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Complete thread -- molar - little? (i-)
Complete thread -- T1cN0 (i-) M0 invasive ductal carcinoma
Complete thread -- Exactly.
Complete thread -- yes, maybe is correct, plus SCIDS ("skids")= severe combined immunodeficiency syndrome.
Complete thread -- see if this link might help. Don't know bout the word "molar" part though.
Complete thread -- T1cN0 (S/L *molar I negative sign*) M0 invasive ductal carcinoma ...
Complete thread -- ??Foley (catheter)?
Complete thread -- catheter
Complete thread -- Help with word for chips in the bladder
Complete thread -- I'm seriously "un" impressed.
Complete thread -- It's also easier to "feed" ignorance and inability to do your own work in the future.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I agree. There is "helping" and there is "spoonfeeding". Big difference.
Complete thread -- Google unexperienced, OP.
Complete thread -- antibiotics are usually considered bactericidal, ...>?
Complete thread -- cartilage?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Nafcillin can cause diarrhea. However, it is S/L *sidal* will cover M ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- No that wouldn't have worked either. There are many tilt tests.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- WOW, it is certainly horrible to expect anyone doing this job to be able to find
Complete thread -- I actually gave the Google tip, and I gave it because you said you wondered why your
Complete thread -- You are calling them unexperienced, OP? I believe they know how to research a simple test
Complete thread -- That's why poster gave her the tip of using CONTEXT. Using the word ankle or the phrase
Complete thread -- They are???????? Are you kidding?????
Complete thread -- Seriously? You 2 need to stop posting. You are just so unexperienced!!! SCARY!
Complete thread -- Well, he did say anterior drawer test (and ankle was in context), so you could have google
Complete thread -- OP could have put her s/l *tilt in google and browsed through 469 million
Complete thread -- OP: Instead of being snarky, how about make note of the great tip the above poster gave.
Complete thread -- Really, OP? I would hope you would know that you need to pay attention to surrounding
Complete thread -- Synovitis anterior portion of the medial meniscus.
Complete thread -- got it *ileus and urinary tract infection
Complete thread -- He said ankle in the CONTEXT! An MT sometimes has to use CONTEXT to research! Geez!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- The patient was admitted for S/L *illusing* urinary tract infection ...
Complete thread -- Thank you:)
Complete thread -- OMG! stop!
Complete thread -- WAG: Hazy to red??? Just guessing tho!
Complete thread -- tool used duringhemilaminectomy
Complete thread -- s/l *AZ to red*, any ideas, thanks
Complete thread -- He did not say ankle * test. He said * test.
Complete thread -- Or even googled ankle * tilt negative and still been given answer.
Complete thread -- You could have googled ankle t* tilt and been given answer.
Complete thread -- could be thanks
Complete thread -- port site something (the site where the port is?)
Complete thread -- Diaphragm by slowly stripping the stomach away from that edge window w ...
Complete thread -- posted a WAV
Complete thread -- Ah!! I should have put t* tilt test then:)
Complete thread -- running interlocking 3-0 Vicryl?
Complete thread -- procedure is - Anterior and posterior vaginal colporrhaphy.
Complete thread -- I'm guessing because it is 3 words - talar tilt test, not talar test.
Complete thread -- Oh yeah. Forgot. It gave my Tuscon tilt.... hmmmmm
Complete thread -- I just have to wonder though why when I put t* test in Onelook, it
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- talar tilt test
Complete thread -- talar
Complete thread -- Help with what s/l tiller tilt please
Complete thread -- That doesn't even make sense!
Complete thread -- Glad I saw this before I left tissued in. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- That is what he is saying and I think he means tissue began to grow
Complete thread -- I bet he meant infiltrated. It was left in too long and the vein collapsed, the fluids
Complete thread -- For an ESL, he is actually quite clear. This is a quadriplegic pt if that helps...
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- Cap needed on "My feeling is". Never heard of peripartal? Flag the drug.
Complete thread -- in the outlying area, came back and found
Complete thread -- *makril*, any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- since there is no urgency, treatment is life-long.
Complete thread -- Wav posted. ...increase dose every 3 months since there is no ____ , treatment is
Complete thread -- Thanks! I did want to know what most recent BOS said about it. : )
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks for your help, its correct
Complete thread -- out running an errand
Complete thread -- "out running an errand"?
Complete thread -- That's more of an account-specific issue now. However, the BoS shows q.8 h.
Complete thread -- cavity? ...
Complete thread -- Her husband, who had been SL *outlining in aaron, came back and found ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- The ____ was then irrigated and
Complete thread -- thanx a lot
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- coalesced
Complete thread -- Breast examination
Complete thread -- Sorry to have to ask this, but seeing different ways in archives and
Complete thread -- I've never seen CFU lowercase but uppercase (colony-forming unit(s))
Complete thread -- May of 2010 he had enterococcus greater then 10 cfu/mL. Correct way?
Complete thread -- need more info, but.... there is support on google for:
Complete thread -- Anyone? Opinions?
Complete thread -- the *sheath* gave good hemostasis, does this make sense? Thanks
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL / SURGICAL HISTORY: Arthralgias, history S/L*in a NBR*, ...
Complete thread -- there was obvious bulkiness throughout the lesion??? (something like that)
Complete thread -- could be: "there was visible hemosiderin at the" or "there was a visible
Complete thread -- PS- it is just an expression that means it makes it able to
Complete thread -- absolutely.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- are=stenoses (pleural) and gives rise makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- At this point, ___lesion.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- Would you put a , between penetration and aspiration?
Complete thread -- s/l *it gives rise*, does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- will do that. Thanks for everyone's help.
Complete thread -- Punctuation help, please. See inside:
Complete thread -- might want to relisten to neural architecture too...maybe nasal
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it for that part - thanks. So it s/l mucolative/ed mucopurulent material
Complete thread -- more info:
Complete thread -- s/l typo or typoid (ESL) plse sm
Complete thread -- I agree with mucopurulent.
Complete thread -- you might want to put more content in the subject line, your
Complete thread -- accumulated mucoid-appearing material? ...
Complete thread -- mucopurulent material?
Complete thread -- Thanks!! Already sent, but will make note:)
Complete thread -- Nuchal doesn't quite make sense in that context. Perhaps it's somethi ...
Complete thread -- aberrant is probably right - ty. What about the "mucolated"?
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- #1 shelving edge of Poupart's ligament #2 transversalis fascia
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the help!
Complete thread -- I question whether "nuchal" makes sense
Complete thread -- i think should be metatarsophalangeal region
Complete thread -- fixation?
Complete thread -- fixation .....??...see link
Complete thread -- aberrant?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- exostosis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1. cysto in the OR #2-says "UO" (ureteral orifice?)
Complete thread -- active *cessation* mechanism
Complete thread -- phenylpropalamine?
Complete thread -- s/l mucolated nuchal apparent material is seen.
Complete thread -- bony s/l "excess" ptosis at the metarsal phalangeal region of the toe
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- could it be "2:1 block"?
Complete thread -- tia
Complete thread -- H&P for pacemaker generator replacement
Complete thread -- med s/l propanamine 500 mg
Complete thread -- would also help if the doc pronounced it correctly too. ty again.
Complete thread -- that's it. I must put it in my autocorrect. TY.
Complete thread -- cachectic
Complete thread -- This word always stumps me... She appears quite s/l ka-ket-sick
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yeah. I realized after I had posted. Thanks for confirming though:)
Complete thread -- yep, it burns, so there is char present.
Complete thread -- LOL!! Nevermind. Had brain freeze
Complete thread -- A-sensed (atrially sensed) and V-paced (ventricularly paced).
Complete thread -- Char?
Complete thread -- possibly
Complete thread -- ICD question.
Complete thread -- could bound=cord? spinal cord quadriplegic?
Complete thread -- something like 1200 mg 1 twice a day?
Complete thread -- ?????
Complete thread -- No, I read it and didn't see what she asked and simply asked her to read it carefully.
Complete thread -- Then I would clearly flag it.
Complete thread -- spinal *bound* quadriplegic,
Complete thread -- same doc... fish oil 1200 mg, 144 mg twice a day. okay as is? she is
Complete thread -- Yep, clear as a bell s/l wc ...can't hear ac as I knew to listen for that first
Complete thread -- No results found for "bulbous ac joint".
Complete thread -- "that extends laterally as a bulbous enlargement called the acromion. ..." IT has nothing
Complete thread -- possibly "EKG isn't released" meaning interpretation hasn't yet been released by EKG cardi
Complete thread -- usual starting dose of AMARYL as initial therapy is 1-2 mg once daily, administered with b
Complete thread -- correction doctor said.. EKG is in release???
Complete thread -- Amaryl bid s/l WC. What does WC stand for. Looked in drug book
Complete thread -- see below about EKG
Complete thread -- that is what I found too (but guessing since can't hear it) sm
Complete thread -- idiopathic interstitial pneumonitis
Complete thread -- Great!, lemme write that one down, excellent documentation, I'll use.
Complete thread -- this the one you read very carefully? You did not!. This was the source.
Complete thread -- isn't the entire report on a verbatim acct. supposed to be exactly what he said?
Complete thread -- before downgrading a poster/post either research, document and give why it is wrong,
Complete thread -- She has a history of acute respiratory distress syndrome with s/l idio ...
Complete thread -- posting some text would be helpful, and no, I don't use "quotes" unless dictated.
Complete thread -- Yes, must be that. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Androderm? (it is a testosterone patch)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- In med list, doc somewhat slurring but s/l *angio-derm* 2.5% patch applied daily.
Complete thread -- well until ???? In the interim he was fine.
Complete thread -- Lungs: Clear. Cardiac: Normal S1, S2. Abdomen: Benign.
Complete thread -- Looks good to me. If you do change like suggested below, then you need to make all
Complete thread -- Yes, that looks much better. Thanks for responding
Complete thread -- ?SCID (severe combined immunodeficiency disorder)
Complete thread -- I would do this. Cardiac: Normal S1 and S2.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing another syllable, I think. Thanks. I will re-listen.
Complete thread -- Lungs clear. Cardiac normal S1, S2. Abdomen benign. ** Is the cardic
Complete thread -- are there any other clues anywhere? Does it s/l an acronym, all caps?
Complete thread -- polycystic kidneys?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Chemo side effects are s/l polycystated kidneys as well as lowered blood counts.
Complete thread -- Patient is a potential stem cell donor for his daughter diagnosed sm
Complete thread -- Multaq
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- med s/l Mutag 400 mg
Complete thread -- I would say "are"
Complete thread -- There are 70 degrees of internal rotation and 30 degrees of external rotation.
Complete thread -- when it
Complete thread -- wheni it was removed.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll go with the prefix he gave and rest looks okay then. : )
Complete thread -- tolerate and symptoms have really changed ____ removed.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- a non-accommodative
Complete thread -- ER-, PR-, HER-2/neu-negative.
Complete thread -- Thank you all.
Complete thread -- She gives no context...I was thinking he was trying to say palpitations.
Complete thread -- No, unless you want to put in quotes to show it's exactly what he said...
Complete thread -- I would still use pulsations
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- facile and unimpeded
Complete thread -- Am I coming up with the right word here? Pt seen in ortho clinic and
Complete thread -- How do you transcribe this? Her tumor was ER, PR, HER-2/neu negative.
Complete thread -- fast, silent, unimpeded fashion
Complete thread -- If a dr very clearly states pulsitations, do you give it to them? This is verbatim
Complete thread -- yes, thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- He both entered and exited the examination room ____ fashion
Complete thread -- I'd read that very carefully and with a big grain of salt if I were you.
Complete thread -- It was already there. Read your first paragraph . The enhancement is found on the MRI
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- ahhh yes, that what it means - localization with a clip (to find it later)
Complete thread -- S/l sounds like it starts with a G or J but may be steroid?
Complete thread -- No, but thank you. I was questioning the "of the" part because
Complete thread -- of a steroid and
Complete thread -- Yes, the enhancement is at the biopsy site, at the site of the biopsy clip.
Complete thread -- may be left out word? stasis or insufficiency or disease
Complete thread -- On 03/11, he had an injection of ___ and lidocaine directly into the
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- are you questioning (placement of a) biopsy clip? see link
Complete thread -- s/l bulbus is bulbous AC joint sm
Complete thread -- areas of microcalcifications on mammogram
Complete thread -- s/l life may be lag screw. googling surgical fixation pelvic ring sm
Complete thread -- with a central linear insertional tear of *bulbus* AC joint which
Complete thread -- I will use *removed.* THanks. Wav deleted
Complete thread -- found it, Precedex. :) sorry.... ...
Complete thread -- drug name help pls
Complete thread -- since they say through, removed through makes more sense to me.
Complete thread -- See msg - there really is not much to go on....
Complete thread -- *moved* or *removed*. Cannot distinguish. See msg and wav
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- link from the inventor, I would cap it
Complete thread -- MoCA http://www.neurology.org/content/75/19/1717.abstract
Complete thread -- Tp scored 26/30 on his s/l moga or mogal screen.
Complete thread -- Sometimes the small things elude us (overthinking it) ;o)
Complete thread -- We all have those moments!
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh. DUH, sorry.
Complete thread -- short of breath
Complete thread -- overweight man who has a Mediterranean complexion, short of *press* with a small
Complete thread -- Could we have exact sentence or before and after sentence if possible?
Complete thread -- type of screw for pelvic ring injury - s/l "life size"
Complete thread -- varicose veins
Complete thread -- Now how did that happen? Someone posted Bailey's compression and I asked for context.
Complete thread -- context
Complete thread -- he does :( thanks
Complete thread -- Sounds like it.
Complete thread -- Ughh!!! Is he saying "perhaps?"
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- What was impressive was elevated... (sm)
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- moving on thanks
Complete thread -- 40-year-old ?
Complete thread -- No wav.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- A 35 yo pt w/ menorrhagia, OP, hysterectomy, suture used, doc says, "#1905 chromic"
Complete thread -- theft?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- The best news is ...
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- vasculitis? that's the only thing I can think of.
Complete thread -- 40 years old female with lupus capillary s/l itis and pulmonary fibrosis. tx
Complete thread -- Probably should be "in no acute distress", not "in no acute stress"
Complete thread -- Of note, you could have looked in a dictionary instead of relying on google.
Complete thread -- it's an acronym, not a name or word
Complete thread -- did not think that is an abbreviation! tx
Complete thread -- Partial Articular Side Tendon Avulsion- “PASTA” lesion
Complete thread -- s/l Pasta lesion of the shoulder. He has pain in shoulder. hits on google but not in
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- i don't need to cap sleepiness scale here right?
Complete thread -- sorry, I left the site, I click in and out, don't stay long, doing work.. sm
Complete thread -- Maybe polys?
Complete thread -- Patient comes for upper partial denture "c-prep" and final impression.
Complete thread -- TY both
Complete thread -- Ok wasn't sure-every time I googled either word, it kept changing to assertion.
Complete thread -- I would give him assertation
Complete thread -- Question on a word...
Complete thread -- I have found Alvesco, but I cannot document 60? I see 80 mcg and 160 mcg
Complete thread -- ALVESCO (ciclesonide) Inhalation Aerosol
Complete thread -- He is currently taking Foradil 12, *Alvesco 60 * and Singulair. Cannot document
Complete thread -- agree....no.
Complete thread -- thanks. was looking for just that advice! makes a lot more sense!
Complete thread -- Thank you both ! Very PICKY doc...
Complete thread -- pertaining to the genital and urinary organs-male or female.
Complete thread -- I googled several dictionaries..none indicate it as only a male term. I would use it.
Complete thread -- No, but JMO
Complete thread -- If you know ileum was removed, I would do as Questyr recommended.
Complete thread -- do i need a comma before has?
Complete thread -- the question I have though, was only a portion of the the colon removed, and no ileum?
Complete thread -- Should the heading genitourinary be in a female PE report? This sounds more male to
Complete thread -- see link..if you follow AAMT and this is not a verbatim account that
Complete thread -- she said "ileocolectomy" but then changed her mind to "ileo partial colectomy"
Complete thread -- found this, not at all familiar, may be the chemical properties thing
Complete thread -- Darcalma?
Complete thread -- Thanks! But where is the *oxy* coming from? ESL sounds like *carbazeetaxol* ugh nm
Complete thread -- see link regarding carboplatin/Taxol
Complete thread -- Last chemotherapy cycle #6 of *carboxytaxol* with prednisone was given. Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- Jacky Radial angiographic catheter, see trademark specimen
Complete thread -- Jacky sm--it's on page 2
Complete thread -- looks like Terumo Jacky, still verifying.
Complete thread -- Jacky catheter or Jackie catheter
Complete thread -- could artifact be in there somewhere, artifactual for the second one
Complete thread -- see link for documentation
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Rarefaction is the reduction of a medium's density, or the opposite of ...
Complete thread -- Chvostek.
Complete thread -- s/l Shwa-stick
Complete thread -- He cuts himself off though sounds like "rare" but totally wild guess
Complete thread -- Found it. She's saying S hook retractors.
Complete thread -- what is the s/l?
Complete thread -- On hand x-ray, focus of relative ___ fraction distal 3rd metacarpal smg
Complete thread -- gynecologic surgery: The [s/l: esser cotactors] were placed in the incision.
Complete thread -- Looking...but I can't find anything--?
Complete thread -- s/l darcoma
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Does to me.
Complete thread -- s/l *Lung parenchyma normal*, does this make sense? Thanks
Complete thread -- thank you... just found that they wrote it wrong "Copaxone"
Complete thread -- Copaxone (glatiramer injection)
Complete thread -- what is it for? diagnoses? symptoms? please check the RULES 4 POSTING
Complete thread -- this is drug list.... history of MS, HTN and penile implant
Complete thread -- drug written and spelled as Copanxe subcu q.h.s. cannot find on drugs.com
Complete thread -- Ascend.
Complete thread -- A s/l "send" stem with a 52 mm humeral head was applied.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- extra stimlite is likely extrastimuli (don't know the other s/l
Complete thread -- artery
Complete thread -- The patient had a recurrent thrombosis of her right femoral s/l A T (o ...
Complete thread -- Can't make a guess with that, could be para-anything.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- Thought so. Do I type as dictated?
Complete thread -- polys
Complete thread -- Yep that is correct. Under impression, he says right para___ mass. smg
Complete thread -- Thanks for that!
Complete thread -- WAV posted now. H&H were 13.2 and 40.1. Her ___ were 85.9.
Complete thread -- sorry...are you saying that is part of an abdominal sonogram? with a cardiac silhouette?
Complete thread -- paratracheal
Complete thread -- platelets?
Complete thread -- recurrent
Complete thread -- She has a history of ___ PID and pelvic pain..
Complete thread -- you might try here for next time. Many drugs have same endings (pine) sm
Complete thread -- H&H were 13.2 and 40.1. Her "pall-ese* were 85.9.
Complete thread -- Cardiac silhouette is stable. Right s/l peritrichial mass that measures 4.5 by 3 smg
Complete thread -- Any ideas on this? Have to send it soon. Thanks
Complete thread -- I found it: besylate
Complete thread -- wow...he is definitely saying THR....thank you so much! ;)
Complete thread -- Frova,
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Amlodipine, ____ 10 mg, cyclobenzaprine hydrochloride...
Complete thread -- I can't find this med! Her headaches are relieved by s/l throva???
Complete thread -- EP testing. s/l "Isuprel, the patient s/l "was for na to right ventricular sites, and
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- in no acute distress (not "stress")
Complete thread -- Hardly. The diabetes was also mentioned, which gives the major context for your s/l.
Complete thread -- WAG a lip of vaginal septum?
Complete thread -- In the vagina, there is a *loop* of vaginal septum presenting vertically.
Complete thread -- that is how I see it too.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, billybob!
Complete thread -- i don't think so but thanks.
Complete thread -- nevermind, found it. ;)
Complete thread -- s/l Humi
Complete thread -- listen for RSR prime, written RSR'
Complete thread -- But you have to realize that the other INFORMATION included in the note equals CLUES
Complete thread -- Thanx a lot
Complete thread -- Agree without it, it becomes very difficult to help out
Complete thread -- Context is SOOOOOO Important!! HHNK Hyperglycemic Hyperosmolar Nonketotic state/coma
Complete thread -- Thanks - that's it. Why didn't I think of that?
Complete thread -- ekg question
Complete thread -- its an assessment portion SUBJECTIVE: No acute events overnigh ...
Complete thread -- Not enough context to even begin to say whether or not that is right? Is there any mentio
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- Before sentence if there is one?
Complete thread -- Is there any other context available? Like why the patient was seen or what he received
Complete thread -- As poi states, it is descending
Complete thread -- I believe you are correct as in decompression
Complete thread -- descending and sigmoid colon.
Complete thread -- It is there now, thanks.
Complete thread -- HH&K,
Complete thread -- no file there yet
Complete thread -- grimaces?
Complete thread -- Patient is intubated, sedated,"cremacious" to noxious stimuli???
Complete thread -- The Nugent Score is a Gram stain scoring system for pap tests to diagnose bacterial vagino
Complete thread -- wav file, Questioning sentence with decompressed ascending -
Complete thread -- not unless it is the first word of the sentence.
Complete thread -- cholestyramine ?
Complete thread -- thinking it could be pretty something, he's such a speed talker and mumbles, guess s.m.
Complete thread -- prolotherapy injections (cap prolotherapy?)
Complete thread -- Pt with history of IBS. "He is taking s/l chlordoxypine."
Complete thread -- pretty reliable?
Complete thread -- Well, NM! Dictation just got cut off and will need to send in as is.
Complete thread -- He has significant back pain and has undergone *heat* surgery for his back. Please
Complete thread -- it IS acudry just thought maybe spelling incorrectly but can't find anything
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- cysticercosis
Complete thread -- only if those were the ones checked. I have doctors who start with III (3), not II (2).
Complete thread -- hemosiderosis
Complete thread -- I have heard II-VII many times. If the OP hears II-VII, she should type
Complete thread -- wet-to-dry?
Complete thread -- s/l *hemociterinosis*, any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- have asked to obtain CBC, SMA-20, Lyme titers, TSh, ANA, vitamin-B12, s/l sistercosis
Complete thread -- orthopedic consult "pre-rye-mul" s.m.
Complete thread -- Is Acudry correct. Cannot document.
Complete thread -- Yep, P-O-P. I think the wag is correct. Just never heard it like that before. Thanks all
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- check out Nugent score
Complete thread -- he is saying P-O-P and not the word, right?
Complete thread -- posterior oropharynx?
Complete thread -- "POP" walls (of the throat)
Complete thread -- Maybe, maybe not. Our directives are to use Arabic and I pull up reports all the time
Complete thread -- By the OP was using Roman for a reason, surely he/she knows, right?
Complete thread -- I like the way you keep going, even when proven wrong, lol.
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- one of x, Dr. A, B, or C.
Complete thread -- Henry Bence Jones
Complete thread -- Henry Bence Jones
Complete thread -- AAMT BOS says to write out the word Doctors and not use the abbreviation
Complete thread -- many places are using arabic for cranial nerves now, fyi, 2-12
Complete thread -- Would either be Drs. A, B, C or Dr. A, Dr. B, Dr. C
Complete thread -- hyperlipidemic acute pancreatitis(HLAP)
Complete thread -- I hear finger rub frequently, never had finger snap.
Complete thread -- What about ballotable?
Complete thread -- possibly some abbreviation for hypercholesteremia? as the patient is on vytorin and s.m.
Complete thread -- Sorry hit enter by mistake. More inside.
Complete thread -- (need a lot more info)
Complete thread -- not SLAP?
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS *H-L-A-P*
Complete thread -- That's it, thanks!
Complete thread -- sure, if that is what you hear.
Complete thread -- Cryptosporidium?
Complete thread -- s/l hippospodium. ESL doc.
Complete thread -- I just listened again - do you think that "pliable" would make ...
Complete thread -- thanks - that makes sense! ...
Complete thread -- movable?
Complete thread -- Gynecology
Complete thread -- i mean outside
Complete thread -- I suggest that she see one of my partners, Dr. A, B, or C who are... Should Dr. be
Complete thread -- i take that back-it could be assigned.
Complete thread -- no, later in the report it says she will be called with the results of x-rays
Complete thread -- outside? (as in another facility performed)
Complete thread -- we will check the s/l assign x-rays
Complete thread -- finger rub
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You need to put in some commas (run-ons and comma splices) and s/b II through XII, not VII
Complete thread -- maybe attributable?
Complete thread -- That is what I found also dorsiflexory not dorso sm link
Complete thread -- Cycloplegic refraction reveals s/l trivial farsightedness.
Complete thread -- Oops, apparently googled without the short-acting. Got it, thanks!
