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Complete thread -- yes, since the last rest stop has a place mat.
Complete thread -- ok thanks, flagging for doctor to confirm
Complete thread -- Ooooh! I imagined it must be a huge staircase with so many landings.
Complete thread -- A landing is the space at the end of a staircase, or between flights of stairs
Complete thread -- I think it means the patient was taking rest breaks before continuing, not landing
Complete thread -- must be the dictator's word for landing
Complete thread -- rest stops (both blanks)
Complete thread -- I hear rest stops/rest stop
Complete thread -- correction 1st one s/l "rest stops between"
Complete thread -- rest stop??
Complete thread -- 1st one s/l "rest stops," 2nd one s/l "red stop"
Complete thread -- I can't hear anything?
Complete thread -- reuploaded
Complete thread -- did the wav upload correctly? All I hear is the first sentence.
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- sharing my list - VerifyNow test sm
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- Thank you both so much. I believe he's saying "sulcal" (from sulci).
Complete thread -- sulci?
Complete thread -- subarachnoid spaces?
Complete thread -- Neuro consult, please s/m
Complete thread -- me2
Complete thread -- comma
Complete thread -- someone help me PLS? which one is correct in your opinion? TY!
Complete thread -- It is asked a few times in archives, but nobody seems to know.
Complete thread -- with contrast?
Complete thread -- He is speaking plainly and it sounds just like "C-minus" Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- CT of the chest, abdomen and pelvis???
Complete thread -- examination?
Complete thread -- sequences were performed?
Complete thread -- Sorry, here is the rest...CT chest "C-minus" was performed which sm
Complete thread -- Pt with chest pain, pneumonia, atelectasis. CT chest
Complete thread -- likely it IS endoloop, used to control bleeding, much like a tourniquet sm & click link
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if it was TIMI 2?
Complete thread -- sludge
Complete thread -- slurred word pls sm
Complete thread -- I get it now, was just stumbled speech. Thank you, poi!
Complete thread -- septal deviation and obstruction (no an, just stuttered)
Complete thread -- septal deviation
Complete thread -- A CT of the sinuses done on 03/01/11 demonstrated significant sinu ...
Complete thread -- Googling, I saw intracorporally? and extracorporally ?
Complete thread -- 0 (zero not O) 0 Ethibond NO - ... 0 Ethibond
Complete thread -- 0-Ethibonds, tied *inca-borly* and *exit borly*.
Complete thread -- It was ABG. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Two large vessels in this area were **endo-luged* to control bleeding.
Complete thread -- Thank you, that was it!
Complete thread -- ?If patient takes Coumadin, listen for INR
Complete thread -- I know ABI is done with a SMW, but it sure doesn't sound like waht he is saying! Thanks,
Complete thread -- ankle brachial index (ABI)
Complete thread -- Dr. X will be able to perform this VVI pacemaker with an (s/l) IO below 3.
Complete thread -- six-minute walk with s/l ABE
Complete thread -- sorry such short notice but must send in asap. thanks for helping me!!!
Complete thread -- PLS help me -S/L accumetrics to VerifyNow P2Y12 platelet function testing - SM for
Complete thread -- found this, looks like your are correct type 2 (and more) link
Complete thread -- This is a reply via email from a lab tect on extended electrolytes sm
Complete thread -- agree :)
Complete thread -- ahhhh...thank you very, very much!
Complete thread -- I found this Raymond scale (not sure if what needed) Link can look over
Complete thread -- Never mind.
Complete thread -- looking for "Ramon" grade, plse sm
Complete thread -- s/l "type 2" NSTEMI
Complete thread -- hearing rheumatic heart disease now
Complete thread -- wav posted. longstanding history of s/l manic heart disease.
Complete thread -- After going back and listening, it definitely was radiotracer. Thanks ...
Complete thread -- whoop.
Complete thread -- sounded both like claudication disease and calcification disease
Complete thread -- claudication is a symptom, not a disease. It sounds to me like clarification. Can't
Complete thread -- Wish I had thought of that! Not OP.
Complete thread -- yep, I hear-- the patient has severe claudication disease
Complete thread -- maybe s/l serrator tracer is ? radiotracer uptake sm & link
Complete thread -- radiotracer?
Complete thread -- you might wait for someone else. It does not sound peripheral vascular disease.
Complete thread -- tracer uptake?
Complete thread -- That is what I thought, but sure does not sound like it. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- skeletal? foci of skeletal? sacral? severe?
Complete thread -- article on allergy testing etc. sm & click link
Complete thread -- he has severe claudication disease.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Thanks to you all. Great help.
Complete thread -- Bone scan
Complete thread -- as best I can tell.
Complete thread -- Exam really is unremarkable?
Complete thread -- with some numbness in the thumb and first finger. Exam really is unremarkable with
Complete thread -- Please listen to wave. sm
Complete thread -- kinda late but I would think it would be 1/100,000, a fraction, not a ratio
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- that's what I hear.
Complete thread -- I think I hear without stated interval?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I sent it in with a blank for the 2nd.
Complete thread -- Also not sure if the word between antigliadin and IGA might be immune-mediated
Complete thread -- antigliadin
Complete thread -- Labs - .wav sent
Complete thread -- the rest of her electrolytes including s/l extended electrolytes were normal.
Complete thread -- WAG C diff?
Complete thread -- Had to send, but thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Billybob, what do you think here? Is it a ratio?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ethanol?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Her ______ level was 178 mg/dL.
Complete thread -- Not positive on how I should type this dosage. Please see inside .....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could it be seroma ...
Complete thread -- significant for hyperthyroidism, *sea fits* and PVCs.
Complete thread -- #1 bone pain. #2 ? #3 K-LOR (potassium chloride)
Complete thread -- I looked up the meaning of "psoas" and it fits as the biopsy was retroperitoneal and the
Complete thread -- don't hear anything?
Complete thread -- Sorry, no... concha bullosa.... not a 1 word report 7 minute!!!
Complete thread -- WAG Does the patient have diabetes, if so could be blood sugar level?
Complete thread -- psoas?
Complete thread -- ?serous
Complete thread -- Could "occulary" be "oximetry"
Complete thread -- s/l "soo-ous" hematoma after a retroperitoneal biopsy. Any ideas? Thx:)
Complete thread -- That was what I came up with. Thanks. Just was not sure.
Complete thread -- Her *eternal* level was 178 mg/dL.
Complete thread -- associated?
Complete thread -- a few helps needed please
Complete thread -- another MP3, thanks
Complete thread -- I sure can hear that now! Thanks.
Complete thread -- must have been a 1-word report ;-)
Complete thread -- occurring within the pelvis
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- I think that is it..
Complete thread -- thats all I have
Complete thread -- concha bullosa
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Need more information.
Complete thread -- duh, didn't even think of that
Complete thread -- Sorry for the typo - Accupril?
Complete thread -- ambulation *stress occulary testing* during ambulation her sats
Complete thread -- Acupril?
Complete thread -- ? drainage
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, Darlene!!
Complete thread -- the next stage of biliary *dwell inch* by ERCP or transhepatic
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. Sm & link
Complete thread -- medication *acupoid* and amlodipine. No fever and no chills.
Complete thread -- s/l conjapaloza? ENT REPORT
Complete thread -- s/l conjapalooza (ENT REPORT)
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- help please
Complete thread -- also said "elevated" off and on (less growing/smoldering)
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will leave it as is.
Complete thread -- nope, disagree. If lower, would be less growing/smoldering. But your call, your report, or
Complete thread -- chronic doesn't make sense, but since patient has jaundice and dark
Complete thread -- acholic stool
Complete thread -- That pt has higher WBC, so would be LESS slow growing/smoldering.
Complete thread -- s/l chronic stool
Complete thread -- I am not sure what you mean about contradictory, but it is
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me. Not contradictory, i.e., leukemia usually high white count sm
Complete thread -- Is this contradictory? The last sentence about slower coming/smoldering? sm
Complete thread -- suppose it would make sense to culture stools
Complete thread -- ahhh thanks
Complete thread -- That would sound better... but I really hear the hard "f" at the end. Thanks!
Complete thread -- whooping?
Complete thread -- Pediatric GI - "No **woof** with coughing"
Complete thread -- theres a lot written about pure/purely cystic nodule in the thyroid
Complete thread -- missing word after couple??
Complete thread -- WAG as well?
Complete thread -- thyroid
Complete thread -- exam?
Complete thread -- Complaining of mesenteric panniculitis on CAT scan *ezra*.
Complete thread -- no more symptoms and ____ to cultures or stools and re-evaluate
Complete thread -- purely cystic nodule
Complete thread -- where in the body is this? thyroid? kidney?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- shrunken vesicle. Small capacity is producing spasms that produce
Complete thread -- ▸ noun: surgical removal of a stone (calculus) .. So now try to put 2 and 2 together.
Complete thread -- shrunken....last word of post is catheter, not vesicle.
Complete thread -- shrunken vessel????
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- got posted over by above poster.. reposted as mp3. thanks
Complete thread -- related to history of
Complete thread -- Yes, was alwin. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- If you are asking about the sleep medication... (sm)
Complete thread -- Occult blood in stool ____ story of gastric lymphoma
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- 81 mg daily, was getting alwin for sleep, prednisone 10 mg tablets twice a day,
Complete thread -- Surgical procedure
Complete thread -- information about it. She also has a history...
Complete thread -- there is no more information about ____ history of renal insufficiency,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Morgan, seriously? I really will not answer you again!!!!
Complete thread -- and valve replacement on Coumadin?
Complete thread -- stenosis, atrial fibrillation, _____ on Coumadin who comes
Complete thread -- will hear for that.
Complete thread -- Could it be flowed?
Complete thread -- Floxin drops were s/l floated into ear. Is this right?
Complete thread -- coders: code for physician payment, they do not MT or QA.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- WAG does it sound like Coumadin?
Complete thread -- total CK probably
Complete thread -- hemoglobin. *contusion* at this time point was held.
Complete thread -- Cardiac enzymes showed *total of* 294.
Complete thread -- AquaMEPHYTON vitamin K...
Complete thread -- Medication s/l aqua na phite 10 mg for elevated INR. TIA
Complete thread -- Per archives, I think it is just med nebs (slang, if allowed).
Complete thread -- is med-nebs?? acceptable?
Complete thread -- and hope (not help)?
Complete thread -- you're a good 'wild guesser'! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- have to move on
Complete thread -- please help make sense of sentence
Complete thread -- Sanctura maybe?
Complete thread -- medication s/l temtura
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- please help. sentence s/l the following but can't make sense of it
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- Ahh, thank you so much.
Complete thread -- My best guess: SM
Complete thread -- My best guess: SM
Complete thread -- She just was sitting on the pot, and had a loose BM.
Complete thread -- Savella (for fibromyalgia)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- She is just _____ loose BM.
Complete thread -- very soft. I could not elicit any tenderness.
Complete thread -- "adreno-suppressed"? "adrenal-suppressed"?
Complete thread -- THanks
Complete thread -- She may be *adno suppressed*.
Complete thread -- med s/l serveall
Complete thread -- distended, very soft, good ______, any tenderness and bowel sounds
Complete thread -- "Bowel movements with the aid of stool softeners." (placed on subj line for archival pick-
Complete thread -- (slap my mouth! Wrong spelling!) you need "Colace," of course, and Peri-Colace however you
Complete thread -- (I'm hearing Colase, Lasix, Peri-Colase....), ...Good Luck! :-)
Complete thread -- http://www.google.com/search?q=Pericolase&rls=com.microsoft:en-us&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&startI
Complete thread -- Actually heard both those too. Could not find Peri-Colace
Complete thread -- After Lasix comes Peri-Colace. I thought he was saying "multivitamin" in the
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- aspirin 81 mg, _____, Colace, Lasix, ____, potassium, _____, collagenase,
Complete thread -- (I agree with "erosive esophagitis.":-)
Complete thread -- to my ear, cardiac-wise, suggest she have GI workup vis-à-vis odynophagia, (missed # 2)
Complete thread -- cardiac-wise, > ? on blank #1. erosive esophagitis.
Complete thread -- I still hear that poor woman throwing her vagina wav. Sorry!
Complete thread -- suggest GI workup. _____ odynophagia. esophageal ulcers or _____ esophagitis
Complete thread -- You are quite welcome! Good Luck! :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- (and I think the "units" are 300 mg% (300 mg of protein per 100 mL)
Complete thread -- (not in my opinion! :-)
Complete thread -- I believe it IS 24-hour urine for protein to which doc is referring.
Complete thread -- ? hmm: You are correct, "documentation for her notes"
Complete thread -- It doesn't s/l 24 hour...there is a "...car" sound in there. Thanks
Complete thread -- 24-hour?
Complete thread -- had a s/l "trocar" urine which was less than 300
Complete thread -- Oh no... he is saying he has not had symptoms for a couple of weeks.
Complete thread -- He has not had symptoms chronic *Grave Stokes*. He took Cipro and felt better
Complete thread -- YW, but I was a day late and a dollar short!
Complete thread -- (thank you very much, Oasis! :-)
Complete thread -- SLUMS (The Saint Louis University Mental Status Examination)
Complete thread -- (I like this suggestion,) but rule out chafing, (past participle chafed or chapped skin)
Complete thread -- Thanks but don't think so. I'm going to flag, got a stat waiting.
Complete thread -- sloughing
Complete thread -- Not sure if this will help, but I do a lot of neuro and they say "full mental status exam"
Complete thread -- The *Flimz* exam was attempted, but halfway through the exam
Complete thread -- scathe? Would that work?
Complete thread -- She has some s/l "scaffing" of the top layer of her skin.
Complete thread -- (late entry) possibly Watanabe protocol?
Complete thread -- thanks. It was huge.
Complete thread -- attached fibroid? advanced fibroid?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- (late entry: BTW, OK to use <*cytoma> in Google, eg <brain temporal lobe *cytoma>
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming. It that's how she wants to express it, that's how she'll get it.
Complete thread -- sounds like throwing to me.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for bringing it to my attention. I had forgotten to post it. Any suggestions as to
Complete thread -- The on-line report was so full of punctuation errors and other errors...
Complete thread -- The wav is the previous one.
Complete thread -- Indian doctor.
Complete thread -- Could be Darlene just trying to find documentation for her notes. "?"
Complete thread -- No, I meant pretty much all the wording was the EXACT same, lol
Complete thread -- wow-- got it...new to me...thanks a BUNCH!
Complete thread -- trying on documentation again
Complete thread -- I could not get mine to post. Native in this sense means belonging since birth
Complete thread -- that is what I was thinking, but can't find anything to document it
Complete thread -- Meaning there hasn't been a knee replacement, perhaps?
Complete thread -- Gosh this made my day. Documentation is really important to me and this helped a lot
Complete thread -- Swelling of knee. Doc says- This is a s/l native knee. ??
Complete thread -- I found it too in my first search but it is someone asking a ? and not
Complete thread -- oops, never mind. I see someone found it below too, lol.
Complete thread -- almost exact same report comes up when you google ttfb 22-96
Complete thread -- Beacon® Tip Van Schie Seeking Catheters - Cook MedicalBeacon® Tip Van Schie Seeking Cathet
Complete thread -- Actually this IS what I was looking through. MT had one product wrong, sooo
Complete thread -- 3 cusps, got it thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you, I looked through everything on their site, did not find this at all
Complete thread -- Per Cook website it is TFFB 22-96 and I find TFLE.
Complete thread -- In for a TIA.
Complete thread -- TFLE not A
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Sounds like 3 for those that cannot do wavs.
Complete thread -- might help here/ sm
Complete thread -- anybody familiar with these 2 products? Can't find.
Complete thread -- Happy Mother's Day to you, too! :) I'm typing like mad so I can spend time with the fam!
Complete thread -- oops. make that a "g"
Complete thread -- Have a Happy Mother's Day, all! (few on WB this a.m.; calavanting around, no doubt!
Complete thread -- thanks. THis is very slurred up
Complete thread -- infraclavicular.
Complete thread -- s/l infra clavicle pavicular location
Complete thread -- Sounds okay to me.
Complete thread -- I really don't see anything awkward about it.
Complete thread -- I would leave it.
Complete thread -- you are wonderful
Complete thread -- awkward wording. Should I edit? If so, how? thanks.
Complete thread -- You didn't provide enough information to answer.
Complete thread -- Flagging
Complete thread -- Xolair is an asthma drug...
Complete thread -- drug that s/l Ex oh lar clear dictator sm please
Complete thread -- prenatal lab result s/l "anti-pa-lidium"
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "distention" is most common spelling; "distension" also acceptable.
Complete thread -- Risdon?
Complete thread -- submandibular. The *dermer urger* incision
Complete thread -- jugular venous distention or jugular venous distension?
Complete thread -- never mind, think it's layered.
Complete thread -- was turned to the *risen* incision.
Complete thread -- Thanks again.
Complete thread -- s/l layered Betadine prep? later Betadine prep?
Complete thread -- Very simple. Link inside.
Complete thread -- It is calcarb, one word.
Complete thread -- it was calcium carbonate (cal carb)
Complete thread -- sorry for being so confusing. but i just got it anyway...
Complete thread -- flagging thanks
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- med s/l call carb
Complete thread -- okay, well, dumb question then. Did you find an alphabetical list with that or something?
Complete thread -- Ah, thanks. Shame I didn't wait a bit longer. I tried wildcarding on Google
Complete thread -- Kuskie's Inter-State Service - googled businesses in Crook, CO.
Complete thread -- never mind, blanking it. thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- actually: He works as a cashier at s/l Cushy's Interstate Services in Crook, Colorado.
Complete thread -- He works at s/l Cushy's? Interstate Services in Crook, Colorado.
Complete thread -- but o.d. falls into the category of dangerous abbreviations.
Complete thread -- Your ? doesn't make sense. You need to post at least the entire
Complete thread -- ignore the lesion1. typo. T2 N0 lesion.
Complete thread -- T2 N0 lesion1
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- now i hear bowel movements diative, stool softeners.. what is diative?
Complete thread -- s/l dominoods diative stool softeners
Complete thread -- found it: Multaq
Complete thread -- s/l mul-tack
Complete thread -- yes. TY so much
Complete thread -- it sounds very much to me that it is: The features are not those of multiple sclerosis.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Specifically, the features are ____ of multiple sclerosis
Complete thread -- TYVM
Complete thread -- right temporal lobe. Grade III astrocytoma in a 33-year-old woman. ...(Google)
Complete thread -- cholestyramine ?
Complete thread -- astrocytoma?
Complete thread -- s/l vaster cytoma
Complete thread -- drug possibly for IBS s/l kol ah stie min sm
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- nv.... must send on as blank
Complete thread -- does doc mean to say generally??? he is saying john-rally
Complete thread -- ? phlegmon
Complete thread -- no s/l...fa-lig-mont is palpable...sm (patient has diverticulitis)
Complete thread -- ?meaning pain and saying -algia?
Complete thread -- No I'm sure that is not it, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- no frank bleeding?
Complete thread -- Word help- s/l "fur-al-ga
Complete thread -- Thanks all
Complete thread -- 7.75
Complete thread -- three-fourths = .75. You know... 1/4 = .25.. 1/2 = 0.5, and 3/4 = 0.75 Basic math
Complete thread -- How do you write 7 and 3/4 cm?
Complete thread -- It just dawned on me. It must be Cardura.
Complete thread -- will flag. thanks
Complete thread -- medication, s/l *produra". Pt has had URI, hypertension, hysterectomy.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- bone width.
Complete thread -- *bone width* or *thumb width*?
Complete thread -- Thanks...new to acute care and no instructions on that.
Complete thread -- The way the facility wants it. What you have looks fine to me.
Complete thread -- What is the correct way to type hospital floors/units like 2-West, 5-North, etc? TIA
Complete thread -- Just my guess that it is some made up form of claudication because he mentioned legs.
Complete thread -- not sure, is this dialysis pt?s/l inny may be AV (a guess) arteriovenous Fistula)
Complete thread -- can you hear *sit bone*? I often hear it referred to that way...
Complete thread -- listen for cardiogenic, but may be making up something from claudication.
Complete thread -- He does have some low back pain, it is below the belt buckle, almost in the
Complete thread -- After injection he rode the recumbent bike and his legs felt like jelly.
Complete thread -- TPN?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- extend?
Complete thread -- Good mobility in his hip. His knee range is *stend* at 95 degrees with intact pulses
Complete thread -- ty. I think through his accent I am hearing abate too. TY
Complete thread -- abate?
Complete thread -- Still a fracture line present on xray, but this should s/l abaste with time.
Complete thread -- that's what i figured; thanks
Complete thread -- my dictators do a 14-point review of systems. not sure how to fit it into his sentence.
Complete thread -- negative for s/l rest fourteen? (anyone familiar)
Complete thread -- Jolivette?
Complete thread -- administered heparinized saline and crossclamped the s/l "inny" of the graft in this
Complete thread -- Nevermind, I got it (eluate).
Complete thread -- There was no platelet reactivity in the patient's plasma or "eluwitt." nm
Complete thread -- could he be saying "OA"?
Complete thread -- s/l bilivette
Complete thread -- It could wel be just that her s/l otway is progressing. (sm for context) TY.
Complete thread -- Thanks very much.
Complete thread -- antitachycardia pacing (ATP)
Complete thread -- ventricular tachycardia that was not s/l "E-T-P" paced.
Complete thread -- ulcer?
Complete thread -- s/l u-sec?????
Complete thread -- s/l EDM
Complete thread -- that doesn't answer it for the archives
Complete thread -- Never mind, got it.
Complete thread -- repeat EKG in the morning, place the patient on s/l "wannabe" protocol
Complete thread -- thank you! I think he has a cold :)
Complete thread -- Kelly clamp
Complete thread -- blank s/l kelly comp
Complete thread -- here is a ? from archives, too
Complete thread -- Jaboulay?
Complete thread -- there is NO hyphen in semicolon
Complete thread -- stig·ma (stgm) KEY
Complete thread -- Thank you all!
Complete thread -- plural form.. metastases.
Complete thread -- mets could be and often is metastases.
Complete thread -- lung cancer, with metastases, along with superimposed pneumonia.
Complete thread -- Mets should be expanded to metastasis under impression (don't rely too much on "sample"
Complete thread -- hydrocelectomy and scrotal exploration
Complete thread -- What is the procedure?
Complete thread -- Shed some light?
Complete thread -- Cannot document
Complete thread -- this is the full sentence: On physical examination, he is a well-nourished and developed-l
Complete thread -- well-nourished-and-developed-looking male too many hyphens?
Complete thread -- Thanks. For some reason it didn't look right to me. nm
Complete thread -- autonomous - independent and able to make their own
Complete thread -- Thanks. I tried and tried and got nothing either.
Complete thread -- thanks a million. nm
Complete thread -- the patient’s erythrocytosis is secondary to s/l *autonomous* red cell production
Complete thread -- brewer's yeast
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- thank you. ...
Complete thread -- I'm sorry, I can't get it either.
Complete thread -- strabismus??
Complete thread -- foot in equinus
Complete thread -- Repair of Achilles tendon..applied well-padded splint with the foot in a *klin-us*
Complete thread -- baby eye twitching
Complete thread -- He was using chainsaw. sm
Complete thread -- before your sentence, what was he using?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. : )
Complete thread -- Maybe formulation? SM
Complete thread -- He said he was coming from the right _____ it hit the medial aspect of the left
Complete thread -- Not where I work. Accounts vary though.
Complete thread -- Never thought of that, lol. Something to think about.
Complete thread -- Definitely some evidence of
Complete thread -- It is a muscle relaxant used in general anesthesia. They have to
Complete thread -- ESL refers to patient as a "guy" as in a 40-year-old guy or active guy. Is this
Complete thread -- No gosh, I think that might be it. Thanks for your "wild guess"
Complete thread -- Levophed is not for GERD? You sure on that drug?
Complete thread -- I was googling and reading up on curare, but I just don't know if it fits or not.
Complete thread -- Making sure it's not like bacteria, etc., where common usage makes it
Complete thread -- Do you want more guesses or what?
Complete thread -- Blank s/l umulation
Complete thread -- I think that must be their way of saying THANK YOU. :)
Complete thread -- s/l "Ashets raised to impart" 100 joules of energy for every 2 cm.
Complete thread -- You were, at least for the archives. Thank you from me, at least.
Complete thread -- Seriously hating posters like you that come here with attitudes.
