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Complete thread -- ____________ level was sent too.
Complete thread -- Urinalysis negative. VBG showing normal lactate. Blood cultures were s ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- and then removal just recently. He has been (? noted to complain)
Complete thread -- and then removal just recently. He is presenting with chief complaint...
Complete thread -- This is a 21-year-old male with past medical history of end-stage rena ...
Complete thread -- duh-I see where now that it goes. I will try to pay better attention.
Complete thread -- what I hear on current wav -Frontal bossing, retrognathia, or dolichocephaly
Complete thread -- i posted at the same time
Complete thread -- Urinalysis negative. VBG showing normal lactate. Blood cultures were s ...
Complete thread -- nm. dolichocephaly.
Complete thread -- wav posted.
Complete thread -- Patient seen for Marfan syndrome. s/l odella-ko-keff-ly.
Complete thread -- phaco chop?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- "bowing of the INTERventricular septum"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- by the way, listen for "an" echocardiogram
Complete thread -- with ________s/l bovine of the intraventricular septum compatible with ...
Complete thread -- akinetic
Complete thread -- in echocardiogram, with mid to distal wall being ________. ...
Complete thread -- The cataract was phacoemulsified using a *pullout* technique for the n ...
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Complete thread -- reading online
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Complete thread -- cm of kind of thick muscle
Complete thread -- I can't hear anything?
Complete thread -- No wav file.
Complete thread -- Year's (Eve)
Complete thread -- Three weeks ago, she started taking calcium citrate after ___________ ...
Complete thread -- she was evaluated when it happened acutely 5 to 6 weeks prior to that ...
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Complete thread -- no comma after septum. a centimeter of condensed thick ?? what septum?
Complete thread -- donut
Complete thread -- There are no lesions in the septum, specifically, but it does feel lik ...
Complete thread -- We discussed deflating the ________to little bit to see if that makes ...
Complete thread -- , John Smith, at ABC... ... Systems also feels that
Complete thread -- Am I doing the commas right? sm please
Complete thread -- it probably is HCO3, but he clearly stated PCO2 so will flag.
Complete thread -- actually I'd bet it is the bicarb value cause it fits with that value, but yep needs
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks. I will flag it.
Complete thread -- first PCO2 should be the right one. I would say his 2nd one is supposed to be something e
Complete thread -- ABG results
Complete thread -- but that is not the same as bone-on-bone which we all know what they mean when
Complete thread -- Magnetic resonance imaging evidence of bone edema; bone marrow edema
Complete thread -- Glad you're okay!! :D figured we bored you to death. lol
Complete thread -- OOPs...not dictate but rather enter in Google search
Complete thread -- To poster a bit below, I didn't die LOL but had to run the kiddo around for after school
Complete thread -- SPECT
Complete thread -- Ugh, it's dual.
Complete thread -- Pt had a nuclear s/l duo cardiac spect study. Carbon monoxide levels.
Complete thread -- me thinks you're right...
Complete thread -- I know, but I think that that M is the M protein and he/she is just saying it IgGM. lol
Complete thread -- wonder, if pureed, it gets in the system faster?
Complete thread -- i think we should stop while we're ahead...LOL
Complete thread -- and to further confuse the situation:
Complete thread -- true, but I was thinkin the "monoclonal" was the "m" part...but then found IgGM above.
Complete thread -- , the immunoglobulin class (IgG1, IgG2a, IgGM, etc.) and light chain sub-class (kappa or l
Complete thread -- Don't know what she is looking for xactly, but there are IgG and IgM
Complete thread -- When the abnormal M protein is identified in myeloma, it is most often an IgG kappa type.
Complete thread -- I haven't either, so I flagged it.
Complete thread -- I've heard of bone on bone arthrosis...but not edema.
Complete thread -- and...I found IgGM - google JUST those letters
Complete thread -- I see IgG kappa monoclonal
Complete thread -- Decided to go with track. Just saw your post below. Thanks!
Complete thread -- 2nd usage is verb/track.. see msg
Complete thread -- IgM kappa protein (light chains/bands)
Complete thread -- I bet it should be pulmonary edema. Love those NPs
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=peripheral+edema&oq=peripheral+edema&aq=f&aqi=g10&aq
Complete thread -- I have to upload it, but still would like to know if you have heard of it...
Complete thread -- The second "track" -- is it track or tract? Please SM for sentence.
Complete thread -- ever hear of IGGM, not IgM, kappy in the serum? TIA!
Complete thread -- I don't see why you couldn't. peripheral - near the surface or outside of; external.
Complete thread -- bone-on-bone edema? Said very clearly (see message)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Me neither. Think this NP is just using wrong term here.
Complete thread -- I know that is where the pure came in pure - pureee . just a wild try
Complete thread -- nupe, peripheral is referring to limbs typically and most typically lower extremities,
Complete thread -- Recovery stable with a heavy drainage postoperative dressing as with
Complete thread -- That certainly would make sense but hearing that "p"...thanks.
Complete thread -- I can hear now "heavy-drainage postoperative dressing." Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- Ever heard of lungs reveal no peripheral edema? New dictator but very clear. TIA
Complete thread -- Fast speaker. Please see message, after knee surgery.
Complete thread -- one last gasp pure vitamin D?
Complete thread -- This one is getting a flag! Thanks for the help though.
Complete thread -- and puree it? big old wag
Complete thread -- hmm...I shall go relisten. Thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- That's it..thanks! :)
Complete thread -- saying period? calcium.
Complete thread -- de Quervain's?
Complete thread -- This doctor is doing a right carpal tunnel release and a right (S/l gw ...
Complete thread -- early osteopenia. Advised to take calcium and "pur-eee-it". Any ideas?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- it 'looked' like repairolysis, but that can't be it. and I was wondering why he would
Complete thread -- yes! thanks I can hear that now
Complete thread -- ?enterolysis
Complete thread -- help with surgical procedure title pls sm
Complete thread -- tragal region/tragal cartilage
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could "dunked" be "tucked"?
Complete thread -- Couple of questions
Complete thread -- due to fullness?
Complete thread -- in the nasal labial region to the *fullness*. This was closed with Monocryl
Complete thread -- Works for me too. Some days, they're just impossible.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I did try to look at other reports, but he didn't mention in the
Complete thread -- I'd already fixed that on my proofing at end.
Complete thread -- CUSA -- CUSA® brand systems have led the ultrasonic surgical aspiration ."'Cavitron Ultras
Complete thread -- found it in archives - CUSA - sorry for the post :-(
Complete thread -- wondered about cautery = color, but I can't see them using that on the skin? I bet
Complete thread -- brain surgery instrument - s/l Koosa ? (same s/l for all 4 blanks)
Complete thread -- MonoMax (Aesculap) abdominal wall closure sm & link
Complete thread -- new FDA Omontys (peginesatide) Anemia associated with CKD chronic kidney disease
Complete thread -- All I put was Echelon 60 and they came up. There is also a TA-60 ...
Complete thread -- All I put was Echelon 60 and they came up. There is also a TA-60 ...
Complete thread -- Ethicon Blue Reload for 60mm Echelon Stapler and Cutter, 12/bx · More Details > Packing In
Complete thread -- and it is Aria not Arya
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying but can't get that at all. He seems to be saying a single term that has
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I only find 60, googling just Echelon stapler
Complete thread -- Thanks! I did as you suggested, but that didn't come up so easily. Did
Complete thread -- Skin stapler?
Complete thread -- Cirque - see below
Complete thread -- Cirque at Arya Hotel (vegas)
Complete thread -- Monomax sutures used to reapproximate fascia. *hish-tur-color* to reapproximate skin.
Complete thread -- It is 60. if you Google with Echelon 16, 60 came up.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Having hard time determining if 16 or 60 is being dictated. When I research,
Complete thread -- nope no crazy; that IS how they phrase it, so many wraps (around)
Complete thread -- you do realize that is not at all what she was askin' 'bout?
Complete thread -- agree with this one. Sorry they do, "do" that and not fair.
Complete thread -- also, driven in an antegrade fashion "in an" is fine
Complete thread -- a guess what "might be meant" prob short-speak for C=cerclage wire
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- actually, I bet he means, At the time of her discharge, she was asymptomatic.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- your wav apparently got waved over. DO you have a s/l, or wait a minute and repost
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- related to her (?). followup for condition. sounds here like he says, At the
Complete thread -- related to _____. She was advised to follow me for followup for _____ she was asympt
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- You put stuff and you don't verify it????? Darn
Complete thread -- Weitlaner (retractor)
Complete thread -- This was retracted forward with the *wheat liner* and then the mastoid
Complete thread -- I'll play, what is Compere?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your answer. I eventually had decided on that myself.
Complete thread -- Yep
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- So sorry. I got it.
Complete thread -- say...IN instead of AND
Complete thread -- I'd say
Complete thread -- can you hear "shunt" in there?
Complete thread -- Perhaps he means Compere fixation wire or compression wire.
Complete thread -- This doc always dictates C-wire. Not sure what it is. Do you want vf?
Complete thread -- What is a C-wire. There are K-wires Kirschner wires, never heard of a C-wire?
Complete thread -- Hard to hear difference between 'in' or 'and'. Would 'in' make sense here?
Complete thread -- good for you
Complete thread -- Yes thanks to both of you. He is saying current degree of cognitive impairment sm
Complete thread -- ---- cognitive impairment includes formal testing
Complete thread -- I think cognitive impairment might be part of it?
Complete thread -- Okay try it now.
Complete thread -- That's very terse and to the point as well. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Is that as loud as this goes?
Complete thread -- That's good enough for me! I guess that's all I'm trying to say!
Complete thread -- ignore the Solu-Medrol that was supposed to be sm
Complete thread -- She does follow some commands with good consistency, but cannot stay on task for any
Complete thread -- balanced?
Complete thread -- distributed evenly? fairly distributed?
Complete thread -- Can someone give me a good word that means?
Complete thread -- Trachelectomy, also known as cervicectomy, is the surgical removal of the cervix, the neck
Complete thread -- ? cervix
Complete thread -- there was enough *sewage* left to perform a cone but not enough
Complete thread -- s// perfermy trachelectomy
Complete thread -- NM - it is defecography
Complete thread -- as well as *def e cot a see*, which revealed a rectocele
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- WHEEW
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- omg!! She repeats this in the report and that is exactly what she says. Thanks MT50.
Complete thread -- He JUST says carpo. Not even sure I can here carpal.
Complete thread -- Is this a ?TEE. Could be "thin stalk"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Kaplan's
Complete thread -- Carpal tunnel release: "Capolin's line"??? sm
Complete thread -- Guessing "one wrap?" (crazy way of saying it tho)
Complete thread -- ectopy is noted today
Complete thread -- ectopy. I also thought I hard him say An ocasional ...
Complete thread -- In the findings portion of C-section op. "Nuchal cord was one s/l "map."
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- carpal spasm? (fits with dystonia)
Complete thread -- thanks all. I did Google so I am not sure how I missed it.
Complete thread -- Oh, so clear now! Thanks.
Complete thread -- hint... combination medication
Complete thread -- probably carbamazepine
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- google your s/l for answer - you are close
Complete thread -- oxcarbazepine
Complete thread -- try: At surgery a windsock aneurysm of the right coronary sinus of Valsalva was seen.
Complete thread -- She has been given tizanidine and *oxycarbamazine*
Complete thread -- s/l carpo
Complete thread -- windsock
Complete thread -- There was also a moderate size sinus of Valsalva aneurysm with a *wins ...
Complete thread -- There was also a moderate size sinus of Valsalva aneurysm with a *wins ...
Complete thread -- I would have preferred that they had called it...
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks all! I appreciate the help very much.
Complete thread -- seemsg
Complete thread -- there is lansoprazole for GERD?
Complete thread -- Travatan (travoprost) is used to treat glaucoma and ocular hypertension. no comma in 1500
Complete thread -- Travatan for glaucoma or ocular hypertension
Complete thread -- Medication help. Scleroderma and scleroderma lung disease are the only dx I know.
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- I would say yes since your would capitalize Dear Sir.
Complete thread -- When addressing a letter to Dear doctors, is the word doctors capped?
Complete thread -- That may be it, but I think it's not clear enough to be certain. Sending on. Thanks!
Complete thread -- extra-axial mass maybe
Complete thread -- frontotemporal s/l atroxial mass
Complete thread -- missed letters, should be "not worded well"
Complete thread -- not worded w, but was "meaning"confirmed restored blood flow using Doppler probe link
Complete thread -- lab site shows cap, but likely not a biggy, I use a cap.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- You might want to check your references books on that one. I've always
Complete thread -- does it matter if it's D-dimer or d-dimer?
Complete thread -- yes, thanks just needed confirmation; i know this just always overthinking things
Complete thread -- anything more than 1 would be plural, right?
Complete thread -- 1-1/4 teaspoons or 1-1/4 teaspoon?
Complete thread -- I am just going to leave a blank. Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- darnitallanyway. no. It was a complete sentence all by itself with a very distinct pause
Complete thread -- will listen again...
Complete thread -- Could there be a period after tibial? Doppler ultrasound?
Complete thread -- here is before and after....
Complete thread -- what is the sentence after?
Complete thread -- I completed the anastomosis, restoring flow with the posterior tibial Doppler.
Complete thread -- found...Stemmer sign
Complete thread -- true
Complete thread -- Lymphedema stage 4 papillomatosis plus s/l "Denver" sign positive.
Complete thread -- aw heck
Complete thread -- listen again for "external"
Complete thread -- substitute teacher
Complete thread -- social hx: tp works as s/l substitive teacher. thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He is on NAC in pill form and I wrote him a prescription to try to get this as a liquid.
Complete thread -- and I would rather him only discontinue his azo first.
Complete thread -- Consequently, we have agreed he should stop his azathioprine as well a ...
Complete thread -- s/l "peg sternal" (doesn't s.l external) PEG tube placement
Complete thread -- knock, knock. where did our poster go?
Complete thread -- Colonoscopy via stoma with s/l "snap" and a polypectomy of a cecal polyp.
Complete thread -- I guess it's "a decrease of all modalities" Sorry about that
Complete thread -- there is a decreased s/l "volma dallies" in the right arm
Complete thread -- Rizzuti's are used for opthalm ... I don't think that is right. what is this procedure?
Complete thread -- appear opaque. I am not able to see...
Complete thread -- rizutti?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- appear opaque
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- listened
Complete thread -- I listened after you first posted and thought I heard "appear to be pink and I am (or am
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The artery and vein in the chest were isolated and a single *green* Ri ...
Complete thread -- Both of his tympanic membranes appear _________to see appreciable ligh ...
Complete thread -- good job!!
Complete thread -- That is right! Oh my. You are geniuses! I was looking for a brand name. Thanks!
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I still hear implicated clearly but she got implemented. :) Thanks.
Complete thread -- inside the cavity and using it as a wick, and then...
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks to both of you great minds. Lol.
Complete thread -- and using it as a wick, and then
Complete thread -- could be half a wick...
Complete thread -- could be half a wick...
Complete thread -- and using an "affa" wick? the sound file isn't playing long enough before repeating
Complete thread -- half a wick?
Complete thread -- and using an ?? wick ... need more sound file, this isn't giving enou ...
Complete thread -- sounds sort of like asta?
Complete thread -- some kind of wick
Complete thread -- and using a... wick, and then inserting
Complete thread -- wav file.
Complete thread -- great minds think alike LOL
Complete thread -- ocular migraines?
Complete thread -- ocular migraines?
Complete thread -- implemented/
Complete thread -- I still understand how the "however....." makes sense. Will go back to it. She is so
Complete thread -- Two s/ls 1. Fall precautions to be "implicated" (and really s/l this) 2. s/l Ah
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ...err (rhymes with air) or err (rhymes with blur) see quote.
Complete thread -- err (on the side of safety).
Complete thread -- Doctor says what s/l ERRR (as in the last part of flower or power)
Complete thread -- yes... verified by txt with doc that it is interfracture hematoma
Complete thread -- sounds like the hematoma is within the fracture site, so intrafracture?
Complete thread -- how about interfracture?
Complete thread -- sound file?
Complete thread -- no...
Complete thread -- cool beans, glad I could help!
Complete thread -- infrastructure?
Complete thread -- that is exactly it!!! Thank you so much FGJJGJ!
Complete thread -- (I typed into google.... speech therapy vita...and that came up. Google is our friend.
Complete thread -- interfracture hematoma? intrafracture hematoma? no clue
Complete thread -- I agree with "but" makes the most sense
Complete thread -- how about...VitalStim® Therapy System
Complete thread -- sound file?
Complete thread -- will receive aggressive speech therapy including s/l vito steen if deemed appropriate
Complete thread -- Try this... submaximal, but they were able to reproduce the ... see msg
Complete thread -- I think "but" makes the most sense.
Complete thread -- Not sure what she is trying to say (esl)
Complete thread -- Mirena is correct. FTR.
Complete thread -- ty all. :)
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you. He said laid and I was questioning myself.
Complete thread -- double ck spelling on that.
Complete thread -- has had the Mirena in place?
Complete thread -- She has had the Mirena in place and...
Complete thread -- lay - past tense of lie
Complete thread -- hate to do this, but I have a grammar question sm
Complete thread -- wav posted. Last menstrual period was April. She has had them ___ and denies issues
Complete thread -- yes thanks
Complete thread -- bifid foot deformities?
Complete thread -- used orthotics on both feet for many years for chronic history of "blifafid" deformit
Complete thread -- thank you,you are so right
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you! :) ...
Complete thread -- as of 3/21 (?)
Complete thread -- could be covered (rubber-covered)
Complete thread -- A most recent Dilantin level which as at 321 showed a level of 9
Complete thread -- Prolapse
Complete thread -- well, it isn't tibiotalar. LOL
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh. Those are my least favorite. Have 1 lady like that. Not ladylike at all!
Complete thread -- LOL wow we were close!
Complete thread -- I have a difficult one too...
Complete thread -- I really am! Thanks. I had 17 in 2 days last week and actually when I put my hair back
Complete thread -- embarrassed, but ..... it was temperature - thanks all for your help
Complete thread -- Thanks. With her, I do not think it is a matter of getting it 'perfect' just close.
Complete thread -- you're getting better at her dictations though.
Complete thread -- this lady kills me. i'd go with the first one closer to what she said.
Complete thread -- I believe weight-sparing was it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- IMO, she is making no sense
Complete thread -- wav file, I have 2 sentences. Which one sounds closer or something else?
Complete thread -- hmm, maybe. It was a knee-jerk answer... lol
Complete thread -- sorta makes sense, in a way that it is not showing wear where you weight bear?
Complete thread -- lol, sorry that actually does NOT make sense.
Complete thread -- Ahh very good thinking!
Complete thread -- weight-sparing?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I was thinking tibiotalar?
Complete thread -- ? maybe "the patellar (as in reflex)
Complete thread -- Thanks. Seeing that for shoulder. Thanks to all helpers, too! Going to flag and move on
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Ok. I see. Thanks!
Complete thread -- yep, hard to tell which one they want unless they spell it for us. yep yep
Complete thread -- Fowler test is all I can come up with for ortho that might s/l ferrier?
Complete thread -- I will do that, thank you
Complete thread -- FABER, FABERE, fabere, faber are all correct as per client preferences
Complete thread -- okay then...fabere is acronym for flexion, abduction, external rotation; extension.
Complete thread -- I have wound care doctors who use the narrative format with no headings
Complete thread -- FABER - flexion abduction external rotation. not sure on ferrier, still lookin.
Complete thread -- totally stumped, s/l tibbitt-er sm pls
Complete thread -- fyi, if you pay attention, you might end up sounding smart.
Complete thread -- Pain in anterior hip with both the fabere *and farrier* test. Doc is
Complete thread -- that insurance should pay because a trained pro had to do it,
Complete thread -- Q9 is the coding modifier on podiatric/foot exams used for billing is what I was trying ..
Complete thread -- thank you both - I think I'd better flag it. nm.
Complete thread -- Guessing here ~ could it be hazardous foot rescue?
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard lucid for the 1st word which did fit in with the next sentence. Thanks.
Complete thread -- more:
Complete thread -- I sure hear that now! Ack!
Complete thread -- this may make sense. Google hazardous foot risk Q9.
Complete thread -- recent fall
Complete thread -- s/l Q9
Complete thread -- question about orthopedic narrative format
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- with regard to, as regards, in regard to.
Complete thread -- Thank You!
Complete thread -- thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- maybe (a guess) meant, bolus (of heparin) (to stop clotting)
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- "There" is a pronoun that introduces the real subject, which is "marks"
Complete thread -- dont see anything very awkward there, maybe a comma before but ...
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- First one is properly forward bled and backbled.
Complete thread -- back bled (not sure what comes before that)
Complete thread -- balloon-assisted maturation, check that out
Complete thread -- bolus should probably be "The flow was released..."
Complete thread -- baloon-assisted something
Complete thread -- correct punctuation for thus? See inside
Complete thread -- completion of the anastomosis the vessel was *properly formed back best*. The *bolus
Complete thread -- . It was felt that *bloom es sister maturation* if necessary that this
Complete thread -- "appear" is not the subject, it is a verb, lol.
Complete thread -- BTW, that should be diagnosis, not "diagnose"
Complete thread -- There is the pronoun. does is the verb, appear is the subject. Not usage note
Complete thread -- I was just going to post something similar, good job.
Complete thread -- Someone who agrees with me.
Complete thread -- do -- think of it this way as a proof
Complete thread -- You might. not knowing better.
Complete thread -- this is a question of tense, BTW. I do want to go to the store. I did want
Complete thread -- It's do in both of your examples. I wouldn't lie.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- It does appear however, that you did sleep through many things.
Complete thread -- no, focal findings is plural
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- no comma needed
Complete thread -- check explanations of when to use did, does, do. I'm stickin' with does.
Complete thread -- I think you slept through elementary school.
Complete thread -- Thanks for all input, but I don't see an agreement! I'm going to see if
Complete thread -- He developed recurrent disease in the left lung hilum and mediastinum. sm plse
Complete thread -- And you could even use there did appear to be. but not there do
Complete thread -- well-being and even some places allow 1 word, but it is not 2 words either
Complete thread -- well being, not one word. nm
Complete thread -- well being or wellbeing??
Complete thread -- No and NO
Complete thread -- There don't appear to be any facts (do not appear to be)
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- There doesn't appear to be any facts (does not) for that, but
Complete thread -- It would be there does not appear to be "a" focal finding. (singular)
Complete thread -- YES.
Complete thread -- No
Complete thread -- FDA has approved QNASL (beclomethasone dipropionate) ( So the generic appears in archives
Complete thread -- FDA new QNASL nasal aerosol corticosteroid seasonal and year-round nasal allerg
Complete thread -- There do not appear to be any focal findings!
Complete thread -- wait, it not in a prep phrase, my bad, but it is not the word of agreement, iow
Complete thread -- Borg Dyspnea score a number between 0 and 10 reported bypatient walking
Complete thread -- No
Complete thread -- yes, agree. there does appear .. your word marks follows in a prepositional phrase.
Complete thread -- Well, it is right whether it sounds right or not. do not appear
Complete thread -- do appear
Complete thread -- Resistance is Futile. You will be assimilated.
Complete thread -- There do appear to be marks. There does appear to be a mark.
Complete thread -- does not appear .. There do doesn't even sound right.
Complete thread -- Hmm, thinking it over some more, googling around...maybe it is "does." Agree?
Complete thread -- Borg?
Complete thread -- Grammar help for following sentences, please...
Complete thread -- That'd be great, if that was her question?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Her *bawg score* score is that of a zero. Her pain score is that of a zero
Complete thread -- I think she knew what PA meant, she was questioning how to put the 's' on it.
Complete thread -- fyi
Complete thread -- s/l pro-veena ?
Complete thread -- Thank you..
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was so close. Did not hear the l's. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- Krill oil is made from a species of krill [Euphausia superba]. Three of the most important
Complete thread -- 4.3
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- . She had an elevated INR *for pain 3* so her Coumadin was adjusted.
Complete thread -- trichobezoar is a bezoar (a mass found trapped in the gastrointestinal system) formed from
Complete thread -- worried as well about the possibility of a sl*tree-co-bee-zor*,
Complete thread -- posterior or anterior tibialis tendon
Complete thread -- I think you got it: Nearly all appendages in the adult contain pectinate muscles
Complete thread -- thank you, both!
Complete thread -- if account allows, esp if a letter, I would spell out physician assistant, your call tho
Complete thread -- any 2-letter or more abbreviation/acronym is just the s, MRIs, PAs, CTs, WBCs
Complete thread -- That 2nd part is regarding apostrophe 's on an eponym, i.e., Down or Down's syndrome
Complete thread -- PAs versus PA's versus PA
Complete thread -- I always think of something like we had 2 Cokes, or bought 2 Buicks, or
Complete thread -- pectinate?
Complete thread -- They don't always list all hx, esp if not their speciality. It is male? sm
Complete thread -- Never mind, I think it is parotidectomy.
Complete thread -- agree; waist, like a narrowing
Complete thread -- maybe short cutting ??rhinostomy, i.e., DCR =dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR)
Complete thread -- maybe saying muscle artifact or something similar
Complete thread -- word help - s/l "peros-ta-gec-tomy
Complete thread -- can you post a wav? Op title, a bit more text maybe
Complete thread -- supraceliac isolated abdominal aortic dissection SM &link
Complete thread -- s/l peck-nay
Complete thread -- chronic tibialis tendon disruption (does MD mean tibial tendon??)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I just got stumped and posted before I really researched it much.