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- did that before I asked here, no help
Complete thread -- so you mean bilateral finger snap?
Complete thread -- thought I heard that too, MAYBE, swab taken for a new _____ ??
Complete thread -- Yes, makes sense with the added punctuation.
Complete thread -- sure it isn't II-XII intact on the cranial nerves???
Complete thread -- I hear what you hear, but can't verify it.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- hi jayanth
Complete thread -- all I can think of is s/l valtrac may be Valtrex(valacyclovir) Wondered about 7000 mg
Complete thread -- small, low to intermittently functioning, parathyroid adenoma
Complete thread -- Consistent with a small low to intermittently functioning parathyroid adenoma. Sound
Complete thread -- Oh boy. It is: hearing is intact to bilateral finger rup,
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- This appointment is a post leep check after patient had cramping.
Complete thread -- google prandin "short-acting*"
Complete thread -- Nevermind - flagging
Complete thread -- sorry .. sure did look, was thinking D for depth of or dose of Since used to this dictator
Complete thread -- That is it!! Thanks:)
Complete thread -- hearing is intact?
Complete thread -- Russian accent help
Complete thread -- nothing seems to be wrong with ur s/l
Complete thread -- sensation is intact bilaterally, *hairing* is intact bilateral*finger up*,tongue and
Complete thread -- It was joint1
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- diagnosis
Complete thread -- full range?
Complete thread -- I'm not sure it makes a difference unless your account specifies
Complete thread -- A swab was taken for a s/l Newton score
Complete thread -- I've heard of Apley's compression test
Complete thread -- S/l full rained?
Complete thread -- vascular bleeders were s/l "bowed"
Complete thread -- albumin to creatinine ratio or albumin / creatinine ratio ...
Complete thread -- help with medication, wav posted please
Complete thread -- Thank you for your input!
Complete thread -- Sorry, it's not shown as hyphenated tho' normally, two last names are linked w/hyphen.
Complete thread -- I "might" use SKIN: pulling down eyelid look for anemia(very pale, may be anemic
Complete thread -- No, it was nottttttttt. See another link
Complete thread -- s/l Bailey's compression
Complete thread -- what reference shows it hyphenated?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Last name was hyphenated thhhhhhhhhhhhhho
Complete thread -- ? "scar abscess has been drained" (see where says infection)
Complete thread -- Well, mainly posting this because I found it funny. sm
Complete thread -- Not wise to change it as it is an expansion of the meaning here; have done a ton of sm
Complete thread -- I agree with Q too. Good point! no medicolegal reason not to.
Complete thread -- genu, or could be saying genu valgum or genu varum
Complete thread -- Bothers me to do so as he didn't say "or" and Q could get me for that...
Complete thread -- that works, thank you very much :-)
Complete thread -- . Musculoskeletal: There is no clubbing. There is no *genuine deformity*. Psych
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I'd flag that puppy!
Complete thread -- fly-type of exercises
Complete thread -- ahh looked again, it looks like maybe"repeat" in-stent stenosis
Complete thread -- change for to or and you have it.
Complete thread -- I think it's the same and can be safely omitted as I indicated
Complete thread -- posted a .wav for the question asked just below.. *flower* type of exercises. Thanks
Complete thread -- correction: sharp discomfort in her right arm; this seemed to come and go
Complete thread -- Doc has a way of repeating himself or going back and slightly rewording, but
Complete thread -- posted a .wav
Complete thread -- sharp discomfort; intermittent, sharp pain. This seemed to come and go.
Complete thread -- These seemed to come and go for a few minutes at the end of the day and then went away??
Complete thread -- floor-type? doing sunflower-type (apparently a yoga move)?
Complete thread -- named after 1 person, so not hyphenated.
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- could it be flow-type of exercise?
Complete thread -- s/l *flaw* or *flower* type of exercise pl sm for context
Complete thread -- got it, rectal was right. thanks
Complete thread -- Here, it would be affects meaning impinges upon; effect means causes.
Complete thread -- Bence-Jones is hyphenated; old pathology secondary here.
Complete thread -- rectal ??
Complete thread -- are you in the exam? Rectal: Not done.?
Complete thread -- I the a systems review? S/l "Rectal: Not done."
Complete thread -- got it, Bence Jones protein
Complete thread -- This would include lateral and AP x-rays of the skull as well as urinalysis looking s
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I figured it out. "approaching"
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- cardiac question. TY
Complete thread -- I'd do it as "unreplaced."
Complete thread -- enzymes? pro times?
Complete thread -- Nevermind - I think he is saying flu enzyme
Complete thread -- s/l "foo-zimes"
Complete thread -- Sorry, that wasn't too clear.
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- unless psychiatry, affect is usually a verb, effect a noun.
Complete thread -- medication substantially or negatively *affects (or effects)her cognit ...
Complete thread -- thermal control wand (Mitek Products)?
Complete thread -- Chondroplasty of the medial femoral condyle is performed with "thermo control wand"
Complete thread -- Will just use *dorsiflexory*. Thanks
Complete thread -- He had been doing well. _____ stable. No prior GI bleed.
Complete thread -- Approximately 30° in the dorsal *dorsoflexory* plane was achieved.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I was thinking about the word in a different way I guess.
Complete thread -- expect he is saying status rhabdo (see link) as in rhabdomyolysis..
Complete thread -- s/l valtrac 7000 mg prn, cardiac pt list of meds. tq.
Complete thread -- infinity is correct...as opposed to looking at something near for instance
Complete thread -- Radiation treatment for breast cancer. The sentence: The D200 was <20 cc.
Complete thread -- Pt is a truck driver by profession and started having blurry vision and trouble keep
Complete thread -- rhabdomyolysis?
Complete thread -- stasis "rabda" with CK level of 2000
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi, for solving Chassaignac tubercle (or tuberculum caroticum, carotid tuber
Complete thread -- (babies occ. pass p.r. a sloughed intestinal(colonic) epithelial cylinder post asphyxia
Complete thread -- much less subjectifying the need (?)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- (I cannot "get" the blank. Furthermore, the prior word "objectify" really throws me off-
Complete thread -- (superfluous comment) I would FOR SURE be distraught if my OWN med record were composed w/
Complete thread -- (superfluous comment) I would FOR SURE be distraught if my OWN med record were composed w/
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Complete thread -- Thanks. Now I can go take a nap.
Complete thread -- try "desmin antigen" with "neoplastic cells positive."
Complete thread -- (I agree with "distraught.":-)
Complete thread -- What A Mess! My deepest sympathies!! (I DO hear "litigation" at end of quote.)
Complete thread -- for #1 I hear suspicious as the last word in the sentence but
Complete thread -- don't know first blank. second one is Ativan
Complete thread -- neoplastic cells are positive for *Dez min* antigen and MYOD1
Complete thread -- #1. _____ . #2. distraught. #3. has been diagnosed _____
Complete thread -- The patient had been admitted to the psychiatric treatment unit on a v ...
Complete thread -- The patient had chronic _____. The patient has been extremely _______ ...
Complete thread -- another option to "clots" would be "sloughs," sloughed epithelial "plates" or "cylinders."
Complete thread -- (tough question!) A doc should not say on a PE "no anemia." "No pallor" is fine, or "no st
Complete thread -- pulled up a previous report and somebody used EXTREMITIES:
Complete thread -- He says severely and then corrects himself to humongous. No swelling.
Complete thread -- need a heading for this part of exam: No anemia, jaundice, cyanosis, clubbing, or
Complete thread -- no carcinoma of prostate. very short report, symptoms of urinary retention, patient had
Complete thread -- okay. <shaking my head> thanks.
Complete thread -- Do U have any history? Tho't he said "Carcinoma, prostate."
Complete thread -- I believe he did, though I hear only "2. humongous prostate." SM
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- (just an aside: this construction is common among Spanish-first-language dictators.
Complete thread -- (not a ?) NEJM speedy release: dalteparin vs unfractionated heparin for DVT prophy:
Complete thread -- ? Anaprox - it is an anti-inflammatory
Complete thread -- looking for a medication that s/l alpha prox (PT with bladder outlet obstruction)
Complete thread -- I cannot believe how clear it sounds now that I know what he said!
Complete thread -- I'm glad that worked!
Complete thread -- here's a wav for my question below....sm
Complete thread -- oh that is it.....thanks
Complete thread -- I'd correct it, but not stuck with verbatim. Maybe you're stuck with it.
Complete thread -- hmmm. not so sure. he clearly says "sis." He's not ESL and is a fairly clear dictator.
Complete thread -- scar (lap site) ?
Complete thread -- all I can find is Vitrebond. see link
Complete thread -- I agree with Questyr. Many times I find that if I set it off with a comma I feel a little
Complete thread -- Occlusal alloy with s/l*vitreoform liner* placed - dentistry
Complete thread -- no wav this time! The patient has had condom catheters in the past with pyocystis &
Complete thread -- Yes, ESL. Thanks to both. Think I'll let it go...
Complete thread -- sure it's not "today, in the morning"? no context, so no real idea here.
Complete thread -- I would grind my teeth and give it to him, trying to stay true to
Complete thread -- Would you change dictated "today morning" to "this morning" or let it go?
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you. I had to flag it and send it off. nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would studies. Three different modalities.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- here's another wav....
Complete thread -- okay a friend assures me he really did say popliteal. I guess.
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- never mind. moving on. the next guy is almost as bad.
Complete thread -- this article shows "curette" ...see link
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- keyhole?
Complete thread -- Mitek, thanks!
Complete thread -- RapidLoc
Complete thread -- A "Kero" was placed in interlaminar space and an x-ray taken to confirm level. nm
Complete thread -- placed one "rapid lock" suture anchor across the tear
Complete thread -- No, but thank you.
Complete thread -- hmm a guess s/l re-peck-tin-o-sass-iss" in-stent restenosis or some variation
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Cannabis
Complete thread -- although he admits to ________during college years. ...
Complete thread -- peripausal?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- "clots" per rectum
Complete thread -- Thanks. This has so many blanks I am just going to send it in.
Complete thread -- Got it I think. s/b awl-tip suction. nm
Complete thread -- Nasal polypectomy: Curved "Allison-tip" suction used to penetrate sinus.
Complete thread -- something oral. I think.
Complete thread -- had no significant increase in ..... passing mucus and s/l sloths per rectum (sm)
Complete thread -- Bisacodyl 50 mg p.o. daily
Complete thread -- what's right before that?
Complete thread -- Posted a WAV on this.
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- you're not adding anything. it is dictated chloride is, white count is (not plural)
Complete thread -- sa guess since can't hear it- fava oro may be Avapro sm
Complete thread -- medication list s/l fava oro 2 tablets p.o. with meals. sm for history
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Yes, new one to me, thanks
Complete thread -- aneuploidy?
Complete thread -- bethanachol?
Complete thread -- advanced maternal age for which she has had a negative workup for s/l "annie poity."
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- significant for ankle surgery.
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: _____ surgery.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- the patient has a medical history of advanced stage IV....
Complete thread -- .. of advanced stage IV... (Sure wish on ESLs, we could get a bit more to catch
Complete thread -- I would. Those are compound modifiers, you could have a front-end versus rear-end,
Complete thread -- The patient has a _____ stage IV colorectal adenocarcinoma and here for cycle 4 of sm
Complete thread -- do I need hyphens at all? rear-end collision? front-seat passenger? etc?
Complete thread -- thank you- appreciate the confirmation!
Complete thread -- thanks very much.
Complete thread -- It's been given a thousand times on this board. No different that anyone else
Complete thread -- I think "serial" makes perfect sense.
Complete thread -- postop bypass complications - s/l serial stents?
Complete thread -- You're very welcome.
Complete thread -- docs say the darndest things
Complete thread -- Alvesco
Complete thread -- I really appreciate the link. Thanks for taking the time to help me.
Complete thread -- WAG: repeat anastomosis
Complete thread -- It looks like it comes in mgI/mL or also written as mg I/mL. It looks like the I...
Complete thread -- http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:gnbeClLEo-AJ:www.drugs.com/pro/visipa
Complete thread -- Add *is* as suggested? Thanks
Complete thread -- VR funny
Complete thread -- Thanks. Not sure why I did not hear it. I have to make WBC count(s) plural. Anything else?
Complete thread -- chloride (is), WBC count (is).
Complete thread -- sodium 143.
Complete thread -- drug help please, s/l elbesco
Complete thread -- contrast utilized: "s/l 40 gml of Visipaque"
Complete thread -- Guess where BoS gets its information.
Complete thread -- See msg please. Not sure of blank. Is all else typed correct?
Complete thread -- cardiac catheterization following "re-peck-tin-o-sass-iss"
Complete thread -- s/l *liquvon*, any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- Ah, on final listen, I finally got it! ABI measurements were also performed...(yep, going
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I guess I could, but it looks kinda clumsy to me. Thanks for the thought, tho.
Complete thread -- LOL, I like your thinking! Yeah, I think changing to "can" will work. Thanks
Complete thread -- You still have to have sub/verb agreement, no matter what the verb is changed to.
Complete thread -- then use is/are
Complete thread -- I'd avoid the issue and use "can" instead of "able to"
Complete thread -- Yes, but I'm not talking about "employer" versus "employers" but rather "employer(s)".
Complete thread -- "...whether her employer(s) are able to make accommodations" - but by
Complete thread -- Schiotz (it's a tonometer)
Complete thread -- ABI measurements *wells super form* showing noncompressible vessels in right leg...
Complete thread -- I'm not referring to the word employers, I'm referring to the word employer(s). If you
Complete thread -- employer is, employers are
Complete thread -- employers = more than one. when would that ever be singular?
Complete thread -- No, I mean using the (s) form, which is both singular and potentially plural, as in
Complete thread -- Not sure of your exact usage?? Her employer's wishes were for her to
Complete thread -- When referring to "her employer(s)", would you use singular or plural verb?
Complete thread -- Okay, if you say so. I'm sorry for those people then.
Complete thread -- Can we all just let the "scientific community" person have her way and
Complete thread -- Thank you :)
Complete thread -- They don't ask me because it's THEIR preference, and that's all it is.
Complete thread -- thank you, the other is 3-0 Vicryl
Complete thread -- maybe slit-lamp or IOP (intraoccular pressure) and doctor reading abbreviation as a word?
Complete thread -- You assumed you knew what requirements the OP was going by.
Complete thread -- I get it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Eye pressure was measured with the "she-ot" measurements.
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- *galea* for the one s/l
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone, glad to hear I am not alone with these crazy vitals they give.
Complete thread -- See message; just add one comma, and I think it's there.
Complete thread -- This sentence does not make sense as dictated. How could I slightly edit?
Complete thread -- prothrombin time, vancomycin level,
Complete thread -- two s/l, pls see msg, thanks
Complete thread -- They should not have to ask you. It is supposed to be part of your job to be
Complete thread -- steamfitter
Complete thread -- Yeah, like they're going to ask me. LOL
Complete thread -- 2. He is continuing to have a pro-time *S/L vanco level and a chemistr ...
Complete thread -- He is retired, a ___, with no asbestos exposure
Complete thread -- he is slurring Finklestein. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- Negative scaphoid shift. Negative s/l ingersigns test.
Complete thread -- Beat dead horses much? Can we stop this nonsense now?
Complete thread -- You do what your QA and account want. Geez
Complete thread -- The account specifies the right answer, not you.
Complete thread -- Who says the OP has no account specifics????
Complete thread -- If you're using an outdated or incorrect source, then you're not doing your clients
Complete thread -- This BoS thing, is too funny. Some just automatically aSSuME that because the BoS has it i
Complete thread -- And when client has no preference, it should be done the correct way. No hyphen.
Complete thread -- Please do your research before saying I am wrong. It is not about my account (because they
Complete thread -- IT IS NOT ABOUT BOS, THOUGH I THINK BOS SAYS IT TOO. Please do your research.
Complete thread -- Someone has to put the information out. Not YOUR way is the one way either. Geeze.
Complete thread -- No, no - this is not about BoS, it is about the scientific community and they have said
Complete thread -- Yep, and I work for MQ (who everyone says OWNS the BOS, lol)
Complete thread -- Again, it depends on what source your account wants you to use!
Complete thread -- Says who? Says whoever your account uses...not one right answer.
Complete thread -- That is what I am saying. It is NOT a BoS thing. Has nothing to do with BoS or using it.
Complete thread -- If you use BOS, fine. If you use AMA style guide, fine. There is more than one guide.
Complete thread -- Totally agree. The client always rules. Not every client uses the same
Complete thread -- I'd double check with Billybob before I used this board for this purpose also.
Complete thread -- It has something to do with the dang, can't remember, but whatever, but if you look, you
Complete thread -- Many simply are supposed to use it and don't know what the changes are. I mean
Complete thread -- Used with English measurements - not used with abbreviations or metric.
Complete thread -- Actually, "false-positive" is always hyphenated (compound word)
Complete thread -- The BoS USED to say that also. However, "Per SI conversion and metric standards, no
Complete thread -- If your QA and/or account want it, you do.
Complete thread -- thanks everyone who tried. Sent in the blank.
Complete thread -- Well, the AMA Style Guide is a more reliable reference than you various google links.
Complete thread -- It changed recently with the BOS, but most references still use it
Complete thread -- Snookie
Complete thread -- Also some more
Complete thread -- Also, if you look here
Complete thread -- Not so
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- sometimes if lucky to get company, go right to their website
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- wav help. Maybe name of NJ facility, previously said nurse at Jersey Shore Medical
Complete thread -- Think you got IT (somehow, new to me)
Complete thread -- no hyphens with metric. 40 cm 6 mm (maybe means 40 cm x 6 mm?)
Complete thread -- thanks for correction :)
Complete thread -- Fanarof?
Complete thread -- a false-positive test - the test was a false positive
Complete thread -- Came up on my spell check as Chassaignac's
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- see if can find your s/l in here sm
Complete thread -- We then passed a new "40-cm 6-mm" Intering Gore-Tex graft
Complete thread -- but that is at C6...hmmm
Complete thread -- Chassignac's tubercle
Complete thread -- link .click perhaps dictator style/choice of words they like to uplift words sometimes
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info, though. At least I have an idea of what she is talking about.
Complete thread -- the Chaziknak's tubercle at C7
Complete thread -- ?meaning patient required 5 units PRBC secondary to bleeding hemorrhoids.
Complete thread -- false positive or false-positive? I have seen both.
Complete thread -- tubal ligation - the "nebinuf" tube was removed.
Complete thread -- I believe is saying 1 cm from the nipple, but my doctors don't
Complete thread -- typical * pseudoclaudicative * radicular pain (correct spelling? anyone know?
Complete thread -- You have to assume it is 1,051,000, or type it as verbatim if you're not positively
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Hear it clearly now.
Complete thread -- does perianal manifestations of IBD make sense here?
Complete thread -- That is it. Had a brain freeze. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- right ventricular ?
Complete thread -- In this case, what would RV stand for?
Complete thread -- a 5 unit packed red blood cell *bleed*
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link, but I can make hide nor hair of your post (or question?) inside.
Complete thread -- unsuccessful
Complete thread -- "His highest platelet count was 1 million and 51". How would you format
Complete thread -- s/l is FAST FAST ... no extraintestinal or s/l peri-A-O manifestations of IBD
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Breast ultrasound: mass at 12:30 "N+1 cm" position.
Complete thread -- sharing inhouse MT position for those wanting this (MTjobs.com)
Complete thread -- a "reresection of" is also what I hear
Complete thread -- He has a 6- to 8-month history of...but if spelling out, six-to-eight-month history
Complete thread -- I think "an atypical meningoma" makes more sense.
Complete thread -- six to eight month history - Is this right?
Complete thread -- Anyone else?
Complete thread -- trephination
Complete thread -- Right shoulder arthroscopy and s/l trep-uh-nation (trepanation?) supraspinatus.
Complete thread -- (I hear) A reresection of any typical meningioma variant...
Complete thread -- think alike
Complete thread -- PMHx: ___ resection of an atypical meningioma variant from the right ...
Complete thread -- Well, technically it is not the beginning of a sentence since there
Complete thread -- hahaha great minds...
Complete thread -- does the patient have hypertension, maybe doxazosin?
Complete thread -- got it. doxazosin. d sound barely there (had to hold my breath to hear it. LOL)
Complete thread -- good try, but it s/l one word
Complete thread -- WAG - ECASA (enteric-coated aspirin), Zosyn?
Complete thread -- med
Complete thread -- Thank you all very much.
Complete thread -- See link inside
Complete thread -- See link inside
Complete thread -- use WebMD and put in PA, then eye doctor (sm
Complete thread -- Trying to find an eye doctor in Pa. S/l Dr. Toe-Az or Til-Az
Complete thread -- No. The only thing sm
Complete thread -- Many appologies, you are so right!
Complete thread -- Pannus, not panus.
Complete thread -- panus
Complete thread -- Due to his large abdominal *anus*, he has breakdown
Complete thread -- Tp is a department of transportion program roadway technologist. What would you cap?
Complete thread -- sorry, fingers slipped -- 99% sure it's abductor not adductor
Complete thread -- I'm 99% sure that
Complete thread -- Does anyone know why OneLook no longer links to Dorland's?
Complete thread -- click the link Trapezial Excision - Trapezium excision
Complete thread -- Thanks. It seems it does make sense.
Complete thread -- removal of trapezium, carpal bone of wrist.
Complete thread -- ok...so together and no hyphen...got it, thanks!
Complete thread -- longstanding and improving. No hyphen.
Complete thread -- s/l **trapezial excision** but I never heard it used in this scenario.
Complete thread -- long standing-- no hyphen here? I looked it up and longstanding is an adj?
Complete thread -- Awesome link! Thanks!
Complete thread -- That is the way I type it. Anyone else?
Complete thread -- here's what others do, see link.
Complete thread -- yes. unless the word "following" could be substituted for "status post."
Complete thread -- Thanks. I do, too. Just wondered if others did
Complete thread -- The Bovie was placed on a blend of 70/70 on coag and cut. Typed correct?
Complete thread -- I do
Complete thread -- Just curious, but do you put a comma between disease and status?
Complete thread -- sharing my list on ARB's Avapro (irbesartan)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I flagged
Complete thread -- a guess since I can't hear it irbesartan (Brand name: Avapro)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I don't ever guess with meds, but thought maybe
Complete thread -- maybe diminished power in the _____ eversion or power in _____ eversion????
Complete thread -- current wav seems to go with this post, but is too long.
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match
Complete thread -- benztropine? I don't see an indication for it though. If you have tried everything, best
Complete thread -- medical floor. _____ IV Rocephin and IV fluids ... just gave the medication _____
Complete thread -- I had been using commas, but when he kept leaving off weight, height and blood pressure
Complete thread -- What are diagnoses or what is patient being seen for?
Complete thread -- med s/l endocarpin
Complete thread -- Learn something new every day. Been at this for almost 25
Complete thread -- Ha, you're awesome :D Thanks!
Complete thread -- From med list *air bes tra thon*.
Complete thread -- help please
Complete thread -- WAG etodolac?
Complete thread -- Never mind, says etodolac clearly under meds
Complete thread -- Pt has tried antiinflammatories in the form of *butolac* as well as a knee sleeve ?
Complete thread -- I would leave as dictated too (some do not want (;)prefer (,)
Complete thread -- I know it is not the standard rule of thumb for the beginning of a sentence, but I would
Complete thread -- can also ck Stedman radiology 4th pg 674 & pg 690 paro and peri
Complete thread -- found these 2 refer. (not original helper)parosteal osteochondromatous
Complete thread -- Would you just use the number after a colon ? ----- Vital signs: 66 inches
Complete thread -- I have some dictators that do that, have left it verbatim and it has never been (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- See inside. Can I leave Vitals: 66 inches; 265; 122/82; pulse 71; saturation 96.
Complete thread -- i keep wanting to do genitourinary though, but will keep it closer to what the doc says.
Complete thread -- yeah, that's what i'm thinking too. i'm going to do that. thanks.
Complete thread -- urogenital?
Complete thread -- See message for explanation...
Complete thread -- "uretogenital system"?
Complete thread -- Enter unknown abbreviations in MedLexicon above.
Complete thread -- Sigh. She changed it again. Think I am flagging. Thanks for the help everyone!
Complete thread -- Documentation please?
Complete thread -- Periosteal definition - Medical Dictionary definitions of popular ...Mar 22, 2011 ... Peri
Complete thread -- NM, going to flag.
Complete thread -- esp. this thread... see link
Complete thread -- see 'horses not zebras' in Search box, top left.
Complete thread -- As all things considered, it is probably benign and not a *“zebra”.*
Complete thread -- Tried to get workup out of it but can't.