Complete thread -- I am not sure, but that sounds good to me. I will flag it too. Thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, we have to change subject-verb agreement ALL the time
Complete thread -- curare?
Complete thread -- you already posted what? I don't see where the particular
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "cue-r-rey"
Complete thread -- OK thanks
Complete thread -- some evidence of
Complete thread -- I'd use "were."
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- There was no stigmata suggestive of high risk. Should I put "were"? Plural?
Complete thread -- Wave sent. S/L supplemntives sm
Complete thread -- Sorry, I must have missed a post! Thought I was helping!!
Complete thread -- Ugh!! Seriously hating this board. I already posted I got it..carrying
Complete thread -- you didn't say where the fracture was. carrying angle?
Complete thread -- blank s/l caring
Complete thread -- reconstructed with
Complete thread -- at that time was _____ anterolateral thigh flap.
Complete thread -- Ventralex?
Complete thread -- Going to flag and move on. : )
Complete thread -- Repair of incarcerated ventral hernia with *ventex plug around mimmalex* plug.
Complete thread -- Listening again...better s/l is a few *died-vallow-tee* areas. Thanks
Complete thread -- diverticula?
Complete thread -- bi-valved?
Complete thread -- Diffuse erythema of the bladder with a few *died-valid-dee* areas on right....
Complete thread -- that is what I hear also. Might change to "as in the setting of diabetes"
Complete thread -- sorry, sent with blank, was due soon
Complete thread -- do you have a s/l?
Complete thread -- This is what I hear but doesn't make sense. Pls hlp.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- correct. I am thinking that after peritoneum there is no period (sm)
Complete thread -- The linea alba was incised along the line of the incision and then ( ) abdominal ca
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- abdominal wall and s/l attached peritoneum.
Complete thread -- firings (like a gun)
Complete thread -- two s/l filings of the GI and the GIA
Complete thread -- might make better sense with though instead of or in
Complete thread -- It was actually Merrem.
Complete thread -- just got it.. subfalcine herniation
Complete thread -- needs a semi-colon between sedation and that as two thoughts here
Complete thread -- You are good..thanks.
Complete thread -- maybe relax the....
Complete thread -- sphincters (though sentence still doesn't make sense to me)
Complete thread -- s/l shrink gears
Complete thread -- ?Neurontin
Complete thread -- multivitamin, Dilantin, *nerum*, Mucomyst, albuterol, vancomycin and morphine as
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- which is known as "tardive dyskinesia," btw.
Complete thread -- extrapyramidal symptoms include unusual mouth movements.
Complete thread -- See that + sign and 100% right hand, bottom corner of screen, if enlarged, will not post
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- uncal herniation, a common subtype of transtentorial herniation
Complete thread -- something in the sentence is "goofus," and it might even be a tiny "mis-hear"/"misspeak."
Complete thread -- That makes best sense, although it is not expressed in the most customary manner.
Complete thread -- ty! Just added it to my favs...you gals/guys are great!
Complete thread -- hmmm,...can you hear "midline herniation" rather than "thalium herniations"?(Jest askin')
Complete thread -- Thanks a million-- able to turn in a flagless report. Thank you for the google tip as well
Complete thread -- This is a great site for cancer drugs and trials (sm)
Complete thread -- (I'm not BB, but I'm fascinated to hear of your problem! SM)
Complete thread -- evidence of*thalium*herniations seen to the left with about 8.8 mm of leftward displa
Complete thread -- Thanks. Maybe I will post a wav.
Complete thread -- Of course, ANYONE can answer! lol...Poi was just my hero this morning, so I am bugging her
Complete thread -- ribaviran- same suggestion as below
Complete thread -- I think it might be AC for assist/control. Thanks.
Complete thread -- (could well be. If so, I'm as yet unfamiliar.) (I've been retired fr clin med since 2003)
Complete thread -- helpful hint. Take a portion of your phrase and google with *
Complete thread -- Right back atcha!
Complete thread -- Poi-- still there? : ) My last flag for this report- any ideas?
Complete thread -- TYVM!!!
Complete thread -- (agree)
Complete thread -- Thanks a mint!
Complete thread -- (hmmm,...I'm doubtful that "oral movement" = words you need after "extrapyramidal."
Complete thread -- YES!! Thank you so much...I would have never gotten that one. :)
Complete thread -- eval, short for evaluation
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- Speech pathology ordered a swallow s/l val study. TIA
Complete thread -- Is there something called E-Z support?
Complete thread -- typo-eluting
Complete thread -- good morning, poi! Let me go take a listen...thank you!
Complete thread -- Chux
Complete thread -- Thanks!! BB, your board is getting very irritating. Always have to try and post
Complete thread -- extrapyramidal *oral* movement
Complete thread -- drug eluding beads?
Complete thread -- ? Chucks, Chuks ?? Cannot document
Complete thread -- hmmm,...I doubt "easy." Consider "pressure support" (for inspiration phase.)
Complete thread -- Inclusion cyst in preauricular sulcus. Doc says, I do not think this is a
Complete thread -- Liver lesions-- discussion of treatment. I am so new to this oncology stuff-- ty!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the solution you found!!! (Not in a million years could I have come up
Complete thread -- He is on ventilator with s/l "easy" support?
Complete thread -- After much Googling, I finally got smart and tried searching (sm)
Complete thread -- Gonna go, so did not read article, I see ATG sm
Complete thread -- ?ATG (antithymocyte globulin)
Complete thread -- OOps replied to the wrong post. sorry.
Complete thread -- Sorry- I'm absolutely sure he didn't say OTC. Think I will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- OP, suggest you go with eemjbh because, like poik, Howell-Jolly bodies relate to RBCs.
Complete thread -- thank you so much. This must be IT. Van Schie Seeking Catheters for archives too
Complete thread -- I accept you don't hear "OTC." But his sentence "It is a combo cream I've just started SM
Complete thread -- on Google I'm seeing " fludarabine, melphalan, and thiotepa conditioning." SM
Complete thread -- Made by Cook Medical
Complete thread -- ESL. Patient with Parkinson and chronic low back pain.
Complete thread -- WAG Howell-Jolly bodies?
Complete thread -- ?Van Schie
Complete thread -- thanks much
Complete thread -- hmmm,..."Dohle bodies" might sound like "Willie bodies" or "bili bodies."
Complete thread -- s/l "HGG" "AGG" "HEG" ????? not sure
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- did go through some rehab
Complete thread -- same lousy dictator
Complete thread -- I would say "diffuse volume loss with mild chronic small...
Complete thread -- looks every where. Anybody know off hand. Catheter sm
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- MRI showed diffuse "rollin" loss with mild clonic small vessel ischemic disease.
Complete thread -- dang good ACDACA not a lot would know. info for archives
Complete thread -- I started trying to make annuloplasty fit. Duh.
Complete thread -- (thanks, acdaca! I thought without any idea so close to s/l! :-)
Complete thread -- Physio ring?
Complete thread -- My blank s/l visioring
Complete thread -- more info from an OSH website
Complete thread -- I would say right.
Complete thread -- punctuation help
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Where in the body is this resection being performed?
Complete thread -- found it on a prior-- mesocolon - yikes, terrible s/l, but that's what I heard! lol
Complete thread -- oncology-- transverse s/l music-a-lone?
Complete thread -- I can never get the wav thing to work for me. I'll just flag. Thx 4 ur help!
Complete thread -- is 13 more pounds to approach 200 pounds
Complete thread -- sure did look, can't find anything on various googling terms
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- likely it IS, but since can't HEAR it. I would look for lab on calcium levels sm
Complete thread -- thanks for listening
Complete thread -- sorry, can't get it too fast. You can tho, is slow it wayyyy down.
Complete thread -- It's there now.
Complete thread -- hmm, can post a wav. Ischemia not good sign. It means blood not getting to site correctly
Complete thread -- dr ordered thyroid uptake/scan for dx "hyperCA#" - is that hypercalcemia??
Complete thread -- your wav not there
Complete thread -- anastomosis and adjacent 4 cm ____ of cephalic vein.
Complete thread -- Absolutely yes. tnx
Complete thread -- I think he is just saying "next he is on prednisone taper"
Complete thread -- Well probably. Have done all psych sm
Complete thread -- ? clean(s)
Complete thread -- She has a low vitamin D level. *Shelby 1* is nonreactive. sm
Complete thread -- Phos-Lo ??
Complete thread -- Mediction s/l 'foso' - pls. see inside and thanks much!
Complete thread -- weight squats with a barbell as well as s/l power queens
Complete thread -- help with medication, wav posted please
Complete thread -- Progressive ischemic "still" due to his maturing left arm arteriovenous fistula.
Complete thread -- (thanks for explaining! :-)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- transrectal ultrasound (TRUS)
Complete thread -- never mind - said 'cube' pessary very clearly later. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- s/l 'Q' pessary - found all the others but no reference to 'Q' tia
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- at Webster
Complete thread -- thanks anyway Margaret.. best to flag and pass on the headache
Complete thread -- (sorry, I have not a snowball's chance in h___ of interpreting that gibberish.
Complete thread -- wav posted, need help pls.
Complete thread -- Way WAG: (no knowledge, just a "clang association") might eponym be "Bartkowski" instead
Complete thread -- thanks. number of google hits agrees with neurologic over musculoskeletal.
Complete thread -- Thanks, kckbnl. After considering your reply, I agree. Analogously, hypnogogic myoclonic
Complete thread -- you could make it neuromusculoskeletal and cover all the bases, but
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for info new to me and for the link you provided! :-)
Complete thread -- ROS, restless legs syndrome. What heading, musculoskeletal or neurologic? Or other?
Complete thread -- not sure if I was the "nm" you're referring to (I think I was), but I agree,
Complete thread -- thank you that makes more sense
Complete thread -- to "nm," re your praise of Archives...SM
Complete thread -- "She is now here for a trial laparoscopic cholecystectomy."
Complete thread -- WAG: "two-thirds of a pan with blood"???
Complete thread -- (thanks, poi! :-)
Complete thread -- s/l two tabs of a pen?
Complete thread -- Darlene's suggestion in that thread does seem possible, though just
Complete thread -- oh, maybe not. see link (found by going back through New Search.
Complete thread -- that's probably what he's trying to say; thanks
Complete thread -- check out Piotrowski's sign. Not sure if it's applicable, but found it in a list of ortho
Complete thread -- would think maybe "troponin I and EKG changes"
Complete thread -- hmm not sure cause i'm hearing that hard "k" sound in there; thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- not sure at all because there was so much dictation between being able to hear the blank
Complete thread -- WAG....ergo? it might fit, very clumsily, to say patient had increase in troponin I,
Complete thread -- looking for ortho/podiatry test s/l Bratkowski's
Complete thread -- s/l air core
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- _________ indicated FVC 3.02 (86% predicted), FEV1 2.82 (92%), FEV1% 9 ...
Complete thread -- see if it's "trial of."
Complete thread -- I hear it all the time. The laparoscopic part is the trial, not the cholecystectomy
Complete thread -- ahhh! I think that makes sense, though I don't like the wording.
Complete thread -- I probably wouldn't have thought of it w/o your wag, though.
Complete thread -- matches s/l better than my WAG :)
Complete thread -- I think they will attempt it laparoscopically, but open if necessary.
Complete thread -- proceeding from below wag, "talked late"?
Complete thread -- how the heck do you have a "trial" lap chole?
Complete thread -- talked early?
Complete thread -- s/l talked weight
Complete thread -- Plz Help
Complete thread -- link to verify spelling.
Complete thread -- NeoSure? But check spelling.
Complete thread -- GI consult - pediatric - formula name+ - .wav sent
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!!!! :)
Complete thread -- TE fistula (tracheoesophageal fistula,) cow-milk protein allergy,
Complete thread -- GI consult/diagnoses - infant - .wav sent
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (no need to type anything for your s/l. Just type "knee soft tissue.."
Complete thread -- correcting himself "knee sta....no,....soft tissue....
Complete thread -- Focused musculoskeletal exam was notable for left knee ______ soft tis ...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- ..respiratory alkalosis. Salicylate overdose was suspected. It was sent... (he just says
Complete thread -- respiratory alkalosis. Salicylate overdose was suspected and it was sent and (level)
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- Gelnique?
Complete thread -- Xerese?
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know. Good job!
Complete thread -- Maybe Valtrex?
Complete thread -- anyone ever heard of a drug that s/l jel-nate?
Complete thread -- If you're actually hearing a word in there, it might be supraspinatus tendon
Complete thread -- confirmed it using what guidelines?
Complete thread -- ahh, just heard it... ProctoFoam using witch-hazel wipes
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- drop that last and - supraspinatus retraction
Complete thread -- tried hearing that... no luck
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- s/l artaxa
Complete thread -- ProctoFoam medicated wipes?
Complete thread -- with *shavel wipes* with good
Complete thread -- Tri-Est and Bi-Est are natural estrogen combination products. Tri-Est is a combination of
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Combivent 2 puffs q.6 hours "HNS."
Complete thread -- confirmed it, thanks
Complete thread -- might want to flag then, as they mean opposite, unless you can tell if
Complete thread -- We are 90-something percent sure that it will heal. - Is this okay? 90-something
Complete thread -- I think that's what he meant...sure didn't say it though. LOL
Complete thread -- subsided?
Complete thread -- s/l rope massage?
Complete thread -- it takes 1 megavolt (of electricity) to produce 1 megaelectron volt of radiation.
Complete thread -- oops .. med s/l "Bell-Alk" BP.. at one time was on Belladonna.. sm for dx
Complete thread -- Clots have now "substained."
Complete thread -- meds s/l
Complete thread -- LS as in lumbosacral?
Complete thread -- Not that other representations are wrong, but I infer nuclear physics prefers MeV. SM
Complete thread -- Not where I work, but each account varies.
Complete thread -- ?carcinoma-associated fibroblasts (CAF)?
Complete thread -- please read Rules, top right. don't end on your s/l being one of them.
Complete thread -- Or maybe Bi-est. I'd look for either
Complete thread -- Biest comes up on a quick Google
Complete thread -- looking for a hormone for hot flashes - s/l Biast
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- that is the end of the sentence?
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Might be a dumb question, but is "mets" an acceptable abbreviation for "metastases"?
Complete thread -- right breast which was biopsied on 04/12/11 which showed *cash*
Complete thread -- and then usually my last, too.
Complete thread -- I love the archives. Nearly always my first stop here.
Complete thread -- Guess we'll never know, lol. No longer
Complete thread -- Really? That's where I found the MeV. Then I went to medlexicon above
Complete thread -- Yep medulla (sm)
Complete thread -- medulla?
Complete thread -- Archives never help. Rarely do I get an answer
Complete thread -- I searched the other day and today.
Complete thread -- Guess you didn't search the archives...looks like MeV from that
Complete thread -- biopsy tissue did not have any renal cortex, was composed primarily of s/l matella
Complete thread -- No one knew the other day, but maybe someone here today knows.
Complete thread -- oops that is ...anterior lumbar interbody fusion ALIF nm
Complete thread -- s/l ALIS may be ALIF lumbar interbody fusion
Complete thread -- WAG L5-S1??
Complete thread -- Is that the sound of "alice" or spelling the letters A-L-I-S?
Complete thread -- He has an L5 to s/l "ALIS" transverse process and a right pars defect.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- get rid of that comma
Complete thread -- per BOS 10 to the 5th
Complete thread -- Urine culture greater than 10 to the 5, gram-negative bacilli
Complete thread -- thank you so much, I would never have found that one.
Complete thread -- Kombiglyze
Complete thread -- arcuate
Complete thread -- s/l Ah-que'-ette
Complete thread -- she also found out she is diabetic and has low potassium
Complete thread -- med s/l come-blyes 5/1000 a day. see below for more info.
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- He said it again on a later note and I hear thyroid. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'll listen again. The southern accent gets me! Thank you.
Complete thread -- thyroid panel?
Complete thread -- s/l bower panel (slight southern accent)
Complete thread -- :0}
Complete thread -- thanks (like your spelling much better)
Complete thread -- think he is saying Klonipin. thx
Complete thread -- Klonopin
Complete thread -- sorry, I listened but cannot help at all
Complete thread -- Yes thanks so much.
Complete thread -- ? in three months. I will see her in f/u at that time.
Complete thread -- (pt with seizures) She is taking s/l Contan 0.5 mg at 5:30 p.m., 0.75 mg at 10 p.m.
Complete thread -- reposted as mp3
Complete thread -- Sorry forgot to say WAV posted on this.
Complete thread -- should be there now. - tyvm
Complete thread -- . I will see her again on followup in 3 months and she will have a repeat CBC, CMP,
Complete thread -- S/L...gray-gon 3 open toe variety knee hi for edema control
Complete thread -- The WAV does not match the post.
Complete thread -- FLAGGING
Complete thread -- wav posted, please help
Complete thread -- thanks but doesn't sound like either
Complete thread -- will look into that. Thanks
Complete thread -- 3-jaw (palmar) pinch?
Complete thread -- Grip strength 30 pounds, ** 3 jawchuck 7 ***, lateral pinch 5.
Complete thread -- in place?
Complete thread -- Walmart? Walgreens?
Complete thread -- patient was working at s/l walmeens. doctor is in new york
Complete thread -- Could he be calling the name of a particular red-rubber catheter? i.e. Anderson?
Complete thread -- Quellada...topical permethrin!! ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yep, that is what I was thinking too, but clearly he is not saying that. Darn!! I guess
Complete thread -- does to me-google free margin of meniscus
Complete thread -- catheter? (only thing I can think of to go with red rubber)
Complete thread -- s/l *free*, does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- father died at 76 of acute renal failure, history of _____
Complete thread -- eyes on near targets.
Complete thread -- thanks, sounds right, eyes to near targets
Complete thread -- oh....you are welcome.
Complete thread -- urology help please
Complete thread -- ?eyes
Complete thread -- ophthal converge her s/l ice and near targets
Complete thread -- no, she is kind of "slurring" through the word. I am thinking she is meaning nexium
Complete thread -- sounds good, especially since the word was used in the same manner to "explain" elevated
Complete thread -- Thank you...I did see those. However, this seems to be something that ...
Complete thread -- are you sure of the v sound
Complete thread -- what word makes sense here? thinking explain?
Complete thread -- Medications commonly prescribed for scabies include: Permethri ...
Complete thread -- s/l *vixen*
Complete thread -- ulnar? (though I would flag that)
Complete thread -- rash
Complete thread -- layered??
Complete thread -- Did you make out the second blank? Some type of splint.
Complete thread -- cut and capped with Jurgan balls
Complete thread -- oh, my bad...I matched it up now.
Complete thread -- but I can't make your Wav match the post.
Complete thread -- I hear three 0.062 K-wires and Jurgan balls in there.
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav
Complete thread -- Sorry, I forgot the go 'to' surgery. Will edit, and I am planning
Complete thread -- go 'to' surgery?
Complete thread -- Grammatically correct but awkward~this, and I am planning~?
Complete thread -- Is this grammatically correct?
Complete thread -- WAG spontaneously?
Complete thread -- The patient is not able to void *perishionally*?
Complete thread -- murmur
Complete thread -- I was thinking something to do with Candida, but its so weird sounding and he is a good
Complete thread -- WAG candidiasis rule out?
Complete thread -- EGD w/bx of 2 white plaques. One sent to microbiology for s/l"ken and dialic rule"
Complete thread -- big thanks!
Complete thread -- wasn't this just asked and answered below?
Complete thread -- 2-3/6
Complete thread -- Oh, my gosh - air fluid it is! Thanks to both!!
Complete thread -- Help heart murmur term
Complete thread -- fluid?
Complete thread -- air fluid level
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray: hiatal hernia with "absolute" level within it.
Complete thread -- I can hear the word protection in there....I think....
Complete thread -- improve spontaneous protection for urinary tract infections?
Complete thread -- last wav please, much thanks
Complete thread -- coarse 2-3/6 murmur?
Complete thread -- cardiology
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- maybe the patient needs ativan to relax for a CT?
Complete thread -- 2O Wappler. Bladder on entry examination
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- This is from BOS2 page 223
Complete thread -- GRAMMAR ?: impairment rating citing
Complete thread -- s/l demerol lymphatic vascular invasion
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Copying from a sheet and it looks like: Ativan for *CT*
Complete thread -- presumably
Complete thread -- http://www.pathology.med.umich.edu/Handbook/Tables/ANA-ENA-08.pdf
Complete thread -- reposted as mp3 - thanks
Complete thread -- Can someone check these labs and tell me if I'm typing them right? Thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry other wave is still there
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- medial to lateral _____ taken total
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion, guess better QA it.
Complete thread -- There is one called Ocella?
Complete thread -- In list of medications says s/l *Orcel" oral contraceptive.
Complete thread -- Once the 20-gauge (sorry cannot get the rest)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- You are right about the horrible audio. Sorry, can't make anything out.
Complete thread -- In the interim, if problems develop, I would be happy to see him at any time
Complete thread -- I will follow him again in 6 months to see how things are going for him. In the interim,
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- Horrible sound
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear "wore off" but doesn't make sense to me...
Complete thread -- Then she reported she was ambivalent about whether she was supposed to ...
Complete thread -- I hear morphine rests
Complete thread -- I have an account that wants P.M., believe it or not, lol.
Complete thread -- sounds like morphine reps to me
Complete thread -- She was given morphine _____ 5 mg IM.
Complete thread -- oops. expansion problem. p.m. or PM
Complete thread -- not to be picky, but it is either a.m. or AM and p.m. or P.M.
Complete thread -- Maybe the numbness in his hands is from trying too hard to get an orgasm?
Complete thread -- 6 am, 12 pm, 6 pm, 12 am
Complete thread -- how do I type this? Help please
Complete thread -- is that what was dictated? why would you edit?
Complete thread -- I think I better edit this. Looks a little bizzare
Complete thread -- affect
Complete thread -- affect or effect here?
Complete thread -- How Can I Do A Background Check On Myself5 posts - 5 authors - Last post: Mar 7, 2008
Complete thread -- I'm guessing bone(or bony prominences as in"changes"in bones)LINK
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks. This one said that you had to have it already. Was
Complete thread -- thanks very very much
Complete thread -- I agree SKIN or GENITOURINARY (depending on order of dictation)
Complete thread -- Yes, see that ad often. "They" would tell you how to do it sm
Complete thread -- Bystolic
Complete thread -- I agree. Most companies that require one, have their own independent companies to run
Complete thread -- drug that s/l pis talick
Complete thread -- I think they do it. They just need your permission to run one.
Complete thread -- I like the sexual development idea. Development of external genitalia?
Complete thread -- endocrine? that's more a ROS heading though. sexual development?sm
Complete thread -- Maturation Level?
Complete thread -- stage of development? puberty?
Complete thread -- This is sort of an off the wall question. I was looking at job listings and it said
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- That is it! Thank you so much. ...
Complete thread -- wall calcification in the gallbladder?
Complete thread -- cyst wall calcification?
Complete thread -- ahhhhhh - thanks
Complete thread -- a CAT scan which suggested gallstone versus "kitwall" calcific ...
Complete thread -- Lysteda
Complete thread -- "lye studded" nonhormonal medication for menorrhagia
Complete thread -- thanks i thought so too just wanted a second opinion!
Complete thread -- SKIN, or GU... other possibilities.
Complete thread -- thank you for being kind and for helping me. i hope it gets better too :)
Complete thread -- works for me with.
Complete thread -- doc wants commas as i have placed them. are they correct? it is verbatim but i can
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming.
Complete thread -- Period inside of quotes. Hope your day gets better ;o)
Complete thread -- that's what I would use
Complete thread -- this always gets me. sorry for asking such a trivial question.
Complete thread -- Or maybe *rectal*?
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- where is it dictated? what's before? what's after?
Complete thread -- I will use *perineum(
Complete thread -- Will delete wav now. Thanks
Complete thread -- What heading does exam of the perineum for hemorrhoidal tags go under? Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks. flagged. ...
Complete thread -- no, I think he's trying to say something about the test involved in it ...
Complete thread -- her husband (his name?), is negative for .. as whether both parents pass it
Complete thread -- Just for a minute, ignore your introductory phrase, then what you have is...
Complete thread -- You could've googled "ug/mL."
Complete thread -- sickle cell
Complete thread -- ignore this. nm
Complete thread -- where the nerve endings WERE identified.
Complete thread -- mild variability?
