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Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- as you have it SM
Complete thread -- yes-delineating the fullest extent of the....
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded
Complete thread -- I can't hear mp3 but delineating looks right, just spelled wrong.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- to a head
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- lol...I was way out there!
Complete thread -- but is it Word's ??, he is saying everywhere Word's catheter
Complete thread -- in her next report, and thin .....
Complete thread -- please help me to correct the sentence. thanks ...
Complete thread -- Word catheter -see message-
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- adolescent?
Complete thread -- does not sound like that, thanks for your respone
Complete thread -- Tanzanian for Tanzania Africa?
Complete thread -- general: calm, alert, oriented, s/l tamizem African-American male. tx.
Complete thread -- Lovenox 30 mg once a day (or every other day?) maybe?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- there is an herbal turmeric
Complete thread -- The other day, Cipro, *tamrick* drops, metoprolol.
Complete thread -- that IMO
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Thanks caps
Complete thread -- I couldn't find anything EE orientation. :)
Complete thread -- Maybe he meant IIA (or) IIB? not Qb or p...?
Complete thread -- thanks, was not sure when he said a q or b in that statement. Will relisten.
Complete thread -- oh heck. sorry. that's incorrect. Should be pT1N1M0 (tumor, node, metastasis)
Complete thread -- pN1M1N0 (pathological staging, not a b)... stage IIA is right...
Complete thread -- cancer stage stage IIA Qb N1MiM0 infiltrating ductal carcinoma
Complete thread -- Thank you ...
Complete thread -- AAA repair (or if you can expand to add to line count - abdominal aortic aneursym repair)
Complete thread -- I'd expand it if allowed, abdominal aortic aneurysm or AAA
Complete thread -- Gamma Knife®
Complete thread -- could someone tell me the correct way to type triple A repair. Thanks ...
Complete thread -- I think it is *all done under ST (stereotactic). Orientation mark was placed....
Complete thread -- Will search a little more, if I do not find anything will flag it. Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- Not sure what EE is either. He is pretty clear with the EE orientation mark. stumped.
Complete thread -- your sound like is *as done*?...perhaps all done under...what is EE?
Complete thread -- I have always heard it referred to as a table, but suppose couch could work. Thank poi.
Complete thread -- the images I see show a padded table, guess that could be called
Complete thread -- last one, s/l as done under EE orientation mark
Complete thread -- Does couch make sense in this sentence above, sorry forgot my question.
Complete thread -- Thanks passthru.
Complete thread -- s/l assisted on the couch of the Leksell gamma knife model C.
Complete thread -- doesn't to me
Complete thread -- check rhizotomy
Complete thread -- s/l razani or risoni treatment for trigeminal neuralgia
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- in part
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- Petrosal - see link -
Complete thread -- Also saying right and left "petrazole" vein
Complete thread -- Workup for Cushing's syndrome. AT -5 minutes right "PETRAZOLE" ACTH was 46.1 pg/mL
Complete thread -- sometime/some time usage (sm)
Complete thread -- sometimes
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's news to me.
Complete thread -- I'm going to flag but says same in plan: Nephrolithiasis: Start IV fluids, "Flomax," and
Complete thread -- some times or sometimes?
Complete thread -- check the indications for Flomax women
Complete thread -- I think he's meaning torticollis and just shortening it.
Complete thread -- Bilateral cervical dystonia with anterior s/l "call-us" and kyphotic posture with
Complete thread -- She was given 1 liter of normal saline, Toradol, "and Flomax," with the pain now much
Complete thread -- I hear dermolysis in there before colon resection. I'd have to flag
Complete thread -- ascending and descending stairs requires **separation**
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- maybe that is it! Thanks.
Complete thread -- breast cancer, left, number next, anorexia...maybe?
Complete thread -- tenesmus-I believed the definition given yesterday for this term, but it was incorrect
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks. I think it could possibly be mastectomy on the left but I do not
Complete thread -- Five hours of this preservation stuff and the OP never came back anyway.
Complete thread -- could be. Not sure. Have racked up a few more flags, will flag this too. Thanks.
Complete thread -- shortness of breath this time of the year?. She had slightly
Complete thread -- wav file. The 5 years is probably not correct. It could be for years, can't tell.
Complete thread -- good one jan!!! just got FDA email update this "morning on new drugs"
Complete thread -- RPLND-Laparoscopic Retroperitoneal Lymph Node Dissection & crura sm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- in his deceased dad (?)
Complete thread -- s/l crack on - is Krackow technique sm (how to find for next time? sm
Complete thread -- Even if it was that she needed to persevere, that is not perseveration, which
Complete thread -- wav help. There is a family history of alcoholism and ______
Complete thread -- mildly stressed?
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't get it... mumbojumbo most of it, but does sound like he is saying mildly..
Complete thread -- testing 123
Complete thread -- test
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Complete thread -- Hmm that was my first post to this thread but to know an idiot like you
Complete thread -- Are you really so ignorant you don't know what it means to "persevere" and see how
Complete thread -- Ejection fraction is 70%. This is a mild (___). Echocardiogram
Complete thread -- i think there is a word between "urinary" and "as well as" s/l trismus to me but cant find
Complete thread -- I know it makes no sense, but I clearly hear trismus -I think he misspoke
Complete thread -- sounds like "as well as" frequency for that part of it
Complete thread -- history of dysuria in the past who has developed three urinary tract i ...
Complete thread -- How about paresthesias over the dorsum...
Complete thread -- I honestly hope you did NOT put perseveration.
Complete thread -- persistent?
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing piercing either. Something p*ed, like positioned, but not that either.
Complete thread -- yes, that certainly makes sense, but it wasn't what I was hearing . TY. :)
Complete thread -- piercing (in character)
Complete thread -- wav posted. She describes the pain as being s/l pierces over the dorsum of the thumb
Complete thread -- since no source given could it be Naphazoline not Neptazane
Complete thread -- perseveration (pәr-sevәr-aLshәn) the inappropriate persistence or repetition
Complete thread -- Obviously a definition which fits you perfectly. Hope you get some help with your problem
Complete thread -- ...sigh...
Complete thread -- stabilization?
Complete thread -- Quick definitions (perseveration)
Complete thread -- (for archives) RISPERDAL® CONSTA® (risperidone) Long-acting Injection
Complete thread -- assuming one does one step per foot, and not 2 feet on each step.
Complete thread -- I believe separation fits; the good leg cannot do part of the painful leg's work on stairs
Complete thread -- will flag. No way to get him. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Of course it fits. If you don't know what perseverance is, look at the definition inside
Complete thread -- preparation?
Complete thread -- So you think that fits, that the patient requires that to walk up and down
Complete thread -- oh crap it's not only a psychological term you know-it-all
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. respiratory insufficiency. Not sure hematocrit is 29 or 39.
Complete thread -- I already know what it means. Psychology. a. Uncontrollable repetition of a particular re
Complete thread -- Check OneLook for the second meaning of perseveration.
Complete thread -- That may be and he's just mumbling at the beginning because patient has CHF
Complete thread -- how would that fit?
Complete thread -- A BNP? any cardiac issues?
Complete thread -- perseveration
Complete thread -- s/l "OBNC" is 4626.
Complete thread -- ascending and descending stairs requires **separation**
Complete thread -- I noticed the 2 different spellings as well - but neurilemoma in Stedman's
Complete thread -- neurilemmoma found this spelling too.
Complete thread -- Thanks, it must be. She does kind of mumble through it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- cholestyramine?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks. WIll check that out :)
Complete thread -- s/l glo-sair'-a-mine
Complete thread -- so are you agreeing with sialoid or sour, because sour sounds nothing like the s/l
Complete thread -- Here is where you put your MT knowledge to work
Complete thread -- sounds like something around the spinal cord with the neuro part considering
Complete thread -- neurilemoma?
Complete thread -- Not sure about the "neuro" part, but other sounds like leiomyoma, which is a tumor
Complete thread -- heterogenicity
Complete thread -- s/l small neurol la moe ma at C5-6
Complete thread -- s/l hair-o-genicity
Complete thread -- where he reached? 85% of the target. Not sure of the where he reached?
Complete thread -- sialoid
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? pars, more so the
Complete thread -- ? sour
Complete thread -- "possible TEE in a couple of weeks"? (transesophageal echocardiogram)
Complete thread -- low back pain, history of
Complete thread -- He can also use s/l saloroid candies or other sialogogues to maintain ...
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- There was a negative exercise stress _____ 85% of the target heart rate
Complete thread -- The patient is to have a cardiac cath tomorrow to rule out left to right shunt and
Complete thread -- thanx ...
Complete thread -- able to provide the patient with some.....if "i" in s/l is long. "pro"=unstressed, could
Complete thread -- pars moreso
Complete thread -- It is my belief that based on the gait control theory of pain, we may ...
Complete thread -- given the other results, I suspect doc intended to say "75 to 100 WBCs"
Complete thread -- (it is conceivable to me doc might say "tissue plasminogen thrombolysis," "tP thrombolysis
Complete thread -- Krakow, I believe, same as the town.
Complete thread -- doc is pretending that Chuck is the singular of Chux, the most common waterproof bed pad:
Complete thread -- Thanks, though!
Complete thread -- I wondered that also, but I'm not hearing the A.
Complete thread -- TPA?
Complete thread -- Not sure what the TP stands for and not locating anything (so I can verify)...
Complete thread -- please check content.. thanks...
Complete thread -- Pradaxa
Complete thread -- EXPLORE-XA? Portola? -see link-
Complete thread -- bivalve? ...
Complete thread -- Pt with bilateral ankle fractures. s/l Vi-Belle's cast in place.
Complete thread -- prodexa?
Complete thread -- just ignore me completely, now that I found what rplnd is, my guess was way off.
Complete thread -- Nevermind, found the rplnd. Shouldn't that be caps?
Complete thread -- what is rplnd? bilateral scrotal masses?
Complete thread -- crura maybe?
Complete thread -- testicular cancer- pt had rplnd that showed bilateral "crue" masses
Complete thread -- That does makes more sense.
Complete thread -- Thank you..
Complete thread -- perhaps symmetrically?
Complete thread -- I'd think he was meaning in the septal-ward leads, but that's me
Complete thread -- according to my book, septal defects cause R wave abnormalities, not ST-T,
Complete thread -- please check content.. thanks...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- in the
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thrush-going to start
Complete thread -- V-Y flap?
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Pt. has a history of a prior s/l Vee-Vi flap surgery for a left buttock pressure sore
Complete thread -- agree, on a UA, you typically hear something like 10 to 25 or something like that, not
Complete thread -- looks like 7500 to me but in UA that doesn't make sense to me, maybe
Complete thread -- Urinalysis was positive for "white blood cell" of "seven five hundred"
Complete thread -- thank you and thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- I hear "prognosis for all alternatives of management."
Complete thread -- Could the wav be too long. Mine acted like it tried to download something and then quit.
Complete thread -- maybe just me, but nothing there
Complete thread -- I bet it was Neptazane!!! Sorry you were given incorrect answer.
Complete thread -- would you please try again? thanks
Complete thread -- No wav?
Complete thread -- Even IF that is available in the US, the dose does NOT match
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- etioven 30 mg cp : b/30 - Comparsanté - comparateur de prix pour ... - [ Translate this pa
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- The foreign sites that show that medication (?) show it only dosed at 30 mg. I'd
Complete thread -- I'd double check that if I were you?
Complete thread -- Thank you Darlene.
Complete thread -- naftazone, (Etioven®) sm
Complete thread -- ostomy bag clip sm
Complete thread -- Elderly pt on s/l Naftazone 50 mg. Not listed on drugs.com/sm
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both for the confirmation!
Complete thread -- Wouldn't someone with birthdate of 9/09/1942 be 68? He says she's
Complete thread -- maybe spondyloarthropathic changes? (spondyloarthropathy)
Complete thread -- I got this. It was Vivitrol (naltrexone). Thanks
Complete thread -- agree, looks okay... clips and stoma powder
Complete thread -- It sounds kind of like "envamatrawl shot" now
Complete thread -- okay in my opinion
Complete thread -- Ah, seeing tons of hits for stoma powder. so NM on that one. I think clips may be
Complete thread -- I thought to help him stop drinking but he does have epilepsy and on Dilantin so I'll list
Complete thread -- GI note by ESL. I have a couple of s/l inside. Please
Complete thread -- if talking about spondylolisthesis, could be traction changes
Complete thread -- Do you have any clue what the shot might be for? gabatril? guess here
Complete thread -- spondy what? what is a spondy?
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- the patient was stating that if he did not get "a infabatril" shot, he was going to
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- fyi, even the BoS says if the 's is dictated to use it, but should check w/acct
Complete thread -- Fahr syndrome (the trend is to drop the 'S, but yur call sm
Complete thread -- I LOVE it when they try to spell :D basal ganglion calcification (Fahr's syndr
Complete thread -- PHACE syndrome is a neurocutaneous syndrome with the following features: posterior fossa m
Complete thread -- ? The medicament has fibrinogen or fibrin,
Complete thread -- Phars syndrome - I can't verify this
Complete thread -- HCV core or E1/E2 proteins.
Complete thread -- Well, good.
Complete thread -- Well, he could be giving the wrong date too so I blanked both.
Complete thread -- I would still flag, but it is possible to have a bone or synovial
Complete thread -- this is abusive, snarky. what is this? "don't your THINK
Complete thread -- You asked "Wouldn't someone with birthdate of 9/09/1942 be 68?"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- radiobrachiocephalic
Complete thread -- I think you answered your own question, but flag if verbatim since clearly spoken
Complete thread -- No I know she's 68. Don't you think?
Complete thread -- don't you think?
Complete thread -- radial/brachial cephalic fistula (or) radio-/brachiocephalic fistula. Best way??
Complete thread -- she underwent a right L2-L3 lumbar s/l "cystectomy." Is this correct? sm
Complete thread -- Wouldn't someone with birthdate of 9/09/1942 be 68? He says she's
Complete thread -- agreed.
Complete thread -- they explored it to see how the fusion looked and had to revise it
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I'd leave the E+1 part blank, can't find info on that
Complete thread -- I'd also use antibody if that was what he dictated. antibody positive, antigen negative.
Complete thread -- viral load can range from "not detected" to hundreds of millions. The meaning of "not dete
Complete thread -- No viral load is measured in IU. Hepatitis is typically equivalents/mL, see link
Complete thread -- international units spelled out IMO and hepatitis B antibody, B e-antigen negative maybe
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- did I transcribe this correctly: low viral load at approximately 1.3 E+1 units/ml
Complete thread -- Tenesmus is the feeling that you constantly need to pass stools, even though your bowels a
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- extra P waves. This may actually represent atrial flutter with a 2:1 beat
Complete thread -- patient has urinary s/l trismus, frequency burning
Complete thread -- no (-) needed in P waves. This may .. ... looks good.
Complete thread -- MP3 help with ESL doctor. Mostly just need a double check.
Complete thread -- ekg... extra P-waves. this may actually represent atrial flutter with a 2:1 beat.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- 8. No large zones of reperfusion abnormality. ? other one
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- see inside
Complete thread -- Risperdal "25 mg intramuscularly" every 2 weeks. Very clear. Could this be correct?
Complete thread -- Now I listened again and I believe it is TPMT.
Complete thread -- We posted at the same time. Thank you, everybody!
Complete thread -- I found TMPT and that seems to fit. ?
Complete thread -- wouldn't it really be TMPT, or TPT, TPTR wouldn't work, that I can see
Complete thread -- I'm finding nothing..any chance he is saying TPTR (trimethyl prurine transferase)?
Complete thread -- Doc says: TP and TR trimethyl purine transferase. I'm not sure on the TP and TR part
Complete thread -- maybe MyoDynamic® VST device? -see link-
Complete thread -- laparoscopic uterine nerve ablation (LUNA)
Complete thread -- Oh duh - it's orad
Complete thread -- nevermind. LUNA. ...
Complete thread -- sterilization
Complete thread -- EGD - Irregularity of the Z-line with s/l vorad migration Thx
Complete thread -- I hear it too now. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks. I flagged the whole report.
Complete thread -- I hear "tonight"
Complete thread -- You DO abbreviate most standard measurements, that is the standard on 'verbatim' accounts
Complete thread -- Ignore this post. I have multiple other flags now.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- I tried, clueless too.l
Complete thread -- sending on now....thanks
Complete thread -- wav file, last night? it looks like?
Complete thread -- TwoCal-HN is my guess
Complete thread -- In medication list - s/l 2 cal or tocal 60 mL p.o. t.i.d.
Complete thread -- hand therapy with s/l "myo-de-nucament vibrim" care --Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- mtdictionary.com and http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/4573576/description.html
Complete thread -- That's just what it sounds like but I couldn't find it to document.
Complete thread -- Thanks! ESL and it's verbatim so it's killing me but I have to leave it. :\
Complete thread -- Medicut catheter?
Complete thread -- was seen
Complete thread -- "most"? that is pretty broad.
Complete thread -- Placement of G-tube - "medi-cuff" catheter?
Complete thread -- there is Azo for urinary tract infection?? sm
Complete thread -- I'll listen for those - thanks much
Complete thread -- s/l sca-cog-natic - nystagmotic (beats) (nystagmography) may be in there
Complete thread -- Could it be ECochG testing?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l sca-cog-natic testing - sm
Complete thread -- We will go ahead and repeat a D-dimer here, and if it is elevated we will "do the
Complete thread -- hypoglycemia, abnormally "low level of the sugar glucose in the blood
Complete thread -- s/l Calypto-- is Kalypto sm & link
Complete thread -- s/l lubrifax is Lubafax (how to find? Google.com + phrase sm
Complete thread -- NM had to send
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but if continue "as is" to me would say
Complete thread -- vaginal packing with some *lubrifax* was placed, which will be
Complete thread -- s/l ? Calcin? s/m
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- "A slurry is, in general, a thick suspension of solids in a liquid."
Complete thread -- I hear slurry and since he are saying through G-tube it
Complete thread -- slurry form or slow release form?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I have a guess but not sure.
Complete thread -- laxity of collateral ligaments. drawer and Lachman's.
Complete thread -- I find lots of hits for a Stackhouse evacuator. Not sure if appropriate
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Excision of anal condyloma - s/l "Stackhouse" retractor sm
Complete thread -- formaldehyde
Complete thread -- it is worse with squatting. and hills and stairs
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- formaldehide?
Complete thread -- roaring noise in his right ear maybe
Complete thread -- h
Complete thread -- s/l roaring nose
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- antihyperglycemic = hypoglycemic
Complete thread -- anyone heard of Calypto pump? can't document
Complete thread -- In my opinion, none
Complete thread -- none suspicious/nonsuspicious
Complete thread -- google oral hypoglycemis, Lo, and go to Wikepedia discussion
Complete thread -- child took glyburide. doc says: Accidental ingestion of oral hyperglycemic
Complete thread -- NM - It is VEGF and he is saying it as VEG F.
Complete thread -- yep, showed up here for the first time last week.
Complete thread -- The patient may benefit for a *wedge up* inhibitor in addition.
Complete thread -- ANESTHESIA: s/l "lew-heyeg-del" via spinal
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did use that. Figured he uhhhhhhed at the end.
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- Meds: Aygestin, hydrochlorothiazide, and s/lAzon.
Complete thread -- there is also a PEX imaging system -see link- but I think PACS also
Complete thread -- PACS maybe?
Complete thread -- apex?
Complete thread -- reviewed his x-rays on Ibex and on s/l "pex."
Complete thread -- Adenosine Cardiolite showed ischemia in the s/l apecta or apexa.
Complete thread -- Enemeez® Mini Enema
Complete thread -- It is both - link listed at the end
Complete thread -- Lysteda (tranexamic acid), for menorrhagia. nm
Complete thread -- NM Had to send.
Complete thread -- I found Alexis as a wound retractor but he clearly says protector.
Complete thread -- is protector retractor?
Complete thread -- A small Alexis wound protector was *wick'd*, introduced in the abdomen.
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- I'll look into that. Never heard of that before. Thanks.
Complete thread -- chux (underpad)?..nm
Complete thread -- She has been sitting on the same "chuck." She has a British accent SM
Complete thread -- sheesh...I type "every 4 hours"...*every character counts!* LOL
Complete thread -- Google search shows Morel-Lavallee lesion ..nm
Complete thread -- don't ya just love the consistency in this job? LOL :-)
Complete thread -- Morel-Lavele lesion or Morel-Lavelee lesion
Complete thread -- not mercury but we have to type hours in q.4 hours and 10 to the 5th or meter squared
Complete thread -- My accounts are verbatim and I do it this way, same with mm of mercury.
Complete thread -- so do you type out mm of Mercury? not arguing, sounds like more money to me! :)
Complete thread -- maybe "during the course of the night"?
Complete thread -- except most accounts are "verbatim" now so don't abbreviate unless dictated that way
Complete thread -- most?
Complete thread -- AFib intermittently during the s/l "force" of the night.
Complete thread -- "f" and "s" sounds can be confused; consider "seen" for your s/l.
Complete thread -- I do as cmH20. I'm sure you can find or google and may be in archives too.
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- Thank you. Listened dozens of times and couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- acetone (meaning ketone)
Complete thread -- CPAP pressure 13 cm of water (am I typing that out right?)
Complete thread -- ? Prilosec - GERD can contribute to an asthma attack.
Complete thread -- blood sugar was 800 and *second* positive.
Complete thread -- thanks both
Complete thread -- also looks like ENA is a panel of test --sm
Complete thread -- CCP IgG 2 is one test
Complete thread -- can someone look over my labs and see if they are formatted right?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- maybe Tommy John --sm
Complete thread -- s/l tommy johnson something? SM
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- FoltX?
Complete thread -- wonder if doc means OG or NG as they also aspirate stuff from stomach
Complete thread -- s/l fo-ticks 2.5mg daily
Complete thread -- The patient receiving tube feeds *from an aspirate tube*
Complete thread -- agree strap muscles and "attended to first"
Complete thread -- lol..I couldn't verify either one unless knitting, that is what
Complete thread -- pop-off stitches
Complete thread -- #3 The right side was attended to first....?
Complete thread -- #2 I hear top-off stitches? Also I think it is strap muscle
Complete thread -- #1 Fingerbreadth below the cricoid.
Complete thread -- help with wav please
Complete thread -- 14-year-old male injured in football game. He has
Complete thread -- If you feel prn is meant, daily would be wrong...I would blank (and
Complete thread -- A 77'yo male with ED. Will increase vardenafil to 20 mg *daily* to see if that
Complete thread -- OMG. of course it is. Thanks spell check did not work or anything else. Brain freeze!!
Complete thread -- effect
Complete thread -- rongeuring argh......you better spell check lol
Complete thread -- affect/effect
Complete thread -- forgot to hit the spell check button ronguering
Complete thread -- rouguering
Complete thread -- S/L longuring out a piece of bone. For the life of me I cannot find it anywhere??
Complete thread -- thanks, figured it was OG as well :D
Complete thread -- Sounds like "Emeze" enema.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 2nd: LaparoSAC
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the psoas muscle there is a procedure --sm
Complete thread -- "lapora" sac (laporascopic sac)
Complete thread -- 1st: hand port??
Complete thread -- another wav please help
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll go with area, but I'll flag first one as only hearing one syllable.
Complete thread -- OG, yeah, that makes more sense
Complete thread -- thank you both. I believe that is it!
Complete thread -- you are right, I was just listening again as it made no sense..sorry if I caused confusion
Complete thread -- why would O2 tube be set to drainage? and this procedure is under general anes
Complete thread -- OG tube was placed.. both placed to drainage An O2 tube would not be placed to drainage.
Complete thread -- but I think area is correct for the second one
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sm about table flex
Complete thread -- formation?
Complete thread -- word help pls sm
Complete thread -- O2 tube was placed, agree with the rest
Complete thread -- X-ray showed subchondral cyst *feam* in the carpal bones. Later I hear cyst *area.*
Complete thread -- I hear... OT tube, table was flexed, kidney rest raised
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- she has undergone is right
Complete thread -- “Let’s get together sometime.” When you use the one-word form, it suggests some indefinite
Complete thread -- thinking a form of punctate but word "bearing" is throwing me off, sounds odd
Complete thread -- reiterating is my thought too (repeating over again)
Complete thread -- you are correct but should be had undergone, it is past tense
Complete thread -- that's how it would have come off of my fingers too.
