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Complete thread -- Thank you..it is wrong on our stain list from histology.
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Complete thread -- atony
Complete thread -- beta interferon
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you. When I looked at an anatomy that was all I could come up with sm
Complete thread -- oh, good. because I was going to say I couldn't hear what you were hearing. :)
Complete thread -- hmm, wonder if extensor tenaculum is extensor retinaculum??
Complete thread -- Now I hear "tib anterior." (tibialis anterior)
Complete thread -- "tib anterior" for tibialis anterior?
Complete thread -- EDL, EHL, FHL . . .
Complete thread -- think I'm hearing "anterior" something. would have to be like "in
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- WAv is still there
Complete thread -- Yes. I have tried everything.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- didn't get a chance to hear it. still need help on it?
Complete thread -- Posted a WAV on this.
Complete thread -- temporal arteritis
Complete thread -- adventitial vasa vasorum.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Motor is 5/5 bilaterally in the psoas, quadriceps, hamstrings, s/l two-can-tary,
Complete thread -- Found it. Florastor.
Complete thread -- Probiotics with s/l floresta and yogurt (says it twice).
Complete thread -- flexor retinaculum?
Complete thread -- word help - sm ortho surgery.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- OP has it right at Ber-EP4
Complete thread -- BerEP4 = BerEp4
Complete thread -- PVC mapping was found to be again s/l "earlier at the epicardial at the coronary sinu
Complete thread -- Thanks. I already flagged it.
Complete thread -- maybe a stutter... I see bottles showing dose of 1200 mg
Complete thread -- Omega-3 "61 200 mg daily"
Complete thread -- Thank you very much for the help. I do think he's misspeaking and saying DT because it's
Complete thread -- calretinin, D2-40
Complete thread -- It was s/l "cow written in negative" and DT-40 negative.
Complete thread -- I had a doctor that gives hours of life frequently up to at least 70+.
Complete thread -- yes, med on hold for INR correction but patient will continue it for DVT when INR correct
Complete thread -- Well, I'll flag both for doc to clarify. Stat and need to send in now.
Complete thread -- That is, you read as hold (for now) but continue (later)??
Complete thread -- But on next number, he says continue it for DVT prophylaxis. So you read that
Complete thread -- not contradiction really, doc shoulda said "hold for now" because
Complete thread -- okay thanks. found it capped on google
Complete thread -- Oops, hit enter too soon...here's the rest...
Complete thread -- Doc seems to be contradicting himself but I'm not sure what to flag exactly.
Complete thread -- that don't help cuz that means baby is 3 days but I still believe 8 to 9 hours not 89
Complete thread -- Thank you for helping me.
Complete thread -- DOB 9/27/10
Complete thread -- for her 4 doses of weekly Rituxan
Complete thread -- makes sense... serially used bigger size curettes, don't think micro pituitaries is capped
Complete thread -- 89 hours would be very unusual for doc to say (3+ days)
Complete thread -- MP3 help (he sort of trips over his own tongue and I'm not sure)
Complete thread -- microlaminectomy and discectomy procedure. ever heard of the following:
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Long day.
Complete thread -- do you have DOB of baby?
Complete thread -- Makes sense, but you need some commas or recast the sentence.
Complete thread -- would listen for 8 to 9 hours of life... my underswtanding bili is higher when first born
Complete thread -- No need to beat yourself up! Whoa!
Complete thread -- ESL help - does this make sense?
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that, thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No. Based on context I would say it is the location of the herniation,
Complete thread -- does this make sense
Complete thread -- I hear "FEV1 percentage on 2 liters versus prebronchodilator..."
Complete thread -- No problem. No need to be sorry!
Complete thread -- patient’s baseline FEV1 (___) on 2 liters versus pre
Complete thread -- dual-function probe?
Complete thread -- ty. I don't deserve that. I accidentally posted over someone's wav. Thanks tho.
Complete thread -- yes, randomized arm of the clinical trial
Complete thread -- OH NO! I see I posted over you! I'm SOOO sooo sorry! Please repost. please.
Complete thread -- Also check archives.
Complete thread -- I can't listen right now, but randomized arm does make sense.