Complete thread -- toco(meter) shows no contractions
Complete thread -- a couple of blanks... doc is Venezuelan
Complete thread -- the foramen where nerve endings for the vidian nerve ARE was identified
Complete thread -- But if I use *where*, the sentence still does not make sense.
Complete thread -- I cannot hear this! She had s/l "hi-rups" done or "hi-rup-sen"?
Complete thread -- foramen (the sphenopalatine foramen actually) where the nerve endings for the ...
Complete thread -- hahahaha - opps
Complete thread -- Neither word makes sense here, but this is as dictated. How to edit?
Complete thread -- Allergan's two lens products were HydroCare, introduced in 1974, and the Soflens enzymatic
Complete thread -- bone and
Complete thread -- unsure if doc is saying bony or bone and chronic stasis changes. please help.
Complete thread -- hip reproduce or hip replacement?
Complete thread -- She had a hysteroscopy and D&C in September 2009 at North Florida Surg ...
Complete thread -- n/m on the Taztia i found that but any suggestions on the other question?
Complete thread -- Please help with drug names. see mess and thank you!
Complete thread -- S/l MAR 2 stem and Biomet cup. Is MAR 2 correct?
Complete thread -- Would go with associated with and wonder if he began to say disequillibrium again sm
Complete thread -- Skin rakes are available with sharp or blunt teeth.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Was waiting just to see if anyone chimed in!
Complete thread -- I think associated as disequilibrum can cause nausea and vomiting.
Complete thread -- Almost has to be associated with. Makes no sense otherwise. thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- wav file. I slowed him down. Unassociated or associated?
Complete thread -- "extra backup (EBU; Medtronic),. XB (Cordis) or Voda (Boston Scientific)"
Complete thread -- Whipple??
Complete thread -- sm-look on page 5. Cordis equivalent: XB-extra back-up
Complete thread -- it was felt that a s/l*Roper* procedure could be performed
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- X-Pedion™ Guidewire ?
Complete thread -- Yes, it does! I heart you! :)
Complete thread -- this help?
Complete thread -- The s/l*pos-pom* ligament was taken down between 2-0 silk ties.
Complete thread -- femoral to below knee popliteal?
Complete thread -- There was only 1 of the 7 for XP that I thought might look okay (the Egypt one).
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- acutally they both look "reliable" that is why I asked. They are not in my Stedman's
Complete thread -- is it a stammer?
Complete thread -- long?
Complete thread -- *neuron* thoracic nerve was
Complete thread -- first along the superior portion using *sharp rakes* the subcutaneous
Complete thread -- right femoral *pupil only* popliteal bypass
Complete thread -- That is correct. There is actually a Greek letter that is supposed to be there, but
Complete thread -- That is what I thought... but I wasn't sure, and I didn't want to guess!
Complete thread -- do you think the XP sites don't look reliable?
Complete thread -- No hair on the genitalia
Complete thread -- She was equivocally positive to white-faced hornet at the 1 *ug/mL* dilution
Complete thread -- Go ahead and post.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- The 6-French 35 XB (or XP??) guiding catheter was advanced and the left coronary was
Complete thread -- I think it does sound like dyspnea, its just super fast and mumbled together.
Complete thread -- We posted at the same time... .wav below is working first!
Complete thread -- Last one, I promise! Exam - GU part - .wav sent
Complete thread -- wav file. Really does not sound like dyspnea.
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!!
Complete thread -- erect
Complete thread -- Yep... thanks to both of you! Not used to his ESL accent just yet!
Complete thread -- I had bowlegged in quotes, so it was easy to think that
Complete thread -- I had bowlegged in quotes, so it was easy to think that
Complete thread -- GI consult - **KUB direct** - .wav sent
Complete thread -- SMA?
Complete thread -- Maybe SMA?
Complete thread -- Oops, sorry. Can't read today.
Complete thread -- Labs... SME?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- more see links
Complete thread -- he italicized it....weird guy sometimes......
Complete thread -- Ortolani
Complete thread -- What? I got: Advanced search About 203,000 results (0.10 seconds)
Complete thread -- Barlow and Ortolani
Complete thread -- I'll listen again. Thanks!
Complete thread -- CV sounds right to me but it seems like I keep hearing a T sound. Thanks!
Complete thread -- sorry... as in left-sided failure?
Complete thread -- WAG sided?
Complete thread -- I know this word, but I can't figure out how to spell it
Complete thread -- Maybe means left heart failure? or maybe CT or CV is kidney. But probably CV as in
Complete thread -- secondary molar?
Complete thread -- He italicized it or put it in quotes - or you put it in quotes to show what was italicized
Complete thread -- I wish I could hear that but I can't. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- left s/l CV failure ?
Complete thread -- debrided?
Complete thread -- s/l ** dreaded** --- Any ideas appreciated.
Complete thread -- thanks for the help ... will pass on the headache.
Complete thread -- maybe a weird question, but I was looking at a previous op note I did s.m.
Complete thread -- asking myself the same thing :(
Complete thread -- What did you do to deserve this guy????
Complete thread -- (after lungs) Abdomen: Soft, nontender, nondistended. Positive bowel sounds.
Complete thread -- LUNGS bilaterally, abdomen soft, nontender, nondistended, positive bowel sounds. holy cow!
Complete thread -- please help with another posted wav
Complete thread -- moving on, thanks!
Complete thread -- probably cause it is primarily non-medical related. Your Stedman's OB/GYN would have had i
Complete thread -- perhaps short-speaking medications?
Complete thread -- Thanks!! Wonder why onelook did not help
Complete thread -- (last one) EGD with recommendation to hold Coumadin
Complete thread -- Kiwi
Complete thread -- wav posted, need help pls.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all for the input! I did end up flagging it.
Complete thread -- S/l keelie or heelie. Cannot find by doing * vacuum in onelook
Complete thread -- as ESL, may be using tree, meaning "deciduous" molar
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- almost missed that, thanks
Complete thread -- if stating trimolar meaning third molar, there would be a problem since
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- can't document it, but believe trimolar is acceptable
Complete thread -- radial ?? believe he is saying G-tube site is clean and closed.
Complete thread -- radial pulses feel symmetrical?
Complete thread -- Hmm, that would probably be it...but am still hearing tree....but he is ESL...
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- true molar? (see message)
Complete thread -- another wav posted at the same time as yours, you need to repost the wav
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Complete thread -- Stensen's duct opening, which is at the level of the second *tree molar,* showed....
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Complete thread -- Resection of these torn segments and *radius-ing* of the margins
Complete thread -- Dictator may mean PCIS meaning S -with stenting sm
Complete thread -- Sorry, I have never heard of low-dose MDS. It's the low dose that confuses me.
Complete thread -- hand-held?
Complete thread -- anal?
Complete thread -- Hemorrhoidectomy. The "________ S/l Henna " rectractor was then removed....please sm
Complete thread -- yep, thanks so much. Totally BRAIN DEAD today!
Complete thread -- maybe saying 4 to 5
Complete thread -- You were right. She said it later. Thanks again!
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.... you got them!!! :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks, think that is it.
Complete thread -- No mouth sores. No obesity (not sure of this part). No eye problem. No regurgitation.
Complete thread -- wav isn't playing for me - is it working for others?
Complete thread -- gliosis?
Complete thread -- Ah ha!! Thanks!
Complete thread -- doc says Tanner stage 4 2 5. 425. Never heard it said like this
Complete thread -- percutaneous coronary interventions (I guess the "s" is for the s in interventionS)
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Complete thread -- it sounds more like cleosis...now
Complete thread -- Can anyone tell me what PCIS would stand for here? Cannot find on medlexicon
Complete thread -- calcinosis?
Complete thread -- Sent .wav - Review of systems - ESL - any help????
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Complete thread -- Penrose drain was removed
Complete thread -- mp3 - There are no signs of infection. The _________was removed
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Complete thread -- monophasic? also, I could not "femoral" a left femoral pulse????
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Complete thread -- I goofed here. I need to know what sounds like normophasic or if that's right?
Complete thread -- There is trace septal _____ regurgitation.
Complete thread -- They performed a left common iliac artery occlusion? I could not feel a left femoral
Complete thread -- "Sip-N-Puff" is made by the Therafin Corp.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I listened like 4 times, and can't make anything out before chest pain.
Complete thread -- found it, Alm :)
Complete thread -- External ventricular drainage system placement. s/l ohm retractor
Complete thread -- Not sure what you are asking, but is it I could not palpate a left femoral pulse?
Complete thread -- Pt referred for vascular eval after a performed left common iliac artery occlusion.
Complete thread -- Lokomat . Found it.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your feedback.
Complete thread -- more help. S/l lock a mat
Complete thread -- thanks. Never typed one of these before.
Complete thread -- tetraplegic
Complete thread -- need more clues
Complete thread -- Found it, Turban scrotal dressing.
Complete thread -- min (minimum) to mod (moderate) assist (assistance) . Pivot is correct LOOK IT UP
Complete thread -- Thanks, he actually repeats it very clearly, I just can't find it to be sure I am spelling
Complete thread -- What is it supposed to be?
Complete thread -- What is this in relation to? A little context might help.
Complete thread -- sorrry, didn't proof yet. mistake yes
Complete thread -- Sip 'n puff system or Sip & Puff system or sip and puff system. Anyone know?
Complete thread -- "Pt. comes in for f/u of his low-dose MDS." Is this a mistake? I think so.
Complete thread -- Sorry, wrong spot to post this~
Complete thread -- "The pt comes in for f/u of his low-dose MDS." Mistake or ok?
Complete thread -- I know they say "min" rather than "mid" for minimal assistance?
Complete thread -- ?Coban
Complete thread -- thank!
Complete thread -- totally lost on this dictation
Complete thread -- may be (a guess) getting Lantus IV drip (inline)??but don't guess sm
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- Patient is status post TURP. Doc states "turban wrap dressing" was removed. Cannot
Complete thread -- ?mealtime
Complete thread -- Evidently she has her own resource and evidently it's NOT the BoS.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Should the 6-MV be hyphenated and should it be MEV?
Complete thread -- If you can refer to page 16 in AAMT-BOS2
Complete thread -- What resource shows it as hyphenated? Thanks!
Complete thread -- Where do you see that it's hyphenated?!?!?!!?
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I see that yes it is hyphenated
Complete thread -- WAG incremental?
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Complete thread -- He required max assist of 2 for s/l incriminal squat, pivot transfers.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks. I google it first time but on a different spelling I think and didn't find it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- No it is not hyphenated.
Complete thread -- that's it.
Complete thread -- Sip and Puff trigger?
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Complete thread -- the s/l is more like Sip and Puff tif kin
Complete thread -- tetraplegic. Sm please help needed
Complete thread -- What's your question? Did you google your s/l?
Complete thread -- s/l Enemeez
Complete thread -- meds on admission included Lantus insulin, *in the line* coverage
Complete thread -- That is what I thought too. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- dehydrated?
Complete thread -- She appears clinically _____
Complete thread -- Anyone? :)
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Complete thread -- s/l Fend holders
Complete thread -- and dazed?
Complete thread -- thanks I will relisten
Complete thread -- s/l media stasis dermatitis?
Complete thread -- might be vitiligo
Complete thread -- PMH: Social anxiety, s/l little-lie-go and hyperlipidemia.
Complete thread -- yes shocky - i.e. not showing signs of going into shock
Complete thread -- She has a fairly straight posture following cervicothoracic s/l ky-fis (kyphis). All
Complete thread -- She is not toxic or *shocky*.
Complete thread -- Flexeril, diclofenac, lovastatin, *neserprilozen*, zolpidem.
Complete thread -- med help - sm
Complete thread -- Kiwanis
Complete thread -- The patient is involved in the s/l Kewanoth or Quanos club etc. Any i ...
Complete thread -- floor of her bathroom apparently confused _____ . She does have history
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Complete thread -- The echo s/l face sheet not included with patient and no measurements now to dictate.
Complete thread -- Ah, cool. :) I guess it was my interpretation of the "of course" that made me think I'd
Complete thread -- No, I was seriously saying go for the money, lol. I have no like or dislike
Complete thread -- That is never my motivation. I'm actually frequently shortening words that VR
Complete thread -- Oh of course, let's get that extra character in there for the money!
Complete thread -- they may not need a comma, but it is optional and may be included.
Complete thread -- On exam he is a chronically ill elderly male. Weight of xxx
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- would you make this 2 sentences or keep as one? see mess and thanks!!
Complete thread -- already turned it in, but I appreciate the feedback and will add that to my med list - ty!
Complete thread -- Carafate maybe?
Complete thread -- QA could be thinking that since preceded by *without*, it could be
Complete thread -- It is NRS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Numerical rating scale
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Complete thread -- try this pls, stat and need to sign it off. tq.
Complete thread -- I think audible makes more sense there, but since you're flagging for QA already...
Complete thread -- after injection, his pain was 5/10 s/l on the interus?. pl sm
Complete thread -- Pls help w/ cardiac note. thanks!!
Complete thread -- never mind-- flagging it...want to turn it in and call it a night! lol thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry, an s/l would be nice...geez-- s/l carafades
Complete thread -- GI report-- major ESL and I'm new to this acct... please see message
Complete thread -- do you have any more of the report that might be helpful?
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- would U put commas where I have in this sentence or leave them out. It is a short
Complete thread -- Dominant s/l tract density. Bilateral benign axillary lymph nodes.
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Complete thread -- yeah, I guess the patient would be in a lot of danger if somebody saw that she had had
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Complete thread -- enlarged parathyroid gland along posterior aspect of s/l "the the globe."
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Complete thread -- put your s/l in Search Archives box above
Complete thread -- Her speech is normal in rate, tone and volume and s/l prosity??
Complete thread -- no comma. here's a tip: if you can use the word 'and' in place of that comma then the
Complete thread -- I hate to see those reports and the danger those patients are in. wow
Complete thread -- I'd do it with no commas.
Complete thread -- how to punctuate
Complete thread -- not if you get dinged for blanks and he said it very clearly and your boss has told you to
Complete thread -- good going! I never would have gotten pseudo out of that!
Complete thread -- ...ruling out...
Complete thread -- neck weakness on flexion, I would think. Looks like he's ruling
Complete thread -- Bingo! TY :)
Complete thread -- yes. TY That is it for the 1st blank.
Complete thread -- check pseudo-INO
Complete thread -- Cogan's sign
Complete thread -- check Cogan sign
Complete thread -- wav posted (2 blanks) sm please. TY kindly.
Complete thread -- hmmm. it s/l seftir to me. I almost went with Cefzil until I remembered Ceftin.
Complete thread -- Septra?
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- was it clear, was it dictated, then...either research, flag or go as dictated
Complete thread -- one is magnified, one is not. I don't find it redundant.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I flagged it becuase I'm just not positive.
Complete thread -- redundant?
Complete thread -- erythema?
Complete thread -- almost s/l emesis - three syllables - but I can't even google a sounds like.
Complete thread -- Glucerna?
Complete thread -- glycerin?
Complete thread -- Swallow study
Complete thread -- n o a d b k welcome back, been gone awhile
Complete thread -- So have I. I would flag it.
Complete thread -- A radical and total take the uterus and cervix, so there would be no need. I doubt
Complete thread -- agree collagen vascular studies, yep that is what those tests for
Complete thread -- 3 different occasions to complete the process
Complete thread -- LIMA is the same as ITA (internal mammary artery, have 2 in the chest
Complete thread -- I've had them say hysterectomy when they meant cesarean.
Complete thread -- But can you have one 3 times?
Complete thread -- partial, radical and total link
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- must be what he means, awkward tho.
Complete thread -- I'm trying to decide if, to him, hysterectomy x3 means uterus and both ovaries.
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Complete thread -- I think dye test is correct.
Complete thread -- no idea!
Complete thread -- this is a pain pump replacement. VR typed DAT test, but it sounds like dye/die to me
Complete thread -- poor audio, no idea what doc means, plse sm
Complete thread -- how does one have a hysterectomy x3?
Complete thread -- even the people who work in the exchange and/or commissary are storekeepers
Complete thread -- sorry, just noticed your "drol" added at the end. This wouldn't work.
Complete thread -- zoxazolamine? (muscle relaxant)
Complete thread -- five days of ... Solu-Medrol?
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Fingolimod (Gilenya®) is
Complete thread -- Kartagener's?
Complete thread -- s/l * kar - CATCH - ners * disease
Complete thread -- Patient has relapse of multiple sclerosis. Started on five days of "fi-la-zol im-a-
Complete thread -- should that be parvoviral?
Complete thread -- Coombs
Complete thread -- Her HDL, TSH, s/l *kooms,* HIV...
Complete thread -- TY, I flagged
Complete thread -- And Google can do the math. Just put the fraction in the box and hit enter.
Complete thread -- You have to change the fraction to a decimal.
Complete thread -- doc dictated in fractions on mL not sure how to type
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both! It just sounded so odd I didn't even bother to google. Bad me. Thanks
Complete thread -- She is still allergic to it though. So yes, I would.
Complete thread -- okay, makes sense. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I would not mention it. Even though it is no longer being sold, there could
Complete thread -- I was just wondering if I should make note of it so maybe the doctor doesn't need s.m.
Complete thread -- Yes, I just got it, thanks
Complete thread -- Romberg sign?
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Complete thread -- confused by your ?. She is not taking it (good) but is listed as an allergy (good)
Complete thread -- sorry http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Storekeeper
Complete thread -- wp
Complete thread -- believe there is such thing as a "store keeper" someone who handed out s.m.
Complete thread -- Lumbar spine?
Complete thread -- should I send a quick note to doctor regarding an allergy that is being listed on s.m
Complete thread -- Though, wait...wouldn't make sense as LIMA vein graft to the LAD ??
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. I'll go back and listen for that. : )
Complete thread -- In the service, he was a *store keeper*and he traveled all over in the Mediterranean.
Complete thread -- Not Wellbutrin. I think it starts with an M sound. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l "Lomburger" sign is negative.
Complete thread -- WAG do you hear Wellbutrin?
Complete thread -- Maybe LIMA
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Complete thread -- s/l "redundancy" 500 mg q.a.m.,
Complete thread -- s/l "ma-tin-in" 100 mg q.a.m. 3 doses
Complete thread -- He had *mean* vein graft to the LAD and right PDA. Does that make
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Complete thread -- Must be that though he doesn't enunciate as such (still hear cullen). Thanks!
Complete thread -- Bronchiolitis obliterans with organizing pneumonia (BOOP) obstructive pneumonia?
Complete thread -- More than likely post
Complete thread -- I suspect a possible malignancy although *both obstructive* pneumonia
Complete thread -- collagen vascular studies?
Complete thread -- ANA, rheumatoid factor, and *cullen-suh-vascular* studies were all completely normal.
Complete thread -- WAG middle lobe?
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Complete thread -- Thanks! I'd just caught that myself and cleaned it up. Appreciate it, though. I'm going
Complete thread -- MBS, modified barium swallow was done and PEG
Complete thread -- See inside for a little change of punctuation that might help.
Complete thread -- 1st: ____________ stent ??
Complete thread -- perhaps 4+ tricuspid regurgitation ?? Seeing references on google to
Complete thread -- 3 ?? I usually hear 1+, 2+, 3+ regurgitation
Complete thread -- s/l metholyte consolidation chest
Complete thread -- Difficult ESL doing trigger point injection. A couple of s/l inside...
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Complete thread -- Some hits seem to be for Australian pharmacies.
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Complete thread -- On neck exam, he had trigger point in his *qua-dah-attra-soomba* muscles...
Complete thread -- finding "Parachoc"?
Complete thread -- Listen for Peri-Colace, as it seems from context that patient suffers from constipation.
Complete thread -- is this for ?? what??? mL
Complete thread -- s/l "parachalk"
Complete thread -- The patient is a well-nourished, well-developed
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Complete thread -- I think so. The rate of 187 bpm was only for 15 beats, not actually an entire
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'm not familiar with this terminology/phrases, so I appreciate your input.
Complete thread -- when I read it, it makes sense to me (IMHO)
Complete thread -- thank you, the company spell checker is capping it, so wanted to be sure
Complete thread -- ...in regard to her risk of bleeding. Additional testing for platelet...
Complete thread -- Ah, figure pt only wrote part of it. Flagging but think it's bisoprolol fumarate
Complete thread -- Additional testing for platelet activity was within
Complete thread -- Results of Holter monitor. Does this make sense? Please
Complete thread -- No, the "rite" is clear. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- in regards to her risk of bleeding and _____ testing for platelet activity onc
Complete thread -- flecainide?
Complete thread -- some tachycardia and was placed on s/l femurite 5 mg by her cardiologist.
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Complete thread -- If the culture showed just "enterobacter" then enterobacter is not capped right?
Complete thread -- factors and activity were monitored
Complete thread -- in regards to her risk of bleeding and *there’s no* testing for platelet activity onc
Complete thread -- epiploicae? (also think it is effect and not affect)
Complete thread -- posterior?
Complete thread -- affixed a sigmoidal *epa-plug* atop the bladder dome for affect of a serosal patch.
Complete thread -- ahhh, yes...Thank you!
Complete thread -- detrusor?
Complete thread -- reapproximated the*nu-tri-sher*musculature of the bladder with interrupted 2-0 Vicryl
Complete thread -- showed trace left inferior punctate keratopathy and s/l principally cortical cataract
Complete thread -- re "huned" below, if you're still curious, the word is "hewn" (past tense of "hew)
Complete thread -- I know it's too late but the word you're seeking is "hewn" - past tense of "hew".
Complete thread -- I think it is Xifaxan. Thanks.
Complete thread -- wav file, Thanks. In for renal failure.
Complete thread -- NM, short note and need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- Then maybe use a period after 43. and the other labs = normal.
Complete thread -- Can you hear *PEG* feeds?
Complete thread -- Given *bland* therapy which consisted of hemorrhoidal ointment and miconazole powder.
Complete thread -- Vitamin D 43. ANA, homocysteine, B12, folate normal
Complete thread -- Continue current bolus and continuous s/l "puff" feeds. Patient has PEG tube.
Complete thread -- WAG buttocks?
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I figured it out. The buttock skin is red. She stumbled on her words.
Complete thread -- #1-The replacement itself is otherwise intact.
Complete thread -- please help. TY
Complete thread -- e two major forms of vitamin D are vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) and vitamin D3 ( cholecalci
Complete thread -- There is no such thing. so flag it then.
Complete thread -- doc is saying forty three, not 4 and 3
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Complete thread -- Vitamin D4 and D3 (2 separate ones) ANA, homocysteine, B12, (and) folate (all) normal.
Complete thread -- nooooo..
Complete thread -- or at any rate, there WERE as it's plural.
Complete thread -- 1st sentence should read "There are
Complete thread -- put a semicolon after B12; folate, normal.
Complete thread -- with minimal pneumo(thorax) at the apex and anteriorly would make sense
Complete thread -- lupus labs- 3 syallables - thought ANA, but plan has ANA as positive
Complete thread -- we did assess the knee. _____ intact... patient’s size a small _____, which wa
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Complete thread -- sorry, I was referring to pneumo not memo :)
Complete thread -- though local makes sense also.
Complete thread -- It makes sense to me, I would use it, but I only answer to doctors, not acct specs.
Complete thread -- fulminant?
Complete thread -- Brochure
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Complete thread -- *Local* examination, Port-A-Cath in place
Complete thread -- cavity with minimal *memo* at the apex and anteriorly... saying pnuemo????
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Complete thread -- s/l full-ment congestive failure TIA!
Complete thread -- gotta ask...what kind of report is this that would have that in it?
Complete thread -- anemia or phlebitis. ... glandular problems, hormone, ... heat or cold intolerance.
Complete thread -- #3 phlebitis
Complete thread -- ?
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Complete thread -- yep, Jesus was placed also into a honed rock according to bible. nm
Complete thread -- I was thinking honed too. Definitely says huned so thought I couldn't find the word.
Complete thread -- honed? (to enlarge or finish (a hole) with a hone)
Complete thread -- I can only think he is might be misusing honed.?
Complete thread -- a rock that had been *huned* out to bury people
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ?Solyx (relatively new)
Complete thread -- Boston Scientic "solith" mesh sling
Complete thread -- or, rupture by loculation of extravasated synovial fluid.
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it! Thanks everyone for your help. nm
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- melanocyte?
Complete thread -- burn which has healed nicely in s/l melinasite formation.
Complete thread -- 7th and 8th nerve?
Complete thread -- neurovascular?
