checking, is doctor saying rotavirus infection or something else?
Complete thread -- help with weight loss term
Complete thread -- and I learned today, I can't use the term public domain loosely, it has its specific
Complete thread -- oops.. should be doubt
Complete thread -- as stated below, I was denoting the publicly available part, not IP rights part. Agree
Complete thread -- pl sm
Complete thread -- every page of this site has a copyright notice with my name on it.
Complete thread -- pl sm
Complete thread -- anyone who comes to this site can access those .wav files
Complete thread -- what's in the public domain?
Complete thread -- some of them could, there are 2200 to choose from (up from 600 the last time I looked).
Complete thread -- Thanks for explaining. I guess I never noticed it before, and was
Complete thread -- no change, that's been there for a couple of years, SM
Complete thread -- my assumption is the word board (BB) can provide an archives collection of .wav/mp3 along
Complete thread -- I should say it says "permit file to be archived for future use*
Complete thread -- MP3 deleted now
Complete thread -- googling only the 3 words in your subject line would have given you the
Complete thread -- question for billybob. When posting a WAV/MP3 now, a message
Complete thread -- oh, got it. thanks so much. and "introduced into," not "through"
Complete thread -- 10 suction catheter (blah blah blah) which was subsequently introduced.
Complete thread -- MP3. Missed abortion, D and C. added extra text surrounding for more context.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- left axis deviation.
Complete thread -- left axis deviation
Complete thread -- A 12-lead ECG shows sinus rhythm with a left anterior fascicular block ...
Complete thread -- nicely done.
Complete thread -- Oooh, thanks, that's probably it. I marked it and sent it already though.
Complete thread -- without a report enclosed on her chest x-ray. (there was no report
Complete thread -- Nope, me either. Going to give it another listen when I'm done.
Complete thread -- in other words, no, what ASR put doesn't make sense, to me.
Complete thread -- a report being something? (thinking...)
Complete thread -- Does this make sense to anyone. "...without a s/l reporting closed on chest x-ray. sm
Complete thread -- We all do it. It's the foolish person that doesn't ask. :)
Complete thread -- yes, poi. Now I feel foolish. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- common bile duct (CBD)
Complete thread -- s/l cbd stent placement
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- First one is "aspirin use."
Complete thread -- or maybe PE for pulmonary embolism?
Complete thread -- could it be "PE" for preeclampsia? Just a guess.
Complete thread -- don't know the first blank, second blank is TIMI risk score of 3
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- were no broken saccades
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- were no broken saccades.
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- There was no broken ________ ...
Complete thread -- sniffles
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- On review of systems, he has had runny nose and _________that improved ...
Complete thread -- normotension shows up on PubMed.
Complete thread -- maintain "normotensiveness"
Complete thread -- insertion. Thanks
Complete thread -- along with his age and recent last s/l "astreedees gives him a tibier" score of 3.
Complete thread -- blood test word help - sm
Complete thread -- I just wanted to make sure that was what you heard also
Complete thread -- I so agree..1000 x 1000 no.
Complete thread -- There is no "second" sentence..just needed a comma after ablation sm
Complete thread -- I fixed your post so it makes sense..you don't have to use it..it is my
Complete thread -- atherogenic?
Complete thread -- NT-pro-BNP
Complete thread -- which is reasonably close to the elevated __________. ...
Complete thread -- _____________index of 0.75 which is mildly elevated. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- or rushes. rushes - high-pitched, often hyperactive bowel sounds,
Complete thread -- Got it....old ninth rib fracture. Thank you all! nm
Complete thread -- No guarding s/l rushes. Please see message.
Complete thread -- humeral fracture?
Complete thread -- the second sentence makes sense, or are you just pointing out the hyphens?
Complete thread -- left rib fracture?
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- linear fracture
Complete thread -- cc mass and gm are not an equal exchange.
Complete thread -- chest x-ray shows old left s/l "line refracture."
Complete thread -- Same dictator as a below..after ablation. Sentence in quotes doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought it was moderately, but I hear markedly now.
Complete thread -- something markedly.
Complete thread -- oh, of course -- query.
Complete thread -- Tubal ligation surgery. WAV posted
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- No, but thanks.
Complete thread -- chronically?
Complete thread -- it was a s/l "crondly" tethered sac and we cut the sac
Complete thread -- previous mild degree of DVT?
Complete thread -- Previous _____ for DVT and hypercholesterolemia.
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- Yeah. I will leave as dictated. Maybe he can figure it out himself. Thank you, guys
Complete thread -- I'm with you.
Complete thread -- assuming you wanted this to go with this ? below?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- comma after motion and it would make sense to me.
Complete thread -- ACCORD: VERB: To be in agreement, unity, or harmony. See Synonyms at agree.
Complete thread -- there is something wrong with the entire paragraph IMO.
Complete thread -- coli has a LONG I. not LEE.
Complete thread -- Drugs.com wildcard search *zole (drug ending) I looked quickly link
Complete thread -- not sure, if dictator switching back & forth neck/gluteal sm
Complete thread -- ahh but it is pronounced coLEE (E coli)
Complete thread -- maybe none would go there, but I agree with billybob, if you take
Complete thread -- Please look at last sentence. It is as dictated but something is not right. Tx
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I thought that might be it, darlene, but it is co-LEE, not co-LIE
Complete thread -- pots (they issue liscense) link
Complete thread -- ...see picture.
Complete thread -- Mmm. Nooo. This is a numbered list. No colons would go here.
Complete thread -- not enough to go on, have UTI maybe? coli urosepsis as in sm
Complete thread -- equivalent dose.
Complete thread -- a punctuation mark. Colon?
Complete thread -- His total oral morphine s/l "cuban indoors is 198."
Complete thread -- 3. s/l coriaspirations
Complete thread -- Happy New Year to you as well! :-)
Complete thread -- Assessment: 1. s/l corisepsis 2. s/l coriurosepsis
Complete thread -- I'd agree, but I'd put a 40-foot boat. :D
Complete thread -- is a lobster fisherman who has 400 pots and a 40 foot boat. ?
Complete thread -- happy new year!!! ...
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- pyrazoles?
Complete thread -- No, I don't think so, it s/l pirizolS. Thanks, though. Flagging it.
Complete thread -- ^above was an archives quote
Complete thread -- a guess... Omeprazole? (I have one physician who pronounces it Om-peri-zole) - g j g f p f
Complete thread -- s/l "pirizols"
Complete thread -- Thank you ! nm
Complete thread -- Per the JCAHO DO NOT USE LIST, the cc is on the "additional choices" and
Complete thread -- Wow, well, okay. if that's how you have to do it.
Complete thread -- I found something that says write out as "cubic centimeters" since it's on the do not use
Complete thread -- I will use that. Makes the most sense. Thank you!
Complete thread -- it it is there. the change is only for liquid volume, not tumor, glands, etc.
Complete thread -- Could this be rippled thrombus anyone???
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Definitely helps to have another perspective.
Complete thread -- Prostate 43 "cc" -- would you change to gm since "cc" not acceptable now?
Complete thread -- I think cruel fits real well with torturing, burning..
Complete thread -- "described as" means how the patient described it SM
Complete thread -- recorded?
Complete thread -- s/l cruel pain.....not sure crural fits here....thanks for the help
Complete thread -- "accorded" or "afforded"? Pls. see msg.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- S/L ribble thrombus sm
Complete thread -- a thousand times, no.
Complete thread -- yes thanks, that is exactly it!
Complete thread -- On research on MT Stars, I found this. Not sure if it has anything to do with it but the
Complete thread -- what does "ETO" stand for in psych sm plse
Complete thread -- Yep, I guess that it is. Definition of infrarenal is occurring below the kidneys. thanks
Complete thread -- infrarenal
Complete thread -- arterial?
Complete thread -- nope.
Complete thread -- Look on Google for textile radial grafts and see if this is it. nm
Complete thread -- S/L intrarenal sm
Complete thread -- Cardiac cath findings
Complete thread -- frog-leg?
Complete thread -- That is the best way. Then make a note of QA says and next time he says, you have it.
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- Thanks, I left it and flagged but it was pretty clear. Just needed proof.
Complete thread -- If I heard circular POP, would not hestitate to use it. If you doubt what you hear, I
Complete thread -- ok that could be, thank you.
Complete thread -- This link is why I was so hot on circular POP. After I found that, it made sense to me.
Complete thread -- Found this: Pre-op post-op = POP brace (not sure about the circular now)
Complete thread -- Speech needs a cap
Complete thread -- Hysterectomy in 1972, _____ surgery on her eyes, angiogram in 2000.
Complete thread -- We are going to go ahead and have speech see him to work with him with VitalStim sm
Complete thread -- what exactly is before your s/l?
Complete thread -- s/l Glen surgery on the eyes, (not lens)
Complete thread -- Yes! That is it. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Am I missing something? They agreed to stop it, yet she was discharged on it?
Complete thread -- could it be "aspiration of?" like an FNA?
Complete thread -- oh,good!
Complete thread -- PRADAXA (dabigatran etexilate mesylate)
Complete thread -- Oh thanks for all the help.
Complete thread -- MEd help
Complete thread -- Yes it is Wegener's granulomatosis. It is aspiration and Wegener's granulomatosis.
Complete thread -- thanks, I'll listen for that
Complete thread -- sorry about the spelling. Wegener's granulomatosis
Complete thread -- I don't get the aspiration part)
Complete thread -- That makes sense too.
Complete thread -- a certain period of time? (Pt can only manage to comply for so long.)
Complete thread -- Wegener's granulomatosis
Complete thread -- I hear Wegner's granulomatosis.. is there more context?
Complete thread -- I also think that it is possibly they reviewed the circular (literature) given on the proc
Complete thread -- Indication for the consultation is aspiration _____.
Complete thread -- Sorry, but NM. I've decided it's abduction both times. The latter one is
Complete thread -- revision?
Complete thread -- Make sense to say shoulder *adduction* in one part of exam & then *abduction*? SM
Complete thread -- Again, if you listen and hear circular, would not change to surgical. They do circular
Complete thread -- tx that is it!
Complete thread -- psych consult, plse sm
Complete thread -- Vascular doctor We discussed options of s/l revert endarterectomy, ...
Complete thread -- never have heard either of those. Skin where? op for what?
Complete thread -- ??Insorb staples??
Complete thread -- unless they are referring to a department "orthopedic surgerY", if that was what
Complete thread -- Skin closed using s/l "intoward" or "insert" staples ?
Complete thread -- Oops, sorry. Missed that. You were going for surgical not circular. Ignore me.
Complete thread -- My thought was they do circular casts. Circular preop makes no sense.
Complete thread -- I am going to throw out a suggestion - could POP be plaster of Paris?
Complete thread -- oh thank you.
Complete thread -- surgical preop. Should be orthopedic surgeon, not surgery.
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- WAG-mucoperiosteal?
Complete thread -- Neck exam: She has a tracheostomy in place with tracheostomy ties.
Complete thread -- Need some more info. Like is it a tracheostomy they are talking about - like is this a
Complete thread -- the patient has a s/l soft bone pattern mucho-tracheostomy??
Complete thread -- I never think of you folks as picking on me. It is always constructive.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much, poi.
Complete thread -- does to me, cancers are often discovered from metastatic sites
Complete thread -- Well, you definitely don't need us picking on you then! Keep postin, we love helpin!
Complete thread -- . I am concerned that this may be a metastatic lymph node from otherwise occult cance
Complete thread -- Class totally makes sense.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Quite nice of all of you. I do put in about 10 hours a day and work
Complete thread -- Hearing does get "tired" with long hours of intense listening
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for that info. He must mean that.
Complete thread -- Short note and need to move on. Will flag.
Complete thread -- There is a Conn's syndrome *see message*
Complete thread -- flaggin
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming.
Complete thread -- To me that would mean that one (single) level was done and that one was low.
Complete thread -- If they only did one, that would be a single.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I just annoy myself to miss those that once I hear them, are actually quite easy!
Complete thread -- paraprotein in the gamma-globulin fraction which is IgG kappa *class.* Does that
Complete thread -- A "single" aldosterone level was low. Does "single" sound correct? THanks.
Complete thread -- See complete sentence, please
Complete thread -- nevermind, that doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- therapeutic?
Complete thread -- Got it- intermaxillary, barely audible though.
Complete thread -- “cons” tumor of the left adrenal gland.
Complete thread -- I still think you are just very focused and can't get passed it, you
Complete thread -- intermaxillary fixation?
Complete thread -- not familiar with it, but a lot of google hits for rigid.
Complete thread -- s/l tera-penty
Complete thread -- Sorry I missed the post below. My husband tells me I have a hearing deficit and
Complete thread -- Pt with bilateral maxillary fx sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a million. This helped.
Complete thread -- thanks... Peyronie disease
Complete thread -- see link inside
Complete thread -- s/l pay-ronee's disease?
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- S/L on a lower extremity arterial treadmill. sm
Complete thread -- I have a set with a volume controller on the headset in addition
Complete thread -- Got it - Nirschl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks...just hope the OP didn't give up after all my WAGing!
Complete thread -- Orthopedics help - She is now over four weeks status post left elbow S ...
Complete thread -- agree with this one.. good job with comma poi
Complete thread -- *oh the beauty of commas*
Complete thread -- confusing it worse, but when I re-read the impression and he
Complete thread -- Well, even if I didn't above, I finally managed to offend someone. ;)
Complete thread -- No. He is saying "fluid ingestion"
Complete thread -- I liked my *various* suggestion, different types of degenerative
Complete thread -- lansoprazole
Complete thread -- not really, because he says minimal...
Complete thread -- I agree that it does not seem right, but didnt want to argue. Does barest make sense?
Complete thread -- various?
Complete thread -- a condition or position rather than location. I still can't wrap my brain around varused
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Lewy body dementia
Complete thread -- there is a "Lewy body dementia"
Complete thread -- I believe you're looking for Lewy's.
Complete thread -- This doctor frequently mispronounces drugs, names,
Complete thread -- It was a good suggestion...and I actually happen to prefer the
Complete thread -- Genu varus, a condition where the alignment of the leg passes through medial compartment
Complete thread -- I don't think varused degenerative changes makes sense. Unfortunately
Complete thread -- see link first hit
Complete thread -- blank also s/l barest ??? so either barest or varused? Do either make sense?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I know, like I said, no offense, but somehow I'm able to get acdaca's wavs
Complete thread -- yep, that's it a 10 x 5 cm area -- thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- s/l varused
Complete thread -- seems fine - see link
Complete thread -- s/l reamings. Please see msg
Complete thread -- sheesh....missed the spellcheck button again!
Complete thread -- I agree with Mgt's fan. I very often experience the *post it/solve it* in
Complete thread -- I agree with the 10 xx 5 cm area of......
Complete thread -- agree with above helper, a *10* x 5 cm ?
Complete thread -- a ___ by 5 cm (should be another number, maybe 10)
Complete thread -- surrounding wound is now inflamed
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Amrix
Complete thread -- Med: s/l Air X. He says it's just like Flexeril. Used for knee pain.
Complete thread -- Doctors perform back-formations all the time. HE should get what he SAID
Complete thread -- Tue Jul 22 08:18:37 2008
Complete thread -- I understand your genuine concern for acdaca, while I agree with possible audio sm
Complete thread -- Nope, but thanks for your suggestion.
Complete thread -- He's so clear which is what's throwing me off.
Complete thread -- contained? not sure it makes sense though
Complete thread -- some testing will incure with? some testing with her office..?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- some testing with s/l incur office drawing of blood. Whether she has had a clonidin
Complete thread -- I hear it quite a bit. The preceptor precepted the patient is how it makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
Complete thread -- Or, and no offense intended, again, could you possibly have a little hearing problem?
Complete thread -- It what way does it make sense and I have been an MT for 18 years and have never heard it
Complete thread -- acdaca, no offense intended, but do you have good headphones/decent audio
Complete thread -- Yes, it makes sense and is used not uncommonly.
Complete thread -- But that is not an actual word and the noun would be precept which makes not sense either.
Complete thread -- preceptor is the supervising physician responsible for the med student, P.A., NP, etc, if
Complete thread -- I think he is trying to say just what he is saying. Just a fancy way they frequently say
Complete thread -- What is this ESL trying to say? D: The patient has been seen and "precepted" by
Complete thread -- I agree, think there's a little Southern drawl in there...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- infection is what I hear
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks
Complete thread -- I'll relisten. Thank you.
Complete thread -- sounds like fascia, ends in tia, cia, that sound.
Complete thread -- oxcarbazepine?
Complete thread -- Pain medicine doctor says that the neurologist gave the patient
Complete thread -- Oligella ureolytica ???
Complete thread -- 2 to 6 mg IV ?
Complete thread -- Requip (generic name ropinirole) and Mirapex (generic name pramipexole) for RLS
Complete thread -- Morphine **tu tu** 6 mg IV every 2 hours PRN pain. S/l 226, but that
Complete thread -- do you have a list of meds?
Complete thread -- notice that the previous post has a "-" before NM while this one has a "+" before SM
Complete thread -- if you put "s" in the message box, it looks like there is a message when there is not.
Complete thread -- TY!!!!!
Complete thread -- I WISH it was lexapro - thanks
Complete thread -- organism sensitive to ampicillin which s/l onita litika
Complete thread -- migraine equivalent???
Complete thread -- Patient with severe headache. Check for migraine vs. migraine "ick-u-lent" causing
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- lexapro - for depression? do you have a complete list of meds?
Complete thread -- Riyadh
Complete thread -- The proximal colon was clamped with a _____. s/l - "lemonshod" or "lennonshod"
Complete thread -- Ever heard of "ree-at" in the Middle East? thanks
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- globus pallidus lacune
Complete thread -- Name of medication sounds like "les-pro-zol" (see msg)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- CT showed right "global spell i dus lack oon" (parkinsonian patient)
Complete thread -- s/l ultra exposure of brachial artery
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- retrograde? antegrade? - guesses
Complete thread -- fluoroscopy to do a (progreade) stick down
Complete thread -- pars flaccida
Complete thread -- right bulging s/l "par slas ida" right eardrum.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion. :)
Complete thread -- oh thanks for the lead
Complete thread -- *lateral* aspect of spinal cord?
Complete thread -- spinal cord prob on MRI - please see msg
Complete thread -- slow down?
Complete thread -- what the heck is he saying?
Complete thread -- 8-cc seems right.
Complete thread -- I thought that at first, but it made no sense, so I switched to 8-cc. Thanks! Will flag.
Complete thread -- 80-cc?
Complete thread -- ACC? (whatever that means)
Complete thread -- wav help. Is the doctor saying 8-cc testes, or something else?
Complete thread -- I don't think it is a big issue, judging by how offshore workers
Complete thread -- BTW, Anesthesia is an entity in this sentence and should be capped.
Complete thread -- Well, according to archives facetotomy is not a word. That's all I have
Complete thread -- MRI lumbar spine. Dr. clearly dictated facetotomy. Is this is a real word or is it
Complete thread -- Op equipment help
Complete thread -- agree with kaz; s/l "perf'd" slang/short for perforated
Complete thread -- he is saying fluid chest, so thank you a lot!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- fluid in the chest. (albumin is used to treat/prevent interstitial pulmonary edema)
Complete thread -- He was given albumin by anesthesia to address any fluid s/l chest. Exlaparotomy
Complete thread -- perforated?
Complete thread -- Prior surgeries include pacemaker placement; he has now undergone lapa ...
Complete thread -- S/l systemics
Complete thread -- Wow. Thanks for the link. Looks like a good homeschool reference site too. :-)
Complete thread -- Saudi? Also maybe take a look at working at a hospital there. SM
Complete thread -- will do!
Complete thread -- oops... not that... suggest the same...
Complete thread -- yeah. I was just coming back to suggest that same.. flag ic and let us know when you know
Complete thread -- Mgt's fan you are WONDERFUL!!! thanks. gonna flag the IC though.
Complete thread -- google the owl at purdue. I use that site a lot.
Complete thread -- just a WAG for IC.. could it be i.c. (between meals) [L. inter cibos] also i.c., int. cib.
Complete thread -- Friend Hubby is a computer guy so we were musing about HIPAA, secure servers overseas, etc
Complete thread -- 2nd = isosorbide mononitrate; vitamins can have hundreds of brand names/forms, sm
Complete thread -- need help with 3 parts of this sentence - Ortho note - verbatim acct
Complete thread -- unless hodgiz is Dr. Hodge's office. lol. But, yeah. Billybob's suggestion is really
Complete thread -- the technical question poses absolutely no barrier if money is not an issue for employer.
Complete thread -- googled the beejesus w/o luck. Any chance your s/l "Gleich" is instead "fascial," SM
Complete thread -- thanks Dona...
Complete thread -- It was the technical question I had in mind, but your answer helps. Thx.
Complete thread -- Didn't know if their might be some military spouses working from overseas on the board.
Complete thread -- (you said it better than I!! lol :-)
Complete thread -- I would make "He tripped over a step." a new sentence.
Complete thread -- "offshore" now has scads of meanings, and various meanings continue to evolve..
Complete thread -- Wouldn't that be a question for your employer? I am not
Complete thread -- is my punctuation correct here or would you do it differently? maybe start a new sent
Complete thread -- I flagged it. Sometimes I miss brandname combined terms, like Absorbofix or something...
Complete thread -- I don't know, but I wonder if doc is trying to say "thick" rather than "fix," your "x" sou
Complete thread -- Friend Hubby is retired AF. We lived overseas for 12 years - sm
Complete thread -- Well, if you're offshore, common English terms are a puzzle, to be sure.
Complete thread -- Crepitus isn't just for fx bone ends. Also for air(any gas) in tissues. SM
Complete thread -- absorbable *s/l: fix* sutures. Is this a brand name?
Complete thread -- lost old job and no new one yet..between jobs. Out of one house, not in another..between
Complete thread -- possibly. Still kind of hear R in there. Will listen again. If unsure, will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Cardizem CD?
Complete thread -- q.i.d.?
Complete thread -- cardizem s/l qrd. Need to write it out.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- semi-colon; new independent clause.
Complete thread -- would you use a comma or semicolon before others?
Complete thread -- Flagging
Complete thread -- s/l saratropide
Complete thread -- I bet you it was chorionicity! Thanks, makes sense now. ...
Complete thread -- nevermind. It was Elmiron
Complete thread -- Need a guess
Complete thread -- with dichorionic twins which have a separate membrane (dichorionic). Monochotionic
Complete thread -- nuchal translucency?
Complete thread -- Fetal ultrasound terminology
Complete thread -- Hematoma on back of head with no "surface calvarium."
Complete thread -- T-angle (thoracic angle?)
Complete thread -- densities might just be it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- densities?
Complete thread -- infiltrates?
Complete thread -- s/l: bibasilar pulmonary *dats-di* - sm
Complete thread -- my simpler rule -- transcribe it as it's dictated SM
Complete thread -- here's the trademark specimen for SureSound.
Complete thread -- Got it. It was "hyperpolymenorrhea."
Complete thread -- In this case, Rogers' is correct because that 'g' compounds the 's' sound and it would be
Complete thread -- unfortunately, no. You use the apostrophe+s even when the name ends in S, unless the
Complete thread -- http://www.waybuilder.net/sweethaven/MedTech/Dental/Dental01/Dental01_v1.asp?file=0205
Complete thread -- any name ending with s has s' and names other than s have 's ...
Complete thread -- equal burn?
Complete thread -- Do you have a "rule" or trick that helps you remember when it ...
Complete thread -- "s/l equa-burn" (PLease help. Thank you)
Complete thread -- NovaSure: SureSound Uterine Cavity Measuring DeviceLearn how to select and prepare patient
Complete thread -- uterine sound
Complete thread -- Ms. Rogers' ...