Complete thread -- taking naproxen off and on. *Fu gop* was negative.
Complete thread -- do you mean you do not know what amyotrophic lateral sclerosis with quadriplegia is?
Complete thread -- amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Complete thread -- I still have no clue what ALS would stand for though:(
Complete thread -- Nm. I think she is saying ALS
Complete thread -- I see it now. Thanks again!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Where is doctor lookup? I do not see it above. thanks!
Complete thread -- has noted??
Complete thread -- Does the following make sense? Just started this report and it is in the admitting
Complete thread -- I'm not getting what you did. I see the doctor lookup box above, but
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- in about five or six days and is ____ some myalgias
Complete thread -- Generous
Complete thread -- Generous foraminotomy was performed
Complete thread -- For next time I entered Fairview and IL in the doctor lookup
Complete thread -- Thank you, too!
Complete thread -- parosteal
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- of the disk herniation. _____ foraminotomy was performed
Complete thread -- periosteal or parosteal. I see both in OneLook but can't figure out which one to use
Complete thread -- That is it!! Thanks!
Complete thread -- see message.
Complete thread -- Fairview Nursing Plaza, Inc.?
Complete thread -- excoriated?
Complete thread -- rest pain is the pain you have when at rest, not active... To me, it
Complete thread -- Yes, pain at rest vs. with activity
Complete thread -- Patient being discharged to....
Complete thread -- s/l rest pain
Complete thread -- male infertility, a "Krin-ell" procedure was suggested.
Complete thread -- A Taylor self-retaining retractor was inserted
Complete thread -- derm
Complete thread -- A _____ was inserted and a
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- Yep!! Saying valgus very fast. Thanks wag and eemjbh
Complete thread -- need to look up correct punctuation for "however"
Complete thread -- Does it sound like either varus or valgus?
Complete thread -- valgus stress test?
Complete thread -- sure s/l LS stress test
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- arteriovenous
Complete thread -- s/l axial venous system
Complete thread -- another idea, thanks!
Complete thread -- ? polyp
Complete thread -- could be, thanks for your input
Complete thread -- maybe nodule?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- missing word pls sm
Complete thread -- There are usually three port sites for cholecystectomies, if that helps. SM
Complete thread -- port site or sites sm
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- first would I believe would be bruits so (sm)
Complete thread -- dialysis patient. On PE of the extremities - see msg.
Complete thread -- agree, kitty. It docu's securely for me, tho cites = only # 97.,
Complete thread -- Thanks! (it wasn't "Halbin," I found)
Complete thread -- I believe I found it - Halban
Complete thread -- (tried, no luck, not even with "hat band" fashion.)
Complete thread -- hmmm,....just tryin' to visualize...How does one live "independent of daily living"? CAN
Complete thread -- s/l hallband?
Complete thread -- thanks for the tip!
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- need comma after D&C
Complete thread -- ThermaChoice
Complete thread -- wav help - D&C hysteroscopy with ____ ablation
Complete thread -- (sorry to post so late!) I think "lipoids" is correct. I know careless XS use of Vaseline
Complete thread -- yeah my thoughts exactly, if not for the fact that I am not 100% sure. thanks!
Complete thread -- that would make excellent sense, since potassium comes right after and usually Must be sup
Complete thread -- (charles, you prob know far more than I about adulthood "polypharmacy."
Complete thread -- can you hear "acetazolamide"?
Complete thread -- hmm,...apparently some think less stomach upset if K+ is micronized...(?)
Complete thread -- I'm actually hearing somewhere along "Sinemet or zee-lo-mide".
Complete thread -- Google of micronized potassium:it DOES exist. I didn't hear "micronized" so clearly as to
Complete thread -- micronized potassium? WAG. There should be no need for micronized K+, I'd think.
Complete thread -- help with medication, mp3 posted please
Complete thread -- couldn't agree with you more.. thanks
Complete thread -- (Surely he can afford a decent "dictaphone," no?:-) I hear "slightly on the left side"
Complete thread -- Google is great, but only if you know how to use it! Are you a student?
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- What does doc mean by "status post augment." "Augmentin"? some surgical augmentation?
Complete thread -- (wish I could...) imho, docs who decline to enunciate SHOULD receive plenty of blanks!!
Complete thread -- "augmentor"=very odd, unlikely, brand name. Maybe "an ought (zero) Mentor?
Complete thread -- Did find Mentor.
Complete thread -- thanks K
Complete thread -- thanks Margaret
Complete thread -- yes, it is okay. Occ one sees "pooling of saliva," but this=swallow-ogram; "food pooling"
Complete thread -- could it be a Mentor brand? patient does live in ohio and I am typing for UHHS in ohio?
Complete thread -- PLS? any suggestions for me with this one? have way too many blanks on this note.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- No. It's factor V Leiden.
Complete thread -- i am sorry it should read diagnoses not diagnosis as there is more than one.
Complete thread -- is factor capped in this dx? thanks again everyone. sorry to be a pest. :(
Complete thread -- Leave "the" lowercase and add a comma after pediatrician
Complete thread -- unable to document. see mess and thanks! s/l augmentor ?
Complete thread -- mine too but this is a letter. sorry for not telling you that poi and BB. SM
Complete thread -- that's how mine want it, but otherwise it would be one sentence.
Complete thread -- is this transcribed correctly? should I add another comma after Handicaps?
Complete thread -- my doctors want headings so I would break up.
Complete thread -- thanks Margaret. you are ever so helpful. All the time!!
Complete thread -- would u keep as 1 sentence or break into several sentences? see mess and ty
Complete thread -- word help please sm
Complete thread -- comma is incorrect; your preference (without comma) is correct.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- doctor stated to put a comma before because but that is incorrect right?
Complete thread -- active problem, number five.
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- Thanks billybob.
Complete thread -- small jaw, surgical scar present, and some...
Complete thread -- MOUTH/THROAT: He has a small jaw _____ present with some missing teeth.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- the 2nd time she says nose
Complete thread -- shape and symmetry
Complete thread -- EARS: Normal _____. No discharge. (She repeats this twice)
Complete thread -- "cast" is okay here. Cylindrical slough of dead canal epithelial cells en mass.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?"Colorado Rockies - crank, methamphetimines"
Complete thread -- s/l rocks ease
Complete thread -- conjunctival injection?
Complete thread -- casts? though cast may be okay. see 'casts' in Search box, top left.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Can't be sure. Sending it in.
Complete thread -- a long way from?
Complete thread -- Not pale, nonicteric, has no peripheral (evanginal parchie???).
Complete thread -- ENT question sm
Complete thread -- Okay, here's a cute one: Social History: Independent of daily living.
Complete thread -- The patient is _____ from baseline, not tolerating food well, also spitting up white
Complete thread -- if clearly states thermostat, I would change to thermometer as
Complete thread -- Thermostrip ® Moving Line Disposable Thermometer?
Complete thread -- everyone's input is helpful..no matter if it is correct or not
Complete thread -- dumb question
Complete thread -- haven't heard that either. I would have thought documented.
Complete thread -- He is ESL. Maybe they are used to him doubting plaque or something. He is new to me, new
Complete thread -- Sent this to QA yesterday after asking here. They came back with doubted plaque?
Complete thread -- Going to move on, just will leave a blank. Thank you though
Complete thread -- thanks for helping me but there is a definite "on"-type sound at end
Complete thread -- sounds better than my input, maybe I should not help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- only "nic" I can think of for pain control might be Mobic but try phonetic drug search
Complete thread -- NAC N-acetylcysteine
Complete thread -- stereo-optic?
Complete thread -- Is there such as thing as a "stereo-arm" used in thyroid surgery?
Complete thread -- s/l nic
Complete thread -- that sounds better than what I thought
Complete thread -- distal end of the clavicle?
Complete thread -- total thyroidectomy
Complete thread -- deltoid is what I was thinking but not enough surrounding words
Complete thread -- no previous Delta prosthesis known of, so don't think it's that. maybe slurred deltoid?
Complete thread -- excision of s/l (elta) and clavicle.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I wouldn't. It is in all caps on the Eucerin tube, but it is not trademarked or registere
Complete thread -- would you cap calming cream here? see message and thanks for helping me
Complete thread -- infliximab (INN; trade name Remicade) simply look up what Remicade IS.
Complete thread -- what is the generic of Remicade?
Complete thread -- s/l "infliction ad" injections
Complete thread -- Skip this. Adding more blanks to it already.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks so much. This is the whole report so far.
Complete thread -- I had trouble with it but got in, seems very slow.
Complete thread -- looked that way for a few minutes.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wrap or brace
Complete thread -- nope, went right there.
Complete thread -- I bet that's it. Thank you! I should have thought of it.
Complete thread -- Restuvus down?
Complete thread -- could be "metacarpal fracture brace" ...
Complete thread -- metacarpal s/l **raptor** brace
Complete thread -- This can be verified easily in any drug reference.
Complete thread -- I slowed it down and finally got it.
Complete thread -- absolutely...
Complete thread -- when abbrev grams it is a small (g) and not big (G) right?
Complete thread -- I listened multiple times and I still can't hear following.
Complete thread -- Thanks, just could not hear that.
Complete thread -- I would...
Complete thread -- following thoracentesis
Complete thread -- should i put a comma after Ahuja here? thanks!
Complete thread -- assessment added.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- might be trying for irritable myocardium
Complete thread -- Great! Thanks so much! ...
Complete thread -- He was also having *irritant myocardium* so he was put on
Complete thread -- Normally hear a ring-enhancing lesion
Complete thread -- ring enhancing lesion ...
Complete thread -- ENT says "reed (?) enhancing lesion in the right submandibular gla ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- AVMs ?
Complete thread -- A few s/l IVNs at the cecum were noted on last colonoscopy
Complete thread -- anti... yes... she repeats it later. TY you are correct.
Complete thread -- antihelix --pinna, a curved prominence of cartilage, parallel with and in front of the hel
Complete thread -- crust on his right ear above the helix and the s/l AV helix.
Complete thread -- I don't doubt that's how it's dictated, but it's your job to transcribe the CORRECT
Complete thread -- thanx a lot
Complete thread -- She is a past smoker. There has been no recent travel. No s/l "lipoids" to the
Complete thread -- history, using her arms and legs in coarse
Complete thread -- thats how its dictated
Complete thread -- That last sentence does NOT make sense whatsoever.
Complete thread -- yup that's it thanx
Complete thread -- choreiform
Complete thread -- Neuro PE s/l *Korea/car-ria
Complete thread -- washout is a noun; wash out is a verb
Complete thread -- Actually, OP could have searched the archives on this very board and found info.
Complete thread -- Did you google granufoam sponge and research it?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I think she must be saying liver.
Complete thread -- Oh no. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- GranuFoam
Complete thread -- s/l granufoam sponge
Complete thread -- debride?
Complete thread -- the wound and potentially *breathe*
Complete thread -- ischemic/necrotic *levuron*
Complete thread -- It is STILL not PEGged. The BoS frowns upon all of them. I don't know
Complete thread -- Is that what was dictated??? Check
Complete thread -- It is a made-up word no matter what you do...and if it's verbatim...see my link
Complete thread -- Have you googled your s/l?
Complete thread -- Lexus
Complete thread -- car accident
Complete thread -- BTW, I fixed AVIs to ABIs.
Complete thread -- Medication dictated
Complete thread -- Lower extremity arterial ultrasound to rule out peripheral vascular disease.
Complete thread -- thanks ...
Complete thread -- Elevated liver function test and ?
Complete thread -- Peptic ulcer?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Cardiac operation
Complete thread -- dang outta move to virginia huh, MTSOs think 3 and 4 is suitable for all this skill.,
Complete thread -- which part of Calif, may I ask?
Complete thread -- that's it and spelling is correct
Complete thread -- ck my spelling
Complete thread -- ahh, thanks
Complete thread -- desquamation
Complete thread -- skin exam
Complete thread -- Hits showing absent gradient in relation to aortic arch, so I'd think
Complete thread -- maybe due to stress or ulcer?
Complete thread -- colonic lesions though this could be due to _____ ulcer. Give that guy a blank.
Complete thread -- who was admitted -- now will listen
Complete thread -- the Foley was removed, and the patient was able to micturate well
Complete thread -- This could due to ____ ulcer.
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- micturate
Complete thread -- pneumonia
Complete thread -- foley was removed and patient was able to "mitrate" well
Complete thread -- question of using a singular or plural v erb when the s ubject has the word "n umber of"
Complete thread -- Too faint to hear at beginning and think at last, he is saying sm
Complete thread -- I charge .18 in Virginia, but am raising it to .20 this year, 65 cpl.
Complete thread -- I'm referring to rate for a transcription service here, not just an MT.
Complete thread -- Houston area top rate hsb 17/line for many years --doubt more than 15/line even in the sm
Complete thread -- .13 in California
Complete thread -- "was" refers to number
Complete thread -- What is your line count charge? Thx
Complete thread -- I use 65
Complete thread -- reposted as mp3
Complete thread -- Any input or help on determining going rate per 60 or 65 character line count? smg
Complete thread -- oops we posted at the same time sorry... will convert mine to mp3
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- I cannot rule out colonic lesions. This could due to _____ ulcer.
Complete thread -- Therefore, it appears that there was an extremely excessive number of treatments give
Complete thread -- Thanks will try that.
Complete thread -- ?stercoraceous ulcer
Complete thread -- uterine myoma?
Complete thread -- yes,
Complete thread -- got it, Cytotec. Thanks
Complete thread -- due to *stuckle or* ulcer
Complete thread -- thanks.. learned something new
Complete thread -- sounds like sinatec with a southern accent
Complete thread -- She did have a _____.
Complete thread -- it is scar
Complete thread -- traces
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I heard "he said himself"????
Complete thread -- Stool _____ are bright brown and sent for occult blood testing.
Complete thread -- that makes sense to me, the traces of stool on the glove after rectal exam
Complete thread -- not these, they don't
Complete thread -- I'd flag that one
Complete thread -- superimposed
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l epigastric sty
Complete thread -- med allergy list
Complete thread -- wav file. Thanks
Complete thread -- turning it in...so I'm flagging..thanks :)
Complete thread -- scheduled, that is :)
Complete thread -- The CT scan has been schedule for a *manual*...does this make sense?
Complete thread -- "luminal narrowing at the level of the splenic flexure"
Complete thread -- segment of luminal air ____ flexure, there is also a question
Complete thread -- s/l stool *traces* are bright brown
Complete thread -- pretty sure it's "in" PT
Complete thread -- epicondylitis, s/l NPT.
Complete thread -- chronic venous stasis changes with [s/l: impulse] cellulitis
Complete thread -- That poster never said IT HAD been taken care of. They made an IF
Complete thread -- anthroposis?
Complete thread -- I hear dysphoric sm
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- dysphoric
Complete thread -- one last wav.. thanks much!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- to be more active
Complete thread -- No,it has not been taken care of. How long been going on? years?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- WAG normal being 10.
Complete thread -- with normal being 10.
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- tyvm
Complete thread -- err on the side of
Complete thread -- err on the side
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- wav posted pls
Complete thread -- Aquaplast splint?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Mastisol and Steri-Strips were applied to the skin
Complete thread -- Omedia?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Cozaar, vitamin C, Cymbalta, *imedia*, and Provera.
Complete thread -- Archives seem to agree with you.
Complete thread -- oncoplastic?
Complete thread -- Could be gryphotic
Complete thread -- that's it. thank you for your help!
Complete thread -- cryptotic?
Complete thread -- how to write this
Complete thread -- s/l ocopretz reconstruction
Complete thread -- Just not getting this: s/l nails are thickened and grih-THAH-tick
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Not a problem
Complete thread -- Thanks. It didn't come up for me on Onelook, and
Complete thread -- due to mechanical reason
Complete thread -- History of failed left total knee arthroplasty _____ reason. ...
Complete thread -- I would leave as non-movable as this is an actual word in the dictionary
Complete thread -- soft tissue mass, which is
Complete thread -- wall = all
Complete thread -- I don't see that at wall..is it in this post?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- left main was xxxx 100% occluded... diagonal was filling antegrade(ly)..diagonal was ....
Complete thread -- DURING THIS HOSPITALIZATION: saphenous ...
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE PERFORMED DURING HIS HOSPITALIZATION: _____ graft angiograp ...
Complete thread -- Considering the patient’s cardiac history and necessity for cardiac cl ...
Complete thread -- no idea on s/l, but take out the redundant then; just say "next the reamer was placed"
Complete thread -- Last sentence is terribly redundant. Would take out the "thens" both places.
Complete thread -- wag: dysarthria?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Xgeva, link for archives.
Complete thread -- FINAL DIAGNOSES: 1. Hepatic encephalopathy. 2. Ascites. 3. ...
Complete thread -- s/l laid or weighed (hemiarthroplasty)
Complete thread -- can't find anything else though. :)
Complete thread -- hmm...maybe not. I missed the "within the sheath" part.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Does to me. Anyone else?
Complete thread -- s/l The tendons were tracking ulnarly. does that sound right?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- actually, it would. see message
Complete thread -- thank you, both!
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- They guy's name is Hawkins. So either Hawkins sign or if you do the ', Hawkins' sign.
Complete thread -- I've posted what I mean inside. I'm glad we can post more to it but sm
Complete thread -- That is so silly. If it was only 1 poster, don't you think it would have been taken care
Complete thread -- Hawkin's or Hawkins sign for shoulder?
Complete thread -- Meridia?
Complete thread -- Would "measures fluid density" make sense? Hmmmm
Complete thread -- fluid?
Complete thread -- I think it's Stamm.
Complete thread -- med s/l imedia
Complete thread -- 22-French s/l "even flow" catheter, can't document
Complete thread -- catheter placement s/l "stam" stitches
Complete thread -- You said down below "I'm actually sure he said Band-Aids..but is it
Complete thread -- L1-L2 (the / in inappropriate in that usage).
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Sorry, but that sentence makes no sense.
Complete thread -- Just a remark, but it did the same thing the last time you tried to post that. Maybe you
Complete thread -- lesions in the left kidney which measures s/l "flu" density
Complete thread -- try this link, it is much simpler
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- a 4K (K = potassium) bath.
Complete thread -- "full k BAS" (dialysis) sm
Complete thread -- Nope, still did not, so disregard no such thing as iV 4 score
Complete thread -- I just notice the post did not translate the text codes on this site sm
Complete thread -- deleting one post locks all the ones responding to it.
Complete thread -- sharing my notes on Glascow Coma Scale sm
Complete thread -- Lot of things "don't stop" around here. Wish some other things would stop, but I'm not
Complete thread -- Don't think he wants to or would doncha think.
Complete thread -- Don't think it stops, just makes her more determined. Has it stopped, EVER, nope
Complete thread -- It won't matter if it is locked ASAP, whether it is 1 or a million. And BB has
Complete thread -- Actually, I truly believe it is ONE POSTER, posting over and over, YES
Complete thread -- If they could be locked before they get outta control.
Complete thread -- Also, if BB would delete all posts, the offending one and the ones sm
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- Ignoring the trash and reporting as abusive is the best option.
Complete thread -- Agreed. He probably means treatment from various hospital areas.
Complete thread -- remaining? residual?
Complete thread -- ? Biaxin - see message
Complete thread -- commenting on your visual-- too funny...
Complete thread -- Oh, just saw your barrier, too. Thanks for the confirmation! ;)
Complete thread -- I think I found it-- barrier? Thanks, als, for trying, though. :)
Complete thread -- barrier
Complete thread -- buried?
Complete thread -- Thanks--I'm going to listen for that.
Complete thread -- What she SAYS is " confused instead. I put "bandages" because I thought I might be hearing
Complete thread -- Thanks--I will listen for that.
Complete thread -- Feel stupid! sterile s/l berry dressing was placed over the wound??
Complete thread -- putting her on Citracal and s/l bacin in order to try and regulate her ...
Complete thread -- Did you read the ??..?? post where she said her REAL problem lay?
Complete thread -- No truer words have ever been spoken. Feeding trolls in ANY form
Complete thread -- Really? I've only been successful with the 1- and 2-word versions.
Complete thread -- and. Reference Range. < 30 mg/g: Normal ... Measurement of the microalbumin/creatinine rat
Complete thread -- Not really. link
Complete thread -- Access Devices Bard® M.R.I.® Port
Complete thread -- Patient presents for followup after his left thoracoscopy with pleurod ...
Complete thread -- just want to make sure I am right: M.R.I. port placement (not MRI)??
Complete thread -- microalbumin creatinine ratio s/l 2776. Does this sound correct?
Complete thread -- thanks, billybob; will put that under consideration. This same dictator, (ESL/Hispanic)
Complete thread -- intra (within, not between); "intra-hospital" is a bit less intrusive.
Complete thread -- I have a dictator who says "interhospitalary treatment" as in...
Complete thread -- If GCS OP is still hanging around, try 7T, see reply below.
Complete thread -- Try 7T. A total of 7 and the T = means the patient has had to be intubated!
Complete thread -- Well, sometimes I know it helps me to let off a little steam. When I find a rant that is
Complete thread -- not helpful, but eyes 4, verbal 5, and motor 6. SM
Complete thread -- The problem is, we are adults and should be trusted to monitor ourselves. It breaks my
Complete thread -- I think one way to quiet the monster is to not feed it. Even
Complete thread -- It takes thick skin to hang on because people are anon behind their computers sm
Complete thread -- germane?
Complete thread -- Thanks. It is actually a full moon tonight so maybe you've got it.
Complete thread -- Your question was perfectly clear. I don't know what is wrong with people today.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Lo. I was beginning to wonder if my question wasn't clear.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! DITTO, DITTO, DITTO! :)
Complete thread -- that one would make me feel uncertain enough to leave a blank.
Complete thread -- If you do not want to read my rant, do not look any further.
Complete thread -- I know that 14-15 is normal, but this patient has a score which is dictated as seven two.
Complete thread -- Did you not read the inside message? it clearly says bandaids or bandages
Complete thread -- s/l German speech difficulty
Complete thread -- That is what the poster told you. 14-15 is normal.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I'm asking how to transcribe a score of seven two.
Complete thread -- V.Pyle says 7 and below is patient is comatose; 14-15 is normal
Complete thread -- DEXA?
Complete thread -- GCS score is dictated as seven two. Would that be 7.2?
Complete thread -- using that method for surgery and if not visibility, will switch to C-arm
Complete thread -- where / how is the s/l being used though?
Complete thread -- woman is pregnant at the time of surgery as well
Complete thread -- scan for fixation of ankle fracture s/l zye/zaya scan
Complete thread -- the archives are indexed 5 ways SM
Complete thread -- She asked "Band-Aids or bandaids", nothing about bandages
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you both so much. nm
Complete thread -- You can only do 1- and 2-word searches at a time here, and when
Complete thread -- Under "Word Board" at the top, type what you want to search in
Complete thread -- I don't understand how to research a phrase on this board.
Complete thread -- Dpendence in this case means hanging or dangling and use is obvious
Complete thread -- flagging...:)
Complete thread -- And then we have Darlene and Win
Complete thread -- spider veins - dependency and use?
Complete thread -- kind of looks like "stay in the Dynasplint" to me
Complete thread -- s/l statadine splint? Googled and found nothing
Complete thread -- You could be right. Thanks.
Complete thread -- account? (history of it from the patient).
Complete thread -- Then the tenaculum was placed... then the rectus muscle...
Complete thread -- OBGYN word help - sm
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- Then, ____ was placed on the fascial incision ...and then the _____ muscle unde
Complete thread -- thanks.. knowing somebody understood makes it all better.
Complete thread -- Affect is described by labelling the apparent emotion conveyed by the person's nonverbal b
Complete thread -- I would say fairly labile, as verbally doesn't fit context of affect.
Complete thread -- thanks Darlene. I'll just have to flag it.
Complete thread -- WHAT????!!!!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- Consider the source!
Complete thread -- WTH????!!!
Complete thread -- It was obvious to me what you were looking for
Complete thread -- I can hear it now. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think verbally labile is okay. By history, prob.reading past history of pt.
Complete thread -- okay, enough! moving on... thanks again.
Complete thread -- Yes, yelling and calling people names was such a mature thing to do.
Complete thread -- She was asking if it was one of those or the other. Sweetie.
Complete thread -- such rubbish.. what an immature thing to do!
Complete thread -- You first.
Complete thread -- GO AWAY. CONSTANT TROUBLE MAKER. GET A LIFE.
Complete thread -- lumbar bracing
Complete thread -- Wav file help please............ sm
Complete thread -- thanks, but I can't find anything.