Complete thread -- I found a grammar site that looks pretty reliable and it says not to change the spelling
Complete thread -- I guess if it is considered an eponym it is without an apostrophe
Complete thread -- We actually did two separate "Fogartys" or "Fogarty's". sm
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- are you sure it isn't just supraceliac abdominal aortic control?
Complete thread -- supraceliac something?
Complete thread -- probably prednisone
Complete thread -- *superciliary agra* aortic control
Complete thread -- pt was recently placed on a course of "pregasone" and does not wish injection.
Complete thread -- If clear probably just means each additional time at intervention (strengthening the last)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- peau d'orange (check spelling)
Complete thread -- You'd get your answer here, but someone must have posted a sound file & covered yours.
Complete thread -- the patient does not have s/l pul dur age. pt had breast surgery & now has arm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear "ostomy"
Complete thread -- with chronic epiphora left eye with scarred _____ after prior DCR.
Complete thread -- urine toxicology...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- my thoughts exactly, waist, like a narrowing. Thanks a bunch, hunch.
Complete thread -- certainly not waste.
Complete thread -- transportation** i'm half asleep
Complete thread -- last one is household help, or transportion ..
Complete thread -- waste or waist?
Complete thread -- ty !!
Complete thread -- phytonadione
Complete thread -- med help
Complete thread -- ?s - help please
Complete thread -- intervention at 3.8 joules *per bolster*, 1345 joules
Complete thread -- If you look at this web site (sm)
Complete thread -- She carries a diagnosis of psychosis, not otherwise specified _____ sy ...
Complete thread -- audio file
Complete thread -- listen for Gwynedd? not likely.
Complete thread -- s/l grantine boulevard in NE Philadelphia PRO Physical Therapy
Complete thread -- medication "rapuflo", but it does not fit with PMH, please advise
Complete thread -- Is this a question or an answer to someone else's question placed in the
Complete thread -- hallux fibular border
Complete thread -- It's not trademarked or an acronym, so just use your best judgement
Complete thread -- U-tox or U-Tox or U-TOX which one is right...cannot find right answer ...
Complete thread -- disagree - no commas needed
Complete thread -- believe that would be "not so effective"
Complete thread -- too late, you've already committed a HIPAA violation. Please don't
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Complete thread -- if a Smit sleeve is able to be placed
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Complete thread -- FIGO stage IIB
Complete thread -- MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
Complete thread -- This is a 70-year-old woman with a _________ stage IIB squamous cell c ...
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Complete thread -- daughter today, as well as the expected acute and long-term
Complete thread -- they really don't address that specific. need to check a reference, Stedman's or Dorland'
Complete thread -- and has received .. to date with Dr. Grossheim,... if a ?
Complete thread -- We discussed the logistics of ring and tandem HDR implant in detail wi ...
Complete thread -- help please
Complete thread -- Now I hear not so affactive. Lol.
Complete thread -- I would place a comma between "distribution" and "frontoparietal."
Complete thread -- I would think "active" would fit~
Complete thread -- Anyone know what Book of Style lists: tPA or t-PA?
Complete thread -- she is not s/l "so factive" with her left arm. Tried to hear active or effective.
Complete thread -- does this need commas?
Complete thread -- I hear ya. I spent hours yesterday trying to find Dr. Smith's and Dr. Patel's and Dr.
Complete thread -- So it is bou not buo! This doctor is getting on my nerves. Wants copies to every which
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?q=jamie+debouno&hl=en&prmd=imvnso&ei=4g9xT6LtCsehtweSn4C8Dw&
Complete thread -- Never mind. It is Debuono
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Now I can't even google "Jamie Debouno" so I don't know.
Complete thread -- and was in archives
Complete thread -- yep, archives show Jamie Debouno (he had pronounced Deboundo at that time). I think he is
Complete thread -- googles right up
Complete thread -- Can anyone help find this "APN"/pain specialist?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Reference range for 1,25-D
Complete thread -- I hear vitamin D eleven-four. Let me check on some lab sites
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- normal LFTs, PTH 162, vitamin D ________. I advised him to take some o ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- makes sense to me the way you have it.
Complete thread -- You're good!
Complete thread -- I'd agree with 'one step at a time'
Complete thread -- one step at a time?
Complete thread -- we will proceed "once that bit of time" Not sure it makes a lot of
Complete thread -- I think 'end' is correct since he now dictates
Complete thread -- I meant to post my thanks below. I have another question:
Complete thread -- Thanks for your answer.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't edit or add a comma. There is primary and secondary infertility.
Complete thread -- I have never heard that term
Complete thread -- secondary infertility secondary to previous bilateral vasectomy.
Complete thread -- I remember, too
Complete thread -- yep. "hyphenate the expression since it forms a compound modifier preceding and is modify
Complete thread -- Hyphenated now, but not in the past? (I have earlier edition that doesn't show hyphen.)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'd say its okay, some say rim.
Complete thread -- oh of course, I thought pine trees. Time to quit for the day! Thanks all.
Complete thread -- sp-parentheses
Complete thread -- foreign body (glass)--saying parenthases glass
Complete thread -- Do not think needle is correct. I meant to delete that before posting
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- difficult colonoscopy to the (s/l cecum ridge)
Complete thread -- Ah, I get it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- clock referents in BoS 3, page 239. When an anatomic position is described
Complete thread -- o'clock as time is still okay. page 256 BoS 3... 8 o'clock tonight, or procedure
Complete thread -- But, I do not have BOS 3 and the above was the reason why the person asking
Complete thread -- There is in BOS 2. 3 a.m. or 3 o'clock in the morning
Complete thread -- That quote does not apply to time. Is there something in BOS under time?
Complete thread -- so, if its 3:00, then use 3:00 for what time it is. but not orientation.
Complete thread -- this is talking about orientation, like a suture at 3 o'clock position.
Complete thread -- Did BOS 3 change the ability to use o'clock as time? Can you no longer
Complete thread -- yea, meriodic limb povements makes sense LOL
Complete thread -- yea, meriodic limb povements makes sense LOL
Complete thread -- must be 24,000
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Perhaps just somewhat dyslexic. The other question I had on
Complete thread -- Creon 24,000 units or Creon 24, 1000 units? Well, I don't find a Creon 24 so it
Complete thread -- lol.. I remember. We all thought she was off her rocker :D
Complete thread -- last week I had posted a wav/question regarding HHENT being
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Finding "Ipas"--- thanks
Complete thread -- Google "ipas mva plus aspirator"
Complete thread -- google Ipas syringe and see if that's what you want.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ".....likely a polypoidal variant."
Complete thread -- s/l "eye pass" D: The cervix was progressively dilated up to 23-French and a
Complete thread -- She has a history of exudative macular degeneration in the right eye, likely a ______
Complete thread -- Does trace view fit here?
Complete thread -- I flagged.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I completed report and no mention. Here are the impressions and recommendations
Complete thread -- swaged.
Complete thread -- 0 Vicryl Dexon sutures?
Complete thread -- 0 Vicryl. not zero. maybe swaged ?
Complete thread -- FYI it is 0 Vicryl not zero
Complete thread -- zero Vicryl **swedged on** sutures were utilized to perform Richardson stitches
Complete thread -- Aha!!! Thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole
Complete thread -- Pulmonary artery anuersym?
Complete thread -- Ecoli resistant to quinolones and S/L tri beth uh busofa.
Complete thread -- s/l PAA
Complete thread -- fine with me - just throwing out a thought
Complete thread -- 6-mercaptopurine
Complete thread -- Crohn's disease ileal resection
Complete thread -- Four major streptococcal antibody tests are sm
Complete thread -- click lab site link, I would go as dictated
Complete thread -- Thankx
Complete thread -- "ASO titers as well as anti-strep antibodies were also obtained in order to evaluate"
Complete thread -- before, but not after s/m
Complete thread -- comma after in particular?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ahh, ok
Complete thread -- picture (link) of diagonals
Complete thread -- Duh on me, thanks. nm
Complete thread -- Fall precautions... ? follow up with PMD in 1-2 days...
Complete thread -- Ginseng?
Complete thread -- ?s wav added
Complete thread -- Having a brain farct, s/l gemsun, 100 mg daily, and salmon oil nm
Complete thread -- That is what I thought. Ok, thanks.
Complete thread -- quarter cc of lidocaine
Complete thread -- oh, ignore me.
Complete thread -- MP3 file. Not positive of the 2nd drug.
Complete thread -- Wonder if he does not mean a particular lead?
Complete thread -- with commas, I think
Complete thread -- you heard it right on the last post.
Complete thread -- thanks. That's what I heard.
Complete thread -- frontotemporal later? huh?
Complete thread -- area gets my vote
Complete thread -- over left frontotemporal _____ extending over left hemisphere
Complete thread -- thanks, think I will post a wav file
Complete thread -- I hear that so clearly now that I am not hearing approximately!
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- possibly "laterally extending?"
Complete thread -- I hear "naproxen twice a day" in there.
Complete thread -- increase the naproxen to twice a day, and follow
Complete thread -- wav file. I slowed him down but still do not quite hear it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks very much
Complete thread -- (see message) from AAMT BOS2
Complete thread -- Ms. Mendez’ medical records? or Ms. Mendez's medical records?
Complete thread -- "chuckle" now that IS impressive huh
Complete thread -- recanalization (creating a pathway) and recannulation (see def).
Complete thread -- could it be "left frontotemporal area?
Complete thread -- activity is noted over left frontotemporal *later* extending over left hemisphere
Complete thread -- Either is correct depending on how he is saying it, radioulnar just means pertaining to
Complete thread -- In archives
Complete thread -- Dr. yawned and speech typed "cough".
Complete thread -- radioulnar collateral ligament or radial and ulnar collateral ligaments?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Flagged rather than make judgement call.
Complete thread -- Not OP, but take into consideration ESL and meaning is clear enough
Complete thread -- I'm not arguing the fact, but a.c. is "before meals" not "meal" so is this 3 times a day?
Complete thread -- She was diagnosed with hypothyroidism 7 years ago, and has had 3 different MDs tell
Complete thread -- yes, my daughter was always instructed to take it on an empty stomach when she wakes
Complete thread -- Checking out taking with/without food, and this site says it should
Complete thread -- I have never heard of it being given a.c.
Complete thread -- dose not does
Complete thread -- Synthroid dosage dictated as 25 mcg *MAC* ESL
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Oh darn. Of course. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'd type recanalization; not all doctors pronounce words correctly. OR flag it.
Complete thread -- acid-fast
Complete thread -- Culture for "ass-i-phast" organisms and bacteria. (infection in the neck)
Complete thread -- greater saphenous vein incompetence
Complete thread -- complete context please, sentences before and after, diagnoses, etc.
Complete thread -- s/l possibility of posterior diagonal artery. Checked and only find
Complete thread -- Great link. Thanks!
Complete thread -- http://www.cancer.org/Cancer/BreastCancer/DetailedGuide/breast-cancer-staging
Complete thread -- Thanks will try that.
Complete thread -- DCIS pT1spN0(i+) - is that correct way to transcribe? TIA!
Complete thread -- ?nonkeratinized
Complete thread -- s/l peritonized vermillion
Complete thread -- It is MP3 file, not wav
Complete thread -- wasted enough time over this.
Complete thread -- I think it is pennsaid solution
Complete thread -- the words don't really match the sound file for some reason
Complete thread -- it sounds like some kind of "needle" impingement to me, which
Complete thread -- first part sounds like TENS?
Complete thread -- thanks, nearest I can think of also but still doesn't sound quite right. guess it will ge
Complete thread -- biforaminal?
Complete thread -- patient with knee pain
Complete thread -- MRI does show C5-C6 ____ impingement which was performed in November
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1 week's duration.
Complete thread -- 1-week duration or 1 week's duration
Complete thread -- ? highest
Complete thread -- because he also splints as explained below. he winces and splints.
Complete thread -- how about this
Complete thread -- Thank you when I looked I only got the jist of #1
Complete thread -- All the searching I did about sore ribs and splinting and got nothing.
Complete thread -- splinting - definition of splinting in the Medical dictionary - by the ...
Complete thread -- Yep, they do say that. It means the patient sets the body a certain way to try to reduce
Complete thread -- also I see nothing saying any splint was applied.
Complete thread -- Can "splint" ever be used as a verb, like some kind of medicalese? SM
Complete thread -- Ah. Thank you. Seems like I can never quite make out the whole word.
Complete thread -- yes, see quote.
Complete thread -- Straight leg raise test
Complete thread -- Do people still take phentermine? I keep hearing that drug!
Complete thread -- Guess I'll send a blank. Was hoping he might mention it again later. Thx BB
Complete thread -- That makes more sense. Trying really hard to hear that
Complete thread -- solidified?
Complete thread -- Swear it sounds like "stoolified," sm
Complete thread -- you cap't Infectious, should be Infectious Disease's... but, still can't get soundalike
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not capped, I'm sure.
Complete thread -- That is what I thought I heard. Am I crazy? Does that fit there?
Complete thread -- may be some form of word Proteolytic enzymes sm
Complete thread -- I was replying to the post above, guessing on being asymptomatic/symptomatic.
Complete thread -- never "assume" anything. (you make an ASS out of U and ME). I never assume anything.
Complete thread -- frustrating, but I still help whenever I can, sometimes taking time from my own line count
Complete thread -- Obviously, many of these don't care if they are right or not either. but you can only do
Complete thread -- our pancreas produces enzymes similar to protease, amylase and lipase. They are similar,
Complete thread -- obtuse much?
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway!! It definitely has a P sound. I'll flag :)
Complete thread -- guess we won't know if we were right or not.
Complete thread -- 'pro-dick enzymes' sounds a LOT like cardiac when slurred.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't come up with anything besides cardiac enzymes, and you said this isn't it.
Complete thread -- s/l prod dick enzymes (ID consult) see message! :)
Complete thread -- Wow, so what? What does that have to do with anything?
Complete thread -- 4% bands, high myelocytes and melanocytes. Not in their proper spot.
Complete thread -- Make sure you change bowl obstruction to bowel obstruction :)
Complete thread -- darnit...typing too fast. you have myelocytes and myelocytes. ?
Complete thread -- oops, one more. end sentence on the chemistry before starting on the differential, they
Complete thread -- BUT...you have high melanocytes and myelocytes in the lab.
Complete thread -- I can see a doctor saying this, the bowel is coming through the hernia.
Complete thread -- I agree with this post, and I would flat out flat it. We never ever guess, no matter what
Complete thread -- I've been asymptomatic (without symptoms) from anemia before.
Complete thread -- A. There was no mention of those in the first post. B. I don't care if she had every
Complete thread -- You and me both :)
Complete thread -- actually, "is in symptomatic" doesn't make sense. she's asymptomatic or symptomatic.
Complete thread -- That is a supremely good guess. However, a diff doc dictating on the same patient (sm)
Complete thread -- a right *groin* bowel containing a hernia with a small bowl
Complete thread -- She had symptoms of anemia. So what is your definition of
Complete thread -- I would think if patient tended to develop asymptomatic anemia versus
Complete thread -- Yes, and when I looked over the report and saw the chief complaint, ROS, etc. But
Complete thread -- How is the patient going to suffer. She is getting a blood transfusion
Complete thread -- this is clue Her hemoglobin has dropped. I will transfuse 1 unit of packed RBCs along wit
Complete thread -- Well, your patient is the one that might suffer consequences. I'm glad you decided
Complete thread -- You don't have to be a doctor to know the symptoms of anemia. She also had
Complete thread -- Well, you can play doctor if you want. Personally, if I could not clearly hear
Complete thread -- I agree with this, she could be either/or.
Complete thread -- Well, she's feeling tired and has shortness of breath so I'm pretty sure it must
Complete thread -- she could be asymptomatic even with a drop and he is using the hemoglobin alone
Complete thread -- Would having drop in hemoglobin necessarily make the patient symptomatic from
Complete thread -- I'd still say it is probabaly a PM Passy-Muir, especially since they tried weaning already
Complete thread -- how about... prevent stress ulcer, (comma) prophylaxis. or "as" prophylaxis.
Complete thread -- I'm copying that down, new one for me!
Complete thread -- sounds like that doc needs a drink. can you reword it to make sense?
Complete thread -- omg...duh. I'm an idiot. I now see what you wrote. HIS mistake.
Complete thread -- I'd say yes...prophylaxis against stress ulcer, prevention of. sure.
Complete thread -- yes, isn't prevent and prophylaxis the same thing? ?
Complete thread -- yes. is that the question?
Complete thread -- I got it!!! It is aerosol tracheostomy mask :)
Complete thread -- "He will need to schedule reappointment and schedule up with his local physician."
Complete thread -- "Protonix 40 mg, this is to prevent stress ulcer prophylaxis."
Complete thread -- a PM Passy-Muir valve
Complete thread -- Thanks. That sounds better! I was googling "combination * field" instead of
Complete thread -- Wonder if its ADN or something, or ADM, a combo of other letters?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- actually "She is otherwise healthy, is on no medications, and has no drug allergies.
Complete thread -- and has no drug allergies.
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- I found one for aquatic treadmill, but I seriously doubt that one!
Complete thread -- I can't come up with diddly for ATM, and my shortcut is for ATM is at this moment, so...??
Complete thread -- try mantle field radiation therapy
Complete thread -- Does anyone know this expansion of ATM? "Pt comfortable on ATM. He is confused.."
Complete thread -- chemotherapy followed by consolidation s/l "mental feel" radiation
Complete thread -- She was started on allopurinol after seeing the uric acid level.....
Complete thread -- Punctuation. on allopurinol after seeing the uric acid was up. period. She was...
Complete thread -- i was looking at uric acid, but Lovenox wouldn't be given for that.
Complete thread -- it sounds like c m uric acid ...
Complete thread -- what does it sound like? ___acid level?
Complete thread -- acne and eczema?? what??
Complete thread -- and occasionally with _______. She denies any muscle aches,
Complete thread -- ?? acid level
Complete thread -- If you type cowisockies disease into google, you get 2 great possibilities
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Kawasaki like the motorcycle
Complete thread -- S/L cow-is-sockies disease???
Complete thread -- OK, sounds clear. Just checking. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I guess it's "trunnion" also. Dang, I suck.
Complete thread -- the down limb, opposite limb, would guess he is referring to it as hanging down out of
Complete thread -- That s/b assembly WAS impacted. oops
Complete thread -- It's okay. I need to get some samples for him.
Complete thread -- Outstanding stability and excellent match to the s/l "down limb"
Complete thread -- sorry! I tried. LOL
Complete thread -- I've slowed voice down and still hearing imma jet, unfortunately. I'll send blank.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the other guesses. I'm on a new report but will go back to this one and listen
Complete thread -- The IRRIJET® is a unique, spring-loaded, self-refilling system tha ...
Complete thread -- try irrijet ??
Complete thread -- Iamin gel wound dressing?
Complete thread -- Thanks, yes I found that too but can't hear at all. s/l Imma or Immy jet.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I found Versajet wound vac system
Complete thread -- He's esl. I was wondering if that's all he's saying? Not sure.
Complete thread -- s/l "Imajet" VAC dressing was applied
Complete thread -- Perform?
Complete thread -- Procedure: s/l Proform debridement
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will flag the dose.
Complete thread -- Nifedical = nifedipine. There are clinical trials at 80 mg dosing, ? a trial but
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks. I thought maybe it was not Nifedical.
Complete thread -- I don't see any other wrong dosages popping out other than the 80
Complete thread -- link to show how hyperintensity flows
Complete thread -- She says hydralazine wrong too, then Nifedical XL, but...80?
Complete thread -- Nifedical XL? Forgot to give a history. This is it.
Complete thread -- wav file. I have 2 sound alikes but think the dose is wrong for both.
Complete thread -- yeah it does
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- agree I hear that too
Complete thread -- I hear "rostrally"
Complete thread -- Neuro note, mp3 file posted.
Complete thread -- ? hyperintensity
Complete thread -- indeed, but denervation is not a property of the T2 signal
Complete thread -- thx for the suggestions, just not sounding like what he is pronouncing (or trying to
Complete thread -- agree, this is the correct way
Complete thread -- BoS states to use o'clock except when 30 dictated, so wasn't sure how to do this since
Complete thread -- ? increased intensity
Complete thread -- positions are always "o'clock" not :00 as in time, except with :30.
Complete thread -- I would put 12:30 to 1 o'clock position.
Complete thread -- I Googled T2 signal denervation and came up with all kinds of articles
Complete thread -- 12:30-1:00 ??
Complete thread -- really no emphasis anywhere, kinda monotone guy and makes up words too...
Complete thread -- not a property of T2 signal
Complete thread -- ? attenuation
Complete thread -- Fraying at the twelve thirty one o'clock position. How to transcribe this?
Complete thread -- denervating? not sure on the inner/inter part.
Complete thread -- "in-ner-dee-taa-ting" knee MRI
Complete thread -- A delayed Thank You to both! Appreciate your time!
Complete thread -- Ok, I will listen for that. Thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- gabapentin dosing sm
Complete thread -- maybe missing a word? end-plate displacement
Complete thread -- Sent in. Thanks all!
Complete thread -- the clip is double voices, but may be referring to EKG "rhythm"
Complete thread -- radiology word help - sm
Complete thread -- No takers? Thought it was pretty much but that is not clear.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard 1600. Thanks.
Complete thread -- the syrup comes in 60 so it is feasible. I checked that too.
Complete thread -- i'd flag Colace 240 (it doesn't come that strength) others do, but not Colace.
Complete thread -- i hear 1600
Complete thread -- wav file, gabapentin dose, 600 or 1600?
Complete thread -- I think I have that correct here now.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, same patient, pacemaker problem
Complete thread -- wav file, have 2 places I am questioning. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Very clearly hear that.
Complete thread -- I think I just got it - *dried out* blister.
Complete thread -- ? small skin fiber blister
Complete thread -- I listened 4 times...and just can't get past it sounding like "vital/lytle"??
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- does patient have cancer (Gleevec)??
Complete thread -- Still labored respiration, urinating well.
Complete thread -- (especially if dictator is ESL, I LIKE nm's suggestion "relaxed." SM
Complete thread -- (excellent suggestion, nm! :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks. "Given" makes sense for "urine."
Complete thread -- I think he said "The patient has been given IV Diuril."
Complete thread -- Thanks, Lo! I NEVER in a million years could have come up with that!
Complete thread -- Lo, I DO hear "IV Diuril" now, but can't reconcile it with prior word "urine." SM
Complete thread -- it doesn't matter anyway. I got the other 2 blanks filled in, so I can send it in with
Complete thread -- you mean he is not a "liberized" patient???
Complete thread -- second blank is metolazone!!
Complete thread -- the final blank Might be the name of the pt's attending doc of record?
Complete thread -- I think the first blank is "IV Diuril" as in the patient has been getting IV Diuril
Complete thread -- he makes me want to go far, far away
Complete thread -- (the voice file disorients me. I'll try some more times)
Complete thread -- missed me?? another stellar dictator....wav posted...
Complete thread -- can you hear "our" platelet count? (instead of "and")
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- well, I could not stand it. I put it in parentheses...let them try to fire me. (I could
Complete thread -- absolutely understand, Margaret!
Complete thread -- (tee-hee!:-) (I'm laughing WITH you, not AT you, you understand...:-)
Complete thread -- (WAH, Boo-Hoo! :-(
Complete thread -- not allowed to. sigh.
Complete thread -- lol! same here! I had sisters 10 and 14 years younger than me, so it was my job to take
Complete thread -- (maybe put in some parentheses there? :-)
Complete thread -- have you ever had a night when you just knew you should have called in sick??
Complete thread -- :-) (with a transcyber glow! :-)
Complete thread -- (I was 13 when I began babysitting for 4 younger sibs) SM
Complete thread -- well, friends....thanks to you...I managed to send in a 10-minute dictation with no blanks
Complete thread -- all I could hear was "currently receives inguinal iron." LOL!
Complete thread -- okay. it's official. I am deaf to him, totally deaf. It is now costing me money to work
Complete thread -- (agree. That must be it! :-)
Complete thread -- "currently receiving (g) oral iron." I DO hear the extraneous "g" on this wav, Lo.
Complete thread -- currently receivinG oral iron (that's why you hear the G)
Complete thread -- okay...let's try it from this angle...another wav...
Complete thread -- My deepest condolences. Often the PCP's lab differs from the admission hosp lab,
Complete thread -- like I said, I believe you....but I still hear a G in there. sigh.
Complete thread -- thanks for catching that. I inserted the semicolon.
Complete thread -- here is another reason I want to strangle him....
Complete thread -- listen for it as "voral EYE ron."
Complete thread -- you bet!
Complete thread -- oh, for pete's sake! I believe you, but I still cannot hear it. I think I just dislike
Complete thread -- (I feel relatively sure that is is :-)
Complete thread -- oral iron.
Complete thread -- HooOOO Boy!....
Complete thread -- discharged with "oral iron."
Complete thread -- Poupart's ligament (duh is me!!! How humbling! Good you blanked, Lo! :-)
Complete thread -- Something iron?
Complete thread -- OOPS! Do-Over, please! ""
Complete thread -- it posted!!
Complete thread -- a s/l from him is almost ludicrous as he cannot even pronounce the name of his hospital,
Complete thread -- (after all, it IS Saturday, going on Sunday; ?? routine host website maintenance?
Complete thread -- fall in her hemoglobin to 4.6. The patient
Complete thread -- I suspect the failure of new wav to post = a host problem, not a prob at your end, Lo.
Complete thread -- can you give the s/l? Approx how many syllables?
Complete thread -- Lo, the wav is still the "elastic rubber band" exsanguination one. New wav failed to post?
