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Complete thread -- inferolateral (below and to the side - inferior and lateral)
Complete thread -- Poster is testing. Look through their posts. Asked some of these questions 10 days ago
Complete thread -- phthisis?
Complete thread -- I first tried looking for something like a "neo port", lol.
Complete thread -- PERT/PIRRT
Complete thread -- Uh oh, looks like a standard test and more than 1 person is having trouble.
Complete thread -- Found PIRRT relating to renal issues, but I don't think it quite fits
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh! That was just a blob when I listened! There are words in there. Who knew?
Complete thread -- Married and lives at home with her husband?
Complete thread -- There is a component of orbital fat atrophy and perhaps early s/l thiasis
Complete thread -- s/l pert
Complete thread -- in the END, you may make more, with slightly less, meaning, some sm
Complete thread -- I should have added that part. It was your blank I had no clue on!
Complete thread -- ____...FAMILY HISTORY: Negative for coronary artery disease.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- sorry, it s/l JVD but it could be JVP ...
Complete thread -- More appropriate, IMO, to say JVP was flat. was "JVD" dictated or
Complete thread -- PA and lateral film?
Complete thread -- Is this your post on June 3?sm Same post.
Complete thread -- yes, or maybe a pacemaker
Complete thread -- Oh duh, I was thinking of a heading, lol. EKG sounds right.
Complete thread -- HNT for which blank?? if first, then maybe EKG?
Complete thread -- pacer
Complete thread -- and the second ( ) pithrer ?? idk if that helps ...
Complete thread -- Wow, no idea then. I usually hear CVS or Cor or one of the above.
Complete thread -- There were ketones? Is this your first day at this stuff?
Complete thread -- it s/l HNT ...
Complete thread -- Vital signs? SPO2? Oxygen saturation? Pulse ox? Help us help
Complete thread -- there was (s/l el qutones ) and proteins and 2-5 white cells. ...
Complete thread -- You really need to give a s/l as this ( ) doesn't help at all, too many
Complete thread -- ( ___ ) revealed a normal sinus rhythm at 115 with a ( ) in place at ...
Complete thread -- HEENT examination revealed dry mucosa membrane. ( ) Jugular venous dis ...
Complete thread -- ( ) are unknowns
Complete thread -- the ( ) are what it s/l,
Complete thread -- He does say to follow up with his urologist so that might be it after all
Complete thread -- I tried to hear but it's more like "es ten nee uh." Bad esl so who knows? lol
Complete thread -- He might mean "vardenafil" op
Complete thread -- Now states, "I have asked him to stop his wordannaphed"
Complete thread -- med sounds like "warden fid"
Complete thread -- I'm not sure why azotemia comes to mind but it does.
Complete thread -- thanks poi!
Complete thread -- no, not misspeaking, needs special kind of tube when using laser
Complete thread -- He was admitted with s/l "estainia" and he was found to have sepsis
Complete thread -- do you think dr. is misspeaking when he says "the laser" plse sm
Complete thread -- and he will call me for results?
Complete thread -- No, it's not tuft. I guess it must be tip. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I have sent him for a PET/CT scan for further evaluation and there wil ...
Complete thread -- I would make it either tip or could it be tuft?
Complete thread -- Watch out for very short reports that take too much time to set up sm
Complete thread -- biphasic CT scan
Complete thread -- He also noted a dry gangrene s/l "tipped" on the left first toe
Complete thread -- Used to years ago, but no more, and if they know U can do them, sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was wondering because I've been doing an ESL account for a while and never got
Complete thread -- Can you explain the difference?
Complete thread -- thank you - I think I'm losing my mind!
Complete thread -- alleviate.
Complete thread -- no, but you might get paid more for an account with a lot of ESL.
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- PA just dictated that the patient is slouching in her chair in
Complete thread -- I certainly don't and account is 75% ESL.
Complete thread -- Do you get paid more for ESL?
Complete thread -- NM....he clearly says "a" but think maybe he means "an" S2
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l NS2 Tarlov cyst on MRI lumbar spine TIA!!!
Complete thread -- flaggin
Complete thread -- WAG = Hoveround ???
Complete thread -- History significant for ?????
Complete thread -- tract
Complete thread -- not sure if it's tracts or tracks
Complete thread -- s/l ** hamerville ** power wheelchair?
Complete thread -- louder?
Complete thread -- for chest pressure. _____ for atrial fibrillation, pacemaker placement
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- “I think they are kicking me out of my *spa* housing.”
Complete thread -- hypothyroidism, dyspnea, ______ polycystic kidney disease, hypotension who
Complete thread -- I hear "in the" now. Although I can't hear "bases" I bet that's it. He's a new ESL.
Complete thread -- in the bases, CT scan??
Complete thread -- I agree. I think I had better send to QA though just to cover my butt
Complete thread -- confabulation is more "making things up."
Complete thread -- ground-glass appearance s/l "in da phasix" CT scan.
Complete thread -- Neurology consult for 76 y/o PT with imbalance issues. sm
Complete thread -- moving on, thanks!
Complete thread -- could it be "noted" ??
Complete thread -- Possibly. I'll relisten. thanks.
Complete thread -- reposted, should be there now.
Complete thread -- This is an Asian dictator. Sounds so weird. She definately said loud in there. TY
Complete thread -- founded? my 2-year-old says that sometimes...
Complete thread -- old wav is still there.
Complete thread -- s/l louded but that sounds off. r/o for context...
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- sclerosis ? ...
Complete thread -- 1st : Critical view was seen. The cystic artery was clipped.
Complete thread -- Endo Shears for second and third...
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Radiology with ESL. s/l crepitosis sm
Complete thread -- sure, heard this often.... knuckle of bowel sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- a knuckle of (bowel...) viable bowel was noted
Complete thread -- (Hmm, googled knuckle of bowel and got hits!)
Complete thread -- *a knuckle* of bowel, viable bowel was noted... What I hear but don't know if makes sense!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- takedown of the dressing _____ was noted.
Complete thread -- thanks... i hear the next... shallow inspiration, no acute infiltrates
Complete thread -- ahh good, glad you got it. Slowing down dictation to a crawl does work frequently. sm
Complete thread -- magnesium 2
Complete thread -- LFTs normal. _____ 2. TSH 0.46, white count 7.3... shows right _____ infiltra
Complete thread -- My apologies. I played it super slow and it's Watson syndrome.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Sorry. r/o for context
Complete thread -- I'm hearing the word "tone"
Complete thread -- Good tone. "next line"
Complete thread -- OP really need to post "something"to go on if you want help. Not being mean, but goodness
Complete thread -- hmm. dictator could have chosen better, but prob. his 'term' I would go with it.
Complete thread -- What?
Complete thread -- No pitting edema. Rectal: In the ER guaiac positive ____.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- a hint for next time. When you google, you scan the articles not yet opened. sm
Complete thread -- 2nd: _________ repair. 1st: denies __________, works at JP
Complete thread -- Why not?
Complete thread -- Confused about the word "severally" in the sentence. Opinions? s/m
Complete thread -- s/l laht-zin syndrome???
Complete thread -- 2?s
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I personally wound after similar
Complete thread -- s/l "back up" ???????????
Complete thread -- The disease was involving the chest and ______. She does have
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- comma help please.
Complete thread -- thanks. Will check that out. My spelling was so off :)
Complete thread -- possibly hyoscyamine
Complete thread -- oops... "disbalance"
Complete thread -- 1st - "very high white count" 2nd - "dysbalance"
Complete thread -- drug that s/l **high oh synan** sm please
Complete thread -- blown diarrhea, ____ white count, abdominal tenderness and electrolytes _____.
Complete thread -- It's correct with the commas.
Complete thread -- S/L "R3D3" one tablet twice a day.
Complete thread -- Med list. Patient w/Parkinson's. S/L "R3D3
Complete thread -- Med list. Patient w/Parkinson's. S/L "R3D3
Complete thread -- comma check. Wondering if I should just delete all of them? sm please
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- disease was involving the chest and *peri cut*. She does have cardiomyopathy
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- Stedman's Equipment shows Schanz.
Complete thread -- try the archives (top left). I remember there being a lot of controversy about this,
Complete thread -- present probably several monthsh would not be a separate sentence, but
Complete thread -- The patient sustained an L1 burst fracture and underwent
Complete thread -- Can't decide without any context. You need to at least post
Complete thread -- Rethinking my stand on neurectomy.
Complete thread -- Doctor just said that the patient needs a
Complete thread -- got it, consolidation he said, thanks
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- thanks Jax
Complete thread -- such as group home or assisted living home with a _____ subacute level...
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- flagged; had a few other blanks
Complete thread -- s/l range of motion
Complete thread -- sounds like "can be done a re-attempt with some sedation"
Complete thread -- He stumbles. We will attempt with some sedation. ?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- This can be done ___ some sedation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Good guess. Thank you.
Complete thread -- by using "a pull with force" is what it sounds like to me. Might be
Complete thread -- old avulsion injuries
Complete thread -- Maybe just misspeaking, and means impaction was guaiac positive.
Complete thread -- ortho word help - sm
Complete thread -- Attempt to remove it by using ____ was unsuccessful.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- THe wav is pretty much right on top of it, but wag: sm
Complete thread -- Then cecum and appendix was elevated. _____ clamped and cauterized wi ...
Complete thread -- Oh ok. I see.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot :-)
Complete thread -- "The" sounds better.
Complete thread -- Guaiac *impaction* was positive.
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- she denies feeling ??? or dizzy with exercise but will become
Complete thread -- She denies __________ dizzy with exercise ________ will become this wa ...
Complete thread -- Dell only uses USB keyboards, which don't work well for me.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I do too. Can't you use those with Dell? Haven't heard great things about Dell
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I used external keyboard, so I avoided Dell.
Complete thread -- reflect: to make manifest or apparent : "the pulse reflects the condition of the heart"
Complete thread -- I was wondering if someone would provide some suggestions for laptops.
Complete thread -- you
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- stress ulcer or erosion *reflecting* his injury to his brain and use of steroids.
Complete thread -- Nope.
Complete thread -- I guess there's no way to avoid 2 blanks here, is there?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Perthes disease?
Complete thread -- NM, had a couple of other blanks, so just flagged and sent.
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: s/l *Burst* disease.
Complete thread -- losartan 100 mg?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Listen for intramural fibroids
Complete thread -- ___ (s/l intromato/intramatal) fibroids
Complete thread -- sotalol? but archives show 80 and 120 mg.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 81 mg of aspirin daily, Toprol 50 mg daily, ____ 100 mg
Complete thread -- got it was to fast it posting and found my answer. thanks to all
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's all I can think of that makes sense here.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's all I can think of that makes sense here.
Complete thread -- Marcaine 0.25% without epinephrine
Complete thread -- tear?
Complete thread -- sentence help
Complete thread -- ...traumatic "hitter" of the labrum.
Complete thread -- I found this but cannot really document much - Sulten-10
Complete thread -- Sent in, thanks
Complete thread -- She takes 81 mg of aspirin daily, Toprol 50 mg daily, *sulton*100 mg
Complete thread -- semi-colon before Wednesday?
Complete thread -- How would you deal with this?
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!! :-D
Complete thread -- it's not hematoma?
Complete thread -- beta-lactamase-positive?
Complete thread -- orthopedics
Complete thread -- Infectious disease consult - bacteria can't get...
Complete thread -- "extra-octave fracture" etymology
Complete thread -- that's also what I hear
Complete thread -- I think I hear "except significant fulminating interstitium bilaterally."
Complete thread -- prominent not pulmonary. I listened again and again
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought he just dropped a word but that works.
Complete thread -- Oops, try this for link...
Complete thread -- except pulmonary interstitium bilaterally. I googled it for more
Complete thread -- wav file. My guess is pulmonary interstitial bilaterally?
Complete thread -- new report. Questioning everything after the comma.
Complete thread -- Nutrition - still flagging :)
Complete thread -- Have another blank. Will flag.
Complete thread -- wav file, same report. blank and I would continue or consult on last sentence?
Complete thread -- hmm, . She continues to be very .. not sure if slurred or slow
Complete thread -- Thanks. Of course that is it! Makes sense.
Complete thread -- slurred (as in slurred speech)
Complete thread -- wav file? Questioning continues to be? Sounds sort of like that.
Complete thread -- yes, that's it! thanks
Complete thread -- dizziness
Complete thread -- sequelae
Complete thread -- s/l vertiginous **dijiness**
Complete thread -- s/l cylo-ay? plse sm for sentence/context
Complete thread -- Or even Google it...
Complete thread -- look in stedmans, extra-octave fracture..
Complete thread -- never heard of an extra-octave fracture which does NOT make sense IMO.
Complete thread -- should read in the past, on May 7, revealed bilateral
Complete thread -- Thanks! I did ultimately find that on google and put it in ...
Complete thread -- Yes. I need to go back to bed! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you all.
Complete thread -- well the link won't post, but looks like the same guy posted below.
Complete thread -- I don't know how you got that, but yes. I'm grateful. Thank you!
Complete thread -- could it be - a bone scan which revealed no evidence...?
Complete thread -- try the guy linked inside
Complete thread -- workup, which has included a bone scan s/l "or trivial." No evidence of
Complete thread -- Gandhi?
Complete thread -- Theres a James T. Conway in NY..Hematology
Complete thread -- I thought maybe "Conde" but I can't find a V.J.
Complete thread -- Does anyone know how the last name "Con day" would be spellec? He's a hematologist -
Complete thread -- some help...
Complete thread -- kansasii ?
Complete thread -- Pulmonology
Complete thread -- here is an HIV list, relisten and scan list may find it
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- caveat
Complete thread -- insert?
Complete thread -- Don't post patient names here.
Complete thread -- Eric has been reading the s/l inner ad (apparenly meaning the instruct ...
Complete thread -- thanks for help
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for your help! I think it is extra-octave, though
Complete thread -- I think the ending is "extra-articular fracture"
Complete thread -- "phalanx, commonly referred to as a Salter-Harris II fracture or" still looking on rest
Complete thread -- removal of old adhesion at this time? or at the same time? at that time?
Complete thread -- sorry, no idea. I'd probably put old adhesion and blank "time."
Complete thread -- what comes afterward is the following:
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- what comes after "time"? I can see just "removal of old adhesion."
Complete thread -- s/l removal of old adhesion time?
Complete thread -- rodded?
Complete thread -- somewhat farfetched, but could it be ORIFed?
Complete thread -- orthopedics
Complete thread -- Med s/l biricade? Patient has HIV
Complete thread -- s/l swash places
Complete thread -- i'm hearing something like skin is on the splinter levels?!
Complete thread -- never mind. ..., and she had influenza in December 2010.
Complete thread -- s/l she had ??the excision fluids?? in December 2010
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- the therapy thins the blood and it flows easier through the vessel
Complete thread -- Infectious disease consult - .wav sent
Complete thread -- Infectious disease consult - s/l webbed or wet PICC line?
Complete thread -- s/l Effexor at five hundred five milligram p.o. t.i.d. (can't document 505 mg)
Complete thread -- If this was a consult heading I type name as you have it and then
Complete thread -- if this is a verbatim account you have it right. if it is not you could try to rearrange
Complete thread -- well, I did look it up. what confused me was the anticoagulation therapy that improved it
Complete thread -- is this a letter maybe? leave off surgeon, many types. If within sm
Complete thread -- How do you type...sm
Complete thread -- Darlene... doctor was slurring and stopped and started... aaa.. well
Complete thread -- some actual phrases sm
Complete thread -- I got it, speech discrimination
Complete thread -- Of course, Lo, when worst comes to worst, you could always look it up
Complete thread -- s/l "spicious scurination" was 100% in both ears
Complete thread -- damped signals - it can refer to any signals being damped.
Complete thread -- Personally, where I work, I know I am free to say 3 hours before bedtime.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot, both of you!
Complete thread -- NPO 3 hours "HS"
Complete thread -- not sure about this one....please sm
Complete thread -- Yes, I can hear it clearly now. Thanks!
Complete thread -- partial thickness tear
Complete thread -- Pt with shoulder problem. Some restriction with internal rotation ...
Complete thread -- I agree, sounds right to me. See documentation sm
Complete thread -- He just said this, so I guess it's okay...
Complete thread -- a guessss. Maybe means - radiopaque hepatic markers placed. sm
Complete thread -- ohhh good grief, nasty, rude habits (don't even post anymore)
Complete thread -- Had a chemotherapy port placed and some *hepatic markers* also were just placed. SM
Complete thread -- .....which could have been found out by multiple posts in archives
Complete thread -- now that was funny, especially the. a button labeled ‘Done’. Physician users of Epic star
Complete thread -- ?levocetirizine (aka Levrix, Xycal)
Complete thread -- suggest Loratadine and flag
Complete thread -- Wav is posted. Thank you.
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: She takes trazodone and "lisinodin" 10 mg per day for allergies.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help. I could clearly hear what was suggested. All done now.
Complete thread -- can you post a bit more of the .wav, that is, including the next sentence? Also is this
Complete thread -- Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- Fitz-Hugh-Curtis, but pls. look it up online to confirm spelling
Complete thread -- Wav posted now. Also complete sentence.
Complete thread -- Exactly what I thought...thanks!!
Complete thread -- I got it.
Complete thread -- Yes. Multitrauma is one diagnosis, and this lists the multiple traumas under that.
Complete thread -- Pelvic adhesions consistent with "fatique car-dess"
Complete thread -- Wouldn't this be one diagnosis?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes, sounds right to me.
Complete thread -- I found Telfa Island dressing - look that up in google..seems to fit.
Complete thread -- The OP implied "peep" was part of the ABG, which it is not and it
Complete thread -- Rt TKA help please
Complete thread -- He "is opened on the" medicines if required.
Complete thread -- you seem to delight in rudeness~et tu, Brutus!
Complete thread -- Win, if you are not familiar with the medlexicon, check it out in box above.
Complete thread -- It's preparation!! TY !
Complete thread -- preparation? suspension? supplementation?
Complete thread -- having the previous swallow evaluation?
Complete thread -- video ? nm
Complete thread -- esl help
Complete thread -- s/l pedia swallow evaluation - TIA
Complete thread -- "... both laterally, superiorly, inferiorly, and medially."
Complete thread -- Win, there was no rudeness there and IF you bothered to read my message,
Complete thread -- NOT a word! No such word--docism.
Complete thread -- PEEP is an anacrynym (sp?) for positive end-expiratory pressure -- sm
Complete thread -- I found it, Duetact 4/30
Complete thread -- She has a history of diabetes for several years. Currently on s/l "Duadac four slash
Complete thread -- Exactly! If it is a waste of YOUR time, don't bother (including wasting your time posting
Complete thread -- YOUR choice whether you want to waste your time.
Complete thread -- If you go to the medlexicon above and put in PEEP - you get
Complete thread -- ???
Complete thread -- Can you not tell? Hmm this is the kind of response I get and I get called rude, but
Complete thread -- Easily verified! Search first before wasting our time!
Complete thread -- PEEP
Complete thread -- ABG help please - s/l 5 of peep TIA!
Complete thread -- finding Victoza for diabetes maybe that?
Complete thread -- ambulatory - see link
Complete thread -- Search archives, top left.
Complete thread -- dove certainly doesn't make sense and if doctors pronounced
Complete thread -- you may want to read this
Complete thread -- His prostate surgerized and his blood pressure started going up.
Complete thread -- On above?
Complete thread -- that is so sounding like dove...
Complete thread -- I'd considered that but certainly not even close! Will flag.
Complete thread -- may be slurring another (for dove)?
Complete thread -- talking about issues and says .. s/l dove third issue
Complete thread -- hmm must be slurring the heck out of (?) NYHA New York Heart Association
Complete thread -- history of ischemic cardiomyopathy and *my-tree* class IV heart failure...
Complete thread -- Patient for bladder surgery: In drug list, s/l Pitoza 3 ml p.r.n.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- calf
Complete thread -- s/l cap or calf stents TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks, I better flag :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- followup: QA put hysterogenetic. Oy. Guess they were trying for
Complete thread -- Based on context it is the only thing that fits. Per BOS, no
Complete thread -- i mean percentage iron saturation
Complete thread -- i think it's percent hour saturation
Complete thread -- s/l pristine hour saturation
Complete thread -- oh, lordy! that is hysterical!! I did what you suggested...played the MP3 on the board
Complete thread -- there is one on youtube set to very loud mad music.
Complete thread -- that was going to be my guess, too. Voltaren Gel to neck
Complete thread -- Voltaren Gel to neck
Complete thread -- In med list
Complete thread -- LOL. I was thinking it could use some sound effects, then tried playing it w/ the current
Complete thread -- here's an appropriate link for me right now.
Complete thread -- can you hear me banging my head on the keyboard? normal strength and tone. sheesh.
Complete thread -- okay, folks. He is sucking all the juice right out of my brain. I can no longer
Complete thread -- the one just below your post...the one where I was talking to myself as I worked it out.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks Lo
Complete thread -- I'm not even sure it is a word, but don't go by me. One look at the thread below shows
Complete thread -- acromialization
Complete thread -- oh, for pete's sake. History of stoma.
Complete thread -- exam confirms he has a stoma. so, we are not hearing stroma. but, what is before stoma??
Complete thread -- btw...this is the review of systems....maybe stoma? but _____ stoma??
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- 0.75% Marcaine
Complete thread -- 0.5 cc of "three quarter percent Marcaine" was injected slowly in divided doses with
Complete thread -- And excuse me if I'm misunderstanding -your- above post, Darlene.
Complete thread -- What are you trying to say, Darlene? I spent my time helping, asked right out if
Complete thread -- easyrider: May I ask, what area (of world) is this term being used? U.S., Canada maybe
Complete thread -- Some don't know RUDE, think is normal."since I wasn't quite sure myself at first".
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down (thanks) adding to my list. sm
Complete thread -- That's it. Thank you! nm
Complete thread -- Alfieri
Complete thread -- can't get the Alfury, will mention again later in report and may be more clear. sm
Complete thread -- Cardiology help needed ...sm
Complete thread -- here are some sample MT reports. Click the link, then the titles, they open up.
Complete thread -- maybe blighted-nm
Complete thread -- Virchow
Complete thread -- WTH? I wasn't trying to be rude. I seriously wondered if they weren't listed in the
Complete thread -- SVG to LAD, jump graft to PDA, angiography
Complete thread -- 3DRC catheter was intubated into the right coronary artery
Complete thread -- I don't see any. Are you having a hard time seeing commas with your
Complete thread -- It's not you, it is a when a particular poster is on the board, been at it lately too.
Complete thread -- if very used to this dictator, I would type as dictated and rewind and relisten, if not
Complete thread -- are there any commas in here?
Complete thread -- transvaginal ultrasound to confirm s/l "bloated" ovary
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- chlorthalidone
Complete thread -- Chlorthalidone
Complete thread -- Name of medication for BP s/l "cal-thal-a-gon" (PA dictating cant pronounce ANY meds)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- technetium
Complete thread -- S/L Teck-knee-cian bone scan...any ideas?
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- Lap chole. This was clipped with *tee-lont* clips, 2 distally and 1 proximally.
Complete thread -- Surgeon stating possible complications to lap chole. Please sm
Complete thread -- Prass
Complete thread -- a s/l "fomal" mastoid dressing was applied
Complete thread -- the s/l "press" probe was utilized to identify the course of the facial nerve
Complete thread -- drilled away until an s/l "atrial" thin layer of bone was left remaining
Complete thread -- I was thinking he's referring to units, too, but if at all possible, just type
Complete thread -- does he mean it as?
Complete thread -- this is how doc dictated, but not sure how to type it
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear tube also - ? using tube as a verb-tissue will form tube? see message
Complete thread -- Did you get your answer? If so, be happy and quit whining
Complete thread -- It's when they use a cigar for a wrapper instead of rolling paper.
Complete thread -- I came up with nothing, sorry.
Complete thread -- LOL, That one is new to me. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Hmm, just found breast cancer site discussing this and showing as capped, so will cap it.
Complete thread -- blunts is correct. I hear it a lot in this neighborhood.
Complete thread -- I am hearing "tube" both times, but I have no idea what that means ? sorry!
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both for trying. Still hearing what s/l virtual. Will flag.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- allow this tissue to _____ as there is remaining tissue
Complete thread -- When doc states "X" after T or N or M for cancer staging, is it usually
Complete thread -- this is only a guess from s/l w/o reading context "visceral" lymph node
Complete thread -- biopsy of the lymph nodes (pleural)? Then maybe saying "melanoma to the first two lymph..
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- stat dictation
Complete thread -- med list s/l coag x
Complete thread -- not "joints?"
Complete thread -- When I started to type antihelical fr-- into Google, it suggested fold. ???