Complete thread -- reiterating?
Complete thread -- The flow cytometric report suggests that the needle biopsy from
Complete thread -- glycosylated
Complete thread -- neurology word help - sm
Complete thread -- I think he might just be saying "half" so NM.
Complete thread -- some time or sometime
Complete thread -- from the inferior s/l "house" of L2 to the superior s/l "house" of L5.
Complete thread -- nvm fount it
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- keeps saying Vitapex pulpectomy and s/l chen crown
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- per MTStars 2008, Blake Drain, 10-mm flat Blake drain
Complete thread -- here is a link
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks! :)
Complete thread -- cap the Blake and yes.
Complete thread -- negative Tinel's "test" to percussion nm
Complete thread -- negative Tinel's "
Complete thread -- There is palpable exostosis at first MTP joint. She has a
Complete thread -- drain was s/l "one flat 10 blake".
Complete thread -- thanks for your help
Complete thread -- Thank you! That's it!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- cone mealed ?
Complete thread -- Pred taken orally and as enemas for Crohn's/IBD.
Complete thread -- Is there a question here?
Complete thread -- perhaps splinter hemorrhages
Complete thread -- only thing that comes to mind for me is Ancef
Complete thread -- Pt seen in Rheumatology with history of gout and podagra sm
Complete thread -- Thank you - was banging my head against the wall on that one! nm
Complete thread -- Thal minor, aka Thalassemia minor.
Complete thread -- He wasn't finished. SM. Guess he knows what he's talking about.
Complete thread -- s/l kal-miner due to Italian heritage..nothing else with it. nm
Complete thread -- Following IV sedation and intraoperative antibiotics such as *icept*,
Complete thread -- 7. Prednisone 10 mg alternating with 5 mg for diarrhea secondary to collagenous coli
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- see link inside
Complete thread -- Bankart
Complete thread -- s/l ISD
Complete thread -- She is just over one week status post left shoulder S/L bencar repair, ...
Complete thread -- re-probed, findings were stable (forgot hyphen)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- reprobed
Complete thread -- We then _____ stable on probing.
Complete thread -- Nevermind.
Complete thread -- He keeps saying s/l spermada cord insteard of proximal spermatic cord. Very clear.
Complete thread -- this makes sense to me - central compressive* mass
Complete thread -- semiology-it is in the dictionary-sm
Complete thread -- I guess seminology (bjlppe) would fit, though new to me sm
Complete thread -- involving the maxilla,_______.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Wav never available. Old wav there.
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I'm going to flag this one. Need to go on.
Complete thread -- or...maybe he is trying to say symptomatology?
Complete thread -- semiology?
Complete thread -- irbesartan?
Complete thread -- ooops...I think we both sent our wav at the same time!
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav
Complete thread -- ahhh - EOG (electro-oculogram) that sounds like good possibility!!
Complete thread -- blinks without any other _____ due to limitations as described
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l iversartin
Complete thread -- Other than polysomnogram, I found these.
Complete thread -- Defin not saying that but maybe that is what he meant.
Complete thread -- ? symptomatology is all I can think of nm
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hmm, wonder if *an ova scom* test is "an at home" test??
Complete thread -- may mean pictured (on monitor) putting through ranges of motion? nm
Complete thread -- Respiratory Disturbance Index (RDI) 5 to 15 is normal.
Complete thread -- sinus showed a 3.0 x 3.8 cm *central compressive* mass
Complete thread -- you might be able to get IT if you slowed it way way down nm
Complete thread -- hyperventilation and eye blinks without any other *seminology* due to limitations
Complete thread -- yes, there is such a word as - porphyric acid levels.
Complete thread -- With this done, we did *picture the* range of motion and stability noted to repair
Complete thread -- The anterior _____ noted to be intact.
Complete thread -- I found this, maybe w/see something. RDI means respiratory distress index sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you to everyone who helped - I left it as is.
Complete thread -- yes, there is such as thing as delayed nephrogram. Just means sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Shoot - I am not awake yet - accccckkkkkk - see the post at the top, which is correct.
Complete thread -- I take it back: left greater than right delayed nephrogram - no comma - it is 1 thing
Complete thread -- superiorly. Bilateral hydronephrosis, left greater than right. Delayed sm
Complete thread -- yes. why?
Complete thread -- hallucinogen or hallucinogenic use - don't know if you are
Complete thread -- polysomnogram is the only sleep study test I can think of, sorry.
Complete thread -- adefovir
Complete thread -- Does the following sentence make sense? Thx
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- lanoxin?
Complete thread -- the first is locum tenens
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- test name needed
Complete thread -- look up phosphoric and see if that would fit
Complete thread -- in the last part of report he mentioned -SM-
Complete thread -- Tp has elevated s/l porphyric acid levels.
Complete thread -- ? hallucinogenic abuse. I think hallucinations seems more likely, but
Complete thread -- hallucination "abuse?"
Complete thread -- sellar
Complete thread -- s/l 'expansile solar mass' re: pituitary microadenoma. TIA
Complete thread -- random antral biopsies were - not antibiotics
Complete thread -- maybe and is placed on
Complete thread -- retroflexed (past tense) views
Complete thread -- stage?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- direct and retroflex views, CLOtest (see link)
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Don't know about age, but ecchymosis is appropriate to context.
Complete thread -- age ecchymosis
Complete thread -- age ecchymosis
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Agree with billybob on this one.
Complete thread -- synovectomy done and pls sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- perhaps the patient perceives or thinks they have arthritis because
Complete thread -- Quality of life is good.
Complete thread -- Family life is good.
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- listen for progression.
Complete thread -- could it be SVAS? -see message-
Complete thread -- ROS: "Perception of arthritis." Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- deperitonealizing peritonealize meaning cover with the peritoneum ...
Complete thread -- deperitonealizing, IMO (backformed from deperitonealization)
Complete thread -- deperitonealysing ? sm
Complete thread -- S/L sa-te-trix see msg
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Gosh, I wish my dictators were this easy and clear. I'd make a fortune!
Complete thread -- Your the best
Complete thread -- assuming there is more because that's not a complete though
Complete thread -- when he has reached forward
Complete thread -- reached forward, as if to push a thumbtack into the wall
Complete thread -- is this right ?, pls tell me what does it mean
Complete thread -- ?wonder if "type of" is titer of 1:512 sm
Complete thread -- yes. Thank you LiliK.
Complete thread -- Help
Complete thread -- SMA-7 normal, CBC (maybe?) normal, cholesterol 155, triglycerides 138.
Complete thread -- oh yes thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Actually found TOBI (tobramycin for inhalation)
Complete thread -- lab values
Complete thread -- sorry got too quick with the enter button before finished typing my question
Complete thread -- ongoing bronchitis despite being on "toby". (Wondering if he means tobramycin? Never heard
Complete thread -- maybe isoniazid
Complete thread -- He has an ongoing bronchitis despite being on
Complete thread -- TB treatment that came out in early 1940s.... sounds like *icenice*
Complete thread -- rugated?
Complete thread -- physical exam . . . neurologic section . . . next is PERRLA. Could be Normal sensory.
Complete thread -- then what?
Complete thread -- yes: 0.035, 0.045, 0.054, 0.062 (inches)
Complete thread -- Mine's expired now, but this is what I had...
Complete thread -- Avalide 300/25
Complete thread -- NEUROLOGIC: She is awake, alert, and oriented. s/o Normosensi.
Complete thread -- 0.062 K-wire
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- here's a link
Complete thread -- Ah, googled "surgical peek screws" and voila
Complete thread -- s/l degregated ? s/m
Complete thread -- but it doesn't look like they are surgical screws
Complete thread -- I'd take out all your commas and hyphen third-degree
Complete thread -- Oh shoot, I do when googling just "peek screws" without
Complete thread -- I googled "cancellous peek screws" and I don't see peek screws
Complete thread -- Did you try googling you s/l?
Complete thread -- Help with Medical transcription
Complete thread -- 6.5 cancellous s/l "peek" screws
Complete thread -- found this too - coronary arterial-venous fistulae (CAVFs).
Complete thread -- s/l odious, but I do not think it fits.
Complete thread -- Yes. Both calcium and magnesium are helpful cations to administer to help "flush" K+ out
Complete thread -- that position suggests "CO2," as it usually follows chloride and preceeds BUN, unless not
Complete thread -- Need to send H&P need help please... stroke patient drug s/l
Complete thread -- Pls SM. thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, I think he's saying mag pills..but would that make sense for hyperkalemia?
Complete thread -- ? magnesium?
Complete thread -- Hyperkalemia. We will give Kayexalate, "mag pills"
Complete thread -- Thanks. I believe that is it. She is just pronouncing the end "con" , not "kin"
Complete thread -- Found adipose-related cytokine release when Googling
Complete thread -- Endocrine report on obese 15 with asthma. sm
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- Does anyone know the url for Benchmark KB? I'm on my backup computer and am missing
Complete thread -- found this = link
Complete thread -- Try going through some of these hits...
Complete thread -- s/l "neural tension"
Complete thread -- Yup. That is it. Just found it myself too! TY
Complete thread -- sorry, should have typed "tumor"
Complete thread -- Thanks very much for your help!
Complete thread -- tumour involving sella turcica
Complete thread -- acanthosis nigricans?
Complete thread -- Skin exam on obese teenager: There is presence of sm
Complete thread -- agree with craniotomy - wav stops after neurologic tumor removal
Complete thread -- craniotomy?
Complete thread -- here are 2 cardiac issues (of course may need to flag with guess) sm
Complete thread -- MP3 help with an ESL doctor. Two blanks.
Complete thread -- thank you so much for your replies!
Complete thread -- see link...There is a VitalView irrigator...and weighted would make sense
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- many mispronounce colovesical fistula
Complete thread -- colovesicular, although it doesn't document well.
Complete thread -- part of it may be "Neurontin 300 mg"
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- wonder if he is saying "background artifact, but showed a ...etc
Complete thread -- s/l "coa vessicular fistula"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- seems reasonable...see link
Complete thread -- s/l *mop* does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- frank means clearly visible, I guess that would fit context
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- S/L frank resistance sm
Complete thread -- oops verruca-type
Complete thread -- verrucous-type and Mitomycin C maybe?
Complete thread -- verucca-type ??
Complete thread -- I would flag it.There are 4 strengths and not combo mix so? sm
Complete thread -- s/l ? varukatype ? 2. s/l ? vicomycin 3 season?
Complete thread -- NM, will flag. Stat and need to send in.
Complete thread -- in the emergency department is a place...consulting Orthopedics is
Complete thread -- i'm back from the store and read this okla website link for UE benefits sm
Complete thread -- Can anyone make sense of this med dosing? Doc is listing in discharge meds.
Complete thread -- it is an entity here, so yes, cap it
Complete thread -- can you give more of the surrounding dictation? like a paragraph preceding & following s/l
Complete thread -- just verifying " "
Complete thread -- True. I gave him a blank though, that'll teach him LOL. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks so much. Glad I pended that.
Complete thread -- agree... trilobar hyperplasia
Complete thread -- maybe being a little redundant, said curved sickle because a sickle has curved shape
Complete thread -- and add disabled in there too but not in the quotes
Complete thread -- try googling "city *and transit" -of course actually putting the city name in there
Complete thread -- No, but thanks.
Complete thread -- mosquito?
Complete thread -- even harder for me when the s/l is the last word
Complete thread -- trilobar?
Complete thread -- I sent new slower WAV.
Complete thread -- is liver in there?
Complete thread -- you can have blebs of the tympanic membrane.see link
Complete thread -- curved s/l "sickle" clamp
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks, sounds like trollop to me.
Complete thread -- No, it sounds more like blebbing
Complete thread -- s/l carowint
Complete thread -- I had the 4 and the 2. Thanks.
Complete thread -- 402?
Complete thread -- wav file, just can't quite catch the ferritin?
Complete thread -- bulging?
Complete thread -- s/l bobbing ?
Complete thread -- Yes thank you so very much.
Complete thread -- Disabled transportation through s/l "Sunhey and Transit" ...
Complete thread -- it makes sense to use a glove like that to catch leakage while dissecting but unable to
Complete thread -- perseverating (ck spelling... means stuck on that thought)
Complete thread -- YW. It's from the onelook link above, you can just put in part of s.m.
Complete thread -- s/l pos-tib-er-rating
Complete thread -- I think that it is hangman's fracture. Thank you for this link! :)
Complete thread -- No, but thanks.
Complete thread -- anything here work?
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: C1 to C4 posterior fusion for s/l "Hammon" fracture after motorcycle
Complete thread -- the lesser and greater curve?
Complete thread -- have not found the term Angiocath flush catheter. I'm thinking it is sm
Complete thread -- Hi I just popped in for a minute, I never stay lone, and on my way out to store sm
Complete thread -- inspected the staple line of the s/l "grasser" greater curve
Complete thread -- I also heard apparatus but not certain of superior part sm
Complete thread -- Darlene, if you are around, I have another question about UE.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I hear "superior apparatus" but not clear enough for comfort, would blank it
Complete thread -- Transanal repair of rectal prolapse and proctosigmoidoscopy with anterior and posterior
Complete thread -- what procedure is this?
Complete thread -- placing a *glove* on the open distal end to prevent
Complete thread -- Thought so too.
Complete thread -- The _____ was also involved
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- that was gonna be my guess - glukabride = glyburide
Complete thread -- yes. TY.
Complete thread -- think he means glyburide but not positive
Complete thread -- verrucous
Complete thread -- He has a 3-mm white, s/l broo-kus papule on the lower lip of the vermillion.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- on Nexium, metformin, ______, Benicar, diltiazem, Pravachol
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes, it is correct as an adjective denoting in which plane the action took place.
Complete thread -- These were placed through the *sagittal* submucosa
Complete thread -- sacrospinous ligament. *vitaview weighted* suction irrigator was
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- yw!
Complete thread -- wait, I can hear that. thanks Vicki
Complete thread -- can't hear that but thanks
Complete thread -- possibly "percutaneous" ductal dilatation nm
Complete thread -- posterior *in halves* with high closure
Complete thread -- pelvis of kidneys (renal pelvis) n,
Complete thread -- a 5-French *flush*Angiocath into the aorta
Complete thread -- There are multiple punctate calcifications in the s/l pulse of kidneys and s/l
Complete thread -- Mepilex is possible
Complete thread -- That is it! I first listened, trying to get IMR for intramedullary rods, but you got it!
Complete thread -- IM nails? intramedullary nails?
Complete thread -- part of past surgeries s/l bilateral femur "IMLs" nm Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- that is it. Thank you :-)
Complete thread -- donut that was sent
Complete thread -- Chilaiditi
Complete thread -- A lateral radiograph does show a slight UVC orientation of the carpal bones.
Complete thread -- according to outpatient surgical protocol in stable condition
Complete thread -- of pathology with the _____ was sent to department of pathology
Complete thread -- maybe sounds more like chilla-dotty anatomy ?
Complete thread -- s/l paradotty
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- The patient will be discharged home ______ stable condition.
Complete thread -- Wound care note - Use s/l omepidex barrier to protect the new skin.
Complete thread -- yes, it is a donut-shaped piece of tissue
Complete thread -- single port technique?
Complete thread -- Good *donut* was observed.
Complete thread -- s/l sleep port technique
Complete thread -- I know it's late but wonder if diameter
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- on his thigh?????
Complete thread -- Bovie cautery was placed on _____ and his head was
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- med s/l definelleronterine
Complete thread -- The patient was loaded _____ and the patient was on the following
Complete thread -- That is it exactly!
Complete thread -- wag - closed chain?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Physical therapy to emphasis on patellar tracking, "clothes change strength",
Complete thread -- See note
Complete thread -- 1: AV nicking
Complete thread -- I do the same..hard to believe I'd be right and samples wrong.
Complete thread -- s/l 1. avimaking? 2. s/l plaque ceration
Complete thread -- s/l tam-ber
Complete thread -- Nevermind - it is venous duplex
Complete thread -- Voice cuts off after the words "EKG and..."
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav - first one did not download - sorry
Complete thread -- (no wav, but wondering if pt had 4-extremity BPs.)
Complete thread -- wrong wav
Complete thread -- Thanks. I always have, not sure why I questioned now, except I
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav
Complete thread -- urine concentration? goes with dehydration.
Complete thread -- I would do it that way.
Complete thread -- Just a simple question on dates, comma or no comma?
Complete thread -- CTA (CT angiogram) is NOT the same as CAT (computed axial tomography)
Complete thread -- Would you mind telling us what it was?
Complete thread -- did not suppose wrong; who are you???
Complete thread -- Guess you supposed wrong.
Complete thread -- When I was in Ireland, they called noncarbonated beverages "still" even on the label.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I got it
Complete thread -- MiraLax in 8 to 10 ounces of distilled? fluids? as in distilled water?
Complete thread -- probably MiraLax IN clear fluids ?
Complete thread -- s/l ? still ? s/m
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help everyone!!
Complete thread -- CT angiogram
Complete thread -- arc of Riolan
Complete thread -- by CTA, you must mean CAT I'd suppose. Must be referring to an arc of _____ whatever. sm
Complete thread -- Dominant "art of riland" sm
Complete thread -- 1) It was deployed... 2) fundus... 3) set
Complete thread -- nvm..moving on. thanks!
Complete thread -- i think you're right, thanks!
Complete thread -- should be there now.. thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, but going to flag.
Complete thread -- load the new wav
Complete thread -- wrong wav.
Complete thread -- Sphincter was loose?
Complete thread -- another wav please help, last one. Thanks!
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- cervicovaginal junction for first. Uterine sound was then obtained and used to sound the
Complete thread -- cervicovaginal junction.
Complete thread -- was then obtained and used to sound the uterus.
Complete thread -- There's Lopurin (allopurinol) for gout?
Complete thread -- mangling allopurinol?
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- canals and TMs?
Complete thread -- s/l zypurin or lipurin
Complete thread -- He is a very good dictator.....but S/M
Complete thread -- In Stedman there is a Nash needle?
Complete thread -- S/L "Ganash" needle
Complete thread -- ask your client or MTSO for a copy of his usual op report to go by
Complete thread -- I usually hear ultrafiltration.
Complete thread -- what is the question?
Complete thread -- ears: *concise** TMs are clear bilaterally. Thanks
Complete thread -- Re: dialysis....aggressive s/l "pholser* filtration (Pls SM) Thanks!
Complete thread -- low yield, "as small as it is," and likely return (maybe?)
Complete thread -- doing OR first time
Complete thread -- hit enter too fast. Context inside.
Complete thread -- Pt with bilateral "SOM and ETT".
Complete thread -- s/l abang fluid collection
Complete thread -- could it be same as first toe (i.e., big toe, etc.)
Complete thread -- Normal dorsiflexion #1 toes bilaterally. Does #1 toes make sense? Never heard
Complete thread -- uroconcentration?
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- could you break down your s/l phonetically? I can't figure it out
Complete thread -- all I can say is I would beg for a new account if this is typical audio for this account!
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Renavit per my drug book and trademark link above (versus google)
Complete thread -- rotator cuff grade 3-4 s/l Goutiay changes?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- found lots of hits for Rena-Vite
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- nvm - Cournand
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Sensipar, Advair, Vicodin, Fosrenol, s/l "Renevite".
Complete thread -- smpls
Complete thread -- EP study . .
Complete thread -- ..embolism, respiratory failure, pneumoria, myocardial infarction, or death
Complete thread -- really bad throughout, just gonna send it if nothing comes up. thanks
Complete thread -- transfusion? bad wav.
Complete thread -- wav help pls
Complete thread -- h
Complete thread -- But I researched it... so thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- Thanks - at first I was like "what" provocative? ;-P...
Complete thread -- I think you're right.
Complete thread -- her practice maneuvers?
Complete thread -- provocative maneuvers?
Complete thread -- just got it, thanks for your reply, 1010!
Complete thread -- talking about a 1010 drape?
Complete thread -- Sports Med - HPI - .wav sent - some kind of manuevers
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- craniotomy procedure: after a s/l 1010 was placed to protect the eyes,we began the op
Complete thread -- ergotamine challenge
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Maybe "rendered" herself? (sounds like she wants the DNR)
Complete thread -- Ranexa?
Complete thread -- archives: Celexa, Lunesta, Lanoxin?
Complete thread -- got it --- CyberKnife
Complete thread -- medication --- Lanexa?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I have a NP who says "cards" for cardiologist or cardiology.
Complete thread -- Check out this site for this issue. HTH.
Complete thread -- layed is never correct ever never
Complete thread -- is laid or layed correct here?
Complete thread -- request s/l "cards" for the need for anticoagulation
Complete thread -- ? picture
Complete thread -- Seems "rid" would fit the context. (May be saying as ridded, but rid is past tense I
Complete thread -- Oops
Complete thread -- February she *rated* herself of DNR and
Complete thread -- mild congestive heart failure *pressure* but patient without symptoms.
Complete thread -- DCIS of left breast. REGION TREATED: Left breast via s/l sofborn brachytherapy
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- help with eye drop :)
Complete thread -- Where do you work?
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- Polysorb in order to s/l "bak silip" base of the umbilicus to the fascia
Complete thread -- Thanks! I see 15 g in one case so probably hearing 7.5 g correctly.
Complete thread -- see link to KAYEXALATE * GRAMS in archives.
Complete thread -- Do they give Kayexalate by grams. s/l Kayexalate 7.5 grams by mouth p.o. b.i.d.
Complete thread -- Final shape of the 2 incisions is an "upside down" T.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- initial cut is (low) transverse. If dystocia, perpendicular cut superiorward from center
Complete thread -- thanks to all of you for help
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- amorphous? nm
Complete thread -- sounds more like small * of calcification
Complete thread -- please help...been flagging way too much today
Complete thread -- may be making it as T'd.....I'll go with that....thanks
Complete thread -- I don't do obstetrics, but wonder if it could be T-incision?
Complete thread -- c-section, sounds like "teed" incision
Complete thread -- Maybe that is why? National versus IC who contracts out?
Complete thread -- I suppose so, but I've never heard him dictate that before so
Complete thread -- can use visuospatial
Complete thread -- could be pastoral, hospitals do have chaplains, burn patient may need that social support
Complete thread -- pastoral as in a chaplain or other faith-based person for support?
Complete thread -- Brunt is an eponym so needs cap
Complete thread -- Diagnosis of steatohepatitis Grade >= 1 (Brunt et al. criteria – Am J Gastroenterol 1999 .
Complete thread -- s/l "pastoral" and referrals will be made to evaluate the patient.
Complete thread -- sinusoidal (instead of sensory sonal) auto (short for autoimmune).. "in particular of"
Complete thread -- s/l....sensory sonal auto fibrosis...sm
Complete thread -- Right Hand Left Hand - TestsLine Bisection Test This is a web version of a traditional pen
Complete thread -- N/M its line bisection test. duh
Complete thread -- His *line by section* test was slightly more to the right...
Complete thread -- Must be NICE. Our average for our national is about 6 Cpl and that is with the voice
Complete thread -- Oops, should be hemorrage. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Oh! You are right! Thanks! (In case anyone else needs this, see msg)...
Complete thread -- 15-20 is what my MTSO charges, I get paid 10-12 depending on account.
Complete thread -- Brunnstrom
Complete thread -- subungual hemorrhagic what? those are both adjectives here. what are they
Complete thread -- No, definitely not, but nice guess. Here's more info:
Complete thread -- brain stem level 2? (I haven't heard; just going by s/l)
Complete thread -- She says it again at the end of the report and I can hear longitudinal now.
Complete thread -- indignant?
Complete thread -- Hemiplegia... s/l "brunsdem" level 2?
Complete thread -- additional would make sense, IMO
Complete thread -- (is doc misspeaking Glucerna?)
Complete thread -- Not sure. Thanks for the suggestion! It almost sounds like additional, but not quite.
Complete thread -- longitudinal?
Complete thread -- On the left second toe the nail appears slightly thickened and
Complete thread -- to mimefp earlier about new account and keeping QA off back
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both...will listen again. :)
Complete thread -- intransigent?
Complete thread -- told him that not was not appropriate (might want to fix that)
Complete thread -- he became quite "s/l intenerent."
Complete thread -- makes perfect sense. lack of feeling, like going to sleep, anesthetic quality
Complete thread -- gree with oncology
Complete thread -- oncology (but actually most are hematologist/oncologist)
Complete thread -- I think I got it. He might be mumbling "evaluated".