Complete thread -- I think he meant IV bicarb, insulin, and glucose...nm
Complete thread -- ...adjective is scirrhous.
Complete thread -- relistened but not hearing this. Thanks for trying. nm
Complete thread -- scirrhus.
Complete thread -- Is there such a thing as bicarb insulin or by carb insulin...sm
Complete thread -- s/l skuris
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Complete thread -- Yes, thanks so much! I'm very rusty.
Complete thread -- s/l sam-in-athur bundle ENT sm
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Complete thread -- Coronary artery disease question sm
Complete thread -- I THINK she thinks that part bout them not getting fluid, then getting fluid, but I guess
Complete thread -- I think she is saying water conservation. make sense?
Complete thread -- WAG (not sure if this makes sense) fluid, occult or elevation.
Complete thread -- She also has hyponatremia which again was in favor of increase secretion of ADH which
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Complete thread -- sure, as in protection
Complete thread -- does the word covering make sense?
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Complete thread -- it doesn't sound to me that you need a . between problem and It, as it sounds like s.m.
Complete thread -- Pilates
Complete thread -- thus the anti-incontinence procedure is remaining durable.
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Complete thread -- a couple of Pilates exercises or a couple of Pilate's exercises
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "chronic C4-7 neck pain with fusion"
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Complete thread -- I am confused. How do you get synovial fluid out of a knee in
Complete thread -- to please do so: Yes, actually I did. My ans makes perfect sense. sm
Complete thread -- DUH is me!! he wasn't saying nussr he was saying Nuss bar!! sorry for wasting your time
Complete thread -- Pls help me. cardiology note. S/L straight nusser? see mess and TY
Complete thread -- Benign right axillary lymph node, 8 mm in size, with normal s/l obstruction.
Complete thread -- good guess, yes, cell lines, the individual cells within the CBC
Complete thread -- may be -- a T7 JP (Jackson-Pratt) placed etc (doing laminectomy maybe ?)
Complete thread -- found this Carisoma (carisoprodol), withdrawn US. Avail sm
Complete thread -- Nexium Hp7 (info) Gad, where have I been; new to me sm
Complete thread -- Thank you all
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Complete thread -- summation of shadow artifacts in breast
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Complete thread -- nodular density of breast - sm
Complete thread -- skeletal muscle relaxant methocarbamol
Complete thread -- pls help...s/l metacarbomol... (muscle relaxant)
Complete thread -- I'd think either an antimalarial med or antidiarrheal. but don't recognize s/l
Complete thread -- pt went to India...he was given a prescription for s/l carasoma.
Complete thread -- Hi, thx for trying, I just flagged it.
Complete thread -- what's the procedure being done?? I wondered if AT7 - 87, but that don't fit much either?
Complete thread -- cell lines? total guess here
Complete thread -- A flat s/l "ethel A-T-7 JP drain" was placed overlying the dura.
Complete thread -- s/l "selines"
Complete thread -- seems supported, see link
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Complete thread -- pulmonary - "the Notch Sign of Malignancy"
Complete thread -- lol - that makes sense. I couldn't figure out why the question. ;) duh. Breast.
Complete thread -- . a V-shaped cut or indentation; nick, just describing how it looks.
Complete thread -- in the human(not report body) body, where?
Complete thread -- radiology report - diagnosis
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Complete thread -- CyraCom the leading provider of Over-the-Phone Interpretation and Language Translation Ser
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Complete thread -- Thanks. I had been googling and getting nothing but found stainable iron. Guess I did sm
Complete thread -- http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&biw=1578&bih=730&q=bone+marrow+%22iron+stores%22&aq=f&a
Complete thread -- I hear obtainable iron stores. Does this sound right. I have not done many bone marrow
Complete thread -- Any clue on the _____.
Complete thread -- Yep morrow is what VR puts. I thought I changed them all. Thanks.
Complete thread -- plse disregard my post
Complete thread -- s/l "peri" procedure, plse sm for context
Complete thread -- I thought so. I could kick myself as I have used 4-corner all along and it just dawned on
Complete thread -- did you even read all the answers and the conclusion already made.
Complete thread -- http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&biw=1578&bih=730&q=quarter+%22nuclear+cracking%22&aq=f&
Complete thread -- make sure you change the bone *marrow*
Complete thread -- that's what I thought but definitely not what he is saying. thanks.
Complete thread -- Cataract surgery
Complete thread -- 46,XY (no space)... trilineage hematopoiesis
Complete thread -- Okay got the first 2 blanks finally. trilineage hematopoiesis Just need the last one.
Complete thread -- Bone morrow biopsy and aspiration done on 04/13/2011 showed normal cellular marrow sm
Complete thread -- Hawkins
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Complete thread -- and I had the bone marrow biopsy on this patient on 04/17/2011
Complete thread -- http://livedoor.2.blogimg.jp/gmsydney/imgs/2/b/2b70b18e.jpg
Complete thread -- See #3
Complete thread -- He had persistent anemia and had bone marrow biopsy _____ on 04/13/20011 and he
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- Nexium HP7 or Nexium Hp7?
Complete thread -- Mouth: She has some injection of mucous membranes, but her
Complete thread -- Nope, but thanks for the link!
Complete thread -- can't get s/l lom antibody unless slurring anti Jo link look over rheumatology test
Complete thread -- U's and E's (U&Es (Urea & Electrolytes)
Complete thread -- Us and Es???
Complete thread -- NEW FDA today-Tradjenta brand--(linagliptin generic)Diabetes-
Complete thread -- smooth muscle
Complete thread -- s/l "Smut moxillo" IgG antibody was negative.
Complete thread -- s/l "lom" antibody was negative.
Complete thread -- This board always amazes me - you guys are terrific! nm
Complete thread -- wow do I feel dumb - that is exactly what it is! You are terrific - thanks!!
Complete thread -- erect, edematous penis, and testes are normal?
Complete thread -- I mean edematous - gosh
Complete thread -- probably edemous is end? stuck here....
Complete thread -- barely in the knee... meaning the needle "barely in" (due to his pain I would guess
Complete thread -- On GU exam patient has s/l 'erectadematis' sm
Complete thread -- thanks for the help
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- that makes sense to me! :)
Complete thread -- I'm thinking the word clearly (as the attempt was done correctly to get fluid out)
Complete thread -- I don't think barely in the knee would make sense, as you would not
Complete thread -- I see large-bore needle is correct, stilling workin on other
Complete thread -- believe doc is talking about previous attempt because later in the report she tries
Complete thread -- thanks for those that tried, glad I wasn't the only one who couldn't figure
Complete thread -- maybe saying vein and your only hearing V?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your help!
Complete thread -- Up to your account specs, but I would spell it out.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Is V Dopplers acceptable or should it be spelled out?
Complete thread -- thank you I'll check that out!
Complete thread -- venous Dopplers
Complete thread -- s/l V Dopplers
Complete thread -- Osprey?
Complete thread -- not sure about the 18,000. Poor sound quality for you!
Complete thread -- I thought I heard Doppler too, but does Doppler 18,000 make sense? What
Complete thread -- I cannot hear what he is saying but usually hear pressure-rate product. hope this helps.
Complete thread -- sounds kind of like "Doppler" to me
Complete thread -- Looking for a place in Florida that does CT scans, s/l oz-mee (CT scan done at Ozmee)
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Lo/Ovral
Complete thread -- exercise treadmill test
Complete thread -- s/l..lor-a-vet 21 birth control pills...nm
Complete thread -- seroma formation?
Complete thread -- mesh-related complications including mesh migration, s/l mesh huma formation...
Complete thread -- upper GI ever done
Complete thread -- He did not consent to have an upper GI _____ done so we elected to go ahead and plan
Complete thread -- thanks, it is in PA so fits perfectly
Complete thread -- What state is this school in?
Complete thread -- Arcadia
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 60-year-old professor at ____ University of political science
Complete thread -- possibly size of the right lower lobe pulmonary infiltrate. s/m
Complete thread -- That's it....thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I would flag as technical difficulties if you have that option.
Complete thread -- FeSO4
Complete thread -- possible size of the right lower lobe?
Complete thread -- Med list: "s/l FBS" 4 325 b.i.d." Patient is 83, history of anemia, COPD only.
Complete thread -- sorry my mistake.. i mean mp3. thanks!
Complete thread -- wav still previous post.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- The patient was had urinary retention - delete the was -
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- exercise treadmill test. s/l Doppler?
Complete thread -- Therefore, _____ acute renal failure
Complete thread -- You are right. I found the documentation.
Complete thread -- I would say go since there are a number of injuries
Complete thread -- number goes. I could not find a reference to document that.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- go or goes? sm please
Complete thread -- I hear "this was placed into a drillbit drill...
Complete thread -- to my ear "with (a) (followed by 2 syllables)" drill.
Complete thread -- previously placed calcar screw. This was placed _____ drill
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "late" is correct, meaning sx that tend to develope late in the course of laryngeal cancer
Complete thread -- we had the provisional reduction.
Complete thread -- We had to _____ reduction and then we
Complete thread -- ??"no mild mesenteric lymph node prominence noted"??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- dorsal supine
Complete thread -- word help please sm
Complete thread -- should markers be margins?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'll listen again. Thank you.
Complete thread -- might offer...by transect...by transecting
Complete thread -- maybe saying history of a known.....nm
Complete thread -- NM, flagged and sent
Complete thread -- 1. Natural thyroid 97.5 mg 2. Carvedilol 25 mg b.i.d. 3. Nabum ...
Complete thread -- ESL
Complete thread -- report has been flagged. Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- that gave her quite *PTFU*/PTSD symptoms.
Complete thread -- FINALLY got the sodium thing. sodium morrhuate
Complete thread -- AquADEKs® Softgels see link
Complete thread -- mentioned in a drug list...s/l gee-oh-DEE-knock eyedrops
Complete thread -- closest I'm coming
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Mometa inhaler b.i.d.
Complete thread -- val and functional status. ______ resecting of the tumor,
Complete thread -- The patient denies any *late* symptoms including no dysphagia, cough, or hemoptysis
Complete thread -- Last sentence doesn't make sense. Got wrong word or something is
Complete thread -- #2 further
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of *aqua adex*? In a list of medications.
Complete thread -- Sodium ______ was injected distal ... bleeding precluded _____ treatment.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- recent treatment
Complete thread -- Massive upper GI bleed, _____ treatment for varices
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Shouldn't that be decompression? You can enter sodium on
Complete thread -- flippant air.
Complete thread -- s/l flipping air
Complete thread -- giving the systolic only I believe 145-155
Complete thread -- Agreed. I flagged it. Thx!
Complete thread -- no way for you to know.
Complete thread -- No idea what to do with this. "BP 145/155" She kind of stumbles over it.
Complete thread -- 41.. thanks! :D
Complete thread -- 41?
Complete thread -- or feel free to post here and we will help you.
Complete thread -- I hear he recently turned 31. I have no idea if that makes sense.
Complete thread -- massive?
Complete thread -- help with wav please
Complete thread -- "partial" blood pressure cuff?
Complete thread -- obs? (for observation)
Complete thread -- "obs
Complete thread -- *Messy* upper GI bleed, *visel* treatment for varices,
Complete thread -- injection of sodium *aerorate* and placement of Blackmore/Minnesota compression tube.
Complete thread -- hops monitor
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- to allow him to have a relatively (uneventful?)
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ng/dL? The lowest one would expect then/than his average level
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- primary lesion?
Complete thread -- It is definitely with an M at the beginning. Thinking something for memory.
Complete thread -- Brand. Exforge is a combination of amlodipine and valsartan.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- in a drug list.... has anyone ever heard of histamine number 3? Very clear dictator.
Complete thread -- is Exforge brand or generic? Thanks
Complete thread -- Demerol?
Complete thread -- Medication memerol.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- You could have checked by googling.
Complete thread -- never mind, he's trying to say strabismus
Complete thread -- s/l transmitted
Complete thread -- This 9-month-old wears glasses secondary to *s/l carismus*. ESL.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry, was gone. It makes sense.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- with alkaline phosphatase at 66.
Complete thread -- hypermetabolic activity in the scalp, no*mild mesenteric*lymph nodes prominent noted
Complete thread -- were within normal limits with _____.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, that's it. Does posterior auricular make sense here? He says it more like one
Complete thread -- ascending?
Complete thread -- Angiography showed evidence of what appeared to be angiographic evidence of a
Complete thread -- what do you make of this?
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. I think I fixed it.
Complete thread -- punctuation thoughts?
Complete thread -- FYI Intractable high level required.... ...
Complete thread -- nvm moving on thanks
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- All you have to do is GOOGLE AMG for carpal tunnel and will be given your answer!
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- THanks. That is what I was trying to hear too.
Complete thread -- I think he is just stumbling. I hear "are being tapered"
Complete thread -- other vasopressors _______ being tapered.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks, jay!
Complete thread -- there's something called "fat" grafts for lipoatrophy
Complete thread -- A .......Blakemore tube was placed. It's a Sengstaken-Blakemore tube not a Seng
Complete thread -- s/l hot grafts
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could not be slowed or controlled _______ placed
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Compression can be generated when a metal cortical screw traverses all four cortices.
Complete thread -- ok thanks. Wasn't quite sure what he meant.
Complete thread -- I think it's fine--he's using the Foley as a splint to support the op site.
Complete thread -- urology word help - sm
Complete thread -- I believe it means what layer of bone (cortical), just like one hears cancellous screws sm
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- St. Mark's?
Complete thread -- was seen with the assistance of a *St. Marsh* retractor, verifying
Complete thread -- Not oral? Also known as thrush.
Complete thread -- ah ha! Thanks sooooo much
Complete thread -- fluticasone propionate (?) Here's how I found it quite quickly...
Complete thread -- fluticasone propionate?
Complete thread -- In a list of medical history. see message. thanks
Complete thread -- drug that s/l fooda kasson
Complete thread -- from infancy
Complete thread -- octreotide drip?
Complete thread -- he is on *procteride* drip, vassopressin... *adjunct of* being
Complete thread -- scar from a remote surgery _____ for pyloric stenosis
Complete thread -- Could it be milk thistle?
Complete thread -- can only find odd hits for milk fissel, any ideas, also multivitamin etc.
Complete thread -- n/v ubiquinone, but he continues list with coenzyme Q10, so not really sure what to do wit
Complete thread -- s/l aubigrinode/obigrinone 100 mg daily, either a multivitamin or herbal supplement
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- (no personal knowledge, but) I suspect this may be correct. SM
Complete thread -- That frequency range corresponds to theta. Maybe doc can't enunciate "th"?
Complete thread -- have to move on
Complete thread -- s/l serta background rhythm (don't hear beta or theta or delta)
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- NM, flagged and sent.
Complete thread -- 3-0 Prolene *Farmer's* modification horizontal mattress
Complete thread -- slurring "artificial" maybe?
Complete thread -- Helper tried and did answer 1 of your questions. Perhaps she
Complete thread -- LMBO laughing my balls off
Complete thread -- I know that may be meaning no meconium, but as stated she
Complete thread -- thank you - I think she is saying "clear"
Complete thread -- agree, but she clearly said standard - thanks I relistened!
Complete thread -- Never heard standard vaginal delivery, usually spontaneous
Complete thread -- process of elimination....sterile? possibly, if he is talking about the rupture not being
Complete thread -- can't tell if doc is saying sterile/zero/clear pls sm for context
Complete thread -- amaurosis fugax
Complete thread -- wav. Unlikely to be ____ as it occured in both eyes and no associated with visual
Complete thread -- of course. TY
Complete thread -- postoperatively
Complete thread -- wav posted. This is his 1st followup post _____. (underwent radical retropubic
Complete thread -- Holter is a heart monitor only so holder is correct I'd figure
Complete thread -- It was a Keofeed feeding tube. I looked at the report after the QA edit.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- does this qualify as "be respectful" Sorry we couldn't help you - all the best
Complete thread -- opinion on whether to flag or not pls sm
Complete thread -- not enough info?? did you read message? I said patient has concussion....hx of diabetes,
Complete thread -- OP not enough info. More context dx, lab, PH, otherwise don't GUESSS FLAG IT
Complete thread -- You also asked so am curious if that is what chem BG stands for ???
Complete thread -- and all you gave as answer was blood glucose.... not answering the chem part
Complete thread -- Never mind, I guess I'm mistaken thinking topically means on the skin
Complete thread -- LOL!!!! missed that
Complete thread -- I had a grade 4 teacher who always said lozenger nm
Complete thread -- But how do you use a menthol lozenge topically? Lick it and stick it?
Complete thread -- so am curious if that is what chem BG stands for ??? Does anyone know for sure?
Complete thread -- Wow. I didn't know that! Interesting...Thank you!
Complete thread -- “Lozenger” is an archaic spelling still in use in a few American dialects.
Complete thread -- s/l in-pulling pls sm
Complete thread -- did you read message? I asked for correct way to type chem BG ??
Complete thread -- No question intended....just a
Complete thread -- I have this ESL who dictates menthol topical lozenger (and he spells lozenger for me)
Complete thread -- blood glucose! You have the context right there.
Complete thread -- never mind, (holder)
Complete thread -- maybe it stands for chemistries and blood gases?
Complete thread -- holder or Holter? pls sm
Complete thread -- tensioner ???
Complete thread -- tensiometer??
Complete thread -- nevermind...I read your post wrong!!!
Complete thread -- TENS unit?? transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
Complete thread -- Knee arthroscopy: We cross-checked this with a s/l tensionator device in the
Complete thread -- chem BG and correct way to type... please sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion, but I don't believe it was that.
Complete thread -- feeding/NG tube?
Complete thread -- He's getting a blank, and I'm movin' on!
Complete thread -- LMBO!
Complete thread -- a little more info
Complete thread -- hmm, not sure ??until "LVH is present"? Ranson for pancreatitis + alcohol likely
Complete thread -- a type of small-bore feeding tube?
Complete thread -- PCI-percutaneous coronary intervention?
Complete thread -- Sounds like we work for the same place!!
Complete thread -- I am going to blank. It is terrible audio and I've spent enough time.
Complete thread -- I really really resent having the "absolute junk" pushed because they know
Complete thread -- s/l tick - or - pick procedures to the LAD
Complete thread -- Adiana permanent contraception procedure
Complete thread -- treatment for what?? context still needed with sound files.
Complete thread -- It is spelled hypospadias
Complete thread -- chordee.
Complete thread -- It is pro time. Not Pro Time and definitely not protime
Complete thread -- 6-month-old patient. THanks!
Complete thread -- I hear BR regimen, but there is no lead in to your blank so not
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- TREATMENT HISTORY: __________ regimen x 6 cycles from 10/21/2010 thro ...
Complete thread -- But it isn't correct.
Complete thread -- I don't think there is either, but don't worry about it. It's not gonna hurt the patient,
Complete thread -- thanks again. I think the dictator might have been in error, but like you say,
Complete thread -- Well, I looked. cannot find a definitive answer. not so sure there is such a thing. sigh.
Complete thread -- I did not pursue looking for JP sump drain once I found out that a sump drain is smaller
Complete thread -- Yay! Think I tempted fate by asking this, since just got a stat jump in of one of my least
Complete thread -- Well, I had to look. and, boy was I glad I did! The ESL guy I have been listening to for
Complete thread -- yw. I agree with you about not changing to "performed" due to meaning.
Complete thread -- Yeah, maybe it's more just fear, not superstition. lol
Complete thread -- Oh, I can't change what I'm going to get, but I can see it in advance if I want to.
Complete thread -- if i do that I get blamed for cherry picking! cant stand Medquist anymore but need the
Complete thread -- I flip flop back and forth on whether it is better not to know or better to find out early
Complete thread -- that is a smaller change. thanks!
Complete thread -- Does anyone ever get superstitious about not checking what's coming up in their queue
Complete thread -- or maybe it's not technically "passive voice," but you know what I mean.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- how about just "placement of the MRI port proceeded"?
Complete thread -- sorry. missed your post somehow. I think it is a judgment call. a lot of products
Complete thread -- is there a JP sump drain? (for future archives info)
Complete thread -- thanks. I found sump drains. I had been searching JP flat sump drain and coming up blank
Complete thread -- I need some input on an ESL problem.
Complete thread -- if that link doesn't work (didn't for me now when clicking on it), try this:
Complete thread -- I thought you meant the fact that they are different types of drains.
Complete thread -- never mind. found sump drain. guess it's not just for basements anymore!
Complete thread -- Good point. Same thing with Google citations; often need to/should open and check them.
Complete thread -- You should read the threads in archives carefully. Only a few
Complete thread -- I agree. I thought desires was a much better word here than deserves...I mean he is
Complete thread -- Per AAMT BOS, either prothrombin time or pro time.
Complete thread -- argh. very, very ESL dictator. JP flat some/sump drain.
Complete thread -- oh, maybe it was from the BOS. see link
Complete thread -- thanks poi, Lo and all who helped me!!
Complete thread -- would U also cap hinged brace here? Playmaker hinged brace/Hinged Brace?
Complete thread -- I did and it is both ways in the archives. I always expand it so wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- pro time. Think I learned that from Vera Pyle (the silver book) years ago.
Complete thread -- oh, and thank you :)
Complete thread -- I always type it pro time. did you check archives?
Complete thread -- lol...I thought that too after I corrected my post, actually both!
Complete thread -- that's it thanks poi
Complete thread -- with the way he talks poi I think desires is quite appropriate.
Complete thread -- hasten the return of ascites by giving him fluids makes sense to me. (speed up)
Complete thread -- then protime it is.
Complete thread -- i know that part but he said protime and it is a verbatim acct. but thanks for info!!
Complete thread -- hasten?
Complete thread -- prothrombin time
Complete thread -- sending in and going with Pro Time. hope this is correct.
Complete thread -- sheesh...deserves...time for me to call it a night.
Complete thread -- any suggestions? gotta get it in in the next 2 minutes. :) sorry for the rush.
Complete thread -- could be horizontal mattress, but he desires tons of blanks !
Complete thread -- thanks but i'm not hearing any one of those. now i'm hearing "pace him" the return...does
Complete thread -- should protime be 2 words and capped here? found on google but trust the helpers her
Complete thread -- Okay so I did not hear mattress there. lol
Complete thread -- anticipate? instigate? cause?
Complete thread -- Yep I hear mattress now
Complete thread -- or not
Complete thread -- if I strain real hard I think I might, probably, could hear mattress suture in there.
Complete thread -- . The fascia and the port with Vicryl. The skin was approximated with 4-0
Complete thread -- per QA: Dexilant
Complete thread -- Dexilant, maybe? (although I see no need for it)
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- s/l takes some the return...
Complete thread -- I hope this means you didn't actually post it then.
Complete thread -- s/l dex-lat
Complete thread -- Colibri forceps
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- I think I got it...
Complete thread -- another ortho note. wav posted. Please sm
Complete thread -- The capsule was removed with a s/l "klee breeze."
Complete thread -- well, that makes more sense! wish he had said it that way. Thanks, poi!
Complete thread -- lateral anterior portal
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- posted a wav. don't know why I didn't do that to begin with!
Complete thread -- infrapatella?
Complete thread -- portion?
Complete thread -- Embrel?
Complete thread -- one of these days I will feel good about typing ortho notes! please sm
Complete thread -- Right foot cellulitis and abscess. s/l velop menorosity or myelitis.
Complete thread -- I sent him blanks. thanks!
Complete thread -- It was fullness, thanks to all!
Complete thread -- Thanks :)
Complete thread -- they do have you move to the table, thus the placed on the table in the
Complete thread -- with a portion of the fundus in the chest?
Complete thread -- fullness....just a WAG!
Complete thread -- Just a guess, maybe the "uh her Rapamune" is verapamil?
Complete thread -- Great.
Complete thread -- Maybe "with folds of the fundus in the chest" ??
Complete thread -- I think correct as you have it. They don't prep till the patient is
Complete thread -- Sounds OK to me; decreasing friction on wound area
Complete thread -- where does the sentence end? Usual 1st OP note sentence
Complete thread -- paraesophageal hernia with s/l "fulse" to the fundus and the ches
Complete thread -- and Silvadene on a daily basis and decreasing*shear forces*has been enforced at the n
Complete thread -- We are going to hold "uh her Rapamune will ketoric (spells) a-n-i-s-o-r-c-i-c."
Complete thread -- well, since links did post correctly, your s/l is correct as typed
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- but I question how something nonexistent could be attached to anything.
Complete thread -- that link didn't work, trying again.