Complete thread -- first-stage ear reconstruction
Complete thread -- Metastatic melanoma to the *virtual* lymph node, which were matted together. Please
Complete thread -- s/l "blunts"
Complete thread -- status post ______ right ear reconstruction
Complete thread -- minimal sl*fib-ril-a-tive* on the articular surface -shoulder arthroscopy
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- allow this tissue *to tube*
Complete thread -- ERCP OP TITLE
Complete thread -- elevation of the helical *and antihelical frame* and some
Complete thread -- okay thanks
Complete thread -- sorry DO NOT include "right ear" after the soundlike
Complete thread -- s/l burseccia reconstruction
Complete thread -- s/l assailant
Complete thread -- I would type 0.5%
Complete thread -- correct typing 1/2% pls sm
Complete thread -- I know that pain there is very typical in an MI, so maybe - if that is what is being said.
Complete thread -- trying to chase so called ____ trying to cause him harm
Complete thread -- I don't think so. The words might be correct, but the placement of "
Complete thread -- s/l paraspinal pain. Does this fit for bypass surgery? see below.
Complete thread -- wav posted. TY
Complete thread -- more context here. history of diabetes and triple bypass surgery
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- drug s/l oh-an-eck
Complete thread -- Lacri-Lube?
Complete thread -- A significant amount of _____ was then placed within the eye
Complete thread -- this isn't correct is it? Lacrimal placed in the eye?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oh my gosh, duh, thanks
Complete thread -- lacrimal
Complete thread -- EKG question what is in quotes. sound correct?
Complete thread -- buccal?
Complete thread -- s/l buckle incisions
Complete thread -- amount of *lacrilow* was then placed within the eye
Complete thread -- to the superior aspect on the tarsus were placed.
Complete thread -- How come I am the only one ever to get rude responses? Why me!
Complete thread -- Os-Cal?
Complete thread -- Pulmonary vascular resistance is 161 dynes sm
Complete thread -- ? hymenal If that doesn't work google vulvitis and see if you
Complete thread -- There is Endur-Acin (OTC)which is used for high cholesterol
Complete thread -- /l *hymelia*.. Any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- anyway, just remembered that an angled pigtail is for left ventriculogram portion of cath.
Complete thread -- ?aspirin
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 2.) grade 3 internal hemorrhoid, most likely causing the bleeding.
Complete thread -- Pt. w/hypercholesterolemia, non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus
Complete thread -- isn't it apparent from the description of the procedure?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Not sure where commas go
Complete thread -- yes, thanks
Complete thread -- ...device, and once again no lesions were identified (1st one)
Complete thread -- Dedo laryngoscope. #3 vocal cords.
Complete thread -- of the actual vocal cords nearly impossible (3rd blank)
Complete thread -- ? nitrizine and pooling is correct.
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Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I stand corrected. Make that 2 hits.
Complete thread -- I haven't investigated, but ? saying ovary entrapped in the
Complete thread -- s/l *in the tube*.. Does this make sense? Thanks
Complete thread -- One hit. That's all. 93 results, but all the same article over multiple sites.
Complete thread -- Need to give complete sentence so we can tell how used.
Complete thread -- septoplasty, knowing that septum can be a trigger point for
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Complete thread -- could be - look up definition
Complete thread -- need help with wave posted
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Complete thread -- need more info-injecting what?
Complete thread -- s/l flavor
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Complete thread -- SOME TYPE OF INJECTION...says so fast s/l..t_si...nm
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- located without any crepitation of the joint ____.
Complete thread -- muscle relaxant S/L amaric ...
Complete thread -- echo.
Complete thread -- admitted on 05/09/2011 with positive *notvhing* and positive *pooling*
Complete thread -- movement. _____ was appreciated
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- TY for taking the time to look. ...
Complete thread -- That could be it! Thank you. =)
Complete thread -- thanks much!
Complete thread -- one more time - starting ON some Cipro (you used out).
Complete thread -- You also need to take out the comma.
Complete thread -- xx was heading off to Hawaii he developed some
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- I have wished I could delete about 1/2 of mine!
Complete thread -- The only tetherings I can find are fixed or scarred?
Complete thread -- Nice. I wish I could delete my post...
Complete thread -- orthopedic help please
Complete thread -- sonogram, the thought process was entertained that possibly this could ...
Complete thread -- "the thought process" "that possibly there was a perforation"
Complete thread -- thanks! I thought I heard painful in there, but needed to verify
Complete thread -- and it is painful with the use of CPAP. Not sure about "He denies."
Complete thread -- measured by sonogram _____ process was obtained ____ perforation.
Complete thread -- actually meant to type symptomatic - guess it's too late anyway
Complete thread -- mp3 posted - see message
Complete thread -- Why? It makes perfect sense as dictated.
Complete thread -- LOL! I get it!
Complete thread -- I agree commas aren't necessary, was just trying to point out
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- status post right Weaver? (Weaver-Dunn)
Complete thread -- collection is singular so "does" and no commas needed IMO
Complete thread -- place commas around in the lower eyelids and MS word will like it.
Complete thread -- Makes sense if that is what was dictated. See message and link.
Complete thread -- This is all he says. =( I think it is some type of procedure ????
Complete thread -- grammar check
Complete thread -- what is the entire sentence with the s/l? weight lifter? there is a weightbearing x-ray
Complete thread -- Status post s/l "weight waver". more...
Complete thread -- systomatic?
Complete thread -- astatic neck pain?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- 0.75
Complete thread -- Dumb question... What is proper way to write 3/4 cm? (that was dictated)
Complete thread -- Sorry, should have posted this when beginning report, not just before proofing.
Complete thread -- MP3. ER report. Any help appreciated, have to pend this guy's reports if even 1 blank
Complete thread -- of course!
Complete thread -- Maybe he needs to secede from the alliance of smokers, lol.
Complete thread -- well, it only took me 45 minutes the second time around. Of course, now, I get to spend
Complete thread -- You definitely have my sympathy, Lo. What a bummer.
Complete thread -- oh...and just so you can pity me....I worked for well over an hour on this report and was
Complete thread -- oh...and just so you can pity me....I worked for well over an hour on this report and was
Complete thread -- thanks for the try. This will not be the only blank in this 20-minute report.
Complete thread -- make that "new, ridiculous nitpicker." lol
Complete thread -- Yep, that's what I went with, cease. Good analysis, the cessation idea.
Complete thread -- I think he's trying (incorrectly) to backform from "cessation", which would mean
Complete thread -- changed it to "cease smoking."
Complete thread -- full sentence...
Complete thread -- Can you "secede" from smoking? Thinking he probably means like "desist."
Complete thread -- Equate? (Walmart own brand)
Complete thread -- Lots wrong with that poor guy! Sorry Lo, I hear "exogen injection" but can't document.
Complete thread -- Exoderm injection? Looks like it's for crows feet, etc.
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- G-S gastrocnemius-soleus or G gastrocnemeus suggested in archives.
Complete thread -- s/l GI
Complete thread -- Under medications (s/l Ecreet Senior Multivitamin). ...
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Patient has chronic kidney disease stage 2 to 3 s/l "swing" with prerenal component.
Complete thread -- Doc dictates med list "Coenzyme Q" not Q10 - would you leave it as dictated?
Complete thread -- Might be trying to say "otoacoustic emissions." If so, is a long way off. Lol
Complete thread -- Anyone familiar with audiology tests, etc.? The patient did not pass s/l "Otocrist
Complete thread -- I found "echoey"
Complete thread -- She is getting along okay with the hearing aids. However, the right seems to be a
Complete thread -- Per AAMT BOS, from what I can tell, it says to just use "units"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- should have done that first! thanks.
Complete thread -- did you google macula-off retinal detachment?
Complete thread -- Tp had large macula off* retinal detachment and is here for operation.
Complete thread -- sure, as apposed to clean catch.
Complete thread -- finally heard "lotrisone". Not sure what he says before that
Complete thread -- s/l *dirty*... Does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l "bee pure lockusone" cream
Complete thread -- when expanding IU to international units, it is not capitalized correct?
Complete thread -- I think you might have something with that one. Wonder why
Complete thread -- I think I'm hearing centralization
Complete thread -- Thanks, I just don't hear that. I hear "_____lization". Best to flag if not sure.
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure too, it IS "central lesion" (per Mgt's fan) sm
Complete thread -- oops. hit enter instead of entering name/owning post nm
Complete thread -- may be FAST acronym: (stroke protool term) sm (did not hear wav tho)
Complete thread -- NovoPen?
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- I agree...just thought it might be something new. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Relafen for RA? - but better not to guess if you can't hear it
Complete thread -- Med sounds like novafen...no dosage info TIA
Complete thread -- central lesions? -though not sure
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. Any others out there in WB-land on this sunny afternoon?
Complete thread -- Sorry, tried several times. Hate it when dictation near background noise.
Complete thread -- Thought so.
Complete thread -- and
Complete thread -- Two 22-gauge needle biopsies were performed, "im" or "and" plated and fixated.
Complete thread -- procedure is bronchoscopy (sm)
Complete thread -- you are welcome :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I knew it had to be something like that.
Complete thread -- yes.. AST could be (Acute Stroke Team?) AST alert makes sense.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all of you! I'm going to flag.
Complete thread -- sent WAV file.
Complete thread -- He starts off with acute stroke alert and then changes to what sounds like AST alert?
Complete thread -- go here and put in log
Complete thread -- Or could be Novolog.
Complete thread -- Novolog?
Complete thread -- Even more reason then to think Humalog - as in Humalog KwikPen but as with ANY med, flag
Complete thread -- Then flag it.
Complete thread -- this is a 15-year old boy who does self injections of this insulin.
Complete thread -- it is very clear that she is saying dew log insulin. I have never heard of it.
Complete thread -- Humalog?
Complete thread -- I have googled and did a phonetic search for s/l "dew-log insulin." any ideas?
Complete thread -- thanks both!
Complete thread -- The JSTIM?
Complete thread -- ahhh thanks
Complete thread -- physical therapy?
Complete thread -- s/l *Visken therapy*... Any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- Polymers was all I could find, too. Not sure, tho.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your help.
Complete thread -- Gosh, I wonder what she could be saying there. Will flag. Thanks for confirmation.
Complete thread -- maybe something polymers??
Complete thread -- try going here and clicking the first hit
Complete thread -- well what the?? it didn't work again, it's a great reference for who/whom, s.m.
Complete thread -- hmmmm, lemme try again
Complete thread -- Hypersensitivity to fragrances, cleaning products, parabens, and
Complete thread -- If you look up LASIK, you will see what the K part stands for and yes, exclusive to eyes.
Complete thread -- I don't think you posted the correct link as I can't see anything referring to my question
Complete thread -- list of surgeries: Number next, *lay-six* surgical repair of prostate in 2010.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- He does call for a Bioethics consult for DNR at end of report but is saying DSR here.
Complete thread -- She is a very pleasant lady whom I had the opportunity to take care of... Who or
Complete thread -- DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) ?
Complete thread -- or--As the child attempts to extract the affected digit, the condyles ...
Complete thread -- subchondral region ?
Complete thread -- dopplerable posterior tibial?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much !!!
Complete thread -- dopplerable?
Complete thread -- doppler *bowl of butcher* tibial pulse
Complete thread -- swelling in the right middle finger (PIP) joint
Complete thread -- The patient is "a DSR"
Complete thread -- not exactly your s/l, but how about Accutane??
Complete thread -- Comes as liquid and tablet. s.m.
Complete thread -- 11-year-old girl starting Orapred. Can't tell if this ESL is saying 15 or 50 mg.
Complete thread -- Acne Drug
Complete thread -- Do you mean evidently? ;-)
Complete thread -- scapholunate advanced collapse (SLAC)
Complete thread -- I'm afraid it's not. I'd hate to see what that would look like!
Complete thread -- sounds more like a voice recognition!!!
Complete thread -- I just love ESL doctors. This one just dictated:
Complete thread -- arthritis pattern
Complete thread -- varicella? Could you at least please give the sentence in which this word is use?
Complete thread -- eye with vision loss..... s/l vitraracella
Complete thread -- s/l atrovent to treat acne
Complete thread -- leg and butt
Complete thread -- ah very good thank you!!!
Complete thread -- curved hemostat
Complete thread -- where on the body?
Complete thread -- Incision and drainage - please see mgs.
Complete thread -- thanks much!
Complete thread -- Yes, and she actually is saying the word "lateral" LoL.
Complete thread -- he does have hypothyroidism
Complete thread -- WAG Do not know if pt has thyroid problems, but there is Cytomel?
Complete thread -- montelukast
Complete thread -- sorry, typo no \
Complete thread -- thanks that is what I put.. I just wanted to make sure
Complete thread -- PA\ and lateral ?
Complete thread -- need help with meds, wave posted
Complete thread -- Ultrasound of the lower extremity and consider s/l "PML" chest x-ray after hydration.
Complete thread -- you're welcome, you're welcome
Complete thread -- Thank you! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I would not have heard that. I can hear it now.
Complete thread -- embolism
Complete thread -- embolism
Complete thread -- DRUJ (distal radioulnar joint)
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Complete thread -- wrist fusion question sm
Complete thread -- Thank you!! : )
Complete thread -- I bet thats it THANKS SO MUCH!!!
Complete thread -- coil to the can? see link inside
Complete thread -- BOS2 has it as 2:1
Complete thread -- how to write 2 to 1 block... 2:1 block? Thanks
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Complete thread -- reversal and closure
Complete thread -- yes, see link
Complete thread -- Check out FibroSURE. (Not sure if last part needs all caps, but one of those things
Complete thread -- on a pacemaker and DFT testing report..doc says this..not sure if im hearing correct
Complete thread -- Preop DX: Reversal *enclosure* of a colostomy after Hartmann's pouch for
Complete thread -- s/l *FibraSure*... Does this seem right? I find some hits, but not sure
Complete thread -- Agreed...but not allowed to correct/make changes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes, that would've been a big boo-boo on my part. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much. I don't know how I missed it.
Complete thread -- now after seeing other helpers closer spelling, I would use that, the other
Complete thread -- he spelled it, I would leave blanks with note of unable to verify.
Complete thread -- Theodhor Diamanti, MD (sm)
Complete thread -- Dr. "Diamonte"
Complete thread -- the clue to me was a unit of measurement (of intake) fit with the sentence.
Complete thread -- that's it! geez... was making it way too difficult. thanks!!
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- yes, in maximum dimension is common phrase
Complete thread -- maintenance of?
Complete thread -- see message please... Thanks!
Complete thread -- post-cast radiograph demonstrates s/l maiden hunts for reduction. ??
Complete thread -- Thank you! I was looking for a namebrand! lol I'm such a newbie with GI...
Complete thread -- kilocalorie
Complete thread -- yeah, but they mess up mcg and mg all the way, and if the patient has a s.m.
Complete thread -- esophageal adencarcinoma-- tube feedings-- s/l kilocow!! help...
Complete thread -- google directs me to bulky para-aortic lympadenopathy..something to listen for...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- doesn't really sound like that and definitely says mg not mcg - Thanks!
Complete thread -- varus and valgus
Complete thread -- varus/valgus stress??
Complete thread -- A Fentanyl patch???sure it isn't mcg rather mg?
Complete thread -- total knee arthroplasty
Complete thread -- s/l assentil patch 15 mg q.48 hours TIA!!!
Complete thread -- Yes, Anastoclip fits perfectly. I thank you both sincerely :)
Complete thread -- nasopharyngeal scope and x-rays were negative, OR - see msg
Complete thread -- hypermetabolic activity in the mediastinal right hilar and *bulky*, periportal lym
Complete thread -- Anastoclip?
Complete thread -- vascular clip?
Complete thread -- nares?
Complete thread -- creation of AV fistula for dialysis
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Oh yeah, and it was VR as well..
Complete thread -- I have one who puts "some" before everything. The patient has some cough....s.m.
Complete thread -- Observing isn't really odd here. It means something like following
Complete thread -- Ding, Ding, Ding. Thank you! Thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- lol I just reread what you meant. I get it. lol thank you. :)
Complete thread -- Levothroid?
Complete thread -- and, actually, use order in the list too, as some docs do follow a logic with that.
Complete thread -- Oh, and this is a foreign doctor
Complete thread -- these come in that dose, Vivelle-Dot Transdermal Patch, estradiol?
Complete thread -- other meds, the whole drug list, please. (I use process of elimination sometimes.)
Complete thread -- She did say observing which is odd. And she might mean site to. TY
Complete thread -- observing and SBE prophylaxis? site of?
Complete thread -- ESL doc - in drug list - s/l eval TOT 0.075 mg
Complete thread -- Is she trying to say something else? Any help w/b appreciated. TY
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense? r/o
Complete thread -- I have a female Russian dictator like that, who does 20 minute reports.
Complete thread -- ty, everyone
Complete thread -- Agree, that is also per BOS2, but they also say 17,800 is acceptable
Complete thread -- Just type thousand in the archives.
Complete thread -- I simply do it 17.8 thousand.
Complete thread -- THE big stupid!
Complete thread -- This ESL is driving me insane. He keeps saying "she has pain in THE both arms and
Complete thread -- Here is your dumb question of the day.
Complete thread -- Don't you have someone you can email for samples on this?
Complete thread -- Oh, probably transition point, not transection?
Complete thread -- sorry. No help here. Listened 20 times. Get something that could or could not be
Complete thread -- nonoliguric
Complete thread -- s/l "non-alluric failure"
Complete thread -- WAG arachnoid cyst?
Complete thread -- MRI showed benign left middle cranial fossa "at if narc sis" and benign left temporal
Complete thread -- the area of _____ on endoscopy.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- were mobilized?
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Complete thread -- mesenteric fat removed _____ the retroperitoneum
Complete thread -- flagging
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Complete thread -- hepatic ultrasound _____ of the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- scarring on the surface?
Complete thread -- complete? probably too obvious, must have been discarded by you.
Complete thread -- ...was then divided (recording starts too late).
Complete thread -- range of motion was; ranges of motion were.
Complete thread -- The doughnuts were *compolete*
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Hip, ankle, and knee range of motion was pain free (was or were?)
Complete thread -- This is what I googled to get multiple sites of information (sm)
Complete thread -- The _____ surface of the caudate
Complete thread -- ?amperage
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Complete thread -- I think I found it.
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Complete thread -- ? oval-shaped penetrating...
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Complete thread -- you are right (see link)
Complete thread -- as a result of the accident of 04/04/2009 and is at status quo *ante.*
Complete thread -- Got it...IVF/GIFT ...
Complete thread -- "She underwent IVF and IVF (s/l) indict" -- also mentions perg ...
Complete thread -- found it...lichenified
Complete thread -- 2. Mother died of colon cancer.
Complete thread -- severely s/l *canified eczema.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Lab test *s/l hyberdeez extension.* Patient has abdominal pain and questionable
Complete thread -- Patient with fractures
Complete thread -- s/l non-dis*sem*tory gas pattern throughout.
Complete thread -- Me either, just what I heard. BB is right!
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- black belt, but not sure about capitalization see link.
Complete thread -- I can't find any documentation for a self-retaining blackbell retractor.
Complete thread -- cervical diskectomy
Complete thread -- I hear "blackbell" what kind of surgery?
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm cervical diskectomy...
Complete thread -- thanks. I thought something had changed but was not positive.
Complete thread -- just to see, I googled your s/l and etodolac was suggested. fyi
Complete thread -- my accts specifically wants C6-C7 no matter what. more money I say!
Complete thread -- not according to BOS 3. just C6-7 is fine.
Complete thread -- you are right!! it comes in 400 mg too!! This place is WONDERFUL. thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- once upon a time I was told to type C6-C7, even if the dictator says C6-7.
Complete thread -- probably etodolac
Complete thread -- etodolac
Complete thread -- name of med. pls help. s/l atotalack ?
Complete thread -- I just heard it and it was "blocked ears" I think
Complete thread -- does dictator have an accent?
Complete thread -- In ROS, s/l blackjuhs
Complete thread -- TY.
Complete thread -- Unless verbatim would make it "sodium nadir was 126 on... ...
Complete thread -- I wouldn't but I know some people do use that term. Archives
Complete thread -- Would you make "nadired" a word? sm
Complete thread -- thank you, both!
Complete thread -- agree with eem sm
Complete thread -- percutaneous cholecystostomy
Complete thread -- perc-choley drain?
Complete thread -- Speaking of mistakes, wouldn't that be 1500 mg (not g) and 1000 mg (not g)
Complete thread -- its a start...thanks!
Complete thread -- acute organ or maybe saying whatever the organ is
Complete thread -- found it... Dr. Matei
Complete thread -- spelling of Dr. Ma-tie, female oncologist in Indiana. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Pt with acute "or-to-vent" rejection & treatment with plasmapheresis and splenectomy
Complete thread -- is that of the hand? web space?
Complete thread -- Help Please, Plastice surgery burn dictation
Complete thread -- Doesn't mention diabetes but must be it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Well, there is Prandin 1 mg.
Complete thread -- s/l "prandian" 1 mg daily
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- surfactant
Complete thread -- drug for preemie, s/l ser-actin?
Complete thread -- looks like the same person to me, both nm, so how do you know they weren't
Complete thread -- thanks for your help, this guy is making me so frustrated!
Complete thread -- iodoform gauze?
Complete thread -- we packed it with quarter inch s/l hydropa gauze. (pilonidal cyst)
Complete thread -- procedure is drainage of pilonidal abscess. pls sm
Complete thread -- Mylanta is much better. Absolutely no call for Dilantin. Was not on previous
Complete thread -- Mylanta, or longer shot, Dilantin.
Complete thread -- Found a previous report by a different doc. It is not helping much.
Complete thread -- Wav file, questioning the 2nd one. I had a drug in there but there is no history for
Complete thread -- That's definitely it! I was trying to listen to out "of" and could only hear "in." You got
Complete thread -- tape cuts out... possibly granulomata?
Complete thread -- was only held in place by its
Complete thread -- out of place
Complete thread -- Hand surgery
Complete thread -- Very rude not to thank both of us!
Complete thread -- yah thats it...thanx a lot
Complete thread -- QuantiFERON?
Complete thread -- Lab study
Complete thread -- that is it!! thanks
Complete thread -- I know it doesn't match s/l very well, but Pamelor came to mind.
Complete thread -- hyphen for long-term disability.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. Maybe that's what she meant.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- comma after 2011
Complete thread -- medication help please. s/l premolar 50 mg ? any suggestions?
Complete thread -- I did try--hearing boot? boat? tried to hear probe.... suction-irrigator probe
Complete thread -- Please someone help me with this sentence and its punctuation. VERBATIM acct.
Complete thread -- Wav posted now. Thanks
Complete thread -- Doctor from India.
Complete thread -- never mind (Vail)
Complete thread -- He broke his arm while skiing in s/l Vale. (any ideas, pt lives in Florida)
Complete thread -- Neither.
Complete thread -- comma correction please: Edith, herself was present / Edith herself, was present ??
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- old T-wave changes
Complete thread -- old T wave changes
Complete thread -- I will listen again.. thanks
Complete thread -- anterolateral?
Complete thread -- Sorry, I hit enter too fast.
Complete thread -- ekg question
Complete thread -- EKG test.. did not sound like anterior, but s/l like starting with an a.. probably a
Complete thread -- sent with blank
Complete thread -- yes, thank you so very much!
Complete thread -- Procedure: Removal of s/l breast inflating vein" MRI port.
Complete thread -- thank you, I do appreciate it! sm
Complete thread -- conduct?
Complete thread -- p.s. No GI probs, so not "colonic."
Complete thread -- some ideas - I googled peritoneal * or free fluid. See inside for ideas
Complete thread -- s/l conic, don't think (chronic it fits) plse sm
Complete thread -- ?PV
Complete thread -- missing word sm
Complete thread -- flaggee
Complete thread -- Sorry, Duricef is trade name. Check on drugs.com.
Complete thread -- obstetric consult, G2 P1, 16 weeks', lower quadrant pain
Complete thread -- hernia *follicle* sac
Complete thread -- I know, at least we're concerned with the accuracy of the reports because it sure s.m.
Complete thread -- ?duricef (generic)
Complete thread -- thanks - I wouldn't ever guess, so no worries!
Complete thread -- Yeah, could be. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'd flag. He very likely said that (see post below) and doesn't mean it. You can't
Complete thread -- Oh, my! Yes, all the mistakes that we fix or at least flag for them...they have no idea!
Complete thread -- the patient is status post carpal tunnel release.
Complete thread -- maybe stumbled and mean one 2-0 silk??
Complete thread -- s/l "1 to 2-0 silks" but doesn't really make sense
Complete thread -- too scary to get in their heads!! LOL. The funny thing is our hospital s.m.
Complete thread -- Thank goodness for thinking MTs! I've had some make the most obvious
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now. Will flag.