Complete thread -- Hmmm, I'm trying to hear that but I really can't. It sounds most like valid. Thanks for
Complete thread -- followed?
Complete thread -- NM.
Complete thread -- Nonmedical word. Patient reports potassium level of 5.5 *valued or valid* by Dr. xx.
Complete thread -- Having trouble being certain (and I did research) whether...
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. I'm leaving it angioectasia and going with areas.
Complete thread -- WAG.. clear areas?
Complete thread -- anesthesia (anes-theLzhә) lack of feeling or sensation.
Complete thread -- angioectasia, one word...and I would go with *areas*.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I keep thinking that but it doesn't sound like a stutter.
Complete thread -- spell check doesn't get lots of stuff... angioectasia is correct, just stutter on areas?
Complete thread -- welcome!
Complete thread -- Really a sad day when we hope for *above minimum wage*...sigh
Complete thread -- then would blank the dose amount
Complete thread -- Oh, my gosh! You are great!
Complete thread -- I thought it might have been no. Totally lost on the others. troxin
Complete thread -- I could use some help with the results of this colonoscopy.
Complete thread -- normal erythrocyte indices. Ethanol level 0. Drug screen negative
Complete thread -- I agree, don't think it really fits. maybe doc means paresthesia in some way
Complete thread -- No erythrocytic indices? sorry...
Complete thread -- good point, from what I read the Gill procedure only involves
Complete thread -- Impression given here.
Complete thread -- wav file. Thanks. Psych report on my new account.
Complete thread -- It's been asked some in the archives. Never an answer that I can see.
Complete thread -- thanks, i think i hear 200 mg though.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks for information, I learned something new!
Complete thread -- I think I found it. I found Gill's procedure spine on Google.
Complete thread -- I think 54 mm is the length and that would be about right for the ankle.
Complete thread -- a is a prefix that means without.
Complete thread -- I hear "advised to take Tylenol 500 mg x1 q.4-6 hours"
Complete thread -- Sensation, the index finger and thumb are s/l anesthetic?
Complete thread -- vertebral body?
Complete thread -- Oh, I know WHY
Complete thread -- s/l "gill body". More content in message.
Complete thread -- I might be yearing Tylenol
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- sent wav
Complete thread -- Should this be "5.4"? Size s/l "fifty four" partially threaded cancellous screw.
Complete thread -- Is the patient hospitalized or being sent home? Anything else going on?
Complete thread -- I agree, lets see the dictation. Dilaudid is possible for some but it is not common
Complete thread -- Exactly what I was going to ask, lol.
Complete thread -- what's the exact dictation?
Complete thread -- never mind, I am going with HSV.
Complete thread -- do you have any idea of a s/l it could possibly be?
Complete thread -- He may be saying HSV for herpes simplex virus but it really s/l HSD
Complete thread -- this thread just brightened my day and made me smile...thanks!
Complete thread -- Especially with a new account, get the quality down first and the
Complete thread -- Also ordered s/l "HSD" PCR in the CSF as well as varicella zoster virus PCR of the
Complete thread -- I'll pick you up in my time machine.
Complete thread -- I'd vote for mishearing
Complete thread -- Well, I prefer some America or Seals and Crofts, but I'm in!
Complete thread -- can dilaudid q.4-6h. possibly be prescribed for viral gastroenteritis? or am i mishea
Complete thread -- Thank you for the responses and suggestions
Complete thread -- I made some samples, this helps a little
Complete thread -- it definitely sounds like it has an H in it and he definitely says he uses it as an altern
Complete thread -- Where's your sense of adventure, nmt? I'll pick you up. We'll
Complete thread -- hmmm... maybe meaning gamma and kappa (in the above response)
Complete thread -- do you have samples?
Complete thread -- we need to get paid more
Complete thread -- I suggest - rewind every report and relisten, will lessen the QA but not up the $$
Complete thread -- Thanks I will check it out.
Complete thread -- Here it is: a serum protein electrophoresis which shows faint m ...
Complete thread -- just wanted your advice
Complete thread -- wonder if making a word out of the immunoglobulins (Ig)G, (Ig)A, (Ig)M, (Ig)E and then
Complete thread -- kappa? (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks-must mean discharge goals were met
Complete thread -- DC can mean discharge or discontinue
Complete thread -- quite often MR/CP patients have feeding issues, guess you need to blank it
Complete thread -- DC goals-what is that
Complete thread -- A word that sounds like Gamber. ...
Complete thread -- Urine electrophoresis showed the faint restriction in the "cupper& ...
Complete thread -- cannabis?
Complete thread -- anywaysm ebds with cemia for sure
Complete thread -- Letters or a word that s/l this.
Complete thread -- No thanks. It's illegal.
Complete thread -- no idea. Mentally retarded with CP
Complete thread -- s/l hatibas marijuanna plant
Complete thread -- faint monoclonal IgM and paraproteins in the "GAMER"
Complete thread -- does patient have a PEG or other enteral nutrition? if so, maybe
Complete thread -- does have iron deficiency anemia and s/l "comalize copatition."
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- medication s/l glucemia
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- PD, peritoneal dialysis
Complete thread -- PD
Complete thread -- last s/l "PT" exchange had 2 liters in and 2.5 liters out.
Complete thread -- I've listened 25 times. I'd love to know what it turns out to be.
Complete thread -- ugh... sorry, my WAG don't work and I can't figure it out with the voice file either
Complete thread -- so the h.s. blood sugars are somewhat higher.
Complete thread -- Yes, that is exactly it. Thanks
Complete thread -- WAV posted. TY
Complete thread -- peritoneal dialysis?
Complete thread -- Thank you margaret.
Complete thread -- S/L pregnodialysis
Complete thread -- what does it sound like.
Complete thread -- ?______ h.s. blood sugars are somewhat higher
Complete thread -- if s/l stating T and H wonder if doc was specifying TH in though?
Complete thread -- WAG... "despite the prednisone, although his blood sugars are somewhat higher."
Complete thread -- flagging, thanks.
Complete thread -- (?? is THH an abbreviation for those 3 dots in triangle with meaning "therefore"??)
Complete thread -- (I suspect doc means S1 and S2 are present, and an S3 is absent.)
Complete thread -- diabetes well controlled despite the prednisone, s/l so-THH his blood sugars are
Complete thread -- what is that?
Complete thread -- (file not heard) "insinuating"??
Complete thread -- THANKS!!! :-)
Complete thread -- tuning fork of 512 Hz *elateralization of her weber* to the left
Complete thread -- 512 Hz, see lateralization of her Weber to the left, or no "e" at all
Complete thread -- WAV file sent.
Complete thread -- tuning fork of 512 Hz *elateralization of her weber* to the left
Complete thread -- #2 mycophenolate
Complete thread -- Thank you! I just found it. :)
Complete thread -- sounds like ensuming?
Complete thread -- mycophenolate
Complete thread -- #3 tacrolimus
Complete thread -- Femring
Complete thread -- Menopause, hypercholesterolemia, insomnia. PLAN: She does have some Prometrium at
Complete thread -- thanks, I'll check that out
Complete thread -- Digestive disease doc - .wav sent - med list
Complete thread -- reposted the wav, just listen to background noise
Complete thread -- 1+ to +0
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- related to verb "to descend": descensus
Complete thread -- decensus
Complete thread -- s/l cynapyramid, synapyramid, sinopyarmid ...
Complete thread -- amount of s/l desenses is minimal, as was the case in the supine lithotomy position.
Complete thread -- can you do a phonics s/l ??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- MANY people have BAD headache caused by an oral dose of Talwin. SM
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- looks possibly correct --sm for link on FDG-avid
Complete thread -- med spelled "amnio"? male pt. with diabetes, hypertension, and hypercholesterolemia.
Complete thread -- Thanks again!
Complete thread -- Parenthetically
Complete thread -- Talwin is a narcotic and sounds about right. Thanks
Complete thread -- Just a guess, not enough info to go on but insulin q.a.m.?????
Complete thread -- Talwin?
Complete thread -- s/l Peritherically she mentions that she just had a mammogram done last month through
Complete thread -- No traced *or avid* lymphadenopathy were seen
Complete thread -- allergic to S/L towalin? sm
Complete thread -- s/l cynapyramid
Complete thread -- patient has brittle diabetes and autoimmune hepatitis
Complete thread -- ohh dear, left and forgot to paste the darn link, here 'tis LINK
Complete thread -- Flagging since I'm not 100% sure.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help. I am going to try what you said above and see what
Complete thread -- vulva shows some edema of the s/l infertile tissues with mild erythema.
Complete thread -- hmm, have not yet run into terms, pt may h/lived outside U.S. sm
Complete thread -- yes, that is it- ty!
Complete thread -- AFB?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- How do you write "Heart sounds one plus two plus zero"?
Complete thread -- Here is a website link. You click on the titles, they open up to read. sm
Complete thread -- Lempert rongeur
Complete thread -- Just guessing, but isn't unemployment deposited into your bank account? sm
Complete thread -- ALWAYS
Complete thread -- stool study: She had ova and parasite testing as well as
Complete thread -- and in this situation it would be this correct??
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- workers' compensation
Complete thread -- I know this is the word board, but I have a question and no clue where
Complete thread -- Your call if you want to correct him (and know his style), but you can't
Complete thread -- apostrophe?
Complete thread -- WAG circuit?
Complete thread -- thanks...that is what I thought at first and then I second-guessed myself
Complete thread -- Official name appears as Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, so I'd type lower case the golf course.
Complete thread -- Thank you. The neck makes more sense than the back. I appreciate your help!
Complete thread -- Bandon Dunes Golf Course or Bandon Dunes golf course?
Complete thread -- Immediately after the sentence quoted above, he says, (sm)
Complete thread -- ESL performing vertical mastopexy.
Complete thread -- Ortho - s/l gridoo and s/l Limpet rongeur
Complete thread -- That's what I'm thinking. Thanks
Complete thread -- The fibroid was identified, grasped with a *sir cut* clamp
Complete thread -- wonder if it is X shaped?
Complete thread -- s/l mole being likely...
Complete thread -- based on that I think it is probably Mycelex-7. He is a pretty bad ESL
Complete thread -- referencing carotid pulses "on the neck"?
Complete thread -- She is alert and oriented, *plus effects*. No edema.
Complete thread -- please help. TY
Complete thread -- Mycelex is an antifungal cream
Complete thread -- I just found the same sentence in one of his other reports. The MT left a blank. I guess
Complete thread -- a patient with pyoderma gangrenosum superimposed on cellulitis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you...that is it!
Complete thread -- discernible abscess?
Complete thread -- Heard clearly: "ex" episiotomy? Think he means an X? (don't know much about
Complete thread -- no true s/l*discernal lapsis* is seen. Pls SM. Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l "the unit was floored"- insertion of dual-chamber
Complete thread -- an ileus, Kayexalate (check sp)
Complete thread -- pls help with wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He just speaks so clearly that I questioned myself.
Complete thread -- Sorry... that is exactly what I was thinking.
Complete thread -- That
Complete thread -- duh tophaceous . . I think I just needed to get away for a minute!
Complete thread -- restricted would make more sense, wouldn't it?
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense? I'm questioning the word "constricted." sm
Complete thread -- MTP joint, s/l "pilfacious material"
Complete thread -- Heard the same thing.
Complete thread -- Tx
Complete thread -- I think it is synechia. New doc today.
Complete thread -- synechia
Complete thread -- I heard "on one puff is stable"...didn't want to post since
Complete thread -- cephalad?
Complete thread -- I also think it is whip stitched
Complete thread -- Risks of sinus surgery include (the usual),"sinctia formation" and
Complete thread -- The gallbladder neck was grasped and retracted s/l cefolate? and laterally.nm
Complete thread -- oh of course. So clear now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think I am hearing 1 lead of the Panalok
Complete thread -- 300 mL, would recommend?
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- MP3 file. thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you, everyone, for your help... Learned something new!
Complete thread -- the letter O for oxygen
Complete thread -- Okay, after reading that link, I'm inclined to go with "seeding"
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- That is what I heard but I didn't even want to write it!
Complete thread -- It is the letter, not the number for oxygen O2.
Complete thread -- "sloppy" lateral position
Complete thread -- Please dont blast me for this, but...
Complete thread -- something lateral.
Complete thread -- because of the "concern", I think it is seeding particularly
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- got it... Panalok
Complete thread -- I googled quickly and see mention of IEView....
Complete thread -- obstructive pulmonary disease: _____ stable.
Complete thread -- oops...this post is mine, not another confused person lol
Complete thread -- I saw your correction after, but what still has me scratching
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I corrected that post about "in the biliary tree" sorry to
Complete thread -- can't be sure unless heard. Can post wav? sm & link picture
Complete thread -- I just upgraded to the new version of firefox and I lost my option to open a page in
Complete thread -- Thank you for your time.
Complete thread -- *where* several stones were identified.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- my lightbulb still hasn't turned on as to how knee replacements
Complete thread -- maybe b/c the poster is unsure... and wanted validation
Complete thread -- Why is this a question?
Complete thread -- thanks, even though I researched both before posting..
Complete thread -- I guess you can look up seeded/seeding, seated/seating see what you find, sm.
Complete thread -- there's Spin-Loc Suture Anchor System ?
Complete thread -- These stones were *blasted* with 500 micron fibers
Complete thread -- type of subpec tenodesis anchor s/l "penlock"
Complete thread -- he actually said "seeded" or "seated" not seeding or seating, sm
Complete thread -- Thank you. That is what I went with.
Complete thread -- hmm. Seeding would be like a spreading of whatever, seating would be like sm
Complete thread -- ?Malyugin ring
Complete thread -- s/l maluken may be Malyugin ring sm
Complete thread -- oops - I meant if he has surgery on the biliary tree not
Complete thread -- Quill™ SRS is a trademark of Quill Medical, Inc.
Complete thread -- become "seeded" during surgery
Complete thread -- patient had cataract surgery which required lysis of the posterior syn ...
Complete thread -- thanks.. will flag
Complete thread -- Sounds like "No issue of embolic issue" :(
Complete thread -- Sure sounds like "no issue of embolic issue" which seems redundant!
Complete thread -- Oops, should be Quickert.
Complete thread -- Seeing Quikert and quilted suture in my Stedman's surgery word book. ??
Complete thread -- that's what i was thinking too
Complete thread -- Quill suture? Seems I've typed this before but can't verify now. TIA! nm
Complete thread -- Found it - EUS
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Rectal cancer, possible T3N1 by Erisp?
Complete thread -- I'd have to flag.
Complete thread -- Just guessing, but I would think the "no" would be node, given
Complete thread -- immediate
Complete thread -- found it, rizatriptan.
Complete thread -- Patient had been put on s/l vasotriptan? for headache. nm
Complete thread -- More context. According to your s/l, it could be lactosuria.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying leukocyte esterase?
Complete thread -- Urinalysis shows s/l leukosuria. Could he mean glycosuria?
Complete thread -- hernia
Complete thread -- Given the history of a "salter no", let us do a CBC & an ESR.
Complete thread -- Thanks! But would it be used just to treat dry eyes?
Complete thread -- RE: cecal biopsy. Pls Sm...thanks
Complete thread -- Regarding aseptic technique, I should have been clearer, sure I google ...
Complete thread -- Podiatry - Is it perionychium or eponychium sm
Complete thread -- Enterobacter cloacae - You could have googled Enterobacter
Complete thread -- Easily found if you had googled - Hoyer
Complete thread -- No Ghon foci?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- If you'd google you'd find it.
Complete thread -- He had a long drive from Utah after a weekend in the mountains.
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray. There were no identified lesions, s/l no gone foci, and
Complete thread -- 1) therapy? 2) since it is scored
Complete thread -- Vigamox, check spelling
Complete thread -- I hear: _____back from Utah after a week in the mountains
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- s/l prescindant spasm of muscle after several surgeries ...
Complete thread -- What is correct ? are botox injections done "under septic techniq ...
Complete thread -- SLE doctor. Eye drops for dry eyes that s/l wigermox
Complete thread -- thanks so much for help, can you catch the dosage?
Complete thread -- Hoya lift or Hoyer lift to move bed ridden patients
Complete thread -- MP3 help. 2 blanks.
Complete thread -- Her husband wanted___nip it in the bud, but she has had no sore...
Complete thread -- loss of cognitive set.
Complete thread -- Patient with olecranon bursitis- x-ray results say no bony s/l destruction?
Complete thread -- he cough got much better over the last several months but she most recently felt the
Complete thread -- pt with infection under finger nail bed.. sm
Complete thread -- Neurobehavioral evaluation. MP3 file
Complete thread -- thanks! I wonder if she is trying to say Chariker. sigh.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- try this link- do a specific search for plastics and the city/state....
Complete thread -- lol! I was hoping it would be Carrico, but I cannot narrow down a plastic surgeon by that
Complete thread -- karakravey??
Complete thread -- wag....over use?
Complete thread -- without lymphoid aggregates, granulomas, or metastatic disease.
Complete thread -- wav posted. anybody want to guess how to spell this name??
Complete thread -- The patient presented today requesting Stadol nasal spray. At this po ...
Complete thread -- you can post :)
Complete thread -- alternatives, risks, options...
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- never mind, i got it. go ahead and hog 'em
Complete thread -- please stop hogging both the wavs and the MP3s
Complete thread -- are you finished then?
Complete thread -- wav
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Complete thread -- by his oncologist with serial blood counts.
Complete thread -- Comcast
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Complete thread -- per HPF (high power field?) both blanks.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- promyelocytes
Complete thread -- dominated by the less mature forms.....promolocytes (but check spelling
Complete thread -- one, thrombocytes?
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Complete thread -- Thanks! I thought so, but just wanted to make sure. ...
Complete thread -- you type it, within quotation marks showing what the patient said.
Complete thread -- Foul language
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- just the rest of the exam . . Eyes reveal . . .
Complete thread -- and then what does he say?
Complete thread -- (Beginning of exam) Examination revealed the patient to be s/l on gathothy (ESL).
Complete thread -- thanks all :)
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- masked facies (commonly heard with this disorder sm
Complete thread -- why do i always try to add that extra s, lol. mask facies
Complete thread -- mask fascies
Complete thread -- ahh didn't see the glossary part, click link, may see something
Complete thread -- s/l mask face eez? sm please
Complete thread -- with the first blank :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...second part "2+ to Rhizopus mix"
Complete thread -- good grief!!! don't know how you even got what you did sm & link
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Complete thread -- cystourethroscopy. tp is placed on *minimal right CPI?"
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Complete thread -- could be; last part sounds like Flint.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- oops, sorry , meant for post below
Complete thread -- does not sound like western to me...there are towns called Weston and Westland in Mich
Complete thread -- Westland-or see link for other cities in Michigan
Complete thread -- I see now what you are saying..I bet you are right.
Complete thread -- I'm so ashamed.....thank you. It's time for bed.
Complete thread -- test of cure.
Complete thread -- Pt with STD, will return in one week for a s/l test-a-cure.
Complete thread -- Western
Complete thread -- he wrapped the Esmarch bandage which is a tour around 2 to 5 times (turns)
Complete thread -- he wrapped the Esmarch bandage which is a tour around 2 to 5 times (turns)
Complete thread -- thank u ...
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- see comma placement
Complete thread -- makes sense to me, sure (he took over the care temporarily)
Complete thread -- booth would be -- boots placed on both legs sm & link
Complete thread -- I have attached the discharge summary from the operating surgeon who w ...
Complete thread -- and also to lose the high fat, high cholesterol diet?
Complete thread -- likely said/meant 2-5 times as this is used as a tourniquet sm
Complete thread -- No. I was wondering if he was changing and saying bandage with 5 turns ....
Complete thread -- wrapped around 2 to 5 times?
Complete thread -- The left foot and ankle were prepped and draped in the standard fashion and wrapped
Complete thread -- I'll listen for those. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ?looks like a misspeak to me "also to use low fat, low cholesterol diet"
Complete thread -- decrease?
Complete thread -- maybe DC for discontinue?
Complete thread -- what do they do? pick lint out of the belly button??? lol
Complete thread -- Of course. Nothing like make it harder than it needs to be :)
Complete thread -- lose weight and also s/l "duh use" high fat, high cholesterol diet.
Complete thread -- We didn't look for the obvious - Place plugs of lint or cotton in nostrils a
Complete thread -- LET? lidocaine, epinephrine, and tetracaine?
Complete thread -- He says "lent" pretty clearly. Maybe an acronym? Gotta give up. Thanks, though.
Complete thread -- maybe listen for silver nitrate?
Complete thread -- Thank you. You can find what you need when you get the correct spelling. Thank you.
Complete thread -- NuVasive SpheRx
Complete thread -- an interrupted circumferentially what? that needs fixing, also if Ost--
Complete thread -- Nuvasive shear s/l X screws
Complete thread -- Nosebleed resolved with use of s/l lent in the emergency room.
Complete thread -- ?? cefoxitin 2 grams
Complete thread -- could it be SCD boots for right after your blank? Could they be saying A-lines in arms???
Complete thread -- ostomy bag?
Complete thread -- Forgot to post the link to entire article..Here it is if interested
Complete thread -- Got it. It's a Replogle tube. Thanks.
Complete thread -- inlet? (see message)
Complete thread -- to the poster regarding *BRAP4 (or BREP4)* was positive and was sm
Complete thread -- 3-4 weeks
Complete thread -- Newborn remains npo on "repogle." Don't have a clue.
Complete thread -- An *osteophyte* was then placed
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- maybe apical? I am a retired x-ray tech and in order to
Complete thread -- patient was given 2 grams of *fox tail*
Complete thread -- Two large *varieties* were placed into both arms
Complete thread -- personally, I would put one after data and before including
Complete thread -- I'm finding docu for "Cornell procedure bivalve testis"
Complete thread -- Maybe his way of saying they used the femoral artery or vein for dye
Complete thread -- Gans Sensory Organization Performance Test
Complete thread -- he starts saying lateral then changes to whatever he is saying
Complete thread -- thanks - I'll check that
Complete thread -- VNG/ENG system, if it works, please verify it fits.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- lateral
Complete thread -- s/l ganz posturography - sm
Complete thread -- Short for verumontanum.
Complete thread -- AP and *inguinal* fluoroscopy was obtained
Complete thread -- incisions were connected proximal to the s/l "vero"
Complete thread -- an oncologist?
Complete thread -- a biologist?
Complete thread -- reduced using a joker
Complete thread -- I think he wants a period after diminished too. On the right side, base crackles
Complete thread -- I'm blanking it. Thanks for being here anyway :).
Complete thread -- I did wonder about that but wasn't sure if "throughout" would make that not likely or not.
Complete thread -- posterior fracture fragment was then *duced*
Complete thread -- Wouldn't the 2/two thing be an account thing, not a helper thing?
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- s/l ampicologist?
Complete thread -- Pierre Robin sequence, and 2 needs to be 2-year-old
Complete thread -- that should say SM
Complete thread -- is there a comma before including?
Complete thread -- Base crackles? (I often hear "crackles in the bases")
Complete thread -- This two-year-old patient had a "pee-oh-or-vez" sequence and cleft palate.
Complete thread -- Esotropia op: Suture was placed in the head of the muscle in a s/l vonpertay fashion.
Complete thread -- mental status changes with s/l tesekalary
Complete thread -- LUNGS: Her lung sounds are diminished on the right side. "Space" crackles are heard
Complete thread -- redeomnstrated - as in demonstrated again. A little redundant, as "he had again" but
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Now sounds more like 0.75 (zero seven five) suspension. Maybe I better flag it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- redemonstrated?
Complete thread -- usually dosed as tablespoons???
Complete thread -- Milk of magnesia s/l "7 point 7 5" (7.75)" suspension as needed
Complete thread -- Sorry, I meant to say, so it is not HCTZ, but . . . . . .
Complete thread -- So it is HCTZ, but could it be construed as HCT? Did they say, not hydrochlorothiazide.
Complete thread -- As I said in my post, it isn't HCTZ, but thanks.
Complete thread -- HCTZ (hydrochlorothiazide or HCT)
Complete thread -- Your commas are in the wrong place, by the way.
Complete thread -- Med that s/l "HZP"
Complete thread -- is he a farmer? If he grew milo and then harvested it, it is a very dusty crop to harvest
Complete thread -- or maybe silo dust??