Complete thread -- "s/l suresound". (Please Help. Thank you)
Complete thread -- Ms. Rogers’s preference is for... ...
Complete thread -- Chronic "hyperbalamenorrhea", to be admitted for hysterectomy.
Complete thread -- yes, makes sense to me, grating of bones together.
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- recommend to give her s/l "axiolitics evaluation."
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now (stat). Will flag.
Complete thread -- breathing maneuvers
Complete thread -- Would "crepitus" in forehead contusion make any sense? I did look up definition
Complete thread -- tried breathing s/l "money verse" that she was told by Speech Therapy
Complete thread -- (thanks!:-)
Complete thread -- (thanks!:-)
Complete thread -- long e sound or long i sound? (Sorry if not apparent to me from your spelling.)
Complete thread -- nobody heard a such a thing, a genuine blank then?
Complete thread -- the fascia on the left side was closed using a Gleich device without difficulty
Complete thread -- Can you provide more context?
Complete thread -- s/l Gleich device in surgery
Complete thread -- Oops, just found it. Brandt-Daroff!
Complete thread -- ENT: "She has been doing the *Branderaff* exercises..."
Complete thread -- I was so into that being 1 word, never would have gotten it.
Complete thread -- You are so good!
Complete thread -- Cytomel and Lescol?
Complete thread -- Also patient is female.
Complete thread -- sent WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Oh my, of course it is URIs. DAHDAHDAH. Thanks
Complete thread -- Not sure if this is 1 word or two. Sounds like sidenil escol.
Complete thread -- Just for clarifying. here is the original thread. I think that the final word should be
Complete thread -- ahh, it was thought to be a normal standard dose, oh my, oh my nm
Complete thread -- last week we were discussing plain x-rays and shielding, these articles deal
Complete thread -- s/l coons dean is likely secundines (afterbirth)
Complete thread -- that other link is all in regard to overdoses also, not standard normal use, although
Complete thread -- That link is regarding use of linear accelerators and overdosing and rad leaks,
Complete thread -- lst week there wz mention of radiation prob. & lack of pt protection etc 3 links
Complete thread -- Duh, and in being prompted by your questions, I realize she must be stumbling
Complete thread -- Oops, sorry 'bout that. Pt being seen for tubular adenomas of the cecum and hepatic
Complete thread -- "as in history of present illness"....what does HPI say?
Complete thread -- what does the history of present illness say?
Complete thread -- URIs (upper respiratory infections)
Complete thread -- S/L uro eyes sm
Complete thread -- On ROS, she states letters *GEI* under skin part. Please SM for full context.
Complete thread -- depending on account. Per the BoS that is fine. (equals 7500)
Complete thread -- please see message
Complete thread -- What word book do you have?!
Complete thread -- I would guess 3 vessel cord or 3VC, but doesn't match s/l
Complete thread -- Thanks for looking. flagged. ...
Complete thread -- placenta
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oops, He has undergone, on 11/22/2010, EMG.
Complete thread -- He has undergone on 11/22/2010 EMG?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- an, because "eleven" begins with a vowel that sounds like a vowel
Complete thread -- QA left it blank-- I think it was a brain cloud-- didn't make sense...thanks!
Complete thread -- He has undergone an 11/22/10 EMG (a or an?)
Complete thread -- searching onelook (or above text/search box for same) "M* fracture" also gives the answer
Complete thread -- and look for words similar to the S/L from the results.. and found in 7th or 8th hit
Complete thread -- I would have googled the words before and after the s/l (excluding the s/l) sm
Complete thread -- p.s. also not in my "orthopedics" section of my word book
Complete thread -- thank you very much, I didn't have a clue didn't know how to Google it
Complete thread -- Maisonneuve
Complete thread -- s/l right ankle "mass-and-you" fracture pls sm for sentence
Complete thread -- okay talked to the rad.. its subtle.. :)
Complete thread -- or maybe it's just "subtle" urothelial tumor????
Complete thread -- Renal Sonogram
Complete thread -- Me 2!
Complete thread -- thanks acdaca --
Complete thread -- Make mine dark chocolate please..LOL
Complete thread -- Sometimes VR has a good idea.
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Kleihauer-Betke (KLB)
Complete thread -- this is patient 32 weeks pregnant with vaginal bleeding.
Complete thread -- Note - if not is.
Complete thread -- flagging--thank you :)
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I don't know why it won't link, but I just copied and pasted and got
Complete thread -- Thanks! Looks like a reputable site. I then thought to google as
Complete thread -- trying link again
Complete thread -- I only found 1 place that confirmed the inhalation form.
Complete thread -- Any takers on this one? lol-- need to turn it in, but only have this silly flag!
Complete thread -- In med list, *acitretin inhaler.* I can't find this in inhalation form. Please
Complete thread -- more info...
Complete thread -- Oops, I obviously got the first blank I posted inside, so ignore the *toe-fire*! Need help
Complete thread -- No tophi or evidence of *an-tih-citis.* The films of the SI joints....
Complete thread -- Maybe more context would help. What is said before this or what are they
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- probably guttate
Complete thread -- I don't think that is right-- any thoughts? S/l intel?
Complete thread -- I don't think that is right-- any thoughts?
Complete thread -- No onycholysis or *gate-tee* patches suggestive of psoriasis. Rheumatology note.
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense-- referring to ENTAIL?
Complete thread -- acapella® Vibratory PEP Therapy SystemThe acapella® from Smiths Medical combines the benef
Complete thread -- thanks to you all
Complete thread -- Dental report on child. D: Composite resin restorations on tooth number E "dash
Complete thread -- could hypersol by aerosol?
Complete thread -- guessing acapella but can't think of hypersol
Complete thread -- Pt with SOB and mucus plugging, bone pain. Sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- you see disc bulge and osteophytes frequently. I would just put a comma in there.
Complete thread -- ESL
Complete thread -- soooo then the aorta and pulmonary valves? sm
Complete thread -- Never mind. I figured it must be "double valve." Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- see msg. TY
Complete thread -- I have not but would not hesitate to do so as itis means inflammation and it makes sense.
Complete thread -- Nevermind. Am going to send to QA so they can decide.
Complete thread -- My doctor just dictated the word "hemorrhoiditis" Here is the context:
Complete thread -- Agree totally. QA has quit QA'ing me so most of what I ask is simply for my own piece of
Complete thread -- That is one of those things that I would not expand if it were me and the account
Complete thread -- maybe doc actually dictated "Bactrim for prophy of SBP in him"??? (I Like it!)
Complete thread -- I agree, all would probably work fine it is just trying to figure out what QA wants is all
Complete thread -- one-to-one nursing is what I would do. while it is still a ratio (like 1:1), I reserve
Complete thread -- I bet you are correct, "acadaca"! I'm imagining a person w/ incr BMI and I certainly see
Complete thread -- 1-to-1 or one-to-one nursing
Complete thread -- interesting....I know of "increased BMI" in fat folks.....
Complete thread -- I am guessing pelvic tilt angle based on this search.
Complete thread -- SBP is indeed sometimes "prophy'd for" with Bactrim; "b" can certainly sound like "v."
Complete thread -- http://www.google.com/search?q=increased+t+angle
Complete thread -- The patient is signigicantly overweight and has an increased s/l T angle.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I imagine they are all ok.
Complete thread -- in this particular situation, I would use middle one - 1 to 1, but your call nm
Complete thread -- 1-1 or 1 to 1 or 1:1?
Complete thread -- by FIM meaning functional independence measurement? link
Complete thread -- Peritonitis inflammation of membrane which lines inside of abdomen and a
Complete thread -- pure guess, more text info needed but ? spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP)
Complete thread -- yeah, now looking at it, agree with you too.
Complete thread -- or gastroenterology? (GI - maybe saying GI ology for his own slang/short ??? weird though)
Complete thread -- Thanks for your confirmation! I became so excited seeing Oasis's solution I posted my repl
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- Yes - because if you turn it around - As he is taking aspirn and Plavix, I would not rec..
Complete thread -- (surely that must be correct!)
Complete thread -- IMHO just the one comma where it is works appropriately
Complete thread -- that would only work having both commas like that if you could take that part out and
Complete thread -- it is urology
Complete thread -- I would, but I would also put one before "which"
Complete thread -- Should there be a comma before "as" when it's used to mean "because"? For example:
Complete thread -- SVPM: does anyone recognize this acronym? Error in one of the letters?
Complete thread -- I know this is obvious, but could it be Urology?
Complete thread -- unfortunately Bactrim is a drug commonly used for prophy of all sorts of med problems.
Complete thread -- could your s/l be a Provider's name instead of a Department name?
Complete thread -- oops... sorry there was no wav
Complete thread -- old wav still up.
Complete thread -- The patient has a virgin abdomen with no prior exploration, raising (?) concern
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- patient was to follow up with *geology* for cystoscopy
Complete thread -- i.e., subject-verb agreement. you know what I mean.
Complete thread -- You have a point, because she said "does" instead of "do," but she has a major
Complete thread -- The patient reports he has been taking his medications. He reports he ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, all. I hadn't thought about needing confirmation for the meaning,
Complete thread -- I read it as all cause itching (very common reaction) and specs say stack so would have to
Complete thread -- Are you sure all lead to itching, or just Levaquin and Vicodin . .
Complete thread -- given client specifications, I would do as you show, redundant or not.
Complete thread -- can you hear "TKO"? as in "to keep open," for keeping the vein open.
Complete thread -- maybe TKO? ("to keep open" on the IV, which means it keeps running at a slow rate)
Complete thread -- Ideas for formatting this? We're required to list meds/allergies in a stacked format,
Complete thread -- The patient was given 2 liters of normal saline in the emergency room. ...
Complete thread -- :-) Curious: did he do so thereafter? jest wonderin'...lol!
Complete thread -- your messageS, SM :-)
Complete thread -- (you don't suppose doc misheard his Med School professor's "13" as a "30" and has been SM
Complete thread -- and I thank you for the info inside your message, sm. :-)
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- Oops! You know what?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- guess it is NOT BB or he would have spoken up by now
Complete thread -- oops meant to say many instead of may systems.
Complete thread -- yup. doc says it all the time. I didn't think there were that may systems either.
Complete thread -- Are you sure it's not 13-point? Hyphen. nm
Complete thread -- I am so sorry to beat a dead horse but i went back to Nov 23 and that was not my post but
Complete thread -- Found it. fourchette
Complete thread -- billybob is this you
Complete thread -- oh. sorry. thanks for helping me!
Complete thread -- unless this is billybob I cannot see how you can tell
Complete thread -- how would you know that I asked this question? i do not come here that often? just curiou
Complete thread -- I reviewed her 30 point review of systems or I reviewed her 30-point review of system
Complete thread -- n/m I am going to flag this one.
Complete thread -- Check archives. You asked about a similar sentence on Nov 23 and was
Complete thread -- hard to understand doc. unsure if he said with or width, although patient states
Complete thread -- thank u hadopk!
Complete thread -- Vaginal exam as part of H&P. s/l forshed/foreshed?
Complete thread -- it should be
Complete thread -- in this case outside
Complete thread -- OOPS. fast fingers. was Bell's palsy named after someone? just wondering if it should be
Complete thread -- was Bell
Complete thread -- Always have trouble with this. ugh! does the period go in or outside of the quotes
Complete thread -- I understood perfectly it was verbatim, that is why I would
Complete thread -- got this off google didn't ya? i saw that too but do not fully trust google.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Mine too, just an opinion. Thought I'd give the perspective of someone who
Complete thread -- sorry. it is at this point. sorry my bad typo. ALSO is my comma after point necessary?
Complete thread -- thanks all. even though it is verbatim i think i will go with Lo and add the # sign.
Complete thread -- I believe I said *I* would flag, you wouldn't. It was just an opinion.
Complete thread -- if the phrase or word you are sticking into the middle of the sentence could "go away"
Complete thread -- they said it was verbatim.
Complete thread -- comma
Complete thread -- this is my take: At this point I will bridge her to the trial of oxycodone 5 mg
Complete thread -- US/American English spelling is trialed, not trialled.
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me, like he is in the middle of making job change/sm
Complete thread -- Actually, one time I looked up on google something and brought it to the sm
Complete thread -- He is currently having marital stress. He is between jobs and between ...
Complete thread -- I work in pathology so it is little different world than Med/surg or off-site sm
Complete thread -- Is that supposed to indicate every 6 hours? I would flag.
Complete thread -- why yes it is a word..but spelled with 2 Ls
Complete thread -- oh okay. thanks!
Complete thread -- would you type out six or use 6. it seems to run together if I use 6. see mess and
Complete thread -- jumping the gun a bit? lol. just need an excuse for partying? ;)
Complete thread -- Search box, top left. That's where I always start here, before posting.
Complete thread -- Verbatim acct. is trialed a word or did the doc make it up as he likes to do? thank
Complete thread -- HAPPY NEW YEAR everyone!!!
Complete thread -- seems many of them are having great vacation. The board looks slowwwwwtoday!
Complete thread -- There are some links in the archives, might try there
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I don't see what 8 or 9 have to do with this, but you do it as you feel you should.
Complete thread -- http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:OnIc74Qou3cJ:www.grammarbook.com/punc
Complete thread -- I'd not use commas in this case.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- where are these rules you both are referencing? Do you have a link?
Complete thread -- Rule 20: ...when used as
Complete thread -- needs commas.
Complete thread -- thanks. found that one. not as helpful as I had hoped.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I thought of that, like atopic dermatitis, but I've never heard it used this way.
Complete thread -- atopy atopy /at·o·py/ (at´ah-pe) a genetic predisposition toward the development of immedi
Complete thread -- atopy atopy /at·o·py/ (at´ah-pe) a genetic predisposition toward the development of immedi
Complete thread -- pediatric pulmonology consult - "s/l" Atippy
Complete thread -- Oh, dagnabbit!!! "I would grit my teeth and type "perforate defect." SM
Complete thread -- I really admire a doc willing to give his MT the reins when the judgment is in the MT's
Complete thread -- Rule 20. Use commas surrounding words such as therefore and however when they are used as
Complete thread -- Rule 20. Use commas surrounding words such as therefore and however when they are used as
Complete thread -- Then you, ifbbcj, and I agree. I would grit my teeth and type "perforated defect"
Complete thread -- I prefer without
Complete thread -- Could check some of these, there is even a video, but I didn't check it out
Complete thread -- Thanks guys.
Complete thread -- does anybody have a good link for FIM score/ratings?
Complete thread -- emergent abdomen with no prior exploration which raises concern about the ...(?)
Complete thread -- I would :)
Complete thread -- comma help
Complete thread -- #2 raises concern about the etiology of the obstruction.
Complete thread -- The patient _____ abdomen with no prior exploration _____ consent _____ sm
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- which raises the question, can't something be structually normal but mildly thickened?
Complete thread -- retroperitoneally.
Complete thread -- maybe so, will try that, thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- in right peritoneal ?
Complete thread -- decided he is correcting himself.
Complete thread -- WAV posted. Sm for diagnoses.
Complete thread -- from what I am reading, the rooting reflux can reappear in neurological conditions
Complete thread -- is he stumbling/correcting? could it be: This perforating vessel was incised as it....
Complete thread -- patient, she is 70
Complete thread -- wav posted sm (so, do I just assume he is correcting himself?)
Complete thread -- No, I don't think so. hmmm. Thanks
Complete thread -- is the patient a baby? *rooting reflex is a baby's automatic... *
Complete thread -- thanks to both of you. loading another one soon. sigh.
Complete thread -- She has pouting with tapping of her lips, but no s/l rooting or routin ...
Complete thread -- within the fascia?
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV on this.
Complete thread -- suggestions: paroxysmal septal motion noted. Borderline ejection...
Complete thread -- overall?
Complete thread -- breast reconstruction messed up sentence help, please?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- Go ahead and post yours.
Complete thread -- (have you decided what to do about your blank yet? let me know 'cuz I have one to post
Complete thread -- believe me, I have tried!!\
Complete thread -- Consider the source (Win) and just ignore comments like that
Complete thread -- Would anyone have an idea on this. sm
Complete thread -- she says both as one thing. New dictator and she is the most turned around
Complete thread -- Then you have to listen to the wav and figure out my blank ! LOL :)
Complete thread -- maybe QBL- quantitative blood loss?
Complete thread -- thanks, Poi! stick around....I may need you again. very soon.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- EBL-estimated blood loss
Complete thread -- yes, in the range of normal, it is near the top.
Complete thread -- I am struggling with an echocardiogram; all new to me, but this guy is saying things
Complete thread -- QBL (blood loss of some kind?) s/m
Complete thread -- does "even though rate was explained" make sense since she is talking about
Complete thread -- Thanks. Agreed..Margaret's is best but until he gives me permission sm
Complete thread -- gag. I wouldn't be in the mood for her ever. ... ... I'd ask for a template on her. they
Complete thread -- Well, Mgt has the best suggestion, but perforate is not correct. the appendix
Complete thread -- same as below, H&P for tubal ligation and ablation WAV posted
Complete thread -- Thanks!! But, did you submit a perforate defect or a perforated defect?
Complete thread -- pathology tissue submitted for cassettes. Peforated appendix. sm
Complete thread -- If it was clear what he dictated, I'd not have a question.
Complete thread -- Thank you Margaret. He is not clear with ate or ated and when sm
Complete thread -- Thanks to both.
Complete thread -- failure of the
Complete thread -- failure of
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- H&P- preoperative tubal ligation and ablation.
Complete thread -- I haven't done clinic notes in over 10 years, but the only private clinic I worked at
Complete thread -- It still didn't format it the way I typed it. Sorry..Nebber mind.
Complete thread -- When I copied and pasted there was more space between colon
Complete thread -- Anyone ever do clinic notes for someone who wants the first line of each
Complete thread -- Oh, got it....divisum
Complete thread -- Well, here is a Dorland's reference for you. Look under Miles.
Complete thread -- CT scan, they did comment on probable pancreatic s/l "de-beez"
Complete thread -- don't really think it matters a whit; would go with however dictated
Complete thread -- don't really think it matters a whit; would go with however dictated
Complete thread -- Never heard of it before-- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- (you're so cute, nm! I love how you think!! lol! :-)
Complete thread -- Stedman's has it as 1 word, nothing wrong with it.
Complete thread -- I care, too, OP. I would prefer doc had said straight forward "perforation." SM
Complete thread -- unless you guys are aliens, and your nether parts are stuck up in your abdomens, I'd
Complete thread -- Depends?
Complete thread -- hmm, not sure? wanting to change.? I'd go as dictated. sm
Complete thread -- perforate = verb. I will perforate the box so air will get in and out. perforated =
Complete thread -- Nobody cares about this but me but sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for correcting my spelling, I should have checked it before posting.
Complete thread -- once again, I want to say thank you for the wonderful person who told us about
Complete thread -- would not combine, but rather put abdominal perineal resection
Complete thread -- James R. Morison, British surgeon. James Rutherford Morison: British surgeon, 1853–1939. A
Complete thread -- found Morison's pouch.. thank you again
Complete thread -- thank you i will relisten again..
Complete thread -- I haven't heard it called that either. :(
Complete thread -- Morrison's pouch?
Complete thread -- He may mean fluoro but is saying s/l "shooter"...never heard it called that before...?
Complete thread -- no fluid in Sl*morris* patch . see msg
Complete thread -- thanks poi! you ALWAYS come thru for me! You are a Godsend!
Complete thread -- fluoro as in fluoroscopy?
Complete thread -- OMG! you may be right. gonna flag it just in case.
Complete thread -- used the s/l "shooter" to confirm that it was locked into place
Complete thread -- It is an abbreviation so that would be up to you or the account as
Complete thread -- thanks! I am also finding it spelled Allimax but going with your spelling!
Complete thread -- ?"Saunders Pharm Book shows ELA-Max 4% local anesthetic"
Complete thread -- ALLOMAX™ Surgical Graft for Hernia and Abdominal Wall Repair?
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- thanks! it is a verbatim acct so do i spell it mets or expand? no acct specs.
Complete thread -- this s/l ellomax but cannot find anything close to this. pls help.
Complete thread -- abdominoperineal resection
Complete thread -- laparoscopic colectomy?
Complete thread -- metastases
Complete thread -- thank you both very much
Complete thread -- it sounds like doc is saying mets? see mess and thanks.
Complete thread -- that's a very good idea, to avoid "biased/predisposed ears" syndrome.
Complete thread -- cardiac note help pls. s/l APR? see mess and thanks!
Complete thread -- just before "as well as?
Complete thread -- Oh no. You were right on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- oh good, maybe I didn't misunderstand :)
Complete thread -- Sorry, with wav files I listen before reading. I don't think I understand
Complete thread -- I feel stupid. I thought it was associated.
Complete thread -- under past medical history, history of
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. She is bouncing back and forth which is why she keeps saying under
Complete thread -- I wouldn't... I would put around as well as though.
Complete thread -- do i need a comma after home?
Complete thread -- or else the doctor wants the patient to exercise a long time! :)
Complete thread -- thank yuo both very much!
Complete thread -- i know, a bit backwards isn't it?
Complete thread -- okay, the power of the comma
Complete thread -- lol...still weird, can you turn around to "Exercise is discussed at length."
Complete thread -- Exercise, at length, is discussed.
Complete thread -- plan which is part of numbered items. never heard this before
Complete thread -- :D kitty got a mink?
Complete thread -- Toxic encephalopathy, also known as toxic-metabolic encephalopathy, is a degenerative neur
Complete thread -- you are correct, I belatedly learned! toxic-metabolic encephalopathy, UNLESS patient is SM
Complete thread -- Chapter 8: Toxic-Metabolic Encephalopathies. Although it may appear that a metabolic encep
Complete thread -- most likely is (acute) toxic-metabolic encephalopathy. Rare=transmissible mink encephalop
Complete thread -- Stedman's shows a transmissible mink encephalopathy, but googling, I think
Complete thread -- Hmmmm. I've hever heard of TME, but when I checked around, I found
Complete thread -- what is TME here?
Complete thread -- duh is me. Siting of post is ok after all.
Complete thread -- agree, should be "primarily" meaning "mostly," CAN ambulate a tad, but w/ XS difficulty.
Complete thread -- Sure sounds better. Thanks.
Complete thread -- if can edit, maybe "hemorrhage in the temporal, posterior frontal, and parietal lobes."
Complete thread -- US economy was based on, and linked to, gold. Most famous US political speech. 1896
Complete thread -- commas in the temporal posterior frontal parietal lobar hemorrhage or none?
Complete thread -- Oh, hey. Even though you placed it below OP's post, I knew (or thought I knew)
Complete thread -- as an aside: sure it's not "*primarily* wheelchair bound"?
Complete thread -- sm, I didn't realize you were NOT the OP! That makes it REALLY funny! SM
Complete thread -- That IS too funny!! thanks for closing the loop!!
Complete thread -- yw, and my many many thanks to Mgt, too, for solving the mystery.
Complete thread -- not the smoothest dictator. (Apologies for my "spazmo" on the keyboard!)
Complete thread -- thanks! (had bilat hip dysplasia) I understand OP now. Doc not smoothest=unsm
Complete thread -- thanks! (had bilat hip dysplasia) I understand OP now. Doc not smoothest=unsm
Complete thread -- Too funny. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- ch is pronounced "k" as in "kat or cat," not as in "church"
Complete thread -- Hah! I just deleted a long, nearly incomprehensible post wondering if she was
Complete thread -- I meant the link - look at the link to see if there was anything. I know, my post made no
Complete thread -- This is it. I just listened again and was coming to post...thanks so very much everyone!