Complete thread -- Not a question, just grumbling, and people wonder why there are mistakes made? s.m.
Complete thread -- plse sm, accent is throwing me and I'm not sure what doc means
Complete thread -- Oops, should be "nm" above.
Complete thread -- Ditto here.
Complete thread -- Sliding hiatal hernia *with myo-litic* in the distal esophageal mucosal folds... Pls
Complete thread -- Personally have always transcribed it verbatim per the dictator and tr ...
Complete thread -- Question about spinal disc levels
Complete thread -- ...to all! : )
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- neuropsychological (neurological/psychological).
Complete thread -- Agree; docs think it is understood, the -al ending, I mean.
Complete thread -- That is what I would go with, neuropsychological
Complete thread -- Pt had *neuropsych* testing at Jacobs Neurological Institute. Do you agree I would
Complete thread -- serous fluid -- clear, pale yellow fluid
Complete thread -- I'm flagging the possible Urocit. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- I think you're correct on both, especially if his pronunciation is off. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Second one might be Urocit-K
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- K-Senna suppositories
Complete thread -- Thanks Tami
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- Allen?
Complete thread -- For the archives-- Cockett II and Cockett III :) Friend from work helped...whew! :)
Complete thread -- med help - s/l k-stana and s/l rio-site
Complete thread -- s/l elms testing
Complete thread -- Vein followup-- duplex exam. S/l cocka-2 and cocka-3...stumped!
Complete thread -- yellow *serum*-like sebaceous material
Complete thread -- The _____ tenaculum was then used and
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Complete thread -- WAG ? fully seated with appropriate version
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The Kinectiv stem was placed into position _____ .
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Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- we did split the capsule?
Complete thread -- if that is what you hear, it makes sense as to location and
Complete thread -- We then dissected down _____ to the capsule
Complete thread -- two-finger opening and *proximal sigmoid* was brought out through
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- go to drugs.com and type in FER and it will come up on the list
Complete thread -- rostrum
Complete thread -- Patient with multiple abnormalities.. Medication? r/o
Complete thread -- distended gallbladder and CBD of 9 mm
Complete thread -- Oops forgot to remove time stamp of 210
Complete thread -- she was noted to have a _____ 210 and CBD of 9
Complete thread -- I can hear that now. LOL
Complete thread -- The no is not clear but from earlier in the report, it is there.
Complete thread -- I like that. Close as I could hope to get.
Complete thread -- "renal or heart disease"
Complete thread -- She is new to me. It is taking forever!
Complete thread -- I *might* hear "reported he felt there were no changes." (Or maybe it's she, not he.)
Complete thread -- WAG rheumatic?
Complete thread -- WAG congenital?
Complete thread -- tell her to take the rocks out of her mouth!! I'm not hearing "no changes" but s.m.
Complete thread -- I don't think its renal though because there are 3 syllables
Complete thread -- s/l re-nee-al Context inside
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Levemir
Complete thread -- His blood sugars went up, so he increased his dose of *Levelir* to 50 units. I've
Complete thread -- No, there is an "r" sound at the beginning
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- BOS2 shows it as acceptable to use 100% in that context.
Complete thread -- She definitely is feeling better but not 100% yet. Type "a hundred percent"?
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone. Much appreciated. :)
Complete thread -- my suggestion...
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- an IB cage might stand for interbody cage
Complete thread -- How would you punctuate the following sentence? (See inside please)
Complete thread -- C5-6 with plate fixation and iliac crest bone graft and an s/l IB cage
Complete thread -- fossa?
Complete thread -- sphenoid s/l rossa
Complete thread -- coplanar
Complete thread -- distal clavicle sl*co-plane* resection was performed
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Nasacort for upper repsiratory tract polyps
Complete thread -- much thanks!
Complete thread -- WAG status post aneurysm repair?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- WAGs - perforating? aortic?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
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Complete thread -- to both for great links!
Complete thread -- here's another city link, just in case
Complete thread -- See if you can narrow it down at this link.
Complete thread -- anybody here
Complete thread -- she was visiting her daughter in s/l vitia, California last week. thank you.
Complete thread -- Lupron pamphlet?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Didn't realize Rena-Vite was a generic of Nephro-Vite; another tick in its column
Complete thread -- Thanks, interesting info. Complicates matters, though, unfortunately.
Complete thread -- geesh glad you pointed that out, I accidentally deleted those words.
Complete thread -- I have no idea what he said in that blank, but you missed a couple words...
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- I've never heard Renavit pronounced with a short "i" though.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- e.g.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- no problem with hyphens SM
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- staccato?
Complete thread -- never mind, it's wedge resection.
Complete thread -- MP3. ____ resection of a loop of ileum
Complete thread -- s/l decato cough
Complete thread -- billybob: regarding Rena-Vite again...
Complete thread -- and dictator pronounced with a long "i" (vite, not vit, though "Renovite")
Complete thread -- anyway, going with Rena-Vite. many more hits on Google & found even on Walgreens
Complete thread -- pardon, accidentally left an end parens on the Renavit link.
Complete thread -- Renavit vs. Rena-Vite?
Complete thread -- Found it...Ictotest!!
Complete thread -- Hemoccult is a brand name.
Complete thread -- I was hoping a good guess might help before flag....THANKS!
Complete thread -- With the history, this patient could have a positive hemoccult test, BUT
Complete thread -- laboratory help...sm
Complete thread -- moderate
Complete thread -- annular plaques
Complete thread -- I mean relisten again
Complete thread -- thanks will relisten ago.
Complete thread -- might be ameliorate
Complete thread -- s/l miller-ate his intake of sugar and alcohol...
Complete thread -- dependent
Complete thread -- atypical stromal
Complete thread -- If she knows she can't add, why would she even ask? I would because
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...(Compazine).
Complete thread -- archives show prochlorperazine.
Complete thread -- you have to be careful about using symbols as a lot of them get all messed up on the other
Complete thread -- I'm voting no, also
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm (medication)
Complete thread -- Thanks. Have done lots of neuro, but hearing for first time.
Complete thread -- Grammar should be a "strong suit" for an MT, at the very, very minimum.
Complete thread -- titubation
Complete thread -- His gait examination is wide-based with s/l "titchabation," and he refused to
Complete thread -- How would you justify it? Just being nosy.
Complete thread -- It must be "epoxy" Thanks.
Complete thread -- Nah, I was talking to "hohlbd" for butting in. Surely that's not you, right?
Complete thread -- Skin exam - see message please
Complete thread -- Despite the fact that he states his left eye was enucleated and put back with
Complete thread -- I'll make it 3 to 1 against.
Complete thread -- Not that I can find.
Complete thread -- is there such a thing as pendant edema?
Complete thread -- Oh boy. Thanks.
Complete thread -- is this a measurement or the type of opioid receptor?
Complete thread -- I would not.
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- I would not.
Complete thread -- maybe some shortspeak for hydrocortisone 1%?
Complete thread -- pulmonary artery pressure was 27mm. Does not dictate Hg. Would you add?
Complete thread -- Elocon 0.1%?
Complete thread -- multiple s/l "hannalas tack" throughout the abdomen.
Complete thread -- For her bug bites, I prescribed s/l "hi tone" 1%.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- thank you!!! :)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input...has definite "D" sound though...guess I'll flag it.
Complete thread -- me either
Complete thread -- which is what?
Complete thread -- total guess.... vessels?
Complete thread -- vessels
Complete thread -- s/l dess-als around this pancreatic head mass TIA!!!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- µ or mu? opioid receptor
Complete thread -- Sorry, didn't mean to post. I was going to try but decided not to continue.
Complete thread -- The skin was cleaned with ChloraPrep and covered with a sterile drape, ...
Complete thread -- The tolerance builds up, so if a person has been on it a while, 4 mg q.h.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- My first English paper in junior college, even though it got an A, had red marks all over
Complete thread -- The only resource I could find that looked reliable had non-. I will give the link or try
Complete thread -- it's possible -- see link for dosage information
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Would a person take "4 mg" of Ativan at bedtime?
Complete thread -- okay...I do want to get it right :) I hate op's
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- You didn't upset me. That was my first post to this thread.
Complete thread -- Oh, I see what you're saying now. Hmm. I think I would do
Complete thread -- sorry you believe I am not skilled
Complete thread -- Thank you very much for your input and help on this.
Complete thread -- The best way is gentamicin.
Complete thread -- later he says Cobalt plus G-bone cement
Complete thread -- I personally wouldn't use the quotes here, but if you are going to...
Complete thread -- On my accounts, we're required to leave shorts/abbreviations as dictated
Complete thread -- I never knew that. Thank you!
Complete thread -- I bet you feel like a fool right about now, huh?
Complete thread -- all right, not alright.
Complete thread -- I myself would just like to know what would be the BEST way, because I am a perfectionist
Complete thread -- hate to say, but we have no rules and are not monitored or corrected in any way...so if we
Complete thread -- I feel your pain. What I try to do is start a new paragraph when they change
Complete thread -- so sorry to have upset you so...I try is all I can say
Complete thread -- What do you mean?
Complete thread -- Please check if this would be the correct way to punctuate:
Complete thread -- what does your account say about slang and/or abbreviations?
Complete thread -- it drives me nuts because I want to correct him...I did before I knew he wanted it left :(
Complete thread -- yes on the quotation marks
Complete thread -- "alright" is not a word in formal writing.
Complete thread -- doc said Cobalt with gent bone cement was used... (sm)
Complete thread -- No, I was talking about the tenses. In fact, we had an MT fired just 1-1/2 weeks
Complete thread -- Agree, but I see this ALL the time with MTs, lack of separation between independent
Complete thread -- Quotation marks needed?
Complete thread -- non-leukocytoclastic-type vasculitis or nonleukocytoclastic-type??
Complete thread -- thank you. I was trying to give lots of context so I did not get yelled at for not :(
Complete thread -- that is a problem with posting too much information. "Helpers"
Complete thread -- I bet you could not do near as well. Shows a skilled MT
Complete thread -- if you are referring to present/past tenses used...yes...he wants it verbatim :(
Complete thread -- well that was helpful, your purpose was what? she is asking for assistance
Complete thread -- commas would help some.
Complete thread -- Wow, I'd get fired for that paragraph where I work! No idea on s/l
Complete thread -- So the answer WAS panobinostat, what the OP already had?
Complete thread -- totally lost - seems clear to me What was the name of the study? Panorama, so then...
Complete thread -- s/l add-anterior aspect sounds like 1 word...closest s/l I can give
Complete thread -- Let me guess...you're on this board to make fun instead of to help.
Complete thread -- Let me guess, the doctor didn't dictate punctuation for you.
Complete thread -- Thanks, did click on images and never actually saw one with -Q 2 but I think you're
Complete thread -- Wait, didn't the OP already have the answer?
Complete thread -- link shows it's double strength of original Flora-Q
Complete thread -- two things. Flora-Q 2 is a probiotic
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- med list, s/l 'Fora Q two" multivitamin 1 tab daily. I know there's a Flora-Q but
Complete thread -- Jorge
Complete thread -- I am terrible at Spanish names. How would you spell first name that s/l Hoor hay?
Complete thread -- Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- I'm not offshore, I'm American. I was confused about the sentence
Complete thread -- I think the other 2 posters got IT sm
Complete thread -- fractional?
Complete thread -- I found the same page. It was either that or perifosine. That ended with stat.
Complete thread -- You are the winner today poi. Wish these docs could talk a little better. HAHAHA
Complete thread -- I was going to say "sparse" too, but couldn't figure out the "square" part
Complete thread -- "Where do commas go in this sentence" was a clue.
Complete thread -- Thank you, both of you. Tachypneic fits! You're both wonderful!
Complete thread -- see link, a few results down, note the words I googled with to find the answer
Complete thread -- N/M it is 8-pin construct!!
Complete thread -- Thanks, all (or most) LOL.
Complete thread -- All I could come up with was that - panobinostat - too.
Complete thread -- I'm not offshore, she's just making fun of my question without seeming to.
Complete thread -- Is he saying "question"?? like he is not sure ?? WAG
Complete thread -- I think you have it right: monophasic below, meaning below the
Complete thread -- ahhh..monophasic flow of the
Complete thread -- I like your guess better. It fits.
Complete thread -- I feel like a fool. He is saying sparse Gram-negative rods.
Complete thread -- tachypneic
Complete thread -- cachectic? This is a guess.
Complete thread -- what makes you think this is an offshore acct?
Complete thread -- actually, I am having a hard time without hearing it, particularly
Complete thread -- thanks for catching that!
Complete thread -- No, the Impression: was after the superficial femoral on the left.
Complete thread -- no prob. looks like he just repeated external rotation.
Complete thread -- patients receive Velcade, Decadron and either placebo or s/l pan-e-pneumo-stat.
Complete thread -- emergency room - trauma
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- repeat the fraction?
Complete thread -- i would put commas after extension, external rotation, flexion, abduction.
Complete thread -- Betadine-soaked Nu Gauze
Complete thread -- suspicion for infection (knee)
Complete thread -- any suggestions? s/l Apin or A-pin or A-pen? Pls?
Complete thread -- Looks like she thanked a poster who gave her the wrong answer
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- PLS help with ortho note.
Complete thread -- Impresssion?
Complete thread -- Is English not your first language?
Complete thread -- S/L monophasic below sm and wave
Complete thread -- Where do commas go in this sentence?
Complete thread -- yes, that it is, thanks
Complete thread -- maybe said U and SPEP to mean UPEP and SPEP. Doubt tingly,how about
Complete thread -- Without context, I am assuming that the patient is pregnant and her 1st baby was 7 pounds
Complete thread -- ultrasound (US)?
Complete thread -- dictated: her pelvis was proven as 714, please format
Complete thread -- labs for pat with complaints of nerve tingly and numbness. Clearly said US but
Complete thread -- that's what I heard too! flagging
Complete thread -- I hear "Will consider consenting", but that doesn't make sense either.
Complete thread -- Wow... sounds like to me "consider considering him"
Complete thread -- Would consider _________ him on beta blockers
Complete thread -- drainage on the adenoids, also coming from the nose
Complete thread -- I'm a font of useless information!
Complete thread -- a lot of white drainage on the *ad-nuits*, also coming from the nose
Complete thread -- Can't hear but I'll let you know what it was when I hear back from QA. Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- maybe this will help in conjunction with your paragraph (sm)
Complete thread -- I would have never guessed that.Thanks
Complete thread -- WAG tetherball stint? (period of time playing tetherball...)
Complete thread -- foraminal stenosis with probable affect/effect on the exiting
Complete thread -- s/l *tether ball stent*... Any guesses? Thanks
Complete thread -- WAG scaffold device?
Complete thread -- Using a s/l"(an?) Allo dice," I freed up my cuff superiorly
Complete thread -- ;o}
Complete thread -- That's IT. Thanks.
Complete thread -- full-radius?
Complete thread -- "four eighty" or "four ray" shaver
Complete thread -- She does. It even sounds like that. The diabetes goes with the line below. Missed that
Complete thread -- Zetia 10 mg.
Complete thread -- Zetia 10 mg (does the patient have high cholesterol?)
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Anyone good with yawns?
Complete thread -- could the second s/l be 'adjacent to the cor (heart) is of some ...."
Complete thread -- I found on google atrial (A) paces. thanks
Complete thread -- A-sensing is atrial sensing and V-sensing is ventricular sensing (not sure if that helps?)
Complete thread -- yes, sorry---too early in the morning for me.
Complete thread -- pacemaker question..
Complete thread -- It kind of sounds like klor-ez.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help, and yes I meant lip, not lid (typo)
Complete thread -- philtrum
Complete thread -- filtrum (lip, not lid).
Complete thread -- see link for trademark specimen, Pulsavac.
Complete thread -- Word help - upper lip s/l " filter" region
Complete thread -- Seriously? You thought that was rude?? Was only trying to point you in a direction of s.m.
Complete thread -- sounds good to me.
Complete thread -- Thanks...poi ONLY!! Not to the other RUDE poster
Complete thread -- pulse
Complete thread -- would think this could quite easily be googled....
Complete thread -- adjacent to the first? (meaning adjust to the first nodule??)
Complete thread -- Op note help plz
Complete thread -- core of what? sorry, no...doesn't make sense to me.
Complete thread -- I was thinking that it could possibly be "core is" Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- Do you think I'm hearing Kittner?
Complete thread -- No...it sounds like "hip nerve" almost..could this be?
Complete thread -- Pronation and supination were both full. ?? was again inspected ??
Complete thread -- on the second s/l, is the 'ez' 'is'?
Complete thread -- The beginning of it sounds like pars or parts
Complete thread -- finger dissection?
Complete thread -- or partially
Complete thread -- possibly calcified
Complete thread -- please see msg. thank you.
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- the cord was then dissected free from the pelvic floor using *hip-ner*dissection
Complete thread -- never mind it was history...duh
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l deserving immune
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I believe it is presacral not precycle as she is too old for a menstrual cycle. Thanks
Complete thread -- presacral?
Complete thread -- precycle, as in before her menstrual cycle??
Complete thread -- S/L precylce pain. sm
Complete thread -- see link, about 13 hits down....
Complete thread -- not sure what he is saying, but believe the word pronation is the start of a new sentence
Complete thread -- jejunostomy was constructed in a *whits-el* type fashion
Complete thread -- oops, my reading error.. blush
Complete thread -- likely IS CTA computed tomography angiography (eval after the surgery)
Complete thread -- curving very slightly?
Complete thread -- supination of both _____ to be in continuity.
Complete thread -- incision was made *occurring very slightly* along the radial aspect
Complete thread -- wrong?. Not separate at all. "cerebro"vascular accident (CVA)
Complete thread -- "he" is the dictator. "she" is the patient.
Complete thread -- CT/CTA? or status post CT imaging?
Complete thread -- The patient has Moyamoya disease and is status post CVA - 2 separate things
Complete thread -- CT internal mammary artery?
Complete thread -- Having a problem with this term that s/l "CT IMA"
Complete thread -- Thank you, darlene and eemjbh. I'll research that. Fits with the stroke, too.
Complete thread -- Moyamoya?
Complete thread -- I have read, but NOT really familiar moya moya disease, don't use unless certain tho. link
Complete thread -- PA dictating the chief complaint. He states,
Complete thread -- Rapamune (sirolimus) umm, doses you listed is what "each" tablet contains
Complete thread -- those who "intentionally, knowingly" set out to "addict" others, should be jailed 4 ever.
Complete thread -- be sure and catch he/she prob. just typo
Complete thread -- Autism Therapy: Tenex - Intuniv (guanfacine) ? sm
Complete thread -- see if this link helps
Complete thread -- Autism medication s/l "Attenex"
Complete thread -- Thank you for that, my morning kickoff, hope the day gets better, will let you know if QA
Complete thread -- google search for merkel cell lle shows: longitudinal lanceolate ending
Complete thread -- Me either... gave up and flagged it, thanks for looking for me!
Complete thread -- LE is local excision and you have wide local excision. Cannot figure the extra L.
Complete thread -- I wish, says diagnosis is LLE disease later on. Will have to flag, but thanks for the inp
Complete thread -- left lower extremity?
Complete thread -- Patient diagnosed with Merkel cell carcinoma LLE skin. Need to spell out LLE, what
Complete thread -- Yes, there is such a screening process, so relax and get off your high horse.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- soliloquies
Complete thread -- Nursing home resident sm
Complete thread -- bless you!
Complete thread -- http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1298129-overview#aw2aab6b4
Complete thread -- see link to archive regarding healing by secondary intention.
Complete thread -- word help please sm
Complete thread -- Without context here, this is a wild guess, but camptodactyly?
Complete thread -- Yeah, because people who smoke don't deserve to live....
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I just wanna know....how can a pack-a-day smoker qualify for a heart transplant and
Complete thread -- Continuous feeding set (with side port). Gastroduodenal tube. NG tube. Vygon
Complete thread -- site of port?
Complete thread -- Thanks! thats it!
Complete thread -- s.l side port
Complete thread -- 19 mg? Looked it up and it is usually 1, 2 5, or 5 mg
Complete thread -- tp has s/l canthodatacly
Complete thread -- endotracheally intubated?
Complete thread -- She was found to be in PEA and was given epinephrine with a good respo ...
Complete thread -- in other words, he thinks it is all "in her head" rather than
Complete thread -- OncoQuick protocol?
Complete thread -- Got it...he was slurring -- both low-grade and multifocal...etc.
Complete thread -- "The patient was able to de-increase her medications." Doc isn't ESL, either. Gotta
Complete thread -- I'm looking...can't find anything yet... : (
Complete thread -- WAG- rhythm?
Complete thread -- s/l Per Arkensa protocol, iliac crests were identified. Breast CA, mastectomy.
Complete thread -- Anybody up? lol-- GI - please see msg- thanks!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- punctuation help please
Complete thread -- S/l Scapulothoracic *ribbon* motion is abnormal?
Complete thread -- validitory agent?
Complete thread -- I did find thuja occidentalis. However, I think this doctor is reading
Complete thread -- She is also taking a homeopathic supplement ___________. She thinks th ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ichythotherapy
Complete thread -- She still uses a needile puncture and _________ therapy for her hand l ...
Complete thread -- When i saw her last, I prescribed nortriptyline on as a ___________ ag ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- correct.
Complete thread -- Hyphens are needed here right? overweight 12-year 9-month-old female.
Complete thread -- boluses (misspeaking plural boli)
Complete thread -- maybe some additional information might help the helpers.
Complete thread -- rash (and)(or) Stevens-Johnson
Complete thread -- rash and
Complete thread -- metoprolol tartrate
Complete thread -- like this...
Complete thread -- Feeding tubes and water *bulleye* 150 mL 4 times a day was ordered. nm
Complete thread -- like you have it -
Complete thread -- F-Actin
Complete thread -- compensatory
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- facetectomy
Complete thread -- s/l tacitectomy
Complete thread -- will also obtain phosphorus, PTH and *tactin* 25-hydroxy vitamin D levels.
Complete thread -- how would you spell ** compensatorily convex *** sm please
Complete thread -- Never mind--It is XLIF. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Need help with word...
Complete thread -- radiation encephalitis??
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- Pt w/ GERD and epigastric burning w/ radiation "sef a ly tis spin" for a year.
Complete thread -- said 1+, 2+ (may mean 1-2+ (1 to 2+)
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. nm
Complete thread -- no hyphens, it's not in front of/modifying anything. boy, reading something like that
Complete thread -- one-time-a-week sm
Complete thread -- Darlene, that caught my attention too, so I have it flagged. Thanks though!
Complete thread -- double check to see if said Lasix for "pain" (maybe did say it but a diuretic)
Complete thread -- Thanks Morgan.
Complete thread -- here is what a CBC consists of (for next time) sm
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- for next time, here is what WBC consists of sm
Complete thread -- First s/l is neutrophils
Complete thread -- Stuck on medication s/l cabantim sm
Complete thread -- ESL. platelet count of 176, s/l neutra fields of 42% and a s/l forsite of 45%.
Complete thread -- pes cavus
Complete thread -- past medical history, he has had surgery for s/l pedis-calf-us
Complete thread -- Thanks for responding. Great for archive purposes!
Complete thread -- Agree with poi, always account specific. I have one who wants all
Complete thread -- I should have checked back. We can leave one blank if we have to, so I did. Thanks.
Complete thread -- nevermind...that is rather redundant
Complete thread -- multiple multivitamins?
Complete thread -- names are names and could be spelled however....sm for possibly one spelling
Complete thread -- drug s/l mite-a-val
Complete thread -- Korin?
Complete thread -- He's pronouncing like "Core un" :(((
Complete thread -- 1st and (saying plus) 2nd heart sounds, plus systolic murmur?
Complete thread -- He's got the "adjuvant" sounding word in there. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Corrine?
Complete thread -- Thank you POI!!
Complete thread -- IGRT/chemo?? also vauge reference on google of NGRT, but I didn't
Complete thread -- oopps..preoperative was part of cut/paste...doesn't apply here.
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- preoperative (neoadjuvant) radiation therapy (RT) and chemoradiotherapy?
Complete thread -- Girl's name sounds like "Corun" (speaking of the patient's granddaughter)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- everything is account specific :) (my accounts do NOT want a vertical list)
Complete thread -- Pancreatic cancer. Resected with s/l angio RTchemo.
Complete thread -- Is it a rule to list medications under that heading in a numbered vertical list, or
Complete thread -- Me neither. That's exactly how he says it, "one plus two plus systolic murmur"
Complete thread -- Not stupid to me. I don't know what the dictator means.
Complete thread -- Yes, I know it's a stupid question. I've only ever done radiology before.
Complete thread -- It was a stat, so called nurse's station and it is a Sabina, a lift for patients. Thx tho
Complete thread -- The mechanism of regurgitation was s/l "advertised."
Complete thread -- what are the discharge meds?