Complete thread -- I hope you can hear the wav. I can't. I don't know why, but the last wav I posted is the
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, Margaret. I finally sent it in with the blank. I am not going to make any money
Complete thread -- (finding docu for Cooper's lig in ing hernia repair)
Complete thread -- I suspect "shelving" or "shelf of" might be correct.
Complete thread -- try "Cooper's ligament." (??? I'm still checking...)
Complete thread -- your s/l is VERY CLOSE to the name you need.....
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- The doc's ORDER of findings is goofus, though, if bb & I are correct.
Complete thread -- NC=normocephalic, I believe surely. I believe bb, with "AT" is likely UNLESS a number fol
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- "and the surroundings" (I feel pretty certain of this)
Complete thread -- okay. here's a different wav...same carpal tunnel release...
Complete thread -- It's also used for pulmonary hypertension.
Complete thread -- oops...forgot...please sm
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm.....carpal tunnel release
Complete thread -- NC, AT? normocephalic, atraumatic.
Complete thread -- NC, AT?
Complete thread -- newborn: good suck, MCHC (or NCHC or MCHE or NCHE)?
Complete thread -- Gleevec therapy.... :-)
Complete thread -- PMH - pulmonary word - ESL doc
Complete thread -- Oops, sorry! failed to read the prior correct answer before posting.)
Complete thread -- co-deletion (wag "???)
Complete thread -- He repeated in plan and said levothyroxine this time. Thanks.
Complete thread -- actually, I've never heard of them saying SCH...so yes, I'd flag that.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- i'd never guess on a "doc-speak" and would blank this also...
Complete thread -- no clue, i'd blank that for sure.
Complete thread -- Second study confirmed deep linear ulcer extending for several
Complete thread -- **since**
Complete thread -- sing he isn't saying it....never guess
Complete thread -- s/l thyroxin in med list. Patient has hypothyroidism but he's not saying levo
Complete thread -- Pt post EGD, esophageal bleed, with weakness & ambulatory dysfunction.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- hint: its usually ankle or thigh
Complete thread -- You would lose the bet.
Complete thread -- could be...but with the medical problems, why? sorry, struck me as funny.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- sildenafil maybe
Complete thread -- to verify that you can look up anatomy acromion process clavicle
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- ok, thank you.
Complete thread -- I'm not a doctor or radiologist, but I see no problem with that.
Complete thread -- My bet is on precipitated.
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- I don't know and would never guess, unless I can hear what he's saying. sorry.
Complete thread -- That was it.
Complete thread -- We usually just leave blank but are allowed a _____, which I left since he made reference
Complete thread -- LV (left ventricular)
Complete thread -- I was just going to say I believe it is ankle not angle because he said in the procedure a
Complete thread -- with pneumatic ankle tourniquet?
Complete thread -- Ejection fraction was 37% on the *LD* angiogram with anterior hypokinesis.
Complete thread -- s/l "Mac" angle tourniquet? Podiatry.
Complete thread -- I think he might be stumbling on "predicated" but will leave a blank just in case
Complete thread -- Other possible words in this list, but I'm not sure any really fit...
Complete thread -- Agreed.
Complete thread -- We have to put not dictated or not provided in mandatory fields.
Complete thread -- precipitated? (to bring about abruptly is one definition for this)
Complete thread -- Never put anything unless dictated.
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- s/l "prepeticated" the placement of an LMA device
Complete thread -- Didn't give name of procedure.
Complete thread -- laminectomy?
Complete thread -- Nm, he's talking real fast. Finally heard "at the nipple-areolar junction" lol
Complete thread -- Past surgical history
Complete thread -- s/l "glareolar junction" (areolar preceded by gl)
Complete thread -- found this
Complete thread -- Involuntary is the term I always hear, but I can't explain any better than that.
Complete thread -- NM, I slowed it way down and hearing *voluntary* now.
Complete thread -- Pt to ER with epigastric pain. No *involuntary* (or voluntary?) guarding or rebound.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- co-deletion of 1p/19q
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you both. : )
Complete thread -- not sure why it is not posting. it s/l codolesion He says it again later in the rport
Complete thread -- transitioned?
Complete thread -- transitsioned to?
Complete thread -- wav not there
Complete thread -- On Cipro, initially IV but then subsequently *trans-tran* to p.o. I'm having a hard
Complete thread -- He also did have ___lesion of 1p/19q and this is an indicator of bette ...
Complete thread -- never mind, just found the answer to my question - thanks for your help
Complete thread -- thanks, a question regarding your answer pls sm
Complete thread -- pharmacy to dose.
Complete thread -- patient being evaluated for fever, pls sm
Complete thread -- Class IV: Only hard palate visible; meaning intubation is at the worse
Complete thread -- thanks all -- I should have googled better i think!
Complete thread -- I googled mallampati MP and sure enough, its the abbreviation. new for me.
Complete thread -- Could be. I have a dictator who says "tongue is in the M3 (or whatever) position" and
Complete thread -- I thought that's what it must be before I read the whole post; Googles fairly well.
Complete thread -- patient with obesity, hypoventilation, resp. failure, sm...
Complete thread -- decReased vision
Complete thread -- Per AAMT BOS2 (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks. nm.
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- ...not to mention how I flubbed up my answer with that awful punctuation....sigh. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just coming back to say it is "direct"
Complete thread -- its okay, its still early in the morning. lol
Complete thread -- Oh, my, what was I thinking! Thanks for your help! : )
Complete thread -- Multiple
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was achieved. *Muscle* interrupted 0 Prolene sutures were used to close
Complete thread -- Dual?
Complete thread -- radiology word help - sm
Complete thread -- I hear it very clearly now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Hartmann's
Complete thread -- another thought, --- and was "thus torn in between"?
Complete thread -- Mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- could the tolt be "torn"?
Complete thread -- i'm not sure but, i'm hearing the first syllable as "bes"
Complete thread -- Could "tolt" be caught?
Complete thread -- s/l bes-tolt??
Complete thread -- is that the actual dictation? can you post the voice file?
Complete thread -- rule out MS?
Complete thread -- s/l blew out MF??
Complete thread -- it is warfarin --sm
Complete thread -- Yeah, I googled each with the bilateral foot drop and figured as much.
Complete thread -- peroneal
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- semi-Fowler
Complete thread -- peroneal or perineal ?
Complete thread -- The patient was kept in a *semifellar* beach-chair position. ...
Complete thread -- says" he does his own coumadin testing at home" does not s/l warfarin.
Complete thread -- IN list of meds:s/l forferin 5 mg as directed. tq
Complete thread -- ... and thank you as well, but above is whatsup.
Complete thread -- Arrrgggghhhhh - I hate it when I don't think to Google
Complete thread -- Xerese
Complete thread -- So sorry. I sent that stinker to QA!
Complete thread -- yes, but that's different than uncertainLy
Complete thread -- can you hear Zovirax?
Complete thread -- Cold sore ointment???
Complete thread -- Thanks very much.
Complete thread -- Monarc subfascial
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- cogwheel rigidity, "mask-like facies" ?
Complete thread -- I am thinking it might be Catapres 0.2 mg...
Complete thread -- there is cogwheel rigidity on the joint much like s/l face ee us. She has a ...
Complete thread -- MEDICATION: S/L hotta plesh point 2 mg twice a day (sm, I know it's 0.2)
Complete thread -- Omgosh, I bet that is it. He pronounces things so awkwardly! Ty!
Complete thread -- thanks everyone
Complete thread -- sorry, I waited a bit, but have to go
Complete thread -- need what is said after, please
Complete thread -- relaxed?
Complete thread -- flagged, had to get it in. Will let you know if I hear back :)
Complete thread -- Using the zero-degree endoscope by Marley...
Complete thread -- affect flat, mood s/l ruh nax id, sleep okay.
Complete thread -- I love it when QA can't get it either. Always makes me feel better.
Complete thread -- That was it! Thanks SO much :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks for guessing, I'll listen!
Complete thread -- porcine?
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch!!!
Complete thread -- Aortic valve replacement with "burstin" valve.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's it.
Complete thread -- from yesterday - eye drops (to person who guessed). QA couldn't get either - sent
Complete thread -- Do you hear Focalin?
Complete thread -- Meds include s/l focino, methylphenidate, and Claritin. Has ADHD and allergies.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- There is actually something called Cathflo (seems to fit here).
Complete thread -- The first one
Complete thread -- geez, AP and lateral. Darn ESL
Complete thread -- Pacemaker insertion. s/l epilator or epiladder
Complete thread -- Not sure where the "coagulase negative" goes
Complete thread -- could be, but that word doesn't fit in her sentence structure.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. Just wanted to make sure I wasn't overlooking something. : )
Complete thread -- He just repeated in impression with a G sound, so thanks both
Complete thread -- I don't know of any thyroid autoantibodies H; probably not saying H.
Complete thread -- I will also check arylsulfatase A and thyroid auto-antibodies *H.*
Complete thread -- Gilenya
Complete thread -- fingolimod (Gilenya) ?
Complete thread -- She has otherwise been stable on s/l bilunya
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, it seems some can hear my .wavs and some can't.
Complete thread -- cap instead of cat perhaps?
Complete thread -- no wav came through?
Complete thread -- PICC line for normal saline flush. "Cat flow" for flush.
Complete thread -- ? old RK
Complete thread -- corneal scarring due to old *arkay*. Fundus exam
Complete thread -- Neurology - PMH - .wav sent - ESL doc
Complete thread -- sm def Uncertainty:
Complete thread -- I feel is is "uncertainty" i.e., unable to be certain of various possibilities listed
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- a tan, keratotic, stuck-on papule measuring 11 x 6 mm.
Complete thread -- There is a *tan keratotic stuck-on* papule measuring 11 x 6 mm.
Complete thread -- i'd opt for certainly. (actually never heard the word uncertainly)
Complete thread -- I favor "certainly"
Complete thread -- I googled and came across these hits....you can research further or
Complete thread -- NM, it's a stat and I need to send in now. Will flag.
Complete thread -- Would you agree *uncertainly* makes sense in sentence posted inside? EEG report.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l ostomy side of the conduit
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I'd say histopathology is pending.
Complete thread -- Absolutely it could be carrier device. If you can hear that,
Complete thread -- is pending or are pending?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- sorry, left the site. May just need to flag it unless others can come up with something
Complete thread -- Thank you both. Will check it out.
Complete thread -- I found a few clinical trials called SPIRIT, not sure though.
Complete thread -- guessing ~ antisuppressive or antisuppression
Complete thread -- consider "destruction of endometriosis WITH Mirena"
Complete thread -- like this...
Complete thread -- comma or period after colitis?? Last sentence...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I have no idea what he is saying. ESL
Complete thread -- also, please note
Complete thread -- ? seated therapies
Complete thread -- Would "carrier" device make sense? I can't make out Cooley
Complete thread -- bare areas, yep makes sense and grounding pads applied to multiple bare* areaS.
Complete thread -- correct http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2711506/
Complete thread -- oops Humalog=lispro, Lantus=glargine,Novolog=aspart (for next time)
Complete thread -- Humalog = lispro
Complete thread -- More info
Complete thread -- position *and grounding pads applied to multiple bare* area.
Complete thread -- Yes, I think that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Guessing ~ menthol?
Complete thread -- Another discharge med just dictated: *may-fall* 10% to 15% topical cream
Complete thread -- awesome. TY :)
Complete thread -- Well, for discharge med just said Lortab for ear and/or back pain. But nothing like
Complete thread -- pulse deficits or delays
Complete thread -- wav posted. related to his pulses with no pulse _______ delay
Complete thread -- Here is a case presentation to show how this flows(within the link I presented before)
Complete thread -- The patient also had *may-fall* ordered to apply to his back for the back pain.
Complete thread -- s/l kerry o device might be ? Cooley Veri-Soft graft
Complete thread -- Thank you...I caught that after I posted, but thank you again :)
Complete thread -- hmmm let me check around. But full gait would be "gate"
Complete thread -- Verbatim: "positive ANA at greater than one thousand one hundred two hundred and
Complete thread -- 1:1280? (one to one thousand two hundred eighty)
Complete thread -- I'm going to flag as she's stuttering but could this be corect? ANA 1,100:180
Complete thread -- Sentence before and after might help us, but would say "seed and knee" is seated knee
Complete thread -- PT treatment - A seated "there-ax" included "seed and knee" flexion with yellow
Complete thread -- You made my day, thank you!
Complete thread -- We then retracted the **s/l kerry-O** device and this was replaced with an 11-sheath
Complete thread -- code?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- You just don't get enough credit around here! Thank you! Not the Op
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- www.sylvansoftware.com is what I've used for years.
Complete thread -- SFA (superficial femoral artery)
Complete thread -- I like to use dictionary.com for spelling questions.
Complete thread -- s/l esta face occluded
Complete thread -- It does not go down overnight (overnight or over night?)
Complete thread -- you are spot on. i don't know why I didn't think of it
Complete thread -- Any other spell checking programs other than Stedman's that you would recommend?
Complete thread -- how about Melville?
Complete thread -- I dont have any. all i know is that patient works as a lab technicina in
Complete thread -- TY soooo much!
Complete thread -- Sorry try http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpharadin
Complete thread -- need more info nm
Complete thread -- Link doesn't work but thank you, thank you! Google kept suggesting ephedrine
Complete thread -- s/l melvo in new york
Complete thread -- Alpharadin (see link)
Complete thread -- Oncology - Can't verify alphedrin (he spells very clearly)
Complete thread -- Makes you wonder if she is just pronouncing the Avonex improperly?
Complete thread -- I am sending a WAV-thank you
Complete thread -- Avelox (antibiotic) any recent illness/infection?
Complete thread -- the patient takes s/l avonox, but I do not think it fits with his past medical histor
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Krames carrying this material?? (guessing though) check out further
Complete thread -- printed Krames ________ list material
Complete thread -- another wav please, thank you very much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- obturator through a 22
Complete thread -- it s/l obturator?
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- It already went to QA. I'll post what they say it was tomorrow.
Complete thread -- Well that one was right in front of me wasn't it! Thanks and sorry for such a goofy ?
Complete thread -- starboard?
Complete thread -- Dextracin?
Complete thread -- erythromycin 333 (mg) one t.i.d.
Complete thread -- erythromycin *3331 t.i.d. - anyone familiar with how this should look or what the doc
Complete thread -- eye drops that s/l esdacrin
Complete thread -- I dunno. I had flagged.
Complete thread -- ? Epogen
Complete thread -- The pt had a left upper pole s/l starward kidney that initially was a sizable mass
Complete thread -- it is ribbon. thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ribbon (gauze packed in for decongesting the nasal passage) is used, but
Complete thread -- Once the patient was prepped and draped, a transcolumellar incision wa ...
Complete thread -- Once the local anesthesia had the opportunity to take effect, the *rib ...
Complete thread -- thanks anyway
Complete thread -- not enough, nor appropriate info.
Complete thread -- bad report?
Complete thread -- biliary colic
Complete thread -- what diagnoses?
Complete thread -- pls help with sounds like
Complete thread -- researching
Complete thread -- flag it.
Complete thread -- hipesthesia/hypesthesia?
Complete thread -- Flag it. You never guess with allergies or medications.
Complete thread -- He stated that he has had an old black Lab that had a s/l "bad board"
Complete thread -- neurology - patient has facial numbness and hand weakness
Complete thread -- allergies s/l pozimes
Complete thread -- Just wait until you get our bill!!! Nahhhh. just kiddin'... ;D
Complete thread -- Okay! thanks -- I do now hear "TTP, HUS, HSP" good grief - you guys are good! Thanks!
Complete thread -- IOW, PTP, HUS, HSP
Complete thread -- I learned it is 2 words when it is an object of a preposition, like with
Complete thread -- I think that's it, thanks
Complete thread -- excellent suggestion, I never heard of it -- glad you posted that info :-)
Complete thread -- TTP = thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura; HUS = hemolytic-uremic syndrome;. PTP = post-t
Complete thread -- TTP = thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura; HUS = hemolytic-uremic syndrome;. PTP = post-t
Complete thread -- HSP would be Henoch-Schonlein purpura (ck spelling0
Complete thread -- flumazenil ? see inside from drugs.com
Complete thread -- string of abbreviations in a differential..(ESL) patient with complaint of easy ...
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- code blue - one Narcan and later one s/l "flumazina."
Complete thread -- could it be rapid response?
Complete thread -- just wild guess based on s/l, maybe 2-page response. Maybe facility says double page is
Complete thread -- s/l "tepidge response" was called
Complete thread -- according to definition, this would be round like a ball. doesn't quite seem right.
Complete thread -- not enough info,
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- what is it for? Finger, ?
Complete thread -- me 2, since so many quote the BoS 2.
Complete thread -- re-fabricated a **sphered** Alumafoam splint for him.
Complete thread -- I'm not in disagreement, simply making an observation
Complete thread -- BoS 3rd edition, use disc for all references in ophthalmology. disk is preferred for orth
Complete thread -- when I started we used to type disc for eyes and disk for spine but no longer and
Complete thread -- I agree, I'd flag just in case there is a word in there.
Complete thread -- unless your acct specs, specify:
Complete thread -- maybe relating to axillary nerve or nerve root but I'd leave the blank
Complete thread -- you' re right, I was just coming back. I had to read it a few more times, had a doh momen
Complete thread -- it takeS awhile
Complete thread -- in this sentence, it is a noun for a period of time and not the adverb
Complete thread -- I don't b/c it also sounds like there is no word. It's completely swa ...
Complete thread -- what might this word sound like??
Complete thread -- do you have a voice file posted for this or at least a s/l?
Complete thread -- a while ... When “awhile” is spelled as a single word, it is an adverb meaning “for a time
Complete thread -- sm for info
Complete thread -- really hard to hear but kind of s/l enhancement (re abnormal signal)
Complete thread -- takes a while to warm up --sm
Complete thread -- Takes awhile. ...
Complete thread -- another lumbar spine MRI
Complete thread -- a while or awhile?
Complete thread -- I'll try again. Thanks ...
Complete thread -- the sound file is just too bad, I can't get anything.
Complete thread -- MRI of the lumbar spine
Complete thread -- that's one word you don't hear much, but one that you'll remember always...
Complete thread -- Thanks SO MUCH! New one for me. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- i have a bad habit of not capitalizing when i'm commenting, need to start fixing that! tx
Complete thread -- op might have thought you were telling her it was now lowercase tho.
Complete thread -- yep, i know that, i had it cap'd above, was fixing the spelling.
Complete thread -- Lhermitte’s sign was named after Jacques Jean Lhermitte, the renowned French neurologist
Complete thread -- lhermitte sign
Complete thread -- Lhermitte's sign (also known as Lhermitte's phenomenon) is the name given to a brief elect
Complete thread -- Lhermitt (sp?) something??
Complete thread -- Neuro - (s/l her-meet-sa-mon) is absent
Complete thread -- Thanks to you, too!
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. He said 33 (very slight pause) 7.6. Not 337 or 300 and then 7.6.
Complete thread -- I agree, would flag that one
Complete thread -- if he said 337point6 that'd be 337.6, whether he "means" 337.6 is anyone's guess.
Complete thread -- not all lab values fall within the normal range; that's why they do them. I tend to treat
Complete thread -- Ah, that makes more sense. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Urine creatinine is *thirty-three seven point six.* Please
Complete thread -- It's more like have a sliver made of bone in your finger. Google it and you can watch vid
Complete thread -- maybe Lantus 10 units every morning and insulin aspart (Novolog) sliding scale
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- Lantus 10 units every morning *of* (*as*?) insulin aspart sliding scale. Doc
Complete thread -- Okay. Fin it is. I am just picturing a dolphin's dorsal fin or something.
Complete thread -- Pt is a young woman. But surgery center is near a beach.
Complete thread -- sorry, I guess you did see it
Complete thread -- I thought 'scale' would make sense of a fish, but fin? But will use that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I agree, is there any indication in the history about what happened?
Complete thread -- it does sound like that. Do you know pt's occupation (welder??-tin?)
Complete thread -- the sound file is horrendous, like a recording of a recording, but sounds like fin
Complete thread -- It's too bad you missed the post suggesting "roof"
Complete thread -- I had a fish fin removed from my finger from grabbing a wiggling fish. Probably not it, b
Complete thread -- Pt. has piece of 'fin' in her finger. He said this twice. Does it make sense?
Complete thread -- google it using quotation marks
Complete thread -- she's probably misspeaking.
Complete thread -- trying hitting the refresh on the wav page.
Complete thread -- vancomycin level here, and that is a valley, was 18.5 (another way to say trough)
Complete thread -- Otherwise, I have recommended that she may remain in ultimate physical education clas
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- OH! That's a great lead! Thanks a lot!!! :)
Complete thread -- Gotcha on those 2 mistakes I made. Thanks.
Complete thread -- he just stumbled on the words, but said "he helped me to place..."
Complete thread -- necessary TO do so. He helped me to place the patient ...in addition (you have I)
Complete thread -- Westcott scissors
Complete thread -- A papilloma on left upper lid removed with Westcott *sutures* and submitted...
Complete thread -- Same doc as below. Is he just stumbling?
Complete thread -- what previous facility was the patient in? Something Valley? The vancomycin level
Complete thread -- (I mean re-sent not resent). I will use 'root' since there are meniscal root tears. Thanks
Complete thread -- Vancomycin level here and that is ifum uh valley was 18.5.(correction? and stammers
Complete thread -- Not sure now if it is 'roof' or 'root'. I do hear 'root'.
Complete thread -- thanks I think it's my problem and I need to reboot cuz others are getting it and
Complete thread -- it sure did! but I think it's roof
Complete thread -- I just resent the wav. Hopefully this one will go through. I now hear 'root'.
Complete thread -- me2, but it did s/l debris at first.
Complete thread -- I hear "the roof" (as in intercondylar roof)
Complete thread -- The rim? (meniscal rim)
Complete thread -- Maybe "the base"
Complete thread -- I'm not getting the right wav file
Complete thread -- s/l 'debris' was noted to be intact. But that cannot be it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- congrats
Complete thread -- thanks for your suggestions.
Complete thread -- that's the one i found below.
Complete thread -- kinda s/l saying with RAST test
Complete thread -- yes, thank you "fossae" for the tonsils
Complete thread -- That's better than anything I've come up with! :) thx
Complete thread -- not according to Gray's Anatomy. s/m
Complete thread -- That was it - second time through it was more clear THANKS AGAIN ...
Complete thread -- maybe "shows air"?
Complete thread -- Ramona A. Sowers DNP, FNP-BC,RN is now a member of Doctors of Nursing Practice
Complete thread -- dr. states fossae of Rosenmuller and tonsillar fossae (spells fossae) are there 2 of
Complete thread -- The tympanic membrane was intact. The middle ear "zoaire". Examination of the
Complete thread -- I have that part. What does he say after ABPA?
Complete thread -- Allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis (ABPA)
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, but can't hear F at all. Maybe she means it, but she doesn't say it, and
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- never mind, I&D long day :) duh!
Complete thread -- performed an I and D
Complete thread -- Telling her that the / there does not mean divided by!
Complete thread -- MRSA in three places on the abdomen
Complete thread -- I was not replying to that at all. She was saying 5 half of 10, like divided by
Complete thread -- no, I wasn't thinking a cyst, I was trying to make sense of "fist"
Complete thread -- she comes up on Google, easy peasy. Ramona A. Sowers FNP F not V
Complete thread -- .5 means 1/2 and I've never seen an instance when the decimal equivalent wasn't ok
Complete thread -- QA left it as dictated.
Complete thread -- the slash does not mean divided by, it is 4.5 out of a possible 5. You're
Complete thread -- agree!
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I would do that with 4.5/10 but half of 5 isn't 5 is it? Confused and tired.
Complete thread -- I would use 4-1/2 out of 5 in this case.
Complete thread -- I would use 4-1/2 out of 5 in this case.
Complete thread -- 4.5/5
Complete thread -- so you're thinking maybe a "cyst" popped out? I was thinking the knee joint itself
Complete thread -- Strength testing 4 and 1/2/5. How to type. 4 and 1/2 out of 5.
Complete thread -- (...so likely the NP.)
Complete thread -- Thanks, all. I still hear VNP.
Complete thread -- Sorry, didn't see the name!
Complete thread -- I've heard VNP to mean "visiting nurse practitioner." Could also be CNP (certified NP)?
Complete thread -- i googled ramona sowers vnp and 2nd page down shows DNP
Complete thread -- No problem! If you find out the answer, drop a line :)
Complete thread -- Is there any designation of "VNP" for medical provider? This NP is stating
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- He does say "We will get blood gases post extubation" in recommendations
Complete thread -- thanks. I will make that change.
Complete thread -- WAG... "Like it first popped out, the knee, and then when she..."
Complete thread -- maybe it could make sense -- like a large bump popping out caused by
Complete thread -- yes, that is exactly what it sounds like. i'd put mine on before going up or down...lol
Complete thread -- that he is finding it harder to put shoes on, to run up and down the stairs.
Complete thread -- almost felt like a *fist* popped out of the knee
Complete thread -- wav file. Does this sound like basically what she is saying?
Complete thread -- ASO titer maybe?
Complete thread -- Perhaps... thanks ...
Complete thread -- ESR maybe?
Complete thread -- Maybe he is trying to say they need to assess his blood gas volumes off pressure support?
Complete thread -- Pediatric GI
Complete thread -- Flagging. Thx anyway!