Complete thread -- yep, sounds right to me. are you questioning milo?
Complete thread -- near as well for her as did the
Complete thread -- The patient has allergies after being around "milo" dust.
Complete thread -- the sentence is not correct
Complete thread -- Nevermind it is clearing...duh
Complete thread -- Yes. Sometimes the generic doesn't work as well as the brand name.
Complete thread -- s/l curring the lungs
Complete thread -- NO
Complete thread -- I'd use seafood however, not 2 words.
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Yeah, I thought of that just after posting. Probably is that. Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks, that helps.
Complete thread -- I agree maybe stuttered and said comma 2x but sea food allergies are common
Complete thread -- which is secondary to steroids or which was induced by steroids maybe
Complete thread -- Sea food would be my WAG.
Complete thread -- Allergy s/l "sea foot"
Complete thread -- ESL: Discharge Dx: Hyperglycemia which s/l * will deskended* to steroids.
Complete thread -- thank you very much!
Complete thread -- looks correct to me
Complete thread -- Speech therapy ? See message. Thanks
Complete thread -- I've never heard it put that way, but I would think it
Complete thread -- "s/l hypo-buoyant stools." (Please help. Thank you)
Complete thread -- You're right. Thank you.
Complete thread -- melanocytic?
Complete thread -- myelocytic lesion
Complete thread -- malignant melanoma instead of this atypical s/l neurinocytic lesion that you are call
Complete thread -- flagged.
Complete thread -- He meant that the device never had to work, or provide the therapy it was placed for.
Complete thread -- Didn't make sense because to me, device is providing therapy but here
Complete thread -- ther·a·py (thr-p) KEY
Complete thread -- s/l means the device was never activated to therapeutically defibrillate
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- ICD implanted. Pt denies ever having *therapy* from the device. SM for
Complete thread -- thanks ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- progressive groin pain will do it and I will flag it. Thanks
Complete thread -- ooooh, that sounds good!
Complete thread -- progressive groin pain maybe?
Complete thread -- I realize that does't make sense. How about process of groin pain? sm
Complete thread -- Neither makes sense to me. Perhaps further in the report you
Complete thread -- How do you complain of process or pulses? Does that even make sense to you?
Complete thread -- go to google, type in....echocardiogram repor....as you type
Complete thread -- S/L process or pulses?? sm
Complete thread -- oops here is the link
Complete thread -- You evidently did not even bother to google your EXACT s/l or search our archives.
Complete thread -- see link...this is a description of the outside-in technique...from
Complete thread -- NM. Will flag.
Complete thread -- It think it's Crystal Cannula.
Complete thread -- probably 40 and prepped for
Complete thread -- Mayo Clinic?
Complete thread -- Alimta?
Complete thread -- made outside-in with spinal needle incision s/l "to cut the cannula and the probe."
Complete thread -- Pt with nonsmall cell lung cancer. Med s/l o-lim-ta TIA
Complete thread -- Pt clinically orthostatic and this is reproduced with *numero-logic* orthostasis.
Complete thread -- I meant transcription samples, btw.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- looking for links to echocardiogram samples
Complete thread -- i meant to write worked up at s/l Mayoclay
Complete thread -- patient with chronic cough in NJ, worked at s/l MayoClay
Complete thread -- i think that it is ...thanks
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- Qnexa, developed by Vivus, a California-based company, is a new weight loss drug which als
Complete thread -- Astelin??
Complete thread -- anti snoring medication s/l acillin
Complete thread -- I said that wrong...ara-C is said 2nd, etc.
Complete thread -- here is one quote
Complete thread -- Makes sense. Thanks
Complete thread -- I remembe them, lol. But I'm 50 so...
Complete thread -- look at ara-c 7 and 3 regimen and see what you think sm
Complete thread -- I myself tend to verify everything and not assume I "heard" correctly.
Complete thread -- I have no clue. That is exactly as stated. I did flag beside it. Best I could do.
Complete thread -- Could you explain what that means (3 "in" 7)? Just curious. : )
Complete thread -- if you don't mind, what does that mean?
Complete thread -- It was Ara-C, 3 in 7, not and.
Complete thread -- whoa, I would tend to put as dictated this time or flag, rather fuzzy. I read sm
Complete thread -- When it comes to med dosing, I'd just type as dictated and not assume/add anything.
Complete thread -- what is it?
Complete thread -- Thanks Bunches
Complete thread -- Its ok. I figured it out.
Complete thread -- pANCA
Complete thread -- idarubicin, Ara-C, 3 and 7, how do you write that? I assume three days on, 7 off?
Complete thread -- kidney failure
Complete thread -- Cute. I don't ever remember seeing them before, but then
Complete thread -- Thank you both, sure appreciate your time and help.
Complete thread -- listen for EOMSI = EOMs intact.
Complete thread -- This reminds me of the old cartoon Klondike Kat (Savoir Faire is everywhere!)
Complete thread -- that must be it. thank you.
Complete thread -- Vyvanse (for ADHD)
Complete thread -- full and intact?
Complete thread -- med that sounds like "WHY-vuh-nace" (end rhymes with "face")
Complete thread -- HEENT: EOMFI? I have heard of EOMI, but not EOMFI? Any ideas? Thank you.
Complete thread -- laissez-faire....see link
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- see link...when I google...IM nail percutaneous...one
Complete thread -- American College of Radiology (ACR) Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS®) 4
Complete thread -- That must be it, many thanks!
Complete thread -- BIRADS4
Complete thread -- Breast cancer testing: TTF-1 was negative. *BRAP4 (or BREP4)* was positive ?
Complete thread -- percutaneous *section* on the left side.
Complete thread -- Evoxac?
Complete thread -- med s/l evac
Complete thread -- what is the exact context/ diagnoses?? I cannot find any med dosed at 18/250
Complete thread -- Is your s/l ... such as sd? Letters S D?
Complete thread -- One way to point you in the right direction would be to
Complete thread -- Thanks! He said it twice more and heard mobilized, but that one time sure sounded like
Complete thread -- mobilized.
Complete thread -- Having trouble with mobilized vs immobilized. Please
Complete thread -- List of meds on psych patient. s/l "besed" 18/250 t.i.d.
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- is there any reason they'd have ever been on suboxone?? That's not a very common med.
Complete thread -- I, of course, won't guess--will flag--but just wondering... lol
Complete thread -- I wonder if he isn't mispronouncing suboxone (s/l sub-zone).
Complete thread -- just nevermind me...still sleeping......
Complete thread -- cefzol
Complete thread -- Allergies to Penicillin, s/l Sep-zol and Demerol.
Complete thread -- Will flag. Need to send in now.
Complete thread -- The deep *fascial-form* as well as the transverse carpal ligament was identified.
Complete thread -- infertility, We may perform a "cornell" procedure, that is bivalve
Complete thread -- is that "the Zofran?"
Complete thread -- oops, typo, no "we"
Complete thread -- What drug reference did you look in? Where did you look?
Complete thread -- 'we and given'??? sentence is whack?
Complete thread -- therapy we and given his multidrug therapy which includes *santano toxicity*, I
Complete thread -- s/l attenial - sm
Complete thread -- She states __________had inconsistent results in terms of helping her ...
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- was used to open *tunnel* in the plantar foot
Complete thread -- 4 times a day
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- it is not JUST Talwin, it is a new combo.. Talwin Nx (pentazocine and naloxone hydrochlor
Complete thread -- Ligaclips™ by Ethicon
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- is he stumbling and then saying recurrent multiple branches of
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Ligaclips or Liga Clips....and should it be capitalized or not?
Complete thread -- 50/0.5 four - I use the MPR desk reference, and if not there, than check others.
Complete thread -- Because of history of (phonation of the chest) continue surveillance.
Complete thread -- Ignore that post. Do not feel it is correct.
Complete thread -- it sort of sounds zithro something. More like zithrogram than Zithromax?
Complete thread -- would not have asked if I found it
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- You can easily verify this with any of your already existing drug references.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- medication
Complete thread -- fluted ? something
Complete thread -- Two 10 mm s/l fluid perforate? JP drains were placed. Patient with abdominal
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 1st: Other labs which were also normal. 2nd: amylase, liver and lipase s.m.
Complete thread -- please help me :)
Complete thread -- Maybe he had the proceedure in Switzerland in 2010? Need entire sentence or something.
Complete thread -- Under PMH, doc say "switzerdreen" in 2010. Some kind of procedure?
Complete thread -- I thought of that and kept trying to hear it, but that's not it. TY anyway.
Complete thread -- were no mass *organio* on the floor
Complete thread -- I did actually find this information on Google and didn't think it fit so I asked.
Complete thread -- very sorry
Complete thread -- Median nerve was verified ____ multiple
Complete thread -- I do find a reference to cyproheptadine
Complete thread -- check your original post, there are answers
Complete thread -- s/l "trifik"
Complete thread -- wasn't this answered a couple of times first time?
Complete thread -- as well as *Cyproheptadine* for rheumatologic disease
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Well, they use it and normally we're supposed to fix it for them. but I forget, most of us
Complete thread -- further exploration found that the _____ into the right axilla
Complete thread -- hope it only gets better, that was awful!!
Complete thread -- Whatever. If she doesn't want the slang, she shouldn't use it. Just my opinion.
Complete thread -- Infant in breech presentation that we were unable to "vert"? 12:17 PDT
Complete thread -- likely-- provide further bonding (keeping tissues together) nm
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much! It still went to QA but maybe I did not look like such an idiot!
Complete thread -- Well I could have changed it to "turn" or something but I decided to give it to her
Complete thread -- check archives. I'm sure I've seen this question more than a few times.
Complete thread -- any chance you're hearing ITBS? Iliotibial band syndrome?
Complete thread -- External cephalic version is a procedure that externally rotates the fetus from a breech p
Complete thread -- s/l MDT s- m
Complete thread -- Two attempts were made to "vert" the fetus. External cephalic version
Complete thread -- gad, this should be sent to the Head of MTSO for a listen, terrible!!!!!
Complete thread -- advanced into the left coronary artery where ? views were obtained. ...
Complete thread -- s/l spate may be spike (heard a lot on EEG) sm & link
Complete thread -- MP3 file, help! stat report. New doc. I am lost.
Complete thread -- s/l ITBN or ITVN
Complete thread -- 22-gauge Sprotte tipped needle ?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!
Complete thread -- inferior ST elevation myocardial infarction
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- Lumbar puncture performed using a 22-gauge Spr_____-tipped needle?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- ref·use2 (rfys) KEY
Complete thread -- created and _____ and then the incision was closed with 5-0 nylon mattress
Complete thread -- Pt empties the trash cans of all s/l ref-use is there. All if find is refuse.
Complete thread -- NO. Metanx® see link with exact rendering of trademark
Complete thread -- Cyproheptadine Indications & Dosage
Complete thread -- Cyproheptadine Indications & Dosage
Complete thread -- Medication spelled as Meta/NX every other day. Is this correct?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- cyproheptadine (brand name Periactin)(use is like antihistamine) sm
Complete thread -- LOL!!!!!
Complete thread -- funny: Physical therapy was asked to evaluate him regarding his balance on an s.m.
Complete thread -- I think good term, it is a stain used in pathology to ID elastic membrane
Complete thread -- Link may see something, all I can think of is -below mean(average) bone mass
Complete thread -- YES! THANK YOU!!!
Complete thread -- peak bone mass?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- looking for a word
Complete thread -- I did thanks. Maybe I did not Google exactly like I should because it was not clear to me
Complete thread -- "CDE" (certified diabetes educator)
Complete thread -- google elastin stain elastic membrane
Complete thread -- anything here work?
Complete thread -- *Special elastin stains* showed an intact internal elastic membrane.
Complete thread -- What does CDE stand for in the title: RN CDE? Thanks.
Complete thread -- *Cyproheptadine* for rheumatologic disease
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17674680
Complete thread -- SM for sentences.
Complete thread -- running fashion and a _____ stitch was placed _____ septal deviation
Complete thread -- Nevermind - it is c-KIT GI stromal tumor
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound like it. I will check again.
Complete thread -- Are you sure it is not chest CT?
Complete thread -- Could we have a whole sentence or before and after information for clarification, thanks
Complete thread -- Doc dictates "combination" syndrome and specifies it is the one like the lock SM
Complete thread -- noted. Abnormal *key* CT one year ago
Complete thread -- No, not that. Could sound like "see-kit" too.
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Burkitt?
Complete thread -- high-grade s/l "fee-kit" GI stromal tumor
Complete thread -- reciprocating saw. _____ extended from
Complete thread -- and prognathism
Complete thread -- Never mind, I think it is mixed.
Complete thread -- with class-III malocclusion _____
Complete thread -- it is obvious that SSRI efficiency is probably related to her depression. For that
Complete thread -- The examination was remarkable for a firm, fixed mass at level II ...
Complete thread -- ? poorly healed
Complete thread -- nevermind - need to go on. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- As you know, the patient has s/l "floody heel" right vein harv ...
Complete thread -- s/l "purse anatomy"
Complete thread -- spate is a word, lol. Whether it applies here, I don't know.
Complete thread -- s/l spate. Neonatal EEG . . .
Complete thread -- perhaps batheing (sp?)
Complete thread -- tonsillolith?
Complete thread -- thanks for trying,
Complete thread -- ah, maybe prevent bleeding?
Complete thread -- bonding
Complete thread -- who can help on this please, stat report.
Complete thread -- could this be breathing? It even s/l bleeding.
Complete thread -- BioGlue was placed on the wound to provide further s/l bathing?
Complete thread -- white spot on tonsil s/l "foodlith" ?? not saying tonsilith
Complete thread -- thanks for your respone, just found it.
Complete thread -- it lidocaine/epinephrine/ tetracaine (LET
Complete thread -- LET = (lidocaine, epinephrine, and tetracaine).
Complete thread -- repair. anesthesia: s/l let ointment and 1% lidocaine with epinephrine.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- eschar.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- will go with sulci!
Complete thread -- depending on your account, I would put sulci if you can...
Complete thread -- doc says buccal sulcuses, (should it be sulci)?
Complete thread -- Le Fort (steds)
Complete thread -- LeFort I and LeFort II!!!!!!
Complete thread -- pls sm , fractures.
Complete thread -- Doctor was dictating PFO (patent foramen ovale)
Complete thread -- Thanks for help. Will listen again and read again
Complete thread -- do you mean to have the 'a' before smooth?? probably needs to be 'felt to be smooth'..
Complete thread -- acute?
Complete thread -- s/l abuse metastatic disease, 2nd blank s/l loose or Lewis clamp
Complete thread -- drug s/l novo-simalor
Complete thread -- see link to trademark specimen.
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- Steri-Strip is the registered trademark. Take it from there.
Complete thread -- If only 1 = Steri-Strip™ , but if they used more than 1 it is plural, depends on context.
Complete thread -- brand name
Complete thread -- you got it. Thanks to Word Board..and Guessing. ...
Complete thread -- chronic generalized?
Complete thread -- LMAO!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks, Will flag.
Complete thread -- vocab word with pneumonitis
Complete thread -- what do you all think he had trouble with?
Complete thread -- Yes, I believe it is hub. Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- hub(bed)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- A #16 double-s/l hug Intracath needle was then placed through the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yep creps slang for crepitation (though did not hear wav) sm
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I have only heard in relation to tonsils I guess. I was thinking crepitus and she
Complete thread -- crypt (kript) a blind pit or tube on a free surface.
Complete thread -- obtunded?
Complete thread -- this is a s/l thunded woman in ICU. pls help/thanks.
Complete thread -- It sure sounds like that. Have never heard that in this context.
Complete thread -- crypts.
Complete thread -- wav file. Pretty sure she is saying creps but could be crackles. Is creps allowed?
Complete thread -- Oh, you are so good. I did my searches on *fectine, so close.
Complete thread -- venlafaxine?
Complete thread -- wav file, same doc, different patient.
Complete thread -- thanks. I could not decide between the 2.
Complete thread -- opps, with an S - thoughts
Complete thread -- I hear - he was having bizarre thought nm
Complete thread -- I would use the last choice, as XRT =radiation therapy & Infusaport sm
Complete thread -- or withdrawals made sense too.
Complete thread -- I thought bizarre thoughts?
Complete thread -- NM.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- It sounds like he's listing XRT Infuse-a-Port placement and subsequent removal as one
Complete thread -- (I like sm's reasoning here.)
Complete thread -- (decades of neonatology practice, lots of experience w/ congenital anomalies, but SM
Complete thread -- hmmm..... Lane, I believe it is unlikely that you need the word "epiglottal."
Complete thread -- I'm going to flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think at first she says epiglotitis surgery and then changes it.
Complete thread -- male? epididymal? (total guess/just a suggestion)
Complete thread -- Any guesses?
Complete thread -- PSH: s/l Epiguidal surgery as an infant. Epi-guy-dual
Complete thread -- He is saying that. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- CNS?
Complete thread -- I see MiraLax as coming in powder form. My guess is that....
Complete thread -- has lyme disease with __involvement
Complete thread -- I wondered if it could be p.o., but I'm not sure that makes sense?
Complete thread -- p.o. pills (taking pills orally) ??
Complete thread -- He does report constipation. He has been taking MiraLax and s/l *peo* pills...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- famotidine
Complete thread -- MP3 again. Thank heavens I have only 20 more minutes!
Complete thread -- I think it is just me today. I can't do hear anything! Thanks.
Complete thread -- multiple rectal abscesses
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. Simply bad sound quality.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- 1) occlusion
Complete thread -- don't think wav posted
Complete thread -- WAV: pt with suspected recurrence of cholangiocarcinoma based on MRI
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. still sounds like thing to me...
Complete thread -- ankle?
Complete thread -- vein?
Complete thread -- I keep on hearing 'thing', but I don't think that it what is being said...
Complete thread -- *after failure of trabeculectomy
Complete thread -- Does sutures "cut short at the tips" sound right? Usually says knots.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I agree with the charity care.
Complete thread -- That was the word i was looking for, but now it sounds like 'charity care' to me.
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help...I am going to use they hyphen.
Complete thread -- it makes sense to me malignancy/CA......
Complete thread -- I should have specified...I was wondering about cut-up not Weck-cel.
Complete thread -- tertiary?
Complete thread -- YES! TY TY!
Complete thread -- Trying to get a word- sounds like 'churty' or 'a-turney'... care
Complete thread -- WECK-CEL® registered name so I would hyphenate
Complete thread -- klebsiella, pansensitive
Complete thread -- fast doc. found to have positive urine culture for s/l club-CL
Complete thread -- TY so much!
Complete thread -- *Can't*
Complete thread -- Would you hyphenate "cut-up Weck-cel sponge?"
Complete thread -- Geeeesh. Can'the believe I didn't get that! I need a break. Thank you.
Complete thread -- PE tubes? "pressure equalization tubes"
Complete thread -- sorry, I was just trying to think of clavicular joints rather than your s/l. :)
Complete thread -- It's Monday isn't it. lol
Complete thread -- s/l "pediatubes" - referring to myringotomy tubes
Complete thread -- I'll send it in with a blank.
Complete thread -- gelatinous?
Complete thread -- I think he is just saying *The further evalation*
Complete thread -- further?
Complete thread -- I got it! Journal of Craniofacial Surgery....geez! The sound quality....
Complete thread -- I don't hear either one of those. Thanks
Complete thread -- A _____ evaluation revealed the presence of anorectal fistula. The anus was g
Complete thread -- perirectal abscess, *gilatiny*
Complete thread -- sternoclavicular? acromioclavicular?
Complete thread -- I am finding a Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal
Complete thread -- Clavicle x-ray:
Complete thread -- Don't hear RHF, but do hear HF. Will listen for CHF. Thanks!
Complete thread -- lol...*i before e* I believe it is latter.
Complete thread -- Journal of _____(s/l granulation) Surgery?
Complete thread -- Sorry . . . trauma patient heavy ESL . . . first time transcribing her . . . see msg
Complete thread -- No problem. I hadn't seen your post, I was just trying to correct/help the OP.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- Oh my! I didn't even notice that. LOL (sorry)
Complete thread -- I beleive it is latter
Complete thread -- In this case, later is referring to the cuff (bladder mentioned first, sm
Complete thread -- did you read the link left from your last question?
Complete thread -- my radiologist prefer the combined forms, I think it's just a matter of preference.
Complete thread -- The s/l later is clean and no cervix is seen and no Pap was necessary. Rectovaginal
Complete thread -- it kind of looks like doc is saying "0.5%, 1 cc" but not dictating the meds
Complete thread -- thank you both very much
Complete thread -- antrostomy?
Complete thread -- Sorry, I didn't see your post. Had I have seen it, I wouldn't have posted.
Complete thread -- transesophageal echocardiogram showed s/l PO4 nm
Complete thread -- I would/do just as you have.
Complete thread -- Not a problem. I can always change to an MP3 if that happens. Appreciate the thought.
Complete thread -- Just as you have it. I usually delete the comma before and if they are related.
Complete thread -- Nonetheless-I'm sorry I overwrote yours. nm
Complete thread -- I thought Centrum or Rocephin. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- I'm hearing what you're hearing, sorry.
Complete thread -- hemmed and hawed
Complete thread -- and Centrum??
Complete thread -- would you clump these tests together or make separate sentences?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- s/l ? hymed and hod? s/m
Complete thread -- myelomeningocele, but that's a real WAG with no context
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Always post context and full surrounding text. ...
Complete thread -- Always post context and full surrounding text.
Complete thread -- Not that I know of. I just look to see if a wav has been answered before I post a new one
Complete thread -- Reposted
Complete thread -- SINO-NASAL OUTCOME TEST (SNOT-20) (Funny name~SNOT) LOL
Complete thread -- myalomenijune seal ...
Complete thread -- Is there a way to post a wav so it doesn't overwrite someone else's? TX
Complete thread -- Both are correct, depends on how dictated.
Complete thread -- Thanks!!! I kept hearing "Jared" and was totally lost.
Complete thread -- I will repost. thanks
Complete thread -- CHADS2 is what I usually hear but sounds like just CHADS
Complete thread -- I'm hearing a different wav
Complete thread -- wav file - Some type of cardiac score -sm for details
Complete thread -- thanks for checking!
Complete thread -- Finding a lot of hits for "plate-like" but he for sure says "s" at the beginning...he is
Complete thread -- My sted's equip hyphenates
Complete thread -- is it a procedure, a type of injury, or what?
Complete thread -- way WAG: right heart failure?
Complete thread -- patient had nasal s/l amodisay nm
Complete thread -- small bore needle (hyphen or not?_
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Sounds like see ya, CA?
Complete thread -- sheet? Sometimes they are layered. Not sure. Can't think of anything closer.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did. I looked all over and checked the archives and found nothing to give a
Complete thread -- Type it as it was dictated
Complete thread -- Chest xray revealed s/l "skeet" like atalectasis, otherwise nonacute.
Complete thread -- Ugh! saying Hoyer lift.
Complete thread -- for surgery, fluids: half percent one s/l sub c
Complete thread -- Continue nursing care for ADL and feeding assistance, positioning, sacral decubitus
Complete thread -- sm from archives (confirm this--I didn't)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- milked sm
Complete thread -- 7-1/2 to 9-1/2 second pauses by telemetry monitoring or 7.5 and 9.5?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l Radiata secondary to hypoxemic respiratory failure (Diagnosis)
Complete thread -- s/l Radiata secondary to hypoxemic respiratory failure
Complete thread -- Never mind - deep - duh
Complete thread -- sounds like "veep" penile nerve block
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l ? milk ?
Complete thread -- check mons
Complete thread -- why the -----??????? hmmmm
Complete thread -- Patient currently has s/l metrophinoff that she catheterizes q.2 hours to stay dry.
Complete thread -- s/l ? mums?
Complete thread -- pls help. it seems to show both anteroinferior and posteroinferior or anterior-infer
Complete thread -- s/l radiata secondary to hypoxemic respiratory failure (diagnosis)
Complete thread -- 2-cents'-worth
Complete thread -- Thanks to both!
Complete thread -- onelook MW sm
Complete thread -- I do think so. I had 2 cents. but 2 cents' worth
Complete thread -- Trilipix
Complete thread -- Thank you...I have never heard of it either and cannot document.
Complete thread -- no, never heard of a two-third, nor can document anywhere, not even a google hit.
Complete thread -- "Let me put my 2 cents worth into the discussion." Hyphen after the "s" in cents?