Complete thread -- No, it s/l "aorto" very clearly. Thanks
Complete thread -- Is this correct? "Heart: 1+, 2 plus systolic murmur." Or "1+, 2+, systolic..." ?
Complete thread -- discharge summary on male patient in for shortness of breath but s.m.
Complete thread -- could he be saying paragraph, next number, or something like that?
Complete thread -- s/l "Aorto" ramus intermedius reverse saphenous vein bypass graft.
Complete thread -- So no commas then it the first sample. Thank you.
Complete thread -- good pulse volume recordings
Complete thread -- Stable peripheral arterial disease. Good pulse volume ____
Complete thread -- does this help? sm
Complete thread -- Does anyone know the rule to apply here? Thanks
Complete thread -- I cannot find the rule to prove, but commas are not needed here. sm
Complete thread -- gadolinium
Complete thread -- Oh, oh, oh, found it. gadolinium
Complete thread -- Kidney cancer. ESL. not be able to have a s/l gotalenium with MRI scan and maybe he
Complete thread -- thanks - maybe and has not been repeated. Cardiac enzymes...
Complete thread -- thanks! I thought I heard something about oral!
Complete thread -- I think I might hear "Repeat of cardiac enzymes" but not 100%
Complete thread -- She has a hx of s/l rye-cher to Stevens-Johnson reaction. ROS otherwise unremarkable.
Complete thread -- FWIW, there are a couple dictionaries via onelook that list that
Complete thread -- ? "correcting" himself and saying 1 perle, which I wouldn't use.
Complete thread -- I think he is, though it does make sense to me.
Complete thread -- herniagenic - Is doc making this word up? sm
Complete thread -- and magnesium was 1.7 _____. Cardiac enzymes were negative.
Complete thread -- good one!
Complete thread -- Good guess but he says p.o. clearly with Ultram. You might be right though.
Complete thread -- diabetes on oral agents?
Complete thread -- p.o. ??
Complete thread -- Tessalon Perles 1 tab (then says what s/l "1 paul") q.8h. p.r.n.
Complete thread -- diabetes mellitus
Complete thread -- hypertension, diabetes, _____, coronary artery bypass surgery, five,
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- not sure where the better punctuation helpers are, but it looks fine to me.
Complete thread -- Pls help me with punctuation. thanks!
Complete thread -- hi, thanks - just got it "well-known" at lightning speed!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will go with it.
Complete thread -- it's looks good to me, I would add a comma or *of* after home dose
Complete thread -- perhaps was going to say woman and realized already said female?
Complete thread -- Ms. Patient is a plesant 62yo female s/l wum under the phyl med & rehab service.
Complete thread -- Sent wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- He says this in 1 big breath. Not sure that despite should start a new sentence.
Complete thread -- Flagged. I find nothing close to the jumbled word he's saying.
Complete thread -- upper lid, lateral s/l tarsoanlocus is slightly swollen, irritated from I think XXX t
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- per urethra
Complete thread -- are you sure about peri? (see link)
Complete thread -- sm. s/l periurethra (should this be periurethrally?)
Complete thread -- fibrocartilage complex
Complete thread -- MRI of left wrist. triangular s/l fibercall and complec is within normal limits, sca
Complete thread -- During conversational exchanges, pt exhibited mild s/l lonomula with smg
Complete thread -- here is some info on a foam if you are hearing it clearly
Complete thread -- graft bone putty?
Complete thread -- 1. with a scab?
Complete thread -- packed approximately 6 mL of cancellous cubes & 10 mL*graft-foam*putty into the wound
Complete thread -- sounds fine to me.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I just could not make out that first word.
Complete thread -- We then used a *bur to bur* the inner cavity...Is this correct?
Complete thread -- apical ballooning syndrome
Complete thread -- Resent. Weird!
Complete thread -- did mp3 post?
Complete thread -- history of ballooning syndrome? Apical? left ventricular ballooning syndrome?
Complete thread -- the 2nd is and also edema.
Complete thread -- MP3 file. She does have Takotsubo cardiomyopathy. Did not think that sounded like
Complete thread -- Thanks. When I googled I kept getting a link to someone's myspace. LOL
Complete thread -- Adanta Behavioral Health Services
Complete thread -- . The social worker has recommended a followup with s/l A-Daunt-a and referral to sm
Complete thread -- there are exceptions - solid volumes (example: prostate volume)
Complete thread -- Yes, I was thinking there were a few exceptions but I guess not, at least not
Complete thread -- according to BOS2 (sm)
Complete thread -- I guess we have to use mL for postvoid residual also, right? Postvoid residual was
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- NM, flagged and sent, had other blanks from not being able
Complete thread -- Absolutely should flag if it is not clear.
Complete thread -- Yes, she might be saying Just cefzil but I'll flag it.
Complete thread -- Okay, I will flag it. Thank you. :)
Complete thread -- You never guess with meds/allergies.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- Not sure about the "j" sound, but there is Cefzil?
Complete thread -- Miss Alaska's
Complete thread -- Help me please. Allergies: s/l ja-sef-a-cil ???
Complete thread -- Also BBS or BBS-Plus
Complete thread -- BSS - balanced salt solution - very common with eye surgery
Complete thread -- After placing him on the *T-vac* table in the beach chair position
Complete thread -- Epilepsy report s/l ** danza ** EEG and ** rad **
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- *DDS* irrigation - is this right... not sure of documentation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- with #0 Vicryl stitches and _____ with 4-0 intracuticular stitches
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- right inguinal hernia
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- the GIA was fired at the base of the mesoappendix?
Complete thread -- the GIA was (?), Endocatch and by means of the
Complete thread -- Old wav
Complete thread -- appendix, _____ the mesoappendix. ... EndoCatch and _____ of the left lower qu
Complete thread -- yes, thanks tons.
Complete thread -- Does this work?
Complete thread -- both in the sacral region and high lumbar spine.
Complete thread -- A repeat MRI showed the same degenerative changes with s/l "talla-loff cysts"
Complete thread -- Okay, since I can edit, I'm just putting in "in her life.."
Complete thread -- maybe she forgot/got confused about which patient she was dictating on?
Complete thread -- maybe- this lascar's life?
Complete thread -- I agree with this s/l. I don't know how that doc could possibly
Complete thread -- you got me, then. sounds kind of like... (see inside)
Complete thread -- I think she is trying to be witty- this **'s life right now- comparing her to something..
Complete thread -- no. the patien't name is totally different, not even similar..
Complete thread -- the patient's name? in Miss ____'s life? If so, please delete immediately.
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks! Doc speaking about many thing going on in this woman's life...
Complete thread -- orthopedics
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I have a British physician who uses this term - INT
Complete thread -- s/l INT or I&T?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- frown lines.
Complete thread -- She is interested in having the glabellar and the forehead lines reduc ...
Complete thread -- probaby off the cuff
Complete thread -- flag; not good to guess at doseages
Complete thread -- ASR picked up 15 but s/l 50 (is 50 correct or is it 15?)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- manual differential ...
Complete thread -- if it is 1 week of past treatment, it would be week's treatment. If i ...
Complete thread -- yes, Arizona. Thanks!
Complete thread -- as per the previous weeks’ treatment. (Is it weeks' or week's treatment?)
Complete thread -- s/l "my know" differential revealed 83% polys,......"
Complete thread -- oops, put apostrophe in wrong place. Bashas'
Complete thread -- at Basha's (sounds like to me). Is patient in Arizona?
Complete thread -- industry??
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- wav matches post below "still no good access was achieved"
Complete thread -- wav does not match text
Complete thread -- Yep, just coming back to say I heard that. Thanks BB.
Complete thread -- 2.25 grams q. 8 hours.
Complete thread -- We will give Zosyn but have to reduce the dose to 2.25 grams at "three eight" hours
Complete thread -- that there was no additional *off the cut*. A balloon catheter of 50
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- portion of the duodenum. _____ sheath was protruding through the papilla _______
Complete thread -- ?possibly vecuronium or one of the other *curonium drugs
Complete thread -- Got Versed. Thanks. Now need to find the other one. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- ____and Versed? (prior to intubation)
Complete thread -- factor number set? Please s/m
Complete thread -- effect (nm)
Complete thread -- He is not getting any effect from the fentanyl patch (effect I think, or is it
Complete thread -- maybe as in dorsal wheal (of anesthetic)???
Complete thread -- flexor tendon sheath block and a "s/l dorsal will" with 1% lidocaine
Complete thread -- Duh, I knew that! Sometimes I wonder about myself! Thanks billybob=)
Complete thread -- no DIP or PIP since the great toe only has two phalanges SM
Complete thread -- Clearly says "TEP joints" not DIP, PIP, etc. Anyone heard of this?
Complete thread -- comma after risk imo
Complete thread -- That's interesting. He said it again in social history. The patient used to work
Complete thread -- should say to "increase" serum calcium in post above.
Complete thread -- I guess it could be D4, which apparently is used to treat hypoparathyroidism
Complete thread -- There is a place Wind Gap, Pennsylvania.....
Complete thread -- Can anyone document a "Windy Gap Tavern" in Philadelphia? It sounds
Complete thread -- I do know it is ergocalciferol D2, but is there a short form that s/l OSO?
Complete thread -- As well, doc says in report s/l OSO-D2 50,000 units (does not sound like "vitamin" D2)
Complete thread -- Patient is on vitamin D2 50,000 units 2x/week. So what is s/l Dee-Fort?
Complete thread -- He must mean Pancrease (but it's discontinued) and 40,000 units because the old
Complete thread -- Pancreaz?
Complete thread -- In all honesty, have you brought it to his attention? Do you really
Complete thread -- According to AAMT BOS, just Viscoat is fine.
Complete thread -- He's saying "pancreas" (not Pancrease) 40,000 milligrams"
Complete thread -- sure could. (didn't realize you were the OP)
Complete thread -- Never mind thanks!
Complete thread -- Viscoat or VisCoat??? am finding it both ways
Complete thread -- could it be phaco blade???
Complete thread -- Fugo blade?
Complete thread -- Sickle Edge blade sm
Complete thread -- also finding "Velcro” rales
Complete thread -- no, its reasonably clear (accent) a s/l would be spatial, but that's odd too sm
Complete thread -- inspiratory rales are suggestive of some type of interstitial pneumonitis....
Complete thread -- symmetrical?
Complete thread -- I didn't research, but could it be sickle (as in its shape?)
Complete thread -- I have researched this and can't figure it out Thanks again
Complete thread -- Phacoemulsification
Complete thread -- what is the therapy for? dx other than psychiatric?
Complete thread -- is it just me, or does this sentence seem strange? pls sm
Complete thread -- Apparently TLSO jackets are also referred to as clam (see link)
Complete thread -- shoot, posted on wrong post (please ignore)
Complete thread -- Apparently TLSO jackets are also referred to as clam (see link)
Complete thread -- s/l weekly "barfifa" therapy
Complete thread -- flagged tx
Complete thread -- I didn't call the OP Archie, but I was trying to make a point. The
Complete thread -- wav pls
Complete thread -- thanks, hear that now!
Complete thread -- assays are still pending
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- In all fairness, they could have the same problems I have trying to post
Complete thread -- Patient with bone mets from melanoma needs to wear a s/l clam jacket for protection.
Complete thread -- PERC rule?
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. he got a blank. one of many.
Complete thread -- rule? "clinical prediction rule score" but not PERC.
Complete thread -- btw, it is some sort of a test. her "PERCROO" score was 0.
Complete thread -- this is how he spelled a name: P-E-R-C-roo. what is a roo???
Complete thread -- You're welcome.
Complete thread -- You're welcome.
Complete thread -- You're welcome.
Complete thread -- 20 R (insulin) and 20 N (insulin)???
Complete thread -- Correct?
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- bilateral spermatocelectomies
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- needle knive was used, it was still no good. Access was achieved....
Complete thread -- access was achieved..
Complete thread -- anything is possible, I just think it is more likely to be a radiologist than a
Complete thread -- perhaps Teflon sheath?
Complete thread -- with the biliary system??
Complete thread -- yep interventional cardiology (they do a LOT of stuff) sm
Complete thread -- perhaps the sheath?
Complete thread -- also don't think a cyst was cannulated...
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- I think ok, kinda medical use/slang stuff. Mimimal use of sphincterotome (instrument) sm
Complete thread -- put there by...are you sure that isn't radiologist? (not sure why a cardiologist
Complete thread -- After attempts to cannulate the papilla, ____-knife was used _______was achiev
Complete thread -- dilated duct and stone (not stool in the biliary system)
Complete thread -- use of it makes sense to me - minimal use of the 'tome.
Complete thread -- and cloudy bile were noted to come from *the bile*
Complete thread -- fibrous rind is okay too. sm
Complete thread -- I believe penned would be correct. Cautery/cutting instrument looks like a pen link
Complete thread -- the opening but very minimal *use of it* was done realizing ... additional *off the
Complete thread -- A *graphic* sheath was protruding through the papilla *pulled there*by Interventional
Complete thread -- sentinel node?
Complete thread -- perhaps mural
Complete thread -- Abdomen -- ovarian cancer patient
Complete thread -- ultrasound of what? (there are nodes all over) obturator node?
Complete thread -- Not really documenting this and not familiar with it...
Complete thread -- If you have conflicting info, then you're using the wrong resources.
Complete thread -- Unless you are 100%, it is best to flag or ask someone at your facility
Complete thread -- Thank you all...definitely a "phen" or "fin" in there.
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now. Will flag.
Complete thread -- Once all of the fibrous rind could be *penned* and removed from the lung....
Complete thread -- it's an error
Complete thread -- There is plenty of documentation. Punctuation goes INSIDE quotes. Always has. At least in
Complete thread -- Tessier's Surgical Word Book shows Perma-Cath catheter as well as PermCath catheter sm
Complete thread -- Good answer. What I don't get is - why do we now have to put the (sm)
Complete thread -- I mean he had 1, either or - so has. Not have, which would be if he had both (MRI and
Complete thread -- Thanks, all! I have a question...why do I keep hearing PAN and not pan-IN or similar?
Complete thread -- He has had either an MRI or a myelogram (he is not sure), which has failed
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I'll check that out further. I don't need to expand but I do need
Complete thread -- I was coming back to say PanIN but see it already.
Complete thread -- pancreatic intraepithelial neoplasm (PanIN) ?
Complete thread -- A bit more info as doc went on to say this (which might contain some clues)....
Complete thread -- He said it again. His pancreatic resected margins were positive for *PAN* grade 2 and 3.
Complete thread -- Probably not CIN. Found Pancreatic transection margin and other phrases that seem
Complete thread -- status post Whipple procedure with resected margins showing *PAM* grade 2 and 3.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Nope, not me, I wouldn't. So, dictator said "parenthesis?" which is ok. nm
Complete thread -- should "he" be capped inside the parenthesis? sm please
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- rash-like ?
Complete thread -- This is a good one, as well http://www.rxlist.com/cardura-drug.htm
Complete thread -- Supporting info is drugs.com. My links never work but will try.
Complete thread -- Not capped, brand name is Cardura
Complete thread -- doxazosin (capped or not). I have conflicting info.
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- You know what, I think he meant to say varus slash valgus stressing, and got his words in
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- stressing makes sense.
Complete thread -- Maybe you are hearing varus and valgus stressing.
Complete thread -- likely dictator is stumbling, backtracking there is varus and valgus stress test sm & link
Complete thread -- Permcath® sm
Complete thread -- Thank you...I was clicking instead of hitting enter
Complete thread -- Upper left corner in the block under word board, type in
Complete thread -- varus stressing/ (s/l duressing or stressing) of lateral collateral ligament...
Complete thread -- I must be doing something wrong, because I put that in there and
Complete thread -- Lots of posts in the archives.
Complete thread -- Permcath, PermCath, Perma-Cath, permacath...please help TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks!! That is what I put
Complete thread -- cinnamon has been mentioned with diabetes. can't get testeen sm
Complete thread -- Testim (testosterone), and yes, cinnamon is taken as a supplement.
Complete thread -- if can switch? The discs and bones of the spine unfortunately were not well imaged
Complete thread -- definitely months' time
Complete thread -- drug help please s/l cinnamon and s/l testeen 1% See inside
Complete thread -- Brain freeze. Simple question, but I am confuddled! LOL
Complete thread -- The discs and bones unfortunately of the spine were not well imaged
Complete thread -- ESL dictator patient facial numbness and s/l brush like pain in the same area. TIA
Complete thread -- (not to worry! We've all BTDT: been there, done that! :-)
Complete thread -- Oh me, never mind, he was talking about diabetes drugs and it is Lantus.
Complete thread -- For prostate cancer he is on a combination apparently of s/l *.. Ctus* Very unclear
Complete thread -- you are welcome!
Complete thread -- THANKS!!
Complete thread -- Oops, I c&pee'd without correcting case: eptifibatide is generic, lower case. Sorry!
Complete thread -- Integrilin (Eptifibatide), drug uses, dosage, side effects, drug interactions, warnings, r
Complete thread -- med sounds like either telegrin or intelegran (not sure if "and" before it or not)
Complete thread -- OYPT! (oh, you poor thing!) SM
Complete thread -- It is not off the "elbow." Listen for "L-0," maybe. SM
Complete thread -- "spica" = Latin for "ear," as in "ear of corn." (not an eponym, so no upper case)
Complete thread -- Apparently, "spica" is not an eponym but rather a description, so no upper case.
Complete thread -- Her x-ray of the L-spine shows that she has a small *right rib off the ...
Complete thread -- correction: apparently no upper case for "spica cast," so I presume "single leg spica"
Complete thread -- (my feeling exactly!:-)
Complete thread -- lol. a horrifying but somewhat funny image. applying countertraction to the head
Complete thread -- lol. a horrifying but somewhat funny image. applying countertraction to the head
Complete thread -- Thanks. :) Was just coming to say I'd found the same.
Complete thread -- I found a Diascan blood glucose monitoring device.
Complete thread -- MP3. Patient with diabetes mellitus type 2. Part of plan...
Complete thread -- Nope, not a genius. Just mom to a kid with multiple TM ruptures, lol.
Complete thread -- Or, if pt is female, maybe doc's "hair" actually means "her" (hair, understood) follicles?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- (excellent guess: furuncles arising from hair follicles?)
Complete thread -- Way WAG: generic of Miacalcin (calcitonin-salmon, meaning "derived from salmon.") ???
Complete thread -- (wild guess, you're a genius! :-)
Complete thread -- I think "single leg Spica" could be okay there. Was it a hip replacement? SM
Complete thread -- (somehow I overlooked OP's "tah" in subject line. My bad! :-)
Complete thread -- No, it doesn't make sense. They don't yank on the pt's head to get leverage to pull out
Complete thread -- well,....heck!...You sure fooled me!!! (I spouted off w/o reading whole message:-) Heaven
Complete thread -- but she's not having a baby she's having a hysterectomy
Complete thread -- just a slip. He intended "fetal head."
Complete thread -- says maternal head pretty clearly. does that make sense? (tah procedure)
Complete thread -- My impression is that the dictator is making the point that gen. endotracheal anesthesia
Complete thread -- Thank you all.
Complete thread -- I agree with Margaret, I have seen in trauma cases that general
Complete thread -- for fetal distress, anesthesia provider and surgeon are entrusted with TWO lives, not one.
Complete thread -- (huge difference between a planned surgery and an "emergent" surgery, say, for fetal distr
Complete thread -- Yes, imo. The anesthe(tist)(siologist) might give a med to counteract stomach acid, or
Complete thread -- Would a pt be given general endotracheal anesthesia if ate 3 hours ago?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Great link!
Complete thread -- Never mind - sent it.
Complete thread -- prosthesis?
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thanks. : )
Complete thread -- vascular sheath
Complete thread -- the s/l "van hoose" has a long graft that certainly can be excess.
Complete thread -- The s/l "vasculis steet" was removed and pressure was applied.
Complete thread -- survey?
Complete thread -- A s/l "vay"laparoscopy was performed
Complete thread -- Ace wrap in a s/l "single leg spica" fashion.
Complete thread -- juxtaposed past participle, past tense of jux·ta·pose Verb: Pla ...
Complete thread -- maybe saying juxtaposed or stutter on juxtaposition?
Complete thread -- The sl*juxt-a-pud* position with reference to the dentate line suggested that this
Complete thread -- I find most often, segs or neutrophils are stated first and highest amount
Complete thread -- agree with this possible... generic name is prasugrel
Complete thread -- yes! Thank you!
Complete thread -- NM - It is Effient
Complete thread -- I will give him a script for *A F end* and hopefully he can get that,
Complete thread -- maybe the pt on a ventilator? (with a vent in place at a ventricular rate of 69 a guessss
Complete thread -- Me too. I hate wasting my time going in the wrong direction, lol.
Complete thread -- cotton ball?
Complete thread -- s/l car-mole Venezuelan doc
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you. : )
Complete thread -- I was waiting for more information before I tried to look.
Complete thread -- rings?
Complete thread -- NVM
Complete thread -- SPECIMENS: Sigmoid colon and anastomotic s/l "rains" to Pathology
Complete thread -- medication s/l calcifen or casafen
Complete thread -- paroxsymal tachycardia, can't get the rest
Complete thread -- Obviously is part of heart exam
Complete thread -- I think should have comma
Complete thread -- s/l *crease*... Any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- I would use a comma. It's an afterthought or justification to the previous
Complete thread -- glad I checked. One of my docs uses this a lot.
Complete thread -- no comma
Complete thread -- don't know if you looked at Normal Labs. normal for eos is 0-7% sm
Complete thread -- Should I use a comma before "given"? See below
Complete thread -- i didnt think so, it s/l Hnt but i dont know what it else it could be ...
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now.
Complete thread -- i think thats what sounds right! thank you!! ...
Complete thread -- If it says lympho and monos, is it better to spell out lymphocytes and ...
Complete thread -- Pt admitted to hospital. Under plan, doc states: *FEEN:* No IV fluids.
Complete thread -- could it be 13% lymphs?
Complete thread -- NSR wouldn't be determined on HEENT exam.
Complete thread -- Normal Labs link would give you the normals, if interested.
Complete thread -- i think the first ( ) is eosinophils, then it sounds like 13% less, 1% ...
Complete thread -- HEENT revealed a normal sinus rhythm at 115 with a (___) in place at a ...
Complete thread -- check these out and maybe you can hear one of these -- see message
Complete thread -- the ( ) are what i cant figure out.
Complete thread -- easily resected?
Complete thread -- That would be it. Thanks!!! Have a wonderful weekend!
Complete thread -- choana?
Complete thread -- s/l colina
Complete thread -- mass that was s/l "equally resected that was resected by us."
Complete thread -- ?furuncles
Complete thread -- I hear tachycardia, not atrial fibrillation, but still can't figure out blank.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- how to find for next time. Google.com enter your phrase sm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- increase in size?
Complete thread -- it was mild retrognathia
Complete thread -- s/l "in case and size"... Does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- ty. wil have another listen
Complete thread -- Some docs do pronounce "ceph" as keff instead of seff
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! That makes better sense. : )
Complete thread -- otocephaly? ARe you sure about "mitral" retrognathia? thinking micro
Complete thread -- The patient has had no increase in *hair frau numicles* or ulceration. No iritis.
Complete thread -- ?fungus on GMS stain
Complete thread -- No fungus on *GMS* veins. Cannot document GMS vein or that fungus
Complete thread -- perhaps just adding/correcting that the 4.0 should be cm also.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- She had mild s/l oligo-keff-ley
Complete thread -- I hear exactly what you did...could be the power of suggestion, cuz
Complete thread -- posted.
Complete thread -- A Wharton's duct? Do you not have any kind of reference book where you can look up "duct"
Complete thread -- mouth ranula surgery: It appeared to be related to s/l Vorthin's or Avorthan's duct
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- moderate overload, declining status
Complete thread -- go ahead and post
Complete thread -- will wait to post
Complete thread -- She does note vein _______ into an unusual extent over her hands
Complete thread -- wav reposted.. thanks
Complete thread -- That's the ticket, just do it however you "feel." No need to ask punctuation questions
Complete thread -- Oh no, just posted over your wav. So sorry.
Complete thread -- carried through this interval where the ______ of the radiocapitellar
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks sooooo much
Complete thread -- and Kenan Aksu. used the above links for doctors trying just the first s.m.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- found a Dr. Errol Aksu
Complete thread -- Wound measures width 4.0, depth 0.2 cm s/l all centimeters.
Complete thread -- looking for a neurogeon in Pennsylvania that s/l Dr. AX SUE
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- rent
Complete thread -- was a transverse*rin*in the extensor retinaculum at level of inferior pole of patella
Complete thread -- I'll look that up. Thank you!
Complete thread -- I'll look that up. Thank you!
Complete thread -- V-Y adjustment?