Complete thread -- I don't understand if you're saying you're going with "bandages" (generic)
Complete thread -- His range of affect by history is sometimes *verbally* labile. Seems
Complete thread -- blah, blah, blah
Complete thread -- Sorry. I hate it when someone ASSumes that just because they don't like a ?, they have
Complete thread -- Don't let the detractors spoil your day. There are "good" helpers here
Complete thread -- Band-Aid bandages (there is more than one kind? link
Complete thread -- opps, hate it when people starts arguing because of a question stupid or not. thanks
Complete thread -- load reduction doesn't make sense in this context.
Complete thread -- s/l Sponvesel yumphee maneuver. Found this, not sure helpful sm
Complete thread -- It looks to me like she is asking Band-Aids or should I say bandages. This person said to
Complete thread -- WAG spontaneous Valsalva maneuver?
Complete thread -- "sponvesel yumphe maneuver" see inside
Complete thread -- cokes = more than 1 coke
Complete thread -- qtips = more than 1 qtip?
Complete thread -- I'd question it too; could it be load reduction?
Complete thread -- Duh! I just googled it a different way and found it, so it's okay! (That always
Complete thread -- ?????????????
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? GI note for elderly male. EGD revealed...
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? GI note for elderly male. EGD revealed...
Complete thread -- U must be off-shores if U haven't heard of Band-Aids; our TV commercials R full of them.
Complete thread -- bandaids = more than 1 bandaid
Complete thread -- And also when you post a question, put s/l or ** before and after the
Complete thread -- You had put Band-Aids/bandages
Complete thread -- then why did you put "bandages" in your original question? And what are "bandaids"?
Complete thread -- If you're never sure of whether they use a brand name or generic, always use generic. BTW
Complete thread -- Band-Aid is the registered trademark brand name
Complete thread -- ??
Complete thread -- Whatever was dictated/said by the author.
Complete thread -- word help please sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I'd leave it as dictated "him or herself".
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- Yes to your question.
Complete thread -- TYVM
Complete thread -- sentence look okay
Complete thread -- I would have left it blank, using the thought process that he
Complete thread -- It enter too soon...per Dorland's 30th Edition
Complete thread -- No. You are showing it correctly.
Complete thread -- cushingoid appearance (Is cushingoid capped) Tia
Complete thread -- carrying out
Complete thread -- "the surgery that you are planning presents no...."
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- was already(?) described, and good biopsies
Complete thread -- flagged thanks
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- should i type the following under current medications or just flag?
Complete thread -- s/l dalcon
Complete thread -- Got it. It's Simply Thick.
Complete thread -- 5 m/o with chronic reflux. Mother tried s/l Simply Six, but it caused constipation.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- actually, in imaging, when something becomes opaque on the
Complete thread -- sharing my list of meds, pulmonary hypertension sm
Complete thread -- opaqued and opacified about same meaning, may be dictator "word" style
Complete thread -- thanks. I'll flag this one, very confusing. Appreciate your help though.
Complete thread -- hmm, close as I could find is Deka(brand) make somehow throwing in Guai(fenesin) ? sm
Complete thread -- drug that s/l Garadecka ? sm for sentence please
Complete thread -- opacified?
Complete thread -- s/l *opaqued* does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- Started on s/l atrebo for pulmonary hypertension.
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- I would also place "and" between position and prepped.
Complete thread -- Here's my take...
Complete thread -- Does it seem like I put commas and periods in correct places? Thanks
Complete thread -- No, he's only talking about her shoulder. Thanks. I will flag.
Complete thread -- Is it possible she also has a Haglund's deformity? I mean maybe he is talking about
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- nah, it is the same "one poster", been raging 4 weeks, thinks fools everybody, NOT
Complete thread -- Thank you. Definitely hear an "H" sound at beginning.
Complete thread -- It's a panel of lab tests SMA-12 -sm
Complete thread -- Sprengel's deformity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaSprengel's defo ...
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- s/l *SMA* ... Any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- paretic
Complete thread -- s/l *puratic*, any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- Someone is sure being fooled if they think it is just one poster!
Complete thread -- if you can't do an "umlaut," then Korner becomes Koerner anyway.
Complete thread -- THat's it, thank you!!
Complete thread -- I'ts the SERIAL poster, tries to make believe multiple posters doing it
Complete thread -- I didn't say that and you KNOW it. It isn't OK to jump on anyone and
Complete thread -- rotator?
Complete thread -- I'd listen for rotator interval
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Ooooh I see. It was OKAY to jump on the other one but not WIn?
Complete thread -- I am confident now that it is *drain.* Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- That's what it is, *drilling.* I corrected to Henle. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Thank you! That must be it.
Complete thread -- I really think it's drain, see post below, I looked up this surgery
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- my Stedman's ENT book says Henle, no "y."
Complete thread -- No, not Win, see if my moniker comes up, it won't be Win's.
Complete thread -- OK, I searched for this type of surgery, and they do put a drain
Complete thread -- I would use lower case. However, your account may require that you expand it.
Complete thread -- sounds like it could be that, he kind of cuts it off a little
Complete thread -- I can't hear what was placed into the mastoid. Please see msg.
Complete thread -- Is it subq or Subq?
Complete thread -- maybe drain, but that's a total guess, not familiar with this at all.
Complete thread -- My 4th ed. Stedman's Plastic Surgery, ENT, Dentistry shows..
Complete thread -- give it up win. we all know it IS you...plantar's WORT!! LMAO!!!!
Complete thread -- Could it be "drilling was begun, spine of Henley." ?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help. I will have to type up everything again real quick
Complete thread -- "spine of Henle" is there, but I can't get what comes before that.
Complete thread -- This is the same mastoid surgery as below. Pls. see message
Complete thread -- Please see message and wav
Complete thread -- That doesn't make it OK to attack Win here.
Complete thread -- Well really did you not see how everyone jumped over that 1 poster? THAT was uncalled for
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- It was a personal attack on another poster. Not appropriate.
Complete thread -- Oh my! That was not rude at all.
Complete thread -- LMAO!! Love it!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- Unkind, uncalled for, and altogether inappropriate. Stop it.
Complete thread -- I didn't think it was you. It made too much sense.
Complete thread -- Do you really care? Seriously? You need a life then
Complete thread -- I didn't think it was you either Win
Complete thread -- Who in thunderation thinks I made a comment below? I haven't been on this board sm
Complete thread -- You can type it into Google IMAGES and see an actual picture of the package
Complete thread -- answered above
Complete thread -- if you search 17.2 mg in Search box, it gives a suggestion
Complete thread -- CONTEXT SUCH AS Diagnoses, etc
Complete thread -- Sennosides. Sennosides are the chemical constituents of the herb senna. Senna is found in
Complete thread -- It's Nurolon and is brand-named; see sutures in Stedman's Equip. Word Book buy it sm
Complete thread -- in a list of meds s/l *sen-a-cide capsules 17.2 mg
Complete thread -- nurulon or nurolon
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- nurulon
Complete thread -- You seem to be the same poster, posting over and over, not getting it. It isn't rocket
Complete thread -- sorry, that should be your issue. whoops to me.
Complete thread -- You obviously cannot discuss and apparently
Complete thread -- Which ones and why?
Complete thread -- To which poster are you referring? I think you are really scary!
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both! I'll go back for yet another listen. : )
Complete thread -- the ah is probably ah pseudomonas say the sentence out loud
Complete thread -- a pseudomonas growing
Complete thread -- I agree, I would fire too. Stupid petty b-crap. Either do as asked by the policy makers
Complete thread -- Continued on Zosyn & vancomycin for wound infection as he had *ah-cee-doe-monas* ....
Complete thread -- These little barbs are quite amusing. Do you have account specs? Are you following them?
Complete thread -- Okay already. The same poster who has posted over and over and over
Complete thread -- I doubt it, but whatever. Either documentable information is there or it isn't. You
Complete thread -- Rite Aid Col-Rite Stool Softener
Complete thread -- Soooo glad I do not work with any of you!! I would fire you all in a heartbeat!
Complete thread -- tailored?
Complete thread -- How sad for YOU. I do not understand why this continues to be an issue. It is no big deal
Complete thread -- post pull chest x-ray
Complete thread -- geared
Complete thread -- s/l gator?
Complete thread -- oohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.....
Complete thread -- Oh, sweetie? Did we lose you? Sweetie? No clever, witty, snappy retort?
Complete thread -- Methinks they got fried in that fray. :D
Complete thread -- fray (sorry, couldn't resist)
Complete thread -- Flair for the dramatic. LOL. You're killing me. Gasp!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks will listen for that.
Complete thread -- Yeppers! Absolutely.
Complete thread -- You obviously are so out of the loop, it is not even funny. Maybe you should read the BoS.
Complete thread -- Yes, that is what I am trying to say. They need to check the BoS and other references.
Complete thread -- s/l *col right* for bowel movements.
Complete thread -- Oh sweetie are you serious? You must not have the most recent edition then. Very sad!
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- New to the frey, the point is, either is fine, depending on what is dictated or account
Complete thread -- Stedman's DROPPED all the eponyms back when the BoS made their first
Complete thread -- No dear. It was not me. You need to check Dorland's, Bell's. And the BoS,
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help....it was Mother gave him...wouldn't have got it without your suggesti
Complete thread -- Methinks this must be Win. Who else would give such an answer but the plantar'S WORT!
Complete thread -- Oh dear. She is BAAACK. NO IT IS NOT 'S. Look in Stedman's.
Complete thread -- cilostazol (Brand name: Pletal)
Complete thread -- What was dictated and is it okay to use both for your account specs. If the doctor
Complete thread -- medication word help - sm
Complete thread -- He has been taking...? or he has been getting? or he has begun taking?
Complete thread -- s/l betagate
Complete thread -- QA at it again
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- kg of body weight might sound better,
Complete thread -- *per kg body weight*, did i transcribe correctly? Thanks
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- and, at times may hear HER-2/neu immunohistochemical stain (IMH)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- reticent
Complete thread -- s/l redisent
Complete thread -- Oh, thank you!! ...
Complete thread -- CVA of the right basal ganglia
Complete thread -- elderly VA hospital patient
Complete thread -- Guess we're all stumped!!!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Mesalt
Complete thread -- wound dehiscence - consider s/l "KNEE SALT PACKING"
Complete thread -- I think so too. thanks!
Complete thread -- has to be just stuttering/hesitating over Bell's palsy
Complete thread -- tia
Complete thread -- s/l hook weave (see msg)
Complete thread -- colovesicular?
Complete thread -- COLOCUTANEOUS AND *COLAMASCULAR* FISTULA
Complete thread -- Shouldn't include patient's name.
Complete thread -- ?Spurling's (vertex compression test for cervical radicular pain)
Complete thread -- s/l spur-lux
Complete thread -- nevermind later on spelled by physician
Complete thread -- s/l ippo-dough-sick-light-ihs
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- please help me make sense of sentence
Complete thread -- Okay...it's time for me to go to bed. You're absolutely right. Thanks!
Complete thread -- it is being dictated under Extremities, and it could be *dorsal leg* based on s/l
Complete thread -- Spenco
Complete thread -- I wish there was a subheading. See below.
Complete thread -- never mind. Spenco
Complete thread -- under what sub-heading is it dictated? HEENT:? ABDOMEN:? BACK? etc?
Complete thread -- I have made a heel lift out of cork and s/l spanko, temporary device.
Complete thread -- sorry - i posted this twice
Complete thread -- s/l "dorsa-lack"
Complete thread -- s/l mid-right "dorsa-lack"
Complete thread -- will flag thanks
Complete thread -- is there a med that s/l fish-eel (not sure if trying to say fish oil)
Complete thread -- it is immunostain. not amino
Complete thread -- thanks a million!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- amino
Complete thread -- P.S. I think it's a capital R, someone's name.
Complete thread -- remplissage, found by searching -- pure luck, never heard of it before
Complete thread -- This is Her-2/neu _________stain positive 3+ strongly. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Warthin–Starry stain.
Complete thread -- demonstrting invasive adenocarcinoma heliobacter type organism present ...
Complete thread -- orthopedic procedure
Complete thread -- W/out hearing it, can't be sure. New dictator?, relisten several times sm
Complete thread -- I'd listen for incompetent. New sentence, Using a Kocher, we were etc
Complete thread -- OMG. VR put "The "Dr. Quinn" aneurysm was also appreciated," and it was supposed to
Complete thread -- funny
Complete thread -- check these out
Complete thread -- Wonder if that was a name they used to test the file? Doesn't seem
Complete thread -- cannot stop giggling. I was browsing through our database of doctor names, trying to
Complete thread -- Never mind. It's Tietze syndrome.
Complete thread -- Has anybody ever heard of what sounds like Tee Tee syndrome?
Complete thread -- found it, is coumadin anticoagulation, he has very heavy accent, thanks for help
Complete thread -- s/l *coronary artery correlation*, does this make sense? Thanks
Complete thread -- YES thank you!!!
Complete thread -- luminal dilatation of the LAD (left anterior descending) of 50%, the circumflex artery of
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- luminal dilatation or dilation, circumflex artery.
Complete thread -- two s/l, pls sm
Complete thread -- duplex velocity criteria (saying velocitic?)?
Complete thread -- thickening in the distal common carotid artery on the cartoid bulb. (see rest of
Complete thread -- ok thanks.
Complete thread -- usually hear amount and epinephrine is not capped. or could hear
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- I found "NSP" in previous reports from same doc, emailed supe to ask what that stands for
Complete thread -- inserted the IM adapter withs/l "5 degree right medial" for 5 degrees of valgus
Complete thread -- medial collateral ligament and it was s/l "incontinent" (not saying "intact") through
Complete thread -- Argh! Too many letters sound alike! Pt danger to self, had to be placed on *NST*?
Complete thread -- Can hear it clear as a bell now, never would have gotten it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- bile stained?
Complete thread -- AFI? amniotic fluid index was 8?
Complete thread -- that's what I figured as well.
Complete thread -- Pt has NG tube which has drained about 250 mL of bilious "bio-change" gastric content
Complete thread -- The ultrasound was done by xxx.
Complete thread -- Is there a sentence before that?
Complete thread -- maybe just giving an example of the dimension being about the size of a plum?
Complete thread -- The *exit site* was 8. The placenta is normal in appearance.
Complete thread -- sounds like a large plum
Complete thread -- varenicline
Complete thread -- ed s/l "vare in sleen"
Complete thread -- I would go with first listing, assuming this is a title/heading?
Complete thread -- I agree wutg eenhbh. EIF echogenic intracardiac focus (ultrasound)sm & link
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Gastrografin?
Complete thread -- fluid in the surrounding area, *flactic* gastrin level is essentially
Complete thread -- I really am not sure what you mean, but they might even want it in all caps.
Complete thread -- when typing letter should title first letters be in uppercase
Complete thread -- Even if it is, you do NOT put 's!!!
Complete thread -- maybe spelling ASA DVU?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- thankl you
Complete thread -- legionella?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- yes, I'd change to the correct plural.
Complete thread -- Zithromax *ascugenelli urine* antigen
Complete thread -- plantar -- on the sole of the foot. It is NOT possessive.
Complete thread -- http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=condyloma&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq=
Complete thread -- Pt had several cauliflower-like anal *condyloma.* This surgeon repeatedly
Complete thread -- ahh, he is saying 03/16
Complete thread -- Blood cultures *three sixty* negative x2...
Complete thread -- sickle cell *3 plus*
Complete thread -- Laboratory values reveal a hip x-ray shows no
Complete thread -- a hip x-ray shows no acute
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- HECK, even Dorland's has it as just plantar wart! Win!
Complete thread -- I swear, Win, I doubt "plantar's wort" was EVER correct, even
Complete thread -- I also agree with this one.
Complete thread -- Values reveal a ____ shows no acute abnormalities
Complete thread -- Never heard of that before.
Complete thread -- ?etomidate
Complete thread -- ketamine?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l *ataminate*, any ideas? pls sm,thanks
Complete thread -- No 's. Plantar Warts Removal, Causes, Treatment, Symptoms, Signs and ...Plantar warts gro
Complete thread -- not if it is not dictated, Documentation in Stedman's. etc.
Complete thread -- most likely Timolol eye drops
Complete thread -- no idea on s/l, but plantar's wort (possessive
Complete thread -- timeral eye drops sm
Complete thread -- s/l assay dvu
Complete thread -- Yes, I think that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- flexed?
Complete thread -- Walked with a steady gait, although somewhat *um floxed.* He maintained...
Complete thread -- thanks to all. ...
Complete thread -- medial
Complete thread -- or medial? again wagging.
Complete thread -- mesial vessel? (where I work, MPJ would have to be expanded in a procedure/op)
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks!
Complete thread -- foot toe surg
Complete thread -- eukaryotic translation initiation factor (eIF)?
Complete thread -- Please listen to .wav file. sm
Complete thread -- I saw that, but this seems to be a diagnosis of some type, but thanks.
Complete thread -- EIF echogenic intracardiac focus ?
Complete thread -- resident who is abbreviation CRAZY. the patient is in to have her baby and she has e
Complete thread -- thanks... he did change his mind on this one
Complete thread -- have no idea how I got this s/l, but it is thoracic outlet syndrome
Complete thread -- ??*but clearly it was captured*?? it was just coming from
Complete thread -- I think it's haloperidol...thank you!
Complete thread -- not clear if this was cancer... JUST a HINT. If you're posting WAVs on ESLs, PLEASE
Complete thread -- WAGs - Haldol oral?; haloperidol?
Complete thread -- coming close to the hepatic flexure. _____ from the wall of the colon
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- He is bipolar and this morning, refused to take his Cogentin and Haldol "ray-a."
Complete thread -- thoracic outlet syndrome
Complete thread -- s/l bres galla syndrome
Complete thread -- I can't understand the words, but meaning=approx "dissecting it from duodenum,"
Complete thread -- to take down the hepatic flexure ____ duodenum and then
Complete thread -- possibly (sm)
Complete thread -- and septic shock...Parkinson tremor...
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- dispensed (he gave some to the patient)
Complete thread -- He is dispensed a small piece
Complete thread -- Acticoat dressing ___ a small piece of Acticoat
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I would move comma--dilated bowel proximal, collapse distally.
Complete thread -- That's it...Thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Mic-Key?
Complete thread -- s/l *dilated bowel, proximal collapse distally*, does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- I think you've got it right.
Complete thread -- Old G-tube was replaced with a "mixed-type" or "mixide" tube, 24 French.
Complete thread -- some time and not sometime?
Complete thread -- link to yesterdays discussion
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- VsNCT
Complete thread -- test of lumbar/lower extremities s/l "VSMPT" testing - not EMG/NCV
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sighhhhhh Then don't use it. I honestly do not care.
Complete thread -- You need to listen again then.
Complete thread -- Sorry, but that is just too weird to me. I would say it is a department, but can't think
Complete thread -- Hit enter too soon, hold for low blood pressure. I didn't hear
Complete thread -- regard. (period). It is not clear from the record whether he is still taking Januvia
Complete thread -- Your first s/l goes with metoprolol, hold forNot clear from the record.
Complete thread -- Is there a sound file for this? If not, could you please give a s/l?
Complete thread -- sounds fine. she was directed by her physician to have it. by direction, that is if you
Complete thread -- CURRENT MEDICATIONS: 1. Coumadin 7.5 mg daily. 2. Sotalol 120 ...
Complete thread -- ? if retreat
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No, ? if saying Dr.
Complete thread -- phlebotomy q.8 weeks.
Complete thread -- s/l *direction*.. Does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- She has _____.
Complete thread -- thank you8
Complete thread -- just like that.
Complete thread -- who do i transcribe "plus" conjunctival pallor? Thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- as in a sweat lodge type of ceremony. maybe
Complete thread -- narcotic addict on Suboxone
Complete thread -- I would go with absence.
Complete thread -- a rotator cuff tear?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- s/l equivocal?
Complete thread -- and HER-2/neu immunostains _____ at 2+;
Complete thread -- Flagging
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- ductal cell carcinoma _____ 7 mm with hormone
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- to me s/l she is saying "ah some" or really just "some"
Complete thread -- noted to have ______ abnormality
Complete thread -- s/l he is saying "a few months of some mild periperhal edema"
Complete thread -- his ankles... forgot to write this one :)
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- left clavicectomy and depression of shoulder and repair of "a rid a tiv curve tea"
Complete thread -- improved for urosepsis
Complete thread -- iodinated gauze???
Complete thread -- insufficiency improved _____ urosepsis with negative blood culture,
Complete thread -- Thanks adding wav above
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear "arrest active phase of labor" (he says "foz" for phase)
Complete thread -- arrest active phase of labor? (longer sound clip and surrounding info might be helpful)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- arrest _____ labor. ...
Complete thread -- Wound care clinic doc with british accent. s/l hydronated gauze. SM TIA
Complete thread -- infant's head with tight cord around the neck, infant's head was delivered atraumatically
Complete thread -- Chronic daily headaches plus migraines
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE: The patient was taken to the operating room. Epidural ane ...
Complete thread -- Duplex scan shows moderate narrowing of the right "sessile" carotid artery.
Complete thread -- stabilized at 10 because of the hydration, dilutional drop (?)
Complete thread -- anidulafungin...it is an AB injection
Complete thread -- WAG acute renal insufficiency, improvement of urosepsis...
Complete thread -- enoxaparin
Complete thread -- s/l anoxiparin injection and he has two days worth of s/l anoxiparin left.
Complete thread -- acute renal insufficiency improved *soft* urosepsis with negative blood
Complete thread -- thought that too, but there is definitely a short i sound (like is) in there
Complete thread -- Because of the hydration, _____. For the patient’s Parkinson’s
Complete thread -- The first thing that came to mind was Os-Cal
Complete thread -- Name of medication: s/l "nis-cal", "bis-cal", "vis-cal" or "dis-cal" (French ESL doc)
Complete thread -- NM going to flag. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Has me stumped, too...could it be something "plus" renal failure
Complete thread -- WAG 40%
Complete thread -- s/b undergoing not underlying
Complete thread -- Patient has *40 Pez* renal failure and is in need of dialysis.
Complete thread -- ah, "simple." thank you very much.
Complete thread -- placed on a simple coating agent (what I hear)
Complete thread -- MP3, area between asterisks.
Complete thread -- no. that's not how it went at all. good guess, though. The doc is just very frustrated
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- doc correcting by restating.. started saying "try to.." changed midstream "attempt to try"
Complete thread -- okay, this guy is frustrated tonight. "We will try to attempt to try to obtain some
Complete thread -- I hear "right wrist fracture, status post fix" but not clear enough for comfort, would lea
Complete thread -- that's what I hear, too
Complete thread -- knee replacement, right-sided
Complete thread -- in so far as his PSA level ....
Complete thread -- I think they were trying to teach them how NOT to post an
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- I don't know, but that "knee replacement" and right foot?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sorry, going too fast for me. But, you might want to add the word "ago" in #4...radiation
Complete thread -- she did tolerate a liquid lunch and she feels good, without any nausea, chest pain, ....
Complete thread -- 3. Vertigo, chronic. 4. Breast cancer, status post surgery and ra ...
Complete thread -- At this point, the patient had episodes of nausea in the morning, but ...
Complete thread -- sheesh. never mind. asterixis.
Complete thread -- I know I have had this word at least once before, but I cannot seem to bring it to
Complete thread -- moving on
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I found one site that said: You could take a turn for the worse, but it might not be for
Complete thread -- office to have the staple removed.
Complete thread -- Is that a posting rule? Does it really matter? Nobody uses their name anyway.
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- DISPOSITION: She was discharged home to be seen in office. _____ rem ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- both are used in google, worse is more common
Complete thread -- i hear epidural
Complete thread -- Good idea. Go study a dictionary.
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating room under continuous _________ ...
Complete thread -- tears? or tiers? protocol
Complete thread -- Even though Name box is above Subject box, start your reply in the SUBJECT box and end in
Complete thread -- he then took a turn for the worst. or worse?
Complete thread -- Ranawat
Complete thread -- thanks poi.
Complete thread -- s/ Ranwat angle was approximately 45 degress. Could not find this.
Complete thread -- you!!!!!!! Bless you!
Complete thread -- she was first started due to
Complete thread -- one more mp3, just needs confirmation
Complete thread -- The AQUAMANTYS® System by Salient Surgical TechnologiesThe use of a bi ...
Complete thread -- We gained hemostasis using s/l ocumentus system.
Complete thread -- I guess .. thanks for trying
Complete thread -- what I hear too.. thanks
Complete thread -- hmmm...can't find anything...sorry
Complete thread -- s/l stir-lid
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- albuterol inhaler more often at work. she does have a ?propane buffer? ...at night, but no
Complete thread -- propane buffer at this site??...(what I hear, not sure it makes sense)
Complete thread -- That sure sounds condescending, but hey, you're welcome.