Complete thread -- Does two-third, one-third tubular plate make sense?
Complete thread -- med s/l triple x
Complete thread -- Can you hear "radicular pain"?
Complete thread -- Nissen fundoplication...thank you.
Complete thread -- fundoplication
Complete thread -- Sorry..Prior surgery includes _____ application for Barrett's esophagus.
Complete thread -- PLEASE read RULES 4 POSTING
Complete thread -- _______ application for Barrett's esophogus.
Complete thread -- see if this helps?
Complete thread -- link inside
Complete thread -- Dental - tooth 9a ??
Complete thread -- sorry I could not help further. First one sounded somewhat like the word "skeletonized"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- the lateral retinaculum and ?
Complete thread -- Thank you for the added info, seedef.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The tourniquet deflated _____. The lateral _____ were then closed
Complete thread -- s/l gel pen or geltan
Complete thread -- Permanent doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- ? in feet
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- protein calorie malnutrition
Complete thread -- Pls help - wav attached
Complete thread -- It was drainage just dropped. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- rheumatoid deformities *in suite*
Complete thread -- yea sounds like that to me, too. thanks all
Complete thread -- the output has dropped, the drainage,
Complete thread -- WAG could it be JP drainage just dropped?
Complete thread -- WHOSE
Complete thread -- jp drain question
Complete thread -- Paragraph?
Complete thread -- Prominent ?
Complete thread -- chronic back pain
Complete thread -- Sounds almost like permanent. Sorry, can't help.
Complete thread -- I guess I thought whose referred to a person. Thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- it is whose... the primary side effects belongs to the medication.
Complete thread -- lol. I hear ya! Thank you. I though it was "more" as well, but wasn't sure if there was
Complete thread -- sorry... more "complete" brace? *stupid enter key*
Complete thread -- Help me word this better...
Complete thread -- I think he is saying
Complete thread -- forget this, posted before I heard wav
Complete thread -- DonJoy Armor brace?
Complete thread -- posted wav if that helps., TY
Complete thread -- no medical coverage to cover a s/l one-thay-more complete brace for ACL disruption
Complete thread -- Respiratory viral panel? Maybe something on this link will help.
Complete thread -- Sorry. Meant NM
Complete thread -- NV
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Infant with bronchiolitis, bil pneumonia, reactive airway disease sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch! nm
Complete thread -- Celero
Complete thread -- Solera, Celera needle? sm
Complete thread -- could it be 'bilaterally' meaning both sides of the ankle?
Complete thread -- s/l fragile developmental changes of the degenerative arthritis as noted
Complete thread -- scarring *bladder* with trauma
Complete thread -- patulent would simply indicate an open tear
Complete thread -- I would opt for phalanges as the more common usage
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- DTRs?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- with no focal deficits noted, and with *symmetric exchange* bilaterally.
Complete thread -- *strong PM* could be *strontium*
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Go to drugs.com and put in glucosamine.
Complete thread -- vitamin B6, Fish oil, glucosamine, and *condrodate*.
Complete thread -- WAG? Strong iodine?
Complete thread -- WAG? Fero-Folic
Complete thread -- med questions
Complete thread -- http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/phalanx
Complete thread -- veru
Complete thread -- Is phalanxes really a word or does MD mean phalanges?
Complete thread -- Could be but he just said the 'verum' part. Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- Now is clear as bell! Dentition is poor!!!!
Complete thread -- verumontanum
Complete thread -- dentition is fair?
Complete thread -- Extraoccular movements intact. Oropharynx clear. s/l dictation is four??. Mucous
Complete thread -- not sure if this helps but see link inside
Complete thread -- nor about his?
Complete thread -- Cystoscopy. right prostatic lobe was occluding visually the s/l vemun of bladder.
Complete thread -- blank help please WAV sent!!
Complete thread -- S/l Patulent inferior capsule- MRI results of shoulder....
Complete thread -- ? intramucosal
Complete thread -- Anterior Rhinoscopy: There is a right septal deviation. There are no ...
Complete thread -- guessing he means grade 1 type A....
Complete thread -- The pulmonary artery pressure was mildly to moderately elavated and he ...
Complete thread -- Thanks! Good to get the 2nd opinion, I was "maybe" hearing other things...
Complete thread -- normal appearing foot and strike.
Complete thread -- Sports Med - exam - pt with foot injury.... .wav sent
Complete thread -- suppurative?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Can't think what your s/l is, but you need a comma between deep and 1/2
Complete thread -- =o) Thank you!
Complete thread -- docusate? Indicated with all the narcotic meds.
Complete thread -- s/l ? sevanic?
Complete thread -- Pt with body burns and grafting. Need help with medication.
Complete thread -- Thank you thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l peaser radius is- PISA (proximal isovelocity surface area) SM&link
Complete thread -- need more context than just this
Complete thread -- submuscular is one word, not twohmm
Complete thread -- Her *S/L peaser radius was 0.9 in the office today. The jet occupies ...
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down.
Complete thread -- bile bubbles was MY previous google query so it apparently
Complete thread -- sorry, this was my response to misdirecting link
Complete thread -- that is weird...it does say bile bubbles in the URL line, but MAC hospital
Complete thread -- The link worked for me, and it's what I was looking for. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- poi - your link took me to "bile bubbles"
Complete thread -- maybe MAC? See link
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks so much! His accent is so thick sometimes that he throws me for a loop.
Complete thread -- poor prognostic?
Complete thread -- Need help with ESL doctor....
Complete thread -- There was no surgeon available and the patient was "macked out" from our facility.
Complete thread -- NM.. Its the dictator.
Complete thread -- Just a little help..the consultant is who? i.e., the dictator or the referring?
Complete thread -- vesicular?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- welp, I don't know of any vac that would fit in that context. good luck
Complete thread -- Could swear I hear a "V" sound.
Complete thread -- back-cut
Complete thread -- Fistula surgery. s/l *Deep vac-cut fistulectomy* sm
Complete thread -- see link..."sinus bradycardia" is explained as a "sinus rhythm with a rate less
Complete thread -- Oh gosh. Who knows? Really there is not though. It is simply psych.
Complete thread -- You guys are great!
Complete thread -- after reading poi's, I am hearing osteoarthritis, nonspecified/unspecified
Complete thread -- for the second blank: osteoarthrosis _______, unspecified?
Complete thread -- that is what I heard too
Complete thread -- Drug abuse, NEC (not elsewhere classified), unspecified?
Complete thread -- Yeah, a peach, that's the word :D
Complete thread -- wav file. same guy, different patient.
Complete thread -- Isn't he a peach? It is a new account to the region. They can have him!
Complete thread -- I think I'm now hearing schizoaffective in there
Complete thread -- Thanks--you're probably right, but he garbled it something awful.
Complete thread -- demyelinating disease?
Complete thread -- Just not sure, thanks. Will flag.
Complete thread -- no, I meant what I said.
Complete thread -- s/l dee mol nais disease. Results of brain MRI
Complete thread -- depressive disorder, severe, with ___ diagnosis of seasonal affective...?
Complete thread -- wonder is asthma is in there? He says unspecified twice I think
Complete thread -- I asked for a sample. Not good. But helps some.
Complete thread -- Filled in a little.
Complete thread -- Admitting diagnoses Depressive disorder, severe. __ affective c ...
Complete thread -- I hear ampullary.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- was just coming back to say...you're right, THANKS!
Complete thread -- some doctors list scleral icterus under skin exam...tho many put is under HEENT
Complete thread -- Medication, s'l fluretic" sm
Complete thread -- Patient in rehab for TKR. S/l *deep bouts and station* are not tested. sm
Complete thread -- kinda sounds like a nickname for a forklift...
Complete thread -- finding some stuff for hi-lo, not sure if capped or not though
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, Questyr. It's just that some days the more I think the more confused I s.m
Complete thread -- drawing a blank - operates heavy machinery such as a s/l high low
Complete thread -- s/l sclero-lic-tor-us, part of physical exam under SKIN/EXTREMITIES, not eye related
Complete thread -- r/o Phazyme (contains simethicone for fast intestinal and stomach gas relief.)
Complete thread -- med that s/l bayzine. Patient has Lynch syndrome, anxiety, osteopenia
Complete thread -- This might be a good comma example ...normal sinus, bradycardia with
Complete thread -- ampullary definitely makes the most sense but I'm clearly hearing the 'k' sound
Complete thread -- Should be capped, sorry. Adalat (generic nifedipine).
Complete thread -- See if adalat works.
Complete thread -- This seems much more likely than my answer below.
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- oops. did it again, hit enter before I owned the post nm
Complete thread -- I hear ampullary -see sm & link
Complete thread -- Is doc perhaps mispronouncing ancillary (like he's reading it from something)?
Complete thread -- Also doesn't sound like it. Also doesn't really fit with context.
Complete thread -- axillary?
Complete thread -- no, doesn't sound like that at all. did you listen to the wav?
Complete thread -- don't U mean, rhythm is sinus, rate is bradycardic ? So "normal" is
Complete thread -- papillary
Complete thread -- sent wav. He has had s/l ankelery biopsy for IgG4 and tested positive.
Complete thread -- here's the link
Complete thread -- ikmkfg..I don't want to confuse you, but in your
Complete thread -- Yeah, accounts go all wussy on pussy. Our standards state to change it. but ..
Complete thread -- got it LRTI
Complete thread -- s/l LITI arthroplasty of the thumb
Complete thread -- true dat. some MTs say they even have to change pussy to pus-like or
Complete thread -- I think the other 'helper' was trying to say substituting atheist for Roman Catholic
Complete thread -- Belly is used a lot. Even in regard to a term of a muscle belly...
Complete thread -- The following is how it should be:
Complete thread -- yeah, gotta love the pee, poop and snot. funny though, we are told to change it...s.m.
Complete thread -- I have lots of docs who say belly. Might be a regional thing.
Complete thread -- acceptable and professional could be considered 2 different things...not all docs s.m.
Complete thread -- If you say so. It just seems to me that abdomen or stomach are more professional terms...
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- Doc dictates "Obese belly" is that an acceptable medical term???
Complete thread -- thanks. I heard the t in there and kept thinking rales could not be right.
Complete thread -- sounds like he's really saying mild rales denoted
Complete thread -- Another WAV. Do you think rales would be right?
Complete thread -- I had thought of that too, just could not figure why it would be right. Thanks.
Complete thread -- does sound like walking...maybe working, like a working diagnosis, not final??
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I agree -- only comma necessary is after Caucasian.
Complete thread -- sounds like walking
Complete thread -- maybe pubic ramus
Complete thread -- Not similar at all. OP's sentence contained many more adjectives.
Complete thread -- That's right!
Complete thread -- Hip xray, s/l *pebo-gramus* abnormality.
Complete thread -- It's NOT confusing. It is what it is.
Complete thread -- this gets confusion where there are say 3 words describing something...s.m.
Complete thread -- Use a comma to separate coordinate adjectives. You could think of this as "That tall, dist
Complete thread -- Use a comma to separate coordinate adjectives. You could think of this as "That tall, dist
Complete thread -- Yup!
Complete thread -- darn, are U serious??? WOW
Complete thread -- Thanks! Good explanation.
Complete thread -- would this sentence need commas? There are stable fatty stromal opacites.thx
Complete thread -- thanks..kept hearing it. will type as is then.
Complete thread -- She is an old Caucasian atheist. No commas needed. Similar sentence.
Complete thread -- rate is sinus bradycardia and rhythm is normal. they say it that way
Complete thread -- Just my thought, but bradycardia isn't normal, so no.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't use any commas. LOL
Complete thread -- is it correct to say "has normal sinus bradycardia" ??
Complete thread -- typo Need more commas
Complete thread -- Need for commas.. 56-year-old, divorced, Caucasian, Roman Catholic male
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- yes, a Caucasian male and a Roman Catholic male
Complete thread -- Okay, another question about the use of comma...
Complete thread -- Thank you! I did end up using it. : )
Complete thread -- Per the Gregg Reference Manual, a comma is used to separate (sm)
Complete thread -- Yes, always try drugs.com before asking. This is a psych
Complete thread -- Was going to suggest that as well. Closest thing showing in my QL. Did you
Complete thread -- List of meds salmeterol *Z-nef* 1 puff twice a day.
Complete thread -- Comma? There are multiple rough-textured, scaly papules. I'm usually
Complete thread -- Never mind. I relistened and figured it out, thanks.
Complete thread -- I flagged this, as I could not find it anywhere.
Complete thread -- Actually, hard to tell if he does not mean this whole thing to be 1 sentence.
Complete thread -- Is a comma needed here?
Complete thread -- siphon
Complete thread -- I feel that if the "Theratong" brace is going to help with turning his foot in
Complete thread -- I feel that if the "Theratong" brace to help with turning his foot in TIA!
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- Not gone
Complete thread -- notes predicament
Complete thread -- dosage to limit the Tylenol intake.
Complete thread -- wav file gone so couldn't listen, but punctuation suggestion below
Complete thread -- no comma after noncompliant as it is an adjective modifying diabetes
Complete thread -- I flagged. Will be interested to see what that could be.
Complete thread -- I do not think got close is right, probably glucose on hearing it here.
Complete thread -- WAV file is up now.
Complete thread -- sounds like Italian. I will do a wav file.
Complete thread -- Alert and oriented x3 (person, place and time), not predicament (the situation he is in).
Complete thread -- WAG to augment or maybe to offset the Tylenol? I know they want to use
Complete thread -- raphe
Complete thread -- titrate?
Complete thread -- S/l "Tilavent" the Tylenol intake.
Complete thread -- ?wrap (binder)
Complete thread -- Methamphetamine toxicity in ED
Complete thread -- The patient is noted to have abdominal s/l raf in place. ...
Complete thread -- You people amaze me sometimes with how you figure stuff out!
Complete thread -- OA=osteoarthritis
Complete thread -- She also has some thumb-related s/l "away".
Complete thread -- "ziana cubalamine" looks like cyanocobalamin
Complete thread -- see an archived answer from Margaret (she's a retired doctor, sm
Complete thread -- LOL - I bet you did! I don't know the answer though. Just laughing at what you said.
Complete thread -- did you try this?
Complete thread -- Sports Med - ligament testing - "Jiggle Test" ???
Complete thread -- Ziana but also s/l "cubalamine" - ???
Complete thread -- THanks!
Complete thread -- if you're in doubt, confirm with your employer before posting.
Complete thread -- Giovanni?
Complete thread -- prob. term specific to this dictator, can find sample? nm
Complete thread -- that should be can't,---- not CAN nm
Complete thread -- agree, flag with your guess; likely IS Celestone but can be certain sm
Complete thread -- s/l GMI?
Complete thread -- I hear - left shoulder prosthesis placement
Complete thread -- no infiltrate. She has _____ left shoulder _____ placement
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I would never try to second guess them on a medication. Looks like a blank to me.
Complete thread -- We are small fish in a big pond. What we think and what they actually mean are different!
Complete thread -- Should read "There are no petechiae or bruises on the trunk."
Complete thread -- doc says Crestone...but I think he means Celestone??
Complete thread -- missing words: This is a 79-year-old female with a fractured humerus, impacted _____, sm
Complete thread -- point naught 6 would be .06
Complete thread -- Astelin? And, also, ... and liberal use of - or liberally use saline
Complete thread -- Astelin maybe?
Complete thread -- s/l aspalan? s/m
Complete thread -- I think shiga toxin is shigella. Link on ICO antibody(not read though)
Complete thread -- either way, you'd type 0 (zero)
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll look into that further. I think my hearing is off! (I heard not.)
Complete thread -- doesn't aught mean zero?
Complete thread -- Meant to say pt admitted for alcohol detox. Last drink was that morning.
Complete thread -- ESL states alcohol level of "point not six." Not hearing "nine" but "not." I'm
Complete thread -- TSH, T4 901, with normal range
Complete thread -- different wav file is playing
Complete thread -- ____ is 2.43 _____. .... phosphatase 127 with ______ 35 to 104.
Complete thread -- s/l za-ball
Complete thread -- KCl (not KCL) and yes, KCl is the chemical name for potassium chloride.
Complete thread -- He may mean that, but it sure sounds like "seep."
Complete thread -- ricin
Complete thread -- C-collar (cervical collar)
Complete thread -- I remember this one from the anthrax letters on the news - ricin
Complete thread -- White powder which state lab checked for "recein" or anthrax. Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l "seep" collar
Complete thread -- in med. list, KCL and potassium chloride?
Complete thread -- sounds like it - thanks
Complete thread -- along with the Cortisporin otic
Complete thread -- RCO or ICO antibody
Complete thread -- The patient was advised to apply Topicort cream to the affected area along with
Complete thread -- yes, that is it..ty
Complete thread -- gosh, I do mean on the trunk!
Complete thread -- bullae?..nm
Complete thread -- do you mean on the trunk?
Complete thread -- There is no petechiae or "beu-ay" on the truck. Pt with rash.
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- no names or identifying data. search archives for posting wav it has been discussed
Complete thread -- i dont know how to? isn't it against HIPAA? ...
Complete thread -- can you post the voice file?
Complete thread -- kind of sounds like that...thanks.
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- perhaps saying "all benzocaine drops"?
Complete thread -- albanzecaine drops?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Got it after trying 3 different headsets - high lethality. Thanks to
Complete thread -- ?Hail (crack cocaine); ?Vega (cigar wrapping filled with marijuana)
Complete thread -- watchful waiting is a commonly used phrase
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- He said it again and it was Caucasian, just misprounced the first
Complete thread -- Nevermind, SFU..... nm
Complete thread -- much better wags than mine below!!
Complete thread -- pt with spina bifida and neurogenic bowel and bladder sm
Complete thread -- Caucasian female? Asian female?
Complete thread -- This is a xx-YO *tri casian* female. It is clear, can't document it
Complete thread -- ("nec fas") necrotizing fasciitis and Fournier's
Complete thread -- abcesses on his neck, something and forearms?
Complete thread -- No. Dictator mentions patient with chemical dependency issues
Complete thread -- It should be 1-1/2 instead of 1.5 (also, 2 mg tablets, no hyphen).
Complete thread -- PA just dictated this for a medication:
Complete thread -- presents with concern for abscess, S/L neck fas? and S/L forneas? has elevate white c
Complete thread -- Haldol? Valium?
Complete thread -- just noticed should be Tekturna - spelling mistake in Saunders pharm book
Complete thread -- multiple suicide attempts with *howley valdi* after Tylenol overdoses.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- Rasilez (Canada) - name changed to Tektura in U.S.
Complete thread -- Pt with insulin dependent diabetes & high cholesterol....
Complete thread -- Nevermind, flagged it.
Complete thread -- Mild *s/l quarning* was heard
Complete thread -- that is it...thx
Complete thread -- quarrelling?
Complete thread -- No, very clear dictator, sounds like corning or quarning.
Complete thread -- squalling? (not sure if I spelled that right)
Complete thread -- Echoing?..nm
Complete thread -- Orudis ?..nm
Complete thread -- http://www.drugs.com/ Search in drugs by condition.
Complete thread -- Echolalia was heard. Mild *s/l quarning* was heard but no tantrums were observed.
Complete thread -- s/l...a-root-a...sm
Complete thread -- NM, will go with Euflexxa.
Complete thread -- hyaluronic acid injections could be tried, *bee-you-flexa* 3 injections...
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- that last sentence explaining what it looks like on film should also show you it is sm
Complete thread -- maybe he means Lantus--unless U can document, would flag
Complete thread -- Scanning, like looking for the right word
Complete thread -- Sorry, make that L-a-n-s-t-a-r.
Complete thread -- Trying to verify Landstar insulin. Doctor spells L-a-n-d-s-t-a-r.
Complete thread -- neurologic exam: Speech fluent, not s/l scanning?
Complete thread -- Thank you. That's what I thought, just wanted to someone else to agree!
Complete thread -- He means 1.010
Complete thread -- Specific gravity
Complete thread -- interesting info that I found (sm)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- usually hear plate-like atelectasis
Complete thread -- The last two letters have the "et" sound.
Complete thread -- platelike?
Complete thread -- S/L he is saying: pulmonary collapse with "blanket" atelectasis
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- looks like AeroChamber.
Complete thread -- s/l airchamber? s/m
Complete thread -- how about troponinemia?
Complete thread -- It does not appear that she has any signs of cardiogenic shock. She d ...
Complete thread -- Could it be colloidal urine gold test (colloidal gold urine test)?
Complete thread -- quantitative immunoglobulin test maybe?
Complete thread -- At this time he has been placed in respiratory isolation and is pendin ...
Complete thread -- mid can stand on its own but current trend is to combine it
Complete thread -- yes, lie
Complete thread -- lie...
Complete thread -- staining with the specimen
Complete thread -- mid....
Complete thread -- thanks for the help :-)
Complete thread -- No worries - thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Sorry, that probably sounded abrupt. It also depends on your account specifics in regard
Complete thread -- correct answer is in archives
Complete thread -- Graves or Graves' disease?? Have seen both
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- can you hear *hyperemic* response by chance?
Complete thread -- The pneumatic thigh tourniquet was then released and a prompt *hyver* response
Complete thread -- I hear --- the idea that he had primary cancer of etc
Complete thread -- oops, didn't see this post till now, I posted below too
Complete thread -- This may be IT. 0.014 Radi pressure wire (Radi. Medical Systems
Complete thread -- Using is in present, so I'd match all around. He is and ....
Complete thread -- Using is in present, so I'd match all around. He is and ....
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- I found it in the op report from another doc. Thanks
Complete thread -- Found out it was just carpi ulnaris, thanks.
Complete thread -- I don't know why he isn't saying whether it was extensor or flexor either. Who knows
Complete thread -- carpi radialis and carpi ulnaris?
Complete thread -- laceration of his "carpi radialis ulnaris" (not saying longus) tendon
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- I find there is a Mooney door seal..see link
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought it was a person but had never heard the
Complete thread -- Never mind. I took the comma out and replaced it with and instead
Complete thread -- a paraprofessional is a teacher's aide. Have heard referred to as just para
Complete thread -- NM found in urban dictionary
Complete thread -- thank you very much.
Complete thread -- I would do that, but he specifically put each word in quote marks individually
Complete thread -- Stedman's Equipment has a Radi pressure wire.
Complete thread -- If the 2 works are back to back only one set of quotation marks. Just
Complete thread -- because he has been "perpping" on his sister. He hit his "para" and
Complete thread -- I posted again the sentence for the Ratty wire. see below
Complete thread -- Comma and quotation mark question please
Complete thread -- probably s/l peons is Pean (clamp/forceps) sm
Complete thread -- figured it out...neuritis
Complete thread -- SR gives me: Two large "peons" were placed at both cornua for retraction
Complete thread -- I did give an earlier sentence not unless it wasn't enough.. see again
Complete thread -- That is what I keep listening for, but nope! Thanks!
Complete thread -- a moving door maybe?
Complete thread -- "moonie" door sm
Complete thread -- Sorry, it looks like crustation is a viable word now that I use OneLook.
Complete thread -- She does have a healed superficial blister with hemorrhagic "crustation"
Complete thread -- Probably of no consequence, but pt actually presenting with left *eye* pain. Doc
Complete thread -- Past history of thoracic or lumbosacral *muritis* and radiculitis. SM for
Complete thread -- my suggestion would be to give us a little more to work with here
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you, I confirmed with the MA, it is Tacrolimus 4 mg total daily. Thank you!
Complete thread -- ? clotrimazole? For yeast, fungal infections.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for your help as well as the site information. I greatly appreciate all!
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I got it. Bystolic. I had searched on MPR for *stolic and got
Complete thread -- Bystolic?
Complete thread -- Patient with hypertension, asthma, and degenerative joint disease of
Complete thread -- any suggestions on the s/l Rad-E wire post?
Complete thread -- drugs.com has a great phonetic search...your s/l produces the answer.
Complete thread -- ?clopidogrel
Complete thread -- clopidogrel
Complete thread -- both of you are correct, thank you SO much.
Complete thread -- s/l "chli-ped-o-gril" 75 mg drug name? Please see msg, same cardiac PT.
Complete thread -- s/l ?-ton-a-zol for a medication
Complete thread -- inferior glenoid maybe?
Complete thread -- might be tacrolimus, on prednisone and maybe has kidney transplant from diabetes but
Complete thread -- (oops, sorry about the typos)
Complete thread -- infraspintus and supraspinatus are the more common terms...not sure if yours
Complete thread -- Any ortho typists out there? This is for a right shoulder injury.