Complete thread -- Patient has had previous cleft lip repair.
Complete thread -- ECU and anconeus
Complete thread -- PCU and *conus interval* was then found.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- that's more like it
Complete thread -- I really hope you come back to see this. You just pretty much do it
Complete thread -- s/l light diathermy cautery was performed
Complete thread -- I did find it on Google now. TY.
Complete thread -- shoulder arthroscopy - ever heard of S/L "Corolla" being used?
Complete thread -- I hear traction suture.
Complete thread -- oh of course!!!
Complete thread -- and TEE (transesophageal echocardiogram)
Complete thread -- MRI of the brain and MRA of the head and neck along with a 2D echo, "n t e e",
Complete thread -- infraducted.... light-? thermocautery
Complete thread -- globe _____ was fashioned from the... The _____ was performed.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- inserters?
Complete thread -- or cylinders?
Complete thread -- seeds
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- visual field deficit?
Complete thread -- brachytherapy _____ were removed. Patient with DCIS
Complete thread -- brachytherapy _____ were removed. Patient with DCIS
Complete thread -- Visual???
Complete thread -- Frequent falls. "re-u-fil" deficit. Rule out intracranial pathology such as
Complete thread -- Uzbekistani?
Complete thread -- Could be but there is something before it then. I am flagging.
Complete thread -- ? Kausani American female (from India)
Complete thread -- It's #1. As per actual rules of punctuation.
Complete thread -- s/l rusbekasany american
Complete thread -- The entire report does not mention any anchors, but I will leave your spelling for now.
Complete thread -- This is not a matter of opinion/whatever you want. Actual documentation provided above
Complete thread -- They are suture anchors (just to make it more confusing!)
Complete thread -- I was just confused because JuggerKnot refers to an anchor not suture
Complete thread -- Not whatever you want, but whatever necessary. Where I work, no unnecessary commas.
Complete thread -- use JuggerKnot as it is the trademark name from Biomet
Complete thread -- Spelled JuggerKnot or juggernaut suture? Thanks1
Complete thread -- LOL! As you can tell, commas are just whatever you want to do. No 2 is correct
Complete thread -- regading his radicular pain, he will contact us if this should recur and if necessary, we
Complete thread -- No. 1.
Complete thread -- maybe a local web program tobacco something
Complete thread -- No. 2 IMO
Complete thread -- comma question which of these looks better?
Complete thread -- had to flag and send it... will post a f/u if i get qa input, thanks
Complete thread -- smoking cessation through ** web tpa **
Complete thread -- Not sure but this is a great site for narrowing it down
Complete thread -- Spartacore?
Complete thread -- etc.,
Complete thread -- wild guess: VRE in urine?
Complete thread -- s/l spartiper (right lower ext angiography)
Complete thread -- Yes, I found that and now I think he is actually saying Ativan. Tx much
Complete thread -- I know they use thiamine?
Complete thread -- An alcoholic patient --once he stopped alcohol, she provided s/l *adamine* for
Complete thread -- I got it. Fixed arm exercises. nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Please listen to .mp3 file. sm
Complete thread -- This is what I hear. sm
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- And if so, he probably exaggerates "length" too.
Complete thread -- Maybe the guy just can't judge distance very well, lol.
Complete thread -- yeah, I thought I heard that, too. He landed on concrete with nothing more than some
Complete thread -- it is both negative and trace because one is urine dipstick and other is on microscopy
Complete thread -- thank you BOTH so very much. I truly appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- Use a comma or don't use anything, it reads fine without the colon.
Complete thread -- Sorry...I would flag the leukocytes part because it doesn't make sense...
Complete thread -- IMO, it's okay for pH to be written as PH at the beginning of the sentence. I would...sm
Complete thread -- I have 1 s/l and 1 question. PLEASE someone help me with this urology report.
Complete thread -- IMO......patchy, slightly rasied, punctate red lesions
Complete thread -- yes, in my opinion
Complete thread -- I was reluctant to say so, but hearing the same.
Complete thread -- sounds to me like "he was 160 feet."
Complete thread -- anybody ever hear of URI in urine?? she says the patient has a history of URI in
Complete thread -- any more commas needed? SM
Complete thread -- patient with annerysm hemorrhage. CT scan looks good with very tiny s/l ky-lat-tic
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- immigrate to, emigrate from
Complete thread -- "emigrated or immigrated" Know what each means, but seems like either
Complete thread -- a sensor wire and "drove" up into the kidney
Complete thread -- ?bony sm
Complete thread -- hmmm wondering if he read or was thinking"Karen" and meant Sarah catheter
Complete thread -- I usually spell it out as etcetera when it doesn't end a sentence, even
Complete thread -- that's it! thanks
Complete thread -- was a bit confused on period part after etc!
Complete thread -- acid peptic disease, maybe? ...
Complete thread -- may make mention of this or symptom of, elsewhere in report?
Complete thread -- looks fine to me, that is how I would do it.
Complete thread -- In ROS, just says s/l "passa peptic disease" - possibly "positive" but don't hear it.
Complete thread -- No, definitely productive
Complete thread -- he had MRI, carotid Doppler, etc. and all were negative. period of etc?
Complete thread -- see if next word is protective changes.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- 10 to the power of 5 (100,000)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I've been MIA for awhile a little intimidated right now. Dif ...
Complete thread -- 10 to the 5th is how I'd write it
Complete thread -- you are most likely correct. Thanks a bunch for that link! that's awe ...
Complete thread -- And that's what it is on the Spanish version of the MMSE.
Complete thread -- urine culture results
Complete thread -- manzana? (apple)
Complete thread -- thanks for looking. will have to flag. don't speak Spanish ...
Complete thread -- Femoral neck nonunion
Complete thread -- urine culture results
Complete thread -- Spanish speaking help
Complete thread -- definition of that for archives -sm
Complete thread -- n/v chronotropic
Complete thread -- If the patient has some s/l *crone-a-topic* insufficiency or continued bradycardia,
Complete thread -- forgot to copy/paste link
Complete thread -- think it is "had a poor stick." then "Ultrasound showed..." the poor stick --sm
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down for heaven sakes. sm
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- see message, might also say, 2 AVR abbrev.aortic valve repair and aortic valve replacement
Complete thread -- that was it - poor stick ultrasound
Complete thread -- got it - lobster claw
Complete thread -- ?there is a product called Thick-It
Complete thread -- ORIF of humeral shaft. s/l walter call clamp plse sm
Complete thread -- Keeps saying "thickets" and clear liquids
Complete thread -- Thanks...I googled UTI antibiotic prophylaxis..guess I was just missing the 50/5
Complete thread -- sorry, entered too soon - just awaiting QA on it. appreciate it
Complete thread -- thanks, I
Complete thread -- google *50/5 uti prophylaxis
Complete thread -- primsaw?
Complete thread -- I believe it to be poor stick. (verb) (noun stick being a probe).
Complete thread -- I think the "stick" part could be right, but I'm going to flag it - I'll let you know
Complete thread -- yes....I think it is extant
Complete thread -- ?extant (currently or actually existing)
Complete thread -- existent?
Complete thread -- NexGen?
Complete thread -- dang! I thought that was it :)
Complete thread -- no - but good one!!!!!
Complete thread -- Yes! I looked above and didn't even see it (now I do). Thanks.
Complete thread -- existing? (assuming she has had the left side done already)
Complete thread -- does this make sense? s/l "ex-tent"
Complete thread -- ?sm
Complete thread -- pulse-transit ultrasound
Complete thread -- no but thanks
Complete thread -- He did have a discussion with his nephrologist at University of Pennsylvania, Dr.
Complete thread -- upper extremity?
Complete thread -- totally stumped here, s/l "poor stick ultrasound" plse sm for context.
Complete thread -- Thanks. It is vein hook.
Complete thread -- could be, but di you try googling for this phrase?
Complete thread -- S/L vein hook used sm
Complete thread -- secured so that it would not
Complete thread -- Here it is again in another file. I think we missed something in the first file. sm
Complete thread -- I think you're right. Thanks
Complete thread -- bow
Complete thread -- x-ray shows a "wow" in the ulna.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for answering! This doc has dyslexia and it would make sense that he
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much.
Complete thread -- Patanase
Complete thread -- so that it would not migrate proximally
Complete thread -- so it will not migrate proximally
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks then I got would not migrate proximally. Not the first part anyone?
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "____ migrate proximally"
Complete thread -- inaudible words on WAVE sm
Complete thread -- mucous fluid.
Complete thread -- contains a lot of mucus in the fluid?
Complete thread -- Mucus is a noun and mucous is an adjective.
Complete thread -- The vomitus contains a lot of "mucous fluid" (or would it be "mucus/fluid"?)
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! :) ...
Complete thread -- forced duction
Complete thread -- forced duction test?
Complete thread -- ... no restriction found. (is the rest of the sentence). ...
Complete thread -- Eye testing
Complete thread -- could IMA- LIMA?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- I think it's blood vessels - ty !
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- does a "C2 IMA" make sense? For that matter, "AVRBP"?
Complete thread -- blood vessels?
Complete thread -- arteries?
Complete thread -- See msg.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- ?Welch Allyn
Complete thread -- can't hear it, but would make sense with commas.
Complete thread -- Propionibacterium acnes
Complete thread -- need some ortho help plse plse sm
Complete thread -- Sounds like "pana-dase" medication, for sinus problems.
Complete thread -- help needed for some type of shoulder bacterium.
Complete thread -- anoscope?
Complete thread -- proceeded with anoscopy, both with a lighted*well-shalon*and Hill-Ferguson retractors
Complete thread -- Skip this, thanks. Finished.
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestions below. I'm not sure if maybe he's even
Complete thread -- double balloon endoscopy. (DBE)?
Complete thread -- enteroscopy?
Complete thread -- Morel-Lavallée
Complete thread -- Small bowel capsule endoscopy or double balloon *end-or-rography.* Please sm for
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- fibular head is subluxated
Complete thread -- fluid collection consistent with a s/l "mir-ala-boli" lesion.
Complete thread -- This comes later and could help or not?
Complete thread -- S/L figurehead subluxated sm and WAVE
Complete thread -- is there anything that can be done with punctuation to make this better?
Complete thread -- calproctectin - check spelling please
Complete thread -- bacterial culture?
Complete thread -- Test that sounds like cow protectin.
Complete thread -- That makes sense. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Possibly. Fits pronunciation even if his spelling is so far off. Is it a fancy way of
Complete thread -- only FOS (flexible sigmoidoscopy) was carried out - couldn't get past the sigmoid
Complete thread -- ?en face
Complete thread -- Thanks. Was going to and then changed my mind - again.
Complete thread -- I would go with "site," meaning correctly placed.
Complete thread -- Ugh, ESL. Failed colonoscopy, "*on foss* exam was carried out. Endoscope withdrawn"
Complete thread -- Sight or site. I think I am overthinking this!
Complete thread -- thank you very much!
Complete thread -- SAB=spontaneous abortion, TAB=therapeutic abortion
Complete thread -- In Gyn history what does the "S" in G2, P0, SAb 2" mean?
Complete thread -- Exactly. They may spell it clearly - clearly wrong though.
Complete thread -- Sometimes what they spell and what it actually is can be 2 different things.
Complete thread -- Darn, nothing there. Thanks though. I think this is a relatively new catheter.
Complete thread -- Great site at link that is noted, go to K's and see what matches
Complete thread -- same as for previous poster, go to drugs.com and put in the first few letters to narrow
Complete thread -- Transradial approach cardiac cath, s/l and spelled out Karen catheter
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Go to drugs.com and put in the first few letters
Complete thread -- Azulfidine, Asulfidine or Azulfadine?
Complete thread -- kilopascals (kPa)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- complex carbohydrates
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Quadriceps strength measured *in killow-path scales:* On right, 37 KP. On
Complete thread -- mucin
Complete thread -- Biopsy of rash showed spongiosis with s/l "dermal musin".
Complete thread -- WAG iridescent?
Complete thread -- Skin is normal. No (s/l ee-no-docent) lesions or red lesions on the s ...
Complete thread -- STIR images will differentiate old fractures from acute ones
Complete thread -- Ack, NM! I just googled and found it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- His bladder needs to be *decompressed* consistently with catheterizations.
Complete thread -- I would NOT flag it. Often these questions are routine and have to be asked and documented
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down.. umm, STIR images sm
Complete thread -- the abdomen through the incision ____ before
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- under/over (checking under and over contents for bleeding areas?)
Complete thread -- yes!
Complete thread -- WAG Chem BG as in blood glucose?
Complete thread -- ohhh phiff, can't have both ways, no wav complain, no text complain
Complete thread -- lab for pat with AS
Complete thread -- abdomen was then fully lavaged *under order* examination
Complete thread -- I heard part of it as "except for the Veress needle"
Complete thread -- The incision was then _____ Veress needle
Complete thread -- previously seen?
Complete thread -- NM, I'll flag. Need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Retrograde pyelogram. There was a cyst that was *quoted-lee* seen... Please sm for
Complete thread -- extended?
Complete thread -- You bet!
Complete thread -- The wound was *tender* through skin and subcutaneous tissue.
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- open?
Complete thread -- Poison Ivy. Rash with itching but no s/l groven crusting or weeping.
Complete thread -- cont. It's MALT.
Complete thread -- Apparently my ears were off. It
Complete thread -- sm thx.
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- Exact sentence please.
Complete thread -- Thank you :)
Complete thread -- Yep.
Complete thread -- Cystoscopy, s/l "splinter" ureteroscope was removed; make sense?
Complete thread -- MAOT, s/p gastric resection. Clear as a bell, cannot document MAOT. Help please.
Complete thread -- That is probably the only thing it could be. Thanks
Complete thread -- fluticasone??
Complete thread -- I think it means like I posted above, "taste therapy"/pleasure feeding, to help get the
Complete thread -- please see wave sm
Complete thread -- I bet it is. Had already flagged and sent in. Several more flags later. Will check and
Complete thread -- see link, look under v
Complete thread -- Victoza
Complete thread -- Nevermind. Think he is saying a "4 oblique lens"
Complete thread -- Diabetes med help please...sm
Complete thread -- fiberoptic?
Complete thread -- if that link doesn't work, should hopefully come up as top citation here...
Complete thread -- Hey, you may have something there. see link for Word doc
Complete thread -- s/l "4 black lens"
Complete thread -- maybe? means PEG tube because of loss of pleasure feeding ie.,
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Flagged and sent on.
Complete thread -- probably slurring the word
Complete thread -- PEG tube feeding with pleasure feeding is what I hear. That makes sense - NOT.
Complete thread -- I hear a "pl-" there. Like "ple-ju, pledge-of." (no idea what could be)
Complete thread -- not certain (at all) may be saying/slanging jeju feeding as in sm
Complete thread -- I hear that. All of this against a background
Complete thread -- Thanks. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- All this again in background of mental retardation (?active?
Complete thread -- I thought I heard by product but that made no sense.
Complete thread -- Hear that very clearly now! Thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think I hear "significant background" of mental retardation, but I don't think s.m.
Complete thread -- Very clear and has said this many times. I believe you are correct. Thanks!!!!!!
Complete thread -- ? obtundation, PEG tube feed, ? feeding (sorry)
Complete thread -- maybe considering each hemidiaphragm a "diaphragm."
Complete thread -- nursing home patient
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- There is an odd configuration of his diaphragmS on the chest x-ray. This sounded odd
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. She is female but I do not think that is what he is saying.
Complete thread -- I had a 10-month-old recently who was a nonsmoker.
Complete thread -- Sure, see link
Complete thread -- s/l *bacitracin*.. Does this seem right? Thanks
Complete thread -- Seprafilm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Uterine incision was covered with "ciprofilm." Cannot document anywhere. sm
Complete thread -- ok, thanks. will listen a little closer.
Complete thread -- band of? A plica is a band of dense scar-like tissue that occurs normally in many people
Complete thread -- Ortho word help - sm
Complete thread -- Here are a few links
Complete thread -- Still getting pneumocephalus. This resident is an idiot anyway.
Complete thread -- WOW what country is that? I would transcribe it and flag it also. JEESH
Complete thread -- (for a 7 year old patient) Patient denies being pregnant, smoking or drinking.
Complete thread -- try googling pneumocephaly from epidural
Complete thread -- That's what I thought - but Google doesnt even pull up pneumocephaly.
Complete thread -- pneumocephaly?
Complete thread -- ? In light of patient's condition and continued workup done at this time, antibiotic
Complete thread -- Pt had an epidural anesthesia incident that resulted in her having some "de bute new
Complete thread -- also leak of troponin. _____ workup done at this time
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- narrow vessel, which on CT scan had been aberrant, did not show any abnormal "Y pone"
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Gerota's (fascia)
Complete thread -- word help please sm
Complete thread -- anterior reflection of sl*jer-o-dis* was isolated in the plane
Complete thread -- long head of biceps
Complete thread -- He has had problems for a long time with right shoulder ....
Complete thread -- if MRI, STIR images will differentiate old fractures from acute ones
Complete thread -- Many people do not want a s/l if there is a voice file - it makes it hard to "hear"
Complete thread -- Kudos to you - you got more than I did! I can't even hear the part you have.
Complete thread -- talking about the poster with ALL CAPS complaining!!
Complete thread -- can't get it. The patient is ____?___ without
Complete thread -- Thanks. I don't hear shouting!
Complete thread -- I hear disc and transfer pressure over the vertebrae etc. "Ignore the shouter" sm
Complete thread -- The patient _____, currently in normal rhythm.
Complete thread -- you might tried the hospital website/services or the "state" alcohol services program sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think that is why they left a wave.
Complete thread -- This is a big WAG, but "intervertebral disc in terms of added pressure over the vertebrae?
Complete thread -- READ RULES!! NEED S/L!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the intervertebral disc and ___ pressure over the vertebrae
Complete thread -- "sorry and status post renal..."
Complete thread -- _____ renal insufficiency.
Complete thread -- btw, one dictator did actually spell it for me as "m-s-a-s" after pronouncing it "emsass,"
Complete thread -- I have heard of that...wonder if he is using slang. Think I will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- there is a radio-opaque operating table for this procedure?
Complete thread -- Implantation of a spinal cord electrode
Complete thread -- Sentence or type of procedure?
Complete thread -- referencing a type of operative table s/l RadiOp table?
Complete thread -- B-type natriuretic peptide or brain natriuretic peptide
Complete thread -- If you ever find out for sure, please post. It's being transcribed mostly as MSAS
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- lab
Complete thread -- s/l AMSASS protocol?
Complete thread -- Filling in for radiology, very new to it! Please sm s/l* scare* images.
Complete thread -- passed
Complete thread -- past away? passed away?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "......was seen today." Blank might be "The client," meaning "the patient" ???
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- and maybe a hyphen between "multiple" and "level"???
Complete thread -- yes, stenoses (plural)
Complete thread -- should this be stenoses instead of stenosis?
Complete thread -- My gosh did no one see I put omeprazole and no one even suggested it?!?!?
Complete thread -- white line
Complete thread -- White Lane could be name of the road and roads have curbs which would --sm
Complete thread -- she ended up on s/l white lane and hit the s/l curb and hit another vehicle. thank yo
Complete thread -- I searched, but was unable to locate the correct drug name.
Complete thread -- (Oops, I mispositioned the above post. Instead, it applies to a clot-preventer in thread
Complete thread -- magnification?
Complete thread -- I searched, but was unable to locate the correct drug name.
Complete thread -- thank you for trying! :)
Complete thread -- hmmm,...could it be the most recent clot-preventer advertized on TV? If so,
Complete thread -- your s/l fails to "ring a bell" w/ me. Suggest R/O "thru the latest mam films of L breast"
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- no reason why not.
Complete thread -- suspect gentle.
Complete thread -- exercises
Complete thread -- I can't even document two of those words, so to me, nope.
Complete thread -- does this make sense? "anesthetic bicommisiary to the basalary ...
Complete thread -- oops, didn't note it was the "OP" saying Voyager
Complete thread -- I bet it IS Voyager NC (Abbott Vascular) it is called balloon and catheter as they are a
Complete thread -- agree - might be "erupting through the skin" (not to his?)
Complete thread -- spanish drug s/l "hidrotatida..SM
Complete thread -- erupted? (as in came out by itself)?
Complete thread -- know what, the helpers cannot tell what you "hear". I can offer this: sm
Complete thread -- s/l rudding
Complete thread -- BNP 1167?
Complete thread -- still old wav
Complete thread -- prep was poor ____ inspection of the mucosa of the colon
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- (I don't hear 'short')
Complete thread -- additional biopsy was taken for stain
Complete thread -- stain
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- biopsy was taken for _____ for H. pylori
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- i think meaning impact on rear end and side.
Complete thread -- Cypher?
Complete thread -- doh! Voyager!
Complete thread -- WAG side-door?
Complete thread -- WAG: "larger"???
Complete thread -- Soderling fashion, I would think from google search uterus exteriorization Doderling
Complete thread -- Kolbel
Complete thread -- cardiac catheterization....s/l varger or barger...
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- anesthesia with propofol
Complete thread -- Thanks darlene but I sure wouldn't give up what I have now
Complete thread -- conscious sedation, _____ anesthesia was preferable and after placing the ____
Complete thread -- hard to get a complete grasp but s/l "kovel"??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Got it - SNRI duh!
Complete thread -- I have given her a prescription for Cymbalta 60 mg daily. I did expla ...
Complete thread -- for next time, know how to find: Google.com enter your phrase sm
Complete thread -- yep it is, thanks!
Complete thread -- Cytotec?
Complete thread -- ALT 120 s/l U/hr
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- poi - ya here?
Complete thread -- phaco. nm
Complete thread -- The uterus was brought through this incision site using the usual *Doderling*
Complete thread -- Cataract and angle closure
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- NM again, think it's Cavero now. Dumb sound-alikes
Complete thread -- LOL NM he spells it in the next breath: Cabero!
Complete thread -- Anyone familiar with California schools? Pt lives in Cabazon CA attending *abero*
Complete thread -- didn't somebody mention something about google chrome not working here???
Complete thread -- leukorrhea.
Complete thread -- leukorrhea ??
Complete thread -- I have posted the wav now. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Indian doctor.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- That was probably it. Thanks
Complete thread -- I see it should be within normal limits. Will flag in diagnosis; cannot tell
Complete thread -- doctor dictating very fast... see below for a word I don't understand
Complete thread -- nevermind. finally, found it. WOO HOO ...
Complete thread -- Would a total protein of 7.2 be hypoproteinemia or hyperproteinemia?
Complete thread -- CVA
Complete thread -- I would flag too as I can't see how either of those are a sub for Plavix?
Complete thread -- maybe short for Mallampati?
Complete thread -- Ever stopped to think the problem might just be with you and not
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- s/l MR.
Complete thread -- Tongue in the s/l "M3" or "N3" position
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- s/b peripheral vascular disease
Complete thread -- cilostazol (Pletal) is used for peripheral artery disease
Complete thread -- ahh, thanks
Complete thread -- gentian as in gentian violet?
Complete thread -- , the midline was marked with *jenshen* and a two-layer plication
Complete thread -- rx for pvd: On S/l sosazal. No lower extremity claudication
Complete thread -- Oops, yes, he's saying "His EMG...." Thanks
Complete thread -- No, not saying EMG, thanks.
Complete thread -- EMG ??
Complete thread -- s/l "CMB" showed cubital tunnel syndrome
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggesting that, but I just can't be sure when I relisten. Best to flag.
Complete thread -- orthopedics
Complete thread -- benazepril?
Complete thread -- cauda equina is grossly
Complete thread -- Oops, doc just went on to say...
Complete thread -- orthopedics
Complete thread -- Didn't find it, thanks though.
Complete thread -- Stop Plavix. Instead, we have prescribed *em-prazza-pril.* Pt agreeable.
Complete thread -- Love the ESLs - check linked website
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Enterobacter aerogenes, s/l "non-eas-peer," Candida albicans,
Complete thread -- Please give more context, like the sentence.
Complete thread -- trisomy (Down syndrome)
Complete thread -- ped consult - fetal echo - 25 weeks' gestation
Complete thread -- ped consult - 25 weeks gestation - fetal echo
Complete thread -- orthopedics
Complete thread -- I'm changing it.
Complete thread -- thanks--he definitely said nose. I
Complete thread -- OsteoMed 2-0 *have a screw* 14 mm and 0.45 K-wire
Complete thread -- Clear now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- first-degree
Complete thread -- change, but listen for "naris."
Complete thread -- EKG was 53 beats per minute with a borderline *friss-kree* AV block of...
Complete thread -- dorsiflexion osteotomy or *hollow out* procedure
Complete thread -- it is block - ugh
Complete thread -- Thanks for pointing that out!
Complete thread -- Pains???