Complete thread -- NM, will flag as I need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Hmm, he says the say in recommendations. My recommendation is to s/l "get the off volumes
Complete thread -- This may be obvious, but I'm not a surgeon, so please bear with me. Please
Complete thread -- Lungs: Breathing sounds are present. Decreased s/l -tow innovation-. No wheeze
Complete thread -- We will s/l "get the off volume" and then give an extubation trial.
Complete thread -- red Robinson is what they are, but they use robin for some reason.
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- just found Beyaz
Complete thread -- I only know of Yaz, no B.
Complete thread -- Is there an oral contraceptive that S/L B-Yaz? ...
Complete thread -- Readi-CAT barium swallow for
Complete thread -- swallow s/l radio-cat TIA!
Complete thread -- Ty!
Complete thread -- Thanks, he says robin. I'll blank
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- milieu therapy
Complete thread -- s/l milia therapy TIA!
Complete thread -- red rubber?
Complete thread -- Thank you Margaret!
Complete thread -- Heard of Rob-Nel catheter being used for adenoidectomy? He says "red robin"
Complete thread -- YES! Peenuts! Thank you so much!!!
Complete thread -- Two cerclages (tie around cervix hoping to avert miscarriage, prematurity, incompetent cer
Complete thread -- agree. meaning "angulated" or angular? believe word "bent," pp of "to bend" is fine.
Complete thread -- HPI: She tells me that about 1 month ago she injured her back. It so ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- transudative
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- I found a bentonite (clay), but it doesn't appear to be expensive.
Complete thread -- oops! Reading text again, I agree it should be UNrelenting.
Complete thread -- I found this definition of relent. I think doc may have used correctly.
Complete thread -- I think just clipped off or not hearing "un"relenting, see where it says sm
Complete thread -- I agree, he should have said un-
Complete thread -- The patient presents for evaluation of
Complete thread -- Here are some supplements for prostate, no familiar with them tho. Link
Complete thread -- its too early to drink...but i think you need one to get thru her reports.
Complete thread -- its too early to drink...but i think you need one to get thru her reports.
Complete thread -- Koerner septum
Complete thread -- Looking for an OTC supplement for BPH - s/l Penites?
Complete thread -- If able, try and find a past op note by him, it is a "routine" sentence
Complete thread -- identified and the external auditory canal was *bent*. The mastoid was
Complete thread -- down through *corner* and septum.
Complete thread -- I would be in the bathroom crying.
Complete thread -- ?subclinical
Complete thread -- Patient has back pain. Is now taking s/l gellin products.
Complete thread -- :(
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Oh my. I have 11 of her reports coming up...
Complete thread -- I flagged. Had more than 9 blanks when it was all said and done. :(
Complete thread -- for which the general surgical
Complete thread -- the general....?
Complete thread -- Thanks. You can sort of get what she is trying to say but not what she does say.
Complete thread -- enterotomy was created for ________ surgical team scrubbed
Complete thread -- maybe "when it starts to hurt, stop, ______ a mile."
Complete thread -- This report might get flagged. It is worse than normal, which is bad.
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything for your first blank and unfortunately
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- MP3 file.
Complete thread -- Nope, we were in sync! Not a problem.
Complete thread -- Left-sided changes
Complete thread -- sorry, we posted at the same time. I did check.
Complete thread -- I noticed a wav file I had not heard before. Am changing mine to MP3.
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- Wav file. I am sorry!
Complete thread -- Hear that now, thanks.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- before it fell off.
Complete thread -- another WAV file. Thanks
Complete thread -- I thought it was duclose.
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh. I hear that so well now. Unexpected to me.
Complete thread -- pickles,
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Absolutely correct
Complete thread -- Cancer stages are always ROMAN, not Arabic. stage IB
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would put stage 1B2
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- D: Stage one B subscript 2 carcinoma of the cervix." Not sure how it goes.Stage Ib2?
Complete thread -- Any other info, diagnoses, history, etc?
Complete thread -- Wild, wild guess, stumbling on "curved Mayo"??
Complete thread -- Oh thank you!!
Complete thread -- Diaprox?
Complete thread -- formoterol? for asthma....generic Foradil.
Complete thread -- She appears pale. Her rales were previously described...?
Complete thread -- sm for drug help
Complete thread -- s/l her neonatal scissors
Complete thread -- She is ________ as previously described is diminished now
Complete thread -- oop, got it, clearly
Complete thread -- the word rarely doesn't make sense here-does not s/l commonly
Complete thread -- description of mass
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- degenerative joint disease??
Complete thread -- I think you're right. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think she is saying "N-K-D-A" for "no known drug allergies."
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- kidney stones, cholelithiasis, _________disease. She had cardiac stents in the
Complete thread -- agitation. Recurrent suicidal thought present. Denied...
Complete thread -- Ativan p.r.n. due to severe agitation. Vagrancy _____ . Denied homicidal
Complete thread -- seems like that might be it!
Complete thread -- sialorrhea-----u were close I guess!!
Complete thread -- 4 year old female asthma consult
Complete thread -- Block time in reference to surgery is when the OR reserves certain
Complete thread -- THanks. that does clarify it for me. It does seem to be surgery that he is
Complete thread -- What kind of report is it? A consult for surgery? Do they both plan
Complete thread -- Thanks, I did a bit more google searching, and it seems it might be a
Complete thread -- just a wild guess, but the doctor might have a block of time scheduled in the OR, and
Complete thread -- never heard this term "block time"?
Complete thread -- a 40-some-odd-year-old male maybe?
Complete thread -- no need of any hyphens in there, right?
Complete thread -- I think it is just "this dictator way of talking", usually hear 40 something
Complete thread -- I listened, agree, clear as a bell, amoxicillin
Complete thread -- This is a s/l 40 some odd year old male, who was ...... Thanks.
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- yes, when it's not metastases or METs.
Complete thread -- the peritoneum was then grasped and s/l divided with mets. Metzenbaum scissors??
Complete thread -- vascular word help - sm
Complete thread -- you can look it up here.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I didn't try sy. I tried sa, sch. I finally got
Complete thread -- synechiae?
Complete thread -- I'm drawing a blank on how to start spelling this so i can look it up.
Complete thread -- This comment has nothing to do with this thread. Now you're wasting everybody's time.
Complete thread -- Can you take the thesaurus out of the S's? sincerity, sarcasm, and now stupid?
Complete thread -- Your question is stupid.
Complete thread -- Hey Madam Krystal Ball, tell me what my sincerity is now. lol
Complete thread -- Again, helper's sarcasm created this crap. Re-read the thread.
Complete thread -- yes, amoxicillin.
Complete thread -- Advancements in HIPAA and technology, I guess. Typing directly on a system.
Complete thread -- no surrounding context. his pmh is irrelevant to his rfv. ty for your time!
Complete thread -- yes. Rules. This is not a "public" message board. It is a service provided to those who
Complete thread -- most really intelligent MTs already know that's pretty much included in
Complete thread -- sounds like a good excuse to me. How do you do a document if you can't cut/paste.
Complete thread -- YES< there are RULES< posted by the HOST of this site, who does this out
Complete thread -- thanks. it's good to know somebody else could not get it, either. I am going to send it
Complete thread -- how or why would anyone disable cut/paste?
Complete thread -- Rules? It's a public message board. WHOLE, ONLY, and oy vey started this crap. LOL
Complete thread -- you give me the answers. i type. i get paid. intelligence?
Complete thread -- Posters should be aware of the rules. Not up to the helpers to ask 20 questions.
Complete thread -- If I wanted gratitude, believe me, this is the last place I'd be. Cause that
Complete thread -- I thought possibly n-acetylcysteine (sp?), but I'm not really hearing that.
Complete thread -- I was too lazy to find aortic stenosis. Thank you for your free help. Yawn.....
Complete thread -- ignore that. I have no idea what I was thinking. sheesh. he is giving me a headache.
Complete thread -- Instead of being an ass. Ask direct questions. Age of patient? Sex of patient?
Complete thread -- do you think it is possible that he is saying homocysteine?
Complete thread -- if it helped. Just admit you were too freaking lazy to take the time to cut and paste
Complete thread -- How did you determine what was meant? Really curious.
Complete thread -- you want to whole dang report? Thank you for your free help!
Complete thread -- and heck, I suggested aortic stenosis and she didn't even make a reply about that?
Complete thread -- At least NOW we know it was a male patient, lol. It's like pulling teeth,
Complete thread -- plus, I think I have heard him say amoxicillin before and he pronounced it better.
Complete thread -- I know the dosage fits with amoxicillin, but nowhere in this history and physical does he
Complete thread -- good grief.
Complete thread -- Is this a baby? Is this a grown person with neurology problems? Are any of the meds
Complete thread -- maybe there was and you just didn't recognize it. That happens all the time.
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- i hear that. some can be so rude.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no surrounding context. his pmh is irrelevant to his rfv. ty for your time!
Complete thread -- that's what I thought but thought it was strange to say
Complete thread -- So that is the ONLY sentence in the WHOLE report? IF not, then there IS context.
Complete thread -- no context. thank you. PMH list. only says "tp has a s"
Complete thread -- or something.
Complete thread -- or something....
Complete thread -- ?? Shall we assume the AS = aortic stenosis??? context
Complete thread -- it was severe or ________
Complete thread -- PMH: The patient has A S. does not s/l AF. any ideas?
Complete thread -- chromic?
Complete thread -- ask my QA
Complete thread -- There were about 6 changes made between 2 and 3. Most companies told their
Complete thread -- hmm... not sure, but thanks, not hearing the osis part
Complete thread -- septum pellucidum
Complete thread -- Neurosurgery
Complete thread -- How is a score like that calculated?
Complete thread -- aponeurosis suture? (ck my sp)
Complete thread -- yes, I know, that's what confuses me... it's an abdominal wound
Complete thread -- thanks to both :)
Complete thread -- There are opponens muscles in the hand (fingers/thumb). Where is the wound?
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- I think you got it.
Complete thread -- i bow and curtsy ....
Complete thread -- I'd say you punctuated correctly.
Complete thread -- funny how a plea to stop the cat fight, starts a cat fight.
Complete thread -- opinions needed.
Complete thread -- :
Complete thread -- Honey, I'm so light, you couldn't see light through me. I am laughing actually.
Complete thread -- lighten
Complete thread -- love your sarcasm.
Complete thread -- OMG, really??? WOW. Give you a tiara and a sash. We'z so impressed. I have
Complete thread -- nobody is perfect, and those who think they are better think again
Complete thread -- i've been at the same job 9 years, and have a consistent QA score over 99.9.
Complete thread -- can I use that stupid mistake excuse next time I get reamed out for making
Complete thread -- opponens suture?
Complete thread -- can we all get along? some people make mistakes, others criticize
Complete thread -- actually, no. i don't know where that came from.
Complete thread -- gimme that donut, i'm off the diet.
Complete thread -- personally have had no doctors do heart/pulses in chest, but besides that, if you
Complete thread -- can we judge you putting an apostrophe s in PEs? That used to be part
Complete thread -- i had this corrected on this board for me too today, and my company
Complete thread -- apparently no one. was trying to fit something with the last part of vein. SO
Complete thread -- chest includes heart, which also includes pulses, no matter where they are. a lot
Complete thread -- Chest includes lungs and heart on a lot of my PE's...heart includes pulses...
Complete thread -- who said deQuervain's?
Complete thread -- eyelids are usually matted together
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Thank you everyone. When I find out what it is and why posted under Chest, I will let you
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- swollen veins?? big guess, not familiar with those on a chest exam.
Complete thread -- listen for obstructed?
Complete thread -- SM for complete PE
Complete thread -- NSCLC patient
Complete thread -- I'd bet a donut, he has gone on to Extremities. No evidence of deQuervain's. Pulses are
Complete thread -- Please see note inside
Complete thread -- context? why is patient in hospital. what are diagnoses? You lost me on the pulses
Complete thread -- Dictated under chest yes.
Complete thread -- sry, but what do pulses have to do with the chest, first issue. You sure this is chest??
Complete thread -- PE CHEST: There is no evidence of "struck" veins, pulses are symmetric
Complete thread -- You are AMAZING! You people on this board are all so smart! I really appreciate that you
Complete thread -- strain-counterstrain?
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE: The patient was placed in the supine position. Using the ...
Complete thread -- Perfect! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- number of medicines which can potentiate the action of warfarin (see ... Tramadol added to
Complete thread -- potentiation
Complete thread -- I want to repeat her PT / INR later this week. She is going to eat ex ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!! I Googled pedicle shadow and orthopaedics but not
Complete thread -- oops.. here is info
Complete thread -- pedicle shadows --sm
Complete thread -- s/l **pedicled shadow**
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you!
Complete thread -- I'm not getting the new wav posted, but "and potential complications is most common
Complete thread -- I think it is 'potential' complications.
Complete thread -- no need for hyphen there any longer, so no, unless her account specs
Complete thread -- nope, just s/l he dropped something.
Complete thread -- This is what I was leaning toward. Thanks to all helpers for your input!
Complete thread -- It wasn't in either, which is why I came here.
Complete thread -- Same fast dictator. I wonder if there is something after 'benefits?' Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I'd go with the above; mass, and center, - but do 8-cm.
Complete thread -- He has gone through a course of...
Complete thread -- He _______ course of conservative care, ..
Complete thread -- IMHO commas only around "mildly enhanced"
Complete thread -- my opinion
Complete thread -- Not quite sure about comma placement in this radiation oncology note. Please
Complete thread -- got it, thanks
Complete thread -- measured on a dialysis machine. when he has his next dialysis.
Complete thread -- wav posted please
Complete thread -- Not okay, not 1 word.
Complete thread -- for archives also. Guidelines on PSA doubling time.
Complete thread -- great! comprehension is the key to being a good MT. :-)
Complete thread -- I sent in note, left as he dictated, but I did see this and appreciate
Complete thread -- too late I guess but there are some new things doc look at w/ PSA--sm
Complete thread -- I looked under any and all kinds of maneuvers, physical therapy, etc. and nada...
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone, for your input. : )
Complete thread -- "When the PSA test was introduced in 1990 a reading of more than 10 ng/ml was regarded as
Complete thread -- so, they just quit looking for it? hope it doesn't move around!
Complete thread -- its scary out there!!
Complete thread -- I don't get it either.
Complete thread -- 1. ANXIETY DISORDER WITH PANIC COMPONENT 2. CERVICAL STRAI ...
Complete thread -- and I just had an addendum that ....
Complete thread -- i'd put PSA, which doubled, should put it over 12.
Complete thread -- what was the chief complaint? ?might help with searching?
Complete thread -- Pt with elevated PSA which has risen over past 6 months. Please sm for
Complete thread -- YIKES!!! Just had a PA dictate ethylene glycol instead of polyethylene glycol!!!!!
Complete thread -- The patient was placed in the supine position. Using a soft tissue te ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone! Going with slash.
Complete thread -- keratosis = skin condition marked by an overgrowth of layers of horny skin s=
Complete thread -- I like the /
Complete thread -- I probably would go with #2 also, could be the skin lesions are a separate condition
Complete thread -- I think either way you do it is okay, they're all 3 okay
Complete thread -- Curious how you'd handle this NP's list in past medical history...
Complete thread -- Per AAMT BOS, if abbreviated form is allowed, it is 2 words, pro time.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- VR, please. "Dr. Steinberg refer chronic rind Aredia." Steinberger for chronic rhin
Complete thread -- retic count is what they say, slang, but it is reticulocyte count
Complete thread -- Help with lab term, plse sm
Complete thread -- NM, I googled another way and will use "in."
Complete thread -- We reviewed the seed distribution using fluoroscopy *in* (*and*?) both ultrasound
Complete thread -- okay, and?
Complete thread -- yep...checked 2
Complete thread -- "campaign in recent days has been the upsurgence of ugly, hate-filled energy"
Complete thread -- merriam-webster.com/dictionary/upsurgence
Complete thread -- Mine doesn't, it goes right to Panamol. Panamol(paracetamol): Pain, fever, influenza, rhe
Complete thread -- upsurgence --ever hear of that? TIA!
Complete thread -- what is panamol? when i google, it goes right to paramol.
Complete thread -- what is panamol? when i google, it goes right to paramol.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- carry medication list in pocket, blank form was given.
Complete thread -- another wav please, not doing so well today. thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- right, but he is saying it like in-side and not sayd or sed
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- Thanks it was Panamol
Complete thread -- Panamol???
Complete thread -- ??? Banaril
Complete thread -- Per AAMT BOS2
Complete thread -- Medications: Alphagan, *banimal,* CoQ10, Coreg, digoxin, Diovan, sotalol, Travatan, &
Complete thread -- military abbreviations
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- some pronounce it "en sayd" rather than "en sed"
Complete thread -- That was what I heard. The dose is my concern. Normal is 25. Not 250 three times a day.
Complete thread -- 302 is involuntary commitment - Psych.
Complete thread -- please advise
Complete thread -- consider "free O2-able"
Complete thread -- Yeah, I thought of that, but it's definitely not. I think there was a screw placement?
Complete thread -- if pronouncing totally wrong...definitely "ide" instead of "ed" American doc, clear
Complete thread -- ? nerve root
Complete thread -- 302 is involuntary commitment. Patient was leaving AMA.
Complete thread -- That's exactly what I'm questioning. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Maybe "NSAID" associated changes?
Complete thread -- IMO the OP is not questing the dictation, just how to type it. 302-able
Complete thread -- thank you very much!
Complete thread -- OR "We have been following his course. In the hospital he developed..."
Complete thread -- I hear -"following his course in the hospital" (nope, not in the last)
Complete thread -- We have been following his course in the hospital?
Complete thread -- Promethazine is what I hear.
Complete thread -- Pt status post UCL procedure
Complete thread -- could be a psychiatric "hold" like a 5150? a 302?
Complete thread -- never heard of.... question if hearing correctly. Can you give surrounding context?
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- questioning the word "inside"
Complete thread -- He was not 302able. Would you do 302able or 302-able. Verbatim acct. TIA
Complete thread -- Sorry, hit enter too quickly. She does have cancer.
Complete thread -- wav file. I am pretty I have the drug but the dose seems so high I am questioning it.
Complete thread -- WAG intermittently?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ... she had ongoing epigastric pain... This occured s/l in-rent-ly, (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- trough
Complete thread -- s/l vancomycin trellis
Complete thread -- Rules for posting state that you should not lead off with your s/l and provide the exact
Complete thread -- s/l "endosigning" drain - used in vitrectomy procedure -nm
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- thanks. Slang is okay.
Complete thread -- burned the warts off
Complete thread -- SA
Complete thread -- if the OP can use "slang", protime is one word
Complete thread -- lots of references for Cameron's erosions
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- slang for prothrombin time. (i always expand it - no slang at work)
Complete thread -- protime - one word
Complete thread -- ? supercavernous?
Complete thread -- Coumadin would probably not be ideal since he....
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- Thanks for your reply. I googled that but could not confirm.
Complete thread -- VAP= vertical auto profile (cholesterol test)
Complete thread -- 85% DC
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- She had "2.5% (or 85%?) DC (or EC?) applied on the genital condylomas
Complete thread -- Alteril
Complete thread -- thanks to both of you very much
Complete thread -- Clear as a bell now! Thanks! : )
Complete thread -- Clark level
Complete thread -- Clark
Complete thread -- containing?
Complete thread -- s/l altril for RLS TIA!
Complete thread -- After listening numerous times, I determined it to be "a history o ...
Complete thread -- field block of 1% Xylocaine *continue* 1:100,000 parts of adrenaline...
Complete thread -- s/l....??clax or something like that level 4 multifocal vaginal melanoma...sm
Complete thread -- Nevermind. He was saying a.c. and h.s. (before meals, at bedtime)
Complete thread -- has a significant genetic component is still not fully controlled.
Complete thread -- another wav please, thank you very much
Complete thread -- See below message
Complete thread -- No focal neurologic deficit on examination. The patient does have some minor tremors
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks for your input.
Complete thread -- sounds like *CHS" insulin
Complete thread -- dementia
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- downward? downdrum?
Complete thread -- Thanks. At this point I think he may be mispronouncing it as Codman not Cameron SM
Complete thread -- VIP cholesterol was gone over. His total LDL (word here?) is still
Complete thread -- was gone over. His (serum?) LDL direct is still high
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I just googled "hernia erosions" and here is the link. I was not suggesting that it was
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- Thank you, but it doesn't sound like Cameron and he definitely says erosions NM
Complete thread -- Cameron (ulcer)
Complete thread -- Pt with coffee-ground hematemesis may have hernia with s/l Codman erosions
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Yes, still was not confident.
Complete thread -- Googled?
Complete thread -- s/l fusional ability
Complete thread -- I kind sort hear something like "...same time, ___ time restriction in bed,..."
Complete thread -- I hear "...image was left arm down at side."
Complete thread -- I can't get all of it because of his flipping through the chart, but
Complete thread -- . Myocardial perfusion is normal. The patient image was left on ______ side.
Complete thread -- Genaurdi's
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- she works in s/l jenarties
Complete thread -- paraclinoid s/l super-frizaying internal carotid artery aneurysm TIA!
Complete thread -- flagging it for the doc.
Complete thread -- Sentence before it is ..He sustained C3 fracture.
Complete thread -- Sentence before it is ..He sustained C3 fracture.
Complete thread -- What comes after? "He has not been in to see us since...."
Complete thread -- He has not been in s/l ce-a-sens
Complete thread -- Post MVA follow up. He did not have any s/l ce-a-sens? tq
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (though) she did notice a gradual...
Complete thread -- Wow, is someone trying to get this site shut down or what? No excuse for
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- Someone posted a WAV with multiple complete reports on it, patients' names included.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear "...my fault that I have given in to him for..."
Complete thread -- I have given in to him for such a long time
Complete thread -- The client also stated that it is basically my fault that I have _____ ...
Complete thread -- that is what I found but s/l he was saying Vas, thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- Video-assisted thoracic surgery (VATS)
Complete thread -- past hx: he had s/l vas thoracoscopy for pneumothorax. I could find VAT. tx
Complete thread -- Thanks darlene, always good to have 2 opinions.
Complete thread -- No matter. The more the merrier.
Complete thread -- It is a PA-she has a hard time with a lot of things. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Docs never pronounce that one right but yours had an especially tough time with it.
Complete thread -- oops, you had not yet posted, I was searching .
Complete thread -- she may be misreading but would flag "hydroxychloroquine" plaquinil sm
Complete thread -- thank you so much. Yes, she does have rheumatoid arthritis.
Complete thread -- hydroxychloroquine I mean
Complete thread -- Could mean hyroxychloroquine if patient has rheumatoid arthritis
Complete thread -- please??...any suggestion?
Complete thread -- possibly gummatous if patient has syphilis.
Complete thread -- "s/l gro mat us" might be grumous
Complete thread -- I want to stick that in there but it doesn't sound that long. Thanks.
Complete thread -- granulation tissue?
Complete thread -- granulomatous tissue?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- med list
Complete thread -- "I did have him in a week return for a Holter monitor." syntax-challenged.
Complete thread -- and/or rongeured - thanks BB!
Complete thread -- rongeured as found to be?
Complete thread -- sharply debrided and s/l "all around jord" was found appropriate.
Complete thread -- She has stopped listing.
Complete thread -- could it be Jhapra (vegetarian) diet?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- ablation of calculi?
Complete thread -- He says it clearly but no telling what he means.
Complete thread -- I'll let QA have it.
Complete thread -- Tell me about it!
Complete thread -- Not sure about "chopped," but bread could be BRAT diet?
Complete thread -- I did wonder about that but hard to make sense out of it.
Complete thread -- how does he 'perform' s/l calculi with a recurring UTI? That makes no sense to me
Complete thread -- see if it's bladder (other wording different?)
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of a "chopped bread" diet
Complete thread -- collected
Complete thread -- No, but thanks.
Complete thread -- Dr. ___ had performed s/l "blotto" calculi with recurring UTI and obstructive
Complete thread -- cultured
Complete thread -- ??
Complete thread -- nope, undulating doesn't sorta fit here IMO
Complete thread -- purulence was s/l "fluctured" (not saying suctioned) and sent for culture.
Complete thread -- I like alternating! I think that may be it. I am brain fried!
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- alternating? fluctuating?
Complete thread -- Does anyone think "undulating" might make sense here?
Complete thread -- Eggerthella.
Complete thread -- Pt. admitted for "eh gar kella" sepsis due to perforated appendix. tx
Complete thread -- dorsiflexion and plantar flexion s/l ombilading between 2 and 3-.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- no context, it was asked by a coworker, but that definitely is great help.
Complete thread -- Okay bb, I wasn't sure if that was adding too much or not, but if you don't think so,
Complete thread -- Donepezil is used to treat dementia
Complete thread -- they make a graft called SafeBlood graft.
Complete thread -- dementia med, pt was started on "dinisipole" 10 mg daily
Complete thread -- struck by the fact that when he attempted to stand without using his hands, he showed...
Complete thread -- a little editing
Complete thread -- Oh my goodness thanks. Safeblood Techolongies. I didn't see that!
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that! Thx! :)
Complete thread -- blooming?
Complete thread -- There is definitely a word there, maybe saying "through" but what
Complete thread -- saline blotter?
Complete thread -- That is a supremely good answer! Thanks!
Complete thread -- did you hear that on the Mp3?
Complete thread -- He may have been stuttering after the word 'dissect.' Makes more sense without the 'to'.
Complete thread -- wound vacuum-assisted closure, debridement, (long pause) s/l safe blood uh (period)
Complete thread -- Aquamantys system is a bipolar sealer which delivers radiofrequency energy and saline sim
Complete thread -- device was used to "dissect to the tube off the underlying ovary and outer adnexa"
Complete thread -- Psychophysiological insomnia is a type of insomnia that is associated with excessive worry
Complete thread -- stop 'listing', like tilting to the side when she walks?