Complete thread -- Drug name S/l tec-quil-o-mist? Please see message for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Rad-e wire. see below
Complete thread -- a guess, since renal pt (FEurea (fractional excretion of urea or FENA sm
Complete thread -- m = milli, not micro. mIU would be wrong anyway
Complete thread -- The left breast does have some tenderness in the upper
Complete thread -- I'd give it to him as he dictated...a centimeter and a third.
Complete thread -- first one I hear "bilateral _____ decompression"
Complete thread -- I
Complete thread -- I
Complete thread -- Thx, that's what I'll do.
Complete thread -- spelled out as you have it if it is verbatim because it is not an exact figure
Complete thread -- I've never encountered this before.
Complete thread -- It's your account, your specs. How do YOU usually type this?
Complete thread -- incision of "about a centimeter and a third." Verbatim or numerically?
Complete thread -- second one sounds like "lateral femoral nerve"
Complete thread -- bilateral _____ ovarian cystectomy ... spinal fusion, _____ nerve repair
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- okay. On 2nd page there are a couple jama ama links........
Complete thread -- Found past report on pt and that report has fibromatosis!
Complete thread -- Ty for the link but 19 hits just doesn't make me feel any better about this. :)
Complete thread -- Glad you got it!
Complete thread -- Got it! "Align" is a probiotic often used by IBS sufferers.
Complete thread -- ?sm
Complete thread -- As in shuck test?
Complete thread -- I was thinking along those lines but we don't have a separate line for prescriptions.
Complete thread -- Impression: Plantar fascial "fibrosis" I "think" it s/b fibroma or fibromatosis.
Complete thread -- any chance "prescribe line" is a direction to you, like next line or something
Complete thread -- urine urea is better to s/l
Complete thread -- Med for IBS that s/l line - pls sm for context.
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- maybe stuttering over random urine protein? ck spelling on osmolality
Complete thread -- urine urea?
Complete thread -- Lysteda
Complete thread -- Random urea <pauses" s/l "ura-neuria" four-fifteen
Complete thread -- birth control pill versus s/l Listeda treatment to help reduce the amount
Complete thread -- I think he is actually saying immunusuppressive in healing (not immunosuppressants) but
Complete thread -- aren't words with "self" always hyphenated?
Complete thread -- I hear "unremarkable except for diminished air movement..."
Complete thread -- immunosuppresants and can prevent healing... yes they can
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Great point. Thank you. I'm going to type it out.
Complete thread -- shrugged? stretched?
Complete thread -- uIU/mL
Complete thread -- mIU but might be on do not use list, you may want to check that
Complete thread -- micro international units per liter. Anyone know the abbreviation?
Complete thread -- Thanks...so *immunosuppressants in preventing healing* is okay? (Sorry if
Complete thread -- right shoulder was *shucked*
Complete thread -- IN the process of healing, they are immunosuppressive. In is correct.
Complete thread -- May mean strand-like ??
Complete thread -- Must be my hearing today. This doesn't make sense but sounds clear...
Complete thread -- s/l K2 review or possibly K2RV??
Complete thread -- Physical examination: Unremarkable _____ and diminished air movement
Complete thread -- doubt
Complete thread -- doubt
Complete thread -- s/l floating floor
Complete thread -- But in thinking about it more, maybe dictator isn't mentioning a GED or
Complete thread -- Well, with the 10th grade education, I didn't think those would work. Thanks for
Complete thread -- chilblains maybe
Complete thread -- If you go by AAMT BOS, then it is O negative.
Complete thread -- Like DEA?? if you're not hearing Air.
Complete thread -- He worked as a *drug* traffic controller. Sure sounds like this is what I'm hearing,
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I don't think the rotator cuff is part of the knee, isn't it the shoulder?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- antrum of stomach
Complete thread -- Thank you Carol.
Complete thread -- bursal rotator cuff injury
Complete thread -- Depends on acct specs, but I usually do O-
Complete thread -- sounds like "to the sternal eminence."
Complete thread -- Imp: Left knee sprain with potential bursa s/l cuff injury.
Complete thread -- O-
Complete thread -- s/l...en-trem of the flem-us...sm
Complete thread -- Thank you. I put that.
Complete thread -- Can you type Ferritin was confirmed as low?
Complete thread -- median nerve _____ irrigation was performed. The
Complete thread -- confirmatorily? Ferritin was confirmatorily low.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- Oh, I got lucky, she finally said in hospital course summary - increased maternal age
Complete thread -- punctuation question - sm
Complete thread -- I'm doing the discharge physical now, I'll see if she elaborates
Complete thread -- Ischemia-modified albumin?
Complete thread -- flagged it. Thanks anyway :)
Complete thread -- IMA - what is IMA? I'm supposed to write it out.
Complete thread -- volume resuscitation with s/l Suproff?
Complete thread -- superficial and deep flexors
Complete thread -- additional info- doctor said ptn was taking amlodipine for this condition
Complete thread -- and all the distal _____of the hand were tested
Complete thread -- snores?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the thing that comes to mind is "startles." Could that be it?
Complete thread -- tyvm :-).....sending on now
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- radiation?
Complete thread -- Good question for YOUR acct manager or QA
Complete thread -- WAG grooved end probe?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- s/l starls
Complete thread -- occipitals?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l choblain's syndrome
Complete thread -- aphasia
Complete thread -- grade 2 minus breast ptosis ---is minus spelled out or is it 2-? Thx
Complete thread -- the sinus tract was probed with the *groove and* probe
Complete thread -- the sinus tract was probed with the *groove and* probe
Complete thread -- problems with word finding with an s/l a-kay-sia. She feels that generally he seems a
Complete thread -- Can't find this muscle s/l ** ex - SIM - pih - THALS **?
Complete thread -- No, definitely saying lateral. :) Thanks
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- maybe you are hearing radial collateral ligament?
Complete thread -- Right thumb MCP "lateral" collateral ligament. Isn't this in the knee? lol
Complete thread -- Surprisingly, it was recurrent all jumbled up.
Complete thread -- flagged, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- axis
Complete thread -- breast ultrasound demonstrated a mass at the 11:00 axis/access.
Complete thread -- "I did discuss the possibility of her mother harboring a BRCA-1 or ...
Complete thread -- multiple *acon* adenomas
Complete thread -- I agree, odd percentage there.
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the link. Checked a couple other sites but didn't see it. Thx!
Complete thread -- wonder if it is breast base circumference
Complete thread -- Aromas (sm)
Complete thread -- Ever heard of a city that sounds like air-miss in California? Thanks.
Complete thread -- thought it might be width, but those values are only in the single digits sorry
Complete thread -- Sending on now...thanks
Complete thread -- just wondering... very clear dictator..
Complete thread -- breast s/l "wrist" circumference measures 44 cm on the right
Complete thread -- NM - Kantonia
Complete thread -- could be... see www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20190308
Complete thread -- Catania?
Complete thread -- there are some s/l ulcerations of the articular cartilage at hte lateral femoral
Complete thread -- Ongoing anticoagulation. Can't get first one.
Complete thread -- Patient emigrated from *Cantonia or Pantonia.*
Complete thread -- Reticulation would be appropriate..
Complete thread -- where he lay down...
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- If he is already in the ER, there is no way he "is" a helmeted driver
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- and thanks! :)...
Complete thread -- ugg, I don't know (not no)
Complete thread -- Hey, a St. Rose doc, lol. I don't no, but protime is never 1 word.
Complete thread -- ah, yes, that is something i have often heard ... sadly, i already sent the report...
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- could it be lateralizing weakness?
Complete thread -- s/l "iolizing" weakness or numbness....... ????
Complete thread -- I wouldn't, because it would be wrong. It's not even what was dictated.
Complete thread -- Just flag it
Complete thread -- Parathyroid sestamibi shows mild focus of trace s/l vertingent in the neck
Complete thread -- DP dorsalis pedis PT posterior tibial
Complete thread -- I'd put: Radial, distal and posterior pulses 2+ bilaterally
Complete thread -- I know... isn't crazy the way they want this typed?
Complete thread -- OH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You are sooooo right. She abbreviates everything. will flag this guess
Complete thread -- not sure. any suggestions for me?
Complete thread -- without the dates which have been x'd out, I can't make heads or tails of this
Complete thread -- what do DP and PT stand for here?
Complete thread -- Can you hear Ismo, maybe?
Complete thread -- I wonder if it's "amio" as short for amiodarone.
Complete thread -- He was on s/l (immy-o) or (NEO) or (MAO) or ??? for PVCs
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sorry - should read Radial, DP, and PT pulses ... etc.
Complete thread -- Radial, DP and PT 2+ bilaterally. the comma after radial is correct right? b/c
Complete thread -- ahh, trying to give ya a hard time-- Keppra
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- found this, not sure if this is IT. Sennosides (laxative) sm
Complete thread -- I sure see what you mean, way down the road, who is the "reader" to know sm
Complete thread -- Never mind - it was "dead space."
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- 3-0 Vicryl to close all the subcutaneous s/l "dug base."
Complete thread -- Wernicke (might be slurring this word? (a guess)nm
Complete thread -- too funny
Complete thread -- TY so much for helping. I'll check out the link for future reference. Flagged.
Complete thread -- Not sure of you s/l but glad to share my brain list of words
Complete thread -- Maybe also try to slow it down to a crawl, may be able to pick it upu
Complete thread -- okay. This struck me as pretty funny...
Complete thread -- hard to catch it because the sound byte starts with the blank. Can you back it up a bit
Complete thread -- middle cardiac vein (MCV) nm
Complete thread -- oops, hit enter before I entered my name to own the post nm
Complete thread -- may be slurring?? linear Endo GIA sm (a guess)
Complete thread -- trying to hear divergence fusional in there somewhere. Anyone hear that???
Complete thread -- wav posted. ________ amplitude measured 20 diopters (sm)
Complete thread -- Appendix was transected using a "levy" Endo GIA with a 3.5-mm stapler.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- right thoracotomy in 1989 for resection of a mediastinal cyst
Complete thread -- that gives him an incomplete sentence there. No period.
Complete thread -- yeah, thank you very much ...
Complete thread -- deductions for color, I agree....
Complete thread -- deductions for color? (I think the Apgar score includes points for oxygenation.)
Complete thread -- "s/l duchins-for-color". Please help. Thank you.
Complete thread -- ah, heard it... experiencing left medial compartment knee pain
Complete thread -- wav posted... experiencing left knee s/l to compartment knee pain
Complete thread -- Never mind.
Complete thread -- Brain MRI question
Complete thread -- using a s/l "redo" saw, the previous sternotomy was then opened up
Complete thread -- there is a Sarna lotion
Complete thread -- He just repeated it and it is levetiracetam
Complete thread -- Medication s/l lavetericam, no dosage, elderly man with renal probs and vasc disease
Complete thread -- lowercase prefixes p = pathologic staging pT3pN2MX
Complete thread -- The patient's cancer was staged as a *PT3 PN2 MX* tumor. Not sure if all capped.nm
Complete thread -- foci of hemorrhage is all I can think of
Complete thread -- I always use full names and degrees, but that's just what I prefer and
Complete thread -- These are just style issues. If you want the separation, put in a period.
Complete thread -- thank you both....I will check into those
Complete thread -- background
Complete thread -- not enough context?? sagittal maybe?
Complete thread -- ever hear of a Segal osteotomy
Complete thread -- I work in house.... I know the actual names, just did not know if just first name was
Complete thread -- I do not know how responsive your team leads are, I would just email them and ask.
Complete thread -- My very favorite is Medical Terminology - A Systems Approach by
Complete thread -- do you have a database you can pull names from? If so, I would search by first name then
Complete thread -- is first name of PA only acceptable?
Complete thread -- large right frontoparietotemporal infarct with s/l flosiad hemorrhage ...
Complete thread -- I do not know what manuals you studied with or where you got your training,
Complete thread -- thanks. gonna send a blank.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- I thought because doc went from saying "no..." and now he is saying "yes"....that it would
Complete thread -- additional learning
Complete thread -- I think I hear Vagifem?
Complete thread -- I see no need for that semi. weakness, very strong muscles, and
Complete thread -- asteatosis cutis -- dry scaly etc.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- s/l ? sarlin lotion?
Complete thread -- prurigo nodular lesions as in prurigo nodularis?
Complete thread -- oops. forgot to add context. 83-year-old female with anemia. only other history is that
Complete thread -- wav posted. please sm
Complete thread -- s/l ? asteotosis? s/m
Complete thread -- does this look right?
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you! Never heard of that word and a new doc for me... :)
Complete thread -- s/l porogonodular lesions ? s/m
Complete thread -- procure?
Complete thread -- every day word...not getting it - s/l poe-pure a CPAP mask?
Complete thread -- thank you, couldn't find anything like that and definitely never heard of it
Complete thread -- yeah, and the ones who speak so slow you put them on full speed or go nuts. :-)
Complete thread -- I agree with that
Complete thread -- Pfannenstiel incision
Complete thread -- abdominal exam: hoizontal s/l fanastial type scar (had a C-section in past)
Complete thread -- Stroke assessment. S/L La-vert.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I HATE nurse practitioners doing H&Ps who repeat
Complete thread -- gastroparesis maybe?
Complete thread -- s/l ? catroporesis ? s/m
Complete thread -- I hear "prednisone aerosol"
Complete thread -- Thanks! that might be it. Will double check.
Complete thread -- So sorry MP3, thought I wrote it.
Complete thread -- That makes sense. Mine did not. which he at that time developed
Complete thread -- need a s/l or post voice file please :-)
Complete thread -- Is that Allegra?
Complete thread -- cerclage wire?
Complete thread -- I hear "which he at that time developed CHF?"
Complete thread -- X-rays were taken which showed the silicone implant in place sm
Complete thread -- Spiriva. Advair. Prednisone. ____. Albuterol. IVIG. ...
Complete thread -- wav file. I think - which he had time - is wrong.
Complete thread -- Obviously something she never looked up.
Complete thread -- You use "melonotic"? What the heck is that?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- You'd be reprimanded here for that kind of error.
Complete thread -- check Davis and Geck
Complete thread -- thank you so much...that looks so much better!
Complete thread -- using a s/l "D and G," a plane below the vessels was created
Complete thread -- On the left side she continues to have positive impingement; pain suba ...
Complete thread -- My suggestion too
Complete thread -- IMO, will post explanation in a second
Complete thread -- JMHO --sm
Complete thread -- based on combining form description at OneLook Merriam it
Complete thread -- commas or periods?
Complete thread -- see link, it has both of them.
Complete thread -- I would expect microsurgical canal decompression....and
Complete thread -- canal decompression. neurolysis (they just add micro on)
Complete thread -- wonder if that is not decompression?
Complete thread -- We got a similar email from our QA supervisor too. Definitely melenic.
Complete thread -- Pa had back surgery by neurosurgeon SM
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- There are auditions for construction shows on TV.
Complete thread -- or
Complete thread -- I'm going with "or"
Complete thread -- could he have been trying out (auditioning) to work for a company when he was injured?
Complete thread -- I posted this earlier today and got no answers- thought i would try again...
Complete thread -- erythematous lesions s/l are/or caruncles at the 1:00 and 4:00 positions are both rea
Complete thread -- maybe garbled atrophy?
Complete thread -- rubber-shodded clamps
Complete thread -- oh yeah, you found at the same time I did, 2 great minds! Thanks
Complete thread -- wondering if he means rubber-shod hemostats? "rubber shodded stats? make sense?
Complete thread -- rubber-shod hemostat
Complete thread -- s/l Werber shotted stats (removal of artificial urinary sphincter)
Complete thread -- WAV: capsule endoscopy revealed.... small bowel "s/l apthi"
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- intimated? Imply or hint. State or make known
Complete thread -- sit-down discussion and he almost intimated that he was
Complete thread -- WAG intimated?
Complete thread -- intimated (implied)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- s/l intunated
Complete thread -- We can state opinions on replies, just as you have here. Maybe learn
Complete thread -- I think you just love sitting around all day and waiting for posts like this
Complete thread -- compromised??
Complete thread -- ...then I would consider moving her on a path to immunomodulator therapy. Thanks All!
Complete thread -- okay... so now I have this...
Complete thread -- WAG moving her on a path toward?
Complete thread -- Sort of... but there is another word before it that sounds like "tabulated"
Complete thread -- didn't listen but does it sound like immune?
Complete thread -- WAG "positive" ??
Complete thread -- Also would capitalize the genus Streptococcus and small letters for
Complete thread -- I searched PubMed and found that there is
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! I appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- "pen" = penicillin, "vanko"= vancomycin
Complete thread -- lab test questions. help please!!
Complete thread -- Digestive disease doc - .wav sent
Complete thread -- how about chronic mild persistent asthma?
Complete thread -- chronic, mild, persistent asthma OR chronic mild, persistent asthma
Complete thread -- curvilinear?
Complete thread -- it is "curvilinear lines"
Complete thread -- has asbestos-related disease, and looking at CT with __ lines.
Complete thread -- when all said and done, how do you want to be remembered?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I hear "there are no carotid bruits audible. _________ brachial and radial pulses"
Complete thread -- cetirizine
Complete thread -- I don't know... when doing longer lists in a previous job we would... OK!
Complete thread -- Wow... he talks so fast!
Complete thread -- periods, why would you think to use semicolon?
Complete thread -- It's been documented half a dozen times in more ways than one. If you
Complete thread -- periods JMO
Complete thread -- yes, ty!
Complete thread -- cetirizine? (ck spelling)
Complete thread -- need med help. 7yo with allergic rhinitis and asthma SM
Complete thread -- Lists... periods, no periods, other?... (I have very few rules with this account)
Complete thread -- There are not any _____ brachial, and radial pulses
Complete thread -- Agree. Why slam? Just state your opinion on the OP's question.
Complete thread -- Post your thoughts;can document differently? simple, rather than slam
Complete thread -- that seems like a reasonable solution. Thanks very much
Complete thread -- I am not sure, but thank you.
Complete thread -- oh, I found this too. I knew this should be around somewhere...
Complete thread -- wisegeek should be a doctor before spouting out nonsense
Complete thread -- even if it is from iron, melanotic is still from melanin pigment, not iron. So
Complete thread -- I appreciate your responses. I have for 20+ years routinely corrected...
Complete thread -- There are rods that are named Bickel and Luque?
Complete thread -- Although docs often say stool is "Melanotic", it's the wrong word (http://www.thefreedicti
Complete thread -- melenic vs melanotic stool. QA sent this info regarding that... - sm
Complete thread -- oh good grief.
Complete thread -- melenic vs melanotic stool. QA sent this info regarding that... - sm
Complete thread -- melena refers to blood -GI hemorrhage. Melanotic refers to
Complete thread -- Prior back surgery from 1985: S/L "LUKIE-BUCKLE" stabilization. ? ?
Complete thread -- I had a discussion with a GI doc once who said --sm
Complete thread -- confused with melenic. It's melenic stools, not melanotic, no matter how dictated. ...
Complete thread -- melanotic stool question.....
Complete thread -- NM, sending blank
Complete thread -- ok, thanks!
Complete thread -- maybe meant postural....
Complete thread -- ?asynclitism (abnormal presentation)
Complete thread -- Female with urethral stricture. "Curved *penile* urethral sounds were generously
Complete thread -- Pain is s/l prostratic in nature.
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but thanks anyway
Complete thread -- done on 08/16 (2010) was ?
Complete thread -- She can go by what the rest of the note says also. If there is NO reason for the abdomen
Complete thread -- Depends on your account...
Complete thread -- ok thank you.
Complete thread -- questioning myself today...Blood culture positive "1 out of 2" for strep viridans. sm
Complete thread -- QAG There is Dolobid which is an NSAID?
Complete thread -- doubt
Complete thread -- s/l wrist-us-sandwich (maybe bandage)
Complete thread -- Looking for your s/l, but wanted to tell you it should be 38 weeks' gestation, per BOS
Complete thread -- Obgyn - word help sm
Complete thread -- medication s/l "go-le-bid"
Complete thread -- Found it - Darier sign
Complete thread -- TY, I certainly do hear FCU, but do you find the sentence displaced somewhat?
Complete thread -- melenic/melanotic stool. I know this is written in stone, BUT, seeking opinions sm..
Complete thread -- flexor carpi ulnaris tendons (FCU)
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I concur with that as well.
Complete thread -- wav posted. (sm) flexor digitorum superficialis and flexor digitorum profundus and __
Complete thread -- Dermatology s/l ** Dare - AY ** sign
Complete thread -- ambulation as tolerated postoperatively
Complete thread -- as well as early ambulation _______ postoperatively, but I will
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- episodes of witnessed
Complete thread -- I don't hear any WAV....
Complete thread -- as a mild-to-moderate snorer but denies any _____ or witnessed apneas or a choking
Complete thread -- Ooops -- did not see your second sentence. nm
Complete thread -- Not the OP, but exquisitely nontender makes NO sense. Exquisitely TENDER. But if it is non
Complete thread -- sternal notch to nipple distance is the usual phrase (nm)
Complete thread -- breast asymmetry
Complete thread -- A1c and fasting blood sugar
Complete thread -- I didn't see the "non" before tender
Complete thread -- OMG
Complete thread -- THANKS! Blanking nontender.
Complete thread -- It does if that is what the doctor dictated and wanted.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- very slurred on tests for hyperglycemia
Complete thread -- I disagree with the poster below (sorry). The word "exquisitely" does not fit.
Complete thread -- sure
Complete thread -- Can a belly be "exquisitely nontender?" Leave alone?
Complete thread -- MCV- mean corpuscular volume, MCH Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin etc
Complete thread -- Labs - please see msg.
Complete thread -- wrong .wav - can you post again?
Complete thread -- moderate snorer but denies any _____ or witnessed apneas or a choking or gasping
Complete thread -- Nevermind - I think I have it: "bubbles seen crossing..."
Complete thread -- a non-slowed-down wave file would be preferable...
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav
Complete thread -- missed something on my initial read
Complete thread -- Sometimes, it is easier if you don't have to hear them. Just read and figure
Complete thread -- Specially if you're "House", LOL!
Complete thread -- Billybob has dict above under One Look and there is where you'd sm
Complete thread -- Ty
Complete thread -- Stage 4. Always stage 4. Never stage IV
Complete thread -- just having one of those days where I'm thinking too much :)
Complete thread -- Stedman's Dictionary: Insult: An injury, attack, or trauma.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Why wouldn't it be? Very clear.
Complete thread -- Sounds good to me
Complete thread -- Going to have patient follow up for MRI to rule out any glenoid s/l insult.
Complete thread -- question about recognizance in discharge summary
Complete thread -- You're wonderful. I would have never figured this guy out. Thanks.
Complete thread -- My guess, an obstruction series. There is hydroureteronephrosis if you are sure it is not
Complete thread -- Doing the math, that is 5 a day. It seems possible.
Complete thread -- Does to me, about 5 a day?
Complete thread -- Urine culture. s/l obstrucance, s/l flat plates, s/l hydrourenephrosis
Complete thread -- doc stumbled a little, does this sound correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Something for the archives I just came across. ImPACT. It is a concussion s.m.
Complete thread -- ELY test
Complete thread -- I tried, sorry.
Complete thread -- It is gallbladder! He takes a deep breath between gall and bladder. I heard gout.
Complete thread -- Bowel surgery?
Complete thread -- sounds like gallbladder surgery.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- that's what I thought, but thought I was going bonkers (sm)
Complete thread -- yes 38 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word absorbent:
Complete thread -- Thank you both very much.
Complete thread -- and link
Complete thread -- absorbant versus absorbent. Is the ent more acceptable?
Complete thread -- Thank you for that information.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- National Kidney Foundation
Complete thread -- disease, not cancer
Complete thread -- There were diverticula and ______ anastomosis.
Complete thread -- I'm sorry. I only find stage IV (cancer.gov)
Complete thread -- too many times to count. They'll also get you by saying TNTC (:D)
Complete thread -- Absolutely
Complete thread -- She had s/l too numerous to count white blood cells.
Complete thread -- it is in the archives about a billion times, also GOOGLE and check sites
Complete thread -- Cap A in Arabic; pls cite documentation for this exception as think it should be stage IV
Complete thread -- All I could find too, but it sounds soooo much like a D... Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- can only find D5 and D10.