Complete thread -- Never mind. My post made no sense. LOL. I need some post holiday sleep!!!!
Complete thread -- hmmm, maybe not. No need to diagnose both diplegia and quadriplegia
Complete thread -- His pain has.
Complete thread -- has - pain. Not back and legs.
Complete thread -- diplegia - I don't know, but you might find something here
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh. No wonder I could get nothing that referred to the abdomen. Thanks
Complete thread -- has or have? thanks!
Complete thread -- distracted by overhead anouncer, doc OT says "Just now they announced that...." then resum
Complete thread -- achalasia. /spastic CP with achalasia and quadriplegia is the meaning. I wouldn't give
Complete thread -- playing with* varying...
Complete thread -- aplasia?
Complete thread -- DX: Cerebral palsy with bilateral hip dysplasia. Hx: A_-old male with spastic
Complete thread -- p.s. I've got 2 windows open now, one with pink nose and the other with brown,
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. He came in obtunded. Really no history given - found brain mets.
Complete thread -- OMIGOSH!!!! I cannot tell you guys how happy you have made me today! I have tinnitus and
Complete thread -- There are at least 2 geckos already in my backyard! I was yelling at them
Complete thread -- don't lizards and snakes eat crickets? could get one of those and let it loose LOL
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks so much! ...
Complete thread -- salivary gland?
Complete thread -- neck infection
Complete thread -- me too! I've actually been googling ways to get rid of this "good luck" critter.
Complete thread -- (thanks!)
Complete thread -- typo involving parentheses above. Should read "HBV and C antibodies," with the H&V omitted
Complete thread -- As long as the letter is with the first number (L3-4) that's fine, unless your account
Complete thread -- sure, glad I could help, hope it works!!
Complete thread -- This is awesome, thanks. I'm curious to see how it will integrate with me working.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- she does some, especially while proof reading.
Complete thread -- "screen for A, B, C; HBV and (HBunderstood)C antibodies, genotype (of HBV and HBC is under
Complete thread -- Thanks! (the link didn't quite work, but I figured it out.)
Complete thread -- believe s/l is adjective modifying genotype, namely "HCV genotype"
Complete thread -- I checked my BoS, V2, page 414, they state "not necessary to
Complete thread -- In the olden days, but now no. However,
Complete thread -- I believe it may be okay. Pt needed STD tests, doc offered to add some routine labs to re
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- makes sense to me...covering all the possibilities
Complete thread -- probably. blanket means covers all. So rather than being tested for just syphilis, for
Complete thread -- rather marked PF, oral steroids, (correcting self:) p.o. steroids for a...
Complete thread -- I don't
Complete thread -- Pt in for STD testing. Dr. offered s/l blanket screening.
Complete thread -- rather mild?
Complete thread -- Curious, if they dictate L3-4, do we change those to L3-L4, add the letter to the....
Complete thread -- Acute exacerbation of asthma, ___, oral steroids
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- and she did better.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ooh! could you post it here? I wonder if I could easily run it the same time I'm using my
Complete thread -- some of the medications were left out ____???
Complete thread -- a co-worker of mind found a web site that plays white noise in the background...
Complete thread -- During this hospitalization, medication adjusted _____
Complete thread -- egads, that's like the dark ages. even BOS 2 made a big point about what a no-no that is.
Complete thread -- I've got a dadblasted cricket in the yard next door driving me crazy at night when I'm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- overt?
Complete thread -- Spent enough time. Never mind.
Complete thread -- Do you have a s/l?
Complete thread -- ostensibly?
Complete thread -- Forgot to mention ESL (kind of a given on my end). Thanks
Complete thread -- All of the above. Kids running around on break driving me crazy.
Complete thread -- Former patient is back in pain clinic after moving to (sm)
Complete thread -- s/l geeb-you-allis antibodies
Complete thread -- s/l return - sm
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- "OM"? Are you trying to access your inner calmness, as in "om mani padme hum,"
Complete thread -- OM. He is saying ethibond. thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Ethibond
Complete thread -- VP shunt placement. s/l FAbomb suture
Complete thread -- QA - yep, you were right! It was gliadin. Thanks a bunch! :)
Complete thread -- Yeah, I think you might be right. I'm onto the next report and he said it again. QA should
Complete thread -- might be anti-gliadin
Complete thread -- NO way potassium is 140. Good heavens
Complete thread -- Probably a stutter...I will come back with QA...
Complete thread -- s/l guiden? IgG and IgA antibodies were positive.
Complete thread -- Kerrisons
Complete thread -- Using "caracins" and currettes are used to free up into the foramen...sm
Complete thread -- your s/l = glucose is fine; but *potassium 140*=incorrect; normal range 3.5-5.0 usually 4s
Complete thread -- that is it...thanks so much
Complete thread -- Osteogenesis imperfecta?
Complete thread -- s/l....os-e-joes-a-sim-pa-fect-a....sm
Complete thread -- It says potassium 140 before creatinine, and that sounds perfectly correct.
Complete thread -- double check if said "BUN" b/4 creatinine usually go together
Complete thread -- bayscribe users-how do u jump to previous paragraph using keyboard thx
Complete thread -- FENa = fractional excretion of sodium (the Na=sodium)
Complete thread -- Thanks to all. I am thinking it must be glucose because the patient has diabetes.
Complete thread -- *lithos* could be - glucose of 150?
Complete thread -- *potassium*?? 140??? - may be sodium
Complete thread -- see msg. TY
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- body and tail *(of pancreas)* ???; overlying bowel gas
Complete thread -- Thanks! I felt it was probably okay but flagged since I had no concrete
Complete thread -- body and tail (of the pancreas) demonstrated that they were
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- right-angled biter sm
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after cuboid (2 different bones) link bones of feet
Complete thread -- please see msg. TY
Complete thread -- Thank you Darlen. That helped.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l abuttal formaldehyde may be ? butylphenol formaldehyde
Complete thread -- Please see message - I'm not sure how to type this out - sm
Complete thread -- Used straight biter and *right* biter in debridement. Can't seem to document.
Complete thread -- Bet that is what he meant. He is ESL. Will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- OxyContin?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- an 85-year-old male, the medication sounds like oxytocin. Is there something
Complete thread -- NM, I did and sent note in.
Complete thread -- yeld is correct.
Complete thread -- pat in for Raynaud syndrome
Complete thread -- S/L abuttal formaldehyde sm
Complete thread -- Style question -- do you type a comma or not in this cancer staging?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I thought it was correct but was not completely convinced.
Complete thread -- I did and it didn't help so I posted here but I can't slow it down here.
Complete thread -- might try slowing waaay down and relisten. They ought to be shot for dictation like this
Complete thread -- sure, vascular (bleeding) stump is like if leg cut off, there is a stump
Complete thread -- based on definition of diastole, in diastole is appropriate.
Complete thread -- ligating and transecting the *vascular stumps* of appendix using LigaSure device
Complete thread -- lymphadenectomy was performed by _____ lymphatic tissue was identified
Complete thread -- probably more like ovulatory suppression, but we get the idea.
Complete thread -- Here is a cancer website of drugs (if indeed cancer pt) link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot! The first word sounded like 'suppression', the second was a little mumbled.
Complete thread -- Is this a cancer pt by chance? Best to include more info so helper can assist you better
Complete thread -- agree (menstrual) suppression (drugs) sm
Complete thread -- suppression?
Complete thread -- here are the 3 "acto" drugs Actos, Actoplus Met, Actoplus XR sm
Complete thread -- Please look at sound-alikes in text. They are probably the same word. Thanks
Complete thread -- I can. Where I work. bid, po, prn, am, pm - that's how they want it. No caps, no periods.
Complete thread -- check out ACTOplus met
Complete thread -- s/l Actomet ? s/m
Complete thread -- they measure in end-diastole and end-systole, otherwise makes sense
Complete thread -- Help needed with echo
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- neutrophil count, while somewhat low, has been rock solid stable for
Complete thread -- She has an excellent hemoglobin of 13.5 and her ______ count somewhat ...
Complete thread -- She has completed four cycles of _______0.21. Her last cycle begin on ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no, it is an expression meaning the best, tried and tru method
Complete thread -- and that is not the link I wanted to post but rather this one...
Complete thread -- ^ meant to post this right under the orig. post. don't want to give the impression
Complete thread -- His bone marrow was involved at the time of his diagnosis, and therefore he did not
Complete thread -- bone marrow was involved at the time of his diagnosis and, therefore, he never received
Complete thread -- His _____was involved _____therefore ____ received any treatment. ...
Complete thread -- is gold standard caps??
Complete thread -- probably Trilipix
Complete thread -- triple x vs triplex
Complete thread -- LOL, i did :D
Complete thread -- lol! Meant has been to Warsaw, but I'm sure you figured that out!
Complete thread -- thanks lev
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- do you capitalize tunnel view on x-ray
Complete thread -- #1 has been Warsaw
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- could very well be, but I will flag that. she is usually very clear, and if she stumbles
Complete thread -- stumbling over "difficulty sleeping"?
Complete thread -- wav help. High TSH - denies ... temperature intolerance, ____ sleeping, poor concent
Complete thread -- Oh, Thanks!
Complete thread -- but that is just a wild guess
Complete thread -- perhaps running together folate and Cartia?
Complete thread -- s/l folicarta
Complete thread -- p.o., not po (I can't imagine any situation where "po" would be acceptable; PO, maybe).
Complete thread -- bilirubin on the day of discharge was 9.3, 0.7 FENa. ??
Complete thread -- thank you both very much!
Complete thread -- agreed.
Complete thread -- FENa (Fractional Excretion of Sodium- does not need to be expanded)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- comma
Complete thread -- is the semicolon correct here or should it be something else or nothing at all?
Complete thread -- Got to turn it in now. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Cervix had a 'fetal' os. I know it could not be that, the connection gets disturbed
Complete thread -- tx not hearing that though
Complete thread -- I have a bunch who use F/E/N/GI :
Complete thread -- another possibility "nautical", as in boating?
Complete thread -- 4th acronym letter not docu'd as Y, I, or E. Could your final "ee" sound be a word coming
Complete thread -- natural accident?
Complete thread -- methods of fluid, electrolyte, and nutrition (FEN) management in newborns, with a speciaan
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- btw, your acronym, FEN(?) is usually rendered as a topic heading w/ colon after it.
Complete thread -- FEN(Y? I?). most often heard as "F-E-N" or "fen." regarding final letter of acronym,
Complete thread -- (I feel rather sure it is "carotenemia," yellowish skin from generous Vit A stores SM
Complete thread -- looks fine to me
Complete thread -- s/l feny or seny, the patient's electrolytes were stable.
Complete thread -- comma help
Complete thread -- looks like the date would fit just fine, 12/21/10 (2010)
Complete thread -- hmmmm. maybe. thanks. might have to leave a blank.
Complete thread -- maybe 12/21/10 ?
Complete thread -- Urine culture and sensitivity reported **1221 thin**
Complete thread -- torticollis
Complete thread -- Word help, ortho
Complete thread -- Agree.
Complete thread -- Yes IMO
Complete thread -- Probably jitteriness, not jitters, to judge from your s/l.
Complete thread -- ahhhh.....never mind (jitters)
Complete thread -- Mother stated Zyrtec caused significan gee-tur-ree-ness, so it was discontinued.
Complete thread -- right long finger MP flexion crease - okay without commas?
Complete thread -- A radiologist is a doctor. I didn't think the OP said what type of doctor was dictating.
Complete thread -- It was neuropathic.
Complete thread -- And I'm going from the doctor's perspective, which is who is dictating and the way
Complete thread -- DJD does have a s/l "mef patty" component to it.
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you all!
Complete thread -- nope - stated no mention of plug. Reread
Complete thread -- True again. You and I have discussed in the past the terminology
Complete thread -- any mention of wrist problem? pure guess Kienbock sm
Complete thread -- Quincke's disease? Wild guess.
Complete thread -- rule #1, never trust a doc's spelling! :-)
Complete thread -- I guess if you hear it after over 10 years of doing ortho, you just can tell
Complete thread -- Is it possible to do a wav file?
Complete thread -- Sorry, been looking, but can't find anything close to that?
Complete thread -- I thought of that, but boy, he spells v/b-e-r-r-e-s clear as a bell. Tx!
Complete thread -- s/l "clinny kits" disease,
Complete thread -- that is true, but according to the definition of fracture-dislocation
Complete thread -- Thank youuuuuuu...archives! Once again, you saved my behind! :) Love this board!
Complete thread -- I think that since he didn't say or appear to say fracture and dislocation or fracture or
Complete thread -- That was my guess. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- Coumadin and 81 mg aspirin
Complete thread -- 81 mg
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I had a wild guess but can't decide.
Complete thread -- Maybe I am overthinking this, but based on the OP's
Complete thread -- varus deformity?
Complete thread -- right femoral neck fracture with s/l "berries" deformity.
Complete thread -- Teeming with tears.
Complete thread -- oh, I think that's it. thanks very much!
Complete thread -- ...or could be stretching it out to "L for GA."
Complete thread -- listen for something similar to IUGR or LGA.
Complete thread -- thanks anyhow, will flag it.
Complete thread -- Page 384, if they have the 3rd edition, just for information.
Complete thread -- what would that mean? neither of them really make sense to me. I'd blank/flag.
Complete thread -- I guess the left was teaming up with the right to work. :D there is no I in Team.
Complete thread -- if it was scheduled C-section, then you think of the baby being too big for safe
Complete thread -- ah, I'll be darned. it sure is in there. never thought to look there.
Complete thread -- microcystic? (can you hear microcytic?)
Complete thread -- can't figure this out or slow down enough to understand, plse sm
Complete thread -- thanks!!!
Complete thread -- Did you consider TEEMING eyes?
Complete thread -- The only thing that comes to mind is something-GERD symptoms. But...
Complete thread -- "pre-skurd" symptoms -- see message for all details
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had it starting with another letter altogether!
Complete thread -- I think it might be Savella
Complete thread -- s/l seh-via
Complete thread -- I would use fracture/dislocation as in fracture and/or dislocation.
Complete thread -- I guess teaming eyes could be right. I found a few hits on Google.
Complete thread -- streaming eyes? (watery eyes)
Complete thread -- lead
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- ROS: Negative except for s/l "teaming eyes", shortness of breath, and constipation.
Complete thread -- thank you ALL very much!!! hyphen it is!
Complete thread -- Except in the OP's question, she DID give what it WAS, so that it is clear
Complete thread -- fracture-dislocation - definition of fracture-dislocation in the ...a break in the bony st
Complete thread -- per BoS version 2, page 181, hyphen
Complete thread -- going to flag
Complete thread -- I use a hyphen, as per Stedman's Ortho Words. And Dorland's.
Complete thread -- nothing per The Surgical Word Book
Complete thread -- s/l vel-ut powder
Complete thread -- would u use a hyphen or comma or nothing here? verbatim acct. ty
Complete thread -- It probably quick-speak slang for ATC.If clear& used to dictator, I would go as dictated.
Complete thread -- ESL. TP has morphine "ordered on the round."
Complete thread -- Given excellent resources, must say, dictators rarely use entire product term
Complete thread -- thanks, can't figure anything out today!!
Complete thread -- I missed half of that! Can hear it clearly now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- oxalate
Complete thread -- UA positive for trace leukocyte esterase, mucus and s/l ossilate crystals. Negative
Complete thread -- in a patient who is on the surgical floor for small bowel obstruction
Complete thread -- erythema?
Complete thread -- wav file. I am sure all the words will make sense once they get wrapped together.
Complete thread -- Skin: Warm, dry, smooth without pallor, cyanosis, jaundice or s/l peritonemia.
Complete thread -- careful..there is also dimethicone which is a cream used for itching apparently
Complete thread -- Definitely hearing an "N" sound at the beginning.
Complete thread -- try dexamethasone?
Complete thread -- Med s/l ni metha sone sm
Complete thread -- then go with the other post . . .
Complete thread -- I am going with Amplatz as it sounds more like it and he did not mention plug.
Complete thread -- named after Dr. Joseph Amplatz
Complete thread -- Thanks all
Complete thread -- That's a "Vascular Plug" though.
Complete thread -- looks like it is Amplatzer III - sm for link
Complete thread -- AGA Medical CorporationAGA Medical was founded in 1995 based on the creative and engineeri
Complete thread -- Amplatz III guider or Amplatzer III? Getting confused on verifying this.
Complete thread -- That is it!
Complete thread -- Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhggggggghhhhhh Pay attention.
Complete thread -- I'm sorry. When I posted that, I hadn't seen your post above where you spelled it
Complete thread -- Did you even read the link to understand why they use the word restriction????!!!
Complete thread -- ye gods, now to be PC, it's restriction instead of retardation it seems
Complete thread -- Yes, link spells is correctly...sorry for the typo on my part.
Complete thread -- restriction?
Complete thread -- I note also Stedman's Abbrev shows "...restriction (retardation)"
Complete thread -- Many docs now using "retriction" rather than "retardation" see link,introduction paragraph
Complete thread -- It is for anemia so it sort of fits.
Complete thread -- guessing cyanocobalamin?
Complete thread -- Med s/l zia co bel a min daily. sm
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- IUGR-intrauterine growth retardation
Complete thread -- IUGR (intrauterine growth retardation)
Complete thread -- pt has no maternal weight gain and mild S/L IEGR?
Complete thread -- thank you - I did go with below. After her suggestion, it really
Complete thread -- Yes, I think so. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I think he is using rolled off as reeled off, listed, etc. gave him her list of symptoms.
Complete thread -- wrote off?
Complete thread -- ESL doctor - pain medicine doctor
Complete thread -- Thank you a lot! "metered"= measured, "plani"= plane,(anatomical)sounded "en face."
Complete thread -- (need "were," not "was")meaning = the diameter limits had not been clicked upon prior by
Complete thread -- found it not long after posting - typical LOL planimetered
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Monday morning brain fry. Please see question inside for 2-D echo (sm)
Complete thread -- *has constipation* due to methotrexate?; *citrate*? (not Synthroid); ____*Bisacodyl*?
Complete thread -- not sure of question? is it, is there such a term as antecedent TO thrombophilia? Yes
Complete thread -- for archives: "lanugo" = noun (fine, infant-like body hair.) ? lanugal (adj)=verifiable?
Complete thread -- "going into ATN (acute tubular necrosis)" is a commonly spoken phrase. But, less often
Complete thread -- possibly sm
Complete thread -- going into ATN?
Complete thread -- hepatoportal flow?
Complete thread -- ah. thanks so much.
Complete thread -- not op, but ty
Complete thread -- I would think he is saying (or trying to) that the patient has
Complete thread -- acute tubular necrosis
Complete thread -- pseudomonas smell
Complete thread -- wound infection.
Complete thread -- lanugal? see inside for link
Complete thread -- I looked again for you. Buerger's disease sm
Complete thread -- Buerger's disease
Complete thread -- She may be going to *A T N* and seen by the renal team.
Complete thread -- disorder and has been on ____ methotrexate... She was also on _____ and Senokot
Complete thread -- no, unfortunately hospital won't let us access any links.
Complete thread -- Brugsch? - longshot. Have you checked this link?
Complete thread -- Not sure that's it, but thanks for the input! Sending on.
Complete thread -- ...bisacodyl?
Complete thread -- follicular hair - maybe mashing the word follicle?
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of Breuger's disease? SM for more info.
Complete thread -- She was also on *feno de mark sacadil* and Senokot
Complete thread -- An antecedent ______ thrombophilia should be ruled out
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "vanugal" hair -- Thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- and he pulled the tail!!!!!
Complete thread -- He was playing with Golden Retriever s/l full detail and dog bit him. tx
Complete thread -- On examination Hallpike maneuver was reported to cause vertigo and als ...
Complete thread -- I agree..maybe a misspeak on her part?
Complete thread -- I think you got it, too! but no hits for the phosphatase part of it...
Complete thread -- Need more info. What is the * for?
Complete thread -- I think I got it..phosphatase neutral tablets (K-phos Neutral tablets)
Complete thread -- I'm hearing Nutra-something multivitamins
Complete thread -- I'm hearing Nutra-something multivitamins
Complete thread -- Thanks.. But now I'm really confused. I might just flag...
Complete thread -- do you hear "phosphate ____" instead? 2 drug words out of order?
Complete thread -- first 3 of 7 syllables in s/l might be "phosphatase"???
Complete thread -- What med is doc trying to say?
Complete thread -- sledding accident:Pelvis: stabing* lateral compression with femoral pulses bilaterall
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- got M-spike in gamma region.
Complete thread -- Got M-spike, but not the rest yet.
Complete thread -- s/l small m spike in comma region.
Complete thread -- forget it...just found it - echinococcal
Complete thread -- Will check tumor markers as well, and will check *E-kina coccal* titers
Complete thread -- also....with *it* being, not *that*
Complete thread -- more often than not.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Since undergoing treatment of his endocrine abnormalities, he has noti ...
Complete thread -- (new to me! thanks for posting your solution! Going now to look it up. :-)
Complete thread -- (I agree 100%! :-) (odd to me to see PEEP expressed as a mixed number w/ decimal fraction
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Pressure support of 10 maybe....?
Complete thread -- Thanks! that makes sense, meaning "His (portal, understood) vein" was...
Complete thread -- SIMV rate of 8
Complete thread -- Way WAG: logical that s/l "His lay" could mean that conduit from liver to CBD open & short
Complete thread -- I think it's vein, thanks!!
Complete thread -- tidal volume 558, PEEP of 7.5, s/l "pers uh perswon" 10 and FIO2 of 50%.
Complete thread -- saturating 97% on an s/l "SIOV" rate of 8, tidal volume 558, PEEP of 7.5
Complete thread -- showing blood flow.... vein? artery?
Complete thread -- I think he's saying Angiomax. Thanks!
Complete thread -- generic lepirudin ("LEP i roo din") = brand name Refludan.
Complete thread -- His common bile duct was not dilated. His s/l "lay" was also open and short
Complete thread -- r/o "antigen. Orgaran®, generic name danaparoid.
Complete thread -- Not fussin, but if that is what it was, that's how we'd do the size. :D ...
Complete thread -- far from s/l, but generic name: argatroban (ar GAT roe ban) brand=Acova.
Complete thread -- Three agents are used to replace heparin in HIT:danaparoid, lepirudin, and argatroban.
Complete thread -- Hematology was consulted and he was started on s/l "anjeom."
Complete thread -- Is the 48 hours up already noadbk? *jokin* you are correct as usual!
Complete thread -- 7.0
Complete thread -- not sure if it is how recorded but I hear...first a 7-0 bur along the
Complete thread -- wonder if she is abbreviation anterior nasal spine?
Complete thread -- thanks again poi.. will have to move on
Complete thread -- word help pls sm
Complete thread -- ethmoid vomers? (Maybe I just want to hear ethmoid)
Complete thread -- thanks both
Complete thread -- #2 _______ vomers
Complete thread -- sounds as though "bilaterally" may be the final word in 2nd blank.
Complete thread -- look down the page for full explanation, question asked earlier today.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- can never figure out if this is a while or awhile
Complete thread -- (in contrast to "mud in your eye," hypopyon is pus in the eye.
Complete thread -- Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- hypopyon. This word came up within the past few days.
Complete thread -- endogenous endophthalmitis. On exam, found to have s/l "hypobin"
Complete thread -- acccording to BOS, the *about* makes it an imprecise measurement
Complete thread -- thanks poi
Complete thread -- foam padding... off the scalp
Complete thread -- how would you type this? 1-1/2 inches?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I wish all WB helpers would emulate your kind, gentle, yet effective answer style!:-)
Complete thread -- I believe he is simply giving his/the abbreviation for "hydrocodone, aka HCD"
Complete thread -- (Boas sign IS in abd but doesn't fit. I searched *oid sign," V*, & B* without luck. Hit w/
Complete thread -- Lloyd's sign is, I believe, what you are hearing there.