Complete thread -- Who knows? I could leave a blank but with the long pause after he said it I'm
Complete thread -- maybe he was going to flush the toilet and didn't want you to hear it.
Complete thread -- Has anyone ever heard of "aquamatch" used for hemostasis?
Complete thread -- "stop listening"
Complete thread -- or Latino
Complete thread -- I don't see that you can convert that to a fraction
Complete thread -- all i can even guess is he is a "Latin male" with an ESL accent. sorry
Complete thread -- Flagging!
Complete thread -- Yay! :)
Complete thread -- ...site of the drains. He is s/l uh teen uh mail. Head, ears, ...
Complete thread -- Never mind. Later says not recommending surgery because finding was borderline
Complete thread -- I guess there are cage braces. Never mind.
Complete thread -- What is he talking about, "to open the cage"??
Complete thread -- Can't tell if saying borderline or overlying. Which would make most
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for trying. That was my first guess also but I just couldn't
Complete thread -- psychosomatic?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- even if its an odd fraction, we leave it as dictated (verbatim), depends on your acct spec
Complete thread -- Sorry, I meant length!
Complete thread -- You have to figure out where the error is, the dictator or you.
Complete thread -- I've never seen weight in inches before. Are you sure about that?
Complete thread -- Baby's birth weight is dictated as 19.3 inches. Do I have to convert it to fractions
Complete thread -- This may be contributed to by anxiety/depression. Rule-out ___________
Complete thread -- agree with AP diameter
Complete thread -- makes more sense since the D-dimer wouldn't be in the physical exam.
Complete thread -- okay, that sounds better than my fracture, but i heard all the rest.
Complete thread -- mother, mandibular fracture, MI, asthma, arthritis, and is deceased.
Complete thread -- thanks for looking. I am now hearing mandibular carcinoma
Complete thread -- Mother __________________ hypertension, asthma, atrial fibrillation, arthritis,
Complete thread -- She said it again, sort of, at the end and I could make that one out.
Complete thread -- one end is in the wall. You can see those set-ups a lot in the ER. same
Complete thread -- never mind - I finally found some info. Thanks all!!
Complete thread -- So where does the wall come in? Is it hooked to the wall?
Complete thread -- s/l No wheezing. "ambee danniter" may be "AP diameter" sm
Complete thread -- Flow-by oxygen is the provision of oxygen through a tube held in front of the patient's fa
Complete thread -- My pulmonology docs say "flow-by O2" day in and day out. :)
Complete thread -- wow...i'd have NEVER gotten that
Complete thread -- glad to see i'm not the only one who doubles a post.
Complete thread -- i've heard "blow-by" before, as in "blow-by oxygen" but...??
Complete thread -- i've heard "blow-by" before, as in "blow-by oxygen" but...??
Complete thread -- I'll check! Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- that is what i heard...and then with retraction...
Complete thread -- i have no idea, I thought there was more to the sentence and it was cut off?
Complete thread -- s/l "wall flow by"
Complete thread -- with better knowledge. Oh I am so happy.
Complete thread -- Knowledge! I am not a genius. She says it later.
Complete thread -- Knowledge! Got it.
Complete thread -- does it make sense? where does and then with come in?
Complete thread -- a D-dimer was within normal limits ?
Complete thread -- yea, i hear nautilus now. wonder if its is beneficial with the nautilus.??
Complete thread -- No wheezing. "ambee danniter" within normal limits.
Complete thread -- i didnt see any other wave file on this one?
Complete thread -- No problem. Have all day to do this.
Complete thread -- Sent an MP3 file. Just do not hear anything but nautilus.
Complete thread -- Great link - I am bookmarking it! :)
Complete thread -- I thought you were finished and gave up
Complete thread -- maybeeee s/l scabbard is merely saying "standard"
Complete thread -- Thank you! You nailed it with Select Speciality! I appreciate you, LB!
Complete thread -- yep, and then with retraction about 2 cm.
Complete thread -- thanks for your wild guess... it totally helps! :)
Complete thread -- Can you believe it??? Poor thing! She is really elderly too :( No, they left them
Complete thread -- how about "better than it was" - got that from your nautilus.
Complete thread -- You posted over another wav while we were still working on it. Please be courteous
Complete thread -- and then with?
Complete thread -- wav-thank you
Complete thread -- I thought it was 'than her nautilus'
Complete thread -- I think a longer wav would help. It is hard to catch their ebb and flow and pronounciatio
Complete thread -- I needed that!
Complete thread -- or..."butter sandwich" hahaha
Complete thread -- better now, which - is what it sounds like, but she didnt finish?
Complete thread -- Latrobe maybe? (if he pronounces it la-tro-bee)
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Same lady, different patient.
Complete thread -- Good Lord, they left 2 surgical gloves in him previously?
Complete thread -- Thanks. It's just been one of THOSE days. ;)
Complete thread -- Before anyone guesses "stab wound" he's not saying that. I'll probably just leave a
Complete thread -- annother link
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of a "scabbard" incision? Makes sense but weird that I can't
Complete thread -- effect sounds right - the immediate effect of the marcaine in the injection
Complete thread -- (n-acetyl-l-cysteine) - Acetylcysteine solution, USP s/l to me
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions!!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- ilioaortic angio?
Complete thread -- S/l Marcaine effect... please see inside for complete context.
Complete thread -- He had his first angioplasty in the early 1990s. (no apos')
Complete thread -- OMG ha ha ha :)
Complete thread -- link?
Complete thread -- Vitamin C 1000 mg daily, Pletal 100 mg daily, Janumet 1000 mg, ____, glyburide
Complete thread -- Select Specialty? Lee Hospital? i used to live there & can't think of anything
Complete thread -- ohhh oksy.. lol...
Complete thread -- two blanks please
Complete thread -- LTAC/ lex pro three hospital (in or near Johnstown, PA)
Complete thread -- in that big paragraph she has inside her message.
Complete thread -- two blanks please
Complete thread -- maybe aircast but where is the context?
Complete thread -- s/l acast??
Complete thread -- yep, prasugrel
Complete thread -- No, he didn't say the back table THIS time, he said the patella.
Complete thread -- prasugrel (Effient)
Complete thread -- Prasugrel - this is closer.
Complete thread -- There is clopidogrel but that really is not very close.
Complete thread -- Thanks to you all!
Complete thread -- I found Solcotrans drain. Thanks.
Complete thread -- MI drug
Complete thread -- There ya goo. I though the patella sounded a bit off there, but what he did. the back
Complete thread -- The trans is clear and sounds like sulka or silka trans. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- Haven't done many of his reports but he usually does say "set on the back table."Thanks
Complete thread -- Some traction. Thanks. Thought it was distraction or contraction
Complete thread -- would rather do the upper extremities.... "some traction"
Complete thread -- wav file again. Same lady, different patient. Any errors, holler! Thanks.
Complete thread -- like I set it on the table until it cooled. he clamped those together with
Complete thread -- I always get caught on abbreviations. It is more me than them really. Sniff instead of
Complete thread -- subcutaneous drain?
Complete thread -- oversew?
Complete thread -- s/l "sulka trans" drain?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I thought it sounded like rimming or brimming and when I googled got only porno stuff
Complete thread -- Thanks to all helpers! That must be it. Also had that blank earlier and
Complete thread -- clamped and "set on" the patella (Does that make sense?)
Complete thread -- why is that him being a jerk. that is very common.
Complete thread -- Hydroxyurea has been the mainstay therapy for polycythemia vera
Complete thread -- focused
Complete thread -- could they be being a jerk and saying P. vera, polycythemia vera?
Complete thread -- p. vera polycythemia vera
Complete thread -- I thought it could be focus. Just needed to be sure. Thanks.
Complete thread -- bony?
Complete thread -- His *pee-vah-rah* appears to be well controlled with present dose of hydroxyurea.
Complete thread -- flexion will be the most focus for range.
Complete thread -- i know this is not your s/l, but spurring comes to mind.
Complete thread -- wav file. Thanks. Questioning the last word before it is done. Thanks.
Complete thread -- free intraperitoneal AIR; fatty infiltration OF
Complete thread -- It is such as, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- s/l rooming or brooming osteophytes were removed (usually hear bridging?)
Complete thread -- positions such as or position scissors?
Complete thread -- wav file. I have 2 words this could be and cannot decide between them.
Complete thread -- Duh! Thanks for your kind help! : )
Complete thread -- confined (limited to()
Complete thread -- Examination is now pretty much *defined* to the abdomen and genitalia. Please
Complete thread -- optic nerve head anomaly, nasal, with some fullness
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Will add the and as well. Cannot use numbers below 10, have to spell out
Complete thread -- fullness?
Complete thread -- consider "fullness"
Complete thread -- shoulder in neutral (and) in 45 degrees of abduction, 2 sets
Complete thread -- Never mind. She is so bad a simple and or in is not going to change much.
Complete thread -- how about "times one"
Complete thread -- Thanks, I think that's it.
Complete thread -- s/l fomus
Complete thread -- trademark
Complete thread -- in or and. This is my speech impediment lady and cannot tell. Sound file no help.
Complete thread -- SafeSheath
Complete thread -- s/l he is slurring "polymyalgia, etc" ?
Complete thread -- Help with wav file posted.
Complete thread -- doc mumbles and stumbles. Please see message
Complete thread -- Kiwi vacuum(s) brand name. sentence sounds a bit whacked to me
Complete thread -- Moving on.
Complete thread -- s/l flat kiwi was used and s/l twahn TIA
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you. That one just would not come to me. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, I do understand that. Wanted to make sure I was not out of
Complete thread -- cytokine?
Complete thread -- s/l site'-a-kind
Complete thread -- Not where I work would we 'shorthand' est like that. That is more of an account
Complete thread -- Doc spells the med "nydebran” Pt is also on Estrace. No medical history given.
Complete thread -- Angioedema workup as dictated inside. Tests not familiar to me, but I did
Complete thread -- Thanks! I did listen for that just in case, but seems to start with p. Appreciate your
Complete thread -- NM, got it: Streptococcus pyogenes
Complete thread -- Streptococcus viridans? Try the bacteria link above.
Complete thread -- Discharge DX: Number two, *struck-tuh goo-cose para-jins* sepsis. Please
Complete thread -- I had found that, but was not 100% sure
Complete thread -- I agree, biopsy of the fluid (liquor)
Complete thread -- articular?
Complete thread -- loxapine?
Complete thread -- flattening of the **secret**surface -- knee
Complete thread -- S/L noxapine
Complete thread -- thanks, will do!
Complete thread -- lingula?
Complete thread -- sure, they can check the intestines and surrounding structures. Might
Complete thread -- deciphering doc handwriting
Complete thread -- I'm going to flag it - thanks tho. nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- liquor?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- figured it out -- benzonatate
Complete thread -- drug question...patient with bronchitis and COPD, started on sm...
Complete thread -- ESL help
Complete thread -- liver. just a few ?days? weeks? status post cholecystectomy. ?
Complete thread -- Abdominal CT s/l just a few status post cholecystectomy TIA!
Complete thread -- sort of sounds like 'activation' technique - but so much background noise.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Patient is utilizing the _______ technique.
Complete thread -- I don't think so but thank you for your reply.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but it does not sound like any of those, or any oral contracep ...
Complete thread -- Offers no complaints.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Tolerating medications well. No _____, no complaints
Complete thread -- Sounds clearly like "bi" ...blanking and sending on. Thanks to all for the help!
Complete thread -- Second one is thrill. Thanks!
Complete thread -- pan/holosystolic?
Complete thread -- OH good.
Complete thread -- Me neither, which is why I'm questioning it.
Complete thread -- can you hear "no thrill"?
Complete thread -- bi? really wouldn't fit, would it? holosystolic means throughout the whole systole
Complete thread -- it is on google x ~90,000 hits
Complete thread -- s/l biholosystolic ejection murmur TIA!
Complete thread -- yes, correct
Complete thread -- seizure?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- CS is close supervision
Complete thread -- No ______ activity noted. Discussed the case with Dr.
Complete thread -- quadrantanopia
Complete thread -- No adverse events noted. *C S* level of observation to be continued.
Complete thread -- broaching, yes?
Complete thread -- this happens to me sometimes...
Complete thread -- tender hypothenar eminence?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- LOL....That is ABSOLUTELY EXACTLY what I think about you and your fund of knowledge!
Complete thread -- so smart you are!
Complete thread -- think it is myopic shift -6.75, +1.25 at 90
Complete thread -- Just re-listened a ton of times...maybe negative relative index. What do you think?
Complete thread -- This is a stretch, but the "for el-vin" could be 411?
Complete thread -- here is a list see if in here
Complete thread -- She has a large myopic shift to - 6.75 plus ____ in the left eye
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- negative for s/l el-vin-tex TIA!
Complete thread -- Oral contraceptive S/L zeonway.
Complete thread -- i dont know why this posts so many times for me....sheesh.
Complete thread -- maybe U can cut back on the caffeine??
Complete thread -- I think this might be it. More like a "g" sound.
Complete thread -- usually "stay sutures" used to keep it open while he's operating.
Complete thread -- usually "stay sutures" used to keep it open while he's operating.
Complete thread -- I like a tie suture
Complete thread -- tie or undyed?
Complete thread -- guide?
Complete thread -- s/l "guy" or "dive" sutures. SM
Complete thread -- Lap chole... s/l "guy" or
Complete thread -- You should repost your last wav. There was a missing word I did not have time to catch.
Complete thread -- possibly the marginal mandibular and buccal
Complete thread -- Maybe "UPPP" (uvulopalatopharyngoplasty-ch.sp.)
Complete thread -- wav already gone, went to relisten for hyfrecator (instrument)
Complete thread -- facial nerve branches _______ buccal has been protected and the tumor
Complete thread -- there is a missing before branches, can't tell if it is fiber or five and verb tense is
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Further down, the main trunk of the facial nerve has been identified
Complete thread -- I "think" i hear acceptable rate
Complete thread -- main ______ has been _____ further. At this point, an _____ has been
Complete thread -- I think you are right with "acceptable rate"
Complete thread -- Are both words acceptable?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Made the file a WAV because I could not MP3 to work. Slower now
Complete thread -- I think the blank before rate is 'acceptable' but not positive
Complete thread -- can you slow this down a bit?
Complete thread -- It is there now. Got an error message that I did not see. Sorry.
Complete thread -- no sound yet
Complete thread -- ??? with removal of the tumor
Complete thread -- found it..... Tonsillouvulopalatopharyngoplasty (TUPP)
Complete thread -- MP3 file. The first blank he changes his mind from breath sounds equal to something.
Complete thread -- He has hay fever, apnea for which he had a *PUPP*, and deviated septal surgery
Complete thread -- total thyroidectomy ________ of the tumor.
Complete thread -- large myopic shift to *-6.75 plus 1.25 at 90* in the left eye
Complete thread -- ? A flip angle
Complete thread -- no wave yet
Complete thread -- thyroidectomy ______ of the tumor
Complete thread -- this link brings up yahoo email?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you! I never would have got that myself.
Complete thread -- so I guess either/or would be correct.
Complete thread -- ok- found this Thiomersal (INN), and commonly known in the US as thimerosal...
Complete thread -- check this article out www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15691220
Complete thread -- alignment
Complete thread -- according to the manufacturer & print on the bottle it is Lumicain
Complete thread -- when I google, only thimerosal comes up.
Complete thread -- Ortho note ...
Complete thread -- Lumicain or Lumicaine? Seeing both on Google sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- in-stent thrombosis
Complete thread -- s/l instant thrombosis
Complete thread -- Is one of these spellings preferred over another- thiomersal versus thimerosal.
Complete thread -- even bridging the subject of a formal bone marrow biospy?
Complete thread -- to rule out several other correctable conditions prior to even a _____ biopsy
Complete thread -- wow.thanks!
Complete thread -- quadrantanopsia
Complete thread -- no, tim or tan is quite clear..
Complete thread -- Nexium it is
Complete thread -- I attached the WAV
Complete thread -- google it
Complete thread -- Nexium
Complete thread -- hemianopsia?
Complete thread -- medication "nexiul"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l tim-oh-spia?
Complete thread -- is the word bilaterality correct? He says it so clearly?
Complete thread -- Alpha angle (if that is your question)
Complete thread -- What is your question?
Complete thread -- I uploaded it. Please listen. Thanks
Complete thread -- how do I send the wav?
Complete thread -- please help. See attached WAV (I hoep it is wav and not MP3!!)
Complete thread -- thank you will do
Complete thread -- there is Bentson guidewire in steds, check if that is what u hear.
Complete thread -- s/l benson fire?
Complete thread -- i don't think so. I'm thinking a procedure done relative to sleep problem. thnx anyway.:)
Complete thread -- a letter of intent?
Complete thread -- s/l la-te-rus-tent????
Complete thread -- it is right!
Complete thread -- on postop day 2, he ambulated in hallway 2 s/l laps around the unit.
Complete thread -- alfite angle is 48 degrees on MRI
Complete thread -- is bilaterality a word, its not on google but see below
Complete thread -- Yawn. Thanks goodness its past my bedtime. You've bored me to tears
Complete thread -- (wow! thanks! :-)
Complete thread -- http://us.mc1803.mail.yahoo.com/mc/welcome?.partner=sbc&.tm=1332229155#_pg=showMessage;_yl
Complete thread -- A concern for MTs? Offer of a free EMR system for docs...(see last paragraph)
Complete thread -- the meaning is clear: Just atypia, nothing that can be called frank malignancy is seen.
Complete thread -- has it become? it always has been! :-)
Complete thread -- Pancreas had.... ( I had to flag it for QA)
Complete thread -- for that
Complete thread -- Pancreas have?
Complete thread -- mets, meta, metc
Complete thread -- Pancreas have margins with atypia but no s/l call-able malignancy. tx.
Complete thread -- that is why flagged it and signed it off. thanks.
Complete thread -- Standard sizes are 0.028, 0.035, 0.045, 0.054, and 0.062, I don't know anything
Complete thread -- "564 K-wire was used" should it be done as 0.564 K-wire?tx
Complete thread -- this came up the other nite. oooomph-pra-sol.
Complete thread -- I've heard it pronounced so many ways, and that's one of them!
Complete thread -- O-pram-a-zole 20 mg p.o. q.a.m. Is it just me or has omeprazole become
Complete thread -- Thanks to all three of you nm, poi, and sal. I now have SOUND.
Complete thread -- The s/l "incidators were cleaned out."
Complete thread -- Thanks. I like them all. Maybe I'll do a combination. I never spell them right.
Complete thread -- oh, I would do mets1 mets2 mets3 respectively
Complete thread -- metastases (metss) metastatic (metc) metastasis (metts)
Complete thread -- mets
Complete thread -- What are your abbreviations for metastasis, metastases, metastatic,
Complete thread -- Oh, fer cryin' out loud. The drama queen syndrome around her is simply a
Complete thread -- guess now that we have it, it sure was helpful to know that. So, it wasssssss
Complete thread -- And if you put something in a medical report that you DON'T HEAR, you're
Complete thread -- guess it wasn't soooo important.
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: She is allergic to vancomycin, _____, and _____.
Complete thread -- Okay, one more time. If you have been doing this job any time AT all, and you cannot figu
Complete thread -- Reading comprehension problems? I said TER and STU sound nothing alike.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all that tried.
Complete thread -- You absolutely rock, lol! MT impersonators, beware!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I hope no one would really laugh. We all get tired!! Glad you got it :)
Complete thread -- s/l Two gin tablet one tablet by mouth daily.
Complete thread -- We also discussed avoiding caffeine products at least 4-6 hours before bedtime,
Complete thread -- Regarding pets in the bedroom, ? .. what comes after, why thorough context
Complete thread -- lemme write
Complete thread -- he is pretty much rambling about sleep hygiene and stimulus control
Complete thread -- Wish I could get the full gist of what he was talking about. WAG inside.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I can hear that too.
Complete thread -- I actually hear "courting of pets in the bedroom", but just can't
Complete thread -- He he saying beds in the bedroom instead of pets? Not sure about your blank though.
Complete thread -- sleep study evaluation
Complete thread -- comma
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- please don't laugh
Complete thread -- but, but, but, but "the TER sound is crystal clear"
Complete thread -- Found it, CNVI, Checklist of Non-Verbal Indicators.
Complete thread -- Pain specialist dictates, "based on the (s/l) *CNVR* functional pain scale,
Complete thread -- He's saying "right buttocks" which is why I heard "sossa"
Complete thread -- hey, i'd bet you hit the nail on the head with this!
Complete thread -- YES!
Complete thread -- Right upper? _____ ulcer.
Complete thread -- right buttock(s) ulcer?
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!! I appreciate all of your suggestions and will listen for them!! :)
Complete thread -- The "sossa" I believe is "ulcer." Might be right something. Not sure if Asian but sure
Complete thread -- is this an Asian/Chinese doc? ripo - may be lipo-something
Complete thread -- not a home run...
Complete thread -- ruberous
Complete thread -- Stage 2 s/l ripe oh tox sossa
Complete thread -- ileotomy is another guess. sure would be nice to hear it.
Complete thread -- what is on second.
Complete thread -- obsturvation - obstipation? and maybe the foo-it-too me is something ectomy?
Complete thread -- who is on first?
Complete thread -- Diflucan
Complete thread -- Just remember.....you may think you know what was meant when it wasn't said, but what you
Complete thread -- Dificid?
Complete thread -- ?guess on 1st word: obstruction
Complete thread -- ?"wip gayrding foo it to me subsequent colostomy."=
Complete thread -- I will adjust dose to 375 mg q. 8 h. and add *difficile* 200 mg daily.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I have no idea how to do that. I'll work on that. I know it is REALLY tough w/o audio
Complete thread -- can we hear it?
Complete thread -- Open control panel from start menu, then sounds and devices.
Complete thread -- Just remember...... you may have heard what you think you heard, but what you think y
Complete thread -- perforated colon secondary to S/L obsturvation wip gayrding foo it to me
Complete thread -- Thanks. Yes, my account requests it to be capitalized.
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after unpredictable, but that's JMO.
Complete thread -- make sure to listen for "inferior" just in case
Complete thread -- You're crazy if you continue to insist that sTUperous sounds nothing like TERberous.
Complete thread -- Does this sentence need a comma?
Complete thread -- Yes they did. TER and STU sound nothing alike, yet someone kept insisting
Complete thread -- consider Omnaris Nasal Spray
Complete thread -- PlaquEnil
Complete thread -- That must be it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I wasn't arguing. Just said thanks but I couldn't hear it. There was actually a
Complete thread -- No one wanted her to put something she can't hear. Sheesh almighty. But arguing that the
Complete thread -- Being as it is a medical report, I too would not put in something I did not
Complete thread -- No, Google Rocks!! LOL
Complete thread -- actually, it looks like it sounds exactly like that except you don't have an 's', and it
Complete thread -- WAG: ...after extubation in PAR (post-anesthesia recovery)?
Complete thread -- :P
Complete thread -- I didn't say it was a word. Since when would not being a word stop a doctor from trying
Complete thread -- trying rebooting computer (shutting all the way down and turning back on)
Complete thread -- Thank you for being nice about it.
Complete thread -- You rock! LOL. I started typing "bu-train" into google and the answer
Complete thread -- One thing we forget around here all the time, haste makes waste and giving
Complete thread -- Could your volume be on mute? (icon in right lower corner)
Complete thread -- Oh you totally rock!!!
Complete thread -- This is totally the entire report! It is an addendum. Thanks for the suggestions!!!
Complete thread -- the pt suffered respiratory failure after extubation and *PAR* and was re-intubated.
Complete thread -- Thanks will relisten.
Complete thread -- i bet that's it - its a 7-day patch.
Complete thread -- technofeebe requesting advice (sorry to be a pest! :-)
Complete thread -- i knew that, was going too fast trying to get her the answer.
Complete thread -- BuTrans patches (buprenorphine)
Complete thread -- what is the pt in the hospital for? what is on the exam on skin?
Complete thread -- Maybe he is Mr. Potato Head's long lost brother and is Being or resembling a tuber: a tube
Complete thread -- i sympathize. if it is so clear, it MUST be a word (grr) - ONLY in our dreams.
Complete thread -- start slowing typing your s/l into google and check out the suggestions, one for s.m.
Complete thread -- Too bad, there is no more context (????) cause I don't see anything there that requires
Complete thread -- I hear mine make crystal clear mistakes all day long. Does not mean .. oh forget it
Complete thread -- sounds exactly like Bu-train topically every Friday.
Complete thread -- Yes, the TER sound is crystal clear and I did leave the blank of course
Complete thread -- No he is not, but if you just can't make stuporous do, then flag it.
Complete thread -- can't hear either. You might try searching for ophthalmic solution in
Complete thread -- Thanks but really can't hear stuporous. I know it would be possible for the S from "is"
Complete thread -- Thanks. You are brilliant. I was on a different track....
Complete thread -- cannot hear any wav.
Complete thread -- or imbrication?
Complete thread -- could it be plication?
Complete thread -- darn , misspelled it, correct is below.
Complete thread -- stuporous - definition of stuporous in the Medical dictionary - by the ...
Complete thread -- Klonopin, Plaquinil, Arthrotec, ________, ophthalmic solution, Percocet as needed
Complete thread -- stuperous
Complete thread -- cephalosporin, Vantin (brand) 100 mg -- generic name is cefpodoxime
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- when stimulated and examined, he is s/l turberous
Complete thread -- No it is definitely something plication.