Complete thread -- the audio isn't working for me... are you sure you uploaded it right?
Complete thread -- since Thanksgiving of last year.
Complete thread -- In retrospect now, it appears that she may have been developing sympto ...
Complete thread -- mp3 posted please
Complete thread -- yes, i think so... we typed at the same time here. thanks though!
Complete thread -- oh! it must be SC for "squamous cell".
Complete thread -- sc may be squamous cell
Complete thread -- SCCA? SC CA? or something else?
Complete thread -- will listen for that thank you
Complete thread -- I hear - spironolactone was subsequently changed for(said on) furosemide etc
Complete thread -- thanks, poi!! :)
Complete thread -- yep, that's it. Oh, being new on an account..joy, joy! LOL
Complete thread -- How can it be "consistent with prior..." if there never was a prior?
Complete thread -- spitting
Complete thread -- ohh...just found spitting?
Complete thread -- postop exam-- labial excision-- does suture spinning make sense?
Complete thread -- help with medication, mp3 posted please
Complete thread -- Thank you! ;)
Complete thread -- Margaret you are incredible. Thanks bunches. Kudos to you!!!
Complete thread -- doc is correct. Adverb (often ends -ly) required to modify adjective "adjacent" note sp.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I'm a newbie with this account, so I was clueless! :P
Complete thread -- wag: anesthesia, wearing pulse oximetry and blood pressure monitoring,
Complete thread -- Doc says immediately adajacent cyst-- is this okay? Or immediate?
Complete thread -- No, but I certainly will next time...thank you too!
Complete thread -- That is great---thank you!!
Complete thread -- s/l warm pulse oximetry
Complete thread -- Noun, 1. lion-jaw forceps - a type of forceps. forceps - an extractor consisting of a pair
Complete thread -- Context would indicate it is the facility you are typing for NOW.
Complete thread -- did you try Search, top left corner?
Complete thread -- The fragment was first held to the main proximal fragment with K-wires and
Complete thread -- Searched, no luck. Just a wag: "Kidney disease by history"?
Complete thread -- (duh is me!) I intended to type hypokalemia, not hypovolemia.
Complete thread -- me too, I hear ? Metzger but don't find the rest in michigan google
Complete thread -- (the HCTZ strips both Na and K from body; apparently pt has hypovolemia on the combo.)
Complete thread -- eukalemia. Doc's own word-coining. It makes sense, & follows rules. I'd let him have it.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I have concluded that is exactly what he is doing. LOL that and making me crazy.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- :D If some of us ain't arguing, we ain't happy. lol
Complete thread -- Metz???? Rehabilitation...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- rehabilitation
Complete thread -- Michigan is a fairly large state?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- moving on as well :D .. argument not necessary but thanks much for the help
Complete thread -- That was the conclusion I came to, that he was just dragging it out with
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 57-year-old male who returns to visit ______ ...
Complete thread -- With the way he talks could be. Not sure. It is almost like 2 words, but again the sm
Complete thread -- sounds like "noted" to me too.
Complete thread -- wag-several?
Complete thread -- we didn't assume anything, the dictator did when he said "consistent with
Complete thread -- GENITOURINARY: Gravida 5, para 5. Surgical menopausal. _____ years ago.
Complete thread -- okey dokey. Bye-bye.
Complete thread -- You very clearly did assume it. But deny that, if you must.
Complete thread -- I didn't assume anything. _____ wire consistent with prior open heart surgery. but
Complete thread -- Not at all obvious. You assumed pt had had surgery.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Well I didn't get the dark urine. Helpers did on that one. Thanks.
Complete thread -- okey dokey.... :/ "_____ wire consistent with prior open heart surgery."
Complete thread -- Yes. Did you? Where does it say pt had open heart surgery?
Complete thread -- Yea I got the second one: jaundice or dark urine
Complete thread -- Don't humor her by acknowledging such garbage. Someone obviously got up on the wrong side
Complete thread -- Yes thanks
Complete thread -- a noted sternotomy wire?
Complete thread -- Thank you for your cruelty. My husband passed away a few months ago and I have been sm
Complete thread -- did you read the OP's ? "_____ wire consistent with prior open heart surgery. "
Complete thread -- I'll second that wow.
Complete thread -- euvolemic / euvolemia
Complete thread -- he didn't say he had open heart surgery, maybe history is
Complete thread -- wow.
Complete thread -- thanks everyone
Complete thread -- but that wouldn't be consistent with open heart surgery??
Complete thread -- or maybe it's old sternotomy wire
Complete thread -- SM for what he says on old reports.
Complete thread -- There is no sternotomy wire
Complete thread -- is a mid sternotomy wire
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- Really? Tying up the wav.file for 26 minutes while who knows who may
Complete thread -- it is a 78-year-old female with chief complaint of chest pain.
Complete thread -- I pulled up several old reports and find absolutely nothing like this.
Complete thread -- I beg your pardon but I am NOT offshore!
Complete thread -- That is basically what I heard too but made no sense. Was hoping someone else would sm
Complete thread -- s/l eukalemic
Complete thread -- Oh gosh, do they let offshores have access to old reports too?
Complete thread -- actually he is saying melena, hematemesis, hematochezia. :D
Complete thread -- Agree with "dark urine" for the 3rd blank. Cajun? ...
Complete thread -- male patient? some context would be nice
Complete thread -- Good Lord. where is that dude from? I hear no history of any TSA, vagina, dark somethin'
Complete thread -- I think I hear "dark urine" before melena, but can't quite get the earlier
Complete thread -- Yep, we suggested that also last night... but she just couldn't hear it.
Complete thread -- There was no history of any _____ , _____, _____, melena, hematuria, hematochezia.
Complete thread -- I am wondering if tube feed, maybe the J-tube leaked the formula and he refers to it as sm
Complete thread -- That is what I found.
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know Tami.
Complete thread -- voltage-actuated sensory nerve conduction threshold (VsNCT) testing
Complete thread -- Google supports V-sNCT 6^5, VSNCT 4^3
Complete thread -- Is VSNCT supposed to be written V-sNCT?
Complete thread -- s/l "Keniv's" disease by history.
Complete thread -- Got it - balloons and flowers. Thanks
Complete thread -- lots of envelopes and flowers? guess only
Complete thread -- she has been receiving lot s/l "seva lows" and flowers.
Complete thread -- gotta LOVE QA... zooommmm.... here's the original post in case
Complete thread -- I can't find my post from last night about "2 feet on his abdomen" etc..here is QA...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the information!
Complete thread -- either/or -- Diagnosis: Symptoms and Diagnosis of Lung Disorders: Merck Manual ...Diffusin
Complete thread -- one pulmonary dr. I type for insists on diffusing (just to muddy waters)
Complete thread -- thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I usually hear diffusion, but agree with take two - either works
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks.
Complete thread -- not I
Complete thread -- ?pulmonary arterial pressure (PAP)
Complete thread -- pulmonary hypertension with a s/l "PA PE" of 36 mmHg.
Complete thread -- I've always heard diffusion capacity, but both are listed in Stedman's Card/Pulmonary
Complete thread -- I keep hearing diffusing capacity on this pulmonary account, but was corrected
Complete thread -- nobody has a suggestion?????
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- could just put a comma if you don't hear the and..
Complete thread -- I would insert the *and*
Complete thread -- Which is correct? 1. He was found down and unresponsive by his wife, or 2. He was
Complete thread -- same EGD as post below
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- The pylorus and the duodenum to the second portion is normal.
Complete thread -- procedure is EGD
Complete thread -- lopped (to cut off)
Complete thread -- I think this is it right here. TY!
Complete thread -- locked?
Complete thread -- comma after "Preoperatively, she had" and cap the g in Gastrografin 2 places
Complete thread -- using your s/l...maybe approximate?
Complete thread -- Needs a comma after "joint, after" to off-set the clause completely
Complete thread -- I don't think it is. He'd have to be pronouncing it pretty weird.
Complete thread -- looped?
Complete thread -- could it be looped?
Complete thread -- loped? (s/l law-ped)
Complete thread -- Yeah, my brain is fried, I agree. LOL
Complete thread -- How many people with the last name of Seafood?
Complete thread -- Okay - good, cuz I was just gonna say....
Complete thread -- Oh shoot, disregard this post please!!
Complete thread -- AP/PA to my knowledge mean anterior-posterior or posterior-anterior,
Complete thread -- i'll flag, thanks
Complete thread -- What do you make of these two creatinine values?
Complete thread -- do you know ANYONE named Asthmacatch?
Complete thread -- hmmm..not sure those work either. Sorry.
Complete thread -- WAG-mirror? camera?
Complete thread -- Exactly. I said it was not even close to the patient's real name. Chill please.
Complete thread -- i have another ..s/l *meter*, could this be right? Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Why? OP said it's not even close.
Complete thread -- I would just use lax -- loose or slack; not tense
Complete thread -- Thanks, Margaret.
Complete thread -- s/l *laxed* any suggestions? Thanks
Complete thread -- I think this should be deleted. Pt names should not be posted for any reason
Complete thread -- Off topic, but I always thought it was "at that point IN time".
Complete thread -- can only imagine what VR would do with that.
Complete thread -- I think the meaning is "for the anastamosis of the dt and dc w/ colostomy take-down.
Complete thread -- the *lapis* of the distal tranverse and descending colectomy with colostomy closure
Complete thread -- Funny name, well how it was said anyway. P.S. this is not even close to the
Complete thread -- thanks, nm
Complete thread -- Not much help, as I cannot make out the first part of the word at all. Thanks though!
Complete thread -- Thank you both..
Complete thread -- Put m*gan in onelook or drugs
Complete thread -- just realized, probably saying motor nerve distributions - thanks
Complete thread -- PT with abdominal distension. Start on s/l ??methigan and Maalox. TIA
Complete thread -- 2002. At that point and time, ... etc. Hep was negative. Ceruloplasmin
Complete thread -- s/l "motor nist-uh-vuss" pls sm
Complete thread -- ceruloplasmin?
Complete thread -- s/l pseudiol-plasm or sulyio-plasm? Please see msg for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Eyes. ENT (ears, nose throat)?
Complete thread -- s/l END/ENT/E&D
Complete thread -- I find gelatin supplements, but the dosage doesn't match....
Complete thread -- NP. I figured it was way off, but ya never know with some of them
Complete thread -- Yes, I think this is it. I did google (for poster below) and see what
Complete thread -- Is this simply gelatin? Can't find anything definitive to support this yet..
Complete thread -- What is the SMAS? The SMAS (superficial musculoaponeurotic system) is ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestion. I went back to listen for that but still hear more as I typed.
Complete thread -- adequate?
Complete thread -- could it be SMAS?
Complete thread -- Got first one, baby tenotomy. Still need help with second one. : )
Complete thread -- histiocytosis?
Complete thread -- Same op note as below for repair of nasal defect. The *baby sotomy* scissors were...
Complete thread -- Hereditary __________ cytosis for which the patient has undergone previous
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? Op note for repair of nasal defect after Mohs excision. Please
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone! I wasn't sure, so I flagged. Appreciate it!
Complete thread -- Thanks -great! :)
Complete thread -- Oh boy, sorry. You can post if you have not.
Complete thread -- NM for embolectomy catheter questions. I finally googled it
Complete thread -- Thank you both. Have never heard it before and didn't even get close to that on google.
Complete thread -- gastric bezoars - kind of like a human hairball
Complete thread -- bezoar
Complete thread -- Ah, he goes on to say a *three* embolectomy catheter...
Complete thread -- s/l gastric bizour ESL doc
Complete thread -- A couple of s/l in this male undergoing endarterectomy in leg. Please
Complete thread -- seconds for the patient.
Complete thread -- That was the entire report other than labs?
Complete thread -- YW...here is the link
Complete thread -- went ahead and posted wav since I had no response from previous WAV poster.
Complete thread -- There is no other context but some other lab tests.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the confirmation! :)
Complete thread -- no he said parenthesis after. I was going to post a WAV but did not want to post over sm
Complete thread -- thanks, yes it was steroid-related
Complete thread -- Not a clue without context
Complete thread -- transurethral microwave prostate thermotherapy
Complete thread -- maybe "with the patient" is "within parentheses"
Complete thread -- The prothrombin time 10.3 seconds s/l with the patient (control 9.8 to 11.6).
Complete thread -- He is saying T-U-M-P-T clear as day and here is a link...is this new maybe?
Complete thread -- Let me go check...he is a very clear doc, but he is very ADD...lol...
Complete thread -- By the way TUMT is transurethral microwave therapy
Complete thread -- thank you both, I will listen for that.
Complete thread -- orrrr WAG hving a TURP to be scheduled ?
Complete thread -- Any chance he is saying TURBT?
Complete thread -- Can you let me know when you have your answer so I can post a WAV.
Complete thread -- Does he say T-U-M-P-T or Tumpt and you spelled it. I found several hits on TUMT.
Complete thread -- worried?
Complete thread -- TUMPT- ? I found it on a few urology sites, but it's not in Stedman's --
Complete thread -- Maybe steroid-related
Complete thread -- atrial fibrillation, acute non-STEMI (non-ST-elevation myocardial infarction )
Complete thread -- Rapid AFib, acute nonSTEMI, urinary tract infection which is ESBL colo ...
Complete thread -- CHF which is likely diastolic.
Complete thread -- nonstaining urinary tract infection which is _____
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Never change what the dictator states about findings wherein the meaning sm
Complete thread -- acute _____ urinary tract infection _____ colonization, hypertension, CHF, _____.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I hear "Novolin sliding scale" then for the 2nd I hear "an ...
Complete thread -- Yes, I would. comma after 63. Looks like pt has a pacemaker(atrial pacing)
Complete thread -- maybe "and Celexa and Zocor"
Complete thread -- Imdur
Complete thread -- something then zocor
Complete thread -- Novolin 30 mg,
Complete thread -- s/l "store-red" pronounced as two syllables, not stored. pls sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- the first one is Novolin N
Complete thread -- are DuoNeb, _____ on sliding scale ... Colace, Plavix 75 mg, ____ lisinopril, Neuront
Complete thread -- that makes sense...maybe aspirin p.r.n. instead of appearing
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- If the doctor says rate, I would do as stated, especially if he always does it. The only
Complete thread -- WAG - Analgesics: The patient is on aspirin and cannot be on Coumadin...
Complete thread -- Magnetic resonance imaging in orthopaedics and sports medicine - Google Books ResultDavid
Complete thread -- Ulnar-Sided Wrist Pain: eMedicine Orthopedic SurgeryJul 9, 2009 ... The sixth dorsal compa
Complete thread -- sub is a prefix for below- so subsheath makes sense to me!
Complete thread -- http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=subsheath&aq=f&aqi=g1&aql=&oq=
Complete thread -- Allergies: The patient is ?-appearing and cannot be on Coumadin secondary to higher fall
Complete thread -- Word help please. Thanks.
Complete thread -- A 2-D echo in the past year was 60%
Complete thread -- sweeping shuffleboard court - Just got it, thanks. I had sleeping which made it all wrong
Complete thread -- Yep, I hear that too.
Complete thread -- yup, shuffleboard court
Complete thread -- The patient is _____ 200 and cannot be on Coumadin ... fall risk. _____ for 60%.
Complete thread -- wav file, I keep hearing shuffleboard? Was just going to flag but am really curious!
Complete thread -- I would say drank... I don't see anything wrong with it
Complete thread -- question
Complete thread -- I would not, it is part of the pulse statement.
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you. I went with drunk after reading
Complete thread -- he has not drunk.
Complete thread -- I would say drank for 6 weeks. I think that is correct
Complete thread -- Linda Zulovich, D.O. 15 Woodland Center Dr Grove City, PA 16127 ...
Complete thread -- He has not drunk for 6 weeks.
Complete thread -- Look on this list - see link
Complete thread -- PCP in Pennsylvania s/l Zoo-vuh-litch (zuvalich). I can only find Zubilich. Anyone
Complete thread -- Vital signs: Afebrile. BP 119/64, pulse 63, atrial pacing,
Complete thread -- crevasse?
Complete thread -- pt with removal of great toenail sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l "Cymbalta" may be in the middle of that blank? Sorry could not understand the rest.
Complete thread -- FOLFOX-based
Complete thread -- tia
Complete thread -- daily, Zocor, sotalol, diltiazem. _____ Coumadin has not been endured.
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- I already flagged it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- #2 endoscopy
Complete thread -- and so a barium enema was done....
Complete thread -- completed and ____ was done and she tells ... She had no _____. She now describes so
Complete thread -- what;s the procedure being done??
Complete thread -- Don't give up though, someone else might get it. I just got here, I know there are others
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It does sound like something Dopplers, but I can't think what that would be.
Complete thread -- 2-0 nylon sutures. _____ doppler were stapled
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- Just guessing here - dapsone ointment?
Complete thread -- mupirocin (Bactroban?) Your question is a tad confusing?
Complete thread -- no you didn't, although that's probably what the dictator thinks.
Complete thread -- Obviously someone needs to look in their own mirror. Yes, you two are very telling
Complete thread -- post deleted
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Complete thread -- Thanks SOOOO much! new word for me today!
Complete thread -- go away. You sure are telling on yourself and who you are. Jealous.
Complete thread -- s/l raperison ointment, possible herpetic whitlow. or s/l aperison ointment
Complete thread -- http://www.onelook.com/?w=chiropract*&ls=a
Complete thread -- chiropracty
Complete thread -- new doc for me. sometimes she says chiropractor and sometimes s/l chiropractee but I
Complete thread -- thank Tess
Complete thread -- 20 mg daily, Zocor, sotalol, diltiazem. ______ Coumadin
Complete thread -- 20 mg daily, Zocor, sotalol, diltiazem. ______ Coumadin
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Oh yeah. Soooo jealous. LOL. Just like clockwork. anon comes to add same old, same old.
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!!
Complete thread -- I think you are jealous of her. She posts informative, documented posts
Complete thread -- You have a problem posting many of your so-called answers. It is very tiresome to
Complete thread -- WORTHLESS FIND: I put my name "my" posts.Get some "professional" help and take medications
Complete thread -- melphalan
Complete thread -- It makes sense. They have not yet diagnosed either of those but they are issues
Complete thread -- Medication with prednisone and _____ offered and treatment
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Not diagnosed, this is the plan part of the report.
Complete thread -- No. Leave as is. Would need more context. Was it diagnosed yet?
Complete thread -- questioning the "as-yet undiagnosed" phrase, should it be as-yet diagnosed? thx
Complete thread -- And yet one more WAG...atrial chaotic tachycardia
Complete thread -- ventricular tachycardia
Complete thread -- Another WAG atrial tachycardia?
Complete thread -- COPD, cardiomyopathy, ____ , ischemic prior
Complete thread -- smegma
Complete thread -- Just a WAG, but just the first part of s/l "a tib" could be "a fib"? and then maybe
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- s/l a tibiartic cardia
Complete thread -- moving on thanks... flagged. thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you very much
Complete thread -- ahhh, thanks
Complete thread -- AST
Complete thread -- BUN of 24, creatinine of 0.8, *pasty* of 39,
Complete thread -- WAG standard tray?
Complete thread -- s/l "Steiner tray"
Complete thread -- probably Betapace
Complete thread -- Singulair, Spiriva, *bed pace*, aldactone, Zyprexa, lactulose
Complete thread -- please help organize mess.. wav posted
Complete thread -- you're right Tess, thanks
Complete thread -- "Site PA T1-T2 for palliative radiation therapy."
Complete thread -- ...any clinical consequence? I hear something like "sansequence"
Complete thread -- That was my thought too - will flag it with that suggestion. Thank you! nm
Complete thread -- Im thinking polymyxin ? I also found Poly-Otic (polymyxin otic) but not on drugs.com or
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Horrible audio. S/l "polymetic" otic ear drops sm
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Okay. After digging around, I get it. Apparently,
Complete thread -- X-ray report. The patient's diagnosis is
Complete thread -- Oh, sorry, I hear "the Apligraf was utilized"
Complete thread -- I just hear "the entirety" (end of sentence)
Complete thread -- wounds which completely covered the entirety of the _____. The Apligraf
Complete thread -- Sorry, next report corrects it to fibroxanthoma. nm
Complete thread -- xanthokeratoma (s/l that is what doc is saying very clearly) sm
Complete thread -- sounds more like LMX. Thank you!
Complete thread -- finding both Ela-Max and LMX
Complete thread -- pls ignore above.. it should be LMX
Complete thread -- Elamax
Complete thread -- Ice and s/l almax anesthesia used for Botox injections
Complete thread -- so clear.. boy! thanks
Complete thread -- Dear me, why all the shouting. We're not deaf here.
Complete thread -- further
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Just found it! Aquaphor
Complete thread -- slow healing wound in diabetic patient. Given prescription for Biafine. "If this does
Complete thread -- FOUND IT. K-TAB. THAT SIMPLE.
Complete thread -- MEDICATION S/L "KAYTEP" OR KAY-TAB" 10 MEQ 2 TABS DAILY.
Complete thread -- If they are doing quotes though, probably need to listen for
Complete thread -- What exactly does EUC stand for on ear exam anyway?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Okay, just discovered my account wants BARRX...
Complete thread -- Okay, finding it different ways...Barrx, BARRx, BARRX?
Complete thread -- for this!!
Complete thread -- sorry....don-to put on or dress in: to don one's clothes
Complete thread -- donned
Complete thread -- Whew...found it! BARRX procedure! ;)
Complete thread -- Still NO QA yet...but I will return with it in the morning.
Complete thread -- The surgeon s/l down* appropriate surgical attire. Help. thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l barrack's procedure?? GI consult
Complete thread -- kidney disease
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- u are right, tq, azathioprine.
Complete thread -- or "azathioprine
Complete thread -- try "acetaminophen"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- med list: s/l asatarpen 50 mg. tq
Complete thread -- that they are staying in, because the previous owners had cats.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- There is a concern that this may be related to the carpet in the apart ...
Complete thread -- will hear back
Complete thread -- excoriations?
Complete thread -- ulcerations?
Complete thread -- There are no scrapes or s/l scerations in EUC. thanks, not secretions.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I've actually heard them say Chief Complaint: None.
Complete thread -- If that's what they say.. you need quotes "I am doing better."
Complete thread -- complaint? chief complaint: I am doing better?
Complete thread -- IF you read it, it says there are 20 mg tablets, just like regular citalopram. NOT 25 mg.
Complete thread -- yes it does, if you read it. Dose starts at 20 mg and goes up to 60 mg
Complete thread -- there'd be no apostrophe in WAGs, it's a plural not a possessive.
Complete thread -- He is saying "EUA" examination under anesthesia. arhgg
Complete thread -- Procedure: Right knee [s/l E-lay]. Any WAG's?
Complete thread -- Please, please, please don't be transcribing any of MY loved ones reports!
Complete thread -- figured it out! It was Taztia XT
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'd also recommend low-positive
Complete thread -- CMVs given the avid(avidity) assays
Complete thread -- drug help needed. MD says s/l s/l T- A - Z tee ah ex te
Complete thread -- Dex4 glucose tablets
Complete thread -- At this time, I do not really make much of these very low positive CMV ...
Complete thread -- pls check the word before assay, i hear abid assay. ...
Complete thread -- posted WAV
Complete thread -- type 1 Diabetic: He does carry s/l ducks-4 and jellybeans
Complete thread -- it very well could be substance, google liver substance.
Complete thread -- okay. thanks
Complete thread -- I would say he got lost so just started over, it is duplicate.
Complete thread -- another question in same report
Complete thread -- attachments?
Complete thread -- infrahepatic substance?
Complete thread -- But I also had a root canal done today and am in a lot of pain. Not thinking clearly.
Complete thread -- Stupid me. I just looked in my Stedman's book and it was not listed. Thanks.
Complete thread -- duhhhh
Complete thread -- ... hoop stresses that are produced at the meniscus during weight bearing.
Complete thread -- google hoop stresses meniscus
Complete thread -- seeing hoop
Complete thread -- "applied to that toe ulcer site. SilvaSorb gel...."
Complete thread -- Yeah, I think that sounds about what he was saying...I will have QA hopefully tonight yet!
Complete thread -- There was loss of *hub*? stresses to knee, but I was able to get stable margins on
Complete thread -- s/l Ultrasite SilvaSorb gel
Complete thread -- Pls. see msg. S/l *hoop* stresses, but I filled in *hub*. Sound correct? Thanks
Complete thread -- I was talking about an area on his abdomen of 2 feet (12 x 12) with subq extravasation,
Complete thread -- 2 feet of fluid(s)?