Complete thread -- Poi, in a few short years you will discover that the most beautiful word ever is "Grandma"
Complete thread -- anyone document hydrocodone s/l HCD?
Complete thread -- type your word in OneLook link above.
Complete thread -- word help pls sm
Complete thread -- Im sorry too! I had thought this post was going under the other one that I had entered too
Complete thread -- (sorry! I was reading posts from "top down," hadn't seen same OP ? just below)
Complete thread -- I'm glad to know that the current generic "broken link" may not be a "forever" thing.
Complete thread -- where on body? or which extremity? or face part?
Complete thread -- (thanks for the info. Having access to proprietary port is my good luck.
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- beefy?
Complete thread -- Dx: Hydroureter on the right. s/l boyd's or voids? for sure "oid's"
Complete thread -- There were no large bruises, no *BV tongue*and no petechiae noted.
Complete thread -- straight up and down, planar, turbinate.
Complete thread -- rebound?
Complete thread -- positive s/l "Boyd's" on the right.
Complete thread -- Abdomen: She did have mild suprapubic tenderness and a positive s/l
Complete thread -- link doesn't work, but it's not yet clear SM
Complete thread -- Actually, that was my confusion on the first one. I think they
Complete thread -- straight up and down; vertically
Complete thread -- Thanks. I record with a microphone and my speakers so the echo is on my end.
Complete thread -- There is a Spectrum MVI, but with Tri I suspect may be a BCP.
Complete thread -- parasymphyseal - double check spelling. Is he in a tunnel underwater?
Complete thread -- Hyoid myotomy with advancement.
Complete thread -- 15-year-old female with athletic induced asthma. Med s/l Tri-Spectrum one daily
Complete thread -- sinus surgery -- plainer or planar? Opinions please
Complete thread -- billybob, your impasse may have been different from mine, but
Complete thread -- (If one is a Dorland's devouee w/ (?recent) hard copy, look inside front cover & scratch
Complete thread -- Congrats. My son is 20 and engaged but doesn't want kids.
Complete thread -- Baby Boy or Girl will be coming UR way mighty soon! I kiss your feet! Bless U & UR house!
Complete thread -- looks like they either altered the URL without notifying OneLook or else...
Complete thread -- Thanks Margaret. It was a long time coming, have two step-daughters
Complete thread -- Nothing better in the whole world.
Complete thread -- (have you tried it today? Does it still operate seamlessly for you (accessing D's definiti
Complete thread -- http://www.dorlands.com/wsearch.jsp
Complete thread -- clarifying: either a transudate or an exudate may be sterile (no germs).
Complete thread -- One Look.com will bring up anything that''s in it.
Complete thread -- ugh! That is it! Thanks, Mgt!
Complete thread -- Oh, how wonderful! Congratulations!! And what creative young parents-to-be!
Complete thread -- is postop day (#, understood) 2 from open...the "p" of "op" is obscuring "d" of "day."
Complete thread -- Oh, *%!#^ pshaw! They've gone and again changed online access to Dorland's dict via
Complete thread -- The patient is postop s/l "A-2" from open reduction and internal fixation of
Complete thread -- Yippee! I got my first *grandbaby on the way* as a Christmas present! *bragging*
Complete thread -- sterile, meaning the fluid failed to contain viable bacteria on culture.
Complete thread -- serous?
Complete thread -- sterile or sterol exudate? thanks
Complete thread -- thanks for reporting back :-)
Complete thread -- yes it is side-to-side. Thank you!
Complete thread -- (thanks so much for the solution!:-)
Complete thread -- (apparently can occur: Post-traumatic shoulder 'dystonia': Persistent abnormal postures of
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I thought 2.5. Did not like that.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing 8.5
Complete thread -- MP3 file, checking creatinine count. She listed it earlier as 8.3. It could have
Complete thread -- shou(lder) dystonia? (Unsure of 1st word, especially 2nd syllable, assuming there is a 2
Complete thread -- another WAG: "side-to-side"?
Complete thread -- WAG-side of calf compression?
Complete thread -- Achilles tendon is relatively pain free with palpation. Some mild tenderness with
Complete thread -- something ending in -tonia???
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- when googling Keppra off label uses get migraine and bipolar & others
Complete thread -- That would work. I did not like what I did.
Complete thread -- I personally would only have one after "described," but that's jus' me!!
Complete thread -- any thoughts on commas in this sentence?
Complete thread -- you can clearly hear the t in there, so I simply flagged.
Complete thread -- you can clearly hear the t in there, so I simply flagged.
Complete thread -- I'm seeing depression as a possible side effect of Keppra. Probably worth a
Complete thread -- Doc says Keppra very fast in the meds list, but really sounds like it, only no
Complete thread -- not sure if it's a real word, but could it be 'dyspyuria'?
Complete thread -- to easily find your own post, put syndromal in New Search box above.
Complete thread -- sure would like to see the context. but, hey, if Google says it's a word...
Complete thread -- I had a dictator dictate "reproductability" last night. Over 10,000 hits on Google.
Complete thread -- I am flagging. I think it is probably dysuria as that almost makes sense but he is so far
Complete thread -- MIGHT BE a list from earlier years in her life is all I can think; flag
Complete thread -- The patient is 88-year-old female. He is ESL. Sounds more like dysproteinuria than
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Just coming to post, it is Treanda Thanks.
Complete thread -- wonder if it is another drug, maybe decadron or something else???
Complete thread -- Multiple myeloma on Velcade *trand* therapy.
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you everyone!
Complete thread -- About 6 posts down the page
Complete thread -- It is the adjectival form of syndrome. There are credible hits on Google for it.
Complete thread -- I am sorry. I posted this yesterday, but I cannot find it in the archieves as there
Complete thread -- see link..scan down to Mosby definition....the difficulty
Complete thread -- diarrhea which is the overflow type
Complete thread -- Better explanation inside...
Complete thread -- link a while and awhile
Complete thread -- apparently if "for" precedes it, it is two words....see link
Complete thread -- Over 16,000 hits on google
Complete thread -- This is likely the cause of his _______.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- awhile or a while?
Complete thread -- Actually, the male part helped, perhaps "varicocele?"
Complete thread -- yw. I can understand you having trouble hearing that after thinking it was "based
Complete thread -- no other info, sorry. just the Past Surgical History of a 42-year-old man with a wound..
Complete thread -- I sped it up and slowed it down and now I hear "at least a" thanks!!
Complete thread -- Surgery: s/l vari-seal?
Complete thread -- Good point. I usually don't but some people have trouble listening to wavs.. I keep trying
Complete thread -- btw, I didn't pay much attention to your post at first, and good thing I didn't,
Complete thread -- reveals at least a stage 2, if not 3, osteoarthritis...
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks! S/l based at a stage??
Complete thread -- may have underlied (should be underlain).
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- In addition to that generic alcohol intoxication may have ____________ ...
Complete thread -- Documentation, please?
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Hi Mgt, yes; hope you had a wonderful Christmas.
Complete thread -- Is syndromal a real word?
Complete thread -- (unless I misunderstand the "compound modifier" rule, both-bone (fx) needs hyphen.
Complete thread -- use Roman I.. Gustilo I
Complete thread -- Gustilo 1
Complete thread -- tx nvm
Complete thread -- s/l gus-tea-uh one
Complete thread -- mp3 sm pls
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. Merry Christmas!
Complete thread -- have done lots of heart stuff and think intact LIMA
Complete thread -- it could be this too
Complete thread -- atretic LIMA
Complete thread -- LIMA=Left Internal Mammary Artery?
Complete thread -- with an intact LIMA.
Complete thread -- s/l ata-tec lima sm
Complete thread -- Would flag as meaning is totally obscured; keep thinking I hear _____ edema in there sm
Complete thread -- NSTEMI (non-STEMI) = non-ST-(segment)-elevation MI (myocardial infarction)
Complete thread -- For s/l non stemmy, get serial cardiac enzymes x3. EKG in the morning
Complete thread -- I hear - sm for 3 lines
Complete thread -- ___ deteriorating
Complete thread -- retention _____ mental function
Complete thread -- need comma after gestation
Complete thread -- I'd say ovarian - residual ovarian hemorrhagic
Complete thread -- never mind thanks
Complete thread -- Medications are s/l Nevo GAA?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! And yes, he is on warfarin. : )
Complete thread -- that is, if the patient is taking warfarin...
Complete thread -- I think it is prothrombin time (PT) from a quick check of side effects of gemfibrozil.
Complete thread -- Allergies: Has increased *pee tee* with gemfibrozil. PT? Not sure what
Complete thread -- MP3 deleted now.
Complete thread -- sorry, meant LOP position
Complete thread -- MP13 file no longer there, but should read "in the LOA position"
Complete thread -- thanks. agree with that punctuation too.
Complete thread -- s/b in - he draws it out and it almost s/l and, but is in.
Complete thread -- which one, and or in? going with "in." from what little bit I can see from prior
Complete thread -- You have it right.
Complete thread -- added MP3
Complete thread -- OB terms. The vertex is -1 station *and* the left occiput posterior position.
Complete thread -- NM - optical viewing
Complete thread -- 5 mm tissue-separating *alta globium* trocar was introduced
Complete thread -- For the record, it is used as an entity in this case and should be capped.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- can you listen residual "or a" hemorrhagic cyst?
Complete thread -- This may represent residual s/l "over" hemorrhagic cyst sm
Complete thread -- well shoot, meant mucus, ahh mucus and says period nm
Complete thread -- I hear - there was mucus ahhh mucous and says period nm
Complete thread -- Hmm. I can't hear that.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- bezoar?
Complete thread -- There were mucous ______. The pancreatic duct was cannulated
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Oh I didn't mean I'd deshackle him either. LOL. He's on his own. LOL
Complete thread -- Thank you for your honesty! (Aren't we all!!!???) SM
Complete thread -- I wish I could move. Kinda not an option at the moment however. I am
Complete thread -- (and to think I'm only trying to "hold it together" til my insurance=back in come 1/1/11.
Complete thread -- Thanks for that! Reminder that "Fellow" is now "gender-neutral," male or female!
Complete thread -- the details
Complete thread -- (Hehe!! Let's keep in touch!! I DO think she will need a sick-o roomie SM
Complete thread -- Hey, hey, does she need a sick-o roomie? lol...Been to Homewood many a time.
Complete thread -- not the middle of nowhere! SM
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Tuscaloosa, Alabama.. the middle of nowhere. :D
Complete thread -- (In which geographical area do you live, n o a d b k? We have much in common! :-) SF Bay
Complete thread -- it's gonna change so much in the next 2-3 years. it will look nothing like the original!
Complete thread -- Win, let me know if your request failed to come thru on email! :-)
Complete thread -- (Oh, woe is me! In a year or two I'll probably have NO idea re what ANYONE dictates!!! :-(
Complete thread -- in Syracuse (NY)
Complete thread -- The patient does have a power of attorney with a nephew in _____. ...
Complete thread -- You bet! (I'm presuming I haven't already deleted it! I'll look! :-)
Complete thread -- not at all, Win. He=chemist,son&grandson of "Asbury Oak Circuit-Rider" Methodist minister.
Complete thread -- U R missing a word, 1st sentence, second PORTION, duodenum
Complete thread -- Was your father an M.D., Mgt?
Complete thread -- YEP, I've been doing this for nearly 30 years. I've never had them use that, nor really
Complete thread -- ditto!
Complete thread -- My PCP had an absolutely wonderful nurse practitioner. I LOVED going to see John. He
Complete thread -- Mgt, could you send me a copy of this via E-mail -- sm
Complete thread -- (I share your concern, poi!)
Complete thread -- ugh-- I'm -- not I;m-- new keyboard over here and still adjusting! lol
Complete thread -- "beware the "man" (person) who has "seen a case," said my dad many times....
Complete thread -- LOL! I was worried that this was a DUH moment and took a chance! lol -- I;m still a newbie
Complete thread -- sheesh, seems like all the clinics/doctors offices now are
Complete thread -- You're welcome! (I like being Santa!)
Complete thread -- (W, anyhow) WOW! My parents took us kids w/ great pride to Guilford Courthouse battlefield
Complete thread -- Thanks for that. My youngest son has been undergoing
Complete thread -- I hadn't had that in dictation until last night either and the consultant kept saying that
Complete thread -- (new to me! Thanks, poi! :-)
Complete thread -- gah: Go back and reread. My ans was "as dictated" Lay off! year after year of this bull.
Complete thread -- poi - thank you for the gift!
Complete thread -- medical provider who is not a physician but is licensed to diagnose and treat patients
Complete thread -- spinal stenosis--- He saw the s/l midlevel at Dr. __' office. ??
Complete thread -- Guilford. Maybe I'm NW, but definitely W. I've only been to
Complete thread -- 3rd ("of two") FDA cautions: This one re somatotropin, aka Human Growth Hormone,
Complete thread -- which town or county? (Charlotte/Mecklenberg Co is big, but I believe further than 45 min)
Complete thread -- (jimminy christmas! Shiver me timbers, rattle me bones!)
Complete thread -- I'm about 45 minutes SW of Durham
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- (Oh, to be able to think, and believe, like that again! after just 1 low-humidity year!:-)
Complete thread -- Humidity? what's humidity. ;D That's like sayin' we uns down hear got accents. lol
Complete thread -- my sister lives in Houston. I can only visit in the winter
Complete thread -- Thanks. (but I only know West Coast distances in "hours." When I left E. Coast, distances
Complete thread -- Second of two FDA cautions: selected vials of Lipitor (atorvastatin) 40 mg
Complete thread -- deep south. Like 10 hours. :(
Complete thread -- Don't make me self-abuse myself for the next day or 2. :D My medications are low
Complete thread -- First of Two FDA cautions:
Complete thread -- *picturing noadbk wrestling herself and biting her fingers as poi
Complete thread -- roughly where in SE? or, iow, how close to Durham, NC? TIA!
Complete thread -- I promise that I'll not fuss at anyone for the next 24-48 hours. No Scrooging.
Complete thread -- "D
Complete thread -- deposit?
Complete thread -- secretions?
Complete thread -- Thanks noadbk. Couldn't have said it better myself! (maybe gagged them again) lol
Complete thread -- s/l mucous delerium
Complete thread -- If we could, we would. Let it rest for 24 hours, okay.
Complete thread -- gag me
Complete thread -- southeast..
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It only takes seening one anaphylactic shock patient for an x-ray tech
Complete thread -- hmmm...good thought!! "Damn the calories (from the egg&milk part), full NOG ahead!"
Complete thread -- That's my kinda helper! I'm west coast too. What part of the country are you noadbk?
Complete thread -- :D I'll take the nog without the egg. lol
Complete thread -- Not into the eggnog yet, but on the Left Coast the day is still young!!!
Complete thread -- No, I knew instantly you weren't bragging, simply informing...I remain in awe of you! :-)
Complete thread -- You got in the eggnog early Margaret? Wishful. I hope that magic wand works the rest of
Complete thread -- (hmm...I agree....Apparently a very effective product, incl for eczema...SM
Complete thread -- Thanks for making me smile Margaret, you always do :)
Complete thread -- lol..I guess that sounds like bragging, but I was actually trying
Complete thread -- Oh, blind is me! The confirmation that it was FeSO4 exists just below in duplicate post.
Complete thread -- All erstwhile "stumpers," post y'all's "coal lumps." Santa's helpers will transmogri
Complete thread -- restless night effect confusion?
Complete thread -- OK, now I'm totally mystified. I recall seeing a confirmation that FeSO4 was the correct
Complete thread -- (wow! o ye of many talents!! :-)
Complete thread -- remember "sundowners"?? They have it, too.
Complete thread -- (I, too, thought "restless" at first!!! lol! :-)
Complete thread -- aHA!!! "in the morning with, perhaps, less light-defect[sic] confusion. light-DEFICIT conf
Complete thread -- I have said it before, I give you sooo much credit for getting what you
Complete thread -- with..."perseless light-defect" confusion. (and, a plague on his hide! lol!)
Complete thread -- how she does in the morning ______ confusion.
Complete thread -- precocious puberty-> rapid linear (bone) growth in early childhood, but early fusion, SM
Complete thread -- even _____before?
Complete thread -- Oh sorry. Just now saw post below.
Complete thread -- Gives allergy to something.....contrast
Complete thread -- oops...i listened again, he actually says shellfish/iodine
Complete thread -- she did have an upper GI bleed. ______. For now she
Complete thread -- Thanks so very much!
Complete thread -- *I know this because I am an x-ray tech*
Complete thread -- shellfish
Complete thread -- He gives allergy to ______ and will use gadolinium as a contrast for ERCP.
Complete thread -- "no source OF infection was found."
Complete thread -- no other source or infection was found? no source or?
Complete thread -- was recently ill with what sounds like a multisystem condition with fe ...
Complete thread -- probably should have read the question, that makes no sense. Maybe slight?
Complete thread -- That's not even what they asked.
Complete thread -- Oh, I eh eh can't stand this eh eh eh guy.
Complete thread -- epiphysis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l slip bone growth sm
Complete thread -- few days ago, same provider, voice clip dubbed "hopeless" by WB helpers, evoked sympathy
Complete thread -- I'd use the hyphens to show the relatedness
Complete thread -- I would as well, but Ag2(SO4) silver sulfate -> medical cautery like silver nitrate.
Complete thread -- Mgt, pls explain what document provider are you meaning here?
Complete thread -- think he is trying to say he has lymphadenopathy
Complete thread -- I'm not positive there's an intended word there, but if so, maybe "interim"?
Complete thread -- He plucked the burning stake from his eye,...and...cried out for his brethren, Cyclops.
Complete thread -- I know. Sorry.
Complete thread -- (too much literature exposure in school? eg, shoving a burning stake into one's eye? Jest
Complete thread -- (hehehe! We WB folks easily recognize this,...ah...um...er...."document provider"! lol!
Complete thread -- Thank you kindly. I absolutely hate any jobs dealing with the eyes. :P
Complete thread -- so maybe the "-ing" word is "appearing"?
Complete thread -- fluorescein might be what is needed for s/l Austain.
Complete thread -- hypopyon is pus in the eye.
Complete thread -- Please see msg. Patient with corneal abrasion.
Complete thread -- He has adenopathy, had ______ intervention and was planning chemotherapy.
Complete thread -- I tend not to change very often from dictated. Go with as dictated
Complete thread -- doc says C1 prime esterase
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- ? tearing, taking
Complete thread -- carrying things off the wall?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- i.e.?
Complete thread -- would take himself to both? - is what I hear
Complete thread -- be fair if the patient _____ in both substance abuse
Complete thread -- could not get it, but bet you can, if slow waayy down to a crawl and relisten
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- s/l metacycline may be minocycline for arthritis sm
Complete thread -- arthritis drug
Complete thread -- obvious he is lacking in _____ skills to be sober
Complete thread -- I would flag it
Complete thread -- s/l "e" 30-pack years
Complete thread -- yep tissue marker clips caused signal void artifacts sm
Complete thread -- extending anteriorly to the *signal void* artifact from biopsy clip
Complete thread -- Mayo Clinic website has pronunciation as "zheel-BAYRZ" but doctors probably mangle this
Complete thread -- yes, as in ascites
Complete thread -- Probably that but flagging just in case.
Complete thread -- In assessment: Hyperlipidemia. T-bili 1.7 consisitent with *go-bays* syndrome. Does
Complete thread -- ahh, thanks
Complete thread -- Kocher Langenbach approach
Complete thread -- s/l croaker lying on back approach
Complete thread -- though never have come across this myself; better to flag
Complete thread -- chunky IMO (probably from mucus chunks)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l junky portion, or chunky portion (speech rec suggested Gelpi portion)
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- under abdomen ascitic wave absolutely fits.
Complete thread -- HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: She is an 84-year-old white female who was ...
Complete thread -- It is usually soft, anywhere from 1-3 cm in diameter (about .4-1.2 inches) see link
Complete thread -- need more context
Complete thread -- yeah, looks like the doctor misspoke "cm" instead of "mm"?
Complete thread -- does this sentence make sene? There is an *ascitic wave* and hepatojugular reflux
Complete thread -- was questioning the word small, 10-cm to me sounds pretty big
Complete thread -- yes, look up ganglion cyst, very common to get them on the wrist
Complete thread -- There is a small 3 x 10 cm ganglion - wrist
Complete thread -- Late, but sounds probably like Elidel.
Complete thread -- for archives... it is rally pack or banana bag
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help Mgt's fan. That worked.
Complete thread -- targeting a new dry weight - is what you want (see link)
Complete thread -- dry weight is there.. re-listen for what comes before, see link if one of these
Complete thread -- *targeting a new* dry weight?
Complete thread -- s/l targeting a need dry await at dialysis
Complete thread -- thanks anyway. i flagged it. really sounded like "Epi-Dil".
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I don't.
Complete thread -- Do you cap home health? I am finding it both ways..
Complete thread -- That's it - he said Polycitra. Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- Polycitra-K?
Complete thread -- Kidney stone patient - She had been on allopurinol and S/L polycitron ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Hmmm... I have one of "those docs" as well! : P
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch!!! ;)
Complete thread -- got it, stating "granuloma"
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray: No acute pulmonary process. There is small s/l "neuroma" in the left
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you.
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is it.
Complete thread -- seen on the evening of admission>
Complete thread -- Glad U did. I hear that a bit too. I bet itis even in the archives... I've seen it before,
Complete thread -- consider FeSO4 since patient has iron deficiency anemia
Complete thread -- *seen* the evening of admission?
Complete thread -- lol...I almost didn't send my WAG-happy to see I wasn't the only one :)
Complete thread -- ENERAL: A well-developed female who appears in no acute distress _____ evening of sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, will do.
Complete thread -- maybe an ex-basketball player, phrase means being aggressive in basketball talk.
Complete thread -- I have a lot of doctors using sports analogies. a full (court) press, probably
Complete thread -- Ok but check your sulfate medications, SO4 - sulfate. Check against your diagnoses what
Complete thread -- FeSO4 would be ferrous sulfate
Complete thread -- neck pain-- s/l full press-- does this make sense? Can't confirm...
Complete thread -- No matter how hard I try I just cannot hear that. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- sorry, bet it is MgSO4 (magnesium sulfate ) I'd check on use.
Complete thread -- bet it is
Complete thread -- ELOCON® Lotion?
Complete thread -- drug name in list of drugs. S/l A V S O 4. He says it like letters. sm for history
Complete thread -- drug name in list of drugs. S/l A V S O 4. He says it like letters. sm for history
Complete thread -- agree, there is some ectomy in front of this.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Embeline Scalp Application Consumer Information (Micromedex)
Complete thread -- Vasectomy. Cystic area to the ...? >>>
Complete thread -- Cystic area of the (back or neck)? at the age of 15.
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: _____ of the neck at the age of 15.
Complete thread -- flagged tx
Complete thread -- and Stedmans says end-stage.."he" wins.
Complete thread -- and Stedmans says end-stage.."he" wins.
Complete thread -- Choice B. report clearly shows to different procedures.
Complete thread -- s/l "Epi-Dil" scalp lotion (for psoriasis patient). Any ideas?
Complete thread -- I bet just hearing the L from the roll of word normooocytic
Complete thread -- and no **** use ...
Complete thread -- If this is a dialysis patient & s/l SNOT may be SLOT technique sm.....
Complete thread -- help sm
Complete thread -- ok, just checkin'
Complete thread -- but when the subject matter makes no sense, that's when i get concerned.