Complete thread -- try googling your exact phrase in question
Complete thread -- maybe if you type it in all CAPS the posters will hear it.
Complete thread -- s/l *Application of the knee joint*, did i transcribe correctly? Thanks
Complete thread -- no WAV there
Complete thread -- Neocartilage formation?
Complete thread -- I posted one entire sentence. Will someone please check that I got it all correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your feedback.
Complete thread -- I hear that also, but can't document. I am wondering if he clipped superior.
Complete thread -- or *thorough*
Complete thread -- Could it be *true* distraction?
Complete thread -- I am having trouble with this doc. Will have to post a few more wvs.
Complete thread -- Got it! I am so stupid. I just googled "active * coast guard member*. It is Active Duty
Complete thread -- How kind of you to answer. It is in Florida. Should have mentioned. Do you want me to post
Complete thread -- No problem. We all learn something new each day!
Complete thread -- is this is Canada? Department of National Defence and Canadian Forces.
Complete thread -- Cannot post it w/o patient's name audible.
Complete thread -- definitely
Complete thread -- WAV now posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- S/L *neo-cartiligization."
Complete thread -- Patient is an active *d d* coast guard member.
Complete thread -- Will have to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I had sent in with flag, but I've learned something from you! : )
Complete thread -- Maybe so, thanks very much!
Complete thread -- Hernia was *decimately* lateral to the epigastric vessels, making it an indirect....
Complete thread -- pentoxifylline?
Complete thread -- And again I say CONTEXT NEEDED whether YOU think it is or not. That isNOT context
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks very much!
Complete thread -- close to consideration for s/l "ta-doxi-fy-win."
Complete thread -- Ranson's score maybe? Found in first link when I googled apache score
Complete thread -- Unable to calculate s/l "ranches" score at this time
Complete thread -- of course, THAT makes sense.
Complete thread -- disk space height with end plate changes
Complete thread -- en face (pronounced on phos)
Complete thread -- Disk space height were then placed ______ changes at L5-S1
Complete thread -- Well, short note and I have to send in now. Will flag.
Complete thread -- The patient was treated using *on-phos* electron radiotherapy using 9 MeV electrons.
Complete thread -- wow both good suggestions on researching both of them. Since he is mumbling will have to
Complete thread -- I think it should be: amlodipine/hydrochlorothiazide 5/50 (see message)
Complete thread -- is he saying amiloride?
Complete thread -- is only one view.
Complete thread -- without. AP means x-ray traveling from anterior to posterior with the patient standing
Complete thread -- I would of used the hyphens. Would it be better now to?
Complete thread -- is it AP weightbearing without comma? or are they 2 different views?
Complete thread -- Refilled meds including Prinivil 10 mg, *amlodipine hydrochlorothiazide 550 *
Complete thread -- Oh, then I agree with kaz.
Complete thread -- Thank you! Sounds good!
Complete thread -- the specimen bears/bares hair.
Complete thread -- where is the s/l in that?
Complete thread -- AMIKids?? Just googling. I don't know anything about it.
Complete thread -- If you want to share context and exact sentence, I might have
Complete thread -- tough one, not much context. A place s/l ama keds in LA
Complete thread -- as in the specimen contains hair, is how it is used
Complete thread -- you could edit to "overall GPA", drop cumulative, as that is somewhat
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'd considered that, but it seems to scream for a noun following...but then I do
Complete thread -- cumulative
Complete thread -- Went to some college. State his overall *cume* was 2.3. I can do very light
Complete thread -- Which is why context is ALWAYS needed whether YOU think it is or not
Complete thread -- thats the funniest thing I've read all day
Complete thread -- check onelook above for definitions of bear vs. bare.
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Goutallier?
Complete thread -- ortho help pls. S/L *(Gutalia)*
Complete thread -- as in the specimen contains hair, is how it is used. ...
Complete thread -- Bears hair, or Bares hair.
Complete thread -- Can't solve your s/l but "exploration" SB"explanation" and no hyphens needed IMO.
Complete thread -- raised bidet seat?
Complete thread -- s/l *super notarial*, any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- Impaired "high" laryngeal rise and excursion?
Complete thread -- from one end to the other??
Complete thread -- telescoping suction curette from _____ was performed
Complete thread -- (I don't hear raised toilet seat, though first word may be raised. No toilet in there.)
Complete thread -- Elderly male with DME of shower chair, *race bladed* seat, bed cane with...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- got to write that one down!
Complete thread -- finally got it.....samarium and strontium
Complete thread -- dysplastic?
Complete thread -- Hmmmm
Complete thread -- Not sure, but thank you. I think I will flag.
Complete thread -- knee pain
Complete thread -- Feosol?
Complete thread -- Drug that s/l fair-sohl
Complete thread -- distal tuft fracture and nail bed
Complete thread -- . There was noted to be a _____ nail bed injury.
Complete thread -- Bear block!! Got it!
Complete thread -- Bier block
Complete thread -- yes... he has lazy tongue! :)
Complete thread -- Anesthesia s/l ear block.
Complete thread -- plethoric?
Complete thread -- well-coiffured
Complete thread -- WAG the only thing I can find is Xinlay (atrasentan)
Complete thread -- s/l plus-er-ic???
Complete thread -- Nevermind. Senior moment, DUH !!!! :-)
Complete thread -- I know someone knows this = ) I just don't
Complete thread -- s/l fi-brin-o-li'-tic
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- well-coiffed
Complete thread -- s/l *coffiered* any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks! I can hear that now. : )
Complete thread -- trileaflet
Complete thread -- On echo: Aortic valve is *stry-lee flit,* with normal color and Doppler flow...
Complete thread -- If you find out the name, could you share, want to add to my list.
Complete thread -- sure did look, no luck on s/l, glad to share my list. Maybe word cut off?
Complete thread -- Lunesta? Not like your s/l though. What is the PMH?
Complete thread -- CONTEXT
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Laparoscopy procedure s/l "nee-jat" forceps.
Complete thread -- medication, S/l lootia. No dosage. Cochlear implant eval for lady
Complete thread -- Delorme per Stedman's surgery words 3rd
Complete thread -- I cannot believe my dictionary does not have this and have found it both
Complete thread -- yah, it's "cooling" - ty
Complete thread -- it could be "cooling" but I'm not sure yet
Complete thread -- s/l "kwoon" protocol
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- adjacent?
Complete thread -- Annular disc bulge with areas of ____ spondylosis at C6-C7
Complete thread -- is that two words or one? distal __________?
Complete thread -- Arterial duplex ultrasound showed "dis er lith if Ay" and popliteal stenosis.
Complete thread -- ?Yeoman's test (sacral spine)
Complete thread -- correction - The bladder was then partially filled.
Complete thread -- That is a syndrome, not an orthopedic test.
Complete thread -- #3. The bladder is partially filled.
Complete thread -- GUESS - Sjogren's test
Complete thread -- Good site to check...
Complete thread -- I blanked it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- having trouble with this one - s/l Flogrim's??
Complete thread -- might mean, potentially placed seeding (or seeding) bacteria (from the leads) sm
Complete thread -- in nature less than?
Complete thread -- polyps, about 4 to 5 in nature, approximately sm
Complete thread -- another wav please, three blanks.. thanks much!
Complete thread -- anconeus? but that is the upper extremity.
Complete thread -- ESL. Botulinum toxin A injections for
Complete thread -- not sure, sounds so much like photo, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- condyloma accuminata
Complete thread -- Just a guess here, but could the photo part be "flow of" ? saline
Complete thread -- urology terminology please see message
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- There was *photogravity* of saline through the needle
Complete thread -- . The patient was seen in my office for *fabularation* on April 27, 2011
Complete thread -- Never mind, got it, EACs.
Complete thread -- His *hemoglobin* revealed an LDH of 149
Complete thread -- HEENT: Reveals normal tympanic membranes. Normal s/l *ESE's*
Complete thread -- do you have a dictionary or other source for that? thanks
Complete thread -- WAG single-use bioptome?
Complete thread -- I do as one word
Complete thread -- maybe sounds like aspheros - I'm not finding anything...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Right heart cath and endomyocardial biopsy - s/l Ferrus
Complete thread -- at delayed point of time ?
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- seems fairly on topic. I'd transcribe as hoochie mama (no quotes) and keep on going.
Complete thread -- long-standing vs. longstanding. Do you use the hyphen and correct if without?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- minuscule preferred spelling.
Complete thread -- distal ureteral/urethral stones?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Gilula lines - finally found it!
Complete thread -- hand x-ray s/l Guh-lil-ee's lines TIA
Complete thread -- Touche, I'm with you! My feeling = no need to "beautify" if doc mostly dictates incomplete
Complete thread -- tnx... :)
Complete thread -- hum, probably correct, "miniscule," meaning "prob not too effective in any case."
Complete thread -- a scant # of flags will never "sink" a "newbie."
Complete thread -- s/l miniscule??
Complete thread -- thank you for posting what you decided upon!
Complete thread -- (Ignore this if unhelpful) "urgency, frequency, dribbling" is what hops to mind there.
Complete thread -- I cannot help. "potential s/l placeed bacteria." Doc is saying ICD might have been nidus
Complete thread -- (I have no idea....)
Complete thread -- because putative etiol="distribution vs cardiogenic," my hunch= "hypOtension" instead of
Complete thread -- Off topic: I once heard an OB-Gyn dictate "pt is a Hoochie-Momma."
Complete thread -- closest I can guess is coccidial? infection
Complete thread -- myopotentials detected on the lead itself - what I hear
Complete thread -- WAG - dash like = ductus ?
Complete thread -- have to move on
Complete thread -- s/l dash-like deflation
Complete thread -- LOL. thanks.
Complete thread -- I actually hear *The patient was a Hot Mama* too funny!
Complete thread -- resent as wav.
Complete thread -- Ah. And I guess OP saying "what it's supposed to be" indicates a real phrase and not an
Complete thread -- "heart murmur"
Complete thread -- was he commenting on someone walking by, or it was a real phrase that sounded like that?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- moving on thanks
Complete thread -- can't get the second blank but s/l something to do with obstruction?
Complete thread -- ..exercises, per se. (That's what I think I hear)
Complete thread -- There is no over sensing or noise on the lead with isometric exercises ...
Complete thread -- does this make sense?
Complete thread -- Indications: Hot Mama, syncope.
Complete thread -- Help w/word please...
Complete thread -- placed seed bacteria?
Complete thread -- no ambiguity with trademark filing, ClosureFAST, see link.
Complete thread -- oops hit ENTER before I owned the report.
Complete thread -- ahh went back to relisten, it WAS closure fast catheter nm
Complete thread -- that was a typo, but either way, edema, edema....not a 'hand' table
Complete thread -- They "frequenly, don't give the full phrase or give the company name as though sm
Complete thread -- It's frustrating when the manufacturer's web site is so inconsistent in style!
Complete thread -- u misread, didn't say edema, said enema
Complete thread -- The information you posted shows Closure FAST catheter
Complete thread -- clarifying - in addition to an L4
Complete thread -- Well yeah, but only if the hand was going to get an enema, lol.
Complete thread -- "HAND was placed..." What does that have to do with an edema table??
Complete thread -- I hear Fast catheter sm
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- ClosureFAST catheter
Complete thread -- ...page 7 of 266.
Complete thread -- 1. Radiofrequency and venous ablation, left greater saphenous vein (8 applications
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I clicked on the link but it stayed blank for a while...eventually opened. thx again
Complete thread -- Doncha' hate that? I've BTDT!
Complete thread -- oh no! I just noticed that my 'macro' for this guy's exam says:
Complete thread -- Wow, Darlene! I wish the OP would come back and let us know!
Complete thread -- I share Lo's opinion on the necessity of the commas too.
Complete thread -- yeah. right. I wish. I am 53 seconds into the next one and have 3 blanks already!
Complete thread -- Pam is right. And, my take on it is that you need some commas....
Complete thread -- You're welcome. Glad I could help. Hope you are done with him for the night!
Complete thread -- OP: need to determine what part of spine, can't assume sm & link
Complete thread -- these are as she correctly stated intolerances and not allergies
Complete thread -- I explained to XXXXXXXXx that I am unable to do any kind of testing fo ...
Complete thread -- maybe this is what is referring to 3 hr dialysis with (low) 300 blood flow to etc
Complete thread -- omigosh! Aldactone 50 every day. Thanks Pam. it was the '50
Complete thread -- wouldn't you know it. I finally get down to one blank on this guy, but it is a medication
Complete thread -- Still trying...but I think it's 50 not 150...the rest is still out of reach!
Complete thread -- well, he can make thoracic sound like arthritic, so I feel pretty good about esophageal
Complete thread -- It's just my best guess. I feel confident about varices, but not so much so on the
Complete thread -- try again, "click" it does open see where it says LINK click it
Complete thread -- same guy. this time a medication. wav. please sm
Complete thread -- found this, not sure if IT, not enough info to tell sm & link
Complete thread -- sounds likely, the way he butchers a word! Thanks!!
Complete thread -- What the's procedure?
Complete thread -- esophageal varices???
Complete thread -- esophageal varices???
Complete thread -- I couldn't open it, but thanks very much.
Complete thread -- found this listed at a symposium, not sure it is IT. Smooth Operator.sm & link
Complete thread -- I couldn't get it yet either, but I'm trying too. He's tough!
Complete thread -- I see his dictation number and know that I will be on this report for a while.
Complete thread -- trying...just can't get it (yet)
Complete thread -- Thank you Lo!!
Complete thread -- caveat
Complete thread -- I agree...but I'm a newbie with this account/company, so I flagged just in case. :)
Complete thread -- some amitriptyline with the s/l cov-vie-ot that she clear this with her medical docto
Complete thread -- maybe he's saying "roll out" - hmm
Complete thread -- s/l rotalock table
Complete thread -- ooops. wav posted. please sm
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- yep, caught that in the review. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Storz s/l "smooth operator" semi-rigid scope
Complete thread -- Good catch!
Complete thread -- PE; however, it...
Complete thread -- thank you billybob!
Complete thread -- thanks. Lately I can't seem to shake the first thing I hear; this time it was 'arthritic'
Complete thread -- I think he may be saying thoracic, though it sounds more like thoratic.
Complete thread -- thoracic aortic aneurysm.
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- s/l Mycardia. Med for hypertension. does not s/l Mycardis.
Complete thread -- whom SM
Complete thread -- Grammar Q please....who/whom
Complete thread -- I finally got it. It is cognitive decline. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Oh well, guess I have to flag. Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- Chronic kidney disease, stage V. Plan: As patient did not have 2 weeks of
Complete thread -- I tried, agree with the lacunar, but can't get the second one either. :(
Complete thread -- I got the first one. Lacunar infarcts. But the second one???
Complete thread -- just a note, but there is a T4 and a C4.
Complete thread -- I think it should be L4. I use that all of the time. nm
Complete thread -- I posted a wave. There is another question also. sm
Complete thread -- janice
Complete thread -- S/L wittenner infarcts.
Complete thread -- yes, thank you : )
Complete thread -- found it. Bethesda
Complete thread -- Bethesda? See link.
Complete thread -- (more) for consideration of Lynch syndrome.
Complete thread -- GI adenoma guidelines.....
Complete thread -- oh duh me: by cup. Thank you!
Complete thread -- A general surgeon would seldom be familiar with all meds. I would
Complete thread -- via cup? as opposed to via straw or bottle, etc.
Complete thread -- He's stumbling over "cup." s/l bicup. then spells c-u-p
Complete thread -- Flagging because he did it with another drug and he's new to me. ty
Complete thread -- Ever have a doc call Lyrica-- LIE rica? I can't think of any other med that it could
Complete thread -- Yes, in the world of medicolegal documents, it can be a complete sentence.
Complete thread -- vertiginous feeling.
Complete thread -- I got it. It was vertiginous feeling. Thanks anyway. nm
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- pentoxifylline?
Complete thread -- yes, that's it.
Complete thread -- s/l..ma-tox-a-pill-in...sm
Complete thread -- given to her *to peruse* ??
Complete thread -- s/l per ooz
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Again, not an English term paper, is it? While maybe not technically
Complete thread -- Okay, moving on now. Will flag.
Complete thread -- For #2, I think last part may be "drop rod." Again, still needing help if anyone is able!
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- bit tooo fast, but IS his routine sentence, find old report or slow wayyyy down,can get
Complete thread -- Oh, for #1, I think I now hear *alignment* for our tibial cut. Sounds better?
Complete thread -- Anyone familiar with knee replacement terms? I have 3 inside. I've googled
Complete thread -- So "I closed the door." is not a complete sentence, lol?
Complete thread -- sorry, meant s/l p.o.!!
Complete thread -- thank you both, it does sound like oral!
Complete thread -- p.o. (oral)?
Complete thread -- Could it be free?
Complete thread -- sm s/l Pew or Few (not diffuse)
Complete thread -- yes, there is shortening fraction (as well as ejection fraction) sm
Complete thread -- No, there is no verb. I'd add was.
Complete thread -- Is this a complete sentence?
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- This must be it. I can hear it now. Thank you.
Complete thread -- YW. Excellent context.
Complete thread -- mucinous
Complete thread -- could it be letters? Lobular carcinoma in situ (LCIS) ?
Complete thread -- Yep, finally found that: Stand Alone Lumbar Interbody Fusion...STALIF.
Complete thread -- it's an acronym
Complete thread -- s/l miz'-nus
Complete thread -- Agree it's fine to type as Stalif? I don't think it's an acronym from what I can see. ??
Complete thread -- Awesome! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Ah, just saw this! Yes, that sounds more like it. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Ah, just saw this...but if she means that, she's mauling it. Best to flag. She said
Complete thread -- STALIF C™?
Complete thread -- Darn, can't get Synthes at all from her dictation. Will flag and move on!
Complete thread -- Synthes Zero-P implant
Complete thread -- ...but with help of your link, I see now Synthes in there. May be that, but she
Complete thread -- Definitely zero-profile and I do find it referred to as such (lowercase) when
Complete thread -- shy bladder
Complete thread -- of lip?
Complete thread -- Operations: Melanoma *a-lip*, no recurrence.
Complete thread -- Zero-P?
Complete thread -- s/l "shibe lider" examination
Complete thread -- Now under implants, she says *stay-liss* zero profile cervical implant with 3 screws.
Complete thread -- Op procedure includes placement of *stay-la-cee* cervical implant. Please
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- secundum atrial?
Complete thread -- that was the first thing I thought of, but it just s/l something else. May have to flag.
Complete thread -- extension?
Complete thread -- SBE (subacute bacterial endocarditis)
Complete thread -- so she went backward? de: reverse the action of; undo....not sure you can
Complete thread -- foramen ovale and an additional *skuno matral* septal defect both with
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. You are always so helpful.
Complete thread -- He has eliminated some of his caffeine intake late at night which has improved the
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- yup, she swells up.
Complete thread -- There were no diastolic ____ murmurs, rubs, clicks or gallops.
Complete thread -- She does not require * S P* prophylaxis.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- M-mode?
Complete thread -- 2D *moe* Doppler
Complete thread -- I think so, and aspects
Complete thread -- More commas needed? Perhaps: dorsal, medial, and lateral aspect?
Complete thread -- ;0)
Complete thread -- i looked there but nothing fit your s/l, but you might find your answer there
Complete thread -- try onelook.com and do a wildcard search *cillin or m*cillin
Complete thread -- Allergies to penicillin and m____cillin (s/l mandocillin)????
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- oops - "the chart was reviewed, the patient was (gowned?), and the case was discussed..
Complete thread -- I&D of thigh, doc states under Anesthesia: s/l Tid-gee or Tidji (not a doc's name)
Complete thread -- The chart was reviewed, the patient was examined, and the case was discussed
Complete thread -- I hear "the chart was reviewed and the case was discussed."
Complete thread -- REASON FOR CONSULTATION: Murmur. _____ discussed with the parents and the nurse.
Complete thread -- thanks all, I will march along myself!
Complete thread -- I think so doctors get tired of saying the same words over and over
Complete thread -- I agree. One definition at onelook.com is to continue to happen, develop, or
Complete thread -- have heard "the colon was run" before so, wondered about marched. thanks!
Complete thread -- in a cute way, that makes sense to me. They followed the mesentry
Complete thread -- Yes, this sounds most like it. Thanks! Thanks as well to helpers below. : )
Complete thread -- crude touch?
Complete thread -- is it "foot"?
Complete thread -- WAG light? soft?
Complete thread -- total colectomy. s/l "marched" plse sm
Complete thread -- Motor strength 5/5 in all extremities. Sensation to fine and *food touch* intact.
Complete thread -- I never thought I would say this on this board, but this was actually TMI.
Complete thread -- There's also a K-pad
Complete thread -- Thanks much!!!
Complete thread -- Great suggestion! Thanks!
Complete thread -- You're exactly right in that sometimes those "easy" words are the hardest to hear. :-)
Complete thread -- Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP)?
Complete thread -- I bet it is K-Tab because colchicine reduces potassium in the body.
Complete thread -- was worth a try...sometimes it is :)
Complete thread -- nope....that'd be too easy LOL
Complete thread -- Patient with cirrhosis etc, am questioning SVT
Complete thread -- heating pad?
Complete thread -- I am going to have to flag it. Thanks all for your help.
Complete thread -- s/l kay pat or pad....patient with gout TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes, something is missing. Allergy should be there...hymenoptera allergy.
Complete thread -- I just figured if patient might be allergic to this type of insect. (sm)
Complete thread -- Yes, it for an allergy doc. But hymenoptera doesn't make sense to me. ???
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi!
Complete thread -- I think precipitation makes sense.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I see below that you already considered that.
Complete thread -- are you doing types of allergies or reactions? hymenoptera as in bees?
Complete thread -- hymenoptera? Seems like something's still missing though!
Complete thread -- No, but maybe I'm not getting it (quite possible!). He says *stria medullaris.* I do see
Complete thread -- I posted a WAV for a question below that I posted earlier. sm
Complete thread -- This is dictated by an ESL.
Complete thread -- i would leave it in.
Complete thread -- I sent a wave. Doesn't sound like what you said. please see wave.
Complete thread -- Got it. emergent medical problems.
Complete thread -- Striae = stretch marks- does that help?
Complete thread -- oncologist, patient with squamous cell carcinoma of the tonsil.
Complete thread -- You are right, he is specifically referring to respiratory depression from overdose
Complete thread -- Did you google your phrase?
Complete thread -- do you have context? Maybe it could help here. for ex-type of doctor, presenting symptom
Complete thread -- doctor seems to be saying cessation of breathing with overdose, as opposed to other
Complete thread -- Under extremity exam: Evidence of *stria medullaris on back.* Does this
Complete thread -- s/l subnephrotic range of proteinuria.
Complete thread -- several possible, check out link and see if anything matches what you hear.
Complete thread -- It also sounds like his girlfriend has bradycardia
Complete thread -- I'd take out with and add and before cessation.
Complete thread -- The patient has been advised to the ER of a local hospital or his PMD if he develops
Complete thread -- Thanks for the followup.
Complete thread -- vertigo, no "pesticheg" nystagmus
Complete thread -- ck sp as may be hemianopsia
Complete thread -- heminopsia
Complete thread -- heminopsia?
Complete thread -- that seems like it could be anything...hematuria?
Complete thread -- No problem. I got my answer anyway.
Complete thread -- Hmm, I think she is making up a word... deadvanced
Complete thread -- Yep, you are correct. I knew it was something simple. Thanks
Complete thread -- S/L hymenoptera. sm
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't confirm, should be written IIa (according to what I see on google)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks poi!!
Complete thread -- two closely adjacent enlarged .....right level 2A?
Complete thread -- What would you do for punctuation in this case?
Complete thread -- passive (didn't hear wav but seems to match s/l)
Complete thread -- Sorry we must have posted simultaneously.
Complete thread -- CT scan of the soft tissue of the neck with contrast was done on 03/29/2011 and this
Complete thread -- wave posted. sm
Complete thread -- can't you highlight it or flag it for the doctor to review? That is what
Complete thread -- ahh, could be, thanks!
Complete thread -- muscles?
Complete thread -- looking at form for ... looks like *M*= jerking movements ... not sure of "M"
Complete thread -- It doesn't sound possible to me either. I guess I will just transcribe as he said it.
Complete thread -- Been trying to say thanks for the last half hour. Thanks:)
Complete thread -- double *green* Rizzuti
Complete thread -- contents were
Complete thread -- fluoroed
Complete thread -- readvanced
Complete thread -- doc says fluroed.... How would you typed?