Complete thread -- i dont know why this is posting multiple times! grrr
Complete thread -- cephalosporin, vantin 100 mg twice a day is what i hear.
Complete thread -- cephalosporin, vantin 100 mg twice a day is what i hear.
Complete thread -- cephalosporin, vantin 100 mg twice a day is what i hear.
Complete thread -- She was on a cephalosporin _____ mg twice a day until three days ago for salmonella.
Complete thread -- I thought it would be arthritis. They are pretty verbatim but will switch. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- guessing - reconstruction of ulnar...?
Complete thread -- positive on pelvic rock and reversal phase. ??
Complete thread -- positive on pelvic rock and reversal phase. ??
Complete thread -- thanks...
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Rupture of sagittal band, right long PIP joint, ulnar band
Complete thread -- ? reversal raise
Complete thread -- Anthoula Kapsalakis (psychologist in Australia)?????
Complete thread -- it is a Monday.
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- SI joint provocation tests are positive. Pelvic rock ____
Complete thread -- Yes, that's what she is saying. Thanks.
Complete thread -- OH NEVER MIND, I got it just by thinking for a minute! BiV I assume!
Complete thread -- Bi-V biventricular
Complete thread -- defibrillator s/l "by the" (bi thee) pacemaker
Complete thread -- cephalosporins are a class of â-lactam antibiotics, which one?
Complete thread -- cephalosporin is not even a med, it is a class of medications. and age would be needed.
Complete thread -- usually Dosing (Adults): 250–500 mg orally every 8 hours - best blank and not guess.
Complete thread -- with arthritis (arthritic is adj form needs a noun following) rest sounds as best you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- can't get dosage... She was on cephalosporin *99* mg twice a day until three d
Complete thread -- WAV file. Can someone double check the 2nd sentence to make sure I have it?
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- is a synonym for cheerful - buoyant (uo, not ou)- it fits.
Complete thread -- He and his wife have done this weight reduction effort together. It is difficul
Complete thread -- That is so what that was! I thought it was chin tuck or slim jim or some such! How funny
Complete thread -- You got it!!! Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- and..its 'that same doctor' from last week. sorry for ya!
Complete thread -- tried the TENS unit
Complete thread -- wav file. The patient has arthitis and shoulder pain.
Complete thread -- wag: behind iris (?????)
Complete thread -- Ty nm
Complete thread -- Found it. She is now saying antibiotic spacers...
Complete thread -- yes soaked in antibiotic or coated to help w/ infection
Complete thread -- just a wag: "he says alcohol, (um...) EtOH, level is not detected"
Complete thread -- s/l bah-han-yeriss
Complete thread -- s/l antibiotic prosthesis
Complete thread -- i laughed when i saw that!
Complete thread -- first could be fluticasone. Help for future, go to RXList above and type flu*
Complete thread -- tycitamine - dicyclomine ?? -- flumethasone/flumetaknown?
Complete thread -- jinx lol
Complete thread -- last could be tizanidine
Complete thread -- civila could be Savella
Complete thread -- civila could be Savella
Complete thread -- I do hear "capsa" in the word..
Complete thread -- meds...
Complete thread -- organizational behavioral, unless you're in the UK or Canada maybe??
Complete thread -- s/l anthicapsalocus??
Complete thread -- osporins and presents here with *decreed* diarrhea again.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- That has to be it. Thank you. My mind just went blank on that one :-)
Complete thread -- pleurisy?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l "pleur-isity
Complete thread -- polyps?
Complete thread -- about five years ago and colonic *plates* remove
Complete thread -- a coude' catheter? today. something metoprolol ? and Cardizem for blood pressure
Complete thread -- A couple of questions.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- forme fruste (French, “crude, or unfinished, form”; pl., formes frustes) is an atypical or
Complete thread -- s/l forst
Complete thread -- I hear the last as lanoxin. could he be changing his mind. Sounds like she needs to
Complete thread -- I actually think you're right.
Complete thread -- he gives 3 allergies, i can't get the middle one.
Complete thread -- losartan 100 mg. allergies 2nd one is digoxin.
Complete thread -- 81 mg of aspirin. no such dose as 51. other allergy is indistinguishable.
Complete thread -- ok, thanks so much
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- err
Complete thread -- we shouldn't think we know that however, I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- Listen closer for RVR rapid ventricular response *(or rate - either)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- oops, have had fatigue.
Complete thread -- problem list
Complete thread -- I do not think anything is missing. I think they have fatigue for a year.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all. I also hear times a year but something's missing. I'll flag.
Complete thread -- needs to be qualified if that is what he saying, i.e., several times a year. sounds
Complete thread -- Was debating on interval too. Thanks.
Complete thread -- no clear sound distinguishable from the dictator.
Complete thread -- fatigue times a year, slurred speech
Complete thread -- times a year
Complete thread -- seems the word is cut off sorry
Complete thread -- anterior wall
Complete thread -- who presents with episodic headache, weakness, fatigue, ______, slurred speech,
Complete thread -- I hear that now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- It sounds like interwall? There is no such thing is there? Has to be anterior?
Complete thread -- except for mild fluid overload
Complete thread -- wav file. I do not hear positive for but maybe it is there. sounds like susapor to m
Complete thread -- k, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- two ?s
Complete thread -- a drip transfusion may be defined as a large transfusion administered very slowly.
Complete thread -- I don't know why it would be a drip per se, but she sure could have had a transfusion of
Complete thread -- Google blood transfusion drip
Complete thread -- Thanks to both!! Appreciate your help!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Akathisia is a frequent and common adverse effect of treatment with antipsychotic (neurole
Complete thread -- You know, I think maybe he's saying akisthisia as a separate thing from the tongue prblm.
Complete thread -- received "blood drip"
Complete thread -- Tardive AkathisiaTardive Akathisia & Tardive Dyskinesia & Tardive Dyskinesia
Complete thread -- s/l "acophesia" / tardive dyskinesia of the tongue.
Complete thread -- usually hear acute "tubular" necrosis with kidney stuff sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I hear - pt has Dr. Ivan or Ivon who is a private psychiatrist
Complete thread -- If you google tubulin necrosis, it asks did you mean tubular. If you
Complete thread -- google it both ways
Complete thread -- I think he's saying
Complete thread -- tubulin or tubular
Complete thread -- Patient has _______ private psychiatrist.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- for archives, that's physiognomy.
Complete thread -- Intensive Treatment Level (part of Rochester, NY psych PEP program)?
Complete thread -- reading comprehension get you? 'you' drama queens does not refer to the poster, but to
Complete thread -- Very WAG, but ITO for isolated time-out? Hospital may have its
Complete thread -- sorry, posted to wrong thread
Complete thread -- No adverse events noted.
Complete thread -- and intrusive, however, discharge planning confirmed.
Complete thread -- s/l I T L
Complete thread -- Somewhat provocative and intrusive over discharge planning. ______ No adverse event
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- By the way Biox is capitalized
Complete thread -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulse_oximetry
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could be "pulse-ox" - pulse oximetry?
Complete thread -- which side and what site side and site
Complete thread -- s/l biox was 86 on room air. The patient came in to the ER
Complete thread -- side, site and antibiotic infusion (sm) ?
Complete thread -- side to site or site to site?
Complete thread -- Never mind--took out redundancies and fixed it up. :-)
Complete thread -- maybe, he is known to say stuff weird or just plain wrong...guess will flag to be sure thx
Complete thread -- sounds like he's moving furniture around. i can't get it at all.
Complete thread -- comfort room. _______. One-to-one support given.
Complete thread -- maybe means metanephrine level "meta"?
Complete thread -- doc giving lab results on d/s, he says alcohol "met-ee-a" level is not detected.thx
Complete thread -- Stoppa
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help--that is definetely better! But there's still something wrong at the
Complete thread -- open preperitoneal s/l stoper repair of inguinal hernia. tx
Complete thread -- New sentence @ Please specify.
Complete thread -- It's Prolia. Thank you both!!
Complete thread -- Is it me or is this one big mess? If it's not me, how would you fix it?
Complete thread -- Boniva or Prolia?
Complete thread -- Prolia
Complete thread -- worsening bone density. Discussed Reclast or "pro-vee-a". nm
Complete thread -- eyedrops Systane??
Complete thread -- thanks very much
Complete thread -- Pt presenting with stroke. Med in med list s/l sustain or sustine.
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- thanks for input. turns out it was "fungal" per QA
Complete thread -- never mind thanks
Complete thread -- s/l other than for mono
Complete thread -- Childhood, unremarkable other than ___. Adult, no hypertension, heart disease,
Complete thread -- Neither would seem to make sense. ? topical
Complete thread -- if no objective dictated, should I delete heading or can I take something from
Complete thread -- Shhhh, or the Drama Queen will come out and smite you with her royal
Complete thread -- Yawn! You are such a drama queen, so yes, you have the perfect
Complete thread -- thanks so very much
Complete thread -- tonaftate (Tinactin) found by looking on drugs.com list of drugs by condition
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- oh well, sorry I can't think of anything close enough to your s/l in that context
Complete thread -- that was it thanks again
Complete thread -- tried but recorded external sounds; not sure how to configure on windows 7 laptop
Complete thread -- not sure but will try to post thanks
Complete thread -- will re-listen thanks
Complete thread -- s/l tom-af-uh-late 250 mg for tinea pedis
Complete thread -- any way you can post the sound file so I can hear it?
Complete thread -- WAG... maybe hyphema?
Complete thread -- kind of s/l en-phema (edema? patient has allergic conjunctivitis)
Complete thread -- s/l whole or formal, not sure
Complete thread -- yea lol; seems to be more a pain than a benefit
Complete thread -- Wow, I don't even have a "grammar check" on my program.
Complete thread -- i mean "me" not "met"
Complete thread -- thanks that's what i thought but grammar check was trying to correct met
Complete thread -- 1 week's time.
Complete thread -- is it 1 weeks' time or 1 week's time
Complete thread -- okay, she's a lunatic
Complete thread -- just for your listening pleasure, I posted a WAV - please
Complete thread -- It might be one of those weird audio phenomena
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I had done a significant amount of reseaching and
Complete thread -- if she uses only 1 E, then she is leaving out eyes or ears. I question her ability.
Complete thread -- I have tried every search I know how to do and coming up with zilch. They
Complete thread -- Medical Abbreviation Definition Search for 'hhent'
Complete thread -- I've heard an SHEENT?
Complete thread -- actually 12 reports by this provider. She uses it every time and
Complete thread -- Sorry, in nearly 30 years, have never seen/heard of an HHENT. Maybe they're just
Complete thread -- Under physical exam, this NP is dictating HHENT. I can't
Complete thread -- I hear it. LOL. I wish I could really 'fix' some of these things. But I'd probably
Complete thread -- (that was a joke)
Complete thread -- then you should put Cardiolite Myocardial Perfusion Imaging Studies
Complete thread -- are you actually hearing "thanks"?
Complete thread -- I assume you really meant cardiac 'enzymes?' what is a cardiac lytes?
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, my QA thinks that is not correct. We have to 'fix' those , i.e.,
Complete thread -- so true, and so helpful for us to remember
Complete thread -- ps - I favor leaving it as dictated; depends on your account
Complete thread -- Sure, Cardiolites is fine...
Complete thread -- The SR recognized internal and I tried to look for that, so possible. Can't know for sure
Complete thread -- big old guess, but formation internalized?
Complete thread -- It wasn't anything helpful, just informed consent for C-section.
Complete thread -- Sorry, just sent the blank. Thanks
Complete thread -- what comes right after?
Complete thread -- ESL, vaginal delivery "infant with caput formation and *turtle size*"
Complete thread -- Hey Margaret! there was a ?? earlier about heart sounds (?) S1, S2 +0? Do you
Complete thread -- the "g" of "lung" can mimic a "c" instead, attach itself to the following word "opacity."
Complete thread -- oooOOOooo! Excellent suggestion! (Altho pt T is entered on requisition, Rarely hear
Complete thread -- Well, you certainly act like God. You are no helper. If you have to go through all that
Complete thread -- The helpers are not mind readers or God. They don't know what the OPs
Complete thread -- Pinnacle used to make Cover-All (saw the box on google images) but the
Complete thread -- Sure wouldn't have anything to do that she asked a simple question that needed
Complete thread -- No, but thanks.
Complete thread -- air splint?
Complete thread -- She was placed in a s/l "som set."
Complete thread -- Makes you just want to rush out and help the next person, doesn't it?
Complete thread -- He does repeat in diagnostic data and says "Left lung base opacities may represent
Complete thread -- Petty.
Complete thread -- I swear there is a "c" sound very distinctly before it! I didn't even think of that,
Complete thread -- opacity.
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray showed a left lung s/l "capacity" that may represent atelectasis or
Complete thread -- Thanks to everyone for their help!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- using balloon assist.
Complete thread -- The aneurysm was partially coiled using _____.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- carotid infarct, it sounds like.
Complete thread -- CT scan shows a left ____ infact.
Complete thread -- Oh wow!!!! Thanks Billy Bob!! I didn't know how to do searches like that here. :) TY TY!
Complete thread -- first word here, see link.
Complete thread -- If he just butchered this word and there is a better substitute, please let me know! :)
Complete thread -- ..because of the patient's s/l physiogramy, the radiologist had some uncertainty..
Complete thread -- Grouch award^^
Complete thread -- Now I hear it clearly. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- causes of dementia (no "a" necessary), and send off his ionized calcium
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please
Complete thread -- I can hear the difference between cardiAC and cardiO, and I know what I heard.
Complete thread -- there is also CholestOff -over-the-counter dietary supplement to reduce cholesterol
Complete thread -- I said it was a WAG, but cord anomaly is a better guess
Complete thread -- orthospiine
Complete thread -- how is that a finding on a sagittal film in the spine? exactly?
Complete thread -- but given the context of that sentence it looks like means cardiac lytes unless patient
Complete thread -- on #2 wonder if last med is Cholesta (supplement for cholesterol)
Complete thread -- WAG on #1 "codon morphology?"
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- Thanks for doing what I should have done.
Complete thread -- sorry, meant to say yes it can
Complete thread -- I googled - dougherty pronunciation
Complete thread -- I am not that dense. I know the difference.
Complete thread -- Could "Dougherty" be pronounced "Dockerty" ?
Complete thread -- there is a Cardiolite study and there are cardiac electroytes (lytes) need more context
Complete thread -- that was not what the doctor dictated, he was referring to all the studies the patient ha
Complete thread -- That must be it. He talks so fast. Thanks for helping.
Complete thread -- I'd say he had a normal Cardiolite.
Complete thread -- we are supposed to fix things like this, has had normal cardiolites. Would you
Complete thread -- midodrine
Complete thread -- both Sandostatin and s/l Mitrin therapy. VR had Midrin but don't think that could
Complete thread -- check links
Complete thread -- *were, not was. Uggh.
Complete thread -- I'd say too much of a guess, and I'd probably flag it.
Complete thread -- they do use "plus" or + to mean "positive" and I wonder if the 0 is -sm
Complete thread -- The listings I saw on the pdf was for wound dressings. Thanks for heads up! :)
Complete thread -- Cardiovascular Exam: s/l S1 plus S2 plus 0. No murmurs.
Complete thread -- Saw that last time. that is a reimbursement site. Go to the MANUFACTURER's
Complete thread -- The above is the link I found. Still not sure. Thanks for your input, though.
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- I was not replying to the OP either.
Complete thread -- And OP acknowledged it being covered 'ad nauseum' a while back.
Complete thread -- No, they do not.
Complete thread -- Yes, they do.
Complete thread -- they make coveralls not a Coverall dressing.
Complete thread -- this was covered ad nauseum a while back. they do not make that.
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- alike minds? lol
Complete thread -- total hip revision components...big guess on THR
Complete thread -- THR as in "total hip replacement" components?
Complete thread -- Ty for your help.
Complete thread -- Ty. I also found Coverall bordered surgical dressings by Kimberly Clark.
Complete thread -- s/l T-H-R or D-H-R component
Complete thread -- and Cover-Roll Stretch from AllDayMedical, and cover-roll adhesive gauze.
Complete thread -- i found Coverall wound dressing made by Derma Sciences ??
Complete thread -- A 4 x 4 and s/l coverall was applied. I know there is Cover-Roll, but dictator
Complete thread -- Ahhh, now it makes sense
Complete thread -- Thanks. Wanted to make sure I had not missed anything.
Complete thread -- would leave blank, I agree likely triamcinolone said wrong, not close enough for comfort
Complete thread -- would listen for metastatic carcinomas
Complete thread -- wav file. The only drug I can find close is Triamcinolone. Am I missing one?
Complete thread -- s/l "some meta studies" carcinomas can calcify including gastric and colon
Complete thread -- I agree with the comma too.
Complete thread -- look at the full sentence --sm
Complete thread -- I agree...thank you!
Complete thread -- oh phooey. her legs and her head not her feet, her legs up and her head down
Complete thread -- "with her legs up and head down toward each other" her legs and her feet.
Complete thread -- Oh, I think he's starting to say "by doctor" and doesn't finish (by Dr. ___
Complete thread -- initially with normal saline and later bicarb s/l "pay ductal"
Complete thread -- because if you take out "toward each other" it is parenthetical
Complete thread -- with her head down toward each other just sounds strange.
Complete thread -- OH, I did not see this one- subocoracoid- I bet that was it! nm
Complete thread -- Sorry, I meant assessment! This doc had me in tears, so I'm a little
Complete thread -- why??? that breaks that descriptive.
Complete thread -- I don't see any problem with it, since she is lying in decubitus, she had her leg
Complete thread -- if it is a bursa then it can have bursitis, not all words are listed in all sections
Complete thread -- however, would leave blank because on further look PCI is possible --sm
Complete thread -- I would put a comma before "toward" also
Complete thread -- it's fine, but
Complete thread -- could be TCI (transitory cerebral ischemia)
Complete thread -- PMH: Retinal bleed status post s/l PCI or TCI?
Complete thread -- (don't believe that's correct)
Complete thread -- sure wish I could reword instead of being on a verbatim account:
Complete thread -- ? subcoracoid
Complete thread -- the full sentence might help
Complete thread -- Subacromial bursitis - (SEE MSG)
Complete thread -- subacromiodeltoid?
Complete thread -- oops...meant- PLAN: Left shoulder...
Complete thread -- Ortho- speedy doc- s/l subarachnoid -PlanLeft shoulder impingement with bursitis
Complete thread -- axitinib ??
Complete thread -- TKIs a list
Complete thread -- Oh my. Why could I not hear that??? More coffee.. thanks.
Complete thread -- at the time that he had ?
Complete thread -- wav file. This is probably going to be one of those no brainer ones.
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- will listen again. thank you very much.
Complete thread -- sunitinib?
Complete thread -- clinical trial with randomization between sorafenib vs s/l aczibneb. thanks.
Complete thread -- wonder if he's not saying "bicarbonate of something" instead of bicarb...?
Complete thread -- Temperature could be 98.7. When pt's temp is normal, the measured results are so similar
Complete thread -- "adrenal surgery," I believel. The adrenals ARE retroperitoneal in location.
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- Is it possible for bicarbonate to be98.7 on blood gas? Sorry, can't seem to google.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear "hyperglycemic"
Complete thread -- Random blood sugars? Totally wild, wild,
Complete thread -- maybe a bit of CC/HPI/PMH will provide more clues to your s/l or a wav even
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- short trial of...
Complete thread -- agree ,short course, since already has diarrhea, & antibiotic use "causes" diarrhea
Complete thread -- Guess ~ hyperglycemic?
Complete thread -- or... short course of
Complete thread -- or short-lived
Complete thread -- glad to help, no thanks needed. :)
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- may give a try of short *life* antibiotics
Complete thread -- i was on the kindle and had no sound?? so turned laptop on &got it.
Complete thread -- hyperuricemic
Complete thread -- Neurontin, Abilify, _____ medication and Tylenol.
Complete thread -- diagnosis?
Complete thread -- AST 201, ALT 140, GGT 1,029. *dye chulupas* were up to 333 mg/dL.
Complete thread -- s/l hyper acemic medication
Complete thread -- i opt for hyphen
Complete thread -- one eye study or one-eye study
Complete thread -- I can hear it now. Thanks to both of you.
Complete thread -- I also hear "fever has settled"
Complete thread -- fever?
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file please
Complete thread -- did you click "search earlier posts"? I had to click it many times to get
Complete thread -- that was noted by the first responder; there were two questions
Complete thread -- Yes, I know. He just gave medications and I googled Bactrim and Augmentin along with
Complete thread -- suppressive
Complete thread -- being placed on chronic s/l "spussive" therapy
Complete thread -- okay. maybe I am just being dense today, but when I put a word into the New Search box
Complete thread -- good to know! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Oh - sorry. I misunderstood. I thought you meant you would get in trouble for flagging it
Complete thread -- Sorry. I am just astounded when people get in trouble for sending blanks, questions, flags
Complete thread -- Cuz we're supposed to send the report through and write on the report that
Complete thread -- Interesting way to handle. BTW, post below your explanation is not
Complete thread -- I knew about the New Search box but didn't think to look there.
Complete thread -- Why in this big world would you get hell for that?
Complete thread -- I ended up checking the specifics. We don't send to QA but instead make a note that
Complete thread -- syncopal
Complete thread -- Holter monitoring as well as orthostatic s/l syntopupil testing
Complete thread -- By the way, this was in the New Search box (apparently posts take a while
Complete thread -- "search earlier posts" clicks 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, and 13 have it
Complete thread -- I just keep clicking "next 50 hits" but "next 50 hits" keeps coming back. lol
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. The only other related info is that the patient is there for possible
Complete thread -- I sure hope we get an answer to this one because I got the same "next 50 hits" result when
Complete thread -- Several ways to handle on my account...
Complete thread -- When I type in Dulera in Search Archives, "next 50 hits" comes up but when I click on
Complete thread -- Says patient has history of uterine cancer in HPI but in impression says history of
Complete thread -- It was first mentioned over a year ago on Feb 5, again in March, May 6,
Complete thread -- s/l A2 sin-or maybe "single" A2=closure of aortic valve(termed A2)
Complete thread -- Why isn't there even one mention of Dulera (inhaler) in the archives?
Complete thread -- He had "andreamal" surgery
Complete thread -- common test ordered by rheumatologists when assessing a patient is an ANA.
Complete thread -- Though just checked archives and that's it!
Complete thread -- Hmm, may be Zoll... I think best to flag and need to send in note now.
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the input. Blanking and sending on. Happy Saturday!
Complete thread -- Sounds good to me, but I'm not sure that's what he's saying. LOL
Complete thread -- Op note for placement of DDDR pacemaker. Placed on *boll* pads...
Complete thread -- Ah....okay, on to do more research and listen again. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ...and thanks to ALL helpers! Great to have you all here. : )
Complete thread -- ENA = extractable nuclear antigen
Complete thread -- Thanks! I think these are it. : )
Complete thread -- check out anti-DNA and anti-ENA testing in rheumatology
Complete thread -- ANA antibody/antigen not E..... sural nerve bx
Complete thread -- ANA?
Complete thread -- how does "A2 is inaudible" sound to you?
Complete thread -- Two s/l inside related to rheumatology. ESL and bad line. Any help appreciated!
Complete thread -- Sorry...bu should been "but"
Complete thread -- ? A2 is inaudible
Complete thread -- how does the entire s/l go?
Complete thread -- s/l A 2 sin-or-uh TIA!
Complete thread -- There were aroud 8 lawsuits filled by Transcend stockholders citing
Complete thread -- Interesting article on Transcend final selling details 3-20-12.
Complete thread -- (WHEW! Thanks for sharing That one! Not even the teeniest clue! :-) (& just when one SM
Complete thread -- Sutures may be open but not flat. Fontanelle may be both open and flat. How/whether to
Complete thread -- IVIG stands for intravenous immunoglobulins. (Most are IgG in type) SM
Complete thread -- agree, good grief, geez, it is obvious!! it is the skill of the MT that knows this.
Complete thread -- Organomegaly...no organs or masses noted...Thanks! I learned something!
Complete thread -- listen for January 2012
Complete thread -- this is reflected in her blood glucose
Complete thread -- lots of references for "no organs or masses felt"
Complete thread -- there is both IgA and IgE
Complete thread -- Oh for crying out loud. It is perfectly obvious it means nothing abnormal felt about
Complete thread -- ra·mus (rms) KEY
Complete thread -- Actually the reader of the document needs to know what it is not what is assumed
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. I'll go with ramus.
Complete thread -- thanks! this is a new one for me.
Complete thread -- i agree with ramus
Complete thread -- seems to be conflicting answers huh link
Complete thread -- Has soft tissue swelling along his left *rami* of the mandible. Agree it should be
Complete thread -- FDA Natazia(estradiol valerate & estradiol valerate/dienogest)
Complete thread -- that is the way they dictate, need to realize, they just talk that way and swing with it
Complete thread -- I just won't see those doctors. but
Complete thread -- tell that to my doctors...
Complete thread -- All of these are very good guesses, but doesn't sound just right. sm
Complete thread -- i've heard IVIG (no space) (intravenous immunoglobulins) no letter after it.
Complete thread -- normal sounds good. if you cannot figure out A or E, then flag,
Complete thread -- Premature infant at 26 weeks. sm
Complete thread -- HSM for hepatosplenomegaly.! If they just say no organs, that would be no organs, not
Complete thread -- yep, i get 'no organs' a lot, meaning no enlargement, just shortcutting it.
Complete thread -- HSM for hepatosplenomegaly.!