Complete thread -- thanks, you guys. i also just realized he had to have meant fibroid...
Complete thread -- No, this guy has so many grammatical errors, I leave them as is.
Complete thread -- Russell?
Complete thread -- no, author just says "tissue dystocia" AROM is perfect, thank ...
Complete thread -- Can you "fix" 'she continues to have bleeding, or she continues to bleed" 2 weeks...
Complete thread -- yup, fibroid
Complete thread -- I found submucosal fundal fibroid...double check, though
Complete thread -- do you hear "soft tissue" dystocia hopefully? thin meconium at the time of AROM?
Complete thread -- This makes no sense. (Please see message).
Complete thread -- "s/l rushel" pickups. (Please help. Thank you)
Complete thread -- Thin meconium at the time of "s/l avum". (Please help. Thank you)
Complete thread -- some clients/employers like it better that way.
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- has shrunk some,
Complete thread -- fixed, firm mass
Complete thread -- to his right supraclavicular mass. This is _____02:12, but is still q ...
Complete thread -- Oropharynx is clear. The patient has a bulky right supraclavicular __ ...
Complete thread -- not sure why you changed June of 2010 to 06/10.
Complete thread -- Your blank is a spelling of Masaoka, so...margins are clear.
Complete thread -- long day.....threw me
Complete thread -- oh yes, (the) through me. thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- the peroneus?
Complete thread -- s/l course of sepronee-i plse see msg
Complete thread -- Got it. It was MRSA Isolation.... OP
Complete thread -- s/l normocytic **** anemia of chronic renal disease
Complete thread -- MRSA "selation" reiterated the need for the patient to wear gloves.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- the restriction margins are clear, _____stage Masaoka stage IIA, statu ...
Complete thread -- Agree, hemo is usually 1/3 of hema, so 8.3 and 23.1.
Complete thread -- that's what I'd think. hemoglobin 8.3 and hematocrit 33.1
Complete thread -- doctor says "H and H of eight, three, twenty-three, one. "
Complete thread -- I would not use this suggestion rev, bad advice
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help - I will check that out!!
Complete thread -- I don't have my books to verify Beath wire sm
Complete thread -- I have no idea where choice C came from, it wasn't in
Complete thread -- nevermind...
Complete thread -- that's it!!
Complete thread -- not sure what to type still (sm)
Complete thread -- Beath pin?? sm
Complete thread -- Humira
Complete thread -- so not sure what I am supposed to put...
Complete thread -- Drives be nuts!! A big waste of our time!!
Complete thread -- sometimes striking a faulty key multiple times will get it to function,
Complete thread -- Pls help with med. s/l rheumara? for RA.
Complete thread -- If I were coding that, I would still be looking for two different codes.
Complete thread -- I have one of those.. likes to think a lot while dictating.
Complete thread -- never mind, it was a long curl in the bladder
Complete thread -- what do you think even though he says this....
Complete thread -- ureteral stent was emanating from the ureteral orifice with s/l "the lung" curled up
Complete thread -- REALLY?? 18 minutes to dictate 48 lines???
Complete thread -- The second one as the gastrojejunostomy and colostomy deal with different
Complete thread -- Orthopedic surgery - s/l beef wire
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- True form for me, I found it as soon as I posted. embryonal cell Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l brown cell carcinoma, or maran cell carcinoma or bronze cell?
Complete thread -- Thank you all! The doc's breathy "ventilatory" seems to be correct.
Complete thread -- Much welcome!
Complete thread -- yes yes! thank you very much
Complete thread -- thanks to both.
Complete thread -- archives like ventilatory, see link.
Complete thread -- respiratory?
Complete thread -- I'm thinking ventilatory.
Complete thread -- Sorry. Can you hear "scapular" retractors?
Complete thread -- PFT suggests a mild obstructive ???-atory defect.
Complete thread -- Can you hear
Complete thread -- I always do it hyphenated end-stage (Stedman's does too)
Complete thread -- "Off-state" or "off state" is correct, I believe. (see msg)
Complete thread -- PubMed lists "end stage" as two words 97% of the time.
Complete thread -- sure
Complete thread -- He has endstage degenerative changes of his left knee
Complete thread -- s/l "gas of the retractors" pls sm
Complete thread -- And thanks!
Complete thread -- Oh, I get it now. Duh!
Complete thread -- Did anyone else notice that the OP used the letter 'H' a few times in her question
Complete thread -- I transcribe vitamin D levels daily. I have never heard OHDA. It is almost like he (sm)
Complete thread -- I think what she is saying is clear, she just can't hear it. (needs
Complete thread -- thank you, but sounds like DA or TA, mp3 sent. Same on previous reports.
Complete thread -- piggyback
Complete thread -- Or could it be OH-D3? Found these hits...
Complete thread -- 25-OHD3
Complete thread -- 5th hit down on this Google search may shed some light or lead to
Complete thread -- BP was 80/50 sitting. Not able to *hear* it standing. NP states this quite clearly
Complete thread -- PA is dictating vitamin D, 25-OHDA in the labs of several patients (or OHTA or OHDE)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Very heavy accent, but I think he is saying SLOT and uses letters...nm
Complete thread -- thanks. nm
Complete thread -- review of the chart?
Complete thread -- S/L root of the chart. Could this be correct? sm
Complete thread -- NM, moving on.
Complete thread -- it's one of those odd words they coin. trying an external cephalic version to move the
Complete thread -- When seen in December 2007 it was reported that he had been taken off ...
Complete thread -- did find laparoscopic esophageal myotomy..
Complete thread -- Does he say those letters or a word that s/l snot?
Complete thread -- maybe stuttered the um for umbilical....???
Complete thread -- nope, no CABG. This came from the patient's problem list and $10 bucks it is s.m.
Complete thread -- Dictator says fistula was created with the s/l... SNOT technique...?
Complete thread -- does this make sense, new to me. primary c/s sm
Complete thread -- is patient status post CABG? Could it be RIM right internal mammary, LIM, left
Complete thread -- no...I am sorry! I wish I could hear one of the suggestions :(
Complete thread -- any guesses? I'm doing a preop H&P, doc is giving past surgical history and says s.m.
Complete thread -- Male on hemodialysis. They've been having difficult *fix* of the fistula. SM for
Complete thread -- sorry, it was just a guess. never mind
Complete thread -- omentum umbilical fold??? does that even make sense? I don't think I hear that
Complete thread -- BRILLIANT!!! You should charge $$ for your advice ;)
Complete thread -- omentum??
Complete thread -- unfortunately ending with -num
Complete thread -- just avoid the letter "H".....
Complete thread -- also see it as SorbaFix™
Complete thread -- medial?
Complete thread -- SORBAFIX™ Absorbable Fixation System is unique from its design, to its delivery, to its ea
Complete thread -- Search ResultsSORBAFIX™ Absorbable Fixation System - DavolThe SORBAFIX™ Absorbable Fixatio
Complete thread -- I just replaced my laptop keyboard using a video on Youtube
Complete thread -- shouldn't it be altogether instead of all together?
Complete thread -- V-A-C
Complete thread -- unfortunately I am not able to hear that :(
Complete thread -- not many hits for "sorbafix" tacker s/l a-sorb-a-fix tacker
Complete thread -- sending blank, thanks for trying
Complete thread -- redundant?
Complete thread -- lol, possible I suppose. :)
Complete thread -- s/l me-done-em (said very quickly...)
Complete thread -- wonder if he is using rev like revving up an engine? They're always coming up
Complete thread -- ditto. finger-nose-finger test
Complete thread -- Not sure, definitely a one-syllable word (but good to know that term for future, thx)
Complete thread -- my guess he had her do both hands....finger-to-nose ?
Complete thread -- finger-nose-finger.
Complete thread -- Thank you both so much!! I love this board
Complete thread -- doc says coordination: intact finger-to-nose s/l finger bilaterally. DTRs 2
Complete thread -- replace the keyboard; see link.
Complete thread -- rally bag (banana bag)
Complete thread -- "rev bag" IV fluids? Patient with nausea, vomiting, anorexia
Complete thread -- Bactrim (trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole),
Complete thread -- trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole? (Septra)
Complete thread -- also check to make sure number lock has not been turned on...or scroll lock too
Complete thread -- pill counts?
Complete thread -- you could plug in a USB keyboard into your laptop as a quick fix
Complete thread -- med question TY!
Complete thread -- i ave cecked, it is clean tanks.
Complete thread -- do you mean turning computer on and off or more tan tat? i ave tried turning it on and of
Complete thread -- try getting an air-compressed can with attachment nozzle to blow under it and clean out
Complete thread -- try rebooting...
Complete thread -- I know that this sounds crazy but the letter h on my keyboard has suddenly stopped wo
Complete thread -- Merci!!
Complete thread -- yesterday at end of shift I posted s/l "see-dem-pens" - Venezuelan :(
Complete thread -- consistent with a cutis marmorata
Complete thread -- rash - see msg.
Complete thread -- s/l ? toe counts? s/m
Complete thread -- ahhh.... thanks for coming back with the answer!
Complete thread -- YIt was post post-cholecystectomy diarrhea. She did have a cholecystectomy before. sm
Complete thread -- I can't for the life of me understand why he has post twice in the first place?
Complete thread -- Have to try this again. Not satisifed with postprandial diarrhea. sm
Complete thread -- Yep, that is it. Thanks
Complete thread -- left ventricular hypertrophy
Complete thread -- S/L lympotrigger hypertrophy sm
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- The hep B lab?? (they)? didn't have blood to get it drawn? They didn't have orders to
Complete thread -- Kiesselbach
Complete thread -- s/l ketelbox plexus
Complete thread -- s/l *hep B max*, any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis?
Complete thread -- It sure doesn't not sound like that but leukocytes makes sense. Thanks
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- leukocytes
Complete thread -- A-paced, V-paced (atrial and ventricular) can also find in archives
Complete thread -- S/L also Clyde's sm
Complete thread -- He is pacer dependent with *A pace V pace* 77% of the time. Tried to google
Complete thread -- postprandial?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- when new to company they do what is called 100% QA for a period to time, then it is when
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I'll check that out further. : )
Complete thread -- S/L post-poststephania diarrhea sm
Complete thread -- I hear 12 times a day for 2 days.... nicardipine drip
Complete thread -- Stedman's Cardio shows a trifascicular block?
Complete thread -- it was lipase of 5429. Thanks for the n.p.o. it works
Complete thread -- more info sm
Complete thread -- Advanced conduction system disease with *trass-fascicular* block.
Complete thread -- she was placed n.p.o. and given IV fluids. That next makes no sense to me. what comes
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- S/L P.O. and S/L initial wide pace 5,049 sm
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- ? might be bicaval graft (but a guess) sm
Complete thread -- striae (stria)
Complete thread -- I wouldn't cap Sub-Q, just referring to subcutaneous method. I'd check
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- maybe sl fasting is seating of his implants? sm
Complete thread -- maybe meant had 2-D (ultrasound or imaging) that showed venous thrombosis ?
Complete thread -- Yes, that was the link I saw it on. I think I will take it out. Thanks
Complete thread -- link, not really familiar but don't see it (double listed in link, but cannot say for sure
Complete thread -- thanks anyway; I sent it with a blank. Happy Holidays, Folks!
Complete thread -- S/L Ig Sub-Q Ig therapy sm
Complete thread -- Preanus, my goodness
Complete thread -- what do you think she's saying: "s/l folk-see-ya are not palpated."
Complete thread -- patient with knee implants....sm
Complete thread -- sacre bleu
Complete thread -- Yep, I just got it and that it correct. Thanks
Complete thread -- endocrine?
Complete thread -- S/L entrakens sm
Complete thread -- thanks for the confirmation
Complete thread -- yep, that is what I hear also, thinning of the septum nm
Complete thread -- "Most recent thallium dates..." i.e., thallium stress test.
Complete thread -- "thinning of the septum." ??
Complete thread -- it's a thallium stress test. Patient is unable to do the treadmill.
Complete thread -- the name of the study would be a helpful clue (otherwise post not helpful) no
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- OH OF COURSE!
Complete thread -- Maybe VRE? (Vancomycin-resistant enterococcus?)
Complete thread -- (slurring French doc) transmetatarsal amputation with resection of the distal end of
Complete thread -- chronic venous insufficiency after developing a DVT after a long trip. Patient says
Complete thread -- After I posted, I found this, so
Complete thread -- Patient with chronic pain due to
Complete thread -- I got nothing. Sending blank.
Complete thread -- Pt w/radiation esophagitis.."given oral conservative measures with viscous lidocaine
Complete thread -- Just a guess = "previous" ?
Complete thread -- ...right common femoral-to-below knee popliteal artery bypass.."by-ca" graft is
Complete thread -- oops, more info inside
Complete thread -- med s/l testulin 60 mg
Complete thread -- Flagyl, IV contrast, *and etherin* and question of Atrovent.
Complete thread -- 1.6, total protein was 6.3 with *alf of 203*
Complete thread -- Doing a Worker's Comp note.
Complete thread -- *on it* (guess without .wav)
Complete thread -- no wav there.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- thanks much
Complete thread -- No paced beats. Patient asymptomatic. Obviously not using his pacemaker
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway- flagging....
Complete thread -- I hear fracture lid too. Don't know what she really wants though.
Complete thread -- Sounded like "Fracture Lid" I keep trying to hear line, but I can't..
Complete thread -- no .wav; can you give a s/l
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- Mu ranges 8–13 Hz., and partly overlaps with other frequencies. It reflects the synchronou
Complete thread -- Oh my. I finally heard and verified "mu rhythm."
Complete thread -- I think it might be near-rhythm, but I'm blanking it. Darn :(
Complete thread -- 8 to 12 Hz is alpha, theta is 4 to 7 anyway.
Complete thread -- I definitely can't hear theta. It's more like myarhythm or neorhythm.
Complete thread -- theta rhythm
Complete thread -- EEG shows 9 to 10 Hz "neorhythm" during wakefulness.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- Triton?
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- documentation for VerifyNow, see link.
Complete thread -- just found it. thanks poiT
Complete thread -- VerifyNow®
Complete thread -- cardiology note. s/l verifinow test? see message and thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will do.
Complete thread -- just a note about this board-the +- signs indicate messages or not.
Complete thread -- wet-to-dry dressing? Another WAG.
Complete thread -- No, that's the problem. I've tried Stedmans, Google, and archives here.
Complete thread -- WAG-lateral malleolar?
Complete thread -- Can you document? (I haven't heard of either, but that doesn't mean
Complete thread -- Don't think so. It sounds like "S" "X". Wondering if Excell or Access splint?
Complete thread -- Sorry, meant S/L leg-ones-el we will continue to...
Complete thread -- 2. *LEG ONES ELBOW. Continue to follow with dressing changes and foll ...
Complete thread -- sugar-tong splint?
Complete thread -- I suppose but just wanted to make sure no one has heard of anything else it
Complete thread -- could they be saying the size? (XS-extra small)?
Complete thread -- s/l "X" "S" splint. Is it XS splint or Excess splint? Can't find anything.
Complete thread -- s/l "X" "S" splint. Is it XS splint or Excess splint? Can't find anything.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! ...
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Complete thread -- night positioning splints
Complete thread -- Also XXXXXXXXXX was fit with bilateral _________splints. ...
Complete thread -- I hear vitamin E oil also
Complete thread -- requency = frequency
Complete thread -- I think she mispoke, lingular.
Complete thread -- Allevyn
Complete thread -- She was admitted here on 9/25/10 status post amputation of the right g ...
Complete thread -- Thinking she may have meant "lingular," but she's clearly saying "linguinal."
Complete thread -- Linguinal?
Complete thread -- vitamin E oil
Complete thread -- i think it's just vitamin E...:(
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She has tried vitamin __________for 6 weeks and notes that it is " ...
Complete thread -- works with many patients...and can do a TAR evaluation
Complete thread -- Dr. Morton works with many of _______patients with vulvodynia and agai ...
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Complete thread -- past that needed to be treated therefore we are trying to avoid using
Complete thread -- However, she did have a history of having some hyperplasia in the past ...
Complete thread -- bladder dilatation?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- urinary requency status post bladder "delocation"...
Complete thread -- I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- he repeats and i am sure that is how he is intending it but how to type? 32nds of a liter?
Complete thread -- I've heard a quarter of a L , third of a liter, three-quarters, but never 32nds?
Complete thread -- Stedman's Cardio shows only VF; however, their abbr book shows it as v fib or
Complete thread -- s/l 30 seconds or 32nds
Complete thread -- I don't use any of those, because there are many and everyone has their "preferred way" an
Complete thread -- Do you type A-Fib and V-Fib the same way?
Complete thread -- Thanks very much.
Complete thread -- can you hear acetominophen?? (check spelling though)
Complete thread -- sorry, meant to send this link for you
Complete thread -- I realize that, that's why I said 'missing' rate.. :D
Complete thread -- checked archives and found "level II - read about levels in this link (node groups)
Complete thread -- There is no sound between "550" and "16"... hmmm..thanks
Complete thread -- I think you're missing "rate"... rate of 16, pressure support of 10 and probably FIO2
Complete thread -- Thanks for answering darlene. Sure I have posted, I am glad
Complete thread -- Thanks Darlene... I don't think doc was referring to a specific company, though.
Complete thread -- She's my immediate supervisor and is so incredibly busy that I hate to ...
Complete thread -- only couple minutes till end of shift
Complete thread -- I would do arabic numerals...2nd, 3rd, etc.
Complete thread -- when they continue talking while yawning...chewing, etc. uggh
Complete thread -- "SIMV mode, tidal volume 550, 16" pressure support of 10 and 100%.
Complete thread -- so frustrated...I will take anything you got that will fit to make sense! ;)
Complete thread -- I want to quit! lol best s/l I could come up with is "see-dem-pens"
Complete thread -- Thank you! This same blank has been stumping me for weeks.
Complete thread -- artery, vein, artery (3-vessel cord)
Complete thread -- yep, with nurses yelling in the background "Mr. SoandSo, open you eyes, clang, bang,
Complete thread -- Air Evac EMS, Inc., sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help. I am "iffy" on it so I'm flagging. ...
Complete thread -- why poi, I have seen you post a question. Some are hesitate to send too many to QA
Complete thread -- Placenta delivered "AVA" with no defects.
Complete thread -- s/l buns catheter may be Bern catheter (guess since can't hear it) sm
Complete thread -- I think BNP(CHF) would be BMP (basic metabolic panel to assess kidney
Complete thread -- Not saying transtibial, thanks.
Complete thread -- catheter
Complete thread -- Specimen: Level II, III, IV, V left neck mass. sm
Complete thread -- No, sorry, this is under past surgical history...oops
Complete thread -- I have one who dictates in the OR while clean up crew of maybe 5-6 sound like sm
Complete thread -- maybe that's it, thanks
Complete thread -- maybe s/l serum owl screen-- ? is serum viral screen sm
Complete thread -- find it amusing how doctors think we can hear with a "chainsaw" in the background.
Complete thread -- Reinforced fluid intake
Complete thread -- s/l rain forest fluoride intake ..... :(
Complete thread -- transtibial?
Complete thread -- +2 to 3 right ankle effusion?
Complete thread -- Just flagged.
Complete thread -- s/l "two to three" right ankle fusion
Complete thread -- sorry, not *you must*, but you might.
Complete thread -- technique? (going to be hard to verify if you can't get a s/l
Complete thread -- it doesn't s/l urine, but thanks
Complete thread -- urine? (see message)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- check for rejection by getting BK virus by PCR and a serum s/l "owl" screen.
Complete thread -- do all of your reports go through this QA person or just flagged reports?
Complete thread -- Oh no, don't get me wrong, I am glad people post here. I learn from them. Was
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Not OP, but I have QA person available to check with AFTER I've
Complete thread -- QA = quality assurance. I cannot just call up mine. I'm lucky if I can get anything back
Complete thread -- Thanks! It's pretty clear, so I'll go with it.
Complete thread -- why would someone post here if they had a QA person that
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I think so, thanks!
Complete thread -- She suggested air evacuated. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks... I think I'll check with my QA person & see if she has a suggestion.
Complete thread -- Air-Evac'd? Not sure on caps. I think Air-Evac is a company name--check though.
Complete thread -- I think it's the grade-- G2 T1a RCC
Complete thread -- Doc says patient was air vac-ed (transported by helicopter, I presume) but I can't
Complete thread -- assuming you meant he put in quotes (I would not put in parens)
Complete thread -- Doc states *gee two tee one A RCC* when talking about this pt
Complete thread -- Lomotil?
Complete thread -- In looking at pictures, though, it does appear to make sense.
Complete thread -- perhaps a place to start. this site does not confirm sm
Complete thread -- uses s/l "modil" only very infrequently
Complete thread -- yup its TVT
Complete thread -- obtain a positive expiratory pressure valve "pickle" from respiratory therapy
Complete thread -- tension-free vaginal taping (TVT)? What is the procedure being performed?
Complete thread -- A spinal needle was used to enter the retropubic space from the anteri ...
Complete thread -- tenotomy? *guess with total lack of context*
Complete thread -- incision
Complete thread -- I got this one = Healos. Have a great evening everyone!!
Complete thread -- oops--- Heilose was used followed by the bone mixture.
Complete thread -- I spoke too soon. Now I got s/l heilose
Complete thread -- Accell Evo3®c, a 3rd generation product, combines the optimized formulation ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Done for the day!! Yipppeee~!!!
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Spine surgery- ..bone marrow aspirate, autograft, Decadron, platelets, s/ evo 3 and
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- anesthesia dolorosa
Complete thread -- She also had over the next several hours numbness. Since that time, s ...
Complete thread -- I cannot decide if he corrected himself or if he really wants to list like this...
Complete thread -- see, your hist could be cyst, ovarian cyst. then something else.
Complete thread -- I wondered about that. Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- probably Mobic. (a Hispanic accent is going to pronounce "V" as "B", maybe the converse
Complete thread -- I'd say he mistakenly left off the number TNM (tumor, node, and metastasis)
Complete thread -- makes no sense since it runs into the next. might need to listen closer...
Complete thread -- Venezuelan doc again.... med s/l mah-vick (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks both!
Complete thread -- yes, google Wii fitness
Complete thread -- Cancer staging question....
Complete thread -- extension....usually neck exercises
Complete thread -- The plural of foramen is foramina. ( so (right side)foramen is)
Complete thread -- like the Wii.... as in Nintendo Wii
Complete thread -- Benign positional vertigo. S/l extension or extinction exercises
Complete thread -- wav help - video games like ____
Complete thread -- she just say laparotomy for ovarian... but did not specify
Complete thread -- thistle?
Complete thread -- ovarian what.... cancer? you have exploratory laparotomy for ovarian
Complete thread -- it feels as if her arm is with spasm or that her arm is spasming?
Complete thread -- "it feels that her arms with spasm". makes no sense. it feels as if it might be fluctuati
Complete thread -- *histil* in the eye
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- AP, 45-degree oblique, and direct lateral
Complete thread -- should this be IN or AND? thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks SOOOOOO much!
Complete thread -- thanks...that is it... her accent is so strong. I could not figure out what poly yoyo was!
Complete thread -- fluoroquinolones.= class of antibiotics = levofloxacin = Levaquin. he is all mixed up
Complete thread -- I am finding Levaquin but doc is saying levoquinolones but I
Complete thread -- patient with FAP but I think she is correct above, thanks
Complete thread -- are they looking for diabetes? classic triad of diabetes is: polyuria, polydipsia, s/m
Complete thread -- Doing a physical therapy initial exam
Complete thread -- Venezuelen doc s/l poly-yoyo or poly dipsia
Complete thread -- I can see it, but if you are not 100% sure, probablybest to flag it.