Complete thread -- no fragment seen in the ureter as we *devanced* the ureteroscope
Complete thread -- that sound like the patient moved his pacemaker leads from the left to the right..
Complete thread -- contents
Complete thread -- ahh, thanks
Complete thread -- s/l axillary count dense
Complete thread -- it's ischial
Complete thread -- help please
Complete thread -- right ischeal spine?
Complete thread -- At this point, the *radio sheild spon*
Complete thread -- I separated
Complete thread -- Are O'Donoghue and straight leg raise test the same. I cannot find description.
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- Acinar
Complete thread -- WAG a CNR pancreatic tumor?
Complete thread -- Pathology showed **ACNR** pancreatic tumor sm
Complete thread -- goodness, need some "getting" used to with this guy for sure and I do ESLs
Complete thread -- I hear (?) some karyotypes (genetic testing)sm
Complete thread -- think ok, just doctor" talk style" may be "as such, no bone exposed
Complete thread -- Degarelix
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- At the same time, the patient asked about the _________ which is anoth ...
Complete thread -- Also, make sure to give plenty of context, i.e. sentences completely
Complete thread -- I got it.. its NOPH, a specific facility, not a kind of facility which is what I was
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- s/l "OPH" Could also s/l "LPH".
Complete thread -- He starts to say nursing home and then changes to s/l
Complete thread -- oops... sorry bout that :D
Complete thread -- okay. I knew that! it's time for bed. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- HNP, herniated nucleus pulposus.
Complete thread -- (all in capitals) herniated disc, short for herniated nucleus pulposus
Complete thread -- patient has left leg pain and radiculopathy. doctor has ordered an MRI to rule out
Complete thread -- thanks! I ended up just leaving as-is and added a note for QA. : )
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't realize it was an mp3 (since you said wav)
Complete thread -- postprandial is after a meal and if the meal consisted of a protein shake...
Complete thread -- Spine surgeon.....Patient underwent a three-level s/l "retain".
Complete thread -- moving, thanks
Complete thread -- one more wav please, thanks!
Complete thread -- Is this redundant or no? see message please...
Complete thread -- : )
Complete thread -- every night VR gives me something to giggle at. BNP was for one to.
Complete thread -- thanks poi, appreciated much :)
Complete thread -- is wheelchair bound. (see message)
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- CBI, continuous bladder irrigation?
Complete thread -- n/m it IS chair rolls and Russian hamstrings!
Complete thread -- ortho note ~ s/l chair rolls AND s/l Russian or rushing hamstrings? see message and
Complete thread -- s/l seabay. this is a cystoscopy with balloon dilatation. He said:
Complete thread -- WAG-malnutrition?
Complete thread -- says again later. now s/l in addition
Complete thread -- s/l intermission and dehydration (make sense?)
Complete thread -- thank you, thank you, thank you! I first heard "adjusted" and could not get it out of my
Complete thread -- thanks for help
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- addressed?
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- sorry, doesn't make sense to me.
Complete thread -- nope. it's one or the other. There was no exposed bone. Or...No bone was exposed. Not
Complete thread -- thank you...I was hearing domes/dones...no clue...TY
Complete thread -- try different spellings--Doan's
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- s/l dones pills for back pain? She does take dones pills occasionally for her back.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- occipitofrontal?
Complete thread -- s/l atrial and ox-photo-phonic regions
Complete thread -- Tp has copd, depression, anxiety attack.
Complete thread -- 1st one-saying hydroxine? meaning hydroxyzine?
Complete thread -- I agree, "always document" OP has more (all) info than helpers have AND
Complete thread -- Levoxyl? what is PMH?
Complete thread -- need help with meds, mp3 posted
Complete thread -- heck, the link did not display, so here is article you can copy/paste into address bar
Complete thread -- yep, found it - char was picked away. link set on pg 16 left side sm
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- s/l sched-u-slan
Complete thread -- doc spelled: s/l e-d-a-d-x
Complete thread -- not capping...thanks
Complete thread -- Unloader brace-- I know it's capped, but doc says-- He will get one of the off-the
Complete thread -- with bimanual exam?
Complete thread -- Determination? or A determination?
Complete thread -- s/l intermidation
Complete thread -- but if you have a question of your own, post it as a new thread,
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- yes, it's needed there
Complete thread -- went on a 30-minute bike ride (hyphen or not?) tia
Complete thread -- It is a "why didn't I think of that" moment. Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- biters
Complete thread -- thanks! I am ashamed to admit that I never thought of puncture. He had just been listing
Complete thread -- cerumen?
Complete thread -- s/l "straight butters" were used to perform a partial medial meniscectomy
Complete thread -- correction *only* one wall was punctured, they didn't go through the vessel
Complete thread -- With the single-wall puncture technique, only the anterior wall of the ...
Complete thread -- ?maybe this will help some? sm
Complete thread -- one wall sticks? this is at the beginning of a cardiac catheterization
Complete thread -- oh, and verify any answer you are given :)
Complete thread -- I was checking more and found daughter scope
Complete thread -- duodenoscope?
Complete thread -- Thank you, everyone. It is good to know that once all resources have b ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- This lady has a very difficult mid common bile duct stone. Intrahepat ...
Complete thread -- read Rules in the upper right-hand corner of this board. nm
Complete thread -- Hydrophor?
Complete thread -- Post a message with your s/l and be sure and say thank you after they help.
Complete thread -- make sure you have done some research, google, archives (upper left box)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- New to board
Complete thread -- s/l "hydro 4" ointment to his burns.
Complete thread -- that's what i assumed too, but just in case, i flagged it. thanks though.
Complete thread -- New to board
Complete thread -- lots of hits for urethral coaptation, he must be creating a doc-ism from that.
Complete thread -- more...
Complete thread -- s/l "coaptivity"
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- reticent? (reluctant or restrained.)
Complete thread -- reticent (the correct word is reluctant).
Complete thread -- s/l reg i sent
Complete thread -- The whole site is great! You are welcome!
Complete thread -- Mirizzi syndrome
Complete thread -- Common bile duct 9 mm in diameter and stones were noted in the biliary ...
Complete thread -- just found it too respites :) thanks!
Complete thread -- just had this myself....respites
Complete thread -- NM migraineurs
Complete thread -- s/l rest-puts ??
Complete thread -- s/l migranors?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Ooh, I like this link! Very succinct and good examples! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks! Was just coming back to say I finally found that. Good to have confirmation. : )
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- "Enseal" (SurgRx Inc.)
Complete thread -- laid...see link for a great chart for lie/lay
Complete thread -- laid supine is correct. I searched archives (search box above) under
Complete thread -- Using the *end seal,* the right ovary was resected. ESL who sometimes
Complete thread -- Grammar confirmation, please
Complete thread -- You are terrific!
Complete thread -- Semb
Complete thread -- Aortic valve replacement
Complete thread -- Yikes! You must really like commas. I wouldn't put any in.
Complete thread -- I don't think I would use any commas at all in that.
Complete thread -- punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- was thinking along those lines also, but sometimes not the logical answer. thanks much
Complete thread -- doesn't laser inherently leave char?
Complete thread -- This is a stapedotomy and questioning "char"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- time course?
Complete thread -- s/l time force (does not s/l timeframe)
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- He said New Jersey
Complete thread -- subtly
Complete thread -- and facility? I tried 'physical medicine and rehabilitation physician org' on Google,
Complete thread -- is subtlely a word? see message
Complete thread -- what's the location? maybe more of a local/area thing?
Complete thread -- s/l "NASS.org" website was given to the patient to assist in helping find a
Complete thread -- I want to know too. Could you post what you find out?
Complete thread -- I googled "*and epley's maneuvers"
Complete thread -- I think this is it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did google but I googled semab instead of semob. :s
Complete thread -- google brings up Semont
Complete thread -- I hear: .....and to try to decide to reduce...
Complete thread -- s/l semob
Complete thread -- ?cytoreduce sm
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Got it thanks to you... Markham-Meyerding
Complete thread -- see MARKHAM-MEYERDING on google sm
Complete thread -- Thank you both
Complete thread -- Thanks for responding. Had to send with a flag, but will check my QA corrections as I am
Complete thread -- Meyerding?sm
Complete thread -- OP: Foraminotomy. D: A self-retaining s/l "mark and mira ding" retractor was then
Complete thread -- I googled asep prostate and it directed me to ASAP - atypical small acinar proliferation
Complete thread -- ASAP atypical small acinar proliferation - prostate cancer
Complete thread -- gentleman with a history of s/l "asep"
Complete thread -- ?Zyrtec-D
Complete thread -- I had the same problem, but I have one doctor that uses it all the time,
Complete thread -- What was wrong was I missing more than word. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Adprin B. Not sure if that is it but it was the only to come up in a fuzzy search
Complete thread -- in a pattern that they are all consistent
Complete thread -- That's what I went with. Thanks POI.
Complete thread -- fronding?
Complete thread -- I find frond-like but not fronding.......
Complete thread -- WAV file. He is clear. I just cannot get that one word to make sense in context.
Complete thread -- The doc I type for is a M.D., Ph.D. (or one could also be ..... D.O., Ph.D.
Complete thread -- Wart on the hand has got the s/l fraunding of the cells in the circumferential distr
Complete thread -- Cannot seem to find this medication for congestion. Please see inside
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. Normally I start a new sentence or use the
Complete thread -- I think the way you have it, minus the asterisks, of course, looks fine!
Complete thread -- ...muscle cramps involving both upper extremities, *however,* primarily the left.
Complete thread -- Thanks, it doesn't seem necessary.
Complete thread -- I would not.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Type doc's editorial comment? Pt with multiple allergies. He finishes list with
Complete thread -- John Jones, M.D., Ph.D. or John Jones, D.O., Ph.D.
Complete thread -- "push cord and"=first cousin?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Meant Web MD not Web DO (silly me!)
Complete thread -- If you go to Wed DO they are both listed for Good Shepherd Health Care (sm)
Complete thread -- Any one in the Hermiston, Oregon, area?
Complete thread -- I do medevaced, but I and D'd. What are the rules for this kind of thing anyway?
Complete thread -- Woops. That is what I meant.
Complete thread -- but you wouldn't put Dr. and MD or DO either X, MD,DO or Dr. X.
Complete thread -- doctor of osteopathic medicine and medical doctor
Complete thread -- would think comma between like MD, PHD
Complete thread -- doc's credentials. what is this-never seen it before.do I use both?
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- Adding ending ing or ed to an abbreviation, e.g. FOOSHed or FOOSH'd.
Complete thread -- clarifying-google "stellate ganglion block eye"
Complete thread -- try googling with just eye (see message)
Complete thread -- crush injury to hand
Complete thread -- perhaps they meant turgid-adj-swollen, distended, tumid
Complete thread -- I flagged. Thanks though:)
Complete thread -- it is really"you"now isn't it, lack of comprehension, it is YOU. leave her alone.
Complete thread -- her right (__) has no obvious drainage ?
Complete thread -- sclerotic?
Complete thread -- s/l a row tick vein
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input, but I'm not able to document that word or find in
Complete thread -- I am thinking tegrid
Complete thread -- Help. Sure s/l white count, but I know that makes no sense.
Complete thread -- Upper endoscopy. A *tiger-rid* appearance of portal hypertensive gastropathy.
Complete thread -- also per AAMT-BOS2 (page 252) abbreviation for milligrams percent
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- Bless your heart. Thank you so much. :)
Complete thread -- per AAMT-BOS2 (page 252) mg% (Do not add a space between mg and %)
Complete thread -- Does anyone know please?
Complete thread -- Lab question proper formatting, should this be 1500 mg/dL??
Complete thread -- yep, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Theravite? (multiple vitamin)
Complete thread -- He has a *push cord* and that is prepared to take him in.
Complete thread -- me s/l terovite
Complete thread -- fimbria (singular)
Complete thread -- tube and fimbriae??? (WAG-procedure would help)
Complete thread -- Think I will flag this one. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- What is the procedure?
Complete thread -- what type of surgery?
Complete thread -- second blank is umbilical trocar
Complete thread -- The complete ______ was noted to be intact. A 10-mm Endobag was placed in ______ tr
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Is she saying "doxycycline subcu"?
Complete thread -- Roxicodone, doxycycline, _____ , and Megace.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Flagging.
Complete thread -- s/l 6-French "bearhawk or bear hug" biopsy
Complete thread -- OMG darlene - DUH!!. That was NOT the question for god's sake!!!
Complete thread -- well, since your first sentence says "There ARE prominent osteophytes" seen on the
Complete thread -- _________plasty ??
Complete thread -- comorbidities are AFib, hep C, _____ , depression and anxiety, hypothyroid.
Complete thread -- yes, it's definitely is early osteophytes
Complete thread -- Were you able to determine what the first s/l was? (it would help for the second)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- immunoelectrophoresis
Complete thread -- word help please sm
Complete thread -- any idea on the word that s/l vertical?
Complete thread -- early osteophytes = ankylosing spondylitis -WAG since can't be no early
Complete thread -- early osteophytes could be right
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- C spine x-ray-2 blanks
Complete thread -- maybe has an implanted device, pacemaker, ICD? and needs to reprogram??
Complete thread -- never mind... he was meaning like a tic.
Complete thread -- like a tic=tic-like? (not really sure of the question)
Complete thread -- chronic belching..I think this is classified as a "like-a-tic" and/or chronic hiccups
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- now it's, it was the percent that I didn't get.. thanks
Complete thread -- nope, not odd at all. Just doctor talk for saying IS a snoring pt.
Complete thread -- pure guess s/l tussin may be suction drains placed sm
Complete thread -- might be? dicloxacillin is an antibiotic sm
Complete thread -- just saying 40 (burp) percent with apical akinesis.
Complete thread -- s/l "tussin" drains placed for splenic injury.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- yes, seeding. let's see.. it is like bacteria seeping or traveling to another site
Complete thread -- Thank you both!!
Complete thread -- Medication given for treatment of H. pylori. Sounds like daxillin.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC)
Complete thread -- What could DIC stand for in this case?
Complete thread -- found this, not sure. Bridge grant program, assistance with meds from drug companies link
Complete thread -- I think I would faint if I heard even one say it correctly:)
Complete thread -- Followup with *bridger*, XXX XXX for medication grant program.
Complete thread -- entered with good return of blood, and wire was passed (after this) was seen?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- LOL! I wouldn't bet against you on that one! :)
Complete thread -- Nevermind - found a reference to delta configuration
Complete thread -- tendinosis?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Good return of blood and wire was passed ___. Wire position was
Complete thread -- I think it's fine the way it is now, actually. Awkward (due to wording), but correct.
Complete thread -- care giver giver ... I spoke with Coco... who I will be following up with
Complete thread -- who is the conservator for this patient, and agreed at this time. I spoke with Coco, who
Complete thread -- The way you have it is fine
Complete thread -- (#2) i have spoken with
Complete thread -- s/l "delta" configuration
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks to you both. So would you put the 1st comma before the otherwise and the 2nd after
Complete thread -- I spoke with Dr. Negrete who is the _____ for this patient and I belie ...
Complete thread -- consistent more with an intrasubstance tear rather than just chronic s/l*-am-ni-nosis
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- LOL!! On this commercial, the narrator said what s/l gwa fuh seen
Complete thread -- buttock...singular
Complete thread -- buttock
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the phrase is: otherwise healthy male
Complete thread -- buttock or buttocks in this instance? sm please
Complete thread -- showed clear fluid _____ and the above findings were noted
Complete thread -- I would just separate otherwise with commas (, otherwise,)
Complete thread -- punctuation help please
Complete thread -- WAG 30-2/7 week?
Complete thread -- Preop diagnosis: ______ INTRAUTERINE PREGNANCY
Complete thread -- yes, as in stipulations
Complete thread -- word help please sm
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- I don't.
Complete thread -- On the accounts I do (which are many) we do not.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- do you cap History of Present Illness under ROS or not? See inside please
Complete thread -- Chlor-Trimeton
Complete thread -- drug that s/l klor try matt on
Complete thread -- THank you!
Complete thread -- modified Bloom-Richardson [MBR] grade 2
Complete thread -- Oops, s/l blue ridges
Complete thread -- differentiated with modified _____ ridges at grade II
Complete thread -- There is a health care group called MedEmerg (see link)???
Complete thread -- WAG luminescent? (why it would be shiny or lit up I have no idea)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- seeding?
Complete thread -- Today he has a white plaque on the nasal septum of the right nostril t ...
Complete thread -- Well, it drives ME crazy when my husband snores....
Complete thread -- patient had sore throat and went to a s/l Med-Emerg and got Amoxil.
Complete thread -- am I the only one who thinks this is odd? PSYCHIATRIC: Positive snoring.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- just remember it is part of the sentence that is being placed in parenthesis, so it goes
Complete thread -- before
Complete thread -- punctuation
Complete thread -- power! motor, power, and tone! bless you!!!
Complete thread -- or maybe power
Complete thread -- bulk
Complete thread -- control?
Complete thread -- I have a really tough ESL who slurs and kind of makes up words. I cannot figure out
Complete thread -- Got it!! It is 2 diagnoses. Crohn's flare. Anemia.
Complete thread -- It is something to do with Crohn's because in past medical history she just said sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- starts to say chronic, changes to something else?
Complete thread -- I hear Crohn's. but, then I hear "Crohn's clear." does that make sense?
Complete thread -- DISCHARGE DIAGNOSIS: _____ anemia.
Complete thread -- I would type zero, but you could get conflicting opinions on this one.
Complete thread -- 0
Complete thread -- yep, coworker says intermediate probability.
Complete thread -- probability
Complete thread -- Would U type this as (zero) or (0)? see message and thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- well, it has been over 20 minutes since you posted, so I am going to assume you have moved
Complete thread -- I know you are struggling the get this figured out and I wish I could help. But. I also
Complete thread -- duh forget this. I was thinking hemoglobin A1c.
Complete thread -- Does patient have uncontrolled diabetes. Maybe he is stumbling over saying sm
Complete thread -- how about: This probably happened at some time to bring the hemoglobin below 6.
Complete thread -- I'm really having trouble following the recording with the text.
Complete thread -- This probably _____ hemoglobin below 6.
Complete thread -- differentiated with modified *blue ridges*
Complete thread -- hmmm. I thought Janumet dosing was sort of a sliding scale and 50/500 was how it came and
Complete thread -- oops...then I'd assume it's 60, 5/500, and the 60 would most likely mean
Complete thread -- If you're hearing "65/500
Complete thread -- I would NOT assume 60 is the number, did he say 60, 65, or six five?
Complete thread -- 60 is the number, 5/500 mg 4 times daily
Complete thread -- 50/500 mg twice daily. Am I missing something?
Complete thread -- this guy is going so fast he tripped himself up and I don't know what to do about it.
Complete thread -- 900 of Neurontin, 300 t.i.d. (300 mg three times a day=900 mg)
Complete thread -- help. NOt sure what to type here.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- by direct secretagogue as opposed to an...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- XXXX only has sensitivity clinically to tomatoes which may be caused b ...
Complete thread -- as well as cor pulmonale
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She has both COPD and asthma, as well as __________ secondary to obstr ...
Complete thread -- whoops weigh in. not weight.
Complete thread -- primarily to weight in on whether or not she has ...
Complete thread -- weigh in.
Complete thread -- Thank you and thanks for catching the emeses. L
Complete thread -- xxxxx on her CBC and primarily to __________ whether or not she has hy ...
Complete thread -- I suggest emesis instead of emeses
Complete thread -- Nissen? (fundoplication for gastroesophageal reflux disease).
Complete thread -- No emesis occurred since Mr. X had his Nissen wrap
Complete thread -- Oh fudge, Never Mind. I see his contradiction. Pardon moi... He does say he does
Complete thread -- nope. He very clearly said there is no past history of alcohol. argh.
Complete thread -- Any suggestions?
Complete thread -- NASH just means it is fatty liver. I Googled NASH and alcohol, fascinating.
Complete thread -- Yesterday I used Benchmark, didn't find what I wanted, used archives here, forgot to use
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "known past history"? Or "noted past history"?
Complete thread -- I think ASR has a raunchy sense of humor. It's almost always about sex!
Complete thread -- ausea, this is controlled. No emeses occurs since Mr. xxx had a s/l mis in ramp.
Complete thread -- why is it that when VR makes mistakes they are often akin to sophomore humor?
Complete thread -- just saying.....a quick google search before posting can sometimes make all the
Complete thread -- would they be looking an EBL after cortisone injection?
Complete thread -- The patient is requesting cortisone injection today and we discussed a ...
Complete thread -- yes, I see the grammar/punctuation errors. fixing them now.
Complete thread -- he's playing a game with me, right? please sm
Complete thread -- oops, only found that on one site
Complete thread -- Never mind, sugarcane mixture
Complete thread -- s/l "epi sugar cane" was then injected into the anterior chamber.
Complete thread -- patient in with atrial fibrillation and rapid ventricular rate. Under PLAN, he said:
Complete thread -- arcus tendineus fascia of the pelvis (ATFP)
Complete thread -- never mind got it: ATFP
Complete thread -- later on says something like: ATF period the ischial spine
Complete thread -- s/l ay-tee-ef-vee
Complete thread -- Shoot, I just sent it, thanks though!
Complete thread -- Scorching?
Complete thread -- ?Gluconpro (oat beta-glucon) used for facial burns
Complete thread -- No, but thanks.
Complete thread -- contracture?
Complete thread -- I'm going to flag it, doesn't really seem to fit with verbose or remorse. thanks all!
Complete thread -- Presents left hand burn and s/l "scratchen."
Complete thread -- Will do s/l "lucon" care for his facial burn.
Complete thread -- if they are talking about remorse (?), it would really need to be in a different form..
Complete thread -- verbose?
Complete thread -- makes sense to me
Complete thread -- Remorse is an emotional expression of personal regret felt by a person ...
Complete thread -- rigid core strength?
Complete thread -- s/l remose (quite clear) plse sm - psych evaluation
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- would it be phlebolith
Complete thread -- doc is listing PMH see msg thank you
Complete thread -- And memory of those who don't bother responding back to helpers.
Complete thread -- there is recent memory (what I did today) and remote memory (what I did 5 years ago)
Complete thread -- s/l memory recent remote were intact ...
Complete thread -- Makes sense. Thank you
Complete thread -- habit. We have to use numbers even on ordinals like that.
Complete thread -- Sheesh, that's it! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- blockage on the right, patent on the left. Nasal septum midline.
Complete thread -- Thank you! Did you mean to edit third to 3rd toe?
Complete thread -- never mind, sent.
Complete thread -- yep! TY so much
Complete thread -- Sorry should have read "Advanced" ...
Complete thread -- Maybe SLAC. Scapholunate Advamced Collapse. ...
Complete thread -- Doc says ""patent on the left nasal septum midline" - does this make sense -sm
Complete thread -- Scaphoid Nonunion Advance Collapse (SNAC)?
Complete thread -- 3rd toe ... excising all slough.
Complete thread -- I would really have to slow the dictation down completely to hear that.
Complete thread -- She is developing an early type 1 or type 2 s/l snack pattern of osteoarthritis in
Complete thread -- It is either several something or cervical something areas, I think.
Complete thread -- At this point in time, I did debride the ulcer to the distal tip of th ...
Complete thread -- we milked the cyst out, s/l "watched" the cyst fluid
Complete thread -- I think he did, thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you! I will stop my search in BOS! lol
Complete thread -- i might hear "several ___ areas" Anyone else hear just several areas?
Complete thread -- several areas
Complete thread -- Our SUPER WalMart has a full-service salon. So Sure!
Complete thread -- Well, this is new for me! Thanks for your help and the link! : )
Complete thread -- You probably heard right. Some Walmarts have walk in clinics
Complete thread -- wav posted. pelvic examination reveals ____ areas where she was treted for condyloma
Complete thread -- ortho surgery word help - sm
Complete thread -- Never seen it addressed, not in 3rd edition. I'd say category would be simply arabic.
Complete thread -- That's why I wondered if she misspoke. In NY area. May be best for me to flag.
Complete thread -- New to cancer reports. I am looking at my BOS...I see how to type stage or grade..but
Complete thread -- Wow, now they really do have everything! lol...I never heard of that before, sorry!
Complete thread -- Was recently been seen at *Walmart* to have his nails clipped.
Complete thread -- Doc stumbles over first sentence of description
Complete thread -- thank you! going to flag the wedging part.