Complete thread -- cremasteric fibers
Complete thread -- s/l either "D12" or "B12"
Complete thread -- Inguinal hernia repair question. s/l cray mesenteric fibers.
Complete thread -- varicella?
Complete thread -- It will be stage 4 kidney disease, which is an exception to the rule...
Complete thread -- Grades are generally written in arabic - stages are generally written in Roman
Complete thread -- do you have more of a sentence with this?
Complete thread -- Stage IV or stage 4 kidney disease.
Complete thread -- "barcelle" IgG positive. TY!
Complete thread -- nvm..moving on. thanks!
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- thanks KB
Complete thread -- sorry, can't pull it out!
Complete thread -- anuric - not making any urine
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- help with posted wav please
Complete thread -- there is defnietly a test called ely, check archives
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- could be almost anything- try a * search on google...
Complete thread -- Anyone ever heard of a work audition for a construction worker?
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- ghosted
Complete thread -- message
Complete thread -- Okay, I take that back. Apparently per archives it is widely used as "epis".
Complete thread -- I think I would have to expand that one out to avoid confusion
Complete thread -- Some other MT must have put "bee hypersensitivity" instead of
Complete thread -- extremely weird! :-)
Complete thread -- no apostrophy... it is plural, not possessive
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- so are we supposed to just throw out words at random or what?
Complete thread -- it's not funny....so it's not a joke. Someone being stupid, maybe..
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- S/L convinced morishly avoided exposure. sm
Complete thread -- is this a joke?
Complete thread -- thu pashent waz taken to thu porgt rom?
Complete thread -- thx, yw, sm pls.
Complete thread -- maybe you're spelling it wrong.....
Complete thread -- yes, it's good.
Complete thread -- 2% ????
Complete thread -- can you give us some context please?
Complete thread -- s/l "thu pashent"?
Complete thread -- sm pls. thx, thx, thx. pls sm. thx.
Complete thread -- please post in full sentence w/ surrounding info for context.. maybe pancrease?
Complete thread -- I cannot locate "pancreatase"?
Complete thread -- hahhh!!!! meant: "refudiate"????
Complete thread -- yes, good.
Complete thread -- yes, good.
Complete thread -- listen for et cetera.
Complete thread -- generally, when there are two vowels together you use a hyphen.
Complete thread -- ouch. You must belong to the retort-of-the-month club, but forgot to
Complete thread -- I wish (almost). Yay, now I can (almost) say what I REALLY think.
Complete thread -- readding or re-adding?
Complete thread -- ovulating maybe
Complete thread -- this just proves that sometimes they do not pay attention to what they are saying.
Complete thread -- Tests scores don't make a person, but if you were smart enough, you'd
Complete thread -- sm pls, thx thx thx thx thx thx txh thx, sm pls
Complete thread -- obviating? intended meaning, pls?
Complete thread -- You may be logical and observant, but you really come off as being pompous and
Complete thread -- condescending (sp)
Complete thread -- Then WHY aren't on your high horse about the INCOMPETENCE of her DOCTORS and
Complete thread -- 1. That you assumed it was offshore. 2. That you made a few mistakes yourself
Complete thread -- My PSAT & SAT scores would apparently trump the "dumber" part of your assertion.
Complete thread -- ugh yourself. what did you disagree with above?
Complete thread -- You seem to be a dumber-than-average American.
Complete thread -- pls sm
Complete thread -- How rude. Seriously?
Complete thread -- Then yes, in my opinion you had it correctly in your original post.
Complete thread -- You seem to be a fairly responsive and maybe even smarter-than-average offshorer.
Complete thread -- Looks great to me. You could put commas around 30 mL, up to U. Don't
Complete thread -- The doc starts by "30 mL of IV ...." I write it that way. ...
Complete thread -- Oh doh. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yasargil clamp, clip, retractor.
Complete thread -- What part are you questioning? Starting a sentence with an abbreviation? The dose?
Complete thread -- azergill scissors? s/message
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- right ventricular outflow tract
Complete thread -- in the right ventricle (something) and brought out....
Complete thread -- I think it's repair suture.
Complete thread -- I just spent 10 minutes listening to this ESL saying "2 periods" Oh man.
Complete thread -- pacing wire was placed in the right s/l "particular apple tracks" and
Complete thread -- a s/l "prepare sis" was placed on the wall of the artery
Complete thread -- would pericolumella fit?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sincerely doubt said "comes in of having." if another ESL (like you?), then maybe.
Complete thread -- even with my strictest verbatim, I'd put it expanded. If you just can't
Complete thread -- how would you write "u preg" as in urine pregnancy test + sm
Complete thread -- contextttttttttttt.. the strip of the material that the seat belt is made of
Complete thread -- no context
Complete thread -- seatbelt stripe or strip?
Complete thread -- S: XXX comes in today for checkup. She has moved to North Carolina but ...
Complete thread -- sounds like xxx used to live "here"
Complete thread -- pls help me
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot billybob & sm
Complete thread -- talkativeness is the root word he wants, maybe hyphenate a hyper prefix.
Complete thread -- yes, its not hyperactivity. I guess doctor means talking lot/excessive ...
Complete thread -- If it is extremely clear I might use it (though I would spell it differently,as above). sm
Complete thread -- The patient comes in of having manic symptoms alternating with depress ...
Complete thread -- I saw this below. What is the context? Is the meaning that the patient
Complete thread -- Yes, I was just coming back to say that. Thanks
Complete thread -- hypertalktivity - is this correct?
Complete thread -- no need for caps on sterile talc
Complete thread -- seeing poudrage in the archives
Complete thread -- SCD (sequential compression device) for thrombosis prophylaxis?
Complete thread -- CVVH, thank you both.
Complete thread -- Sterile Talc was insufflated ________ *s/l pou-drodge*
Complete thread -- Will start Pepcid s/l "svd," then heparin subcutaneous.
Complete thread -- see link where I found continuous veno-venous hemodialysis (CVVHD) or CVVH
Complete thread -- No A in urine (nitrites)
Complete thread -- continuous venvenous hemofiltration (CVVH)and continuous venovenous hemodialysis (CVVHD).
Complete thread -- Thanks ;) ...
Complete thread -- need s/l "CDDH" for acidosis.
Complete thread -- Then a septoplasty was performed through a left septal __ s/l peri-a-m ...
Complete thread -- Merriam-Webster likes goop.
Complete thread -- Eyes
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help!!
Complete thread -- thanks try, really helpful. ...
Complete thread -- urIne = nItrItes. cArdiAc = nitrAtes
Complete thread -- Urinalysis positive for "nitrates or nitrites" - can never remember sm
Complete thread -- hypertalktivity ?
Complete thread -- yes, that would be preferred.
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- endplate (Stedman's Orth)
Complete thread -- end plate.
Complete thread -- s/l end-place hypertrophic changes. Doc is a mumbler.
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- Nystatin is most commonly used for that (comes in a powder too)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- suprainfection
Complete thread -- superinfection /su·per·in·fec·tion/ (-in-fek´shun) a new infection occurring in a patient
Complete thread -- but you can't always go with what the doc dictates because they make mistakes
Complete thread -- I believe that that was a simplistic explanation and was simply trying to giveh
Complete thread -- not in this case because it means superimposed -sm
Complete thread -- superimposed?
Complete thread -- Sorry....can't upload....would be nice though!!! Thanks for trying. Sending on
Complete thread -- see http://www.bartleby.com/68/37/5837.html which says in short that super indicates *a lo
Complete thread -- Luschka...I should have said...Right on!!! U R the BEST!!
Complete thread -- wow...right on!!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- DIC=disseminated intravascular coagulation
Complete thread -- I was gonna guess facet too
Complete thread -- Luschka? facet?
Complete thread -- PMH: s/l "D.I.C." during her previous back operation.
Complete thread -- Onelook Merriam for "supra" prefix says it does mean "super" prefix, but
Complete thread -- Great link - I would agree with you THANKS!!!
Complete thread -- Damn!! I was looking all over for OM8 or LM8
Complete thread -- s/l "due-shenk" joint hypertrophy
Complete thread -- I would think transcondylar..but see Wheeless link to see what you think
Complete thread -- thanks, but no. Called the doc, and it is (ya ready?) 0.018!!! (duh) Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- My - it looks like - sort of made that tough. Take that out, electrolyte imbalance really
Complete thread -- FWIW, the only one in Dorland's is superinfection
Complete thread -- Oh, thanks! All I heard was barrents, was thinking aberrant. I have some guys digging
Complete thread -- Can anyone explain the difference between suprainfection and superinfection. I am
Complete thread -- I do hear balance or balanced.
Complete thread -- 2. Electrolyte imbalance?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- thx all :) dialysate and blood flow is what she meant. I learn something new every day!!
Complete thread -- unfamiliar territory - transchondral or transcondylar
Complete thread -- ??collimate?? based on s/l..I did not read the full post for accuracy
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- me either ...but see link...
Complete thread -- what in the world was it ?
Complete thread -- never heard of that in all my years as an MT. ??? That doesn't even make
Complete thread -- NM - found what I was looking for. I was thinking in terms of medication dosing
Complete thread -- Yes, RAST tests for mite and dander were negative. Thanks
Complete thread -- q.b.?
Complete thread -- ??mite and dander??
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping. Have to flag this one.
Complete thread -- S/L were light in manner negative.????? sm
Complete thread -- arteriosclerotic?
Complete thread -- Placement of Nephrostomy tube. Sounds like OL-I-MATE wire. SM
Complete thread -- Not understanding this... (she's reading a PET/CT report and running stuff together)
Complete thread -- That MUST be it. A new one for me!! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- can we hear it?
Complete thread -- Czech accent if that helps anybody
Complete thread -- pterygium?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- The extremities show no edema or deformity, except "gain-wa-loga" bilaterally.
Complete thread -- secretaries so that would be something not out of the realm of our job.
Complete thread -- Where I work we are considered
Complete thread -- I hate typing out "The patient is a seven-year-old male" too.
Complete thread -- Yes, but just for that one account. I hate it sometimes.
Complete thread -- Amazing how these "accounts" think it is appropriate to do measurements like that??
Complete thread -- I'd say, great! You get paid for it and it's interesting, not just another patient!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Guess it's not so unusual. I've done letters of recommendation for med students
Complete thread -- She goes on to talk about the rows of laser burns applied (with the cautery)
Complete thread -- too much work for me but I feel for you.
Complete thread -- that's the next sentence
Complete thread -- agree with 7's cuz they are counting by 7
Complete thread -- not appropriate for a hospital/facility, but in their office, if part of your duties, it
Complete thread -- mu thought was sentence indicates drainage, which would indicate a cannula (tube)
Complete thread -- So, for example, you have to type three milimeters, etc?
Complete thread -- agree with 7's
Complete thread -- Mine do, when they work. I'm in-house so I get all kinds of notes and letters.
Complete thread -- "for sure" would be per YOUR account, but either 7's or sevens.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I think she's saying "intraocular cautery" though.
Complete thread -- intraoperative cannula maybe?
Complete thread -- Am I the only one on here that's been out of work for hours?
Complete thread -- yes, I've typed thank you notes, letters of recommendation, etc for mine.
Complete thread -- The intraocular "cardia" was introduced into the eye
Complete thread -- Do anyone else's doctors dictate their personal letters for you to transcribe? I just
Complete thread -- single number you add an apostrophe, so serial 7's
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- size, shape, and reactivity
Complete thread -- Sometimes it's so confusing to try to find an answer. Can you tell me for sure if it'
Complete thread -- looks like archives the same
Complete thread -- I was always taught METs. Link inside.
Complete thread -- Now that makes more sense! But, I did put a couple markers in and sent it as I just could
Complete thread -- "His pupils are 3 mm, round and reactive to light." Comma after mm is correct, yes?
Complete thread -- for kids, steroids are dosed by wt (kg) or by surface area. 19 q 6 h isn't very odd.
Complete thread -- JMHO --sm
Complete thread -- that was already in the text posted
Complete thread -- oh - can't believe I could not hear that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- but that is more likely than not what it is. and 19 mg is probably not
Complete thread -- lowercase, it isn't part of the acronym.
Complete thread -- 5 y/o with respiratory distress. Meds include s/l methylprednisol sm
Complete thread -- included, popliteal, and left superficial femoral artery
Complete thread -- the (s) in METs is correct right? or should it also be capped?
Complete thread -- Patient continues to do well without complaint of dyspnea, dizziness, or uncontrolled
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- snuffbox = 1 word
Complete thread -- Stedman's Card/Pulmonary hyphenates small-vessel which I agree
Complete thread -- ooh, that is it!!! thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I find conflicting data. Is it small vessel or small-vessel cerebrovascular disease?
Complete thread -- (that's it, I bet! :-)
Complete thread -- superomedial, which stands for superior-medial
Complete thread -- anatomical snuff box?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes, that's it...thanks.
Complete thread -- something step-off?
Complete thread -- s/l an-tell-step-ox
Complete thread -- (consider "in the region superior to the left medial canthus.")
Complete thread -- the sublingual type?
Complete thread -- after that part. or do you think she is saying hyoscyamine twice?
Complete thread -- hyoscyamine
Complete thread -- word help - is there such a word as supramedial or is it superomedial?
Complete thread -- maybe just checking a PPD (not sure where the H comes from though
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- Anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide (anti-CCP) antibodies have been identified as highly spe
Complete thread -- patient with abdominal spasms....wav posted.
Complete thread -- could "vaso" be "apical" instead?
Complete thread -- Just checked the board again and got your message. Thank you!
Complete thread -- gotta extra H in there. s/b Behcet nm
Complete thread -- s/l vaso bullet may be (a guess) Behchet
Complete thread -- "bullet's" might be "bullous"
Complete thread -- Listen for bullous disease for the last part.
Complete thread -- Pt has rheumatoid arthritis.
Complete thread -- No. :(
Complete thread -- I'm guessing it's about calcium pyrophosphate disease, but that
Complete thread -- Only if he is studdering the "P" :) I definitely hear two P's. nm
Complete thread -- The patient also has evidence of *vaso bullet’s* disease for which
Complete thread -- HPV?
Complete thread -- s/l HPPD negative sm
Complete thread -- I'd take out the comma after "good" and set off "in fact" with commas.
Complete thread -- I think either way is fine, just make sure if it appears elsewhere in the report,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- listen carefully for ball-valve effect.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Mgt.
Complete thread -- I say it would because you could take it out and sentence is still fine but I'm no expert
Complete thread -- He is to cease the hydrocortisone at this time, as it is not doing any good, and
Complete thread -- (I'd change)
Complete thread -- "The pt's abdomen is somewhat taunt." Would you flag or change to taut?
Complete thread -- CUSA = Cavitron ultrasonic aspirator
Complete thread -- surgery=rx of choice 4 accessible BTs...using CUSA, laser knife, or other instrument....
Complete thread -- OOPS!! currently ON a cardiac monitor
Complete thread -- WAG is going to be on a ?
Complete thread -- The patient is currently no a cardiac monitor.
Complete thread -- Found -- Celsite. Damn ESLs.....
Complete thread -- The patient _____ cardiac monitor
Complete thread -- Thanks, I'm leaning that way too. Maybe she burped in the middle of the word!
Complete thread -- Port-a-cath placement using 9-French s/l cellsite, but doc spells "selsile"??
Complete thread -- ooops, forget my spelling and go with that above me.
Complete thread -- brain surgery - s/l Koosa
Complete thread -- wag - Norvasc??
Complete thread -- proteus ??
Complete thread -- protease?
Complete thread -- Maybe Alavert?
Complete thread -- tertiary
Complete thread -- s/l...pro-tea-a...sm
Complete thread -- rheum note. first thought rheumatoid but s/l churchery
Complete thread -- medication help please
Complete thread -- duh, thanks
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- Drug s/l *Salvert*. Pt has multiple comorbidities including...
Complete thread -- Sorry I misled you and was too late catching it.
Complete thread -- pure guess Promogran Prisma Matrix Wound Dressing sm
Complete thread -- Please disregard...I checked further and found they can fine tune the
Complete thread -- Will do. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Then I believe he is misspeaking..see link...tho Wiki is
Complete thread -- Yes, he says it twice. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Of course, why wouldn't they???!!!
Complete thread -- ??Luque wire?? see link...I don't know the proper pronunciation
Complete thread -- retroflexion?
Complete thread -- Luque
Complete thread -- Unsure of this packing material for OP report
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Yes to the decimals....BUT are you sure it is not 180 rather than 108 ?
Complete thread -- visualize the bladder *in rectal reflection*
Complete thread -- total hip arthroplasty
Complete thread -- I don't think this could be it because he is referring to
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l poss us catheter looks like Possis (name of company)
Complete thread -- femoral? lateral meniscus
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- lateral meniscus
Complete thread -- Visual examination question.
Complete thread -- "in the form of lateral [something]"
Complete thread -- Thank you for the suggestion. I couldn't hear that, so I gave him a blank (or 2). :)
Complete thread -- Posterior cervical instrumentation was inserted in the _____
Complete thread -- see link...see to be a legitimate construct
Complete thread -- wonder if it is papaverine
Complete thread -- forgot ...see link
Complete thread -- maybe papaverine
Complete thread -- I think "and Floxin-soaked Gelfoam"
Complete thread -- s/l flaxen and silk Gelfoam
Complete thread -- We instilled some local *pet av aron*
Complete thread -- s/l poss us catheter
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- I have one who says cardiomeglia....
Complete thread -- MD making up words? Pt has lumbalgia. Clear as a bell with the algia on the end.
Complete thread -- Strattera? Spelling.....
Complete thread -- pial collateral?
Complete thread -- ESL student dictating.
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- s/l p.o. collateral or p.u. collateral.
Complete thread -- myxoid degeneration
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- MRI of the knee - dictator tripping over his slur. sm
Complete thread -- There used to be an A&P grocery chain. Don't know if they are still around.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I would use re-drain for clarity.
Complete thread -- anyone
Complete thread -- redrain? not in dict. Use re-drain?
Complete thread -- please tell me which software to record audio ? ...
Complete thread -- Has anyone in TX heard of AMP? sm
Complete thread -- Yes..tx
Complete thread -- Exactly, thanks SO MUCH!
Complete thread -- Found it. An id reaction is an itchy rash with blisters
Complete thread -- Thanks, it sounds pretty clear. Just checking to make sure not something else.
Complete thread -- Can't hear that at all but thanks. s/l id.
Complete thread -- I would listen for 'allergic' first...
Complete thread -- There is a 'Javid clamp.' You can rule this out..
Complete thread -- rash on bottom of foot. could be an s/l i'd reaction or a fungal thing
Complete thread -- carotid endarterectomy, s/l Jada clamp
Complete thread -- 'Rolls' would go along with kinks..though not 100% sure..
Complete thread -- 1st: ______ feed herself. ??
Complete thread -- In case you are there...
Complete thread -- It was also noted that the right tube and ovary had torsed with at least 2 different
Complete thread -- radiocapitellar
Complete thread -- nvm..moving on. thanks!
Complete thread -- there is a distal radioulnar joint... there can be a radiocarpal something or other.
Complete thread -- please I need help with posted wav
Complete thread -- debridement of S/l radiocarpatelar joint - the patient is status post ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- need help with punctuation if any is needed. TY
Complete thread -- you're so right, thanx
Complete thread -- Deconex
Complete thread -- don't think so
Complete thread -- That has to be it! Thanks. Sad thing is she is clearly saying "FDG gravitity" it's not s.m
Complete thread -- alginate (dressings)
Complete thread -- med s/l Dulconex (not Ducolax)
Complete thread -- L-arginine
Complete thread -- you need to get over being jealous of darlene. She gives good informative poststs
Complete thread -- avidity
Complete thread -- not have any CarboFlex available we will double up on the *alganine* and we will
Complete thread -- please see message....PET scan demonstrates FDG "grah-vid-ah-tee"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- no significant wear of the poly
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- help with wav please
Complete thread -- its milk
Complete thread -- STaR sleeve
Complete thread -- ? prochlorperazine
Complete thread -- 1st: star sleeve?
Complete thread -- 3rd: _____ anchor
Complete thread -- ? sleeve, repair...
Complete thread -- my big thanks
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- ball-valve defect.
Complete thread -- Pt s/p cholecystectomy now with CBD stone, elevated liver enzymes sm
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- salve for first one. No epithelial defect or corneal ulcer is apparent.
Complete thread -- and a salve..
Complete thread -- 1st: salve 2nd: corneal ulcer
Complete thread -- one more wav please
Complete thread -- Docusate?
Complete thread -- Dr. spelled med. s/l prophylorperazine 5 mg at home and I guess she is going to try t
Complete thread -- In med list, s/l dustal sodium 250 mg b.i.d.
Complete thread -- ty AP
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Harada's type response..
Complete thread -- never ever use the - to type bacterial names. never!!!
Complete thread -- No wonder I couldn't find it. Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- IgG lambda monoclonal protein
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- I do it without a period as my company goes by AAMT-BOS2 and AMA (sm)
Complete thread -- IGT s/l landomolical protein, his M-protein level was 1.02 grams
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- --
Complete thread -- actually should be C difficile (without dash)
Complete thread -- C-difficile?
Complete thread -- group G s/l "CDC" bacteremia
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the help guys. Will try to listen and see, if not blank. Thanks.
Complete thread -- great minds...
Complete thread -- OMG!!!! I got it at precisely the same time!!! I was just coming back to say!!!!!!
Complete thread -- OMG!!! white to yellow?????
Complete thread -- that's a great guess, but that's definitely not what she's saying. Thanks, tho!!
Complete thread -- WAG purulent?
Complete thread -- See link for adult dose for congestive heart failure at link below
Complete thread -- hearing: "100 mL of white **TLO** liquid drainage in the cannister"
Complete thread -- It is probably a hydrochlorothiazide combo, but would not guess on the first med
Complete thread -- metoprolol 12.5 fits for CHF
Complete thread -- Probably a combination of 2 meds. Sorry. Wish I could help more
Complete thread -- s/l med-cloro
Complete thread -- Hydroxyurea/uracil but this is used in cancer treatment?
Complete thread -- Thanx, I had googled, just was not too sure how to write it - palp, or ...
Complete thread -- Yes it is correct. Lots in archives. Just means they don't hear the differentiation, but
Complete thread -- yes, palpable.
Complete thread -- Blood pressure 124/palp. Is this correct - a new one for me! ...
Complete thread -- Like the name Phil? Phil's Golf Clubs?
Complete thread -- Medications: Hydrouracil, is there a drug by this name.
Complete thread -- 'voltage' would be correct...
Complete thread -- exiting nerve root compression
Complete thread -- Left L5-S1 foraminal stenosis was reported with s/l exudate nerve roo ...
Complete thread -- ECG shows sinus rhythm with some prominent left ventricular
Complete thread -- you mean "wow, wow, wow. wow" didn't give it away?
Complete thread -- Dear patient, please don't die. She really, really didn't know any better.
Complete thread -- Okay. All we need now is darlene to post a link with googly-grap
Complete thread -- Oh, was the OP looking for the spelling?
Complete thread -- Called Dexilant now..
Complete thread -- Kapidex
Complete thread -- the patient was put on capradex 600 mg for reflux, then doctor says
Complete thread -- google curved Peyronie. check images while you're at it, hah (NSFW, though).
Complete thread -- Saunders Pharmaceutical Word Book shows it as TobraDex
Complete thread -- Yes, I heard what you had in your post.
Complete thread -- I don't get it....
Complete thread -- i was more questioning the word ophthalmic, did he say taht or something else
Complete thread -- sounds like Tobradex to me
Complete thread -- He works s/l fills golf clubs and enjoys working there.
Complete thread -- He works for Chevron for s/l manucentel. He developed heart attack.
Complete thread -- ooh. curved Peyronie. I get it now!!! wow, new uses for everything nowadays.
Complete thread -- no. no, it's not the answer.
Complete thread -- omigosh. did you look up the meaning of Peyronie? (Peyronie's disease, i.e.)
Complete thread -- Anyways the answer is "Peyronie" I found it in the sample repo ...
Complete thread -- I give him the benefit of the doubt. Maybe he took all his
Complete thread -- the patient is to apply tobradex opthalmic solution
Complete thread -- Was it dictated as one 6 times a day? That might make more sense.
Complete thread -- Reminds me of posting on the Word Board without checking Google, Archives, etc., first.