Complete thread -- could be a total area of 2 feet, but I would still flag, as phrased really poorly.
Complete thread -- Just can't get it...ugh...here is more, if this helps ??
Complete thread -- thank you-- I will listen again
Complete thread -- can also listen for tube feeds/feedings...
Complete thread -- I am flagging because he is clearly saying 2 feet, so I must have something totally
Complete thread -- It's a fellow and he is not helping me a bit! lol Let me go listen again with your
Complete thread -- two feedings?
Complete thread -- I misspelled leaks. sorry. leaked into his abdomen? sorry.
Complete thread -- nope, extravasation is leakage of fluid, typically IV fluids, but not 2 feet of anything?
Complete thread -- can someone look this sentence over for me? New to surgery...
Complete thread -- does anyone else hear "as noted"?
Complete thread -- padded extremities common (the prominences that touch table)
Complete thread -- just a suggestion, you might want to purchase an external microphone
Complete thread -- Okay, looks promising. Thanks :)
Complete thread -- it is a word in the dictionary all by itself :)
Complete thread -- Can it be used other than rigor mortis?
Complete thread -- WAG it sounds like she started to say "small" (maybe) and changed to scanty?
Complete thread -- I'll take it off. Thank you anyways.
Complete thread -- rigor - the quality of being unyielding or inflexible
Complete thread -- procedure D&C on patient with uterine fibroids
Complete thread -- Past surgery: She has had right *rigor* shoulder, left rotator cuff repair
Complete thread -- volume is too low, I can't hear it.
Complete thread -- Fast dictator. Not sure on the part of *I padded all of her upper extremities.* Thank
Complete thread -- luminal narrowing?
Complete thread -- That's it, thank you!!
Complete thread -- echogenic?
Complete thread -- echo-poor
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- luminal irregularity/irregularities.
Complete thread -- nasal=initial?
Complete thread -- I have 2 questions. Pls sm, thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- seems like you need to add the word 'to restore it back in appropriate'...
Complete thread -- And the dose was 25 mg and your "answer" doesn't even come in that dose.
Complete thread -- Thanks. It's the first time I've heard it and just wanted to be 100% sure.
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense as one sentence and they way I used no comma? Thanks
Complete thread -- I can't hear that. I'm sending a blank. Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- Love-Gruenwald pituitary rongeurs?
Complete thread -- foot-pound force, or simply foot-pound (symbol: ft·lbf or ft·lb), is a unit of work or ene
Complete thread -- sorry, I did find that.
Complete thread -- Stimulan.
Complete thread -- Traction was applied, approximately 15 *foot-pounds*, to the... Correct?
Complete thread -- Yes, pituitary.
Complete thread -- there are pituitary forceps.
Complete thread -- are you sure about that pituitary part?
Complete thread -- mixed s/l "stimulant" (not saying cement) impregnated with daptomycin
Complete thread -- plastic piece in tibia was extracted using a longer s/l "urological" pituitary.
Complete thread -- could "somber" be "massage"? Ice, heat, and massage...
Complete thread -- Agree with you. Somebody lied.
Complete thread -- That a supposedly real MT would have put just JK. Scary
Complete thread -- The original question was about "Remictal" being spelled.
Complete thread -- good idea. I thought it was a strange way of saying rest too, but it does work.
Complete thread -- Ahh, yes....that's it! Thank you so very much for your help! nm
Complete thread -- four-strand technique?
Complete thread -- I guess so. I will try that and flag it however. Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- slumber - to be in a state of inactivity
Complete thread -- FDP laceration, zone 2...patient underwent a (s/l four shrine) repair technique. ??
Complete thread -- S/L somber. sm
Complete thread -- Why ever would you want pain-free medication?
Complete thread -- pain-free medication?
Complete thread -- There is a Med-Neb respirator.
Complete thread -- Pronounciation is a very different issue.
Complete thread -- med nebs is in archives quite a few times. easy to research
Complete thread -- is this darlene with yet another worthless google "find"?
Complete thread -- on Seroquel, albuterol and s/l "med nebs."
Complete thread -- also in archives
Complete thread -- see you a link and raise you a link
Complete thread -- Well I say tomAto, you say tomAHto, let's call the whole thing off. ;o)
Complete thread -- I see it and heartily disagree. As stated.
Complete thread -- :O
Complete thread -- see the link below
Complete thread -- Dueling links
Complete thread -- Compound adjectives using the prefixes self-or all-, or the suffix -free should always be
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- no, it's not hyphenated unless modifying something...i.e. pain-free medication.
Complete thread -- Yes, it is a compoud word and always get hyphenated.
Complete thread -- If you had, you would have seen this: sm
Complete thread -- The gallbladder wall could be thick.
Complete thread -- My Stedman's second edition shows Venti mask.
Complete thread -- Is "pain free" always hyphenated?
Complete thread -- also finding...autogenous or nonautogenous dialysis conduit is dependent
Complete thread -- The autologous arteriovenous fistula (AVF) has been the gold standard since
Complete thread -- We discussed "autoalganeous" versus "nonautoalganeous" shunts for his dialysis.
Complete thread -- RUDE!! Shaking head at you!! What is scary? Hmmm? Answer that!
Complete thread -- YW:)
Complete thread -- SSRIs?
Complete thread -- ty!
Complete thread -- not otherwise specified NOS
Complete thread -- Not otherwise specified. Usually hear in psych reports
Complete thread -- Assessment: Acute URI "NOS"
Complete thread -- That's fantastic, if that was the question originally. But it wasn't and only 1 hit comes
Complete thread -- ty both! found it
Complete thread -- DUH is me. n/m it is moderate boggy synovium
Complete thread -- thanks - it is just so unusual
Complete thread -- I'd flag
Complete thread -- synovium (not "sign oveum")
Complete thread -- sign oveum = synovium
Complete thread -- unable to document s/l oveum? see mess and ty
Complete thread -- searching remicital citalopram gives me over 200 hits for
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- opinion on flagging or not. sm pls
Complete thread -- "We talked about *eso-pherides*
Complete thread -- Scary, isn't it?
Complete thread -- sick
Complete thread -- the patient was s/l "thick" (or "sick") and these stones were small
Complete thread -- depends on how you search, sorry.
Complete thread -- Sadly, some really do not. Scary thought!
Complete thread -- more than 1 hit on google for Remicital
Complete thread -- So then you didn't think that was what he meant based on anything said in the report?
Complete thread -- Relevant to WHAT? You gave no context. Do you understand what context is?
Complete thread -- It is made in Mexico. I gave the pharmaceutical company's page
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND? 1) Do you even KNOW what Lamictal is used for?
Complete thread -- REMICITAL ® citalopram (translated) still... only that 1 hit in all of Google?
Complete thread -- left out an i in there, it is Remicital
Complete thread -- #1, yes, #2 no.
Complete thread -- No. If it just said the patient should see a counselor, would you cap that?
Complete thread -- Corynebacterium jeikeium (sounds like JKM)
Complete thread -- Remictal is the Mexican name for citalopram
Complete thread -- paratenon
Complete thread -- Well, if you/we don't have any clue what it is for, then it is hard to say for certainty
Complete thread -- Correction: LPC, not LCP.
Complete thread -- He only used it in the med list. He gave no indication for why. sm
Complete thread -- Should "licensed professional counselor" be capitalized? I have it twice in
Complete thread -- all good points. thank you one and all!
Complete thread -- OF course, it can be right and is.
Complete thread -- Then I'm certainly for bothering you. It seems to me that - sm
Complete thread -- ruptured Achilles tendon repair: Blunt dissection exposing the Achilles tendon and
Complete thread -- Could he be implying that if it has separated and gone where he cannot find/reach it?
Complete thread -- My Stedman's Equip (5th Edition) shows Ventimask ..what is your edition?
Complete thread -- I think he means that he will evaluate the old hernia - sm
Complete thread -- No. Could he be saying "in case it has separated" ???
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- vertebral vessel ?
Complete thread -- clarification, please sm
Complete thread -- Context -- clues. We can't either w/o having more information. Maybe, maybe not.
Complete thread -- And if you go to the site I have inside and put in ictal
Complete thread -- Does patient have a diagnosis to support use of Lamictal?
Complete thread -- It does come in that dosage, but you did not say WHY you believe he means that. Is there
Complete thread -- Medication list. Dr. dictates *Remictal* and spells it. sm
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks much!
Complete thread -- yes, that seems right...if the gut starts to die due to obstruction, bacteria can spread
Complete thread -- There are some areas of...that have appeared?
Complete thread -- translocation: move from one place to another. Makes absolute sense!
Complete thread -- s/l *translocation*, does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l sumerious superficial ulceration
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- cap or not?
Complete thread -- change it to subcutaneous tissue
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- NM, I'm going to flag.
Complete thread -- NM ... nociception (pain sensation)
Complete thread -- Nepro, see link to archives.
Complete thread -- s/l nepro 1 can twice a day
Complete thread -- Dupuytren's release. Doc refers to *soft* cutaneous tissue (not subcutaneous).
Complete thread -- s/l noseoception
Complete thread -- Wow, you're good! Thanks!!! nm
Complete thread -- I mean disintegrated!!!
Complete thread -- demonstrated?
Complete thread -- disintegration?
Complete thread -- instead of saying "that only" may be saying "which certainly"
Complete thread -- good one!
Complete thread -- why not? trivial as in of little importance, particularly since
Complete thread -- Acceleration-deceleration trauma...doesn't fit context of s/l
Complete thread -- Bigliani?..see msg
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I tried....(wanted to hear dipping downward or something like that,
Complete thread -- Check link. sm
Complete thread -- demarcated?
Complete thread -- all I can come up with (not knowing surg title) is fenestra
Complete thread -- s/l *decelerated* , any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Please listen to .wav file. Thanks! sm
Complete thread -- So what does JK stand for then?
Complete thread -- Since when are commas to off-set dependent clauses not acceptable sm
Complete thread -- trivial coronary atherosclerosis sm
Complete thread -- at the _____ of her tympanomeatal flap, but otherwise, everything
Complete thread -- There is no mention of bleeding and that's why I thought it probably wasn't right. Thanks
Complete thread -- anterior? posterior?
Complete thread -- I already did that
Complete thread -- No we cannot use many commas. Needed help with JK! Do you know or not???
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- PUF (pure ultrafiltration) could also be this definition.
Complete thread -- Got it!! It is just JK. He is saying umm after!
Complete thread -- found this - PUF pure ultrafiltation click link
Complete thread -- comma needed after "aureus, right hip" and again after components.
Complete thread -- Question on flagging - sm
Complete thread -- there is a link up above to bacteria, or go to google and type in s.m.
Complete thread -- positive net ultrafiltration (PUF)?
Complete thread -- in 1999 with trilevel (trivial can't be right here)
Complete thread -- Help with what s/l JKL or JKM
Complete thread -- tyvm
Complete thread -- Not familiar to me, unless trying to determine is there is a bleeding disorder sm
Complete thread -- Tp had dialysis yesterday with one hour of s/l puff and 4 liters
Complete thread -- below the valve
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- some healing in the ear canal at the s/l chif-her tympanomeatal flap
Complete thread -- Thanks so much ! I am heading to find out more about that condition. :0)
Complete thread -- and-two different areas
Complete thread -- it does not make sense (to me) that was why I offered a suggestion.
Complete thread -- X-ray: There are also degenerative changes of the sacroiliac joints * in/and* the
Complete thread -- It definitely sounds like epistasis, but I didn't know if it made sense.
Complete thread -- etiology?
Complete thread -- please help. TY
Complete thread -- Osgood-Schlatter
Complete thread -- Medical history is otherwise significant for "oswal-flater"on the knees.
Complete thread -- 7-year period
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- a 7 year period.
Complete thread -- I hear -- no signs of bleeding or thrombosis nm
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Stedman's Equip. Word Book shows Venti mask and t'is 2 separate words
Complete thread -- great
Complete thread -- So clear! Maybe I need more coffee. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- sorry tried..can't come up with anything useful
Complete thread -- no signs of bleeding or
Complete thread -- There is loperamide for diarrhea?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- med s/l clopamid - 80-year-old male
Complete thread -- Flagging
Complete thread -- yep, capped. sm & trademark. All caps per your emmployer though
Complete thread -- Thanks. I hear that now.
Complete thread -- length, edges approximated ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I found this in the archives but it is from 2007.
Complete thread -- Will give 2 amps of *S P A* for the current hypotension.
Complete thread -- wav file, question the had been after the comma -
Complete thread -- Is ventimask capped? Cannot confirm on archives or Google.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- "worked for this patient"
Complete thread -- to me s/l "medication--ehh, he is on polypharmacy--as well as..."
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You might try this (sm)
Complete thread -- He will see me in a week for evaluation of his medication if he is ___ ...
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Complete thread -- Flagyl was given to cover his internal pathogens which immediately ___ ...
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Complete thread -- along with his other family members
Complete thread -- density within the cecum of uncertain etiology, absent...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 61-year-old gentleman who started experiencing intrac ...
Complete thread -- PROCEDURES PERFORMED: CT scan of the abdomen shows _____, absent righ ...
Complete thread -- ARNPs --- Know of any good search sites for Washington state?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- HDL-C ...see link
Complete thread -- Gained a few pounds.
Complete thread -- I hear "_____ a few times" but can't get that beginning sound.
Complete thread -- There area over 400 products with Gamma trademarked..but
Complete thread -- Stedman's Equipment shows Gamma trochanteric locking nail..and
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- don't know about that acronym but think that would be for a BNP of 200
Complete thread -- (for) or a total of 45.
Complete thread -- It's gotta go, flagged
Complete thread -- s/l HDLC? Patient admitted for shortness of breath and fever, s/p chemo
Complete thread -- thank you. sounds right.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Durasal ? went to drugs.com under drugs by condition, typed in
Complete thread -- reposting. Verruca vulgaris. Treated with s/l durasel and Carmol-40
Complete thread -- per archives, no trademark, but some references show it capped
Complete thread -- Is Gamma nail in caps
Complete thread -- Previous bruise of the left ribs that has healed.
Complete thread -- ? patient's unwillingness.
Complete thread -- ABG could not be performed due to the patient's s/l swellingness.
Complete thread -- Taenia species ova
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- previous bruise on xx rib has healed. I can't get which
Complete thread -- bruise on the left rib.
Complete thread -- Stool culture had grown s/l tiniova. ...
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- verruca vulgaris. Treated with topical s/l durasel and Carmol-40
Complete thread -- hear that a lot
Complete thread -- bump...noun...a rise or increase (sounds logical to me)
Complete thread -- this way? Her LFTs s/l bumped during that admission and returned normal again.
Complete thread -- thanks K...
Complete thread -- Wouldn't that be "ETOH" instead of "ETHO"???
Complete thread -- works for Intuit.
Complete thread -- okay.i will send it again...
Complete thread -- need to try wav again
Complete thread -- yw. and some places can be picky about not using the "mm" if not dictated.
Complete thread -- Lifetime nonsmoker, married, works as a ___.
Complete thread -- the wav file is already sent.
Complete thread -- the wav file is already sent.
Complete thread -- I disagree. The Betadine would be applied BEFORE the ethylene chloride
Complete thread -- still old wav
Complete thread -- Lifetime nonsmoker, married, works as a ___. + wav
Complete thread -- thanks!!!
Complete thread -- no commas
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- once it's all written on the bottle for him
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- actually, after the quotes page opens, you need to click on
Complete thread -- type "quotes" in the box. When it list the items, type CTL F and type in "period".
Complete thread -- whether period goes inside or outside of a quote.
Complete thread -- p.c. means after meals
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- it looks fine
Complete thread -- it is the very first box, correct. What are you trying to find? it would
Complete thread -- gotta send it in - going w/ what i have
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- i did just that and still not a thing. the archives IS the very first box above right?
Complete thread -- again, thanks
Complete thread -- also do i need commas between the po/bid/pc and prn?
Complete thread -- I suggested Mobic 7.5 mg one p.o. b.i.d. p.c. p.r.n. knee pain - what does the p.c.
Complete thread -- ortho note help pls. thnk you
Complete thread -- 3.0 x 13 mm (do not use double 00 for trailing digit/s in stent sizes,
Complete thread -- you just put in a word that was part of the previous post.
Complete thread -- thank you everybody
Complete thread -- slowing of his urine seems.....also...urinary 'tract' obstruction
Complete thread -- i am trying to research something in the archives but i do not know the exact date or
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- specs inside for those stents
Complete thread -- will check it out.
Complete thread -- always there to help, my big thanks poi
Complete thread -- softness??
Complete thread -- ABThera™?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- s/l Apsera abdominal closure device was used to close the abdomen. helpls
Complete thread -- self-resolving should be hyphenated, and I would also put
Complete thread -- plus it is in the dictionary 'cath'
Complete thread -- you said verbatim, so I would not.
Complete thread -- me either - she dictates 3 oh thirteen. gonna flag.
Complete thread -- Not sure what the 3013 is, perhaps a serial number.
Complete thread -- new to cardio - is cath right in this sentence?
Complete thread -- is 3013 typed correctly here? unable to document using google.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Healon.
Complete thread -- Eye clinic: ...schedule an injection of s/l Heal-O in the anterior chamber...
Complete thread -- might be "to a BD" but I have no idea what ABD or BD might be. Perhaps if
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- Diabetic Foot Ulcerations: OffloadingOffloading: Administration of prompt and appropriate
Complete thread -- Treating the ulcer with s/l off-loading and Iodosorb...
Complete thread -- Disposition: Stable to s/l "ABD." ?? Thank you.
Complete thread -- Just got it, transversalis fascia. Thanks
Complete thread -- tensor fasciae latae muscle
Complete thread -- plug sutured to the s/l "truns zatas" fascia inferiorly
Complete thread -- curettaged. _____ articular fibrous ... excellent apposition _____ with nail b
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- laminar spreader? (I think there is something before this)
Complete thread -- It was something that the grammar girl did .. I guess she thought it was funny or would he
Complete thread -- baby lamina spreader
Complete thread -- Thank you. What's with the Aardvark references..kinda creepy.
Complete thread -- http://www.thegreatdictator.com/cgi-bin/wordlist/wordlist.cgi?key=affected
Complete thread -- with sterile saline, a _____ spreader was
Complete thread -- Why don't you read the whole link inside. I think most of us know how to use a dictionary
Complete thread -- adverb: to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent
Complete thread -- noun: a symptom caused by an illness or a drug ("The effects of sleep loss")
Complete thread -- what does effect mean then. And how does the definitions you gave of affect apply to sm
Complete thread -- for archives -- GYNECARE TVT ABBREVO. This trademark is owned by Johnson & Johnson
Complete thread -- Affect with an a means "to influence," as in, "The arrows affected Ardvark," or "The rain
Complete thread -- we will try a medial branch block to the affected area are (affected/effected?_)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- found a lot of zones(for next time)red-red, red-white,white-white +link
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Since traceable is spelled this way, I would make it braceable. IMO
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Strattice
Complete thread -- SD? (seizure disorder)
Complete thread -- hernia repair with s/l "Stratus mesh.
Complete thread -- Funny, I spelled it right, just could not find it till now :)
Complete thread -- how would you spell braceable - sm
Complete thread -- Female pt to have hyst., mid-urethral sling (s/l) *Abbrevo*.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- equinus contracture
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l choanus contracture
Complete thread -- s/l set
Complete thread -- apical instead of facial?
Complete thread -- Sorry, pls disregard above.
Complete thread -- anyone do dentistry? Am proofing a typed note wherein tp has had an MVA
Complete thread -- NM going to flag. 12 hours today is enough. Calling it quits.
Complete thread -- culdoscope?
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound like it. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- I realized it is acetic acid - ...
Complete thread -- Avanar?
Complete thread -- Don't think it is Arrow either - later says
Complete thread -- Gyn/oncology
Complete thread -- through an *abero* catheter in the right upper quadrant
Complete thread -- an intrathecal anterior *S/L ttcf drug infusion pump and catheter. ...
Complete thread -- I think it was totally. Was hard to hear. thanks
Complete thread -- currently?
Complete thread -- got you wholly. Thanks
Complete thread -- What does that mean?
Complete thread -- WAG???wholly???
Complete thread -- I kind of thought that too but I don't think that's it. Thanks though
Complete thread -- S/L coyly sm
Complete thread -- forget that. was thinking maybe PMH
Complete thread -- von Willebrand's?
Complete thread -- Yes, I think you are right. Makes the most sense. Thank U!
Complete thread -- SCD and?
Complete thread -- sorry, there was a really long pause. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- s/l "my-brons" disease
Complete thread -- It would be nice to have more lead in to this.
Complete thread -- Toe biopsy: The left leg had s/l "acetene" TED hose applied. Thx!
Complete thread -- ty - i also went to google but didnt type it as you did. thanks for the link too!
Complete thread -- maybe stent insertion? (slurring stent ssertion)
Complete thread -- humerus?
Complete thread -- Under ultrasound guidance the area of the shoulder, the head of s/l im ...
Complete thread -- bronchoscopy procedure
Complete thread -- Gosh, maybe he's just mauling it. I hear 2 syllables. I think best to flag. Thanks
Complete thread -- stents?
Complete thread -- (Or rather, it's a very "long" sentence, that 3rd one in my post.)
Complete thread -- Podiatry note. He had *sten-sirs* redone 3 years ago...
Complete thread -- got it - peau d'orange
Complete thread -- IV drug use (not that it can tell if the patient is using IV, IM, etc, but apparently the
Complete thread -- I am sending the patient for a urine drug screen to evaluate for s/l ...
Complete thread -- Her BREAST EXAM shows some mild tenderness and fibrocystic changes. N ...
Complete thread -- Lo, here is a link to a previous WB discussion on it that was informational to me.
Complete thread -- sensed
Complete thread -- well, I personally have no knowledge of how it works, but my
Complete thread -- No, I think it's dial test.
Complete thread -- doesn't sound like patellar?
Complete thread -- Any idea of the "paddle" test? Thanks
Complete thread -- Possibly. thanks
Complete thread -- i am finding both A sense and A senseD - which is correct? new to cardio.
Complete thread -- answered on above post - Kelikian
Complete thread -- not sure that that had to do with nonhealing wounds, but matched your s/l
Complete thread -- MAOIs are a family of antidepressant medications??
Complete thread -- I wonder if just correcting to red/red.
Complete thread -- maybe patellar and varus/valgus stress 0 degree to 30 degree?
Complete thread -- partial-thickness tear within the junction of the "red white red red"
Complete thread -- do you have a sounds like?
Complete thread -- Thanks again, I did confirm it also. I don't know what they just can't
Complete thread -- oops, meant "grade 1/30 for valgus" part
Complete thread -- Exam under anesthesia showed negative s/l "paddle" (or "pal") test
Complete thread -- She reports the pain as increased as of late due to not being able to ...
Complete thread -- tummy tuck surgery with ______ resection. ...
Complete thread -- Glad to help. I did also find a link that says it's a toe test, so it fits
Complete thread -- that's it! Thank you so much, wasted 30 minutes googling, never
Complete thread -- I see Kelikian in my Stedman's Ortho, no idea what it is and
Complete thread -- reposted slower WAV
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I'll check out further. : )
Complete thread -- no wav there for me
Complete thread -- That was the best guess of the century. You are exactly correct. thanks
Complete thread -- podiatry surgery.
Complete thread -- poi, I have asked about ASR programming and I have never gotten a straight answer. When
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- What are normal results for this test?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Sometimes the inconsistencies can really drive you insane in this job!
Complete thread -- no calf tenderness and Homans sign is negative
Complete thread -- hit enter too soon, either Collegian or Killigian simulated weightbearing.
Complete thread -- he says it several times in the report,
Complete thread -- Anti-dsDNA less than *1 in 10.* Not sure how to type or if that's
Complete thread -- WAG Kleiger Test?
Complete thread -- S/L captiness homosine negative. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll go back and listen for that. : )
Complete thread -- Not in my experience.
Complete thread -- With our system (M-Modal), if someone puts it that way in their reports, then it "reads"
Complete thread -- group
Complete thread -- podiatry surgery. sounds like 'inkolligan test'
Complete thread -- Muscle biopsy showed no *small groove* atrophy or perifascicular atrophy. Please
Complete thread -- starts with x or Z,
Complete thread -- Consider the source. Don't expect an explanation.
Complete thread -- Thanks, good idea :)
Complete thread -- hypoperfusion?
Complete thread -- Triglide (chol med)?
Complete thread -- hip effusion?
Complete thread -- hip MRI
Complete thread -- it does some but not all? Is it doctor specific? I would check with company.
Complete thread -- My company doesn't spell them out either. So I should probably keep changing it to Arabic
Complete thread -- Okay, so should I change it to spell out in reports where it isn't?