Complete thread -- no - patient is being seen for sleep apnea.
Complete thread -- Found it... "Jedmed U-tube"
Complete thread -- Continue application of the s/l paramyotic with a recheck in three months.
Complete thread -- he may have said "a small little stretch" (even though it is redundant)
Complete thread -- No, I meant the sentence before the s/l.
Complete thread -- I did. It is the 2 sentences at the bottom of the note. any suggestions?
Complete thread -- s/l "judd med u" tube
Complete thread -- Surgery for ear tube. D: Placement of s/l "jude med U
Complete thread -- hemorrhage which was concerning that she may have had a s/l "smallo stretch."
Complete thread -- alar cinch?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Well I was wondering if that was all it was. Just wanted to see if anyone else could hear
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing a word in there just hear "the tourniquet" ...but that's just me
Complete thread -- aliquot
Complete thread -- is there a certain diagnosis the patient has that might have to do w/tongue action?
Complete thread -- After satisfactory general anesthesia the right leg was prepped and draped in the
Complete thread -- So in other words, it does no good to say anything. They will obviously
Complete thread -- Turbid fluid and Gram stain and culture
Complete thread -- I see "toe out" retractor in asso w/maxillary surgery, but only 8 hits
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Nope and neither is "the." I heard from management and was told
Complete thread -- something cinch?
Complete thread -- I found tongue ridging in that context, but only 8 hits...check these
Complete thread -- Do they have some kind of written policy as to what things are"critical?"
Complete thread -- thank you both very much!
Complete thread -- please help me with this part of physical exam.
Complete thread -- My account specs say either one is acceptable.
Complete thread -- Would you put a comma or a blank or okay as doc dictates? Please
Complete thread -- I was told subcu, but what I am told is questionable at best
Complete thread -- verbatim acct - should this be subq or subcu? see inside and thanks for helping
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- was used to create an *alice synge*
Complete thread -- s/l tow out retractor
Complete thread -- Can you give the sentence before this one? It may help
Complete thread -- LOL!! Thanks for the laugh!! That is true, though:( I wish I could actually
Complete thread -- PLS help with pulmonary note. s/l efedeman study- patient has OSA.
Complete thread -- Sounds like they have WAY too much time on their hands. This JOB started
Complete thread -- Welp said something again about the same QA who this time marked me
Complete thread -- shallow-lying?
Complete thread -- C5 through to C7. *shadowing lying* retractor blades were then placed
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- bloating and gas?
Complete thread -- ...but not capitalized!
Complete thread -- Still problems with s/l "buvering"/gas. Trial of possible enzymes such as Beano.
Complete thread -- First thing that came to mind...Amitriptyline?
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- filling defects *cron 2* dilated collecting system
Complete thread -- At this point, the *rectum* was addressed first.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- if they were supposed to take 150 mg at a time, since there is no 150 mg pill........
Complete thread -- would you take topomax like this...sm
Complete thread -- it had been firmly stuck to the lung.... there were multiple rents in the lung which were
Complete thread -- firmly ______ in multiple regions. There are multiple ____, which
Complete thread -- Ethicon Echelon 60 Endopath Stapler and Cutter, 60mm, 34cm Shaft ...The Echelon 60 ENDOPAT
Complete thread -- bony
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Could you provide the sentence before and after if possible.
Complete thread -- Echelon
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- wide load *edge long* 60 stapler
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- They just do not care:(
Complete thread -- I echo below...AMEN!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks:) I need it!
Complete thread -- we lifted this anterior and cephalad and further retraction was provided by the
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- for dissection with _____ of the colon, ... cephalad for the ______ assistant grabbin
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- can't tell if doc is saying "chondral" or "conjoined" pls sm
Complete thread -- reciprocating saw, Stryker handpiece, apex of canine roots. Saw was then reversed
Complete thread -- canine roots, the saw was then reversed
Complete thread -- darn..... not much help... using a reciprocating saw and restrictor hand-piece...
Complete thread -- saw and a Stryker handpiece (sorry)
Complete thread -- reciprocating saw Stryker handpiece
Complete thread -- help please, wav posted
Complete thread -- wild guess Kugel
Complete thread -- s/l fugio/figio mesh
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Ty. Now would it be "ends" of anterior chamber? make sense?
Complete thread -- Billybob-If you're around, check your e-mail. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Cardene
Complete thread -- half-plus?
Complete thread -- placed on IV *Cardin* with a fair response.
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- Anterior segment exam revealed s/l half-plass pigment cells in both s/l end of his
Complete thread -- yep, thanks!
Complete thread -- ugh, got it, never would've thunk!
Complete thread -- bird-fancier's lung?
Complete thread -- 1. Exacerbation of COPD versus GERD *fanciers lung*.
Complete thread -- I have tons that use GETA (general endotracheal anesthesia)...but never had an 'N' stuck i
Complete thread -- general endotracheal anesthesia?
Complete thread -- word help please sm
Complete thread -- AMEN. We have a neuro resident who is now dictating his endovascular
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Micromanagement + browbeat tactics.
Complete thread -- Agree psychotropic medication per Psychiatry.
Complete thread -- And then you have ISR/VR going it's thing and there you have it. Pitiful..
Complete thread -- Thank you both. I can't find a standard way to transcribe
Complete thread -- psychotropic medication??
Complete thread -- PLAN: 1) _____ as per psychiatry, 2) Will follow p.r.n.
Complete thread -- Oh believe me I did. I had just gotten a call the other day from the manager
Complete thread -- that makes sense to me :) -good one
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- is the doctor quoting someone else? If so, I think the end quote should be after sounds.
Complete thread -- not idea if fits, but DL stands for direct laryngoscopy, maybe attempted prior s.m.
Complete thread -- Sorry, not me. I guessed intubating, because of the next sentence stating
Complete thread -- I'd put it as he "Says" it. and in quotes. or flag it and if asked, tell them the
Complete thread -- CRITICAL????? OMG. sigh... I'd challenge that until my fingers fell off.
Complete thread -- No, unless she has a serious problem pronouncing it. Any other ideas?
Complete thread -- thank you - I left it as dictated.
Complete thread -- Thanks again poi.
Complete thread -- Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- AC greater than BC? (air conduction greater than bone conduction?)
Complete thread -- I would leave it alone, but I try to type verbatim or flag.
Complete thread -- Visual acuity not tested. TMs are intact with a _____ and _____ bilaterally.
Complete thread -- chromophobe renal cell carcinoma
Complete thread -- Patient is a 6yo boy who is receiving speech therapy. The
Complete thread -- The patient was diagnosed with s/l "cromofobe" renal cell cancer. nm
Complete thread -- intubating?
Complete thread -- Okay so seriously? I get marked off as critical feedback for missing the word
Complete thread -- Doctor says (or at least this is what I think he is saying),
Complete thread -- There was some difficulty in *s/l DLing* the patient. What does this mean?
Complete thread -- Demerol...
Complete thread -- fenestrated.
Complete thread -- He has been undergoing dysphagia therapy and is currently doing well a ...
Complete thread -- Yes, it was...not used to his accent...Thank you! :)
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- Per previous report its "cherubism"
Complete thread -- , it was a full assessment,
Complete thread -- Try Googling liver palm and spider angiomas and read a bit there.
Complete thread -- Status post reconstruction of a left nasal defect with
Complete thread -- The patient was seen for his history and physical and at that time, _____ assessment
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- The patient was seen by plastic surgery. She has a dx of s/l "karoism." She has
Complete thread -- I find that too. Hate when they're so clear. Thank you Darlene.
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- looks like a question to me. A question to the posted answer.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is what I had. Never would have thought I was right.
Complete thread -- Could not find either, did find --hyperplastic polyps are found frequently at colonoscopy
Complete thread -- FEV1% of 50%
Complete thread -- ???? Is this an answer????
Complete thread -- No significant spider angiomas or livor palmaris. (??)
Complete thread -- what is SVN? ... SVN, small volume nebulizer.???
Complete thread -- Colonoscopy shows possible s/l hyperplanted polyps. Very clear but I can't document.
Complete thread -- Thanks. He is pretty clear for the most part albeit a mumbler. LOL
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks
Complete thread -- SVN
Complete thread -- According to the patient he was at home, developed shortness of breath which sm
Complete thread -- got it, teriflunomide
Complete thread -- i found that one hit but just 1 hit so wasn't sure
Complete thread -- nevermind, that wouldn't fit here. sorry
Complete thread -- This is all I could find "quickly looking" teraflutamide sm
Complete thread -- pterotetramide ?
Complete thread -- is the patient on a ventilator by chance? A guessss T PEEP sm & link
Complete thread -- paronychia?
Complete thread -- We are going to continue patient in the s/l teraflutamide trial and he signed a
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- help with term - s/l TPEEF
Complete thread -- From AAMT BOS2
Complete thread -- neomycin.
Complete thread -- cellulitic?
Complete thread -- help please, wav posted
Complete thread -- Thanks so much to both of you!
Complete thread -- s/l "say-lytic" wound changes...
Complete thread -- was just gonna say mane....see link
Complete thread -- That is why I always ask for a s/l when a wav is posted, but I get blasted so forget it
Complete thread -- mane (omni mane, each morning)?
Complete thread -- ESL. D: Previous surgies include s/l "weckacme" and bilateral toe nail removal.
Complete thread -- haemophilus, moraxella and mycoplasma: capitalize?
Complete thread -- Wav file help please............ sm
Complete thread -- venous outflow ?
Complete thread -- what I hear too.. thanks
Complete thread -- pls see msg - Vascular - re: varicose veins
Complete thread -- s/l "For this test, he continued on....
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- i actually hear dependent advantage as well and went with it - sorry late reply
Complete thread -- I can't hear wavs, but just trying to find a s/l that kind of fits context.
Complete thread -- OK, here's another opinion. How about "appendage"?
Complete thread -- Mandi-- LOL-- ok, what did we come up with? OP?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I hear dependent advantage as well.
Complete thread -- now, I'm more confused :D but thanks to you both. another opinion would be very welcome
Complete thread -- ROFL.....now for sure she might need another opinion.
Complete thread -- Well, now I'm reconsidering since Tami heard advantage. I was just
Complete thread -- Oh, I didn't see the bottom portion of her message. Hmmm, I guess advantage might not be
Complete thread -- could it be vantage? At first I thought advantage, but then it sounds like it was "um".
Complete thread -- After re-reading, that does make sense. Can you listen for it?
Complete thread -- I hear dependent advantage? Wait for others as well...
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks Mandi..
Complete thread -- A significant pannus (a hanging belly).
Complete thread -- No hepatosplenomegaly. She does have significant ___. Lower Extremities...+WAV
Complete thread -- I agree with "are"several areas...
Complete thread -- IS VRS ARE - Pls help. thanks!!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- agree with billybob
Complete thread -- normal(ly) contracted left ventricle.
Complete thread -- coworker got it: Neck.
Complete thread -- LEFT VENTRICULOGRAM: Performed 30 degrees RAO using 39 mL of contrast revealed sm
Complete thread -- he must be a speedy talker that runs things together...used to have one of those!!
Complete thread -- oh, wait! He is saying HEENT, AIRWAY, _____, HEART, LUNGS within normal limits.
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- I just need the first blank. I got the second one. Measure left ventricle pressure.
Complete thread -- I did that at 48, three broken bones, three surgeries and a total knee later....I hire
Complete thread -- Sorry forgot to say WAV posted on this.
Complete thread -- Left heart catheterization and left ventriculogram from the right femoral artery. sn
Complete thread -- 83-year-old woman falls off ladder while cleaning out her gutters! go, granny, go!
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Check Linvatec.
Complete thread -- thank you so much for your help
Complete thread -- Guyon's canal?
Complete thread -- s/l "Limitek" heat wand
Complete thread -- forward angle
Complete thread -- got it! Forward angle curet.
Complete thread -- I posted a wav
Complete thread -- dentify the contents of the s/l "t-ams" canal..SM
Complete thread -- anybody ever heard of a "Ford angular curet"?
Complete thread -- Oops, thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- amniotic fluid index (AFI)
Complete thread -- Term IUP with size less than dates. most recent ultrasound showing 19th percentile
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'd flag it then.
Complete thread -- heavy menstrual periods. some degree of s/l adenomyalgias. Can't hear adenomalacia
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- There is a probiotic called "Align"
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- yep, they use that a lot in that usage
Complete thread -- Medication sounds like: ah-line
Complete thread -- s/l surveillance MRA
Complete thread -- Infirm it is. thanks so much
Complete thread -- Thanks for posting that! I do like to go by BOS. And I stand corrected. : )
Complete thread -- Put "infirm" into OneLook and discover whether it's a verb or an adjective.
Complete thread -- infirm... no -ed or even -ing form per dictionary
Complete thread -- BoS, 3rd Ed. page 448. Roman numerals.
Complete thread -- s/l infirmed elderly female. sm
Complete thread -- I type with Arabic numerals and Google hits seem to support (?).
Complete thread -- mupirocin, mupirocin calcium (Bactroban, Bactroban Nasal, Centany) a topical and nasal med
Complete thread -- sl muciprosone
Complete thread -- great
Complete thread -- Mallampati scale or classification and should be Roman numerals
Complete thread -- that's all it comes in though or mcg.... and that seems low at 50
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Vitamin D 50 "TU"
Complete thread -- "Showing results for dabigatran. Search instead for dabbygatran"
Complete thread -- MINA - Garlic is the Natural AntibioticGarlic contains almost 80 sulphur compounds. Organi
Complete thread -- Ugh, called. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Call the office and that's what the nurse said so I left a note attached. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'd read that more closely if I were you. Mina is not the name of any company.
Complete thread -- VR is so entertaining. medication list; Spironolactone 25 mg daily became
Complete thread -- Mina is the name of the company, it's just garlic.
Complete thread -- good one
Complete thread -- Thank you all.
Complete thread -- I'll share I found it too: I searched archives for gatran
Complete thread -- before and after needed for me
Complete thread -- may be Gabapentin but I would not guess on it. sm
Complete thread -- may be Gabapentin but I would not guess on it. sm
Complete thread -- may be Gabapentin but I would not guess on it. sm
Complete thread -- I started just typing d-a-b... and Google had it... anticoagulant from the class of the di
Complete thread -- High cholesterol. Med: s/l Mina
Complete thread -- dabigatran
Complete thread -- His s/l "dabby gatran" was held
Complete thread -- may be Fast eye movements (FEM) )
Complete thread -- VEMP test
Complete thread -- His s/l fem-tests were pretty normal.
Complete thread -- I am going to use loratadine and flag it. Thanks
Complete thread -- He is definitely saying Karadadine or caradadine. I come up with loratadine too?
Complete thread -- ok, thank you.
Complete thread -- if you held something in your hands, say above your head, the
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- I understand but my research showed that was a simulator.
Complete thread -- ?sm
Complete thread -- That's because that is what that IS. And I then kindly hinted for more context, which non
Complete thread -- S/L caradadine sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- you wrote Stimulator
Complete thread -- spleen tip?
Complete thread -- I did not appreciate a s/l "splinkt fell" on exam.
Complete thread -- That's WHY I asked for more context, but ...
Complete thread -- thank you, I had to flag it.
Complete thread -- that's a simulator, and I doubt that in ounces
Complete thread -- found a PediaSIM - Pediatric Patient Stimulator, so w/o any other info, I have no idea.
Complete thread -- patient takes s/l Pedia-Sim with fiber 24 ounces daily (not PediaSure)
Complete thread -- Then, I'd say that is what they meant, that facility designation for an MS3 but they use
Complete thread -- HCV
Complete thread -- s/l HCB status
Complete thread -- Thank you. Its pretty clear "CC-3".
Complete thread -- Never heard of it, nor used it, but I finally found... s/m
Complete thread -- Doc is listing assistants for OP. and says "smith s/l CC3"
Complete thread -- I would start a new sentence as different test result. Three-point pinch
Complete thread -- I do now. Thanks
Complete thread -- yes, S/P
Complete thread -- status post
Complete thread -- Just hit me. Could me mean status post?
Complete thread -- Need to expand under diagnosis. Anyone know this acronym?
Complete thread -- it's not by itself. it is the coagulopathy manifesting as initial DIC. :D
Complete thread -- My thought was that by itself it did not make sense, like elevated or decreased. He is
Complete thread -- sure it does
Complete thread -- 3 -- numeral -- correct per AAMT BOS. See below -
Complete thread -- sunken - got it.
Complete thread -- Sounds like sulking, soaking?
Complete thread -- I was thinking DIC but that makes no sense.
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- People tend to find things for themselves when nobody gives them the answer. Amazing. :)
Complete thread -- aztreonam
Complete thread -- Suspected aspiration pneumonia (please sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- thank you so very much
Complete thread -- hilar
Complete thread -- there is also calcification of the s/l hilo lymph nodes? not able to find hilo lymph
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Are U sure??? LOL
Complete thread -- sure did look. Terumo (company) puts out "Glidewires" as opposed to term guidewire
Complete thread -- yessss
Complete thread -- no bony destructive process.
Complete thread -- I found in archives.
Complete thread -- OMG you are so right, what the heck was I thinking!
Complete thread -- homocysteine in blood? or is it homocystine? urine?
Complete thread -- I think it's "decortication;" not sure decortification is a word.
Complete thread -- something and new paragraph. Sorry
Complete thread -- Go Speed Racer!! Holy cow.....
Complete thread -- There is no bony destruction ______
Complete thread -- Gee I dunno...because it is REDUNDANT!!! DUH
Complete thread -- if dictated, I "would not" take out "significant for suspected"
Complete thread -- I took out the second 'for'
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- why would you do that? I wouldn't.
Complete thread -- I sure did look, maybe try google.com + exact procedure name, then add a product sm
Complete thread -- nidus (also isn't it decortification?)
Complete thread -- No formal debridement through full-thickness dermis was undertaken today given the ab
Complete thread -- TY. Definitely s/l it. I'll put that and flag just to be sure. nm
Complete thread -- yep, I believe that's it. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thalamic stroke is the first thing that comes to mind for me.
Complete thread -- significant for suspicion of
Complete thread -- Diaphragmatic? Also take out either significant or suspected at top
Complete thread -- Check BOS
Complete thread -- It reads OK to me too.
Complete thread -- Thanks for backing me:)
Complete thread -- name of stroke word help - sm
Complete thread -- nooooo.
Complete thread -- I think it is ok. Thanks.
Complete thread -- He is ESL and does not pause. There are 2 instances where I am unsure if this starts
Complete thread -- I left my plug in while I recorded it. Sorry, but I got it anyway. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- :o}
Complete thread -- Oh my! so glad I asked. Thanks
Complete thread -- and also deep respiration
Complete thread -- MP3 file. Is he saying perspiration?
Complete thread -- ok great, thank you!
Complete thread -- of course it is p.o. intake. decreased p.o. intake. very very very common
Complete thread -- sm with Russian doc
Complete thread -- I don't hear a thing!! Did the wav not post?
Complete thread -- yessss
Complete thread -- Please see Wave sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Passy-Muir valve
Complete thread -- Patient with GSW to the chest, had tracheostomy sm
Complete thread -- Going with having. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- from being tattooed? needles?
Complete thread -- jailhouse tattoo? getting a tattoo? from a dirty tattoo?
Complete thread -- WAG having?
Complete thread -- Ahhh, yes. I knew it was something simple. Thank you SOOOOOO much!!!
Complete thread -- Patient states got hep. C from *hearing* tattoo. Not saying
Complete thread -- ? Bellucci
Complete thread -- oh boy, thanks so much
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- 3-point.
Complete thread -- I don't know if you tried this or not (and I didn't look for your s/l)
Complete thread -- How do I make it so my favorites stay on the left side - not just clicking the star
Complete thread -- There is a wav posted -
Complete thread -- rectal swab showed VRE positive
Complete thread -- nooooooo
Complete thread -- 3-point
Complete thread -- NEED A S/L!!!
Complete thread -- Sigh. I give up
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- So, ____ was consulted at this point, also ____ VRE positive
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no, three point
Complete thread -- active.
Complete thread -- Oh no! I appreciate your help a lot!!! Thanks!!!!
Complete thread -- Medication sounds like: zo-thal-a-sin-mess-on-ate
Complete thread -- help please sm
Complete thread -- There is a voice file attached.
Complete thread -- it was the appendix which has *bumen* in it
Complete thread -- Sorry I am no help.
Complete thread -- I wish, but none of those sound like what he is saying.
Complete thread -- Image-guided or CT-guided or ultrasound-guided
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- Need a s/l. Usually hear normal or normoactive
Complete thread -- Try drugs.com phonetic search
Complete thread -- Patient with peripheral vascular disease had an "glad in" guided radio frequency
Complete thread -- Abdomen is soft. Bowel sounds _____. No masses or organomegaly
Complete thread -- sure, but not very helpful.
Complete thread -- Need the sentence around the questioned med.
Complete thread -- Help with medication - s/l "KARSELA"
Complete thread -- ENT - s/l bouchie scissors sm
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- Tp is a retired *president/CEO of XX Company. Upper case *P*?
Complete thread -- Drawing a blank on this word. S/L "as-a-sue-dic" symptoms (see msg)
Complete thread -- thanks as always bb
Complete thread -- filiforms and followers
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1 - All 2- Bovie unit or tied
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- first blank = "All." I cannot get blank # 2. Seems as though it is a simple concept/word
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- (sry, I "wrong-fingered") "...by (Dr Hornswath??? doc's last name??)
Complete thread -- (a name of a doc? "seen...last March by (
Complete thread -- NSR rate varies with the respiratory cycle. "NSR" is most commonly said. "NS arrhythmia"
Complete thread -- (a common "L-" word for (motor-) bikers could be "leathers.")
Complete thread -- "descending part"? (instead of "descending port"??)
Complete thread -- a "stiff" Glidewire would be odd, I think. "was left into the int jug" sounds odd, too.
Complete thread -- (thank you! New to me!! vigorous thrombopoiesis suggests platelet consumption somewhere.
Complete thread -- maybe period after "plane" and start new sentence with "Using..." (no idea re "Gerald's")
Complete thread -- To gain length, it was decided to remove the s/l "aubin tree way" in regard to the Sh
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- PROWLER® Plus.
Complete thread -- the s/l "traler plus" over Transcend EX wire was brought into the anterior aspect of
Complete thread -- A s/l "stif-ixin" Glidewire
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I couldn't get the next one but you did!
Complete thread -- The patient remained afebrile at the time of discharge, her wounds intact with
Complete thread -- the wound was intact.
Complete thread -- Emily beat me to it. :) I concur.
Complete thread -- with an intrauterine pregnancy at 39 weeks
Complete thread -- At the time of discharge, the wounds _____ with no erythema or indurat ...
Complete thread -- HOSPITAL COURSE: The patient was admitted in ________at 39 week in la ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- portend
Complete thread -- portend.
Complete thread -- thyroid lobectomy
Complete thread -- Neurology consult sm
Complete thread -- Way to go. :D
Complete thread -- see link.
Complete thread -- Uncle. I give up. I typed "verruca vulgaris" in the
Complete thread -- testing
Complete thread -- testing
Complete thread -- listen for 1:100,000 though.
Complete thread -- UP at the TOP, WORD BOARD -Search. is the OLD archives. You put your
Complete thread -- Gettin' dumber by the minute now. Typed "Archives" in the
Complete thread -- my bad...found in archives hirsute.
Complete thread -- procedure is pilonidal cyst excision.
Complete thread -- no - see message above. Type in the SEARCH box, top left. It does not say Archives
Complete thread -- I see "Archives by date" above. Clicked it. Went to "Word
Complete thread -- and read all of the responses. Latin noun-adjective combo and this one is nominative.. ve
Complete thread -- search "archives" use box at the very top left of this page under "word board"."Archives"
Complete thread -- my bad, see link.
Complete thread -- Page 181, 3rd Edition.
Complete thread -- AAMT BoS, under plurals, Latin miscellaneous. Plural forms of Latin terms of a noun-adj
Complete thread -- Clicked link. Still lost. And what if I didn't have the link?
Complete thread -- see link, seventh item down.
Complete thread -- Lisa from below - How did you possibly find the plural
Complete thread -- I would say this is fine. He has good phonation regardless of the
Complete thread -- The patient has a slight right lower facial droop, good *phonation*.