Complete thread -- ahh bet that is IT
Complete thread -- sometimes, as they are reading the chest x-ray form, they off-handedly include/mention sm
Complete thread -- no evidence of masses?
Complete thread -- organs?
Complete thread -- Help with a word in abdominal examination. sm
Complete thread -- that's a cool web page, i've never seen it before.
Complete thread -- I don't know if it is the same poster each time, but they do that everytime and at times
Complete thread -- Yes, that is it, thank you.
Complete thread -- VIN-3 You have VIN and CIN. might want to listen closely there.
Complete thread -- What it IS is "inferior vena" cava-tricuspid valve annulus isthmus
Complete thread -- s/l vane or bane ?
Complete thread -- the let me google that for you is the name of it. She wasn't being nasty.
Complete thread -- unbelievable.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I hear "there is reflection (are reflections) in her blood glucose"
Complete thread -- mp3 help pls sm.
Complete thread -- here, let me google that for you. see link.
Complete thread -- to be done in the room
Complete thread -- whoops, this goes to post below
Complete thread -- to be done in the room
Complete thread -- can anyone provide me the link of Stedman's Plastic Surgery, ENT, & De ...
Complete thread -- another mp3 uploaded. pls help
Complete thread -- I believe saying the LAD was the area of involvement/risk
Complete thread -- I think the "forty" part might be "Fogarty", not sure tho.
Complete thread -- 5(mm)/40(cm) 5/40 or 5-40
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- T ranges makes sense = T-score (T” score and a “Z” score)
Complete thread -- i saw the same article darlene, but the initials just don't fit. blanking is safest here.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- thanks for the info. I'm hearing "with enough T range" but don't know if it makes sense.
Complete thread -- all I heard was SPV and no idea what it is or your s/l sm
Complete thread -- 9:30 at night & its 75 inside. i'm roasting!
Complete thread -- ?? FBP, FVP, FEP? no clue.
Complete thread -- mp3 help pls sm.
Complete thread -- A s/l "five forty" was then passed proximally into the aorta and s/l "pulled up."
Complete thread -- I know, it feels like we've gone straight from winter to summer but I'm not complaining
Complete thread -- no wonder its been so warm outside!
Complete thread -- Restrictive ventilatory impairment on spirometry dated June 8, 2012, probably due to
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- well, below lol
Complete thread -- vague
Complete thread -- i agree with above
Complete thread -- l-thyroxine??
Complete thread -- Check TSH. To continue s/l "al teropsin."
Complete thread -- she is allergic to s/l duricia. Plz help. tq.
Complete thread -- Positive for s/l "reg" pains across the anterior chest
Complete thread -- scant sputum production s/l "agustubnizaton" and dyspnea
Complete thread -- that makes sense.
Complete thread -- I believe doc is saying "in some areas of his neck"
Complete thread -- can't post sound....have no mic on computer :(
Complete thread -- some type of muscle in the neck?
Complete thread -- post sound file maybe?
Complete thread -- Venezuelan accent blank s/l summaries
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help! :) ...
Complete thread -- ok. i found a few articles with scooping, so that might be ok.
Complete thread -- It really does not s/l scalloping more like scooping but I cannot tell ...
Complete thread -- also check strong dilated, probably is bronchodilator change.
Complete thread -- its: Scalloping occurs with obstructive diseases, such as asthma or COPD
Complete thread -- and answered incorrectly at the time of my post
Complete thread -- i don't know what 'scalloping' is but hear it a lot on the PFTs.
Complete thread -- scalloping - scooping
Complete thread -- Spirometry
Complete thread -- docs usually say fine motor movements, so rapid fine sounds fine.
Complete thread -- Oh, thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- perhaps corrected midstream without making it clear it was a correction and meant --sm
Complete thread -- what is means =infused continuously over 96 hours (with whatever drug used)
Complete thread -- B-cells = insulin is produced in the B (beta) cells,
Complete thread -- ...and tricuspid valve annulus is another anatomic feature altogether
Complete thread -- low-utility reference
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes, it's okay
Complete thread -- Parksinon's patietns have "on time" and "off time"
Complete thread -- Last sentence make sense? This is verbatim
Complete thread -- Hand coordination is good on *rapid fine* and rapid alternating movements. Do I need
Complete thread -- Well, I guess that's what he wants! He goes on to say,
Complete thread -- At her worst, when she is s/l "ON" (not saying "on it"), she will have choreic
Complete thread -- maybe s/lporphyria tar-dive cute-uh. =tardive cutaneous porphyria
Complete thread -- Yup!
Complete thread -- ventricular?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- connect the tricuspid valve annulus with the transected inferior vena cava os. .... the IV
Complete thread -- *turko* tachycardia
Complete thread -- her question was about the 1 word which is answered.
Complete thread -- tangents sounds right...
Complete thread -- I plan to treat the right breast s/l "with tangent" at 180 cGy daily
Complete thread -- Thanks a million
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I see it now. You guys are all so totally awesome :) :) :)
Complete thread -- i'd opt for trabeculation, a lot of cellules, and multiple...
Complete thread -- Aha!! Thanks! I just couldn't find the levels of care in that, but thanks for leading way
Complete thread -- Oh, thank you so much!! You just saved me 3 blanks! : )
Complete thread -- Severely *trabeculating lot of cellulules* and multiple bladder stones were seen r
Complete thread -- AliMed - brand name
Complete thread -- Pt is requesting an additional *ell-ee-med* heel cup for his other heel.
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- If you google with advance directives, it gives some info
Complete thread -- Good guess! I'm starting to think he means "total life support" but has the letters wrong
Complete thread -- Therapeutic Support Level?
Complete thread -- thanks... I had never heard of it before
Complete thread -- i'd "guess" he means what you have, just saying it out of order.
Complete thread -- doc says s/l porphyria tar-dive cute-uh. I see porphyria cutanea tarda in Stedman's
Complete thread -- CRP comes up but does not fit
Complete thread -- Archives has this question, but not the answer. Anyone?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- proximal makes the most sense though.
Complete thread -- sounds right to me.
Complete thread -- i keep thinking its some type of lab value, but I'm braindead today.
Complete thread -- Oops, didn't word my question too well. Please see inside of my post above.
Complete thread -- Does 96 hours of chemo on Mon-Fri schedule sound ok? I do very few
Complete thread -- DX is fracture of the triquetral and "pospa" lunate bones. SM tia
Complete thread -- google "anterior MI" salvage
Complete thread -- that wouldn't show on x-ray, rhonchi is a sound.
Complete thread -- CNP - chronic nonmaligant pain or?? doesn't fit context
Complete thread -- consider sibilant
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying to help. I just flagged and sent it in.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I might go ahead and leave as "bronch." I think I can get by with that on this
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking but he hadn't really been talking about it previously, except
Complete thread -- similar?
Complete thread -- probably
Complete thread -- s/l "Bronch" (would that be bronchoscopy?) done during last admission: AFB smear was
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray showed __(s/l sibiller chronic changes with left upper lobe mass
Complete thread -- So very sorry, typo, meant CNP (jeesh I should give up today)
Complete thread -- ah ha, thanks!
Complete thread -- saphenous graft?
Complete thread -- He might be saying 1% epi, later, was used... no idea. ESL and a bad one
Complete thread -- i'd really need the wav file to make sense of this.
Complete thread -- I can't get CFP either.
Complete thread -- diagonal branch of the LAD??
Complete thread -- 1% epi local?? but that doesn't make much sense.
Complete thread -- I can't get past the word salvaged, doesn't make sense in to me.
Complete thread -- 1% "epilater" was used for local anesthesia.
Complete thread -- What does CFP mean as I can't seem to find?
Complete thread -- MiXto Laser?
Complete thread -- complication of ileus looks fine and second might be CFP 187
Complete thread -- Help with a couple words. See inside.
Complete thread -- Do you have more info before and after your s/l?
Complete thread -- Do you have more info before and after your s/l?
Complete thread -- ok, thanks!
Complete thread -- Then a *mixed 0* laser at a setting of 8 watts, density of 20% was applied
Complete thread -- TY!
Complete thread -- MI salvage
Complete thread -- another guess: if mention of seizures or nerve pain, Tegretol?
Complete thread -- silly me - festoons is correct
Complete thread -- consider cisterns
Complete thread -- Laser to both cheeks and *festoons*. I don't understand how this fits.
Complete thread -- he stumbles, then just says "and it caused..."
Complete thread -- the nature of the process and effect that his alcohol and _______ have caused damage
Complete thread -- You're an angel! Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- nope, for me, they don't give (me) numbers etc., I don't put them
Complete thread -- Thank you! I was not sure if I needed anything after the numbers, lik ...
Complete thread -- it's important to google the phrase in quotes
Complete thread -- atrial cavotricuspid isthmus
Complete thread -- with just googling atriocaval, get more term choices
Complete thread -- oops, that should have been low minute "alarm" no volume.
Complete thread -- I found all these mentioned(sm) their website. If new dictator new worktype I would just
Complete thread -- What specifically does not look right to you?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yeah, miss her a lot.... her moniker was cute, something like ~yo~
Complete thread -- Ventilator settings and alarm help. smplz
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=atriocaval+tricuspid+valve+annulus+isthmus&oq=atrioc
Complete thread -- atriocaval
Complete thread -- cardiac disease history: See message please
Complete thread -- started wav too close to the s/l. Very hard to catch their flow with only a word or 2
Complete thread -- ?PTV...necks
Complete thread -- i cant even hear "screen" - sorry
Complete thread -- NM, going to flag!
Complete thread -- adverse events noted. _____ screen continue to be negative
Complete thread -- hmm, thanks
Complete thread -- yes, very short report all is inside - probably a child
Complete thread -- Thank you MT50 -- usually you are the one teaching me new things!
Complete thread -- Well I for one am appreciative, thanks alice...
Complete thread -- it's a new one to me too; I found it searching, and now it seems OP has moved on :-(
Complete thread -- Math help on dosing, please! Doc stumbles right in middle of saying a number...
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down
Complete thread -- more info - is this is a psych hospital? how old is patient? diagnosis?
Complete thread -- sounds like "next one is" no adverse events noted.
Complete thread -- s/l T A or P A groups
Complete thread -- how about Histoacryl?
Complete thread -- increase Risperdal to 0.5 mg b.i.d. ______ No adverse events noted.
Complete thread -- my 2 cents but this is also a link
Complete thread -- here are some sealants then, not sure it will help tho sm
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. I forgot to say ESL, but he's definitely not saying
Complete thread -- maybe vissa-crill is Vicryl sm
Complete thread -- and you're sure it's not Vicryl?
Complete thread -- Hernia repair. *vissa-crill* was used to approximate the skin edges.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I will use that next time (the commas). This time,
Complete thread -- that link is broken, try this one for future terms if needed
Complete thread -- rods=rads sm & can also google.com radiation therapy glossary
Complete thread -- rods s/b "rads"
Complete thread -- The skin, as well as the axillary rolls, WAS - the skin and axillary rolls WERE
Complete thread -- total of 6,000 rods to the ______ and 6,000 rods to the bilateral _____. The
Complete thread -- I think Word is technically correct, but I agree it looks funny
Complete thread -- s/l conservative, but don't know if that makes sense with the rest of the story
Complete thread -- Anyone know anything about "yo," someone who used to post here?
Complete thread -- grammar
Complete thread -- another wav please, thank you very much
Complete thread -- always been a big help to me MT50, thanks!
Complete thread -- This is a start in the right direction.
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- WAG...nerve root?
Complete thread -- s/l adjuvant????????
Complete thread -- 6,000 rods to the *P T B* and 6,000 rods to the bilateral *necks.*
Complete thread -- "weigh" on her heavily.
Complete thread -- or maybe just "frown upon"
Complete thread -- frowned upon
Complete thread -- s/l found upon??
Complete thread -- Inderal?
Complete thread -- medication called Tuderall???
Complete thread -- just signed off the report with blank, tough doc! thanks.
Complete thread -- Something to do with BRCA maybe?
Complete thread -- for your reply.
Complete thread -- found this - drill flutes sm
Complete thread -- needs port removed. indcation: she has s/l braksave cancer. Plz help.
Complete thread -- on google, but anyone had this before? new to me.
Complete thread -- Care was taken to clean s/l flute of drill during drilling.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- just found there are two lengths of Veress needle so she must be
Complete thread -- added MP3
Complete thread -- cardiac catheterization.... s/l versicle wire...
Complete thread -- I think you are right. "the longest needle" would probably fit there.
Complete thread -- maybe APTT
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Good grief, it was "deteriorated." thanks
Complete thread -- procedure is tubal ligation. sounds like "a-long-est"
Complete thread -- 83-year-old with chest pain with palpitations, hyperglycemia, anemia.
Complete thread -- scratch that to losartan. (is he suggesting to change it to losartan?)
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- She was admitted by the doctor because of this s/l "fuhr-rated" condition.
Complete thread -- never mind. I think you need vasa vasorum (Latin, "vessels of the vessels") is a network
Complete thread -- hmm?
Complete thread -- ? vasa vasorum
Complete thread -- pl form. both arms, both legs, both hands, both whatever, plural.
Complete thread -- Both vas (or vasorum?) are easily palpated. -Thanks for the assistance.
Complete thread -- wav gone, but consider "pending"
Complete thread -- agree... tyvm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- centiGRAY not grade -- centigray /cen¡¤ti¡¤gray/ (cGy) (-gra¡å) a unit of absorbed radiation
Complete thread -- had eroded into her SMA
Complete thread -- I hear folliculitis
Complete thread -- mp3 help pls sm.
Complete thread -- Pt w/breast cancer. Brain metastasis involving left posterior frontoparietal
Complete thread -- There was some question as to whether this pseudocyst _________ in her ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- is from a
Complete thread -- Therefore, this should be considered for further treatment most common ...
Complete thread -- Saying "people need to take the wad out of their panties" is not being kind
Complete thread -- that is what I said.
Complete thread -- present.
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file.
Complete thread -- I changed it. Thanks for pointing it out!
Complete thread -- whereafter is a legitimate word
Complete thread -- Oh well, I slowed it down and hear "some minimal" Sorry.
Complete thread -- Has anyone ever heard "normal peripheral edema"? Patient is obese, but I've never
Complete thread -- finger occlusion
Complete thread -- wow, that was the name of my ex-husband's lawyer!
Complete thread -- yeah, I wondered about "whereafter" - my spellcheck said no!
Complete thread -- checking, but you need to fix whereafter, he went back to arrhythmia.
Complete thread -- can anyone verify "SIC count" (EP report). I can't verify this.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I think subsided is it
Complete thread -- I could picture the doctor bending down, removing his mask, and picking that up with his
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- since when?
Complete thread -- I don't think "resided" makes any sense. Just my opinion. Subsided makes sense.
Complete thread -- gradually, they subsided
Complete thread -- ooooohhhh! thanks
Complete thread -- pick up with teeth
Complete thread -- with the help of teeth? (forgot to say this is an oophorectomy)
Complete thread -- 1 day postoperative from not of.
Complete thread -- with the help of pickups with teeth
Complete thread -- bilaterally with the help of
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Guess I wasn't clear--I was asking which one to expand it to, postoperative or -ly?
Complete thread -- resided makes more sense
Complete thread -- depends on your account specifics. mine expands it.
Complete thread -- see message please
Complete thread -- Should postop be expanded to postoperative or postoperatively?
Complete thread -- These people are bitter, rigid and closed-minded. Just let it ride.
Complete thread -- YAS
Complete thread -- of the left foot, drifting down her heel? wag
Complete thread -- ok, i will flag..thanks
Complete thread -- not to me either
Complete thread -- doesn't make sense to me
Complete thread -- Thanks. I don't know how to send only part of the voice file. ...
Complete thread -- s/l*The left foot drifted down her heel.* does this seem right? thanks
Complete thread -- without any clues, no way to even guess on most of that, but I will throw out
Complete thread -- Like, none of us got that the first 800 times. I don't know why you can't just
Complete thread -- sorry!
Complete thread -- Swell, it capped Rectus even.
Complete thread -- I should put up the voice file, but I don't know how. I cannot even g ...
Complete thread -- remind me not to make an appt there..
Complete thread -- and the blanks sound like...??.. or is there a sound file to listen to?
Complete thread -- The patient is to followup at Rectus cardiothoracic surgery, (thanks VR)
Complete thread -- MRI findings of Cervical Spine
Complete thread -- well, he said it again...this time he added "muscle"...psoas!!
Complete thread -- I also hear 'source'?
Complete thread -- source abscess?
Complete thread -- Yes, it is.
Complete thread -- Thank you, thank you!!
Complete thread -- nothing as in no wav or nothing as in he was just doing his version of umm?
Complete thread -- I was just chiming in that salva/salsa sound similar
Complete thread -- yes, 2 drops, see quote.
Complete thread -- atropine 1% solution 2 gtt (not caps) means drops
Complete thread -- gtt.: Abbreviation meaning drops (from the Latin "guttae", drops)
Complete thread -- I'd say it's nothing.
Complete thread -- Hospice pt., atropine 1% solution (s/l) to (or 2) DDT (or GGT) sublingual q.4 h.
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- earth to poster
Complete thread -- This is one of the silliest threads I think I have ever seen on this board and I have been
Complete thread -- No, I don't think the original poster had anything to do with the rants going on in here.
Complete thread -- Actually I have had great luck doing this over the past 16 years.
Complete thread -- complete lack of common sense. The patient was Valsalva and tachycardic
Complete thread -- could be a PA or ARNP, if he didnt specify "doctor" which is why we can't find it?
Complete thread -- complete lack of insight
Complete thread -- holding her finger over the hole so she can talk. sounds right.
Complete thread -- The patient underwent a mandibulotomy, resection of left tonsillar fos ...
Complete thread -- that says it all
Complete thread -- I yield to the pressure dressing answer.
Complete thread -- me too... this has gotten out of hand. I went lunch, came back, and
Complete thread -- like, who even cares any more.
Complete thread -- I even went as far as Petrenko. nothing.
Complete thread -- after a cath, they use sandbags lots of times to keep pressure on it.
Complete thread -- thanks ...
Complete thread -- probably INR. I dont know what I&R is..
Complete thread -- Agree
Complete thread -- boy you are just plain embarrasing "peri salsa" tell us what it ends up to be
Complete thread -- sorry.. a pressure-like sensation over the site. my opinion.
Complete thread -- I think he means he feels a
Complete thread -- patient has to go to hospital because of pleural effusion
Complete thread -- Thanks, I've tried all the vowels too, Pachinko, Pechinko, etc. I have no idea who she
Complete thread -- ...though just occurred to me he might mean pressure dressing? Agree?
Complete thread -- Right upper extremity, radial artery site, with a *pressure* over site of access for
Complete thread -- could be PE-something. i tried every which way in Jersey & Pa - nada
Complete thread -- would you know her specialty if there is one? might help narrow it a bit.
Complete thread -- if the bark fits, you can keep on and on. This has crossed over into absolute silliness
Complete thread -- Does anyone know how you would spell the last name, "Pachingko"? Doc wants this PFT
Complete thread -- I am a dog?
Complete thread -- sorry all this happened. I agree wholeheartedly. I regret we could not have
Complete thread -- Read her sentence. How does Valsalva ever fit there? IN her sentence. and what
Complete thread -- sorry to the OP, but the sound file might have helped the thread.
Complete thread -- Speak for yourself Miss Bossy Bottoms. YOU were the one frustrated and kept
Complete thread -- no mountain
Complete thread -- I find it totally unbelievable that you feel you can blame all this behavior on me. sm
Complete thread -- yeah, cause PERI and VAL really sound alike.
Complete thread -- LOL. Priceless. Now, that's the way to bow gracefully out.
Complete thread -- The sentence before is the neck exam. The sentence after is the lung exam. - OP
Complete thread -- "increases with valsalva" Google it in quotes
Complete thread -- I have encountered many like you. Making mountains out of molehills. She was in
Complete thread -- Yep, it's mannitol inhalation (Aridol)
Complete thread -- the original post bore no information whatsoever
Complete thread -- That's okay. I understand. I had a cardiologist from another country argue that his
Complete thread -- I found something called Aridol. I'll check into that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Dictating report called "broncho (I guess means bronchial) challenge with s/l "aero
Complete thread -- now that is a hoot - maybe my cardiologists are smarter than yours?
Complete thread -- Any cardiologists on the board? You need to open your mind a little.
Complete thread -- That's essentially what I said, it is *not* subjective and belongs
Complete thread -- and we still await the sentences before and after
Complete thread -- my specialty is cardiology too- and i have NEVER had them do that
Complete thread -- I'm really, really not
Complete thread -- You're smoking. Tachycardia is OBJECTIVE. The highlight of my day is
Complete thread -- Yes, you did already have quite a bit of info before you posted.
Complete thread -- Of course it makes no sense, so all of this was moot in the first place. Geeze
Complete thread -- What are you smoking? I'll have some. LOL. Tachycardia is not subjective
Complete thread -- talk about clueless
Complete thread -- No, you're the resistant pesterer. How is hearing the Neck is supple and the
Complete thread -- because having a Valsalva maneuver has no place in the physical examination
Complete thread -- patient is also // peri-salsa
Complete thread -- unbelievable
Complete thread -- Why wouldn't it be? Boy, you guys are on a roll today.
Complete thread -- No problem.
Complete thread -- You're being a PIA. it is a physical sheesh.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That unfortunately is not it. I think he may be misspeaking something. He is sm
Complete thread -- why would that be in the Physical Examination? seriously??
Complete thread -- I am trying to help you.
Complete thread -- too funny
Complete thread -- maybe ? Valsalva is in there somewhere sm
Complete thread -- this is obviously FROM the PE. what normally comes B4 / after. Lungs and abdomen
Complete thread -- The sentence before is the neck exam. The sentence after is the lung exam.
Complete thread -- no problem
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Never mind, never mind, I'm sure he's saying "COMBINED PATTERN" Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- obstructive and restrictive, combined.
Complete thread -- combined
Complete thread -- I meant, I think you gave plenty of info. It is just a tough one, that's all.
Complete thread -- no, that Peri Mason. He's from NY, I think.
Complete thread -- maybe "on pressors and tachycardic?" PS: I think you have plenty of info
Complete thread -- which do you think?
Complete thread -- ?wearing salsa?
Complete thread -- At first I thought I heard "a good volume pattern is present." Now hear maybe a
Complete thread -- Something about pressors?
Complete thread -- how about the sentence BEFORE and AFTER
Complete thread -- Like I said he did not mention that. He says she had no events overnight, what she ate sm
Complete thread -- I'll take Maks.
Complete thread -- a sound file probably could have helped on your word.
Complete thread -- sorry, but...
Complete thread -- joke. old commercial on TV for salsa, about it being a "fancy" from NYC.
Complete thread -- I'd like to see my hotsie Derek do a little salsa on DWTS.
Complete thread -- New York City????!!!!
Complete thread -- I do know what more info means. This is an inpatient hospital progress note and as sm
Complete thread -- peristalsis...?? but you can't salsa to that.
Complete thread -- what is the diagnosis, why is the patient there? must be more
Complete thread -- that salsa from New York City.
Complete thread -- then peri-salsa must be right
Complete thread -- (it's like an epidemic)
Complete thread -- please see post above
Complete thread -- what more info means
Complete thread -- ha...thanks. she is. ...
Complete thread -- that is the full cardiovascular exam. Anything around it is just the exam of the other sm
Complete thread -- can we have more info?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- calor -- calor /ca·lor/ (kal´er) [L.] heat; one of the cardinal signs of inflammation. cal
Complete thread -- Left forearm continues to have some edema with some s/l cow-ler and tenderness to
Complete thread -- Read her message !
Complete thread -- CARDIOVASCULAR: The patient was s/l peri-salsa and tachycardic.
Complete thread -- maybe merely saying, she seems to "take" a course of antibiotic and then
Complete thread -- I'd think it was 'seems to take a course of antibiotic (ck your sp)
Complete thread -- maybe, not dictated. In final dx maybe? "and the right "that are" open.?
Complete thread -- non-stop coughing and taking antibiotc
Complete thread -- FDA) approval- Binosto(alendronate sodium)Effervescent Tablets osteoporosis
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- bupivacaine?
Complete thread -- injected with 0.5 cc of *bovuvacaine*, 0.5 cc of lidocaine, and 20 mg of Depo-Medrol.
Complete thread -- it fits. he caused them.
Complete thread -- These areas which were *iatrogenic* by myself were also clipped w/ cessation of....
Complete thread -- in answer to your query
Complete thread -- lol...i'd be in tears by now
Complete thread -- you're welcome :)
Complete thread -- I was trying to make up line count today. Had 13 of her reports. Obviously did
Complete thread -- I took the and out once I got forearm out of my head! Thanks
Complete thread -- her voice is not one i'd like to transcribe all day.
Complete thread -- nope, and i dont hear an "and" in there
Complete thread -- On about my 31st listen, I heard it! Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think I hear this one better. Thanks to you and above helper as well!
Complete thread -- Wow. You do not hear forearm at all?
Complete thread -- to perform passive stretches is what i'm hearing.
Complete thread -- I heard final as well.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. Same lady, different report. starts at 2nd paragraph
Complete thread -- or dorzolamide?
Complete thread -- brinzolamide?
Complete thread -- i heard "final"
Complete thread -- *brin-jo-lamide* 1% ophthalmic solution 1 drop both eyes 3 times a day.
Complete thread -- MPJ: metatarsophalangeal joint
Complete thread -- He only says aspirin 81 a day. Final evaluation in 1 week.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'm hearing either "final" or "follow-up." Also not hearing 81 mg, just 81 a day.