Complete thread -- Doing a physical therapy initial exam.
Complete thread -- That is what I was thinking, that it is a lot. It would be almost a can a day.
Complete thread -- gross, but some people can smoke 3 packs a day too.
Complete thread -- I could see 2 cans of dip a week....wow 10? I guess it could be possible (sm)
Complete thread -- I am questioning the amount. s/l "ten" cans. Is that way too many or reasonably
Complete thread -- a small clump of dip is 'pinched' out of the can and placed between the lower lip and the
Complete thread -- Easily, see pics at link
Complete thread -- dip would be chewing tobacco
Complete thread -- Emergen-C packets
Complete thread -- can you give some context please?
Complete thread -- anyone familiar with a drug s/l emergency C??? thanks in advance nm
Complete thread -- SHX: Tobacco: s/l ten cans of dip per week. --Im not that familiar with dip, anyone
Complete thread -- Isn't there one on the left and one on the right.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- ahh, thanks
Complete thread -- the this level would be my signal that it is singular.
Complete thread -- Any way to know/determine if this is singular or plural here? She states
Complete thread -- Brethine (terbutaline oral)
Complete thread -- terbutaline
Complete thread -- bed rest with oral tocolytics, *breathine* and continuous followup care
Complete thread -- yep, they use it like that.
Complete thread -- can you possibly hear philtrum?
Complete thread -- Is entities used correctly in this sentence. I've never heard it used here before.
Complete thread -- allegedly??
Complete thread -- s/l algy
Complete thread -- stumped on a body part in genetic evaluation, pls sm (fast talker)
Complete thread -- Must be
Complete thread -- Must be the holidays everybody being so nice! LOL
Complete thread -- No mucus seen in nose?
Complete thread -- thought shallow too but sure soudns like swallow - ESL doc though
Complete thread -- they would point that out as failing to take the chest x-ray in
Complete thread -- there is another diabetic medication, Janumet?
Complete thread -- shallow inspiration (did not take a deep breath)
Complete thread -- maybe diagnostic arthroscopy? (d *slash* a) ?? trying hard to
Complete thread -- S/L Medication Name
Complete thread -- true, but that was not her question.
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray showed pulmonary venous congestion, *swallow inspiration*, left-side
Complete thread -- no mucous *cyanosis*
Complete thread -- thanks everyone, have a blessed day!
Complete thread -- pericallosal artery "aneurysm"
Complete thread -- Please discern the ? being asked. There is nothing about any aneurysm.
Complete thread -- may be repeating for clarity DSA ?digital subtraction angiography sm
Complete thread -- the cavity (1 thing) AND the gallbladder area (1 thing) WERE completely ...
Complete thread -- apex aneurysm ? sm & link can read on it a bit
Complete thread -- yes. very very strange.
Complete thread -- he sez it twice? DSADSA??? hmmmm
Complete thread -- Etravirine (Intelence, TMC125)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Found it, it's Intelence.
Complete thread -- Uh, yeah. Apices (plural of apex) makes absolutely no sense here.
Complete thread -- Med in med list, listed as s/l entilance. Pt w/HIV.
Complete thread -- The patient was a direct admit to the Neurosurgery Service for further evaluation and
Complete thread -- see message please
Complete thread -- Can you give the surrounding context? He might just say it and then repeat it, but is this
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I read it wrong.
Complete thread -- syringes?
Complete thread -- UGH, what is the matter me.
Complete thread -- Several *inches* were utilized
Complete thread -- right knee DSADSA (??? MD spells DSADSA and says capitals). ??
Complete thread -- ...somewhat "attached"??
Complete thread -- taut...
Complete thread -- thanks to both of you for your help.
Complete thread -- was taught and somewhat *trace* to the liver
Complete thread -- I don't hear "extend" - s/l flex the index finger......(to full fist)
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- seen? even? something down to a full fist.
Complete thread -- encopresis part of that?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, see message
Complete thread -- maybe definite period is -- indefinite or even definitive ?? period of time nm
Complete thread -- 7 y/o with constipation sm
Complete thread -- a possible hint for next time. Google.com + Nissen fundoplication+surgical technique link
Complete thread -- I hear flaps are interdigited with each other sm
Complete thread -- thank you very much... p.s., the last word is stent, not tent, fixed..
Complete thread -- agree monilia sm
Complete thread -- Yes, thats it. Thank you
Complete thread -- I see references to FineCross micro catheters by Terumo Medical (on google search)
Complete thread -- Monilia?
Complete thread -- s/l Ma-nil-ee-a
Complete thread -- s/l bimitten subacromial decompression
Complete thread -- thanks. flagging
Complete thread -- Cardiac Cath: s/l fine cross ?
Complete thread -- I sent it to QA. Hope they get it... its bugging the heck out of me. Thanks.
Complete thread -- can't get your wav - but last sentence may be "taken out of the OR to the recovery room"
Complete thread -- carried out with normal saline. The flaps _____ and closed with 5-0 chromic
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- might be diaphragmatic crus?
Complete thread -- lesion probably
Complete thread -- I don't hear "with". Full extension was obtained of the MP... (maybe?)
Complete thread -- s/l ? leash? s/m
Complete thread -- with full extension _____ MP joints and the PIP
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Maybe ____ fascia - pronouncing "fazia"? s/l deck-a-fazia
Complete thread -- Nissen fundoplication. s/l "deckafazion" See inside for more.
Complete thread -- unsure if this is diastolic or systolic
Complete thread -- Thanks all! I will go with that!
Complete thread -- maybe incurred plasmapheresis?
Complete thread -- mild acute heart failure, _____ diastolic or systolic, history of atrial fibri
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- something plasmapheresis? (not sure "entered" makes sense for that)
Complete thread -- anion gap
Complete thread -- (Slurring French doc) Patient with hx of lymphoma. (see msg)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- creatinine 1.2, glucose 92, _____ of 10, calcium 9.8, total protein 10.5
Complete thread -- nebulizer treatment. "shortness of breath was sent" doesn't make any sense.
Complete thread -- I flagged.
Complete thread -- It sounds like he is correcting himself on the "2-mm" measurement. Don't know what it is.
Complete thread -- Patient felt better after getting _____ in the ER.
Complete thread -- Well, that is exactly what I heard but I thought I was going crazy.
Complete thread -- LOL!! I hear "two calling birds"
Complete thread -- possibly varicosities?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- retraction from its insertion on the humeral head ____.
Complete thread -- If that is all there is to the wave then a period after "head". There is nothing else
Complete thread -- I tried, but cant really hear SVT, which is what it prob is, so he get a blank.
Complete thread -- I can hear the entire voice file.
Complete thread -- PMH:Hypertension, spinal stenosis, "doe-sy-dees" of the left lower extremity, pneumon
Complete thread -- I have an ASR report by an ESL. My s/l is "SUT" and ASR had "SGOT"
Complete thread -- oh yeah, it was a typo, sorry.. Thank you so much! ...
Complete thread -- I would use "hope" - I think the word "what" should be "that"?
Complete thread -- The wav file ends before the blank
Complete thread -- grammar
Complete thread -- s/l "sin-vid-o-grams"
Complete thread -- retraction from its insertion on the humeral head _____
Complete thread -- eight
Complete thread -- s/l aid or eight
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l cb. He definitely puts an "s" sound at the beginning of this
Complete thread -- thanks! I searched the archives before and nothing came up, but now i searched again, and
Complete thread -- looks like centripetal per archive search here
Complete thread -- is it centripetal or centripedal fat distribution (around to abdomen)
Complete thread -- is it centripetal or centripedal fat distribution (around to abdomen)
Complete thread -- just noticed he said sleep disorders twice. He often repeats himself, I'll delete one.
Complete thread -- thanks. Didn't post context. This is a pulmonary doctor assessing for sleep apnea.
Complete thread -- I would do "has been taking p.o. well."
Complete thread -- also I should say, can't hear any .wav though
Complete thread -- google has hits for "substance of the nail bed" go with it.
Complete thread -- "left infarct of the right basal...." does not make sense
Complete thread -- Wav sent, thanks! s/l substance? does this make sense?
Complete thread -- cardiac disease, before that could be seizure disorders?
Complete thread -- cardiac disease.
Complete thread -- wav help - no family history of sleep disorders, ____ disease, pulmonary disease,
Complete thread -- never mind -- thanks anyway :)
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- please see message
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ignore the 2nd guess..
Complete thread -- He is edentulous.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- not sure what I am hearing, but here is a good link for chemo drugs...
Complete thread -- Physical examination continues to reveal a submandibular mass which no ...
Complete thread -- 5-FU
Complete thread -- He is now statsus post 3 cycles of Taxotere, cisplatin, and __________ ...
Complete thread -- never heard this before. he is doing exam and says GIT (for GI exam) and GUT (for GU
Complete thread -- ...ischemic disease also was noted. s/l Chronic left infarct of the right...
Complete thread -- guesses - 1st = left?; 2nd = mastoid?
Complete thread -- another wav pls, thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- #1 No masses detected?
Complete thread -- #2 in that study.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- yep Sondergaard's groove sm
Complete thread -- yup!you are right!
Complete thread -- sorry. I cannot access the sound on VR reports for some reason.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- "breath control pills" probably should be "birth control pills"
Complete thread -- type your s/l into google, it directs you to zolpidem.
Complete thread -- medication "zopadem" and breath control pills
Complete thread -- good idea! I want to hear it too!
Complete thread -- wav?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- you should sing that back to the doctor :)
Complete thread -- well, the kidney was from his sister, so we could add that to the final line...
Complete thread -- LOL--where is the partridge?
Complete thread -- this guy is cracking me up....he did not quite dictate this to the tune of "12 Days
Complete thread -- positive Lachman's?
Complete thread -- pivot shift
Complete thread -- alacment is alignment?
Complete thread -- ACL Stability shows a one positive "elacment" on the right with a negative "tibichip"
Complete thread -- no doubt too late, but: and/or gallbladder stones
Complete thread -- Wow, you must have REALLY been missing a lot of key information when you
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks very much!
Complete thread -- Sondergaard's groove (unconfirmed)
Complete thread -- atrium was then opened up through s/l "sonograds" groove
Complete thread -- Got it!!! Bowel prep
Complete thread -- s/l BAL PROPE
Complete thread -- s/l pre codes of Doppler may be precordial Doppler sm
Complete thread -- snuff
Complete thread -- social history: no tobacco "sniff" and alcohol usage...
Complete thread -- Okay thanks. Just thought I would make sure someone else was hearing the same thing. LOL
Complete thread -- clear as a bell. I would flag, but maybe he is saying PU for
Complete thread -- Posted a WAV file on this.
Complete thread -- Hey, if you want to receive good answers, then we need certain information, please
Complete thread -- I was thinking peptic ulcer esophagus disease, but can't confirm.
Complete thread -- Geeze. the baby was born at the end of August, and there were only 4 months to follow
Complete thread -- flagged is something the OP posted to say he was moving on
Complete thread -- that's what I thought but he definitely said PUED
Complete thread -- Hey, you're going to want to provide a little more information before you get reprimanded,
Complete thread -- not PUD-peptic ulcer disease?
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: Abdominal pain, possible PUED, possible pancreatic or gallbladder stones
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Mikulicz
Complete thread -- PT daily note. OBJECTIVE: 10 minutes of manual therapy. Patient received joint
Complete thread -- pullout Bunnell suture?
Complete thread -- a blunt [s/l mickilick] sponge?
Complete thread -- possible?
Complete thread -- It's okay, my patent has expired anyway lol
Complete thread -- Yep,
Complete thread -- Oops! Meant to put Moi!! Sorry! No identity theft here! ;) And, no, I have no idea how I
Complete thread -- ?ascites
Complete thread -- another poi on the board!
Complete thread -- Peritoneal seeding with some [s/l uh-sight-ees]?
Complete thread -- boundry?
Complete thread -- s/l Witches hair gauze
Complete thread -- xxx with a portal vein clot and a phlegmon around a "pussul"duodenal ulcer
Complete thread -- We marked out the *battery* of the tumor
Complete thread -- s/l pre codes of Doppler was then placed
Complete thread -- Bounty Bunnell sutures? Bony Bunnell sutures?
Complete thread -- I'm reasonably certain that is not what he is saying, but it is really hard to tell!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ok, good luck
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Just like normal questions, context and more info can help immensely.
Complete thread -- ______________positional therapy was discussed. ...
Complete thread -- Could he just be saying "The resting rate.."
Complete thread -- Pre-exercise, resting, supine electrocardiograph, the [s/l ricksher] rate is 65
Complete thread -- The area of dissection was observed with the gas off and etc., (checking hemostasis)
Complete thread -- I think PA may be prior authorization (form) for prescription sm
Complete thread -- ohhhh...that is a good one!
Complete thread -- to me, it sound like it is a lap/adrenalectomy (instilling gas CO2 to see organs) sm
Complete thread -- removing any gross tumor spillage there. Dissection was observed....??
Complete thread -- thorough?
Complete thread -- No that doesn't make sense either. They wouldn't be concerned
Complete thread -- a table and watched *their* dissection.
Complete thread -- I guess it is possible they removed the adrenal glands to a
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input! I'll flag.
Complete thread -- doesn't make sense to me, everything was already removed.
Complete thread -- Knutson Koch Cone-Urology Instruments · Operating Scissors Straight
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- really s/l colt, so I'll flag as can't document.
Complete thread -- Thanks but can't get that. Seems to start with "th" and is either
Complete thread -- further dissection.
Complete thread -- Kinda long, so posted inside. Questioning whether "their dissection" makes sense.
Complete thread -- Ah, just saw this post now. Thanks for suggestion. Will probably have to flag.
Complete thread -- Not sure about that...can't document. Are you familiar with or just a suggestion?
Complete thread -- btw, "Koch" is pronounced "Coke," "Koch's postulates" s/l "Coke's postulates."
Complete thread -- Koch?
Complete thread -- *colt* scissors used in adrenalectomy. Can't find in my books or Google. Please
Complete thread -- go with this one; "prior" makes the best sense.
Complete thread -- A is probably "authorization" from ins company. Maybe P=phone or T=telephone?
Complete thread -- might be P.A. for "prior authorization" ?
Complete thread -- thelarche is the correct WORD, but not premature thelarche. NB age 3 mos, esp if brf, has
Complete thread -- Most likely this will require a S/L - PA or TA. ??? see msg for entire note
Complete thread -- Most likely this will require a S/L - PA or TA. ??? see msg for entire note
Complete thread -- "centrally pink" and "compliant chest wall" are correct. #3="in utero glycogen depletion"
Complete thread -- (hehe! :-)
Complete thread -- my guess = "excision" for 2nd word, and 1st word = "incidental," or something meaning that
Complete thread -- cor for "heart," or "cardiac" profile, I assume.
Complete thread -- oops. Missed that. thanks.
Complete thread -- Also...he says right lower extremity warm, not warmth.
Complete thread -- thanks so much. Just never caught that B in there.
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- bullous changes?
Complete thread -- reply
Complete thread -- Acute on chronic cellulitis with severe lymphedema and venous insufficiency.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Boston Scientific - see link - for documentation
Complete thread -- Xenform® Soft Tissue Repair Matrix
Complete thread -- medial malleolus (checking leg length?)
Complete thread -- Xenoform or Xenform graft?
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- thank you, thank you, thank you.
Complete thread -- PopLok?
Complete thread -- ACL reconstruction with cadaver graft
Complete thread -- premature thelarche
Complete thread -- complete placenta previa?
Complete thread -- duh to me, can't have complete partial *nevermind*
Complete thread -- partial previa?
Complete thread -- OB delivery.
Complete thread -- ignore above guess.. maybe *lipophilic* exclusion?
Complete thread -- Can't hear either of those, still trying. Thanks.
Complete thread -- *something* equation?
Complete thread -- free flow? freed up?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- s/l "freebo" mucin was removed with the suction device.
Complete thread -- thanks for the reply, he says it 3 times in the report "2729"
Complete thread -- after googling your question, On-X comes in many sizes so 27 and or 27, 29?
Complete thread -- flap! I just realized that is what I usually hear.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- This one I'll have to flag. I thought I'd hear area but really s/l flare. Thanks though!
Complete thread -- Yes, I can hear this now. Thanks again!
Complete thread -- Thanks for all your help!
Complete thread -- leukonychia
Complete thread -- maybe just area?
Complete thread -- the old post it - solve it :)
Complete thread -- On December 21, 2010, I had the pleasure of seeing Ms. _________back i ...
Complete thread -- yes to the blue line question
Complete thread -- never mind, antral gastritis.
Complete thread -- Me again, glaucoma surgery again. Pledget placed under the *Tenon flare...*
Complete thread -- wav help ___ gastritis, patient has heartburn for which she takes omeprazole
Complete thread -- wet-field cautery?
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both! With prompt to listen for a number, I can hear seven-oh (7-0) now!
Complete thread -- In glaucoma surgery, *wet seal* cautery was then used....
Complete thread -- tih no = 10-0?
Complete thread -- * 9-0, or set of 9-0 pure guess, please check, just looking at your s/l
Complete thread -- Redo aortic valve with a "27 29" On-X mechanical valve. (how to type 2729)
Complete thread -- Corneal traction suture placed with a *set-tih-no* (uh) Vicryl suture.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- atypia
Complete thread -- atypia
Complete thread -- neuroendocrine tumor, with a low degree of ______. S/L a-tip-E
Complete thread -- I was debating that last comma, go with the helper below.
Complete thread -- Need help with Czech accent endocrine consult exam on 3-month-old
Complete thread -- my suggestion *see message*
Complete thread -- subcutaneous, well-circumscribed, mobile, 2 cm diameter, round lesion
Complete thread -- what might be secondary to? area of body? surgical history?
Complete thread -- those are correct as is, no hyphens, since 'up to date' isn't modifying a noun in either.
Complete thread -- that's because without the hyphens, it's just 3 separate words, and OneLook doesn't
Complete thread -- Help with punctuation?
Complete thread -- At that time thinking that this might be secondary to mechanical causes such as s/l
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- Cardiology note. I'm missing/can't hear a tiny word or maybe not needed....
Complete thread -- s/l ? core? s/m
Complete thread -- You would use a hyphen if it comes before a noun...up-to-date lab work,
Complete thread -- 2nd glank - to see if patient is able to wean off the Foley
Complete thread -- #1 continued UTI? #2 since the patient agreed to
Complete thread -- I always use hyphens, and if you check onelook.com (just type in those
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- NM....think I'm making things too complicated here 1:50 over 150.
Complete thread -- I don't believe CT images in their original format would make
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- google redirects to reformatted....
Complete thread -- up to date - when to hypen?
Complete thread -- administered intravenously without complication. *Formatted* images were submitted
Complete thread -- sampling? (from digital rectal exam)
Complete thread -- insulin correction question --thanks for the info!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks to both!
Complete thread -- AS-aortic stenosis?
Complete thread -- going to flag.
Complete thread -- Workers’ Compensation
Complete thread -- Check out these hits...
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Where does the apostrophe go in "workers" comp? (I checked archives but saw a
Complete thread -- thanks poi
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- visual blood on the "s/l stempline." (PLease help. Thank you.)
Complete thread -- i did, thanks
Complete thread -- s/l es versus SAM
Complete thread -- Pradaxa. new drug on the market
Complete thread -- rxlist.com is the one i use
Complete thread -- genetic testing showed abnormal number of *tri nuclear tag-grow-pees.* Pt is female
Complete thread -- site for searching drug dosage
Complete thread -- A call was placed to her primary care physician to discuss antiplatele ...
Complete thread -- for the catheter related pain.
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- see One Look up above for dictionary meanings
Complete thread -- I agree....I thought I was hearing entrance, which made no sense.
Complete thread -- est enfant terrible--flag!
Complete thread -- maybe hear "interest" in there?????
Complete thread -- sure..see message
Complete thread -- benign *senescent* calcification
Complete thread -- sheesh..I was hoping it would get better..LOL Hopefully someone else will chip in here.
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- oops, sorry.
Complete thread -- you might want to reload your wav file, someone posted over you.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yuk...denies drink, came to the hospital with no _____....
Complete thread -- you posted your wav over the unanswered wav above.
Complete thread -- added wav
Complete thread -- Medial
Complete thread -- musculotendinous
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- chest wall but there was no evidence of *musculo-tendon* avulsion
Complete thread -- didn't get to hear wave, but all was mentioned but common bile duct. sm
Complete thread -- not a biggy, but no need for cap, named after a Japanese fishing pot
Complete thread -- s/l meadow distal and proximal screws were placed
Complete thread -- so far I have just found Odom scale or criteria sm
Complete thread -- procidentia
Complete thread -- found this albeit late Bratkowski test sm & link
Complete thread -- status post vaginal hysterectomy for pelvic *pros-ta-don-tia*
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- M8
Complete thread -- context - see board rules
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- google Viscoat and peruse the first couple of articles
Complete thread -- residual viscoelastic
Complete thread -- Subdural hemorrhage surgery - sounds like M8 or MH round bur.
Complete thread -- aspiration was used to remove _____ and one 9-0
Complete thread -- yep, no that for fact. LOL.
Complete thread -- s/l Viscoat expressed
Complete thread -- got it, he's just slurring "into that"
Complete thread -- Loestrin??? doks kant spel
Complete thread -- Will flag, thanks
Complete thread -- maybe someone can get this s/l for knee injection
Complete thread -- doc spells birth control pill loesterol but I am finding that for cholesterol
Complete thread -- centrally - as in his body is pink, even though his extremities may not be!!!!
Complete thread -- Newborn PE who is borderline small for gestational age
Complete thread -- wav file, want to hear either azotemia or etiology. Cannot really hear either.
Complete thread -- will flag; there is a Lunar extremity scanner, so might be saying "limb" or "Lunar." ty!
Complete thread -- i just hear "at the ligament" towards the end of your blank...can't catch the beginning.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- open MRI s/l "loose scanner" MRI--pt. is claustrophobic, needs "loose scanner MRI." ?
Complete thread -- NM, short note and need to send in now.
Complete thread -- EKG results...
Complete thread -- and a 4.5 cc of normal saline was injected *back* and a total 30 cc was removed
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- proceeded to try to dissect ____ in order to
Complete thread -- Figured this one out. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I figured mine out so go ahead and post your wav again.
Complete thread -- I know this doesn't make sense with the whole *MI at home
Complete thread -- Nevermind - it's Vfend
Complete thread -- no problem, thanks
Complete thread -- Also question the two 7 distal locking holes. Is that the correct way to type it?
Complete thread -- sonographic
Complete thread -- I am sorry I think I posted my wav at the same time you did and was slower at posting sm
Complete thread -- We then placed a Synthes distal clavicle plate on the patient's clavicle. This sm
Complete thread -- to try to dissect ____ in order to place clip and the clips
Complete thread -- Medication sounds like "E-fend" - patient with AML - dose 200 mg daily
Complete thread -- sorry, s/l was coag but it is Coreg. I kept relistening. Thanks
Complete thread -- are you questioning folic acid? maybe Coreg for coag?
Complete thread -- s/l folic acid, amlodipine, vitamin B12, s/l coag, plavix, marinol...I know some
Complete thread -- Calot and visualizing the _____ the cystic duct and cystic artery
Complete thread -- You know, that might be possible - might be a slight hiccup in the recording. Tx!
Complete thread -- probably Lunar Prodigy Advance DXA (sm)
Complete thread -- 1st s/l "______ agreed." Maybe "and we all agreed"?? He is toooo fast!!!
Complete thread -- This is her first bone density and it was done on a Lunar Prodigy
Complete thread -- WAG... maybe saying "echocardiographic" or electrocardiographic" really fast
Complete thread -- found it, isoniazid
Complete thread -- I think I finally got it.. is this correct. Takotsubo?