Complete thread -- oops, typ0.. pananol should be Patanol (eye drops)
Complete thread -- s/l politin might? be Pananol or can google.com eye drops sm
Complete thread -- infant with eye discharge - given "politin" eye drops?
Complete thread -- may be aorta
Complete thread -- ? atelectasis
Complete thread -- I am starting my last hour and am exhausted. anybody want to do a power hour.
Complete thread -- I myself am concerned about an MT who would take the word of
Complete thread -- ?portion
Complete thread -- it is to your benefit to do at least a quick search before asking a question in here as
Complete thread -- TEE....descending port/parts?
Complete thread -- Well, It's kinda a given that you at least try to find something FIRST... LOL
Complete thread -- no, actually I didnt, but thanks for being concerned about it. ??
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- yes, drawer sign is correct
Complete thread -- Wow. I can see you did some checking.
Complete thread -- S/L "drawer sign"
Complete thread -- s/l al-doe-mets
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- nevermind....i forgot to check the archives and i found it. sorry
Complete thread -- not sure about plural of verruca vulgaris
Complete thread -- there is also Brethaire
Complete thread -- Brethine
Complete thread -- s/l wheezing or breathing (Brethine fit?)
Complete thread -- thanks it's actually Diovan 320 mg
Complete thread -- Diovan HCT or plain Diovan s/m
Complete thread -- per QA it was giant omphalocele
Complete thread -- s/l diovan T or bio-van-tee 20 mg
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down, thanks for returning to share
Complete thread -- Oh, that I can. Thanks so much!! : )
Complete thread -- Can you hear VBG? venous blood gas?
Complete thread -- A *VVG* was obtained, and pt also placed on BiPAP. Please
Complete thread -- panoply
Complete thread -- Is the patient NPO? If so, they sometimes allowed sips or sips and chips (sips of water
Complete thread -- Ah, one last google with different word thrown in for context and bingo!
Complete thread -- NM, need to send note in now.
Complete thread -- White count 4800, hematocrit 45.5, *IPF* 22.9 (elevated), platelet count 100.
Complete thread -- plz help
Complete thread -- possibly pigtail being said really quickly?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Wait! I do think it is burst after listening several more times and fits context. : )
Complete thread -- This is closest to my s/l. Thanks! Also thanks to helper below for suggestion. : )
Complete thread -- ? ridge
Complete thread -- possibly burst fx?
Complete thread -- CT had shown *rich* fracture of the thoracic spine. Please
Complete thread -- Thanks, I ended up flagging because I just wasn't sure. : )
Complete thread -- Pyeloplasty. We passed a s/l petit drain up the right flank? Thank you.
Complete thread -- MSW? Not like your s/l though - just tossing it out there.
Complete thread -- gastroesophageal?
Complete thread -- Thanks for that! I'll check it out further.
Complete thread -- on googling MSA + job title, got this, not sure if this is IT though
Complete thread -- not sure, may be slurring tumorous for tumor necrosis SM&link
Complete thread -- It's in the BoS under "EXPONENTIAL EXPRESSIONS" both 2 and 3... Our account
Complete thread -- She works as *an MSA* here at the hospital. This is under social
Complete thread -- hmm, not positive unless can post a wav file, but my guess is "knee" sm& link
Complete thread -- may be NIC is NEC? necrotizing enterocolitis click link, see phrases
Complete thread -- NM. After listening a few more times I do believe he is saying Januvia
Complete thread -- From med list s/l *Danuvia* 10 mg. S/l Januvia but with a D.
Complete thread -- I bet that is it. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- you can't do a 2?
Complete thread -- Is Shiley in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- S/l H eye lee trache
Complete thread -- s/b symbols. My fingers have a mind of their own.
Complete thread -- You usually hear L.A. grade xx I would check wording of sentence
Complete thread -- It depends on account. I can't do symptoms so have to do cm squared.
Complete thread -- In the distal esophagus, there were linear streaks *at the las angeles*, grade A
Complete thread -- Thanks....I was leaning towards that.
Complete thread -- Forgot to mention I can't find this in my BOS2 - but verbatim acct regardless of BOS
Complete thread -- My account requests cm2...
Complete thread -- cm2 or cm squared. Which is the correct? Verbatim acct. TIA!!
Complete thread -- jejunoesophageal reflux ?
Complete thread -- Usually it is normal sinus rhythm. If clear, I would flag
Complete thread -- have to move on
Complete thread -- actually has more of a "j" sound in beginning; s/l jyna-val-seal
Complete thread -- s/l gyna-val-seal
Complete thread -- I really don't know from what is provided so far, but my WAG is
Complete thread -- s/l nic fage
Complete thread -- I would put a period after difficulty. It became.
Complete thread -- ? quarter inch
Complete thread -- Not sure if you are asking a ? or not.
Complete thread -- You didn't provide enough context to tell.
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- ortho
Complete thread -- SIPS?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l lytis
Complete thread -- fragile X (syndrome)?
Complete thread -- another way of saying squeeze out
Complete thread -- milk out...?
Complete thread -- milk out...?
Complete thread -- s/l parietal x
Complete thread -- still sounded more like tumerous colitis
Complete thread -- tuberculous colitis?
Complete thread -- She was hospitalized in June 2009 for an episode of *tumorous*? coliti ...
Complete thread -- Hmmm, guess that would be any English dictionary, not American
Complete thread -- sand...verb...to rub with sandpaper. found in any American dictionary
Complete thread -- lesion....
Complete thread -- okay. ignore me. don't know why I didn't google it first. sigh. adventitia it is.
Complete thread -- Ureteroscopy...
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- not transgress the fascia as the lumen does.
Complete thread -- Dang I know what he meant but I can't say it. He meant that it would be deep enough. I
Complete thread -- to make sure it would s/l "tragress the fascia and the lumen does."
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- funny that you say that. Portland, OR is the only town I always get hopelessly lost in.
Complete thread -- I found a Union street in Portland...sigh...this must be it.
Complete thread -- Maybe it IS a street. I will check. I am new to OR and totally lost around this state!
Complete thread -- Ugh, back to the drawing board-- this is 4 hours from the clinic...!
Complete thread -- Wow - I thought I was making a WAG. It's a TINY town.
Complete thread -- Or is it a town? There's a Union Oregon if I remember correctly.
Complete thread -- Major tired...where is the delete button? Blush...it's Union, OR :)
Complete thread -- Could it be tissue graft? I'm finding that a lot with the eye surgeries.
Complete thread -- Social history-- works as a dental assistant for a dentist __ union.
Complete thread -- I tried but no luck. The second part is I think him correcting himself.
Complete thread -- hor swaths
Complete thread -- 1% lidocaine 1:1000 epinephrine - is that the correct way to type it? (nm)
Complete thread -- Hyperlipidemia: Treated with statins. Recurrent ___________: ...
Complete thread -- s/l visigraft
Complete thread -- pry. pried (prd) KEY , pry·ing, pries (prz) KEY
Complete thread -- pry is present tense, pried is past tense, pried free,
Complete thread -- s/l pride free
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Intima?
Complete thread -- s/l en-tuh-muh
Complete thread -- Thank you. Pt has history of cataract surgery. nm
Complete thread -- travoprost??? Do you have any clue what it is FOR?
Complete thread -- Eye drop s/l *tanapros*...can't find, any clue?
Complete thread -- I will listen again. Thanks everyone! ...
Complete thread -- Per account, but thanks!
Complete thread -- Necon® 1/35
Complete thread -- Why are you using cap X for times there? Cap X = magnification and the x for times
Complete thread -- Necon is an oral contraceptive - maybe?
Complete thread -- In for MS
Complete thread -- Thanks so much both of you for your help!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!! That must be it, though I still hear *cro* to start. (Bad doctor)
Complete thread -- I'll give it a try...
Complete thread -- protamine is always given to reverse heparin.
Complete thread -- My suggestion s/m
Complete thread -- Angiogram of left lower extremity. Gave heparin and at end gave *cro-dah-meen.*
Complete thread -- Pulmonary consult - Run on sentence - any ideas?
Complete thread -- check out LiquiBand
Complete thread -- That is so good to hear! I think the thing I am most concerned about is the limit of
Complete thread -- Exactly!! You would think...ah well I will shut up now. lol
Complete thread -- I appreciate that, but I think my system is not compatible with theirs.
Complete thread -- That sounds scarily similar to what happens to me quite a bit. I am glad
Complete thread -- Another way is sefazil. I came up with that too. Nothing else comes close. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I do NOT understand them putting limits on blanks when they know good and D*&*(( well that
Complete thread -- Cefzil (cefprozil) ?
Complete thread -- Transcend is wonderful to work for...very encouraging. I can give you
Complete thread -- Totally clueless. That's pathetic and totally compromising patient care. Geeze.
Complete thread -- Allergic to s/l seth-a-zil... Does it ring a bell?
Complete thread -- "Liquid band" was applied to the incision. (Breast mass excision)
Complete thread -- You think that's bad, you should see inside this message, lol.
Complete thread -- I will try there, too. I, too, thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks! I will keep Nuance in mind as I try to ride out this transition.
Complete thread -- Amen to that:)
Complete thread -- well, I sure hope their VR is good. Transcend is the company that bought DTS. So far, I
Complete thread -- Isn't it though? Very crazy. I think we need an MT support group board! lol
Complete thread -- Just reiterating vital information, lol. I've noticed that way too
Complete thread -- Our VR, for the most part, is wonderful! They are always acquiring ne ...
Complete thread -- That's crazy. I've not had that where I work, but our QA does make some decisions I
Complete thread -- I hear Transcend is good too. and their VR is getting rave reviews. Maybe.
Complete thread -- Have you tried Nuance Transcription Services? From what I hear they a ...
Complete thread -- I hear this is happening pretty much everywhere. Here's hoping we get a break!
Complete thread -- Benzoin and then a single s/l*cool-wrench*steri were placed on the incision.
Complete thread -- And the QA is guessing. They are blaming me for that person's guesses:(
Complete thread -- Very sad. I am wondering if we work for the same place. Sadly,
Complete thread -- The number of" is singular; BUT " A number of " is plural. Same with the word total.
Complete thread -- I had the same. We are told NOT to put anything we do not understand or we get dinged by
Complete thread -- Exactly!! My employer had just gotten through telling me basically (of course
Complete thread -- I'm like you. I don't live near a metropolitan area. My options are horribly limited. And
Complete thread -- I completely agree. I sure wish I had another option other than just
Complete thread -- I wish I had that option. I live in the boonies and would have to drive an hour
Complete thread -- Didn't someone tell her that when she first asked. LOL
Complete thread -- Bean counters have taken over the companies and hospitals and doctors think
Complete thread -- Spellcheck should never interfere with an MT's ability to research and add
Complete thread -- If you had asked this question a couple of months ago I would have sent you to the company
Complete thread -- If you click on "instant search" in google you will get suggestions as you type what you
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- opps, just noted my typo error, meant number IS singular
Complete thread -- Well, no one responded after 5 minutes, it was a short job, and I can't get
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion! I already sent in but if I get this doc again,
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Tornier, Inc. | Conexa™ Reconstructive Tissue Matrix, BTW spellcheck is only
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of this graft before? Google gives me hits, but spell check doesn't lik
Complete thread -- The number of is always singular. A number of is always plural. ...
Complete thread -- subject of sentence is "number" (plural) if "visits" would be "are"plural
Complete thread -- number....is. :-)
Complete thread -- the number of visits is unknown
Complete thread -- Seems like pelvicalyceal makes sense, but she didn't stay around long enough for a sm
Complete thread -- best to flag unless can post wav? ? (something) encroaching or slanging trachoma guessing
Complete thread -- maybe stumbled said "a day" changed to qd. (?)
Complete thread -- Cystoscopy demonstrates coapting lateral lobes sm
Complete thread -- tonsil (as in forceps - tonsil forceps
Complete thread -- pelvicalyceal?
Complete thread -- doesn't make sense to me either. Not my usual doc and helping out with the pile up
Complete thread -- Flagging.
Complete thread -- Flagging.
Complete thread -- I am not understanding what the question is (sm)
Complete thread -- also not sure if 2 separate things (sm)
Complete thread -- the only GD I know isn't appropriate, well it might be appropriate. makes no sense to me
Complete thread -- The dye filled the entire ureter as well as the *placing* system.
Complete thread -- anyone with a guess what this might be? Doc cuts self off repeatedly
Complete thread -- Oops, rest of it might help (or not):
Complete thread -- The prostate was large with *co-appa-tating* lobes. I can't hear coapting...
Complete thread -- skin rakes
Complete thread -- skin rakes
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- okay to use dangerous abbrev for this dictator.
Complete thread -- unfortunately under the situation
Complete thread -- Got it - "he is still sore on the left side". Thx for leading me in right direction.
Complete thread -- I told her that unfortunately s/l *into the* situation I thought it wo ...
Complete thread -- s/l troaching
Complete thread -- Can't say what throwing should be, but would leave a blank there.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- WAG still has throbbing on the left side?
Complete thread -- Can't think whst could be missing; if U R unsure, would leave a blank.
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks
Complete thread -- The pt fell backwards, landing on both hands....
Complete thread -- doc may be correcting himself?
Complete thread -- aluminum?
Complete thread -- A dorsal s/l odaman splint is placed.
Complete thread -- searching BASTR in archives leads to "Bastrip's" question, and the right answer.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, he is not even close!!!!
Complete thread -- Think he is just stumbling between senna and docusate. DC senna and start her on docusate.
Complete thread -- "Baastrup's disease -aka kissing spine"
Complete thread -- Baastrup's disease is characterized by close approximation and contact ...
Complete thread -- degenerative disk disease with (doc spells) bastrupz ?? identified from L2 to L5.
Complete thread -- Your s/l is a bit confusing, maybe you're hearing Senna Plus dose?
Complete thread -- I'm going to go ahead and flag. Thank you, though, everyone!
Complete thread -- cats
Complete thread -- Sorry, senna wouldn't be capitalized there!
Complete thread -- Senna dose ?
Complete thread -- Could it simply be Senna dose?
Complete thread -- Patient with constipation.
Complete thread -- Didn't mean to send that already!
Complete thread -- What word?
Complete thread -- Learned a new word today
Complete thread -- Thanks. Slow to wake up here
Complete thread -- once=wants
Complete thread -- could be allergic to some common OR medication, like lidocaine, so he
Complete thread -- TENS unit?
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- NM flagged and sent
Complete thread -- they are confirming allergies. Yes, makes sense.
Complete thread -- Where it says "and allergy" makes no sense to me. Does it to you all?
Complete thread -- You could check dictionary for definitions or check archives.
Complete thread -- That's not what he says, but thanks for the input! Sending on
Complete thread -- http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/wale
Complete thread -- Patient was asked to work on the *RAV* Program.
Complete thread -- Patient with 3+ esophageal varices with red "wales, whales or wheals". sm
Complete thread -- please. SM tia
Complete thread -- I will edit. Thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, but it could be that the recording was cut off for a second
Complete thread -- all I hear is "access like shoelaces"
Complete thread -- I meant *things like..*
Complete thread -- Could me mean *thinks like* and perhaps the dictation was cut off?
Complete thread -- O to Z? (sm)
Complete thread -- Almost, it is Perfluoron. Thanks.
Complete thread -- perfluorocarbon?
Complete thread -- membrane peeling, retinopathy, *pla florin* instillation, endolaser
Complete thread -- S/L "A to T" type closure after Mohs forehead surgery TIA!
Complete thread -- Absolutely! I should have thought of that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- choanae?
Complete thread -- adenoidectomy s/l "Co-A and A"
Complete thread -- ?MCA (middle cerebral artery)
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- "s/l MA" in corpus callosum
Complete thread -- early satiety
Complete thread -- wav help - She does not really have any pelvic pain. She has some ____ and some
Complete thread -- BTW, check archives on tonsil. lots of info there
Complete thread -- that's funny because I thought the same thing.
Complete thread -- There is Soliris, but the patient would certainly have a condition
Complete thread -- Can anybody say....really deep throat...?
Complete thread -- No, 4 to 5 half-size meals
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- oh, I hope somebody else is up right now. I am stumped again.
Complete thread -- I think it would almost certainly be 0.5 cc
Complete thread -- scissor?
Complete thread -- doc says the patient thinks it is Thursday instead of Friday, yet he dictated this on
Complete thread -- found Astramorph
Complete thread -- procedure: total abdominal hysterectomy. please sm
Complete thread -- WAG: Solu-cortef
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions! I'll check to see if they fit! :)
Complete thread -- have to move on thanks
Complete thread -- have to move on thanks
Complete thread -- s/l solaris
Complete thread -- s/l either ??FCA?? or ??STA??
Complete thread -- internal derangement?
Complete thread -- no significant interim changes.
Complete thread -- can't tell if I am haring 0.5 cc or 25 cc
Complete thread -- I don't know how Ceasar walked, but I do know that many patients have a distinctive gait
Complete thread -- no significant s/l enter inchangement"
Complete thread -- wav is still there.
Complete thread -- s/l **Ceasar/Seizure** gait
Complete thread -- history of venous .....?
Complete thread -- NOT on Coumadin
Complete thread -- ventricular fibrillation
Complete thread -- markedly, more likely
Complete thread -- penile venous ligation (and sciatic)
Complete thread -- There is no excuse for anyone who is being paid to do this job not being able to find
Complete thread -- I agree completely. Sick to death of this ugly stuff. no excuse for it
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sensed ventricular (VS) VA interval (time from VP/VS to atrial firing)
Complete thread -- oh, well delete this one too then. ^ it's "cruel" too.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- You know this is probably an offshorer? One who's taking our jobs?
Complete thread -- but also I suppose could be a little fungal
Complete thread -- sorry, sciatica pain...
Complete thread -- ROS: Notable for some sciata pain and s/l heentavenous ligation on his right leg. ??
Complete thread -- Excuses.
Complete thread -- HERE.. Clivus (anatomy) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThe clivus (Latin for "slope") i
Complete thread -- Behind his ear has a little bit of a reddish rash looks a little bit e ...
Complete thread -- do we need to be so cruel to someone. We could answer and give suggestions without being
Complete thread -- medical dictionary, google, archives...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l clivus
Complete thread -- Her suprapubic pain has been remarkably relieved...
Complete thread -- help with wav pls.
Complete thread -- was V-S spelled out or said "versus"?
Complete thread -- if so, then would be patient versus sensor? (not "patient's")
Complete thread -- I think they are trying to determine if the patient's heart actually
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- varices
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Cardiac output (Q or or CO ) is the volume of blood being pumped by the heart, in particu
Complete thread -- vs sensor
Complete thread -- endoscopy performed that did not reveal any s/l "vree-sis."
Complete thread -- s/l triangle or parenchyma or tri-emp-er-a????
Complete thread -- ardiac output was 2.74 x s/l "six three point three" liters"
Complete thread -- archives. brand name is according to Stedmans -- Port-A-Cath - jerseygal..
Complete thread -- port-a-catheter does anyone know the correct way to type this. sm
Complete thread -- casius or tasius unit?? S/m
Complete thread -- Yep...that's it. Thank you, thank you... :)
Complete thread -- Wow, I guess I didn't know it. I forgot to mention it's an ESL doc...I bet that is it!!!
Complete thread -- Fioricet
Complete thread -- Have to send on....but would really like to know for future reference. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Patient with headaches. Med is s/l vee-OR-set...I know I know this one
Complete thread -- S/L Geeger syndrome other times like Deeger syndrome- Czech accent
Complete thread -- After 30 more listens, I think it might be prominent
Complete thread -- comminuted?
Complete thread -- could it be tumor?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, akk, but I absolutely know what CMC joints are and this is NOT what's being said.
Complete thread -- Modalities include E-stim, ultrasound, and "mino" therapy?
Complete thread -- plumb-line?
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- capitate-metacarpal joint (hyphen is an option)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I hear flexible.
Complete thread -- Torus palatinus (pl. tori palatinus) [palatinus torus (pl. palatal tori) in English] is a
Complete thread -- There are SOME GOOGLE hits, but that's the only references I see,
Complete thread -- On exam, there is a "tarus pallentenus" which causes her pain and she has
Complete thread -- Hardly, but hardly expect any less around here.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- SORRY, but maybe they'll think about it.
Complete thread -- What's uncalled for are OPs not doing proper research and expecting others to make
Complete thread -- Uncalled for.
Complete thread -- Could be combining capitate with metacarpal. As below, nobody said capitellum, smarty pan
Complete thread -- THEN FLAG IT!
Complete thread -- Nobody mentioned capitellum!
Complete thread -- Thanks, akk, but I absolutely know what CMC joints are and this is NOT what's being said.
Complete thread -- That's because clearly the capitellum is not anywhere near the wrist, Flag if he "clearly"
Complete thread -- No, he clearly says capito (cap-e-toe) metacarpal joint. I just can't verify this.
Complete thread -- carpometacarpal joints (CMC) are five joints in the wrist that articulates the distal row
Complete thread -- that was I am NOT totally convinced.
Complete thread -- I am totally convinced this is flexible. I posted a WAV on it.
Complete thread -- carpometacarpal joint?
Complete thread -- Well duh flexible. LOL
Complete thread -- Pt was wrist pain around the s/l capito metacarpal joint. I googled with quotes and
Complete thread -- He was placed on Coumadin and s/l plexible stockings to avoid deep vein thrombosis.
Complete thread -- on room air.
Complete thread -- 02 sats 96%___
Complete thread -- wet googles. google: "wet stage* nsclc"
Complete thread -- ONCOLOGY - HE SAYS THIS IN 2 PLACES (sounds like wet or wit)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, both of you! I do hear duloxetine!
Complete thread -- There is also duloxetine (Cymbalta).
Complete thread -- just a guess - fluoxetine (Prozac) ?? ...
Complete thread -- Medication s/l tu lox a teen sm
Complete thread -- Wag could be cutting off the word "recurrent"?
Complete thread -- YES!!! Thank you so much... and for blunting too, though I should have known that one!
Complete thread -- Oncology
Complete thread -- ?Although it's (the chest x-ray) underpenetrated, there...
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I ended up flagging.
Complete thread -- NM, moving on.
Complete thread -- Want to make sure sentence marked inside makes sense...
Complete thread -- I hear it now
Complete thread -- 2nd - "blunting"
Complete thread -- I dont hear the file
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray read - .wav sent
Complete thread -- Two things come to me --- something ___ histamine ? and RAST?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Got second one....serum tryptase. Still need help with first. : )
Complete thread -- A couple of blanks for this allergy clinic note. Doc is messing with something and
Complete thread -- cotton patties?
Complete thread -- zits (acne)
Complete thread -- Will flag. Need to send in now.
Complete thread -- This older doc has a very, very conversational way of dictating and just
Complete thread -- thank you - will flag.
Complete thread -- If you cannot determine which, you need to flag. cause it could be either.
Complete thread -- Patient with pancreatic cancer.
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- hee. did your expansion for "hae" instead of "have" there? nm
Complete thread -- something like triamcinolone???
Complete thread -- Versajet ?
Complete thread -- Sorta, kinda, a little bit sounds like "cotton pads"?
Complete thread -- ...debridement of the right heel using *for-sa-chet.* Once we were satisfied...
Complete thread -- med s/l dealy milosone
Complete thread -- to also perform toileting with contact guard *tara tub* with contact guard min assist
Complete thread -- Telfa pads placed in the brain?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- irrigation _____ brain were removed
Complete thread -- plaque?
Complete thread -- I think so, but he really slurred it together fast! Thank you!
Complete thread -- After the *plad* was removed
Complete thread -- superior mesenteric margin?
Complete thread -- American doctor who speaks fast and inserts a lot of uh, uh, uhs...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- with irrigation *com piads were placed * in the brain were removed
Complete thread -- arachnoid of the carotid cistern?
Complete thread -- Why is what you have inside different than what you hearing aid evaluation outside?
Complete thread -- opened up the *ather carotic* cistern
Complete thread -- Not sure about that. I'll leave a blank. Thank you.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wonder if dictator is saying something referring to alkaline instead of echo-line?
Complete thread -- A lot! r/o
Complete thread -- They what? what does he/she have... context please
Complete thread -- This is the sentence r/o
Complete thread -- Is there a sentence before this?
Complete thread -- That was a tough one. LOL :)
Complete thread -- s/l echo-line-set in GI service??? Does that ring a bell.
Complete thread -- haha you're welcome!
Complete thread -- God bless you! That's it. :) You just made my day!
Complete thread -- Can't afford an iPhone? sorry