Complete thread -- Incidence trends for human papillomavirus-related (HPV-R) and unrelated (HPV-U)
Complete thread -- problem list: positive for hPVR. am i hearing right?
Complete thread -- not if you don't have any money. ER is free, doncha know?
Complete thread -- maybe he wanted reassurance it wasn't a tumor causing said headache
Complete thread -- I don't know about the OP, but I did and I don't see where you are being
Complete thread -- patient says his migraine usually goes away with a dose of ibuprofen, but since he
Complete thread -- Would flag that; did you google the drug for dosage?
Complete thread -- I mean frequency - is this correct?
Complete thread -- Recommended Pred Forte "16 times a day". Is this dosing correct?
Complete thread -- did you google curved Kerrison rongeurs?
Complete thread -- I don't know. The next patient was 84yo and didn't get a "spunky", lol.
Complete thread -- Surgical equipment
Complete thread -- okay. I think you are right. HbA1c. However, later he says he wants to check it daily.
Complete thread -- hmmm. will listen again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- HbA1c ? for hemoglobin A1c?
Complete thread -- ;)
Complete thread -- my mom is 86 and her doctor says she is spunky. wonder if that is their word for elderly
Complete thread -- omygosh!! ironic, yes! scary, yes!
Complete thread -- New dictator, still not used to his voice. sounds like he said:
Complete thread -- No! Doctor was being very serious. Maybe deadpan. It was weird.
Complete thread -- ironic much?
Complete thread -- My smile for the night: "The patient is a very pleasant, spunky 85-year-old."
Complete thread -- that's questionable. :)
Complete thread -- That's grin material! I really hope the doc realized he was being funny.
Complete thread -- my laugh for the day
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You need the noun
Complete thread -- oops, sorry, posted twice
Complete thread -- Followup/Follow up?
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Complete thread -- piriformis syndrome
Complete thread -- I would use Followup. ...
Complete thread -- Orthopedic help
Complete thread -- Followup/Follow up?
Complete thread -- wound
Complete thread -- metoprolol
Complete thread -- TNX!
Complete thread -- yes, because speed is way more important than quality.
Complete thread -- nurs
Complete thread -- Copied from a nurse'
Complete thread -- Tripple????
Complete thread -- It Googles.
Complete thread -- s\l sealant? cream to dry skin on buttock
Complete thread -- sleepiness?
Complete thread -- sorry hit the keyboard without owning post sm
Complete thread -- lemme say clearer. Urine can be dipstick, then under microscope, then culture.
Complete thread -- urine culture. Had a urinalysis 1st, then progressed to a culture of the urine on same sm
Complete thread -- ahh, thanks
Complete thread -- I think it is flow. Then he stumbles?
Complete thread -- It's definitely flow something.. I'll play with that a little. Thank you.
Complete thread -- can't clearly hear it, but I'm wondering about flow cytometry?
Complete thread -- WAV posted. ??? along with morphology should help differentiate diagnosis
Complete thread -- capital C A B G
Complete thread -- and two surgeries for CABG, _____ and has multiple stents
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Finger fracture: *45 K-wires were placed" should it be 0.045?
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- don't see the procedure, but try C-arm?
Complete thread -- s/l see-om guidance. Plan: MRI to be done in the operating room under IV sedation
Complete thread -- S1, S2 (heart sounds) as opposed to the - which is normally seen in disk spaces!!!
Complete thread -- S1 and S2 are two different things.
Complete thread -- S1 and S2 are two different things. S1-S2 is the space or disc between them.
Complete thread -- at the ER in Miami?
Complete thread -- My account says if you want the speed, you do not have to change it. I still do.
Complete thread -- doc states S1 and S2 are normal and the speech recog system put S1-S2. should i keep
Complete thread -- pick-up?
Complete thread -- He ambulates with a "stick-up" sit-down walker.
Complete thread -- Why would it be a misprint?
Complete thread -- Sorry, I should not do this, sort of taking off with OPs post. Sorry
Complete thread -- Oxford Ohio, is this a misprint?
Complete thread -- OU plays Miami, patient probably a football watcher. :)
Complete thread -- I did not know there was a Miami University in Ohio!
Complete thread -- OU or Miami.
Complete thread -- he thought he was at s/l "oh year" Miami.
Complete thread -- lol, I know, I JUST NOW heard it. Blush. TX.
Complete thread -- tibialis anterior and tibialis posterior
Complete thread -- s/l "tibby os" anterior and "tibby os" posterior
Complete thread -- NM, it's patellar wedge. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Procedure s/l "patellar wedge" or almost like "a talar wedge"
Complete thread -- (abbreviation for Kaposi sarcoma)
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- KS
Complete thread -- Phentermine Hydrochloride Capsules USP, 37.5 mg?
Complete thread -- s/l "kay-es" lesion
Complete thread -- i am sorry. i should have told you that I already did that but thanks!
Complete thread -- EEG. Normal activities of s/l "suffleness" were seen.
Complete thread -- patient had intermittent tremor of her arms but no s/l "jee colics" were noted.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I will give it a try.
Complete thread -- propranolol? Go to drugs.com and do a fuzzy search on *olol.
Complete thread -- Google HCL 37.5 mg. It will give you about 4 names that fit.
Complete thread -- Patient takes hydrochlorothiazide, lisinopril, baby aspirin, and s/l "protromalol".
Complete thread -- thank you for helping me JMO.
Complete thread -- pls help with medication.
Complete thread -- I agree. TY!
Complete thread -- That was my thought. I've just never heard it before. TY!
Complete thread -- Maybe so since building a cabinet will give a very fine dust.
Complete thread -- Thought I was hearing something about inflammatory. Just not the whole thing. Thanks
Complete thread -- I wouldn't, but my doctors like "simple."
Complete thread -- I see polarizable droplets, material, etc. Maybe dust?
Complete thread -- would you use the commas as i have with the word today? thanks ever so much for your
Complete thread -- inflame of bronchitis?
Complete thread -- Next sentence - The patient does have a history of exposure to various steps in cabinetry
Complete thread -- microdust?
Complete thread -- I want to correct this if I am wrong. My doctor says "UA culture is negative."
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I'll listen again, but I don't think that's it. Thanks for trying:)
Complete thread -- s/l temporal CABG
Complete thread -- MCV ELISA?
Complete thread -- lab help. Doc spells. S/L “m-c-v-e-y-i-s-e". Pt w/pos rheumatoid factor
Complete thread -- deep brain stimulation (DBS) at the age of 11 .... Channel 1: Case positive. Electrodes 0
Complete thread -- ?timolol (generic) for glaucoma
Complete thread -- sorry I couldn't be more helpful. Good luck!
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. I wouldn't feel comfortable with that because...
Complete thread -- Alocril?
Complete thread -- med that sounds vaguely like AT-uh-mill ??
Complete thread -- so what is the procedure neuro or cardiac, no mention
Complete thread -- consistent, not consisting
Complete thread -- case positive - see message
Complete thread -- this does not prove or disprove anything - just a fuzzy search on Google.
Complete thread -- triad?
Complete thread -- not sure what it would be, but K's makes no sense at all to me.
Complete thread -- trial?
Complete thread -- Thanks guys, but it is anosmia. Boy what being 1 letter off will do! ...
Complete thread -- erythrocytosis
Complete thread -- anosmia?
Complete thread -- Insomnia? ...
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- got one, schistocytes
Complete thread -- well, I guess that should just be "nausea," no "and" in there.. lol
Complete thread -- Same pt with gait disturbance sm again please
Complete thread -- and nausea?
Complete thread -- She also has a history of Type 2 diabetes. She has high cholesterol. ...
Complete thread -- labs for inflammatory arthritis.
Complete thread -- That is it!! LOL! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Pt with gait disturbance and macrocephaly. sm
Complete thread -- swabbed?
Complete thread -- This was a cecal neoplasm removal and he was talking of the
Complete thread -- OP report: The staple line was then "sawed" or "sod" with Betadine solution.
Complete thread -- transependymal?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- YW. Happens to the best of us.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I should have known that.
Complete thread -- transsphenoidal?
Complete thread -- ethanol nm
Complete thread -- the word "Eponal" in this sentence
Complete thread -- Pt with balance disturbance. sm
Complete thread -- Gotta be it. Thank you acdaca.
Complete thread -- embolization?
Complete thread -- this relates to her previous s/l immbulization procedure. She had active brown discha
Complete thread -- grossly in alignment?
Complete thread -- with 2-0 Vicryl suture on the posterior *plus elastic tab* sutured
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- glad you got it
Complete thread -- Yes, I just heard fleeting. He repeated in Axis diagnosis. Thanks
Complete thread -- First arch bars were adapted...
Complete thread -- WAG fleeting or intermittent?
Complete thread -- metatarsal head was noted to be grossly *in the light* and healthy
Complete thread -- "smitting" suicidal ideations present
Complete thread -- maxilla and mandible. _____ were adapted and then
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- been searching all walking events and didn't see this one
Complete thread -- Hood to Coast
Complete thread -- WAG tip-sparing sutures?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Nucynta
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Complete thread -- open rhinoplasty
Complete thread -- Med s/l new sinta 50 mg sm
Complete thread -- i tihink this is a regional event in the Portland,OR area. anyone familiar with it
Complete thread -- moved on
Complete thread -- WAG follow-up procedure?
Complete thread -- sure, why
Complete thread -- plan for *a four lou* procedure within 24 hours.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- any malignant process?
Complete thread -- to any malignant process.
Complete thread -- Pls listen to WAV
Complete thread -- and her accident rather than to any _____ new process
Complete thread -- The patient reports that in the past she had "some affet period" (period is punctuati
Complete thread -- s/l area of ligature
Complete thread -- Oh how stupid can I feel? LOL. Thank you, that's it.
Complete thread -- There is just tenderness...
Complete thread -- There is s/l tast tenderness over the mastoid region.
Complete thread -- s/l bilical hepatic.
Complete thread -- Knee arthroplasty. s/l zern boot? but slurred so not positive
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could also be 4 pound cans
Complete thread -- oy...I wouldn't have been able to come up with what you did..but I do have an sm
Complete thread -- she has a history of four-pound cans
Complete thread -- thanks will flag
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- moving on thanks
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- thank you rSR it is then
Complete thread -- many thanks to you
Complete thread -- on the order of (not in). It's fine. It means approximately.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- Does order make sense here? I'm pretty sure he's saying that but I don't get how it
Complete thread -- rSR' suggested by archives.
Complete thread -- Glad I came back. Thank you both!!!!
Complete thread -- Cholestyramine or something close?
Complete thread -- cholestyramine
Complete thread -- Giving up.
Complete thread -- someone correct me if I'm wrong but I've always done rSR-prime
Complete thread -- Now s/l coli-sty-ver-in
Complete thread -- can you document either?
Complete thread -- What is your excuse for the crap you give OPs? i.e. auguste?
Complete thread -- will relisten for this, thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I find more on RSR
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- months of doxy along with s/l colistivorin to cleanse his body.
Complete thread -- Newborn PE: Mom had prenatal care. She is MRSA neg, sm
Complete thread -- I saw both ways on the internet. RSR prime or rsr prime? thanks
Complete thread -- to continue the anticoagulant.,.....
Complete thread -- Cells.
Complete thread -- The last one: 'No abnormal rigidity noted.'
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- need help with mp3 posted
Complete thread -- could this be chemical anticoagulation?
Complete thread -- umm.. prep, may be referring to SmartPReP® 2 Platelet Concentrate System
Complete thread -- Chronic atrial fibrillation - unable to s/l cantiko anticoagulate due
Complete thread -- I need ____ , whereas, in front of her, she is supposed to be finishing....
Complete thread -- Patient has follicular lymphoma stage 4ae or IV ae. sm
Complete thread -- #1 s. is little John John that's all I could get. Others may get it though
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- S3 antibody click link
Complete thread -- glad to share my rheumatology list, may find something at bottoml
Complete thread -- AGREE
Complete thread -- labs for rheum
Complete thread -- One cannot rule out a component of blood loss...
Complete thread -- I did. He just said it funny, I guess and wanted another opinion.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think you may be able to get IT if you slow way down. I could not
Complete thread -- weeping sores sm.
Complete thread -- I found this. Saline pillow makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- there are hits for saline pillow used in polyp removal - try google
Complete thread -- Since sores are mentioned, then weeping could make sense.
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- s/l pillow saline
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- proponent of blood loss with _____ and hemorrhoidal bleeding
Complete thread -- Yes, I had this exact situation the other day. It is tease.
Complete thread -- There is a shortage of Leucovorin right now.
Complete thread -- leucovorin
Complete thread -- national unavailability of *leukopron* at the present time
Complete thread -- s/l tease?
Complete thread -- Thank you, I hear it now.
Complete thread -- l c i e l o that is awesome... thanks from me too!
Complete thread -- oh now you are just awesome.
Complete thread -- wet lap as in possibly a wet lap pad or sponge?
Complete thread -- LET
Complete thread -- wet? web? lab?
Complete thread -- would like to rule out if it is 'fluoxetine'....
Complete thread -- s/l ? celexatine ?
Complete thread -- 'cholesterol breakdown and lipid profile' would be more apt..
Complete thread -- cholesterol and breakdown lipid profile are normal... does this make sense
Complete thread -- Jarring..
Complete thread -- Clinical impression: Acute bronchitis.
Complete thread -- patient has knee abscess, she has had no fever, no s/l jawing in that knee
Complete thread -- i just checked and i hear it -thanks
Complete thread -- I dont think your wav is there...
Complete thread -- Sorry, ECCHYMOSIS ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Didn't think anyone would be up at this hour.
Complete thread -- Note spelling of eccymosis ! ...
Complete thread -- integumentary?
Complete thread -- S/L integebery. sm
Complete thread -- Valsalva
Complete thread -- diagnosis ____ bronchitis
Complete thread -- The patient was placed on the procedure room table in the supine posit ...
Complete thread -- BMP (basic metabolic profile) or CMP (comprehensive metabolic panel) maybe?
Complete thread -- It doesn't matter where they are from, until we/they actually
Complete thread -- s/l zmp blood sugar reveals blood sugar 150
Complete thread -- You're dead wrong on hyphenating well-perfused in this instance.
Complete thread -- polydypsia and then i think hair loss
Complete thread -- __ admits to weight loss of 11 pounds ____, ____.
Complete thread -- The original poster is most likely off-shores.
Complete thread -- Comma after angiogram, and comma after dissection. Sp of echymosis sm
Complete thread -- subtle aneurysm?
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- Noninvasive studies demonstrated a high-risk stenosis of his SFA just ...
Complete thread -- I hate eye stuff..just hate it. but I did find some very nice word sites.
Complete thread -- The OP needs to find the correct words before worrying about grammar.
Complete thread -- There are, not is, bilateral cataracts (bilateral means two, so needs an s on the end)
Complete thread -- LOL. I was hearing "curly xsomethingx of NVI" but couldn't find
Complete thread -- The sound is gone from the wav? There are, not is, a few early --whatever!
Complete thread -- slurring autograft (or allograft) maybe? Doubt "august".
Complete thread -- Oh my, I think I found it..autologus
Complete thread -- I swear I'm hearing curly NVI the pupillary margin Anyone else?
Complete thread -- Or maybe "There doesn't appear to be any NVD or NVE."
Complete thread -- There does appear to be NVD and NVE.
Complete thread -- No lacy NVI is noted.
Complete thread -- Margaret could confirm this but when I worked in L&D, scoring was done sm
Complete thread -- posted wav, please help
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Here's what I found on auguste: a type of circus clown who usually wears battered ordinary
Complete thread -- think the word here tho' is auguste (final -e makes it a different word totally
Complete thread -- did you check One Look for dictionary meaning?
Complete thread -- *s/l August* The following is a review to determine medical necessity for bilateral
Complete thread -- yes, I guess that's how I'd format it SM
Complete thread -- neonate born prematurely and on TPN
Complete thread -- concha status benign-appearing (look up concha bullosa in Dorland's)
Complete thread -- CONTEXT as per rules of board would help like diagnoses, etc
Complete thread -- Apgar scores are usually shown as at 9 and then at 1; was this a stillborn child?
Complete thread -- so now you're saying there WAS other information given?
Complete thread -- dictated as "0, 0, 0, and 1" how to format this? pls help.
Complete thread -- Speaker says "check urine * (s/l autam)" ...
Complete thread -- :) was just an annual exam, but that was listed in PMH. she said it like all 1 word. oy.
Complete thread -- good thing...with that 1-line report you have.
Complete thread -- nm - found it finally. Birt-Hogg-Dube
Complete thread -- s/l 'burt hog do bay' syndrome... no other information given
Complete thread -- Objective: Middle ear well-aerated*s/lconchal status*benign appearing.Nasal examopen
Complete thread -- Thanks! :-)
Complete thread -- Tridil (drugs.com, start with t-r-i-d..., top right box)
Complete thread -- patent main portal vein and splenic vein. ?
Complete thread -- Digestive disease doc - .wav sent - CT read into note
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Diagnoses of CAD, COPD, anemia, GERD. Plan: I am going to put her on some s/l
Complete thread -- Helper is right, now I CAN hear it - surface
Complete thread -- Only if you hear one. Otherwise a comma works.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- surface
Complete thread -- I hear (not real positive) valve orifice or circumference, not sure sm
Complete thread -- Underlying severe aortic stenosis with a valve (___) area of 0.64
Complete thread -- yes. TY
Complete thread -- vis-a-vis?
Complete thread -- (94 yr old)... and she seems to certainly be reasonable s/l bees-a-bee balance, etc.
Complete thread -- could process be biopsies?
Complete thread -- nm was viewing portals.
Complete thread -- --
Complete thread -- nodes. He is referred to Hematology for s/l bilateral process?
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- no, don't think you were--obviously wrong. I don't think so. sm
Complete thread -- hemispheric fissure
Complete thread -- s/l pisher!
Complete thread -- I don't understand what you mean about a word there - do you hear a word?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- estradiol isn't capped, progesterone
Complete thread -- progesterone
Complete thread -- estradiol, progesterone and testosterone are common or medroxyprogesterone
Complete thread -- this is all the dictation consisted of on this patient... sm plz
Complete thread -- maybe "time, force (strength/strong affect), and joint distribution"?
Complete thread -- RA note s/l time force?
Complete thread -- aortic root?
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- All I can think of for that is graft. Obviously wrong. sorry
Complete thread -- Thank you !
Complete thread -- OMG! Is that OCD?
Complete thread -- aortic valve replacement, ascending aorta graft with s/l "rooth" placement
Complete thread -- Guess of Lodine, but believe you really need to flag since it is an allergy.
Complete thread -- thanks to all for your help...greatly appreciated
Complete thread -- No, it isn't anxiety, but thanks.
Complete thread -- a-lil is "allele," meaning one allele of one type, and one allele of another type, hetero-
Complete thread -- anxiety?
Complete thread -- , sulfa and "klo-dine". Def. not clonidine, as the "klo" is pretty clear.
Complete thread -- Alpha 1-antitrypsin deficiency-related alleles Z and S
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- history of panic attacks, PTSD or s/l "all-city" symptoms.
Complete thread -- Allergic to penicillin
Complete thread -- Allergic to penicillin
Complete thread -- s/l...C possessed one z-a-lil and one s-a-lil...sm
Complete thread -- (believe doc is referring to femoral head epiphyses; pt no longer at risk for SCFE.
Complete thread -- ???his epiphyses had fused in his pelvis??? (indicating pt's level of bony maturation)
Complete thread -- obliteration?
Complete thread -- insufflation, probably just a typo to here.
Complete thread -- PacifiC® and UltraSil™ ...
Complete thread -- My thought too. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- yep, that's what he says, but the IVC is not where it can run 'up', to toes, that's
Complete thread -- Ultrasil? I didn't verify this other than a quick google
Complete thread -- up to both toes.
Complete thread -- An *Ultra cell* collar button tube type tympanostomy tubes were placed.
Complete thread -- s/l? abilirationa s/m
Complete thread -- maybe. WAV file. It is pretty clear.
Complete thread -- I wonder if he really meant down...not up...
Complete thread -- Yep, that's what I meant by MPI. I love this board! ;o) nm
Complete thread -- It sounds like - both toes - not even positive on both. He is ESL.
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Complete thread -- Young patient with pelvis and hip pain after fall. Plain x-ray showed s/l pomicis
Complete thread -- subfalcine...that's it...thank you!
Complete thread -- self-limiting? subfalcine?
Complete thread -- TY all for your help :)
Complete thread -- (I intended this one to go beneath nm's post just below)
Complete thread -- If you definitely hear "in my," then "clinic," "office," could be correct, and it
Complete thread -- (yes, thank you! I messed up, put 2nd word's definition w/ 1st word instead. Sorry.
Complete thread -- thanks so much, nm!
Complete thread -- CT revealed a "s/l self-faxating" subdural hemorrhage.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- incident = a separate and individual occurance [The incident happened yesterday afternoon.
Complete thread -- (why, thank ye kindly! :-)
Complete thread -- she is aware to present s/l in my ??? if this occurs. (But Doc is in hematology clinic)
Complete thread -- that was one of the guesses............
Complete thread -- this is the correct answer.
Complete thread -- I believe it's Medical Phrase Index
Complete thread -- nice call there. TY
Complete thread -- you should spell it "incidence" (events) rather than "incidents" b/c verb is = singular.
Complete thread -- euvolemic?
Complete thread -- blah, blah, blah
Complete thread -- pretty sure I hear the word "medical" in there? and maybe "ultrasound" too?
Complete thread -- use the * before vasculitis - *vasculitis
Complete thread -- (please forgive "simpleton's" question: What is MPI?
Complete thread -- next sentence might help?: There is no role for prophylactic anticoagulation however.
Complete thread -- typo: that would be a space between it. nm
Complete thread -- (Margaret wants to learn) Once in OneLook's "vasculitis," how does one get to livido from?
Complete thread -- Thank you, went there & looked it up that way & it's there as livedo. sm
Complete thread -- Just checked my MPI, it has livedoreticularis, I'll research the spelling some more. sm
Complete thread -- to present if other symptoms occur ???
Complete thread -- hmm...(haven't heard, but I see your reasoning. I have no independent idea.)
Complete thread -- Thanks! I was using levito* & combinations of vasculitis in OneLook/Google but not
Complete thread -- she is aware to present (come in) if .......symptoms if this occurs.
Complete thread -- OMG it just came to me. Bone spur formation. Go figure. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- No I can't document spur formation. I am going with long spur and wil ...
Complete thread -- s/l muso lemic may be mycolytic - justing guessing
Complete thread -- wav posted. .... and she is aware to present ??? if this occurs.
Complete thread -- Pt with pulmonary hypertension. sm
Complete thread -- (livido reticularis, livido vasculopathy, livido vasculitis)
Complete thread -- try *vasculitis on onelook?
Complete thread -- livido
Complete thread -- Pt. w/severe venous disease, he has s/l lah-veet-o vasculitis presumably. nm
Complete thread -- ??ceiling?? supine on bed, head hung over the edge, looking up at ceiling? duh, SALINE
Complete thread -- s/l ?sealing irrigation?
Complete thread -- (I like darlene's suggestion better than my own! :-)
Complete thread -- can you docu spur formation cervical vertebrae? I believe "long" is garden-variety adjecti
Complete thread -- s/l long may be bone spur?
Complete thread -- S/L long spur formation. Is that correct? sm
Complete thread -- yes, I guess so. Nice. Not for the patient :) Thx
Complete thread -- doll's eye?
Complete thread -- esl stroke patient maybe, "dollfram" movements
Complete thread -- Thank you for the info. jgb
Complete thread -- oh, so FINE, SO fine, nm!!! :-)
Complete thread -- no. N:C ratio, if high, correlates with aggressiveness of the malignancy.
Complete thread -- "show re frug"=shoulder shrug
Complete thread -- "shrug" is prob your "refrug" s/l. Elevation of the shoulder by the trapezius, "shrugging"
Complete thread -- Ratio, yes...you're a genius! :)
Complete thread -- S/L refrug sm
Complete thread -- "ratio" = your "asia" (meaning n:c ratio, n over c in math, any hyphen?
Complete thread -- Per report, the differential diagnosis was multifocal intrahepatic
Complete thread -- gram-positive
Complete thread -- perhaps "spurious bacteremia," meaning germs grew, but they weren't from the pt's blood
Complete thread -- DX: s/l surgal bactere