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after differential. JMO. Can't get the blank though.
Complete thread -- no. you cannot substitute degree for percent of blockage.
Complete thread -- another wav please, thank you very much
Complete thread -- But that spelling is not wrong.
Complete thread -- anemia is right, thanks!
Complete thread -- relistened again, "might" be anemia, I would look at lab/hx
Complete thread -- saw your post below about Stedman's.
Complete thread -- but a couple of my Stedman's show it as one word, so what are we to do?? lol
Complete thread -- hmm, didn't hear pneumonia, seems to me, starts with an "m" wait for others to hear too
Complete thread -- anemia
Complete thread -- maybe s/l MPJ is actually MTJ metatarsal joint??
Complete thread -- do usually do hear %, but maybe is this particular dictator"word" i.e, it is clo
Complete thread -- Pneumonia? Really wild guess
Complete thread -- please help with posted wav
Complete thread -- yep, there are nutrient arteries (or did you have that one ok) link
Complete thread -- Ah, could be referring to that. Thanks for your suggestion!
Complete thread -- second one is arcuate artery
Complete thread -- spread the *cab* and a sizer was taken from the Wright
Complete thread -- involve the *nutrient artery or the awkward* artery.
Complete thread -- WAG sacral spine?
Complete thread -- freed as well making *it clear to see the* first MPJ
Complete thread -- Unable to do LP given paraspinal abscess & risk of transmitting infection into *SS.*
Complete thread -- ? 360-degree blockage
Complete thread -- i saw that, but since its now known as Sichuan, thats preferable.
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
Complete thread -- Argatroban?
Complete thread -- Pradaxa® capsules (dabigatran etexilate).
Complete thread -- further?
Complete thread -- not only food. is known by other spellings of Szechwan or Szechuan
Complete thread -- Anticoag drug s/l eye gatch u band
Complete thread -- (giggle)
Complete thread -- Sichuan (help¡¤info) (Chinese: ËÄ´¨, known formerly in the West by its postal map spellings o
Complete thread -- oops, thats food - and i'm hungry
Complete thread -- Szechuan
Complete thread -- Szechuan?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- Sichuan
Complete thread -- xxxxx was born in China, in s/l "cheswhon" province.
Complete thread -- Just a guess, but could it be "first follow-up visit."?
Complete thread -- thanks both for your help.
Complete thread -- must be referring to 3 spots within the LAD but degree?? No clue on that one.
Complete thread -- *forced* followup visits
Complete thread -- never have heard of blockage in 'degree'. it is usually percent or total or partial,
Complete thread -- Maybe that's it if he's stumbling. Thanks for the suggestion. Blanking and sending on.
Complete thread -- heart cath question. sm
Complete thread -- That is it! Oh my. You are good.
Complete thread -- I would think "up until recently"
Complete thread -- combo metoprolol and digoxin s/l exertin TIA
Complete thread -- with significant tightness of the external rotation is what I hear
Complete thread -- program. (I hear period there) (most?) significant use of the external rotation with
Complete thread -- I think she has a speech impediment. Wonder if it is not loses? or moves?
Complete thread -- WAV file added - Note I changed to a WAV file from MP3 file.
Complete thread -- will check that out and relisten, thanks
Complete thread -- I will fix it.
Complete thread -- Interstim Stimulation for Overactive Bladder and Urgency-Frequency Syndrome
Complete thread -- I hate dictators like that. I wish the wav was a tad longer. starts too close
Complete thread -- see below for more context
Complete thread -- the s/l here is anastem in both sentences.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, Tess! And thanks to everyone who tried.
Complete thread -- a STIM placement? But not enough context.
Complete thread -- We will plan for anastem placement but first the patient will need to
Complete thread -- oh good. Yep. and that eye had a previous. I might delete that period and continue
Complete thread -- Oh, that is so it! I knew I heard I in there.. brilliant Tess.
Complete thread -- "and that eye had a previous..."
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. Not sure of this sentence.
Complete thread -- what's the whole sentence
Complete thread -- Thanks. Patient is a she though, and I can't hear that at all.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but why is the doctor telling me what HE had? The rest of the
Complete thread -- urinary urgency and frequency.... s/l anistem placement procedure.
Complete thread -- recently. And then he had a previous retinal dialysis with
Complete thread -- Then I had a previous retinal dialysis with
Complete thread -- That blank is not the patient's name. He's saying something I can't figure out. wav up.
Complete thread -- Sextant
Complete thread -- someone has posted over it. Mine's back up.
Complete thread -- don't understand the post
Complete thread -- you need to give more of a running start to the sentence
Complete thread -- ops sorry. Thanks Tess
Complete thread -- don't hear your wav
Complete thread -- This is a WAV not mp3... and I hear "and pelvic pain syndrome."
Complete thread -- Dorland's has it correctly. purse-string. Stedman's goes with the 'popular trend' in
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- purse-string has always been hyphenated (Dorland's)
Complete thread -- X returned today following cataract surgery recently. ____ had a previous retinal
Complete thread -- A *sexton* was then used to place the screw rod into the screw heads. ...
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. She is somewhat new to me. I do not think she will be that tough
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh! Thanks so much. You can hear it once you see it with her.
Complete thread -- retrograde foot edema
Complete thread -- scar tissue along...?
Complete thread -- ATP (Antitachycardia Pacing)
Complete thread -- cardiac
Complete thread -- I wondered if that was it. Does the rest seem correct?
Complete thread -- retrograde
Complete thread -- Thank you, both. I'll listen again.
Complete thread -- transplant or explant?
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- transplant?
Complete thread -- Patient with brachial plexus root avulsion as a result of
Complete thread -- please give the entire list as dictated
Complete thread -- Is this what this industry has become? I'm about to leave the job where I am
Complete thread -- my two cents
Complete thread -- Sorry about the pay situation, but never guess on someones permanent medical record
Complete thread -- I hear "off insulin"
Complete thread -- yeah, because more than likely QA will just send it on with the
Complete thread -- instead of Gildee compression could it be partial decompression?
Complete thread -- Gill decompression
Complete thread -- That sux. That is just WRONG. So what happens if you just put what he says and it
Complete thread -- I would flag it - 1) I always flag anything unclear about meds, 2) I would want to know
Complete thread -- flag it
Complete thread -- If I send it to QA then I make less money on report, like half of my reg
Complete thread -- consider T8-9 (said out loud, the 8 tends to disappear)
Complete thread -- in laminectomy: The proximal aspect of the L4 nerve root was decompressed out in a
Complete thread -- in laminectomy: The proximal aspect of the L4 nerve root was decompressed out in a
Complete thread -- what would you do? flag or type as he says it?
Complete thread -- Would you just type what he says or flag it?? not sure what to
Complete thread -- Sorry I don't know of any h.p. abbreviation in medication dosages, sorry
Complete thread -- and he clearly says it
Complete thread -- like this one..sm
Complete thread -- I am not sure what he is doing. You would think it he wants a period for p then
Complete thread -- anconeus
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!
Complete thread -- tried to take the incisions posterior to the sl*in-cu-nee-us*.
Complete thread -- are you sure he is not saying "h" for hour and then "p" is really the word period?
Complete thread -- junctura tendinae
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Tylenol 650 mg q.6 s/l p. not sure what the p stands for....sm
Complete thread -- In my 37 years of transcribing it has always been one word, never hyphenated.
Complete thread -- Lunderquist wire
Complete thread -- we were just told to do purse-string suture like that, hyphenated, but my s.m.
Complete thread -- s/l London Chris wire
Complete thread -- s/l lymphadoid is likely chronic "lymphoid" leukemia; best to go as dictated sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- OMG how stupid am I!!
Complete thread -- WAG "at their discretion?"
Complete thread -- varus correction?
Complete thread -- He was placed into a club foot cast with *various gretchen*. Bilateral
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? H&H were stable.
Complete thread -- packed red blood cells, _____stable.
Complete thread -- You guys are absolutely the best! Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- third s/o intramedullary zone?
Complete thread -- 1st sounds okay, 2nd retrolisthesis, 3rd ??
Complete thread -- Second s/l might be retrolisthesis
Complete thread -- Only thing I can think of is a boot to prevent eschar?
Complete thread -- Could somebody please take a look at my 3 s/l and tell me if I'm even close.
Complete thread -- Oh boy, sorry.
Complete thread -- Patient is using Oscar Boot?
Complete thread -- floating presenting part
Complete thread -- approximately 1 cm, 50% effaced with *flooding presenting part* previously.
Complete thread -- sounds fine
Complete thread -- Pathology is benign, showing a *follicular* cyst.
Complete thread -- security?
Complete thread -- She was brought by ____ to North Shore University Hospital
Complete thread -- That's what I thought too. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Could he be slurring suprarenal? Would that even fit?
Complete thread -- Saying T9? Or just saying 9-10 backwards, lol? Usually with
Complete thread -- Can you slow him down a wee bit and give us some context?
Complete thread -- s/l ten nine intervertebral space...does that make sense? TIA!
Complete thread -- Well, using a dictionary and looking up the word "deformed", I think it
Complete thread -- please help with posted mp3
Complete thread -- orthospine
Complete thread -- QA just sent the correction: it should've been "are" (as was dictated) thanks
Complete thread -- word help, please sm
Complete thread -- Yes, according to the trademark link above (which you can use yourself next time
Complete thread -- Is is this formatted right? FiberLoop suture. (not in my old stedman!)
Complete thread -- perforation
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm (same guy, same procedure)
Complete thread -- I would go with what was dictated. Doctor might be counting it as 2 things.
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm
Complete thread -- autologous? (graft)
Complete thread -- autogous??
Complete thread -- Harvest of autogous fascia lata, left lower extremity. (phthisis bulbi of eye)tx
Complete thread -- LOL, I see it was answered correctly above. Maybe I'll read from the top down next time!
Complete thread -- Just for the record (much too late to help the OP), the word would be "austere".
Complete thread -- thanks for confirmation
Complete thread -- defect "is" present
Complete thread -- should it be "is" or "are"?
Complete thread -- Vest--Vest Airway Clearance System.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- haeoad
Complete thread -- TY for the help below.
Complete thread -- see msg please. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Silly doc: "He drives himself. He cooks himself. He is very functional."
Complete thread -- chronic lymphocytic leukemia, my choice.
Complete thread -- APRN says the patient has chronic "lymphasoid" leukemia.
Complete thread -- milli-International Units.
Complete thread -- I'd verify w/ account(s). If you expand IU as many require (BoS, etc), then you should
Complete thread -- that's an entirely different animal from what she asked about.
Complete thread -- If you go by BOS, then you spell out IU to internation units.
Complete thread -- P.S. I just did find it in Stedman's Abbreviations -- it's mIU there also.
Complete thread -- link inside has it as mIU. I couldn't find it in Stedman's so I'd use
Complete thread -- mU = milliunits
Complete thread -- when they percussion for "dullness" this is like looking for abnormal heart sounds
Complete thread -- How do I transcribe "milli IUs" as in "pitocin at that poi ...
Complete thread -- LSK = liver, spleen, kidney. And, lifts commonly heard
Complete thread -- ? liver, spleen, kidney ??
Complete thread -- have heard dullness to percussion for lung exam, but never had 'dullness' in a cardiac
Complete thread -- Lift or heaves- these are forceful cardiac contractions that cause a slight to vigorous mo
Complete thread -- What about external dullness? Also, no LSK? in abd. exam
Complete thread -- I have heard "lifts" in physical exam
Complete thread -- In physical exam.
Complete thread -- I have heard omeprazole butchered all sort of ways, but this one takes the cake
Complete thread -- glad you got it!
Complete thread -- good deal
Complete thread -- I'd probably accidentally type a bad word if I ever heard SHEENT, lol.
Complete thread -- Got it - Zocor. Thanks
Complete thread -- If I can't find it, I will blank it, as I always do. But I look for it first
Complete thread -- It was Maalox, risperidone. Thanks
Complete thread -- sound file please? too much to guess on a med...easier to "blank" it.
Complete thread -- but, when it comes to a med, never guess. a .wav sound file would be great.
Complete thread -- s/l "Super" 40 mg p.o. bedtime.
Complete thread -- glad i could help
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks
Complete thread -- enoxaparin sodium? i'm still looking..
Complete thread -- nothing rings a bell...enoxaparin 40 mg - 20 mg? maybe?
Complete thread -- ACS - acute coronary syndrome?
Complete thread -- Chest pain, no evidence of s/l "A see es."
Complete thread -- s/l "melox peris pedidawn" 4 mg bedtime and 2 mg morning.
Complete thread -- never heard it, but i'd opt for wind down... (or winding down) even tho it isn't dictated
Complete thread -- wind down or wind-down??
Complete thread -- contacting (touched) and deviating (causing it to deviate from it's course)and
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- right...immunodiffusion... and complEment.
Complete thread -- immunodiffusion sm
Complete thread -- complement (not compl'i'ment) - and your question is not clear?
Complete thread -- contacting and deviating the exiting ...nerve root?
Complete thread -- The patient’s cocci titer by _______ s/l immunodeficient was positive but by
Complete thread -- does this seem right? thanks "contacting and deviating of transiting"
Complete thread -- Wow, you're awesome. I would never have gotten that. Muchas gracias!
Complete thread -- ? DHE-45 for migraines
Complete thread -- Not much to go on. Allergy list: Sulfa, Imitrex, Reglan, Benadryl, *THC/45.*
Complete thread -- Prevotella denticola
Complete thread -- glad to help! sound file always makes a difference
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!!
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- somewhat austere
Complete thread -- bug name. Patient has UTI with s/l olatella lanticola and E coli.
Complete thread -- I forgot to mention it is MP3 not wav
Complete thread -- sorry - check MP3
Complete thread -- thanks. let me see if i can see it on google.
Complete thread -- i think you recorded a different part. i dont hear "affect" here at all.
Complete thread -- See sound file (as per below) s/l "off sphere"?
Complete thread -- I ended up using a free program I already have installed called Audacity (FYI for future)
Complete thread -- can't help ya there, i can't figure it out either LOL
Complete thread -- there are some references to "sphere of affect" in psychiatry, so might fit? see link
Complete thread -- thanks! I listened for that, but unfortunately cannot hear. Great thought though.
Complete thread -- what do you use to shorten the sound file?
Complete thread -- I would love to - I'll see if I can figure it out.
Complete thread -- somewhat obscure? never heard but only thing that resembles s/l
Complete thread -- can you post the sound file?
Complete thread -- usually blunted, full range, but, off sphere? hmm....not really.
Complete thread -- tia
Complete thread -- I run into SHEENT a lot; skin, head, eyes, ears, nose, throat.
Complete thread -- I agree...
Complete thread -- Thanks to you all. I hear saw-tooth clearly now.
Complete thread -- i find sawtooth-like lamellar configuration on google
Complete thread -- I'd agree with saw-tooth configuration.
Complete thread -- saber tooth? Saw tooth?
Complete thread -- Two headings place together like that seems odd to me.
Complete thread -- s/l sellatooth
Complete thread -- its whats for supper
Complete thread -- Goodness, I'm so tired, I thought you said kielbasa.
Complete thread -- Thanks! It is cell.
Complete thread -- cells
Complete thread -- thx very much
Complete thread -- Klebsiella
Complete thread -- s/l...club c-el-a...sm
Complete thread -- i hope its a baby if its fontanelle.
Complete thread -- s/l sal
Complete thread -- fontanelle normal
Complete thread -- YES! Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- You told us 7 times cause you couldn't remember the other 6???
Complete thread -- Entirely?
Complete thread -- PE
Complete thread -- holy cow! what the heck happened there?
Complete thread -- and with this job, my recent and remote went right out the window.
Complete thread -- and with this job, my recent and remote went right out the window.
Complete thread -- and with this job, my recent and remote went right out the window.
Complete thread -- and with this job, my recent and remote went right out the window.
Complete thread -- and with this job, my recent and remote went right out the window.
Complete thread -- and with this job, my recent and remote went right out the window.
Complete thread -- and with this job, my recent and remote went right out the window.
Complete thread -- maybe (guess) means by removing the bullae that occupy space
Complete thread -- no. he didn't say marrying
Complete thread -- Thank u. ...
Complete thread -- usually hear "memory recent and remote" sm
Complete thread -- His recent and remote memory was intac
Complete thread -- exam
Complete thread -- I felt the rest of the dictation might not be reliable
Complete thread -- ST or T waves visualized
Complete thread -- NM, short note and sending in now. Will flag.
Complete thread -- thanks... wasn't sure if it could be something else
Complete thread -- two-second capillary refill bilateral lower...
Complete thread -- Had removal of emphysematous bullae to *decrease the lung space.* Please
Complete thread -- maybe 2-second capillary refill?
Complete thread -- Thanks :) ...
Complete thread -- length
Complete thread -- leg length
Complete thread -- lend more weight to
Complete thread -- (NAME)'s leg length/lengths discrepancy? I recommend to continu ...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Extremities: Warm. *juice* second capillary
Complete thread -- his wife?
Complete thread -- that should be Imiquimod
Complete thread -- Imiquimod 5% cream reduced lesion size in vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia.
Complete thread -- miquimod 5% cream reduced lesion size in vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia.
Complete thread -- makes sense. very muffled sound with papers flipping...
Complete thread -- His wife _____ more weight but I can't get the 2nd one.
Complete thread -- well. HIs slight concession(s) lent weight to his credibility.
Complete thread -- thanks for the try!! I don't quite hear it, but wonder if that's what he meant. Will flag.
Complete thread -- I do believe he testified extremely well. His ______ concessions ______ weight to h
Complete thread -- Behcet? wild stab here...
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- studying at the PI for a doctorate in concert performance?
Complete thread -- nothing comes up in my peabrain that sounds like that word. sorry
Complete thread -- indocin?
Complete thread -- thanks for the tries
Complete thread -- entertainer performance? in Music?? wild guess
Complete thread -- wild guess - Googled Peabody Institute adn came up with -
Complete thread -- s/l..en-tan-er performance...sm
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- you have certainly been a big help. Thanks for info. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Yes, like in dependent edema.
Complete thread -- ? T inversion
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks. Sounded odd to me.
Complete thread -- on PE with CRANIAL NERVES
Complete thread -- Wav file added.
Complete thread -- keeps it in a down position as opposed to elevating it.
Complete thread -- Does keep it dependent make sense?
Complete thread -- s/l...a-nick-cra-mod...sm
Complete thread -- Do it exactly like this: "ventriculoperitoneal shunt" str...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I got blah blah.. sort of a blur.
Complete thread -- or "his other son" (not sure)
Complete thread -- Another son lives in Wisconsin?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thx very much. I searched with *ventriculoperitoneal shunt stradivel* and got nothing!
Complete thread -- thanks, tried to hear all of that, but he said "marrying" and speech
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I should have known. ...
Complete thread -- pure guess s/l sue-shure may be "suture" sm
Complete thread -- ELEVATION?
Complete thread -- suture
Complete thread -- Thank you. Sending report on now.
Complete thread -- s/l "sue'-shure" granulomata.
Complete thread -- I don't know why she would have to "flag all of it". most of it is okay.
Complete thread -- Probably more an account preference issue. And if we use the : as header, usually
Complete thread -- I usually use headings HEENT: CARDIOVASCULAR: RESPIRATORY:
Complete thread -- Question about PE
Complete thread -- would agree with balance
Complete thread -- p.s.
Complete thread -- PT for s/l valve safety TIA!
Complete thread -- Strata valve
Complete thread -- sent the report, but it was clear as a bell, just as I typed (not ESL)
Complete thread -- CHADS, PT/INR, and anticoagulation
Complete thread -- Normal pressure hydrocephalus. Pt had a right ventriculoperitoneal shunt
Complete thread -- I meant to respond to OP
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- arthroscopies?
Complete thread -- Help please? Thanks!
Complete thread -- Jan 6, 2012 – The ATRIA study supports the benefits of warfarin therapy in patients with a
Complete thread -- Calculate CHADS2 Score for Atrial Fibrillation Stroke Risk | QxMD ...
Complete thread -- you don't know everything either. See how the use CHADS2 for
Complete thread -- That is so clear now! Thanks
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- evelopers of the CHADS model recommend strongly considering therapy with Coumadin for anyb
Complete thread -- CHADS2 score is a clinical prediction rule for estimating the risk of stroke in ... score
Complete thread -- when flipping through the daily reports.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- CHADS criteria is a tool used to assess stroke risk
Complete thread -- flag it. All of it.
Complete thread -- PT/INR determines dosing. sm
Complete thread -- rehab note
Complete thread -- of course it fits, it is also how they determine Coumadin dosing.
Complete thread -- found it - Prelude - ty
Complete thread -- We created an Air-Stirrup for him out of S/L "prealude"
Complete thread -- CHADS2 Score for Determining Stroke Risk (doesn't fit? 2-3)??
Complete thread -- oops, missed one drug when copy/pasted - glimepiride(Amaryl)
Complete thread -- Coumadin with CHADS (score) 2 to 3. angiotensin-converting enzyme ACE for BP?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- consider glimepiride
Complete thread -- since dictator not sure, I'd flag it (your behind) a lot of "G" diabetic meds sm
Complete thread -- 1st is breakthrough / 2nd could be PTSD
Complete thread -- flag it. all of it.
Complete thread -- . No ______ symptoms noted. ______ symptoms are minimal
Complete thread -- 7. Angiotensin?
Complete thread -- ? Donald Pallone
Complete thread -- RECOMMENDATIONS:
Complete thread -- Don Pallone. Ty
Complete thread -- no. it's not clearly marrying.
Complete thread -- S/l Dawn (or Don) Puh-lune CRNP in Pennsylvania. Ty!
Complete thread -- you should really flag this
Complete thread -- No. Would suggest "brisk upstrokes" for "fist cuffs"
Complete thread -- not all doctors pronounce things clearly, I'm sure it's Kaposi
Complete thread -- they sound pretty similar, yes?
Complete thread -- question please
Complete thread -- s/l capchi sarcoma. can't hear Kaposi. sm for more
Complete thread -- It means as an MT you take 2 seconds to look up that word. So we learn and
Complete thread -- I can certainly give the OP an opinion. First off, you have no description
Complete thread -- scybalous= pebble-like, hard stools in a majority of stools
Complete thread -- brain cell you first! that is why! can't hear it, so not advise putting abnormalities
Complete thread -- Thank you guys!
Complete thread -- Could be "narrowing" (=thin. sign of colon cancer)
Complete thread -- glad you got "it"
Complete thread -- agree!
Complete thread -- yep, he is saying INTRAmammary
Complete thread -- so there must be wording "fist cuffs" in exam. Thank u for yo ...
Complete thread -- That is fine. There is clear evidence to support intramammary even more than
Complete thread -- WAV posted regarding 2nd post down on 'intramammary chain.'
Complete thread -- Google the actual phrase with quotes. You know what U get???? INTRA
Complete thread -- I was referring to 'intramammary' in conjunction with 'chain.' He clearly says
Complete thread -- infra brings up 983,000 hits/intra brings up 212.
Complete thread -- You don't know because you can't hear it. Use a brain cell.
Complete thread -- I would not put that!! too many syllables, 8-abnormalities, advised 2
Complete thread -- mbe bursal excision then, the adj form?
Complete thread -- it's just so annoying, how hard is it for them to say mg, etc. tired of lazy s.m.
Complete thread -- intramammary
Complete thread -- maybe can post a wav (or flag) to be sure if internal/infra/intra sm
Complete thread -- I believe it's bursa. :) Ty
Complete thread -- Patient status post left knee plica and s/l broosha excision. Any ideas? Ty!
Complete thread -- inframammary NOT INTRA
Complete thread -- Advised is more likely than not abnormalities. 'no acute ST-T abnormalities.'
Complete thread -- I found many articles on intramammary nodes, which would be okay IMHO
Complete thread -- sign: read again - acute" ST-T s/l "advised."
Complete thread -- oops, my error, "meant" EKG of course, was thinking of the next sentence
Complete thread -- No, I would not a add; get ya in trouble eventually.
Complete thread -- tage migration after biopsy of internal mammary chain lymph ...
Complete thread -- ST-T is not seen on x-ray!!! This is an EKG. and she is not hearing "advised"0
Complete thread -- Dr. pronounces 'intramammary' I can only find 'internal mammary' chain. Should I edit
Complete thread -- didn't this get covered yesterday? acute yes ST-T (wave/segment) abnormalities.
Complete thread -- no acute ST-T (as seen on the x-ray) Advised chest x-ray, pending.
Complete thread -- Thank you! nm
Complete thread -- Thank you. She is one tough dr. to transcribe. ...
Complete thread -- scybalous. 0.01 sec. scyb·a·lous (s b -l s). adj. Of, relating to, or characterized by a s
Complete thread -- or something like along the left sternal border,
Complete thread -- EKG
Complete thread -- He has been having a new issue with constipation in the last weeks. He reports
Complete thread -- there has to be something after heard best (or even before) something costal margin?
Complete thread -- i never add since i'm we are strictly verbatim where i work.
Complete thread -- Normal first and second heart sounds (S1 and S2). a grade 2/6 to 3/6 type of
Complete thread -- normal 1st and 2nd sounds? a grade 2/6 to 3/6 ...murmur heard best
Complete thread -- never ever add anything even something you are 'positive' about w/o your
Complete thread -- that is it...thx so much
Complete thread -- I don't because on our account we are told not to. But I would
Complete thread -- Zarah?
Complete thread -- on physical exam
Complete thread -- If you have a doc who doesn't dictate mg or mcg, etc, do you fill in if you know s.m.
Complete thread --