Complete thread -- Under recommendations, doc dictated: 1. Normal saline nasal drops 2 drops each nose.
Complete thread -- scotomata...
Complete thread -- got the first part... dorsiflexion. Any ideas on the other?
Complete thread -- OB patient please see message
Complete thread -- sedation with local *plug* the foot was then scrubbed
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- LEFT FIRST MPJ AND _____ WEDGE OSTOTOMY ______ PROCEDURE
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- OsteoMed 2-0 Orthognathic system
Complete thread -- it is also metatarsophalangeal not 2 words
Complete thread -- Isham
Complete thread -- Would phaco blade fit???
Complete thread -- doc spelled it....not said it
Complete thread -- MATERIALS: *Osteomed 2-0 Havus grove* 14 mm and 0.45 K-wire
Complete thread -- AND *THUS FLESHIAL* WEDGE OSTOTOMY *OHALAL* PROCEDURE FIRST
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- not op but different ontario- fairly sure different is wrong.
Complete thread -- wag: nickel?
Complete thread -- sickle (sometimes listed under knife)
Complete thread -- I need to ask you for a s/l as my speakers are not working. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ophthalmic surgery
Complete thread -- would change to symmetrical to motor and sensory testing, to be grammatically correct.
Complete thread -- why not?
Complete thread -- Her face is symmetric to *motor and sensory testing*.
Complete thread -- I guess you're not banned, since this posted. Try again maybe?
Complete thread -- yep (you're goood)
Complete thread -- agree with Lane
Complete thread -- whiplash (first thing that comes to mind)
Complete thread -- wav posted. The back is _____. The only mole that catches attention is...
Complete thread -- PMH section, under injuries.
Complete thread -- Stalevo and Stadol sound close.
Complete thread -- might be mispronouncing sertraline
Complete thread -- MTStars.com click word board might try there
Complete thread -- Cap it and flag it. All you can do.
Complete thread -- NM, I'll flag.
Complete thread -- allergy list doc spelled STATEAL ???
Complete thread -- Ah, predispose factor...she's just mumbling horribly.
Complete thread -- Pt is on *sir-tra-zine.* Do you find docs tend to say cetirizine this way?
Complete thread -- This is the only good one unless you want to wait for days for an answer elsewhere.
Complete thread -- diagnosis now of hyperinsulinemia which is a s/l prepressue to diabetes.
Complete thread -- Absolutely! Thank you!
Complete thread -- eponychial??
Complete thread -- Can someone please suggest a better word board? I keep getting
Complete thread -- disease
Complete thread -- Found it. androstenedione
Complete thread -- progesterone, DHEAS and s/l anterstine dion were all in normal range.
Complete thread -- please see wave. S/L metastatic lees sm
Complete thread -- s/l epi-nitrial
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and to a lesser extent, arm
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Might be just me, but I have only heard of a pilar cyst of scalp and not pilocyst.
Complete thread -- Realized after I hit enter that it's "causality." :) nm
Complete thread -- Regarding the s/l*cozality*, degree of permanency and work assessment, I think
Complete thread -- oh man - generalized anxiety disorder - so dumb am I! Almost hurts, lol
Complete thread -- pilar cyst sm
Complete thread -- anxiety disorder S/L 'jawdizi'
Complete thread -- WAG arcuate (as in shape of an arc?)
Complete thread -- For sure, I think it is better to let dictator give the emphasis, (" ")etc
Complete thread -- The bones of the ankle, called tarsal bones, consist of the talus, cal ...
Complete thread -- bone in the ankle s/l *Kuwait* bone.
Complete thread -- except .. gassy (in case spell check does not catch it)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- just curious: did surgeon reapproximate and stitch together incision in omen B4 closing?
Complete thread -- I think you have typed it correctly. Went thru omentum rather than around it to minimize
Complete thread -- The omentum was dissected *in order* to avoid the bowel
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- granulocytic?
Complete thread -- Yw...I know the feeling! lol
Complete thread -- sorry billybob :(
Complete thread -- eructations -- somebody beat me to it.
Complete thread -- ? eructations
Complete thread -- help s/i
Complete thread -- granulitic scar
Complete thread -- s/l allowing manipulation of the uterus
Complete thread -- Thanks. His sentences are always a challenge.
Complete thread -- Looks good to me
Complete thread -- are the commas unnecessary?
Complete thread -- ?diagnostic
Complete thread -- for manipulation of the uterus
Complete thread -- WAG "sponge stick was placed in the vagina allowing evaluation of uterus?
Complete thread -- through the vagina _____ of the uterus.
Complete thread -- No adnexal masses. *Shotty* laparoscopy revealed IUD in the left upper
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- FYI inframammary is one word
Complete thread -- V-Y
Complete thread -- Bilateral *ryan* fasciocutaneous
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Acai?
Complete thread -- nodular enlargement of the ____ significant infiltration. Can't figure what is enlarged.
Complete thread -- Nevermind! It works now. Not sure what I did wrong. nm
Complete thread -- Thank you! STILL not working for me. Same page pops up. Thanks!
Complete thread -- In the archives, it says that amp seems to be okay and they use Vera Pyle as a reference
Complete thread -- Just make sure you are using the upper left-hand input box
Complete thread -- Is it okay to use amp? i.e., He was given 4 amp of ___. SM
Complete thread -- I hear "nodular enlargement of left-sided" (? after that)
Complete thread -- enlargement of the _____ infiltration, extensive colitis, fluid in the inguinal
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- exophytic
Complete thread -- s/l *exocytic* sm
Complete thread -- I think that has to be it, but he's really saying it fast and slurred together.
Complete thread -- circumareolar?
Complete thread -- Don't think that's it...thanks for the input.
Complete thread -- patient is status post breast biopsy
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Only word that comes to mind is "transient"
Complete thread -- Then I would leave it as is no commas.
Complete thread -- That's what I did at first. Thinking about random QA checks
Complete thread -- E. coli UTI with s/l steever TIA!
Complete thread -- If you are allowed to reword on this account how about "He now has minimal discomfort."
Complete thread -- This may be way off, but by chance is doc saying 750 (mg?) of Relafen?
Complete thread -- Just curious about this...
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- no, (sm)
Complete thread -- Coumadinized - cap or no cap??? TIA!
Complete thread -- In Meds list - s/l ossie-eye
Complete thread -- Lamictal? check dosage too
Complete thread -- medication
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- thanks! Wenckebach. who knew?
Complete thread -- try Search Archives, top left, with winky or winky box.
Complete thread -- okay. now I have a much more reasonable dictator, but it sounds like he just said
Complete thread -- no, it is just her way of not paying attention to what she says. she does it ALL the time
Complete thread -- Could you put the (Her D-dimer is elevated at 0.85) in parentheses?
Complete thread -- is this her way of interrupting a sentence to go back and put in a lab test she forgot?
Complete thread -- Thanks!! ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- evidently not.
Complete thread -- D-dimer on CT scan??? this is what my IDIOT ARNP just said:
Complete thread -- might be Interventional Radiology - drained the fluid maybe under fluoroscopy technique ?
Complete thread -- IR abbreviation
Complete thread -- A 10-system review has been performed. not sure what the second blank is. I would
Complete thread -- can you slow it down and re-post the wav?
Complete thread -- sorry. I was using C spine example. T spine is the same.
Complete thread -- yes, you use a capital letter. I only put a hyphen in it if it is an adjective, such as
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- sulcal pattern
Complete thread -- Radiation to the t-spine - How do you type t-spine? Is the "t ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- OF SYSTEMS: ____ has been performed _____
Complete thread -- CK-MB
Complete thread -- ventricles and s/l "sulsate" pattern appropriate for age,
Complete thread -- CK 59, s/l "CK one B" 1.5
Complete thread -- I think I got it - warfarin!
Complete thread -- oops. hit enter too soon, didn't own post nm
Complete thread -- s/l gnueafestin may be guaifenesin (expectorant)
Complete thread -- dr. dictating drug list. S/l Morpharan (mor-fair-in). Any ideas? Thx!
Complete thread -- s/l gnueafestin 1 mg
Complete thread -- medications has been reviewed. ______ the patient is on Plavix.
Complete thread -- Thank you guys!
Complete thread -- should have included, more than 1 way to do surgery, i.e. through vagina
Complete thread -- I would go as dictated if certain of dictator meaning is clear
Complete thread -- Dictated: THBSO. Cannot confirm. Is it TAH/BSO? Or type as dictated
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I'm leaning toward "assorted" in this instance.
Complete thread -- agree, since we are dealing with a prepositional phrase. "awhile" is never the object
Complete thread -- The blank is for the s/l. Here's a little more:
Complete thread -- had a quarter-inch iodoform gauze placed? (1/4-inch)
Complete thread -- Could be either. Do you have a s/l for the blank too? That might help
Complete thread -- On a side note, "L" comes before "N".
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- who has s/l "assorted/a sordid" history
Complete thread -- going to be going.
Complete thread -- covering? iodoform lower case.
Complete thread -- The patient had a *cautering* Iodoform gauze placed followed by a
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Tminimal *sin-i-min-ick*reaction involving the anterior medial compartment
Complete thread -- more booklets and information?
Complete thread -- We gave her some (s/l warple) clips and information about breast cancer.
Complete thread -- Holy smokes - lost my detective skills
Complete thread -- AMITIZA (24 mcg) twice daily
Complete thread -- Darn. I sent it Gram's stain. I'm new to acct too. Won't look good. :( Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- drug s/l "manteza" SM
Complete thread -- archives show 380 hits for Gram stain, 17 hits for Gram's stain...
Complete thread -- She might "mean" ventral but is saying ventricle.
Complete thread -- C-sections x5, recurrent __________ s/l "ventricle" hernia repairs.
Complete thread -- What is the standard for using Gram's stain? i.e., "Gram stain on blood cultures." sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, billybob!
Complete thread -- maybe listen for Trilafon.
Complete thread -- divot.
Complete thread -- Allergies to "ilafon." Cannot document. 74 y.o. with fractured wrist. No PMH. Thanks!
Complete thread -- help with MRI results
Complete thread -- Thanks I did try Google but must have tried a different spelling then.
Complete thread -- You were correct look up on google. Cefoxitin IV q. 8 h.
Complete thread -- At arthroscopy, a large "divvied" ("divot"?) lesion was appreciated.
Complete thread -- cefoxitin.
Complete thread -- Urinary tract infection on urinalysis yesterday. Culture is still pending, but the sm
Complete thread -- I got part of it. and H1-H2 blockade. Not sure how to type it tough. anyone?
Complete thread -- S/L NH1H2 blockade. sm
Complete thread -- I had as well but have not gotten that combination before. Figured since it started off
Complete thread -- fine, I didn't realize nv and OP were the same person.
Complete thread -- liquefactive
Complete thread -- No, he isn't saying exudative, but thanks.
Complete thread -- If you go to onelook and put it *dative -
Complete thread -- thank you! she is saying against this too.
Complete thread -- continued to explore the wound s/l "intu-bleed" as necessary.
Complete thread -- no...I hear recuperates
Complete thread -- against something? for the last
Complete thread -- equilibrates
Complete thread -- Infected s/l "liquidative" material
Complete thread -- another blank s/l gains dis-chew
Complete thread -- why did you think it would not be correct? just googled it
Complete thread -- I think you need a period after dizziness.
Complete thread -- I think she is saying recuperates
Complete thread -- That is probably not correct. Ignore me.
Complete thread -- venezuelan doc s/l miracle braids
Complete thread -- not sure of the beginning but adenosine?
Complete thread -- He also had a s/l reggin-ah-dosing thalllium stress test
Complete thread -- NM, will flag. Need to send in now.
Complete thread -- A 7-French *bare blank* stent was placed and noted good curl in kidney and bladder.
Complete thread -- Just a guess - on the surface??
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Wav posted thanks!
Complete thread -- Pacemaker interrogation. Unable to find R wave with s/l breets inhibition.
Complete thread -- drug s/l laxafin
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I would say "heal up"
Complete thread -- thx so much
Complete thread -- ESL, think that may be it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- probably butchering "crutch"
Complete thread -- Dexilant
Complete thread -- I told them that his wound should heal-up uneventfully. (or heal up)?
Complete thread -- Same med but now s/l "niss (not nice this time) the thin"
Complete thread -- nystatin (cream)?
Complete thread -- s/l...dex-a-tin..sm
Complete thread -- She has a 4-pronged cane. She uses *the church.* Please sm for
Complete thread -- Thanks. That might be it. Have to listen to it a few times.
Complete thread -- Med s/l "a nice a thin" 500,000 units
Complete thread -- office?
Complete thread -- s/l afus target
Complete thread -- wow... thank you!
Complete thread -- zafirlukast
Complete thread -- med s/l zifo-luke-us
Complete thread -- thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- Check out Theo-24 ?
Complete thread -- Is this possibly Theo-24 300 mg?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Seemed strange. Thanks
Complete thread -- Past tense ... you are correct
Complete thread -- s/l *CO 24 300*...did I transcribe correctly? thanks
Complete thread -- ? human dose insulin or low dose insulin
Complete thread -- Laid?
Complete thread -- We will check his hemoglobin A1c again today. We did discuss treatmen ...
Complete thread -- Cardizem?
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: _____, Imdur, Lexapro, Lopressor, Claritin, potassium chloride,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks, heard that too
Complete thread -- Pro-Stat?
Complete thread -- ?topical aloe vera
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: *Thalozine*, Imdur, Lexapro, Lopressor...chloride, Plavix, **prostat**,
Complete thread -- ? 399
Complete thread -- White count 12.6, hemoglobin is 15.2, and glucose ____
Complete thread -- Just going to send it in. The first one sounds just like the second one. Thanks for
Complete thread -- Could you do a wave of that part instead of just the last few sentences? Will try.
Complete thread -- But in the first sentence he is referring to the ulcer and says nurses have been sm
Complete thread -- I don't think he means use it on the ulcer ... (sm)
Complete thread -- That's what I hear too but on an coccyx ulcer?
Complete thread -- continue to treat her with metoprolol
Complete thread -- Thank you. That was it.
Complete thread -- Posted a WAV on this.
Complete thread -- I will post a WAV on this after above WAV is answered.
Complete thread -- LAD patched and ligated
Complete thread -- S/L with an LAD pass ligated. Please see WAVE
Complete thread -- topical?
Complete thread -- This is a stage I ulcer, it is very superficial and the nurses have been treating sm
Complete thread -- psych ward?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- very clearly says water, can anyone verify this?
Complete thread -- Could be, like an offshoot of the other residence.
Complete thread -- The patient is status post brain injury.
Complete thread -- thought I heard failed. You are probably right.
Complete thread -- ??? "period"
Complete thread -- WAG Pelvicol?
Complete thread -- Pelvicol?
Complete thread -- intended to
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Operation performed: TVT with *parvilays" fascia.
Complete thread -- If you are unsure, flag it.
Complete thread -- Yes mine too - allergies just so important - want to make sure
Complete thread -- My first instict was povidone (iodine).
Complete thread -- you're correct, the (pronounced thee) is V
Complete thread -- you'
Complete thread -- Allergy to s/l "Pyovadine" no other context - any ideas? nm
Complete thread -- could "ordered THE" be the V part of that V/Q scan?
Complete thread -- doc says Q scan (not V/Q). Is it always V/Q?
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- sorry and follow up
Complete thread -- Use to be that way for me with follow-up/followup.
Complete thread -- That is one that throws me so much that I have a sticky note on my desk about it.
Complete thread -- I tried and could not get one word of that. I did not get as much as you have.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- SMA had an elevated BUN (BUN is part of the SMA chem panel. LINK
Complete thread -- a while
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- SMA _____. BUN in the 40s, otherwise unremarkable.
Complete thread -- trapped lung.... During the hospitalization the patient...
Complete thread -- questionable _____. Physical therapy evaluation ordered. _____, the
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Complete thread -- yes! Thanks~!
Complete thread -- stated that after a while, the Lyrica stopped helping him (a while or awhile?)
Complete thread -- I like the way you have it. Wouldn't it be nice if they could pause or take a breath so
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS UPON DISCHARGE: _____ pleural effusion status post VATS
Complete thread -- help please. can't figure out if "focally" is last word in sentence or beginning of
Complete thread -- ok, thank you
Complete thread -- vascular disease
Complete thread -- history of Parkinson’s disease, _____ disease, COPD, and had stents to her
Complete thread -- I tried to hear pulse ox too, but its not that. Thanks anyway. Im sending it with a
Complete thread -- she noted a sharp, dull, achy discomfort, worse when lifting her arm over her head
Complete thread -- WAG could it be pulse ox 97.4?
Complete thread -- It starts with heart rate and blood pressure then my s/l. The only thing I left out was
Complete thread -- ty. nm
Complete thread -- Can you give us the exact sentence?
Complete thread -- This is endocrine report. In other reports she gives A1c, which would kinda match here,
Complete thread -- Giving vitals: Heart rate, blood pressure, s/l "glo fostia" is 7.4. BMI is 30.3.
Complete thread -- splenic sequestration?
Complete thread -- patient’s thrombocytopenia is due to *splin circ* insertion
Complete thread -- I'd write it like it was pronounced.
Complete thread -- Here is a really silly question. I know that, so please don't jump on me..
Complete thread -- thanks, he said "this has resolved after he came back"
Complete thread -- I hear "this has not resolved so he came back for medication"
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Livalo
Complete thread -- globally misprounounced
Complete thread -- hydroxyapatite bone graft?
Complete thread -- We may need to fill it with some s/l "hydracentro" bone graft
Complete thread -- s/l "fluconozone" inhaled
Complete thread -- Lozol ...
Complete thread -- brain freeze. I know this, but can't come up with it. Drug that s/l love all oh
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- filiforms and followers.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- ? open- angle glaucoma (POAG) and angle-closure or narrow-angle glaucoma
Complete thread -- Duh----Bayer Back and Body! :) Thanks!
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES to s/l bareback and body. This is exactly what it sounds like. :) Ideas?
Complete thread -- resection??? ...
Complete thread -- No, it's "for excision." :-)
Complete thread -- resection, surely... ?
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: Significant for s/l recsition of a skin and/or ...
Complete thread -- thanx ...
Complete thread -- try using google and entering the phrase as you have it and see what it suggests...
Complete thread -- epiphora
Complete thread -- She is a 38-year-old female with a complaint of Graves' orbitopathy. ...
Complete thread -- S/L
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you!
Complete thread -- Stalevo?
Complete thread -- Stalevo ?? I searched your s/l staleus 100 mg p.o. t.i.d. and it directed me to that
Complete thread -- Hey y'all, dictator spells "Staleus," 100 mg po 3 times a day. SM
Complete thread -- Zenker diverticulum
Complete thread -- This may be caused by _____ usually symptoms are more dysphagia
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- autoimmune?
Complete thread -- abdomen?
Complete thread -- his liver, pancreas and _____ function.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- throat lozenge?
Complete thread -- wav not there, can you post a s/l?
Complete thread -- ah, yep. I went a little too specific with "embolization" vs. "emboli."
Complete thread -- i like azotemia
Complete thread -- try this link
Complete thread -- The TIA are a warning sign of impending permanent infarction caused by later shower of
Complete thread -- JUST got it. before dialysis
Complete thread -- see link. Only 1 decent hit (top one), but believe I've heard similar before).
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- showering
Complete thread -- Thank you very much! I appreciate your help!
Complete thread -- morphine for the pain, ___ and nystatin.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- air
Complete thread -- you could with an ~$10-15 microphone from RadioShack or similar.
Complete thread -- KUB? x-ray? CT?
Complete thread -- Help please and thank you.
Complete thread -- ? hmm sounds like "before that" not sure how that ties in tho"
Complete thread -- Also, I am typing from a tape and cannot post a wav.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Darlene. I have finished the note and no further mention. I guess I will flag.
Complete thread -- or.. tear, (in soft tissue etc) but would not guess.
Complete thread -- able to post a wav? I would not guess for sure, maybe meantioned at end of report again sm
Complete thread -- had CT of the abdomen which suggested some*hair*in the soft tissue at the level of C5
Complete thread -- Should be there now.
Complete thread -- CT
Complete thread -- yes!! Oh, thanks so much
Complete thread -- Does anyone think it could be azotemia? It seems to have more syllables, but I am coming
Complete thread -- MiraCell??
Complete thread -- wav not there
Complete thread -- Starts with M, she says it several times the same way
Complete thread -- There is a definite "t" sound (temia)
Complete thread -- thalassemia?
Complete thread -- please help. thanks!
Complete thread -- Her BUN was 14 with creatinine of 4.4 this morning before ____
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- liver, pancreas and *atrimene* function
Complete thread -- Aquacel??
Complete thread -- __________ was done showing....
Complete thread -- can't find correct spelling, "mucel" ribbon wound dressing
Complete thread -- no colostomy output. ____ showing distended small bowel loops.
Complete thread -- that seemED to attend...
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- well, now that I hear it, he really is saying "who," but since that part
Complete thread -- awake, with eye movements, who seemed to attend...?
Complete thread -- Going with that one change. Hearing here is so much clearer.
Complete thread -- Weird. It is there now.
Complete thread -- MP3 doesn't match, but I would say "that" by your context.
Complete thread -- I hear a different mp3
Complete thread -- Yes, that works. Thanks so much! ...
Complete thread -- MP3 file. Not sure of this sentence. The who should be that?
Complete thread -- In the archives they recommend changing to qualify? Would that work?
Complete thread -- ? There is not much info? known? and the fact that she needed
Complete thread -- Vascular surgeon says
Complete thread -- this morning before ____... colon cancer. ____ about her original cancer and ____ co
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was considering that also.
Complete thread -- I hear "pain."
Complete thread -- thanks tried it with my spelling and for some reason nothing...
Complete thread -- Oops, not sure why I spelled it like I did! You can try your spelling there, just in case
Complete thread -- One suggestion is Nephrocaps as shown on phonetic search...
Complete thread -- No history of _____ or reflux or
Complete thread -- med s/l nefricot
Complete thread -- No history of *rain* or reflux or peptic disease
Complete thread -- s/b either "it was necessary to OR necessitated a 1-vessel CABG
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- word help please sm
Complete thread -- 1 volt and 3 volts,...
Complete thread -- After sensory and motor testing ____ leg stimulation, localized...
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Complete thread -- synovitis?
Complete thread -- On my account, we do use the + sign. Some don't.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- reflexes _____ right and left, normal triceps reflexes ____ right
Complete thread -- just past the right UVJ, SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- partial meaning that the patient passed...
Complete thread -- CT shows a s/l past or passed 3 mm stone that is just s/l past or passed
Complete thread -- myotendinous junction with small *case* and fluid collection
Complete thread -- The impression is partial colonic obstruction. _____ patient has gas and had
Complete thread -- Marquis Mobility, Inc. 20+. Years of Service. Welcome to Marquis Mobility! Please visit...
Complete thread -- looks like reticulocyte count.
Complete thread -- plastic surgeon Jannelle Wire???...
Complete thread -- "Mar-key" Mobility Company ... sm
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- sickle cell. His s/l reticulosacunal is slightly elevated at baseline.thanks
Complete thread -- There is a Morton neuroma.
Complete thread -- Is there a Morton's lymphoma? ...
Complete thread -- You said it was very verbatim and not changing anything else. Why question
Complete thread -- help with term - s/l "SINODENNIS"
Complete thread -- think he is saying talus process.
Complete thread -- xray of ankle: ossification of s/l lateral otalis process and distal fibula.
Complete thread -- s/l BPD or PPD imaging
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ...has been many years ago s/l perio or has beh atrial order has been written...
Complete thread -- have to move on
Complete thread -- s/l lip or lid or loop (not sure); s/l furling T fasteners
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- got it: anterior phrenoesophageal ligament
Complete thread -- depot?
Complete thread -- depot?
Complete thread -- His course after that transplant was then complicated by both aortic a ...
Complete thread -- lol i do appreciate your help tho thanks again
Complete thread -- s/l depo steriod injection
Complete thread -- doh! I was looking at punctuation and did not even pick up on the stiffness thing. sorry
Complete thread -- ...release the anterior s/l for an esophageal ligament...
Complete thread -- Recommend admit...
Complete thread -- No step-offs or deformities.
Complete thread -- No s/l "suboxular" deformities.
Complete thread -- oops..where he says to maintain stiffness; i'm thinking he meant to reduce stiffness. ESL
Complete thread -- thanks for input; actually was questioning part where he says
Complete thread -- s/l "Minned" admit the patient to hospital for medical evaluation
Complete thread -- http://www.fpnotebook.com/ENT/Exam/Tympnmtry.htm
Complete thread -- Yes, I was just coming back to post it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- class III antiarrhythmic therapy?