Complete thread -- I am not spelling this close enough to bring up on the internet..
Complete thread -- Sending to hosp. with lab and s/l "congraphic" studies.
Complete thread -- drug
Complete thread -- I need help with wav please
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- viscus
Complete thread -- *Bladder nor viscous* were identified
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I was also coming up with hepatoiminodiacetic acid scan
Complete thread -- I don't expand non-disease-entity abbreviations in the diagnosis/impression/etc.
Complete thread -- stool ball
Complete thread -- Finding a few things, but if you had to expand HIDA, what do you put?
Complete thread -- multiple diverticula and stool ____ in the colon
Complete thread -- Thanks. It just looks funny to me.
Complete thread -- yes, thank you
Complete thread -- I'd put it just as you have it nm
Complete thread -- arm lead reversal?
Complete thread -- Dictator says white count is "23.2-thousand" - how would you type this?
Complete thread -- s/l omnis reversal
Complete thread -- isthmic?
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- no .wav
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- do you hear it yourself when you click on the WAV board link?
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Joanie, glad to see somebody checked it out. I giggled for half an hour.
Complete thread -- Type *sacr*geal* at onelook above. ALL HITS have it as sacrococcygeal
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- n/m gonna flag and go with Odom
Complete thread -- You can't swim across the Pacific Ocean? then use your jet ski! LOL It is too
Complete thread -- 25.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- doc stated to cap all letters in ODOM - but i am finding that only the O should be
Complete thread -- thanks as always poi!
Complete thread -- sacrococcygeal
Complete thread -- i am showing both ways to type this. which is best?
Complete thread -- thanks, everybody, for trying to help with this one. I gave up and left a blank
Complete thread -- I wish I could use Piotrowski, but he said "brat" very clearly. he's gonna get a blank
Complete thread -- see message for a funny little time waster....
Complete thread -- opps..I see you *brat* above, I guess not this either. Sorry, can't find a brat sign.
Complete thread -- Biernacki's sign, loss of the Achilles tendon reflex?
Complete thread -- from definition it looks right. unfortunately, he said 'brat' very clearly. sigh.
Complete thread -- trying again: Piotrowski sign
Complete thread -- thanks. have that site, cannot find anything like what he said. argh!
Complete thread -- he pronounces it pretty clearly. sm for entire sentence
Complete thread -- I'd do the second.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- meant to go just below original post. no commentary intended as regards above suggestion.
Complete thread -- there's a Piotrowski sign...
Complete thread -- but if you can't figure it out there, I think we will need more
Complete thread -- that is extremely helpful info!! thanks again Lo
Complete thread -- adenosine?
Complete thread -- i have 2 questions on this cardiac note.
Complete thread -- Here is a good link for signs.
Complete thread -- foot exam. positive **Bratkowski** sign. I cannot document this. any ideas?
Complete thread -- HSV PCR was negative, ______CMV, EBV, and HIV were negative. ...
Complete thread -- HSV PCR was negative, ______CMV, EBV, and HIV were negative. ...
Complete thread -- thanks Lo
Complete thread -- You are too good of a helper to hide behind nm. I think
Complete thread -- nevermind. found it!! ScoliScore
Complete thread -- maybe something like scoily score? for scoliosis. child with juvenile idiopathic scolios
Complete thread -- unable to document this. s/l scully score saliva test ? see
Complete thread -- I've been posting here for a long, long, long time and people use nm constantly
Complete thread -- actually that isn't true here. You don't need to put nm and sm,
Complete thread -- Then again, if verbatim, I'm going to go with the notion they're going with what they
Complete thread -- is "nm" your moniker? kind of confusing to see that when there *is* a message.
Complete thread -- That must be it. Thanks for the help! ...
Complete thread -- thanks! He slurs, so that is most likely it.
Complete thread -- lolololol! I do that exact same thing :) You are welcome.
Complete thread -- major embellishment on os calcis? (unless there's some adjectival form I'm not aware of).
Complete thread -- os calcis?
Complete thread -- cannot find an ortho word....s/l osseocalcus. (os-see-oh-calcium-sus)
Complete thread -- (if the part after the semicolon could stand on its own, then you would go with the ;)
Complete thread -- comma
Complete thread -- sorry again. should be you are NOT your.
Complete thread -- thus the difficulty deciding which would be "preferred," since both are
Complete thread -- your are such a great help poi! thanks so
Complete thread -- for an endoscope insertion, btw, not for medication. VR had "per orum,"
Complete thread -- well, if it is verbatim, then it is as dictated. :D
Complete thread -- So the manufacturer has it as No., Rxlist, and the PDR -- 3 clear references.
Complete thread -- yes, agree. I should have said for verbatim, which was my situation when
Complete thread -- shock pads?
Complete thread -- and it is on FDA drug list that way (per WB drug list). I see now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Dorland's and Stedman's abbr both prefer per os.
Complete thread -- should this be a comma or a semicolon after weeks? thank you for helping
Complete thread -- Yes, it is named after someone, Dr. Peter Zanca.
Complete thread -- sorry - meant zanca.
Complete thread -- does zanka need to be capped here?
Complete thread -- per orem vs. per orum = per orem preferred, apparently
Complete thread -- I asked my supervisor this and this is what she said "MPR uses ...
Complete thread -- It's on the bottle as No. 3. etc. not the symbol. the PDR has it and the bottle picture is
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: 1. WELL-WOMAN EXAM 2. BILATERAL PATELLAR TENDON SE ...
Complete thread -- I did look at Tylenol.com but they just had their OTC medicines.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could someone explain the Tylenol No. 3, not #3, No. 4 #4
Complete thread -- Doesn't seem to be in your standard, mainstream dictionaries, but is
Complete thread -- is minorly a word or did my doc just make it up? see mess and thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Never mind. I see what you're saying now.
Complete thread -- No they do not
Complete thread -- 2 Tylenol No. 3's have the same amount of codeine as 1 Tylenol No. 4
Complete thread -- in PDR also, pictures
Complete thread -- on rxlist TYLENOL® with Codeine No. 4 contains powdered cellulose, magnesium stearate, sod
Complete thread -- Codeine - Tylenol #2 3 4 - Dosage -
Complete thread -- i heard there's Tylenol No. 4
Complete thread -- Tylenol #4 for headaches . Am I hearing this right? number 4?
Complete thread -- This is what I found, so I wouldn't think it would be in all caps in a report.
Complete thread -- yep, injectate
Complete thread -- s/l inject ate
Complete thread -- http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:cekqRtQNZqIJ:www.ethicon360.com/produ
Complete thread -- According to their catalog, it is SecureStrap.
Complete thread -- So simple and I really didn't think of that since he pronounced like 'scur'. I can't..
Complete thread -- WAG: "scar-ball"?
Complete thread -- Found it, Ethicon securestrap "stap fixation device." Still checking on capitalization.
Complete thread -- I can't even find a "strap" stapler used in operations period? Nothing in Stedman's GI/GU
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- laparoscopic hernia repair, s/l secure strap stapler. sm
Complete thread -- cleanse, good hygiene of dehiscence at stoma
Complete thread -- "wash" over the area?
Complete thread -- It looked almost like a granuloma or a s/l "scur-ball" surrounding...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- stromal?
Complete thread -- How to find for next time? google.com + augmentin + dose for 3 year old. SM&link
Complete thread -- She had a corneal erosion OS nasally that was treated with "serumal puncture"...
Complete thread -- don't think so - I sent it in, thanks
Complete thread -- tasks?
Complete thread -- No, not saying team, but thanks.
Complete thread -- WAG-team?
Complete thread -- the s/l "tass" were to perform the procedure without putting him on bypass if
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- (The 10th listen was the charm) LOL
Complete thread -- after epinephrine injection around it, a clip was applied.
Complete thread -- epinephrine injection_____, a clip was applied.
Complete thread -- It seemed to have an exposed blood vessel. There was no bleeding. After ------ inje
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. That is it exactly.
Complete thread -- augmetin dose at 900 mg
Complete thread -- Just part of the Job
Complete thread -- Just part of the Job
Complete thread -- Just part of the Job
Complete thread -- Why don't doctors listen to themselves? This idiot just dictated, "xxxx xxxx is a
Complete thread -- pars defect?
Complete thread -- S/L pious defect sm
Complete thread -- I would think one (see BoS, page 279) top of age...but
Complete thread -- This is what I do also, listen on high speed, for the ones that
Complete thread -- absolutely... I rewind on many and proof all and especially new dictators for some time
Complete thread -- ahh, thanks so much
Complete thread -- I didn't hear Questran, I heard colestipol (cholesterol)
Complete thread -- ischemic right foot cellulitis, DVT, ...
Complete thread -- Maybe right foot?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- She does have a history of recent ischemic _______ cellulitis, DVT, which
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ischemic _____ foot cellulitis?
Complete thread -- Questran - found some evidence that fits if pt treated for C. diff see msg
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Depends on account. BoS would say to use the number, if you follow the BoS?
Complete thread -- would use # 1 or spell out one?
Complete thread -- vancomycin to be followed by _____. She was on Coumadin.
Complete thread -- s/l skinny guy food
Complete thread -- monitored?
Complete thread -- thanks all.
Complete thread -- moderate is wrong. Something m. Not sure if it is therapy or physical therapy.
Complete thread -- and moderate on therapy - makes no sense but it is close.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but doesn't sound like that. Will have to flag.
Complete thread -- succinylcholine
Complete thread -- pneumaturia (same as below/listed as synonyms in Stedman's)
Complete thread -- pneumatinuria??
Complete thread -- Pt with colon cancer. He is not having any dysuria or *pneumourea*
Complete thread -- and later on felt better? (I hear something that sounds like it starts with an M, but
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- emergency room with steroids _____ felt better.
Complete thread -- Allgery: s/l ses-a-mu-ko-line.
Complete thread -- methylprednisolone
Complete thread -- I pulled up a report just in the last day or 2 that someone else did and they had typed
Complete thread -- de Quervain’s tenosynovitis with s/l metho prodneezolone single injection
Complete thread -- going with coracoacromial only.
Complete thread -- I'm a bit of a perfectionist. I proof everything- and even play back the audio on high
Complete thread -- I have an account where I need to pull up previous dictations and I have NEVER pulled up a
Complete thread -- thats it
Complete thread -- not sure if he is correcting himself here....
Complete thread -- The ideal thing is that you actually proof it as you go. Time has become $$$$$. The only
Complete thread -- I have one that does that so it stands out for her nurse to get everything for it.
Complete thread -- Just wondering--do you all proofread your reports before sending them in? When I took
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- since the (radioactive) isotope (for the V/Q scan) can be injected into her right hand IV
Complete thread -- I wouldn't...
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- hip replacement abduction pillow? (if not, look for a brand name)
Complete thread -- the doc stated to cap "Pediatric Orthopaedic Medical History Form" in this sentence,
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- hemoglobin and hematocrit stable at ...
Complete thread -- I think it might be stable now that numbers are out of the mix.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I kept trying to get a number in there.
Complete thread -- s/l a prosen adductor pillow was ordered for the patient
Complete thread -- guess only - still low at?
Complete thread -- Wav file, last report on this guy. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Wow. I am impressed.
Complete thread -- multiple ulcers in different healing stages
Complete thread -- I think I hear healing stages? as the last 2 words but that could be wishful thinking.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks again.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Hope you are up for another one!
Complete thread -- Thanks! Now i hear it...
Complete thread -- 1st - end-stage renal disease
Complete thread -- I agree with this one..
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- a bone bruise on the proximal tibia....
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. That could be gastroesophageal reflux disease? Maybe?
Complete thread -- I made mine an MP3 file so leave yours.
Complete thread -- sorry, seems like we sent in Wavs at the same time. you can put yours up and i will try
Complete thread -- Wav sent- blank. sounds like bone bur, not spur...
Complete thread -- I think the 2nd is swing-bed?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- i think i will send to QA. He has a few unclear spots in this report in any case
Complete thread -- sorry, that was not clear. s/l ovarian tonian, but tonian may be a correction of the
Complete thread -- sounds like ovarian maybe correcting to tonian
Complete thread -- actually sounds like a correction/stutter - says oh-way-rian the first time, corrects it
Complete thread -- dermoid? (suggestion without hearing wave)
Complete thread -- can't hear wav, do you have a s/l?
Complete thread -- recurrent?
Complete thread -- don't think so although it would fit, but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- POSSIBLY? correction from ovarian to Bartholin, and pronouncing wrong :-(
Complete thread -- just goes onto family history. I flagged it, made no sense.
Complete thread -- Thank you. That makes sense.
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- no... not above.. seems like Imitrex max of 200 mg in 24 hours.
Complete thread -- Mexitil 200 mg
Complete thread -- drug s/l maxa-two
Complete thread -- Oh geez.....he's saying 12 of 2003.
Complete thread -- She is complaining of crampy, "girlie" abdominal pain, with nausea and vomiting.
Complete thread -- what come after that?
Complete thread -- alteplase?
Complete thread -- agree - about everything!!!
Complete thread -- s/l glistens may be porcelain (aorta is calcified) not sure the words were heard right sm
Complete thread -- cardiac catheterization and medical treatment was suggested s/l 12 of level 3.
Complete thread -- PPIs?
Complete thread -- Can't imagine. Have never heard such in all my years. I'd have to flag that.
Complete thread -- doc giving list of allergies and she says "all P-P's" any ideas on what s.m.
Complete thread -- thanks! and thanks for your research, it explains your reasoning quite clearly and makes
Complete thread -- good! I have researched and am comfortable with AND but good
Complete thread -- I was actually waiting for other input, but I thank you anyway for trying to help!
Complete thread -- don't run with that answer...probably wrong
Complete thread -- perf IV/meningitis
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- no, he definitely says peripheral
Complete thread -- I am thinking *and*, but wondering is peripheral = perihilar?
Complete thread -- would be "alveolar density IN the peripheral nodule" or "AND the peripheral nodule"?
Complete thread -- would be alveolar density in the peripheral nodule or and the peripheral nodule?
Complete thread -- illnesses
Complete thread -- jamais vu
Complete thread -- just as you have it - Screen for Child Anxiety Related Emotional Disorders (SCARED)
Complete thread -- status post craniotomy with symptoms of *jam may vou *
Complete thread -- Found it - Screen for Child Anxiety Related Emotional Disorders
Complete thread -- onuses?
Complete thread -- Psych report...s/l a "SCARED" was administered
Complete thread -- sl/ onysis??
Complete thread -- I hear __ gluconate 950 po daily. there is a calcium gluconate in doses of 950
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Is it Zantac 150 mg...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- DISCHARGE MEDICATIONS: Vitamin C 500 mg p.o. daily, ____ 50 mg p.o. daily, mu
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you... (next time I'll search the board myself)
Complete thread -- a way to start your search: type titious in Word List.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU SO MUCH ! ( now I can hear it clearly)
Complete thread -- called, Dr. Sa??? , panculture. ?
Complete thread -- adventitous? what's the exact sentence?
Complete thread -- okay...I could make a case for outer...thanks much!
Complete thread -- on her feet all day?
Complete thread -- Word for "bad" heart sounds... ends in "titious"
Complete thread -- Think this might be home care but she has a cold AND an accent.
Complete thread -- other cavity? outer cavity? (unconfirmed suggestions)
Complete thread -- consult was also called up ______ panculture.
Complete thread -- s/l ? feed-all-diet? s/m
Complete thread -- patient’s case was discussed with *cold care* and the patient
Complete thread -- ENT question -- patient with cholesteatoma and ongoing funal infection ...sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- gonna flag, thanks for "coarctation of the aorta"
Complete thread -- noted to be stable ??
Complete thread -- The patient was _____ on 10/19/2010
Complete thread -- earache - sorry
Complete thread -- seems to make sense, see message
Complete thread -- I thought efforting.
Complete thread -- not this, nevermind this guess
Complete thread -- is efforting, but only because of that appears to be ?
Complete thread -- wav file, not even sure it needs to be there.
Complete thread -- glistens = stents?
Complete thread -- makes sense to me, kinda like pulling his hair out, or an ear ache.
Complete thread -- is *quad patient of the aorta* "coarctation of the aorta"
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- None of that sentence makes any sense?
Complete thread -- s/l *glistens*, any ideas? thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, just *to reveal*
Complete thread -- Can't hear that here.
Complete thread -- isthmus, also revealed should be reveals
Complete thread -- erythema? (which is also there under PE)
Complete thread -- got the inked blue and inked black but need s/l ismosis seems orange
Complete thread -- finding Omeprazole Magnesium Delayed-Release 20.6 mg capsules. DR should be fine sm
Complete thread -- The patient was admitted for left leg swelling and *a wiggling*
Complete thread -- the patient has radioactive iodone hypothyroidism.....sm
Complete thread -- Are ya sure it's not SR for sustained release rather than DR --then 20 mg
Complete thread -- Makes sense; what else can ya ask?
Complete thread -- googling wart and your s/l gives Cantharone
Complete thread -- punctuation looks fine; now will listen
Complete thread -- wav sent, not sure if I got all of the words and punctuation correct
Complete thread -- omeprazole DR20 (How do you type this?) Am I typing that right?
Complete thread -- she stumbles with recurvation
Complete thread -- Sports Med - exam - .wav sent
Complete thread -- CHP California Highway Patrol ? though not real sure "they" have backboards
Complete thread -- Oops, it's DME.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- makes sense to me (just not used to hearing the flow of terms)
Complete thread -- Oh thank you!
Complete thread -- Listen for this -- "basilic vein transposition"??
Complete thread -- dictator probably just stumbling around, means volume loss of right lung sm & link
Complete thread -- NM, says again for height and I hear SDS, which I found in archives.
Complete thread -- I hope you research your answers, because Im not sure about this one.. maybe
Complete thread -- weight 57.3 kg (above 99th percentile, 2.39 *STS). Height
Complete thread -- Biomechanics, home exercises....
Complete thread -- here are some access site for AV fistula sm & link
Complete thread -- s/l ketarone? s/m
Complete thread -- Sport Medicine - s/l "bilocanic home exercises" - .wav sent
Complete thread -- YES
Complete thread -- s/l B M E
Complete thread -- Status post arteriovenous fistula "by-bass-a-city-van-trance" position
Complete thread -- chest x-ray
Complete thread -- sentence doesn't make sense-missing a word?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That is what I got, pre wall. Could not document.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- cervical aponeurosis
Complete thread -- - sorry! didn't hear "with", but something about pre wall percussion vest
Complete thread -- Ignore this. Had a couple more blanks in the next line.
Complete thread -- CT of cervical spine, no cervical *app nows* were noted.
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ahh, sorry.
Complete thread -- NM!!! I just googled and got hits, not sure what I googled before... LOL!!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- "Nystop®" Nystatin topical "powder" ---- 1st one.
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- Patient here for his "index" screening colonoscopy. He has no family hx of colorectal CA
Complete thread -- suppression, febrile neutropenia
Complete thread -- meant nystatin
Complete thread -- Patient here for his
Complete thread -- Medication: "Nine-stop-porter" between the "on-tis-is" nistatin.
Complete thread -- to bone marrow suppression for ______, nausea, vomiting, GI upset,
Complete thread -- any possibility that it is ecchymosis?
Complete thread -- chemotherapy due to the statistics from *adjuvant* online and also with the
Complete thread -- The fistula is patent with thrill. There is HEME-O-SIS present.
Complete thread -- Pt with end-stage renal disease with patent left arm arteriovenous fistula
Complete thread -- onelook finds Minor's as in Dr. Minor - see message
Complete thread -- Yes, found both.
Complete thread -- Did you check archives?
Complete thread -- Is it minor sign or minor's sign?
Complete thread -- Maybe the term for paramedics in that state. I might say
Complete thread -- The patient was a restrained passenger brought in by a CHP in full C-s ...
Complete thread -- nothing there
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Thanks! You are right! (I had a feeling I was hearing something wrong)
Complete thread -- double checking if this is what the doctor said
Complete thread -- or has changed in size (what I think I hear)
Complete thread -- wav help - the ovarian cyst is getting smaller or *has stayed the same* size
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- lower
Complete thread -- wav help - she has some ___ abdominal discomfort.
Complete thread -- Appreciate the suggestions, but he is clearly saying "amambia"
Complete thread -- ambien?
Complete thread -- Namenda?
Complete thread -- Taking Percocet, Vicodin, and s/l "Namambia" for relief of his symptoms.
Complete thread -- can you give a S/L ?
Complete thread -- nothing there for me too.
Complete thread -- plz try now
Complete thread -- nothing there.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- HVLA maybe?
Complete thread -- LOL thanks all
Complete thread -- ROFL! Those are funny!
Complete thread -- s/l HVL would anyone know what this stands for in this context? pls sm
Complete thread -- I can't begin to tell you some of the crazy stuff.
Complete thread -- actually our company uses ISR.. "intelligent speech recognition,"
Complete thread -- I think it would be funny to see what VR would do with dictation like that! job security!
Complete thread -- (hehe! before going to google I was about to suggest the "I" stood for "idiot"!
Complete thread -- (google suggests it is both ISR, integrated speech recognition & IVR, integrated voice rec
Complete thread -- sorry, it is ASR (automatic), we mock it using the I (intelligent?) that's a slip
Complete thread -- *dumb question*....what is ISR, I get the speech recognition, but the I?
Complete thread -- (tell him that your MT friends are warning him to expect nothing but coal in his stocking!
Complete thread -- periaortic lymph nodes
Complete thread -- portacaval, caval, Hope these suggestions help :(
Complete thread -- maybe that's how he says "porta hepatis"? (there Are porta hepatis lymph nodes)
Complete thread -- oh, my word!!
Complete thread -- Ohhhh. let me tell you the horror stories. I have some that make him sound good and they
Complete thread -- Ohhhh. let me tell you the horror stories. I have some that make him sound good and they
Complete thread -- I would also!!! He's so bad they can't possibly make him use SR instead; a real human MT
Complete thread -- (I bet you are right, "Precarinal node," gastrohep....with "lymph" understood.
Complete thread -- I know this doesn't help,but I would cry if I had to do an entire report of this guy!
Complete thread -- YES!!!! that's that danged last blank (aka "pericardiac,"& "periodic")
Complete thread -- now last blank sounds more like "periodic lymph node" than pericardiac
Complete thread -- wouldn't it really be the precarinal lymph node, gastrohepatic ligament? just askin'
Complete thread -- there is periaortic in that mess too
Complete thread -- and also listen comma, left periaortic lymph node.
Complete thread -- ewww.. he's ucky. what terrible noises in the background! I hear porto-something
Complete thread -- (his very long pause is confusing) For last blank I might have heard "pericardiac"
Complete thread -- now hearing it, he may be saying "pericarinal and gastrohepatic lig" ???
Complete thread -- "precarinal (lymph nodes is understood)," so it needs comma after it...
Complete thread -- can't hear wav? Do you have a s/l?
Complete thread -- I bet GIST tumor is correct! (I withdraw my feeble "gastrostomy" suggestion! lol!)
Complete thread -- in the precarinal gastrohepatic ligament, portohepatic, _____ lymph node.
Complete thread -- n/m. have to send it. but thanks
Complete thread -- GIST tumor?
Complete thread -- a balance trial? cannot find. s/l
Complete thread -- possibly gastrostomy?
Complete thread -- Im just not getting it... left a blank.
Complete thread -- The patient had a s/l "gistromy" removed along w/a gastric ulcer in the past.
Complete thread -- Haglund d.=bursitis@Achilles tendon, Hagner d=hypertrophic pulmonary osteoarthropathy,
Complete thread -- I believe a few pale tan covered some..