Complete thread -- Sometimes my ASR does, sometimes it doesn't and the only thing consistent is that it is
Complete thread -- Someone programmed the ASR to spell out the frequency,
Complete thread -- actually not type, I was spelling as badly as her doctor spelled for her -sheesh
Complete thread -- typo...torsades
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- great article Questyr
Complete thread -- I would given him toursades, as he made a point of spelling with the S
Complete thread -- Wasn't sure how to word this to search archives. sm
Complete thread -- Make sure you read the response that was written just below it.
Complete thread -- Here is a brief article written by a doc who researched
Complete thread -- s/l : She is taking vitamin B12 and s/l Zygalide
Complete thread -- Not being disrespectful, just trying to understand. If it
Complete thread -- Would go with what he dictated; techinically, it should be possessive or torsade's
Complete thread -- was the patient found to have hepatocellular ca? Sounds like the findings were positive
Complete thread -- I see a couple posts on this in the archives, but
Complete thread -- Labs: Platelets 2.92 - how does that translate? Haven't seen this before.
Complete thread -- med s/l disarlopin
Complete thread -- Ahhhh, I love this board. Thank you sooooo much .
Complete thread -- beads?
Complete thread -- s/l "deez"
Complete thread -- probably a typo, but not and well as; rather as well as
Complete thread -- Would suspect it depends on the acct as many labs & docs would disagree with BoS
Complete thread -- Thanks. I have an old version and need to upgrade. Have a good day.
Complete thread -- No period per BOS2 page 90 (sm)
Complete thread -- What's the "new" rule about H pylori? Is it with a period? SM
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I was trying to keep it as much like what he dictated. We do
Complete thread -- Got it: maintain mean arterial pressure and well as repeat arterial blood gas will decre
Complete thread -- started to maintain *miratory* pressure greater than .... well as*retrodected*of blo
Complete thread -- How much are you allowed to edit? "He and I are concerned..."?
Complete thread -- He as well as I are concerned.....?
Complete thread -- thinking hypercapneic/hypoxic respiratory failure
Complete thread -- best way to recast
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- aztreonam
Complete thread -- aztreanam? check spelling
Complete thread -- normal saline at 150 an hour, clindamycin, dextrose, *estrianem*, Colace, aspirin,
Complete thread -- if you have not proofed yet, should be work of breathing.
Complete thread -- s/l hypercarbic hypoxia mucospiratory failure
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- are you pretty sure? I was just wag'ing, totally.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- This onelook dictionary, item 2, shows it should be hyphenated
Complete thread -- in inventory?
Complete thread -- not a med term but maybe someone can help with this- an occupation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- changes in the abdomen, phlegmon or possible abscess - if you look up phlegmon
Complete thread -- yes. comma after phlegmon,
Complete thread -- inflammatory changes in the abdomen, *phlegmon* possible abscess formation.
Complete thread -- That was my observation as well, so I was wondering which is correct. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I never use one at all, but when checking archives, I see it both
Complete thread -- Should wheelchair bound by hyphenated when not followed by a noun?
Complete thread -- probably, thanks!
Complete thread -- As in the body of your report... general gastric atrophy?
Complete thread -- s/l GYN gastric atrophy
Complete thread -- Actually, went back and it is observation.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- clinical picture and objective findings (like labs, x-rays, studies, etc)
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- picture and *ab objective* findings ... IV antibiotics and *induration*. She will ne
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Mitek
Complete thread -- prodrome?
Complete thread -- Removal of s/l mytac anchor of posterior aspect of right calcaneus. nm thx
Complete thread -- There was no *proto* to this attack.
Complete thread -- Thx. If I listen really closely and try to understand what this ESL doc is trying to say -
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- googled it and cannot find hemi-brady or hemi-body gait anywhere. Thx though. :-)
Complete thread -- incidence now
Complete thread -- wav help - discussed with her the ______ of metabolic syndrome
Complete thread -- hemiparetic gait?
Complete thread -- hemi-body gait? (just a guess, I didn't look it up). but gaited doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- BB you know, like from a BB gun.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 70-y.o. with multiple sclerosis. She walks with a "hemi-brady-gaited" and favors her
Complete thread -- smooth muscle antibodies
Complete thread -- hepatitis B and C screen, ANA, anti *smoose maphyl* antibodies
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: Significant for a car accident as well as a s/l ...
Complete thread -- including
Complete thread -- chronic colitis, ______ microscopic colitis needs
Complete thread -- thanks much
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- at which time she was voiding satisfactorily and by the 10th she...
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- I hear "white count ?could? .... oh, a, type of ...."
Complete thread -- white count "type of leukemoid reaction" could be.... He stumbles after count and before
Complete thread -- very high white count and _____ direction could be due to
Complete thread -- Thanks and thought the same thing on the med.
Complete thread -- s/l he is MAYBE mis-pronouncing Carvedilol as "Cardival", but I probably would not guess
Complete thread -- first one WAG relatively mobile?
Complete thread -- is a 95-year-old woman ____living with her daughter on Isorbid
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Would say 4 years "mortality rate of 80 percent at 52 months" (sm)
Complete thread -- Urine was cloudy with more than *500 mg/dL* of protein.
Complete thread -- PFT - BODE index . . . please see msg.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- pulsatile abnormalities? or simply doc misspoke - flag it
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- status post carotid endarterectomy
Complete thread -- Since the first of the year, she is
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- hmmm...Benazepril is used alone or in combination with other medications to treat high BP.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- It may be used in other places? I did not search the drug itself, just posted what they
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I posted the wav again
Complete thread -- This was a lesion on the upper chest
Complete thread -- Found this on drugs.com = Veregen?
Complete thread -- wav was posted over. Please see two queries below about inflammatory lesion treated..
Complete thread -- WAG donepezil? (for dementia)
Complete thread -- stutters but says "vein stenosis as collaterals are easily visualized."
Complete thread -- med s/l donaprez and donaprel
Complete thread -- vein stenosis as collateral _____ easily visualized.
Complete thread -- sent wav. inflammatory lesion on the left chest treated with s/l canti__. They will
Complete thread -- Valleix sign, thx ...
Complete thread -- your blank s/l in the ____ care (could be name of the ward/facility/residency of pt.)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- insulting (NOT assaulting);
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- google the name of hospital and rehab center and see if you can get something from it or
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- patient spent 1 week at our 4W rehab center
Complete thread -- The patient is a 70-year-old white Hungarian male. He was admitted af ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- better than from Life Flight which is what I heard..lol
Complete thread -- consider - to approach --this--
Complete thread -- Unless you are missing something between way and approaches sm
Complete thread -- s/l passively?; the level will be drawn before
Complete thread -- basically, level will be drawn
Complete thread -- I'm hearing what s/l from my fellows; but even otherwise, the sentence sounds incomplete
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- He was aloof, did not participate in any groups, but _________ was com ...
Complete thread -- WAG - "four West"? but what is the context/sentence in which this is dictated?
Complete thread -- I hear: from __. Was the patient referred from another institution or doctor?
Complete thread -- I hear: quote, unquote GI bleed, likely cause bleeding mucosa...sm
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- what is 4w rehab center
Complete thread -- Sorry, I tried. It was much too long and parts of it too fast.
Complete thread -- Moving on...he's TOO much for me at the moment. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think it is Vallieux sign, but double check spelling on that.
Complete thread -- The problem I'm having with this is it's TOO fast and TOO long
Complete thread -- DISCHARGE DIAGNOSES: 1. Gastrointestinal bleed likely _____ bleedi ...
Complete thread -- slurring cholecystectomy maybe? bladder lis is probably bladder lift.
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: Significant for s/l pulstectomy, bladder lis a ...
Complete thread -- Continued posterior tibial nerve neuritis with positive Tinel’s and s/ ...
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- my big thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- but that is gradually clearing up
Complete thread -- I love 'em because the 1st doc I worked for was from Australia.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please help
Complete thread -- creep
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Sorry. I used up the last of the Calgon yesterday.
Complete thread -- Sorry. I used up the last of the Calgon yesterday.
Complete thread -- might be nebivolol (Bystolic)
Complete thread -- Not to mention, that's the way they always say it when "talking" about it,
Complete thread -- Wow, what a mumbler! Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- tinnitus?
Complete thread -- He states that he did go see the ### Hearing Clinic for his *S/L tunas ...
Complete thread -- gotta send in - will flag.
Complete thread -- help with cardiac med. pls help. s/l ambivalol See Mess inside
Complete thread -- I'm sorry, I didn't see your other question. Probably too late, but
Complete thread -- i would go for messed...
Complete thread -- almost s/l 18.9 but don't know if that makes any sense
Complete thread -- I hear you. I have a hard time with British and Australian.
Complete thread -- busted? messed?
Complete thread -- msg
Complete thread -- wav posted sm (did she really say alkaline phosphatase 849??)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Replaced is pretty clear. thanks
Complete thread -- Do you think he means replaced as in crowded aside or placed/pushed
Complete thread -- I think it's probably Integra, skin replacement
Complete thread -- HEENT: Large area of _________ noted on the right superior scalp ...
Complete thread -- see link..scroll down to item 4...note there is an answer, and then an
Complete thread -- uterus was noted to be very globular and s/l "replaced" with multiple fibroids
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Oh boy, I really struggle with British accents!
Complete thread -- She did not feel either of these medications was helpful (was or were?)
Complete thread -- I would make it chem screen because some short words make
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone !!!!
Complete thread -- I would spell it out too, OR ask employer if there is a preference
Complete thread -- not too much like s/l but might flag with Azulfidine sm
Complete thread -- If your client doesn't mind paying for it, go for the extra letters.
Complete thread -- It's in Merriam-Webster's and American Heritage dictionaries
Complete thread -- Thanks for the informative information.
Complete thread -- I would spell out, but that is JMO.
Complete thread -- medilexicon shows HrTH as hypertrehalosemic hormone sm
Complete thread -- Is is preferred to expand out "chem screen" as chemistry screen or leave as is?
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- I have heard of HRT but not HRTH. Is this a proper abbreviation
Complete thread -- s/l in the former aspirate
Complete thread -- I think maybe "low yield."
Complete thread -- Duh, it's pulse volume recording
Complete thread -- shall I type sm...
Complete thread -- Probably s/l "low ees" but could have 2 processes at once.
Complete thread -- He had a bone morrow biopsy and aspiration done on 02/23/2011 and this showed sm
Complete thread -- for her next *post volume recording*.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your opinon, I will go with it.
Complete thread -- slang, but I'd accept it.
Complete thread -- juvenile arthritis steroid inj, s/l 50 mg of resustain. Pls help.
Complete thread -- OMG! thanks - that was a head-smacker for sure
Complete thread -- doc always uses the word "nonissue". Is this acceptable? (He also always uses
Complete thread -- ? Newly found
Complete thread -- meperidine, Truvada?
Complete thread -- insulis ? Cialis (all guesss, please check)
Complete thread -- trividia ? Revatio
Complete thread -- mervididine ? ranitidine
Complete thread -- s/l new "frained" plse sm
Complete thread -- WAV file. Sm for blank.
Complete thread -- List of medications: Asacol, aspirin, Plavix, Altace, s/l mervididine ...
Complete thread -- "maybe not very serious, very rare attacks"??
Complete thread -- you might have something there..but still can't figure out what is before that part.
Complete thread -- ? very rare attacks.
Complete thread -- there are taking medications, so I don't think that is it. I actually heard
Complete thread -- Can you hear *no medications* in there? Not sure!
Complete thread -- H&P for D&C Part of PMH
Complete thread -- Yep will send it in and let them decide.
Complete thread -- If you are a clinic MT I'd probably list speciality, but I do
Complete thread -- yep, would flag this one for sure b/cause the "P' and "F" sounding close
Complete thread -- Looking for Workers Compensation found these 4 abbrev. sm
Complete thread -- Best to flag as an important piece of information, whatever it is.
Complete thread -- structurally, it probably should be lymphatic, but I type verbatim.
Complete thread -- I hear a false. but why would she say false?
Complete thread -- Yes, I definitely let potential clients know what specialties I have transcribed and for
Complete thread -- a positive?
Complete thread -- On a MT resume, do you list out specialties and # of years experience or smg
Complete thread -- He also has a history of CHF with _____ 2-D echocardiogram.
Complete thread -- pt with lymphocele pl sm
Complete thread -- salmeterol
Complete thread -- more information needed pls
Complete thread -- more information needed pls
Complete thread -- with a stress response v. a stress fracture (v. is abbrev for versus here)
Complete thread -- patient with drug overdose: he was given breathing treatments s /l cy meterol ?
Complete thread -- Now I am finding "crossed swords"...hmmm.. I need to look into this.
Complete thread -- crosswise?
Complete thread -- stress response favored over a stress fracture
Complete thread -- Proc: Medial scleral rectus recession. D: muscle was reattached using partial
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: Edema proximally in the third metatarsal with a stress res ...
Complete thread -- :o)
Complete thread -- I think it may be MMI PPI are not addressed (partial permanent impairment)
Complete thread -- MMI PPRI perhaps?
Complete thread -- I quit
Complete thread -- I will just use MMI PPR as perhaps that's it. Certainly sounds like it. Thanks to both!
Complete thread -- boy, was I dyslexic on that!nm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion, but I cannot hear a *t*.
Complete thread -- physician progress report?
Complete thread -- do you think it could be
Complete thread -- Possible allergy to her eyedrops. She is using Combigan, Bion Tears and
Complete thread -- pithing is correct
Complete thread -- Perhaps the *are* is another letter?
Complete thread -- Yes I hear 35 clearly also. Thanks on the cautery
Complete thread -- I hear 35 watts clearly
Complete thread -- yes, definitive exertional pain
Complete thread -- MMI PPR? Not sure of the *R*
Complete thread -- Yes, definitely cautery
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- be sure he didn't say 25 watts rather than 35 and agree with cautery
Complete thread -- cautery?
Complete thread -- I injected around it with 3 mL of 1:10,000 epinephrine and applied 35 watts of _____
Complete thread -- orthodontically-assisted
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- s/l scarpase meningioma
Complete thread -- thanks eemjbh! this is very helpful to know.
Complete thread -- ...s/l orthondically-assisted eruption of that tooth or possible extraction later.
Complete thread -- ohhh, no need for "sorry stuff", takes time learning how to research, just showing ya how
Complete thread -- ?phencyclidine (ch. sp.)
Complete thread -- Many thanks! It was phencyclidine.
Complete thread -- The only other thought I have are Chux pads (no R sound tho)
Complete thread -- Will flag. Had a lab I was not positive of too.
Complete thread -- sounds like hemorrhoid pain control!!! don't think that's it though....
Complete thread -- see link, about halfway down page, shows stuff on test
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. It does not sound like emperic to me
Complete thread -- Tox screen tested positive for THC and *s/l __-cyclodine* (first part is cut off)
Complete thread -- oh...so sorry (thanks)
Complete thread -- google.com wav foot pedal, will bring up a list/price, they look alike so make sure
Complete thread -- google.com plus your phrase dermatotomywas made using a 15-blade
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- google.com + your phrase CT soft tissue and bone algorithms
Complete thread -- This is what BOS2 says
Complete thread -- I thought of them too but am hearing an "R" sound for sure. sm
Complete thread -- without intravenous contrast, utilizing soft tissue and bone *algorithms*
Complete thread -- A small "dermatotomy" was made using a 15-blade. pls sm
Complete thread -- s/m found Xtrasorb site.
Complete thread -- should i cap all of XTRASORB? do not find any other sites w/o all caps.
Complete thread -- There are Tucks pads that are used for hemorrhoids, not sure if that is it tho...
Complete thread -- PT with vaginal bleeding, noted to have blood on the s/l trucks pad. TIA
Complete thread -- which one do you use?
Complete thread -- I got my foot pedals from transcriptiongear.com and very satisfied
Complete thread -- IN need of a new foot pedal. Any suggestions?
Complete thread -- definitive as in no definitely descriptionAl pain would be correctly used here
Complete thread -- I was just wondering if definitive would be used because I had never heard that put that
Complete thread -- dependent (not dependant)
Complete thread -- I see nothing wrong with that (as in "no definite exertional pain) sm
Complete thread -- That may be it! I'm going to go listen again. Thanks!
Complete thread -- clothesline (supposedly like a sagging clothesline)
Complete thread -- clothesline?
Complete thread -- s/l definitive exertional pain.
Complete thread -- Simply tightening the canthal tendon is not an option, as any tightening I performed
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it! Thank you, again.
Complete thread -- I'll listen again. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Cordran tape?
Complete thread -- Patient is status post right thyroid lobectomy.
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- I'm hearing lisinopril/hydrochlorothiazide
Complete thread -- proceed would be correct
Complete thread -- do you think it might be Estroven (and) ginger?
Complete thread -- Should be was, not were. Quality of his movements was
Complete thread -- That is it, thank you both!
Complete thread -- agree, afterload reducing agent sm
Complete thread -- afterload?
Complete thread -- s/l evavist or levovist maybe not hearing 1st part of word?Magnevist
Complete thread -- The patient swelled up when she used the Norvasc. The patient stopped ...
Complete thread -- dysdiadochokinesis
Complete thread -- Neuro exam: s/l disticokinesis
Complete thread -- If spelling, he's probably starting over from beginning - "s t u m" then "s t u" etc
Complete thread -- Rod indeed was inspected.
Complete thread -- Implanon insertion. Removed from package and the s/l rav n d was inspected.
Complete thread -- Thanks Mandi. I will add that if I was more familiar with the term I might go for it, but
Complete thread -- I understand; however, take into account that physicians CANNOT spell
Complete thread -- I would at least change to nonerythematous and nonedematous. "ic" is not
Complete thread -- I got it. sm
Complete thread -- That is probably it, but nothing like what he says or spells, so I will leave a blank on
Complete thread -- MRI of the liver
Complete thread -- Dictator using nonerythemic? and nonedemic? in relation to finger wound.
Complete thread -- Sturmdorf sutures
Complete thread -- Sturmdorf?
Complete thread -- I wondered about Ester-C too but kept thinking maybe 1 word, thanks
Complete thread -- colposcopy and biopsy: "area closed with s/l -stumsturff- stiches.
Complete thread -- Also hear ester and ginger. wondering if ester is "Ester-C" and ginger
Complete thread -- Sent WAV file
Complete thread -- Not sure if it is 1 word or 2. Sounds like ester and ginger. ESL but not bad.
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- could it be "around 99"? Just a suggestion; otherwise, flag for sure.
Complete thread -- I know it is MOnday and I know it is early so could you please sm
Complete thread -- maybe a date? 2/2008 ??
Complete thread -- You are so right Mandi, that makes much more sense.
Complete thread -- pneumovest would be my suggestion
Complete thread -- s/l 208 allegation of psychological abuse
Complete thread -- Precede means "to come before." Proceed means "to go forward." SM
Complete thread -- using the word "proceed versus precede"
Complete thread -- moving on thanks
Complete thread -- Pneumovax
Complete thread -- We tried to use s/l * a pneumo vast * to help him clear secretions. nm
Complete thread -- incidentaloma
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- s/l incidental *mo-ma* sm
Complete thread -- gotta flag . thanksc
Complete thread -- Sorry forgot message, could it be "and Triplex"
Complete thread -- WAG
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- myriad
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- found it: Septisol
Complete thread -- Mallampati
Complete thread -- s/l sep-saw
Complete thread -- On mouth exam, some atrophy along right outer cheek line where pt smg
Complete thread -- thanks! (sorry about the incorrect text)
Complete thread -- ? dry, irritated
Complete thread -- orthopedics
Complete thread -- wav help - the patient had _____ soft palate
Complete thread -- myriad
Complete thread -- The patient has a s/l* merry-at* of medical problems.
Complete thread -- The patient has a s/l* merry-at* of medical problems.
Complete thread -- The patient subsequently underwent harvesting of *fugal*material for the BRCA screen.
Complete thread -- I think it is 1) for clearance... 2) started....3) bleeding risk?
Complete thread -- NM, sending him on.
Complete thread -- The *L-C-A* was then used to spray local anesthesia in
Complete thread -- yaiks.. saw that too late thanks :D
Complete thread -- not "abdominal EKG" but "abnormal EKG."
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- dysphagia diet - you have dysphageal
Complete thread -- pureed everything
Complete thread -- I don't think your voice file matches with the blank with which you are requesting help.
Complete thread -- The patient had a speech therapy evaluation, recommended dysphageal di ...
Complete thread -- (sorry, for me there is no "toe hold" in his meaning to help me clarify his words.)
Complete thread -- (Thank you. Sure stumped me! :-)
Complete thread -- i flagged it
Complete thread -- (I'm curious,....What was the solution you settled upon? :-)
Complete thread -- nevermind thanks
Complete thread -- no need to go that far to search, see link.
Complete thread -- kinda s/l for the be able to stitch
Complete thread -- Her incision was healing well ______ pain was controlled on oral pain ...
Complete thread -- oh, good lord. google it. jees.
Complete thread -- patio?
Complete thread -- my vote would be no commas...
Complete thread -- (I like the commas.) (Not your "punctuation queen" here! :-)
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- (not a good sign.)
Complete thread -- Nevermind - it's nonreactive nonstress test.
Complete thread -- sounds like "nice directed" non-stress test
Complete thread -- indeed but thanks for giving it a try.
Complete thread -- (thanks for the feedback! :-)
Complete thread -- eczematoid!! grr!! If only I would have waited one more minute. It was my
Complete thread -- (which one of my guesses was correct? :-)
Complete thread -- inflammatory?
Complete thread -- oh crud! That was it and I grew impatient and turned it in! : ( thank you!
Complete thread -- no eczematoid changes in the nipple? exempletory? (doc intending "exemplary"?)
Complete thread -- Any wags?
Complete thread -- Breast exam: No nipple discharge. No s/l examatory changes in the nipple
Complete thread -- "due to he is on antipsychotic medications" = because he is on antipsychotic medications.
Complete thread -- too hard, doc makes too many changes, & audio quality at my end too poor.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no wonder I didn't get it..thanks!
Complete thread -- seated? vs certain? On relistening, believe it is "certain."
Complete thread -- is pause for 10 seconds
Complete thread -- She has a hard time moving her joints after she spends a prolonged per ...
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- decrease in temperature ...decreased vibration
Complete thread -- 2 blanks. sm
Complete thread -- not prior history of...but prior CVA with right hemiparesis..is what I hear
Complete thread -- agree with you
Complete thread -- "a barrier"
Complete thread -- Azurette
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- OP, go with Questyr. That seems best and hadn't occurred to me.
Complete thread -- I would do it FEN/GI OG tube....as the FEN/GI is describing the
Complete thread -- I don't think it really matters. I prefer the slashes myself, because that's how docs I
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- phy, not tha. hypophyseal artery aneurysm.
Complete thread -- ?onelook search for hy*artery brought up hypophyseal artery
Complete thread -- s/l hypothacele artery aneurysm
Complete thread -- of this. Just wanted to verify. sorry for 2 posts.
Complete thread -- Stat report. Pt comatose on arrival, moving to painful stimuli. sm
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if doc is slurring through "history of" throat cancer.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I learned something new - don't do much cardiac. nm
Complete thread -- ? by M-mode.
Complete thread -- wav - LVEF by echocardiogram was 72% _____. tx!
Complete thread -- As you know, she is a 62-year-old female with s/l clida throat cancer. ...
Complete thread -- Another dangerously wrong answer from Win ("g"). Nothing new there.
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you!
Complete thread -- neocortex is needed here. Corticomedullary junction can apply to bones and brains.
Complete thread -- onelook shows neo means new...and new cortex, or neocortex would make
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- SERIOUS ERROR...you have written 25 percent..correct is 0.25% which is one-quarter percent
Complete thread -- my spell check accepts it as one word, nondermatomal...as in nontender
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- (I'm unsure about the hyphen.)
Complete thread -- in a non-dermatomal pattern affecting her entire left leg.
Complete thread -- Neurological exam ......... sm
Complete thread -- diverging?
Complete thread -- do you have a s/l?
Complete thread -- The prominent vessels bilaterally at the septum ______ to the right ar ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. Do not know how you picked that out of there!
Complete thread -- all abnormal labs (with) x-rays and EKG...
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- multilocular???
Complete thread -- mucosa-lined
Complete thread -- The examination was remarkable for a smooth mucosal lined mass emanati ...
Complete thread -- I flagged, it was stat. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Only RPB on many abbreviation sites was right portal branch
Complete thread -- What is RPB. He is clear. patient with NSTEMI.
Complete thread -- "A total of 10 cc of 0.25% Marcaine was injected."