Complete thread -- afib refractory to s/l "clas-ree and everything" therapy
Complete thread -- I usually hear "In the meantime" not "At the meantime"
Complete thread -- the last sentence looks okay, but the first sentence needed an "is" btwn decision & made
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- went ahead and flagged
Complete thread -- supposed to transcribe verbatim but last sentence looks bad, to me. should i change?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- More context is...
Complete thread -- Patient does have a *lie reds* 3 nodule ...
Complete thread -- probably means 3 amps of bicarb
Complete thread -- Pelli-Robson
Complete thread -- s/l pelly rubs
Complete thread -- yep, bet iS trailers sm
Complete thread -- should have said -- second part or second portion (also heard)
Complete thread -- wav not there but usually hear second part of duodenum sm & link
Complete thread -- can't hear wav but my docs usually say proximal duodenum first.
Complete thread -- LOL! Ya never know......
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That was all I could think of. Thanks.
Complete thread -- distal duodenum?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- perhaps trailers as in mobile homes?
Complete thread -- specialized housing for offenders *or some trailors* in XXX
Complete thread -- it's HRT status. duh @ me.
Complete thread -- shallow breathing?
Complete thread -- menopause?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- perhaps giving punctuation?? He says (the heading), I hear (first paragraph)
Complete thread -- got it, first paragraph
Complete thread -- wav file. thanks. Most of this report is per the patient as they have no history.
Complete thread -- Wonder if he is making an aside statement (meaning not
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray: Pt has vascular congestion as per *free-lin breeding.* EKG shows...
Complete thread -- Could be but I can't hear it 100%. Think I'll flag. Thanks for trying nm
Complete thread -- maybe purplish ?
Complete thread -- ? purple
Complete thread -- Advancing s/l purpose skin edges...esl doc. sm
Complete thread -- my typo error, (it was ok inside messag) you are correct Mucomyst.
Complete thread -- tx flagging
Complete thread -- The only thing I could come close with is beclomethasone...
Complete thread -- drug written/ s/l cledemisone
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 3 ounces?
Complete thread -- intraductal?
Complete thread -- D5W *3 units* bicarbonate
Complete thread -- Correct spelling is Mucomyst
Complete thread -- Typical for a weekend though.
Complete thread -- the TX and 1A s/b TX N1a. still figuring the s/l
Complete thread -- lymphatic radiation for her TX and 1A s/l "inraydux" carcinoma of the breast.
Complete thread -- panniculectomy is the correct word.
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- pure guess (since cannot hear it) s/l ay luss may be alas sm
Complete thread -- aside, not side...
Complete thread -- his other issues side from his emotional s/l ay-luss is fairly unremarkable.
Complete thread -- or ... acetylcysteine (Mucomist)
Complete thread -- found this, (type As) but in article never said what it stood for sm
Complete thread -- Ok, found King's College criteria for liver failure. :)
Complete thread -- Overdose on meds, including ranitidine and Tylenol. Morning labs important with
Complete thread -- Ahh, yes. The starry site. Go there at your own risk.
Complete thread -- Check this site.
Complete thread -- acoustic impedence type "AS" tympanogram? Is this correct?
Complete thread -- whonamedit.com says Lavallee with the accent mark on the first "e"
Complete thread -- YES! TY so much! :)
Complete thread -- Cho-Pat strap maybe?
Complete thread -- Morel-Lavallee or Morel-Lavele lesion?
Complete thread -- s/l show-parts wrap (for knee bracing)
Complete thread -- Finally got it: acetyl-cysteine. Have a great weekend!
Complete thread -- Totally drawing blank: Pt w/resp.failure, COPD, on s/l *ceocistine* nebs.
Complete thread -- drugs.com
Complete thread -- documentation should be exercised I think
Complete thread -- Microcalculi is right! QA sent feedback already. Just wanted to let you know. :)
Complete thread -- Zegerid=omeprazole + sodium bicarbonate. Sodium bicarbonate=baking soda (not omeprazole).
Complete thread -- microcalculi?
Complete thread -- Good thought, still unsure, tho, may need to flag. Thank you!
Complete thread -- bile duct?
Complete thread -- Maybe everyone has learned to use archives and the great links above?
Complete thread -- Meckel's maybe?
Complete thread -- Came into ER with abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. Pain was located and
Complete thread -- Because there are usually quite a few posts and there have been none for hours
Complete thread -- Offshores probably don't work weekends.
Complete thread -- Weekends are always very slow here. Not sure why when
Complete thread -- nv... I think it is queue
Complete thread -- What is "correct" will vary from account to account, which is why
Complete thread -- why?
Complete thread -- s/l Q ? cue, que, ???
Complete thread -- is no one around or is this board broken
Complete thread -- ahyh thanks so clear now
Complete thread -- It does take a "caring" kind person to answer respectfully. Agree? Not you thou
Complete thread -- Yep, screwed that one up.
Complete thread -- disability. Her husband is a physician?
Complete thread -- Family history was noncontributory.
Complete thread -- This was answered correctly 2 hours ago.
Complete thread -- Family history: There was none on the computer.
Complete thread -- s/l mitral infill gradient may be mitral inflow gradient sm
Complete thread -- She is on disability and has been a _____. She has no children.
Complete thread -- TY. nm
Complete thread -- Acutally sodium bicarbonate came up (omeprazole)
Complete thread -- I didn't do this to check, but did you try
Complete thread -- Benicar?
Complete thread -- drug s/l bacar
Complete thread -- Nope, not at all.
Complete thread -- thanks so much for all the help!
Complete thread -- Someone is a bit cranky this morning...
Complete thread -- NM flagged and sent
Complete thread -- obstruction in subaortic membrane.. LV outflow tract (not alpha) and perhaps saying --sm
Complete thread -- Cardiology isn't my thing, but based on s/l ? infiltrate.
Complete thread -- term question - s/l "mitral infill grade"
Complete thread -- sites were divided between *Fi nell* clamps.
Complete thread -- Your instinct sux. That would be ped ES and be wrong. Peds is what you want.
Complete thread -- Never works for me
Complete thread -- That hardly takes an "expert" to know what one.
Complete thread -- YAW :-)
Complete thread -- Thank you! Sounds like bipolar mode cauterization now.
Complete thread -- WAGs - mode?; monopolar?
Complete thread -- laminectomy op report. Hemostasis obtained with bipolar s/l "motor" cauterization?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- aah.. NOT 'an'.. should've been 'a'...
Complete thread -- I'm afraid Mgt is not around right now. Though I'm not an "pediatrics" expert, per
Complete thread -- Margaret...usually when a dictator says "pedes/peeds/peds?" I type pediatric. but,
Complete thread -- oops.. should've read.. having to put up with...
Complete thread -- yeah, I understand having to put with such stuff.
Complete thread -- here's what she just said on another patient:
Complete thread -- I wish that is what she had said. she's an IDIOT and always making things up. Thanks!
Complete thread -- well, that's a lot better than what I heard, which was "stool client."
Complete thread -- maybe just referring to the emergency line... I would go with it.. see link
Complete thread -- which place is the patient from?
Complete thread -- check out Diaper Doo
Complete thread -- and sorry.. can't document anything like stroke line though..
Complete thread -- I hear - stroke line (a lot of disturbance after that LOL)
Complete thread -- just so you know...if you google: eek out you will be directed to eke out. make google
Complete thread -- the "diaper dope" is to be applied to diaper area for rash. #1 tube prescribed.
Complete thread -- ooops...context: 2-month-old with a fever. that's all I know.
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- bummer. dictator said "diaper dope" and I went to archives and found that the same
Complete thread -- This is SO great!! thanks SO much sm! Gonna keep this for future reference.
Complete thread -- aspergilloma?
Complete thread -- eke
Complete thread -- s/l doc is saying eek out? see message please.
Complete thread -- type of cancer - s/l "OSPEGILOMA"
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- i would never put that in a report and yes i did flag this.
Complete thread -- are all of my comma before (which) correct here or should i take them out?
Complete thread -- never mind. gonna send in a blank.
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Well, IMO, since the last comma in a series is optional, you could get
Complete thread -- having a comma crisis. please sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- it's just the very top
Complete thread -- When viewing from the top of the cranium the symmetry looks very nice; ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- she did have a donor oocyte cycle in Encino California, 17 ovocytes we ...
Complete thread -- Encino California
Complete thread -- July 2010, she __________ donor oocyte cycle and when __________ Calif ...
Complete thread -- Forgot about posting and did go with it.
Complete thread -- sq cm works too
Complete thread -- BOS is third on our list to use.
Complete thread -- Don't really need a "smart" answer
Complete thread -- If you don't go by BOS, it probably doesn't matter.
Complete thread -- That is what I was wondering about....
Complete thread -- 400 cm2?
Complete thread -- sounds okay.
Complete thread -- Never mind - I think he's trying to say consistent with.
Complete thread -- If you go AAMT BOS, it would be 400 sq cm.
Complete thread -- lab studies and serology can be s/l "cos-tive" with a history of lupus
Complete thread -- He has "amassed" 50 pack years.
Complete thread -- Is 400 square cm the correct way to type it? see below
Complete thread -- also, I suggest searches not just for the fact of wanting to do it for yourself,
Complete thread -- oh, just realized you're probably not the OP, "just me," so not "your" exact spelling,
Complete thread -- yw. Search Archives is always my first stop here when I need help.
Complete thread -- I just did and it worked! Good advice for someone who wants to do
Complete thread -- the tourniquet?
Complete thread -- ventriculoperitoneal shunt?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- try 'wanky' in Search Archives, top left
Complete thread -- Wenckebach
Complete thread -- ILR interrogation s/l wanky bok pattern
Complete thread -- found past report on patient. transcatheter aortic valve replacement makes sense. thanks!
Complete thread -- Can you hear "alcohol use daily"? (what above poster is saying, I think)
Complete thread -- The VR part might be some kind of vocational rehabilitation maybe?
Complete thread -- ?transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR)
Complete thread -- It would be a flag for me, unless I was 100% sure. It IS somebody's
Complete thread -- no mention is made of any conditions he has, but here are his meds:
Complete thread -- What is TAVR?
Complete thread -- I think I do hear "not enlarged or tender" but he must be saying "are not" instead of
Complete thread -- Thyroid not enlarged or tender? or something to that effect?
Complete thread -- Thyroid and "nosh un o losch" are tender.
Complete thread -- verbatim acct and unable to expand. would it be no/n.o./N.O.? thanks!
Complete thread -- I took your suggestions. They do sound like it. Thanks
Complete thread -- Would seem right (hearing the l that alcohol ends with) but s/l
Complete thread -- maybe N.O. that stands for nitric oxide? challenge?
Complete thread -- cardiac note. s/l endo challenge? see message. thanks!
Complete thread -- is or use
Complete thread -- Quit smoking in 1983. Alcohol s/l "luss" daily. Occupation: Retired.
Complete thread -- those first 2 sentences need work and I don't think that is what he said, s.m.
Complete thread -- I got it, followed by a series of wired catheter exchanges. nm
Complete thread -- inaudible and/or evulsion. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- neoureterocystostomy
Complete thread -- how about candidate for injection??
Complete thread -- it doesn't make sense, but a lot of docs don't make sense and mix up were/was...
Complete thread -- an end-to-side s/l "near" ureterocystostomy was created
Complete thread -- How about have been purged and are unavailable?
Complete thread -- After s/l "lean trol" was released, there was an area in the renal vein anastomosis
Complete thread -- followed by ___________ ???
Complete thread -- Inaudible catheter exchanges. sm
Complete thread -- meaning
Complete thread -- I thought intervention would be a more appropriate word but does sound like
Complete thread -- The "have been purged" would not make sense, considering she has "were" after that.
Complete thread -- Purged does not make sense with the wording the way he/she has it at this time.
Complete thread -- s/l ventriculobladder shunt
Complete thread -- What does "not a candidate for DIRECTION" mean?
Complete thread -- purged (to eliminate)
Complete thread -- Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- MRIs from 2004 s/l "have been purged/perched" in the system were unavailable
Complete thread -- ropivacaine
Complete thread -- using a s/l "curved Carbocaine curette" the endocervical canal was curetted
Complete thread -- Local anesthesia achieved with 7 cc of s/l "wopeevakuhyeen." A bone biopsy and
Complete thread -- Well, finally found GEC as in gastroesophageal cancer, so I'll go with GEC.
Complete thread -- My Stedman's ENT book has scutum.
Complete thread -- He had an EGD in September 2010 with *GEC* nodule, reflux esophagitis. Please
Complete thread -- Will delete wav now. thanks
Complete thread -- okay, I found it at Onelook...says it is from 1913 Webster's Dictionary & may be outdated
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- radiologist spells scutum ??? cannot find with alternate spellings either
Complete thread -- thanks for looking. flagged. ...
Complete thread -- thyroid surgery dressing
Complete thread -- The circumflex had a very eccentric, s/l swish or swiss segmental 45% to 50% sm
Complete thread -- thrombo? short for thrombolytic
Complete thread -- Thanks, please post.
Complete thread -- Carpal tunnel exam
Complete thread -- A *prento* clot buster
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Complete thread -- Many thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- Wernicke-Korsakoff
Complete thread -- retrieved, seemed to have lost in ?
Complete thread -- dictated s/l (as best I can hear) ar-nuh-kee kruhs-coff
Complete thread -- The polyp was not _______. No lesions were seen
Complete thread -- Arthrosis with IIA changes?
Complete thread -- In regard to the TA changes below, I wonder, since she's from Boston (I'm from Ky LOL
Complete thread -- THis is funny. After I posted it and checked if the wav posted alright, I could hear the
Complete thread -- Carpal tunnel exam.
Complete thread -- I so appreciate everyone's help. There's no way, I guess, for me to know without making
Complete thread -- would advise flagging then, wouldn't want to expand incorrectly.
Complete thread -- I've seen it by googling it 2 different ways so I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- woops. went to fast. r/o
Complete thread -- Lab question. How do I format this properly?
Complete thread -- Lab question. How do I format this properly?
Complete thread -- also finding - tabetic arthropathy (TA)
Complete thread -- This is the diagnosis. If it wasn't in this section, I would type TA changes, but I have
Complete thread -- Only thing I can find for TA is tibialis anterior and trunk asymmetry???
Complete thread -- TA=traumatic arthritis? (looking for a condition rather than
Complete thread -- She's a very clear dictator. It definitely s/l TA. Absolutely not saying OA. :)
Complete thread -- not hearing OA? was it dictated T A or sounds like?
Complete thread -- This is really a way-out guess, could he be using a funky abbreviation ...
Complete thread -- TA changes? Please see inside for entire context:
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- AO external fixation device?
Complete thread -- this is a stat dictation.... anyone have any idea?
Complete thread -- I-O (s/l eye-oh) device??
Complete thread -- THANKS SO MUCH! Osferion . . . that's it!!
Complete thread -- Ahhh, it was similar...lol..He's Asian :)
Complete thread -- ?Osferion
Complete thread -- graft material
Complete thread -- lingular?
Complete thread -- interstitial?
Complete thread -- *Singular* changes were seen in the right lower lung
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it! Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- s/l *grey cystostrade* any ideas?thanks
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Complete thread -- Got back from QA and doctor took out all the "EQs" dictated. nm
Complete thread -- could it be where she does most of the modalities?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Pt in MVA with shoulder and wrist fractures....
Complete thread -- stylets
Complete thread -- s/l *stilettes*, any ideas?thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you much!
Complete thread -- Correct - bone shard as in pieces of bone
Complete thread -- OneLook up above is a great resource for looking up words.
Complete thread -- There is a cream called Stratus Soft Focus?
Complete thread -- Motorized shaver was introduced one last time, removal of bone**shard**and débride.
Complete thread -- ICK!!!, sorry
Complete thread -- oops, should now
Complete thread -- I hear "stratus" and can find on here but cannot document anywhere else. Is this
Complete thread -- wave does not match
Complete thread -- clear, going with it
Complete thread -- you wav is WAYYYYY to long. Phone consult with MFM. also I believe she s.m.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: I worry about _______ disease with possible _______. He also
Complete thread -- fundus was *0* -2
Complete thread -- s/l celesterone
Complete thread -- posted now. Please have a listen! Makes no sense... sunburn!
Complete thread -- got it: The patient still was experiencing toothache.
Complete thread -- WAG appearing lesion?
Complete thread -- will wait to post wav.
Complete thread -- Wav posted. Due to worsening of s/l sunburn, I am going to bring X for bilateral
Complete thread -- The patient’s ____, Tylenol was given for pain
Complete thread -- "growth" on his cornea
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Eluate? see link inside
Complete thread -- not sure about the LE, but could it be which instead of weech?
Complete thread -- Newborn laboratories sm
Complete thread -- subcuticular fashion
Complete thread -- well shoot, left part off Alamast Generic Name: pemirolast
Complete thread -- Oh, gosh -- wait a minute! I think maybe she's saying *interrupted* both times.
Complete thread -- Generic Name: pemirolast ophthalmic prevent itching
Complete thread -- Deep layers reapproximated using 5-0 PDS in a buried *sub-too-lur* fashion. Please
Complete thread -- Allerest? (not sure of 2.5 part)
Complete thread -- So close... Alamast
Complete thread -- Thanks so very much! I'll go back and listen for those and verify. Appreciate your help!
Complete thread -- Meds: "Allo-mast" 2.5 one drop each eye q.h.s. No mention of eye disorder. sm for Dx.
Complete thread -- NM, flagged and sent, have many more of his to go.
Complete thread -- galea and pericranium?
Complete thread -- Resection of forehead lesion. The *galley and paric cranium* were left intact. (Pls
Complete thread -- neck soft tissue intact as is the prevertebral soft tissue at C5?
Complete thread -- I was just researching that, and I think you're right. Thank you.
Complete thread -- WAG amphetamines?
Complete thread -- Patient in to see physiatrist for chronic opiate use
Complete thread -- valvular incompetency or *left pexy*. The right proximal
Complete thread -- s/ fotspar disease with zosinsitis
Complete thread -- thyroid to make sure if the neck soft tissue is intact _____ prevertebral soft
Complete thread -- solute depletion from.....???
Complete thread -- Ahhh found Gel-E donut
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Nope not too late. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I am thinking he means *gel* but how would you spell this... says jelly
Complete thread -- ...and afterall, it is a style issue.
Complete thread -- I agree, but overall, it is a good resource if you have no others.
Complete thread -- too late probably, but I hear decisions, not physicians
Complete thread -- you want a name of a vein, guess - IMV? (inferior mesenteric vein)?
Complete thread -- gotta disagree with the second set of examples. A's and O's.
Complete thread -- what kind of surgery is being performed?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- amniotic fluid material was used to guide the cesarean section physicians today?
Complete thread -- Sorry, wrong post, meant to be for above poster
Complete thread -- plurals per AAMT-BOS2
Complete thread -- Per AAMT-BOS2 (sm)
Complete thread -- For a link to usage and style, see link
Complete thread -- guide cesarean section _____
Complete thread -- LFTs
Complete thread -- LFTS, LFT'S LFTs how do you type things like this
Complete thread -- 2.5-mm coupler as the *I N B*was smaller after shortening
Complete thread -- well ding dang golly, thanks everyone :)
Complete thread -- volume depletion ?
Complete thread -- solute
Complete thread -- solute depletion from.....???
Complete thread -- What is the "fresh post" from Word Board providers? What is the included WB content?
Complete thread -- Hypokalemia and hypocalcemia, likely due to *solu* depletion from poor nutritiona
Complete thread -- Y'all are weird,...Y'all are weird,...Y'all are very, very weird,...I'm waiting for a
Complete thread -- I can hear contractility
Complete thread -- leaning toward that as well it being logical, oh well. thanks again Margaret
Complete thread -- (logically b/c I could not "hear" it,) I would guess "contractility good."
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- (yes.)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not sure myself, thanks will listen for Summerlin.
Complete thread -- ...procedure explained. ("period")
Complete thread -- btw, orders written
Complete thread -- Summerlin? see link
Complete thread -- WHAT is under the recommendations section? TIA, nnnjlk.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- Seborrheic keratosis cheek, one quarter centimeter.. that is 0.25 cm?
Complete thread -- (bogdni, good to see you again on WB! :-)
Complete thread -- (hmm...impossible for me to decipher. Are you SURE doc dictated actual name of facility?
Complete thread -- hospital name help pls, wav posted. thanks!
Complete thread -- interesting... OP "g," can you tell us whether pt is on East or West coast of USA?
Complete thread -- and was surprised to find "47,700 results" in google for - "postoperative day 0"
Complete thread -- (nor have I heard that; but in-hosp care = accelerated for west coast US > east coast US.
Complete thread -- was started on clear liquids on postop day #0 (same day of surgery/post surgery)
Complete thread -- flagging; thanks for help
Complete thread -- WAG - postoperative day 0? (never heard this myself before though)
Complete thread -- (Thanks for your feedback! I hope you (we) are correct on it! :-)
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- (anxious to hear from others! I myself haven't the teeniest cotton-picking notion!
Complete thread -- postoperative s/l viz-U zero
Complete thread -- "Martius flap technique."
Complete thread -- maybe "Marti.....Flap"?? ( cannot remember how the source spelled it.)
Complete thread -- (haven't heard; going to search now :-)
Complete thread -- vesicovaginal fistula using s/l Marshes flap. Pls help , thank you.
Complete thread -- (a more common word than "peripheral" would be "collateral," but your s/l=too far away.
Complete thread -- (hmmm....interesting,....I don't think I can help you tease THIS answer out, tho.
Complete thread -- thanks, that would make sense as the left testicle is "vascularly
Complete thread -- for many, well, no, "some" pts a retic count IS ordered, regardless of H/H status.
Complete thread -- peripheral flow? (wondering, the usual vessels supplying testes are not functional, but
Complete thread -- Ultrasound shows "profile" flow to both testicles. ??
Complete thread -- Hi Mgt, thanks for the info, didn't know that retic count is not ordered unless
Complete thread -- Good point, fan. H/H of 14.x/4x.x suggests not, though.
Complete thread -- WAG- reticulocyte? (does patient have anemia of CKD?) see link
Complete thread -- (Thanks for your post! I'm disappointed that what follows fails to help, but it doesn't.
Complete thread -- this is what he says after my s/l; will flag thanks
Complete thread -- (I'm Totally mystified!!!:-) For a pt w/ BUN 14, Cr 0.9, albumin only 3.0 might be a tad
Complete thread -- s/l reh-tuh-kest
Complete thread -- (thank you for speaking up to claim the archival squib. I'm sure we all are enriched as a
Complete thread -- toilet (though not sure what the ice chips are all about..lol)
Complete thread -- I am obviously the archival poster who supposedly misunderstood the Eq reference.
Complete thread -- (probably not too important, but I'm unable to discern if you are "sm" or the "OP" of this
Complete thread -- sounds proprietary to the facility, or a small group of facilities.
Complete thread -- I didn't "misunderstand" anything. I posted a citation with link (no longer active).
Complete thread -- s.l collate
Complete thread -- (joke!) kleeblattschädel skull jumped to my mind from s/l; wrong, of course! :-)
Complete thread -- s/l lopshokull clamps were used to manually manipulate fracture to good alingment.tx
Complete thread -- "to run it by" is casual language meaning they'll discuss what is proposed w/ psych, to
Complete thread -- s/l = "sounds like."
Complete thread -- Thank you, sm! Yes, "Eq," and more commonly "mEq" DO have precise chemical meanings. SM
Complete thread -- wow! i never thought of it that way poi! thanks so very much! gonna keep for future ref
Complete thread -- Oh, well - I will see what QA has to say. I still appreciate the help
Complete thread -- (random answer #2) Question=simple; a complete answer=complex, deep, and SM
Complete thread -- I'm not sure that poster in the archives is correct, though.
Complete thread -- Billybob, you are wonderful! I've never seen that and am writing it down. nm
Complete thread -- see link regarding "equivalent."
Complete thread -- Thanks! I thought it was very strange, think I'll just flag it. Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- don't know what that means unless it's something about generic
Complete thread -- and atenolol EQ (dosage)" sm
Complete thread -- Dr. dictates "Ultram EQ (dosage), Topamax EQ (dosage), Seroquel EQ (dosage) sm
Complete thread -- between (inter) L4 and L5 and beween L5 and S-1, not within (intra)
Complete thread -- esl doc unsure if he is saying intra or intervertebral device. please help!
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yep, that was it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- used
Complete thread -- staples? (as in surgical staples used during the previous pneumonectomy)?
Complete thread -- Seating chisel is used for cutting the track for the blade in the proximal femur?
Complete thread -- "s/l stop-uhs"
Complete thread -- proximal femur was repaired first with s/l "key center" chisel.. NM
Complete thread -- can be used? use?
Complete thread -- what perfect timing! I was just getting ready to send it in with one blank. you saved me
Complete thread -- leash of vessels?