Complete thread -- I wonder, maybe in reference to the erectile dysfunction. thanks
Complete thread -- Pletal???
Complete thread -- s/l plee-toh pls sm
Complete thread -- Okay, good! It sounded like that's what he was saying, but I have not been doing this long
Complete thread -- a VSD (ventricular septal defect ) which closed ... young, and
Complete thread -- No more info than "history of s/l heggler's (or heddler's) disease." This is in a
Complete thread -- This is for child neurology
Complete thread -- (varies with locale, and whether speaker is a francophone or not.) SM
Complete thread -- I don't see why dental burrs WOULDN'T be used in hip surgery. SM
Complete thread -- inhe must be "angle," I'd imagine, without knowing joint or carrying angle he means.
Complete thread -- or, did he give the adjectives out of order, "pale tan some nodules" 4 "some p t nodules"?
Complete thread -- I will listen to it again with your suggestions in mind!
Complete thread -- My MT professor gave us a website that has a freee medical spell checker
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if that is supposed to be smooth..or flat..she covered sm
Complete thread -- It's pronounced just like that: "som" - like mom with an s -
Complete thread -- I googled it and the first 10 entries show it capped. nm
Complete thread -- It's a shame some people are more concerned with feeling superior
Complete thread -- sm for congested. I don't think pale tan is hypenated. how is som pronounced?
Complete thread -- how to figure it next time? Drugs.com enter drug name gives brand/generic names
Complete thread -- Late, but just in case, the only thing I could think of would be the MMSE
Complete thread -- NM flagged, checked 2 psych books, googled, archives
Complete thread -- Pathology of a colon: "pale-tan [som?] nodules."
Complete thread -- i also had some really insulting posts, but most people are very helpful and nice and it's
Complete thread -- for cognitive disorder, NOS, consider performing the *NEMA* to
Complete thread -- never mind - got it - antibiotic bead placement
Complete thread -- antibiotic bead(s)
Complete thread -- s/l antibiotic B placement - sm
Complete thread -- He doesn't actually name the procedure, but it is an
Complete thread -- Of course I care! Why would you even say something like that?
Complete thread -- Even using Google, you should know that any brand name is ALWAYS capped.
Complete thread -- I don't recommend using google for meds as it isn't reliable.
Complete thread -- s/l Ighe - sm
Complete thread -- thank you. found it both ways on google.
Complete thread -- it is the brand name, so a capital T
Complete thread -- blood pressure medication Tribenzor. Is it a cap T or small t? Thank you.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- fund of knowledge very common term in psych assessments
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- maybe slurring your s/l to Ilizarov (Femoral Lengthening) Ilizarov Technique:
Complete thread -- context - pediatric neurodevelopmentalist in psychological assessment
Complete thread -- check out general fund of knowledge
Complete thread -- s/l general fundant knowledge
Complete thread -- If she's still on the same report as below sm
Complete thread -- I think so too, but sometimes they can have clues in the exact naming of the procedure,
Complete thread -- I would try femoral calcar
Complete thread -- based on all of the other questions, it looks like a hip replacement sm
Complete thread -- Of course.
Complete thread -- Please, reconsider the morph (?) below. Can you give us the procedure
Complete thread -- I wish they'd share what the procedure actually is, might help, maybe not, but
Complete thread -- thanks everyone
Complete thread -- I would leave as is. They dictate like that all the time, i.e., admit for rule out etc
Complete thread -- gotta agree with this, makes no sense at all. I don't even think
Complete thread -- Oo, that could be it, too. These are great suggestions!
Complete thread -- Should postop be 1 word in this sentence?
Complete thread -- I bet that's it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- all I can think of is trial ?core femoral component. I did go to DePuy site
Complete thread -- WAG...anchor?
Complete thread -- They're dictating how they're making the incision into the skin. it has nothing to do with
Complete thread -- femoral kale core? hale core?
Complete thread -- That has to be it. I can't imagine what else it could be! Thank you!!
Complete thread -- what is the procedure?
Complete thread -- Can you verify anything like a 'morph/morphological' approach. doesn't make much
Complete thread -- found this sm & link see what you think.
Complete thread -- I had toyed with that, but he pronounces it with a pretty hard "p" sound...
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Are dental burs ever used in hip surgery?
Complete thread -- morphological?
Complete thread -- Yes, exactly how it is pronounced.
Complete thread -- for is fine. many phrase it that way. I'd not change it, unless you verify with account
Complete thread -- not sure about that...my read on your note is that the patient
Complete thread -- "A modified [s/l morp] exterior approach was made..."
Complete thread -- I was wondering if there is a type of seizure that could sound like "rule out".
Complete thread -- Is "DePuy" ever pronouced "depew"?
Complete thread -- "Leg-length markings were carried out with a [s/l Richardson] rod"
Complete thread -- not sure what your question is....
Complete thread -- s/l rule out seizures
Complete thread -- I have a radiologist that uses it all the time.
Complete thread -- well awl be dawg. never woulda thunk a dat.
Complete thread -- if that matches your s/l, I would "acute or sinister"
Complete thread -- sinister?
Complete thread -- please help me find the word that fits
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- or even just "tensive"
Complete thread -- tenacious?
Complete thread -- viscous?
Complete thread -- could be socked-in :)
Complete thread -- Finger. 10 mL of s/l tensor sanguinous drained.
Complete thread -- pneumonic?
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- palifermin
Complete thread -- ? Dilantin
Complete thread -- s/l palfeman to decrease mucositis sm
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray revealed s/l socked in right lower lobe infiltrate with
Complete thread -- Nevermind - think I will flag
Complete thread -- I do see a few hits for "optical fiber scissors"
Complete thread -- See message below - 2 blanks
Complete thread -- medication question. please sm
Complete thread -- Still nothing there.
Complete thread -- excising compound nevus .. sm.. Tks
Complete thread -- Still not there....
Complete thread -- wav plz check now
Complete thread -- a and b, as well as dental wav ?s not there; solly, Cholie
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- wave uploaded see msg.
Complete thread -- thank you very much!
Complete thread -- Thanks for making sense out of that, I was still scratching my head :)
Complete thread -- practically to the point where he required hemodialysis.
Complete thread -- practially to the point where on hemodialysis.....???? sorry, doesn't make much sense
Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- thanks poi.
Complete thread -- pectoral
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- here's where you'd search to find that, see link.
Complete thread -- thanks for all help
Complete thread -- omg lol it's bronchodilator meds
Complete thread -- patient is female but no mention of other medications in report
Complete thread -- Also, is the patient female? something HER meds?
Complete thread -- Are there any other clues somewhere in the text - like what kind of meds pt on?
Complete thread -- s/l crocodilator meds
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) (marijuana)?
Complete thread -- The patient was "TC konamino positive," cocaine and benzodiazepines positive.
Complete thread -- you might want to listen for included rather than excluded.
Complete thread -- got it: it's row. thanks again
Complete thread -- thanks sounds so much like glow and don't hear an "s" at the end
Complete thread -- distal tarsal toes, only partially excluded on this radiograph (with) focus to the toes
Complete thread -- s/l glow (make sense?)
Complete thread -- Thx for suggesting. It made sense that she didn't have the courage to touch the floor wit
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you!
Complete thread -- thoracic, remain
Complete thread -- truncated?
Complete thread -- in regard (no s) to her; thoracic or rib fxs perhaps?
Complete thread -- encouragement to be out of bed == brace makes sense IMO
Complete thread -- and another fun one.
Complete thread -- fracture is the topic
Complete thread -- including because the "gross" exam does not involve any "scope.
Complete thread -- I bet doc's intention was "grossly and microscopically normal" ??His unique abbreviation?
Complete thread -- (I'd give an eye tooth to know what that given name was! lol!)
Complete thread -- (I encountered the Fr word "tranche" meaning "slice." Was doc neologizing to "tranchiated,
Complete thread -- And also for your reading pleasure - suture anchor
Complete thread -- I guess since the suture goes with the anchor I can spell it the same. ty
Complete thread -- Look up JuggerKnot anchor and see what it says - I did it for you inside
Complete thread -- That has to be it. TY!!
Complete thread -- I know there is a JuggerKnot anchor, but is there a "juggernaut" suture for tendon
Complete thread -- and I am your fan!!!! thanks so very much.
Complete thread -- thoracic endovascular aneurysm repair (TEVAR)
Complete thread -- Thank you both, it actually might be transected.
Complete thread -- s/l tee-voh pls sm for context
Complete thread -- transected?
Complete thread -- markers of inflammation
Complete thread -- s/l tranchiated or translated a guesss truncated (shorten, cutting
Complete thread -- Nice link, thanks. Ty to all helpers.
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- s/l tranchiated or translated
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- might be pressure __to the ?
Complete thread -- ahh, TWYNSTA (telmisartan/amlodipine thanks for coming back, new one to write down sm
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't get blank
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't get blank
Complete thread -- s/l zosee may be (?) not familiar - Zassi sm
Complete thread -- can't be blank, but to the right of lumbar spine
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- s/l zosee"
Complete thread -- woe is me. He paused after saying Twynsta. thank you so much
Complete thread -- let me relisten to see if he put a pause when he spoke thanks
Complete thread -- but don't know if they are related.. still checking
Complete thread -- see link - https://labmanual.ynhh.org/labidx.html
Complete thread -- I think.. Complement Factor B
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Complete thread -- CFT? as in complement fixation test?
Complete thread -- there is a Twynsta (telmisartan/amlodipine)-which is not eye drops.
Complete thread -- hepatitis C PCR and genotype and "CFB levels" and abdominal ultrasound
Complete thread -- from what I was ready it could be either.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- No he just dictated she was on eyedrops under his med list.
Complete thread -- *not arguing, just discussing* but I found it to be another layer
Complete thread -- Any way to know for sure if saying aerobic or anaerobic in the following...
Complete thread -- I don't, recast the sentence. pain management p.o.
Complete thread -- do you know what they're FOR?
Complete thread -- In the Plan, dr. dictated "P.o. pain management." How would you type the p.o. at the
Complete thread -- I'm sure Linda appreciates your concern.
Complete thread -- So then your account completely ignores what many other accounts do, in that you don't
Complete thread -- It sure does where I work - but you are right, not on the board, but Linda here is no
Complete thread -- Don't put any names, period, is the point of my post. Still is. Doesn't even need to
Complete thread -- I relistened on the eyedrops and he does say s/l Twinsta very plain??
Complete thread -- The point of your post then is
Complete thread -- We put names in if dictated. Would get in trouble if changed to "the patient" if name was
Complete thread -- thanks, but s/l twista but I will relisten.
Complete thread -- This horse is dead, quit beating it.
Complete thread -- But I do agree, be careful - could accidentally put in more identifying info unintentional
Complete thread -- I saw the sounds like..*embarrassed*..wish there was an erase button! *again*
Complete thread -- Get real. There are 50 million Lindas. Linda, Betty, Cindy, Pam...No confidential info
Complete thread -- I think that maybe sometimes here, they just haven't fixed it yet, or they think because
Complete thread -- thanks.. wav got posted over i think
Complete thread -- Thanks for responding. I have seen this occur many times
Complete thread -- That's certainly the way our accounts have it set up and how the BoS addresses
Complete thread -- NM flagging
Complete thread -- I have 2 accounts. One we change to the patient and the other we leave
Complete thread -- Just curious...but I was told never to put the patient name in
Complete thread -- whatever.
Complete thread -- Im so sure another medical transcriptionist is gonna know this is the Linda who had cough
Complete thread -- It would be if someone here knew a Linda who went to the doctor, with those symptoms,
Complete thread -- seriously?? It is a first name only (!!!) this is not a violation!
Complete thread -- try not to put patient name(s)
Complete thread -- above post had to do with this wav lol
Complete thread -- reported 'for patient name
Complete thread -- with what she thought was a cold
Complete thread -- what she thought was a
Complete thread -- the wav I hear is talking about Linda, 62, who has had a cough she thought was a cold ???
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Wav has patient name and does not match text
Complete thread -- had to receive some FFP?
Complete thread -- cease the _________(medicine?)
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- There is a Vasomax but it is a supplement for ED. I'm not sure
Complete thread -- Yes distention is correct, but there is more. Usually hear
Complete thread -- I knew white balance was correct, but googled hysteroscope
Complete thread -- Supplements *Omni max, Sam-X, Vasomax, K max,
Complete thread -- Looks like correct word in *distension* in this case? Will go with that.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks! Could you link me some hits so I can see how you found them?
Complete thread -- WAG stands for wild *ss guess. The med guess was GenTeal.
Complete thread -- Lots of google hits and white is correct.
Complete thread -- distension medium (saline), and it's white balanced
Complete thread -- distention medium of saline ?
Complete thread -- That was it. Thanks again!
Complete thread -- Filshie
Complete thread -- LOL-forget that! wrong area
Complete thread -- Sheehy
Complete thread -- Obviously not my area! I'm so frustrated. Anyway, tubal ligation note...
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll go back and listen for that. : )
Complete thread -- The hysteroscope was *white* (light??) balanced and focused. Checking
Complete thread -- I don't understand the WAG-GenTeal??
Complete thread -- Essure tubal occlusion?
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- Female getting her tubes tied. Procedure is...
Complete thread -- Female getting her tubes tied. Procedure is...
Complete thread -- WAG-GenTeal?
Complete thread -- listed on medicines. s/l twin-stu (short u sound) eyedrops
Complete thread -- only can think of Nugauze, sorry.
Complete thread -- only can think of Nugauze, sorry.
Complete thread -- agree, made up term
Complete thread -- TNT 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene which is TNT = explosive
Complete thread -- never heard of this and did pathology for many years; agree with hyphen
Complete thread -- yes, dissected it off the surrounding tissue
Complete thread -- cayenne as a dietary supplement comes in 40,000 unit capsules
Complete thread -- not intro or retro. He says normo
Complete thread -- not intro or retro. He says normo
Complete thread -- s/l *KN* 40,000 units 2 capsules daily
Complete thread -- Try surrounding
Complete thread -- yes, I believe so. Thanks.
Complete thread -- shiny?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- retroverted?
Complete thread -- TNT (trinitroglycerin)
Complete thread -- incorrect
Complete thread -- meaning that seen with a scope, it is grossly normal. no hyphen
Complete thread -- Pt with Crohn's dx havind surgery of the anal area. "Nucetin" may be placed. TIA
Complete thread -- grossly-scopically normal?
Complete thread -- cervix is "normoverted" made up term?
Complete thread -- Opana ?
Complete thread -- That's funny!
Complete thread -- Need a drug - see msg.
Complete thread -- Had to share! Indian doctor says at the beginning when giving the patient's name...
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- s/l will tea may be (?)Wiltse sm
Complete thread -- Wiltse
Complete thread -- paramedian fashion for a *will tea* type approach.
Complete thread -- ? Allevyn - maybe saying it fast
Complete thread -- think he's maybe abbreviating endoscopy (unit/department) as "endo"
Complete thread -- s/l "AVL dressing"
Complete thread -- s/l "inda."? NDA, INDA, ENDA?
Complete thread -- hemodialysis PTFE loop graft ?
Complete thread -- Pt on hemodialysis has a "fetal" loop graft in his left upper extremity.
Complete thread -- Oh...I see! Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- I believe he is abbreviating disease as DZ, either way
Complete thread -- Well, GER=gastroesophageal reflux and, per Medilexicon, DZ=disease
Complete thread -- a flag :)
Complete thread -- He specifically stated G-E-R-D-Z...sm
Complete thread -- TNG=nitroglycerin per medilexicon
Complete thread -- GERD = gastroesophageal reflux disease
Complete thread -- GERDZ...sm
Complete thread -- it sure isn't TNT though
Complete thread -- I wouldn't flag that.
Complete thread -- Gleason grades for prostate cancer
Complete thread -- Thanks, i couldn't find any references but he is very clear with TNT. I will flag.
Complete thread -- NTG is nitroglycerin. 0.4 mg is the normal dosage.
Complete thread -- s/l TNT 0.4 mg sublingual p.r.n.
Complete thread -- sure..test confirmed MI and PE.
Complete thread -- Great, thank you so much!
Complete thread -- per BOS, use arabic numerals for grades, so just as you have it is correct.
Complete thread -- Guess I should have listened further. Now corrects to grade 3 + 4 in only one specimen 20%
Complete thread -- Prostate biopsy showed adenocarcinoma, grade "4 plus 3." How to transcribe that?
Complete thread -- Oh my lol: My error, shudder, but the meaning was there now wasn't it.
Complete thread -- Why thank you! You don't usually think I am 100% correct LOL
Complete thread -- shutter? you shutter? oh my.
Complete thread -- Thanks all.....doc spells word twice in report but doesn't
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- as read in one article by a pathologist, radiation is "cummulative" sm
Complete thread -- triple-lumen
Complete thread -- Using Seldinger technique, a "Tra-vu-men" central line was placed.
Complete thread -- Tracheostomy tubes come in many varieties, including cuffed, uncuffed and fenestrated. A c
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- nonfenestrated ?
Complete thread -- "She has a "s/l nonfenistrated tracheostomy" in her throat"
Complete thread -- Gosh, I just don't know, I think I will flag. Thanks for the help anyhow.
Complete thread -- thanks everyone!!!
Complete thread -- contrast enhanced films?
Complete thread -- completion?
Complete thread -- try 0.014, but definitely not 0-14.. compilation films? comparison films?
Complete thread -- ala of pelvis?
Complete thread -- followup of his left lower extremity angioplasty-some foot pain-
Complete thread -- Yes! I'll bet that's it. You're a genius.
Complete thread -- is ill with bursitis?
Complete thread -- patient has elbow bursitis?
Complete thread -- is disabled with bursitis?
Complete thread -- 0.014?
Complete thread -- patient had a flareup of bursitis?
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "ala" bursitis
Complete thread -- well, if you're not getting tons of x-rays, probably no damage, however, if you
Complete thread -- found under catheters in Stedman's, but you need to verify
Complete thread -- 0 and 4 wire?
Complete thread -- Well, don't know where I was looking but finally found it on Terumo web site
Complete thread -- Ultrasound and MRI does not use radiation. X-rays, if done,
Complete thread -- Radial approach cardiac cath. Judkins catheters with a Jacky catheter sm
Complete thread -- dental x-rays are the worst
Complete thread -- I have had many others too....CTs, US, MRIs, etc. of abdomen, head, neck, etc. No shield
Complete thread -- small rural hospital... they have never shielded my kids either.
Complete thread -- I good tech will shield, just for patient comfort (make them feel
Complete thread -- agree. You should also be shielded including thyroid for dental. You have to demand it
Complete thread -- Hecks becks. I'm 56 and they still shield my girly parts. You must have some sloppy x-ray
Complete thread -- interesting on personal experience...I have never had a shield my entire life...I am in my
Complete thread -- it is somewhat of a double edged sword though as if the
Complete thread -- I am an x-ray tech, you just have to place the shield higher
Complete thread -- YES!
Complete thread -- would they use gonadal shielding on a girl?
Complete thread -- I guess not so strange afterall. Thanks for the confirmation.
Complete thread -- I have a bunch of them that use is frequently.
Complete thread -- found it...SMAS flap
Complete thread -- ok, thank you!
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I've had a doc or two over the years use that phrase.
Complete thread -- very strange!! I guess if you can rule-out your can also rule-in?
Complete thread -- wording help - (ruled in) sm
Complete thread -- sounds like letters but really fast so it might not be
Complete thread -- increased cholesterol, constipation, and _____
Complete thread -- platysmal flap?
Complete thread -- were letters SMS or s/l SMS?
Complete thread -- *S M S* flap
Complete thread -- and as it was so long - I think I can hear
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- maybe doctor is using term alcohol loosely, I could imagine 8 quarts of beer.
Complete thread -- was thinking *a long stem* but can't make sense of sentence
Complete thread -- nice *solve* me again!
Complete thread -- 8 cups - like 8 drinks?
Complete thread -- 8 quarts of alcohol a day?!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- to use a 6.5-mm stem and as it was still *alone* a posterior stem
Complete thread -- that would be true too..with 2 surgical sites.
Complete thread -- DUALMESH®
Complete thread -- okay then :) they are placing 2 pain pump caths then :)
Complete thread -- Am finding Kugal mesh, but lots of problems with that so perhaps not....
Complete thread -- No, sorry. Dual was the question. I forgot to remove the DuoNeb.
Complete thread -- 2 gallons of alcohol a day? Is that even possible? I couldn't
Complete thread -- listed in Stedman's
Complete thread -- On-Q is a pain pump...and our docs use them to help with postop pain...not sure what the..
Complete thread -- looks like it is part of his abdomen dictation. Would leave it under
Complete thread -- s/l dual On-Q
Complete thread -- is anyone there? lol
Complete thread -- thanks thats it!
Complete thread -- we have to give headers, even though doc doesn't
Complete thread -- such as pyogenic granuloma?
Complete thread -- lol, i finally heart quarts. but the first 100 times, it only sounded like carts.
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l pouch ana granuloma
Complete thread -- cans? (like beers?)
Complete thread -- the patient was drinking 8 ?carts? of alcohol a day? carts? Love my ESLs
Complete thread -- any chance it is an abbreviation, just a WAG?
Complete thread -- yes, this is what he says. Wondering if I should connect the thoughts with a ; or not
Complete thread -- is the -- 37 was handwritten-- part of the dictation?? If so then what I'd is
Complete thread -- is this typed correctly>
Complete thread -- That's why you hopefully never do reports on people you know. yikes. :D
Complete thread -- I wish we had a bit more of the snippet to try and follow what's going on,
Complete thread -- in the time it may....I think she is saying that if cancer it possibly
Complete thread -- could be a case of "someone they know", sure wants to believe differently.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- did have noninvasive cancer and/or _______ it may potentially come out of the duct
Complete thread -- Sporanox? Could be many things, I'd think. might be safer to
Complete thread -- I don't think she liked our answers. ?
Complete thread -- allergy to s/l spiranex
Complete thread -- No? They put the fetal pieces on the tray and make sure all is accounted for.
Complete thread -- Honey, look at your context. She would not go to the hospital to have a threatened AB.
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- intact membranes and blossomed through the . .. had been AROM'd prior but significant flui
Complete thread -- The patient in your note had a therapeutic abortion (done poorly)
Complete thread -- it is curvalinear incision
Complete thread -- therapeutic. and it they missed some of the POC, so now, it is incomplete and they
Complete thread -- ... Therapeutic abortion: An abortion that is brought about intentionally
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- TAB (sm)
Complete thread -- 2nd: AROM (artificial rupture of membranes)
Complete thread -- 3rd: fluid
Complete thread -- another mp3 please.. thanks!
Complete thread -- perhaps is saying asexual..I think that would more likely a "disturbance"
Complete thread -- genetic risk score?
Complete thread -- s/l Twin-stu eyedrops. thats what he dictated for meds
Complete thread -- thanks much
Complete thread -- cannot hear G either. UGH Not sure what she is saying. s/l Q ziks score
Complete thread -- WAG-biopsy scar?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- atony, uterine atony
Complete thread -- turning into an oblong oval shape. ... upon note by the same examiner ... was noted to be
Complete thread -- s/l atnea?? (sm)
Complete thread -- maybe "g" risk score - cannot hear gail
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- Gail risk score?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes, now I hear it.
Complete thread -- pt was placed on Cipro and also S/L Floracole? for his bronchitis
Complete thread -- Her *entire quezik’s* score is 21% for developing breast cancer
Complete thread -- There is a well-healed *curgalin* here. On examination of the right breast 6:00
Complete thread -- if imaging, possible blurring - WAG
Complete thread -- lesion?
Complete thread -- s/l lease