Complete thread -- no idea on s/l--would flag or leave blank; typo on history tho'
Complete thread -- orthoped
Complete thread -- 10 mL of 25% Marcaine was injected.
Complete thread -- how to type "10 cc of quarter percent Marcaine"
Complete thread -- since said pacer(maker) EP is likely electrophysiology (lab) sm
Complete thread -- good one....yes, I agree
Complete thread -- Learned a new word. I didn't think it fit very well until I looked up the definition (sm)
Complete thread -- I think paranoid is the idea he is trying to convey, not pariah.
Complete thread -- no problem... thanks.
Complete thread -- ok, thanks.
Complete thread -- that is probably what he is saying..not the correct use but I get what he sm
Complete thread -- yes, he is.
Complete thread -- I'm seeing reference to using it in alternative medicine sm
Complete thread -- Stupid me, correct spelling is above from "helper", so sorry.
Complete thread -- almost looks like pariah. Is the esl Indian?
Complete thread -- pariya
Complete thread -- not medical word - sm
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- feigned
Complete thread -- Tp's s/l *effained or fained* leg weakness, walking with knees
Complete thread -- T'
Complete thread -- see Rules link, top right corner
Complete thread -- cancer treatment with s/l cyanide ? ...
Complete thread -- Just as a diagnosis, for example. Why wouldn't you put in the comma?
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming that for me :)
Complete thread -- It would depend on the entire sentence, but as you have it I
Complete thread -- Stedman's equipment has tesla magnet, I think archives
Complete thread -- "The tesla (symbol T) is the SI derived unit of magnetic field..."
Complete thread -- 3.0 tesla magnet - is the "t" capitalized? (sm)
Complete thread -- no such thing as "a.fibb" there's only one "b" in fibrillation.
Complete thread -- style question: end-stage renal disease on hemodialysis
Complete thread -- collegiate
Complete thread -- Patient has returned to his s/l Colegia tennis playing. ...
Complete thread -- Just found a post yesterday that gives suggestion of Pradaxa for a.fibb.
Complete thread -- have EP see him on Monday
Complete thread -- Medication that s/l prodacta/ferdacta. Patient has a. fibb and GERD and is on Inderal
Complete thread -- Never heard of it but the EP part makes me think electrophysiology, so maybe the name...sm
Complete thread -- EPCM...sm
Complete thread -- just wanted to confirm what I couldn't find thanks
Complete thread -- There isn't a dosage like that. You can check dosages on the
Complete thread -- see archives (Search box) for TPAL
Complete thread -- Coreg ??5/25?? (can't document) mg daily, ramipril...
Complete thread -- living children
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- here...let me google that for you...see link
Complete thread -- Is packing correct here? sm
Complete thread -- OB-GYN HISTORY: Gestations 0, para 0-0-0-2. (can somebody please tell me what the
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- BITCH!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr!
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- moving on
Complete thread -- s/l de-creek-ent
Complete thread -- NM Cetiri D
Complete thread -- s/l sitiri D
Complete thread -- does not seem like, anyway flagging now!!
Complete thread -- WAG, pediatric?
Complete thread -- pt with hypospadias and chordee
Complete thread -- Darn! wish I had not been in a hurry to send it off to review! hope I retain this info.
Complete thread -- yes...it sounds about right!! THANK YOU
Complete thread -- improved aeration?
Complete thread -- wonder if stammering on otoscopic temperature, though I don't think it would be right
Complete thread -- (s/l impuration) which THIS whole word includes the "aeration" part
Complete thread -- missed the e on the end; hydroxychloroquine
Complete thread -- ?hydroxychloroquin. Hootie, per archives, says they mispronounce sm
Complete thread -- it is so slurred i really can't make it =(
Complete thread -- sharing list for next time on drugs "Cef" sound
Complete thread -- can you give us a hint on what it sounds like?
Complete thread -- wav posted sm
Complete thread -- HISTORY: Line tube placement.
Complete thread -- backed out the catheter, (when it) was removed,/ got it! haha!
Complete thread -- otic fluoroscopic temperature?
Complete thread -- Billybob will you please delete. Left name in.
Complete thread -- NM - need to have this deleted.
Complete thread -- increase her *glue fever* beta-2 agonist
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- Pradaxa?
Complete thread -- could it be potassium?
Complete thread -- following is the patient's impression:
Complete thread -- s/l prodaxin therapy
Complete thread -- You gave me enough to make it out. He says almost a CHADS 1 because of her age. Thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry, my (?) above indicates a word or two I can't quite get after "zero."
Complete thread -- She really is a CHADS zero (?) CHADS 1 because of her age. (I can't
Complete thread -- Paroxysmal atrial fibrillation. The patient needs rate control. I will start her on
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- You know, I once worked somewhere that if you did not flag medications you weren't sure
Complete thread -- clearly hear cefazosin (not sure of spelling); only find cefazolin
Complete thread -- Well, ESL with a very high voice, static on line, etc., so I'm not sure
Complete thread -- Thanks for taking the time to post this. I appreciate it
Complete thread -- If you enter them in the onelook box above, it will tell you. Put in one, then the other.
Complete thread -- or measures, rather.
Complete thread -- rhonchi? rales and rhonchi? But I'm still confused. I don't see how nasals sounds like
Complete thread -- Hmm, well I'm hearing a 2-syllable word, so not rales. Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll listen for that. (I'd type measures as another s/l, sorry I wasn't more
Complete thread -- rales? considering the context, that would be my guess. But I don't know what (measures?)
Complete thread -- Chest: Bilateral polyphonic *nasals* (measures?) could be heard. There
Complete thread -- could try a dictionary
Complete thread -- which is which?
Complete thread -- one is a noun, the other isn't?
Complete thread -- does anyone have a clever tip for remembering the difference between mucus and mucous
Complete thread -- nevermind, i think she's saying dystocia
Complete thread -- s/l no decision
Complete thread -- wouldn't put it unless you can verify it. Nothing on FDA site.
Complete thread -- IV?
Complete thread -- nevermind; found on another report Pitocin B thanks again
Complete thread -- don't think cause she says pitocin B or D (long pause) period the patient... thanks
Complete thread -- could doctor be saying "the the patient..." a stammer?
Complete thread -- Under direct fluoro, I backed out of the catheter. The (s/l wetty) was removed.
Complete thread -- never heard this way before but doc dictating Pitocin B or D, not sure which.
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- I should add...link takes you to page 162, but start on page 161
Complete thread -- see link for how air gas fluid terms can be applied. I would give him what he says
Complete thread -- meaning doc intends is "Not even rare contractions were appreciated." Let it pass.
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you. Didn't realize that.
Complete thread -- no rare contractions make sense?
Complete thread -- at 2.5 cm above the anal verge was smooth, regular and patent. Thanks but I just got it.
Complete thread -- agree, can't help w/o a sounds-like
Complete thread -- A sound-like would be nice, if not a sound file.
Complete thread -- So, is it a mistake? Air-fluid and gas-fluid exchange are (see message)
Complete thread -- colonic J-pouch-anal anastomosis had 2.5 cm of (___)
Complete thread -- IOW, it is C3F8 gas they are using for the gas-fluid exchange, not air.
Complete thread -- If you are asking if they are interchangable here, the C3F8 is the gas they are using.
Complete thread -- oh ok thanks
Complete thread -- air-fluid exchange is same as gas-fluid exchange;in radiol, (air=gas)-fluid level.
Complete thread -- is there a discrepancy between gas-fluid and air-fluid or does this make sense?
Complete thread -- hematologic
Complete thread -- hematogenous maybe
Complete thread -- link for you NOPE
Complete thread -- good one marg, could not think of anything
Complete thread -- "NOPE" I disagree. Link for Contemporary Clinical Urology Humana Press
Complete thread -- Thank you! I figured it out about the same time you posted!
Complete thread -- staccato ck my sp
Complete thread -- s/l barky versus "sa-cau-doe"
Complete thread -- This is not a reliable resource. You can document just
Complete thread -- S/L AuFrank? =Aufranc elevator Tessier surg word bk 3rd pg 686
Complete thread -- s/l hematologous" fluid may be (close as could get) homologous
Complete thread -- That was it!! Thanks
Complete thread -- Second stage arrest?
Complete thread -- Help with OB report please
Complete thread -- Aspirated "hematologous" fluid from the knee
Complete thread -- I think it IS likely sm & click on link look over phrases
Complete thread -- pure guess a/l apination may be attenuation? (loss of intensity on imaging sm
Complete thread -- Tp has a history of LAD s/l arterial bridge lesion.
Complete thread -- Exact sentence or statement if possible - thanks.
Complete thread -- I wonder is end state is end-stage? sm
Complete thread -- Pt with abdominal ultrasound sm
Complete thread -- moderate median lobe
Complete thread -- The prostate was moderately enlarged with a s/l *moderate
Complete thread -- thanks very much all!
Complete thread -- Sorry, not coming up with anything. :-(
Complete thread -- NM going to flag.
Complete thread -- Well I guess it doesn't help.
Complete thread -- From MedLexicon above. I don't know if any appropriate.
Complete thread -- abductor pollicis brevis (APB) strength
Complete thread -- i'll bet it's APB for abductor pollicis brevis
Complete thread -- s/l APV motor strength? anyone know what APV stands for?
Complete thread -- Sorry. Additional irrigation and suctioning were performed.
Complete thread -- just curious. what does he/she say next?
Complete thread -- Yep ~ didn't even notice the typo! guess i'm a little deficient in my zzz's too!
Complete thread -- removed through the 10 mm port site with *phyto* of *Fido*.
Complete thread -- Geez, not enough sleep - combining, but you got it anyway.
Complete thread -- ¡MUCHO appreciado! :-) :-) :-)
Complete thread -- Norovirus (formerly Norwalk agent) Maybe combing or using
Complete thread -- What on earth could this be: s/l "NOR-oh-agent"
Complete thread -- looks like dorsoradial is okay, in Dorlands per archives.
Complete thread -- dorsoradial aspect or dorsal radial aspect?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- WAG... B aldolase?
Complete thread -- lab
Complete thread -- ;-)
Complete thread -- ? mount
Complete thread -- s/l wet prep melt
Complete thread -- a pleasant, alopecic white female
Complete thread -- sounds good to me.
Complete thread -- yes; should i switch word around and say she is a pleasant white female with alopecia?
Complete thread -- is she a cancer patient with hair loss?
Complete thread -- s/l alopecia
Complete thread -- found it. laid in sutures
Complete thread -- layered?
Complete thread -- . His wound was managed with delayed primary closure and it looked good today and the
Complete thread -- i thought it meant to cut something off so didn't bother to double check. my bad. thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone; I blanked it and will get the dictator to clarify it.
Complete thread -- did you google lanced and think it didn't fit?
Complete thread -- kind of s/l right leg lanced???
Complete thread -- n/m -sorry i accidently looked up fibrAfatty and not fibrOfatty.
Complete thread -- finding hits on google but only 1 on onelook and don't really trust google. is
Complete thread -- Yes, Thank you!
Complete thread -- C-arm?
Complete thread -- halo?
Complete thread -- Well, Zim (mer) or Kim, who knows? There is a Zimmer laminectomy frame...
Complete thread -- here is a link to the Jackson table standard equipment and accessories.
Complete thread -- CT scan of the head and neck demonstrated no S/L Lasglow? cut-off and no high-grade s
Complete thread -- Any chance of Zimmer frame?
Complete thread -- Awesome! Thanks. Just wasn't clicking for me.
Complete thread -- torturing and
Complete thread -- Laminectomy: Patient placed on Jackson table in the "Kim" frame. Can't document. sm
Complete thread -- WAV - as he thought we were just _____ SM
Complete thread -- I'm thinking it should be seated SLR (straight leg raise) as that is one
Complete thread -- am also seeing Cobb elevator, but doesn't really match s/l either
Complete thread -- No, definitely hearing a K sound in there but TY so much for responding
Complete thread -- periosteal elevator?
Complete thread -- IT band was separated from the soft tissue using a S/L AuFrank? elevator
Complete thread -- I tend to think of the peritoneum in reference to the viscera
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- For archives MIC or MICs lab,= Minimum inhibitory concentration
Complete thread -- I google.com your phrase. Click the link, look over the phrases in articles
Complete thread -- looks like test for low back and neck pain so C4 would fit sm
Complete thread -- derm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- really? The stomach is intraperitoneal, the esophagus attaches
Complete thread -- but didn't I already explain when I noted the OP said "new to GI"?
Complete thread -- Carelinc?
Complete thread -- the request has been faxed to ____________in his city Coldwater, Michi ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Insight is very limited...
Complete thread -- Schober?
Complete thread -- somewhere as a parts manager
Complete thread -- He does not drink any alcoholic beverages. He does not use any tobacc ...
Complete thread -- He used to work at ________ ...
Complete thread -- Nevermind - I think he is saying "alkalotic state"
Complete thread -- part of Waddell testing
Complete thread -- s/l "mild epilotic state"
Complete thread -- Yes, I just figured that out and was coming to post. Thanks!
Complete thread -- vanco (vancomycin) MIC of 1, vanco MIC of 2?
Complete thread -- vancomycin?
Complete thread -- s/l "vangamicis"
Complete thread -- Brooke'd the ileostomy
Complete thread -- matured?
Complete thread -- Doesn't s/l either tied or sewed. He's such a mumbler! LOL thx
Complete thread -- s/l "bwerked" the ileostomy with 3-0 Vicryl
Complete thread -- ? tied or sewed them to the skin
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- they don't always say the entire term sm
Complete thread -- placed a Jackson-Pratt drain and s/l "side em" to the skin with 2-0 silks
Complete thread -- distal embolization
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- Yes, I know that. I clicked on it 3 times and nothing but Google home page came up.
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- Ugh! It was PRO-- I should have checked back one more time...no worries-- now I know! ty!
Complete thread -- Thanx, again.
Complete thread -- Thanx
Complete thread -- see link inside
Complete thread -- s/l a lift procedure sm
Complete thread -- it works
Complete thread -- link working here
Complete thread -- Maybe they don't know you have to click on "link" to open it.
Complete thread -- Strange because it works when I click on it. Would someone please
Complete thread -- Link didn't show, but I Googled circle of Willis - could be. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ? duplex - I know not anywhere close to your s/l.
Complete thread -- may be verbal shorthand referring to evaluation thru the circle of Willis see link
Complete thread -- there is such a thing as properitoneal (see: p. fat, p. inguinal hernia)
Complete thread -- the esophagus is a bit distant from the peritoneum
Complete thread -- because I actually wanted to know
Complete thread -- word help - type of evaluation - sm
Complete thread -- fibrinopurulent?
Complete thread -- Her wound is satisfactory and there is s/l defibrulo purulent
Complete thread -- why ask?
Complete thread -- Xience!! Woo hoo
Complete thread -- I think it is Xiance!!
Complete thread -- s/l lions. help please
Complete thread -- GI
Complete thread -- doh!
Complete thread -- it's except for
Complete thread -- They were talking about maybe/may be - :)
Complete thread -- why assume esophageal
Complete thread -- Yes! LOL...my nervous brain missed it...thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- two words?? pre is not a word
Complete thread -- ranitidine is 150
Complete thread -- may be, two words. Other than that, I think it looks ok
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you...just found it as well. Can you check and see if this works now?
Complete thread -- how about preperitoneally
Complete thread -- toremifene
Complete thread -- what type of hernia? you said "new to GI", so I am assuming esophageal.
Complete thread -- gives
Complete thread -- thanks - that give me more to go on-- he is definitely saying PRO first?
Complete thread -- Vaseretic
Complete thread -- retroperitoneally?
Complete thread -- Medication that sounds like verestic 10/25 mg p.o. q. day, in a list of meds
Complete thread -- hernia repair-- s/l pro-pair-neilly
Complete thread -- Thank you billybob! I think you've cracked the case! ...
Complete thread -- Besides "A Tuffier retractor was" "bronchial edges...were"
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- meloxicam.
Complete thread -- Pain medication
Complete thread -- Tuffier
Complete thread -- I was trying..thought I heard illuminators if that helps
Complete thread -- thoracotomy. Two ____ retractors were placed and the bronchial
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ONE EXTERNAL FIXATOR FROM BIOMET ______
Complete thread -- see if you like the hits for mucosal-vermilion or muco-vermilion
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- looks like correct use of combining form to me, though my
Complete thread -- Getting a few hits for "mucovermilion junction" (one L) on Google
Complete thread -- found it...Donepezil
Complete thread -- not sure how to type "mucovermillion junction"
Complete thread -- Thanks...having a brain cramp!
Complete thread -- That would make sense, since it's not Caesar section. LOL Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l termafin
Complete thread -- Old Dorland's Medical Speller does not cap it
Complete thread -- it was named after a person Eustachius, but when I asked myself
Complete thread -- Drug name: "dom-pi-zel" Patient has obstructive uropathy
Complete thread -- keratectomy??
Complete thread -- vitrectomy
Complete thread -- FVC maneuver (forced expiratory volume)?
Complete thread -- surgery for diabetic eye disease
Complete thread -- does "eustachian" get capitalized? Checked archives and seen both ways.
Complete thread -- WAG-newly created?
Complete thread -- ---flagged
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- uropathy
Complete thread -- ENT exam is stable. Neck veins flat. Chest shows good air flow, delay in s/l "lucent"
Complete thread -- Med in a lady with CKD, hypertension, renal artery stenosis, "A reglan ide"
Complete thread -- firing of a GIA stapler 4.2. The _____ incision was
Complete thread -- right-sided obstructive *uropsy*
Complete thread -- thanks Margaret, right was correct.
Complete thread -- (I like it!)
Complete thread -- listen for "right" or "left" instead of "flat" bundle branch block.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l four thousand
Complete thread -- With the information given, I wouldn't expand unless could
Complete thread -- MVD=MultiVessel Disease
Complete thread -- actually Margaret, you were also correct for your first response.Ck the MedLexicon link
Complete thread -- MVD=microvascular decompression and mitral valve disease are the only 2 in acronym finder.
Complete thread -- another option Mitral Valve Disease
Complete thread -- could be adenosine (Ado) induced stress test EKG
Complete thread -- Thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- consider multiple vessel or vasculature disease.
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: CKD MVD. What does MVD expand to? Chronic kidney disease, ________
Complete thread -- or "in his '80 electrocardiogram," EKG of 1980?
Complete thread -- thanks for responding, was scratching my head on this one, never too late to learn :)
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. I thought that sounded like what he was saying but did not know.
Complete thread -- sounds like ada or letters A D A?
Complete thread -- verify with cinefluoroscopy
Complete thread -- or cine
Complete thread -- I think he is actually correcting himself
Complete thread -- There was no stent apparent on fluoroscopy or _____ of the left anterior descendin
Complete thread -- S/L "ADA electrocardiogram"
Complete thread -- this is the only Activia (yogurt) I have heard of so far
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I agree with insult
Complete thread -- just an FYI, you could with a $10 microphone and sound recorder. (I do)
Complete thread -- and was injected with pain...
Complete thread -- was drained
Complete thread -- arthroscopic space
Complete thread -- The arthroscope _____drained and was injected pain medications
Complete thread -- Well, at least will have a properly punctuated blank.
Complete thread -- should have heard that, thanks so much
Complete thread -- Zetia 10 daily, Activia *line* and Colace 300 mg daily,
Complete thread -- social work
Complete thread -- The patient’s discharge was delayed due to numerous ____ issues.
Complete thread -- I stand corrected; wanted to put an extra syllable in there
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- No need as far as I am concerned as well. Thanx.
Complete thread -- it is short for 5-hydroxyindoleacetic acid and Stedmans Labs shows the
Complete thread -- agree, no comma needed there, but also, she had rectal bleeding without needless article "
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- I have it handwritten and shown as confirmed as 5-HIAA in my lab book
Complete thread -- according to American Academy of Family Physicians web site this is the
Complete thread -- it's actually creatine
Complete thread -- superolateral pole
Complete thread -- I heard "not" in there too.
Complete thread -- in what context? should use hyphen generally to show relatedness
Complete thread -- The patient does NOT have a patient centered medical home
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, Darlene. I type from tapes, so I can't post a wav.
Complete thread -- CK is short for creatinine kinase; MB is short for myocardial bands sm
Complete thread -- COMMUNITY PHYSICIAN: The patient does have a _____ (PCMH).
Complete thread -- What is the correct way to type 5 H one AA?
Complete thread -- I forgot the link, here 'tis
Complete thread -- likely is MB (MB and MD sound similar (trying to figure out is there is a heart connection
Complete thread -- See msg. TY.
Complete thread -- s/l solu free diet may be solute free diet sm
Complete thread -- I wouldn't use a comma after "at which time" but that's JMO.
Complete thread -- rectal bleeding and diarrhea ____.
Complete thread -- is it 1000 of L-taurine?
Complete thread -- THanks!
Complete thread -- I could not get it. Listened several times.
Complete thread -- Do you mean it's a 4-year-old? Maybe Barlow?
Complete thread -- Ortho: s/l ** blood loss **
Complete thread -- perk along?
Complete thread -- perk along quite well ?
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- The link indicated "field actinic keratosis", (the exact phrase) and 1380
Complete thread -- chondroitin sulfate, Avapro, and ____.
Complete thread -- no, says it more like one word, solufree diet...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- sodium-free diet?
Complete thread -- s/l solu free diet?
Complete thread -- It should be there.
Complete thread -- forme fruste
Complete thread -- thanks and thanks for that link
Complete thread -- I usually hear the carina is sharp. Try googling the phrase
Complete thread -- in regards to her dermatographism and possible findings which might be compatible
Complete thread -- works fine - you should be able to link to the orignal page too. SM
Complete thread -- guessing hearing end of term - may be areola/areolar
Complete thread -- Thanks kibbitzer, increasing the zoom size fixed the problem.
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- see link inside
Complete thread -- This is just a test to see if I can make my link work
Complete thread -- glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate, Avapro, and _____
Complete thread -- drug that s/l mel ah real
Complete thread -- Questyr, I think it may have to do with your zoom setting.
Complete thread -- i think you're right.. thanks
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Complete thread -- Yes, flat plate is correct
Complete thread -- paced out of 8 short episodes?
Complete thread -- rectal bleeding and diarrhea *on the spit*
Complete thread -- Called in and the PA told me just to put bone tumor
Complete thread -- s/l "flat plate" ....sentence below
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- new to op notes. Procedure is bronchoscopy.
Complete thread -- severe third degree total thickness burns (hyphens anywhere?)
Complete thread -- oops, when I think of mitochondrial, I think in terms of DNA or the like
Complete thread -- do you think? I think DNA with that or neurologic type diseases with that. Just never
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ??mitochondrial??
Complete thread -- billybob..I have a new computer..my "link" capability is not working..do
Complete thread -- flaccid
Complete thread -- Yes..my link capability is not working..google...every other day basis hyphen..first hit
Complete thread -- I'm sorry. I can't find "myochondrial tumor" of the left knee
Complete thread -- What is your question?
Complete thread -- This is just in a list under PMH myocondrial tumor of the left knee.
Complete thread -- could he be saying..change in the stool/urinary habits with s/l of thee ??
Complete thread -- ?flacid
Complete thread -- s/l fassid please help
Complete thread -- ?Whiteside's line
Complete thread -- flagged it....
Complete thread -- med s/l demanatose
Complete thread -- total knee arthroscopy: s/l wide side lines, or white side lines, or ???
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Complete thread -- that is currently insulin dependent. According to him
Complete thread -- This is a 70-year-old male with a history of diabetes that has current ...
Complete thread -- Deep doesn't make sense. ? if saying his, though not anything
Complete thread -- I hear judgement
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sounds like *deep* stool. See msg
Complete thread -- lingular
Complete thread -- sorry I forgot
Complete thread -- hyphen
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- axonotmesis
Complete thread -- FINALLY figured it out!! QR powder is it.
Complete thread -- I hear factor level III, can't get more.
Complete thread -- I will relisten for that. He is such a speed talker! Thank you.
Complete thread -- ? electrocautery or seems to be the name of the cautery equipment.
Complete thread -- At least not in the U.S. Maybe because she walks on it
Complete thread -- uploaded
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Pt with fingertip/nail bed laceration SM
Complete thread -- The patient was admitted to the hospital and met with neurology consul ...
Complete thread -- Purell is also a popular hand sanitizer too!
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Complete thread -- Does fit context and sounds like that. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- WAG... Purell laundry detergent?
Complete thread -- posted wav. Eczema on bilateral middle fingers, likely irritant contact dermatitis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I googled it too but didn't see clearly that 'field' is directly connected to actinic
Complete thread -- without a nidus
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- apparently so, see link
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