Complete thread -- will have problem IF you have screen enlarged, then post, it won't do it.
Complete thread -- depends on what "it" is.
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- doh! it is a calcar.
Complete thread -- same shoulder arthroplasty....please sm
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm (shoulder arthroplasty)
Complete thread -- conjoined tendon
Complete thread -- forgot to mention that this is a shoulder arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- dif (differential)?
Complete thread -- lumbar puncture checking cell count s/l "dis" protein,
Complete thread -- it is a range, but I posted as an example (to the OP) of terms in radiotherapy.
Complete thread -- you can take aspirin for arthritis, but you can also take it for fever and pain.
Complete thread -- Finally found it - Cytra-2 solution.
Complete thread -- Patient with minimal change disease - started on s/l citroic-2 solution.
Complete thread -- wouldn't that be soft tissue? Including muscles and tendons and what surrounds them?
Complete thread -- random question: when taking anti-inflammatories, what is it that is inflamed?
Complete thread -- Thanks, nm!
Complete thread -- Marcus Gunn pupil
Complete thread -- this depends on the area in question I believe
Complete thread -- you posted 3 times, need to back track when doing this to see the answers
Complete thread -- ? pupil in the right eye
Complete thread -- never mind!!! ergotamine - sorry
Complete thread -- drawing a blank....She may need an s/l ergonamine stress test.
Complete thread -- nipple-areola complex or nipple-areolar complex (r after areola or not?) Thanks
Complete thread -- the ( ) are what im not sure of. im trying to get a wav file up but i ...
Complete thread -- Yep!
Complete thread -- proceeded, not preceded. what are all the parens?
Complete thread -- Conventional Radiotherapy 180-200 cGy/day, 5 days/wk to 6600-7200 cGy; ...
Complete thread -- what is your question? are those words in () stated and you want confirmation
Complete thread -- The patient then preceded to follow up (daily) radiotherapy. (He recei ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Looks good to me
Complete thread -- The sentence is as dictated. Am I typing the mm of O2 correct?
Complete thread -- some things just "sound funny" :)
Complete thread -- Well, I guess "dispose" can mean "transfer" after all. Was thinking it only meant "throw
Complete thread -- Disposition: The patient's body was "disposed" to the funeral home
Complete thread -- I have. Thom McAn shoes have been around for many, many years.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Was just going to flag the whole works, now as clear as a bell.
Complete thread -- hearing changes, rash (no urinary)
Complete thread -- vision changes or hearing changes
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Not trying to be rude, but I am on this board every day and never
Complete thread -- spell check - subpoena
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Complete thread -- There's not even enough audio to help, sorry.
Complete thread -- (which will include services _____ for necessary medical and hospital records
Complete thread -- Claimants (A guess)
Complete thread -- LOL! Well it is kinda funny because I ended up thinking that was it said way too fast
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- der, nevermind, just saw you had didn't sound like oblique
Complete thread -- I think he is saying way too fast external abdominal oblique. He is a jerk!
Complete thread -- oblique??
Complete thread -- s/l Clams or clements
Complete thread -- No, but thanks. Whatever he is mumbling, he is way too fast so will see what QA says
Complete thread -- Camper fascia ?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Every blank s/l downblake. Definitely not oblique or spermatic or anything else like
Complete thread -- common proximal hepatic duct
Complete thread -- CT of the abdomen, which showed a "comment proximal" hepatic duct of 10 mm
Complete thread -- Oh, I did not think to research BI-RADS. Thanks.
Complete thread -- butting in here, but it would make sense if the abscess is encapsulated.
Complete thread -- BI-RADS 1, 2, 3,...
Complete thread -- ..nice, smooth, minimally antalgic gait..
Complete thread -- Comma help: A nice smooth minimally antalgic gait with a walker. Thanks!
Complete thread -- could be referencing x-ray images also
Complete thread -- Category 1 or I for mammography? Cannot clearly confirm. Thanks
Complete thread -- unsure.... would that make any sense?
Complete thread -- are you sure it is 0.05 cm and not 0.5 cm?
Complete thread -- capsule??
Complete thread -- Thanks!! Sigh...bb please fix this board!! Gets irritating trying to post over and over
Complete thread -- could work I think... sm
Complete thread -- cornu
Complete thread -- whichever way the person's name is spelled. There is no right or wrong way to spell a name
Complete thread -- s/l castle/casserole
Complete thread -- I am editing here and I have never seen Tom, short for Thomas, spelled as Thom. Which
Complete thread -- Cornea would not make sense here I don't think, but never heard of cornew
Complete thread -- tenotomy *back over the incision over .05 cm* and got a release.
Complete thread -- placing the liner. *Dry lap went toward the* work on the femur with the Box
Complete thread -- Audiogram: s/l brim curve is symmetric
Complete thread -- right retractor *rictus* and the Cobra retractor and the *stymie* pin inserted
Complete thread -- plse disregard
Complete thread -- He also reports occasional "ploh-dor" type chest pain. plse sm
Complete thread -- do you usually hear "confronatational" visual fields or "confrontation to"
Complete thread -- LOL! She's doing an Elmer Fudd...pppppPain...
Complete thread -- Physical exam of ankle injury. No palpable bony "pa-TANE." No idea!
Complete thread -- Oh, and this under the recommendations section...
Complete thread -- Not sure what she is trying to say here. r/o
Complete thread -- s/l new advent may be neoadjuvant therapy -
Complete thread -- If can post a wav file maybe helpers can tell. Or mention again in impression
Complete thread -- can't quite get IT. When you see Glidesheath, it is a trademark of
Complete thread -- thank you, I'm pretty sure he says inhomogeneous, but cant tell if its ...
Complete thread -- Pulmonary consult - see message please
Complete thread -- Yikes. NM. I would flag it. ...
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Complete thread -- Reason I question is I thought it should be 23 gauge 1-1/2 inch needle, but he says gauge
Complete thread -- inhomogeneous would mean the texture of the thyroid is different throughout
Complete thread -- thanks darlene, i will see if i can post a wav. ...
Complete thread -- Injection into the hip using a "23 inch and a half gauge needle." Is this 23 1-1/2 ?
Complete thread -- opps, left S off. S.b findings is plural
Complete thread -- The thyroid gland appears diffusely (inhomogeneous) with (___) focal n ...
Complete thread -- fractions means total dose of radiation is divided into small doses.
Complete thread -- maybe collation=correlation?
Complete thread -- ? no ultrasound images avail in computer
Complete thread -- Finding (plural - are) Entities plural (not sure of question) that it.
Complete thread -- Never mind. I got it. It is free T4. Thanks for your help. nm
Complete thread -- Doc is definitely saying 3T4. What does 2 free T4 mean?
Complete thread -- sooo Q where the heck ya beenhuh huh. Been missed nm
Complete thread -- No old ultrasound or nuclear medicine are available ...
Complete thread -- (ULTRASOUND): No old ultrasounds or ( ) (images) are available in th ...
Complete thread -- Findings (are)compatible with abnormal (hyperplasia), however (all of ...
Complete thread -- ?H&H (hemoglobin and hematocrit)
Complete thread -- ?? H&H
Complete thread -- Onelook shows it is Heberden
Complete thread -- Thank you Questyr!!
Complete thread -- Heberdene (but ck my spelling)
Complete thread -- Finger wound. s/l hibernine nodes apparent indicating underlying degenerative changes
Complete thread -- sorry for the double post
Complete thread -- #2 free T4 (probably)
Complete thread -- #2 free T4 (probably)
Complete thread -- link trademark
Complete thread -- S/L HNH and S/L 3T4. Thanks
Complete thread -- any ideas on the radiotherapy?
Complete thread -- thank you, i will try "2 mm" ...
Complete thread -- mostly I can not tell what he is saying. the first flag sounds like tu ...
Complete thread -- maybe listen for a "2 mm" lesion ??
Complete thread -- the first flag sounds like tumor meter, but I dont know if that makes ...
Complete thread -- Should have thought of this earlier. THanks.
Complete thread -- s/l means "sounds like", what the word sounds like that you are hearing. s.m.
Complete thread -- Good web site. Thanks you are correct. Patient has hypothyrodisim.
Complete thread -- s/l means sounds like. Do you have any examples of what you think the words sound like?
Complete thread -- ?liothyronine (check out drugs.com)
Complete thread -- how do i upload s/l? ...
Complete thread -- Im new at this, so what does s/l mean? so sorry ...
Complete thread -- S/L biothyodine sm
Complete thread -- sorry, upper left hand corner of page
Complete thread -- check archives, box in upper right hand corner of page. Put in mediport, see what comes up
Complete thread -- Which is correct: Mediport, Medi-Port, MediPort or either spelling?
Complete thread -- ?? do you have some s/l for the blanks?
Complete thread -- everything flagged is unknown, please help!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- then exchanged with a #4 French *endo neather* sheath
Complete thread -- s/l my faxes needle and myfaxes sheath
Complete thread -- LOL!! Doncha love SR???
Complete thread -- was gained?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks. The doc did not say it like that but that makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- dermographism
Complete thread -- S/L dermatoglassim sm
Complete thread -- WAG mesh tacks?
Complete thread -- interrupted Pro-Tack _____. Graft was tested
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- excised specimen
Complete thread -- excised area?? excised amount?? something like that
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- stitched at the crux of the wire
Complete thread -- 2 questions...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Could you possibly slow the dictation down a little please?
Complete thread -- think I hear "vertically" in there somewhere....
Complete thread -- bladder blade?
Complete thread -- nicked in the midline _____ Kelly clamps, rectus
Complete thread -- s/l upper blade placed
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tattoo performed with
Complete thread -- there was area with _____ prior colonoscopy
Complete thread -- Oops, meant to remove that. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- By the way, no local in there just injection of Glucagon
Complete thread -- Glucagon
Complete thread -- After injection of local _____, the bile duct was immediately cannulated.
Complete thread -- Possessive pronoun with gerund correct...see link
Complete thread -- At first glance, I thought you were serious!!! LOL!
Complete thread -- Senna-gen
Complete thread -- *Synogen for constipation...thanks!
Complete thread -- ASR: Synthroid 88 Michael Graham once daily.
Complete thread -- Ugh, yes.
Complete thread -- docism meaning straight leg raise testing... and hamstrings is one word
Complete thread -- strings and low back. *Leg* testing was negative for sciatic stretch.
Complete thread -- seems fine to me grammatically
Complete thread -- check out Akahoshi
Complete thread -- just a WAG - could it be CSD ? County Sheriff's Department
Complete thread -- Malik Omer Ali Elazreg, M.D. in Abilene, TX ??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- will reflect the time and effort it will take to fill out ...
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Eh, it was advice I wish someone had given me when I started out. It
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- I'm transcribing a report on a patient incarcerated in what sounds like CFG abv. Can
Complete thread -- s/l Pelavalop uterine manipulator was used for the procedure.
Complete thread -- pls help doc name malik s/l "arahi" from texas..NM
Complete thread -- fecal coliforms?
Complete thread -- thank you so very much to all who helped me!
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- always one in the bunch.
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Phacoemulsification--- debrided using a s/l Akahashi cannula. Any help appreciated.
Complete thread -- laceup, not a word. lace-up, adjective. Lace up, verb. Dictionary,
Complete thread -- Any suggestions? Yes, take (or retake) some basic English classes to learn how
Complete thread -- We will get him into a lace-up ankle brace. Is the hyphen needed here? getting
Complete thread -- no new sentence, maybe comma before presenting but okay as is.
Complete thread -- n/m going with it as is as I have to send it in.
Complete thread -- Please? i have to send it in. any suggestions? Please?
Complete thread -- Pls help me with punctuation of this sentence. thanks!
Complete thread -- It was actually a PS and I am hearing disparity too and needed confirmation.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing *disparity,* but with this being the first part you posted, it's
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- ah ha, hear it now
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "Trigonella foenum-graecum (Fenugreek) promotes milk production and increases..."
Complete thread -- She takes "Fun-der-reek" and OTC drug that stimulates breast milk.
Complete thread -- 1. if it gets severe, she is able to....
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- However, she said that she never really followed up and per the patien ...
Complete thread -- I hear: she did have gram positive _____ in her blood. (ERCP and drainage)
Complete thread -- giggs is likely giga (gigs) (radiation abbreviation link)
Complete thread -- to proceed with MRCP; however, she had _____ gram positive in her blood and it
Complete thread -- so, it would not be out of line to leave blanks for those medications, would it?
Complete thread -- that's what I was thinking, but then it is an incomplete sentence. don't know where to go
Complete thread -- chuckle sure sounds like liver bones. Maybe Levovist? sm
Complete thread -- 1-even though
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- (I could not fill in your blank. sorry.)
Complete thread -- is it okay to post a wav now?
Complete thread -- the AC would be assist control
Complete thread -- added wav
Complete thread -- WAG-renografin? methylene blue?
Complete thread -- Maybe. Some fibers "to" or "of" the facial nucleus? You're probably right. Thanks!
Complete thread -- After injection of *liver bones*, the bile duct was medially cannulated.
Complete thread -- I got it.. VATS treatment.
Complete thread -- Patient had a pneumothorax age 16, * PATS* treatment.
Complete thread -- fibers?
Complete thread -- probably giving some s/l "fivers" the facial nucleus (SM)
Complete thread -- No, its not acceptable. Check link.
Complete thread -- pronation?
Complete thread -- or even just massage therapy.
Complete thread -- thanks!!!
Complete thread -- is neuroforamen acceptable as one word?
Complete thread -- chipped for 4 holes sm
Complete thread -- Think it is Rhoton
Complete thread -- s/l proat-nee
Complete thread -- any golfers out there who can help?
Complete thread -- s/l PTI may be PCI percutaneous intervention, VRE may be
Complete thread -- Anterior cervical discectomy
Complete thread -- since mentions right renal artery would think descending as closer to the renals. BUT
Complete thread -- maybe she's getting acupuncture or ultrasound therapy or something
Complete thread -- When she undergoes chiropractic treatment "without" adjustment
Complete thread -- S/L PTI with VRE.
Complete thread -- NuvaRing birth control ?
Complete thread -- It's under ROS. Could be for hypertension.
Complete thread -- treatment for what?
Complete thread -- Yes, g/dL~ thank you
Complete thread -- Medical treatments include a "WVVA ring".
Complete thread -- grams per deciliter?
Complete thread -- White cell count 14,700, hemoglobin 10 grams s/l "grossly", platelet count 246,000
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks...just couldn't get the right spelling
Complete thread -- kg
Complete thread -- carina
Complete thread -- kilos
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no, thanks I flagged.
Complete thread -- s/l corina
Complete thread -- serrated - notched on the edge like a saw
Complete thread -- Audible ankle Doppler signals consistent with a functioning bypass and foot is warm.
Complete thread -- Pt s/p sclerotherapy. There is a lesion that is kind of a ringworm-like lesion w/
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- I should say - He had a GCS....
Complete thread -- Glascow Coma Scale of 13
Complete thread -- WAV file uploaded.
Complete thread -- subtotal?
Complete thread -- It sounds like "am 4"
Complete thread -- proper position?
Complete thread -- Note its collapsion -- making up words again
Complete thread -- Nares clear; no discharge. Tongue intact; tongue in s/L "am four" position. I guess
Complete thread -- coaptation?
Complete thread -- it may be that some degree of autofusion has occurred or significant l ...
Complete thread -- compression?
Complete thread -- Please see message
Complete thread -- shocks (for shockwaves)?
Complete thread -- pt presents for a planned "three point one" parathyroidectomy?
Complete thread -- By using the 200 micron holmium laser with 10 "s/l blocks" started
Complete thread -- Residual volume of 5.48, s/l "308%."
Complete thread -- current vent settings of s/l "ACBC"
Complete thread -- Trying to verify nurse at IRMC in Pennsylvania: Kathy s/l Toasty. If you can lead
Complete thread -- If I had not seen the cellulitis and rhymed it, I still would not have gotten it!
Complete thread -- Thanks as always poi.
Complete thread -- thanks for the added info, helps clarify :)
Complete thread -- extravasation of fluid around the port.
Complete thread -- Excision of fluid around the port. nm
Complete thread -- Trousseau's syndrome came up later.
Complete thread -- Brilliant! I knew swelling was out - phlebitis is it. You got me on the right track.
Complete thread -- Hairball, anyone? (its what comes to mind, lol)
Complete thread -- I think he is slurring "cellulitis" but it is hard to be 100% sure
Complete thread -- I prefer the first one for the mere fact that I don't start sentences
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks again.
Complete thread -- Try *bril in phonetic drug search
Complete thread -- slow "S/L acynthotic VK" curve.
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks! I had 2 ideas, one was that one, the other was problems with.
Complete thread -- I think either would be correct. I tend to go with the 1st one.
Complete thread -- No prior history of any radiation therapy
Complete thread -- Is this the best way to punctuate this sentence or would you make it separate sentenc
Complete thread -- wav file. I have a guess but it is a guess.
Complete thread -- rule in/out rxlist's suggestions for your s/l
Complete thread -- 34 free dictionaries above at onelook would have shown you how to spell
Complete thread -- sm....drug help
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thank you, Billybob. Nailed it! I so appreciate your help!!
Complete thread -- see link regarding felinization.
Complete thread -- I can't tell if he's saying descending or ascending thoracic aorta.
Complete thread -- on egd: s/l FEE-lin-uh-zay-shun argghhh (that's my word)
Complete thread -- The G tube will interfere with *har-VES-ting* the stomach. Please sm for
Complete thread -- They do use pledgets or packing that have petroleum (Vaseline) that help?
Complete thread -- The patient has been having difficulty with continued epistaxis despit ...
Complete thread -- radiologist would work if he was looking for calcifications in a sm
Complete thread -- All the reptuable sites I'm looking at has it as one word.
Complete thread -- Sections of duodenum demonstrate markedly dialated **black field** sm
Complete thread -- gigs would be slang for gigahertz (GHz) most likely-gamma probe
Complete thread -- dictionary, spell check, reference books....what do they all say?
Complete thread -- type and cross match of blood or crossmatch?
Complete thread -- No, doesn't seem to really git.
Complete thread -- thanks... it is slurred but not saying pathologist
Complete thread -- if pathologist that could make sense, but I don't think radiologist could tell either way,
Complete thread -- confirmation from the radiologist or pathologist?
Complete thread -- does not say letters... whatever he is saying sounds like the word gigs
Complete thread -- the radiologist that the two nodes *that were unfrozen* were negative
Complete thread -- counts per minute (cpm)?
Complete thread -- Ah, I think it's Hoyer lift (for transfer).
Complete thread -- i will relisten. thanks
Complete thread -- the counts were approximately 14 to 18 *gigs*
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. I'm just not sure and other context so far not
Complete thread -- Motrin?
Complete thread -- A med called s/l well-trin. see below
Complete thread -- wag: querulous (ck sp)
Complete thread -- Most likely BORDERLINE PVCs (premature ventricular contractions)
Complete thread -- which is in regard? with assist? (idk, but I thought I would give you my guesses)
Complete thread -- Actually I think BoS 2 refers to it as language to avoid, but as I stated,
Complete thread -- Pt currently is not walking. He is more *hor-you-less* now. Please sm
Complete thread -- got it, fascia lata
Complete thread -- Poi-- just read your response-- and good point. My old account preferred
Complete thread -- not sure if this helps, but see message
Complete thread -- laceration transversally through the s/l fascilotta and into the thigh musculature.
Complete thread -- Sierra Pacific Orthopaedic Center -used to type this all the time- it's in Fresno
Complete thread -- It actually is MY call- to make the report sound the best it can be-- but
Complete thread -- WAG - sports clinic?
Complete thread -- I believe that is it, thanks!
Complete thread -- No, I tried listening for that before posting. sounds pretty clear though
Complete thread -- prolonged QTc?
Complete thread -- He requires ongoing medication _____
Complete thread -- Vyvanse
Complete thread -- Nubain?
Complete thread -- EKG: Borderline s/l PIVC. ??? Negative T waves in V6.
Complete thread -- med help - sm
Complete thread -- Yep, that was it! Thanks again to all helpers!
Complete thread -- METS per ____
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Well, some 12 minutes later she has mentioned ACE level in similar
Complete thread -- Spock was a famous pediatrician but dunno was he from Calif?
Complete thread -- Yes, at night is clear. Thanks for your input as well.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll go back to listen again for this. : )
Complete thread -- Child in California with broken arm advised to call the "Spot" clinic. "Spock"? can'
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- could be spitting, because of the reflux at night with GERD... (or, "spitting up blood"?)
Complete thread -- sweating?
Complete thread -- Pt denies *spitting* at night. I don't hear snoring at all. Please SM for
Complete thread -- Normal inflammatory markers except for elevated *A-S-seen* levels.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard that too. I heard pain and chronic.
Complete thread -- WAG chronic low back pain?
Complete thread -- WAG chronic lung impairment?
Complete thread -- rheumatoid arthritis, chronic _____ and urinary incontinence
Complete thread -- I left the abbreviation to be on the safe side but am fairly sure AMS is altered mental
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- and soon then thereafter received some blood
Complete thread -- tonight about endoscopy and _____ received some blood.
Complete thread -- Questioning AMS. I found 1 site where hyperlipidemia, intoxication and AMS were
Complete thread -- four-point restraints?
Complete thread -- s/l aseps??? SM
Complete thread -- Thank you - this could be it ...
Complete thread -- external beam radiation?
Complete thread -- gynecologic oncology
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He takes his Rythmol only once a day, if that.
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- I did a quick google and it looks like they use vancomycin to lock the permcath, but s.m.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I thought the same thing
Complete thread -- almost s/l to me that he says the patient is currently retired on the basis of his
Complete thread -- Patient is on hemodialysis: "Add [s/l: vancolox] to his PermCath.
Complete thread -- This was quite good for him. He appears to be stable entirely on the basis...?
Complete thread -- This looks quite good for him?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Ty!
Complete thread -- okay, from what I am finding I guess this is okay to type. thanks
Complete thread -- Lab work from 05/19/2011 showed normal s/l hemogram with a hematocrit of 40.9%
Complete thread -- contrast and significant toxicity
Complete thread -- concerned about the risk of "contrast insignificant toxicity" with the use of IV
Complete thread -- comma "with some loss of mobility" is not a complete thought
Complete thread -- OH! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Punctuation help in regard to however (semicolon vs comma). See inside please.
Complete thread -- e-stim electrical stimulation
Complete thread -- s/l iontophoresis and an "A-stem" from the elbows more...
Complete thread -- I saw the trade mark on the brand of flour and just assumed. Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- It is capitalized because it is the proper name for a plant.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I did find Kamut, but it looked like a brand name to me rather than an actual food?
Complete thread -- antecubital ?
Complete thread -- kamut
Complete thread -- Patient is allergic to rice, soy, oregano, red dye #4, tomato and * s/l cam-ut.*
Complete thread -- The arterial duplex scan for the left arm arteriovenous graft showed elevated
Complete thread -- Okay. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Grammatically, mid and lower are adjectives describing a singular noun, so was.
Complete thread -- Also AAMT-BOS2 shows this
Complete thread -- grammar - I'm disagreeing with MS Word.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- compressing the right lobe?
Complete thread -- ? reversed ipsilateral greater saphenous vein?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Just guessing, but "more THAN normal.." and "suppressing the right..."
Complete thread -- ipsilateral?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Link Below...
Complete thread -- PBAC (pictorial blood loss assessment chart )
Complete thread -- he had a right popliteal artery-to-dorsalis pedis artery bypass using
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- s/l PVAX score
Complete thread -- Thought maybe too but does not quite sound like that. Could be mispronouncing.
Complete thread -- viral colitis?
Complete thread -- cyclobenzaprine
Complete thread -- WAG cyclobenzaprine?
Complete thread -- P = pulmonic (a.k.a. P2, sound made by pulmonary valve)
Complete thread -- Good point!
Complete thread -- med s/l cyclofantazopreme
Complete thread -- LASIK is an acronym, so it needs to be capped.
Complete thread -- We seem to make them harder, not a problem
Complete thread -- thanks. I did not know this!!
Complete thread -- so easy, sorry
Complete thread -- further evaluate her *volume of* colitis.
Complete thread -- successfully
Complete thread -- Per AAMT-BOS2 (sm)
Complete thread -- Patient ______ using Canasa for two-week
Complete thread -- checked archives but still confused. Do you cap the letters in LASIK surgery?
Complete thread -- :o)
Complete thread -- aHA! I believe eemjbh is precisely correct here!
Complete thread -- No, like saying he is a director.
Complete thread -- No caps.
Complete thread -- Wood's lamp
Complete thread -- he is an associate dean. cap or not cap associate dean?
Complete thread -- *p sound*
Complete thread -- Eye exam - s/l woodsel lamp (possibly slit lamp exam)
Complete thread --