Complete thread -- posted wav.
Complete thread -- Nope, but thanks.
Complete thread -- She will have followup as per the randomized s/l arm
Complete thread -- maybe saying 'Doppler ultrasound' very fast?
Complete thread -- Great! Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- baseline FEV1 (___) on 2 liters versus pre bronchodilator spirometry
Complete thread -- yes plano
Complete thread -- Ophthalmologist
Complete thread -- A s/l "del shon" probe was then used to identify the laser catheter
Complete thread -- "felt to be from the trauma itself"?
Complete thread -- stumbling on ... from the trauma itself?
Complete thread -- osteochondritic?
Complete thread -- yep, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l...con-drit-ic changes...ms
Complete thread -- with hematoma, _____ within the trauma itself.
Complete thread -- agree, starts saying hand resting.. then corrects to upper extremity resting on ...
Complete thread -- something about upper extremity resting on an arm table???
Complete thread -- WAG-vascular vessel?
Complete thread -- an attempt was made to find *escudera* vessel.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- room table _____on the hand table
Complete thread -- Absolutely, ty so much for helping me! :) I hear it perfectly now!
Complete thread -- september 10th in a car accident.
Complete thread -- ______________ in a car accident
Complete thread -- She didn't. That was obvious
Complete thread -- wav posted. I must be going deaf. Just not hearing. Please sm. TY so much
Complete thread -- pia?
Complete thread -- The *T O* was then bipolared and opened with an #11 blade
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Sounds plausible to me.
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- She is a *furloughed* tax examiner.
Complete thread -- protein-calorie malnutrition ?
Complete thread -- its a discharge diagnosis ...
Complete thread -- Please give full and exact sentence if you didn't already.
Complete thread -- Got it -- silk tag.
Complete thread -- malnutrition
Complete thread -- SPECIMEN: Ellipse of skin from right upper back w/ a single *sub* tag at 12 o'clock.
Complete thread -- esl - facelift
Complete thread -- yeah, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks. Hear it now.
Complete thread -- MTP metatarsophalangeal
Complete thread -- what would MPP stand for here? sm
Complete thread -- Benzodiazepines can be used for alcohol w/d
Complete thread -- oh crap, I do. thanks.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Wow that was quick...Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- We did trim lines to be able to....?
Complete thread -- oops sorry, not done ...
Complete thread -- altered sensorium
Complete thread -- altered sensorium
Complete thread -- near-syncopal event? (not sure what your question is really, so guessing here).
Complete thread -- certain word with syncope
Complete thread -- certain word with syncope
Complete thread -- within the nail?
Complete thread -- You have onchronic as one word is my point.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- s/l athenal? SM
Complete thread -- s/l aodiazotine regimen
Complete thread -- I thought I heard a Dr. s/l Mesco.
Complete thread -- appendectomy ____ repair?
Complete thread -- at one point, my QA corrected it to "acute on chronic" so that is what I go with.
Complete thread -- Ahhh, it IS a doc name though not the one mentoined!
Complete thread -- at the site of Dr. Krinkles repair?? LOL!
Complete thread -- left or last _____ repair?
Complete thread -- a troponin is a cardiac enzymes, so no and is necessary. cardiac enzymes,
Complete thread -- any mention in report about other surgeries?
Complete thread -- Got it! It's overall left ventricular ejection fraction ... global hyperkinesis. Thanks
Complete thread -- Cardiac enzymes, troponins are okay
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- I believe it's acute-on-chronic kidney disease?
Complete thread -- will need tracheostomy (sorry all I could get)
Complete thread -- On listening again, it could be ejection, not injection, he talks fast. Pls sm
Complete thread -- recurrence at the site of _____ repair.
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- thanks...I have never been good at punctuation
Complete thread -- My version... (and I'm sure it's not the only correct one)
Complete thread -- Often hear *hypokinesis* in cardio notes, but that would not be normal. ??
Complete thread -- Often hear *hypokinesis* in cardio notes, but that would not be normal. ??
Complete thread -- You got it! I searched for so many things... I wish that had popped up! Thnx!
Complete thread -- what would you change?
Complete thread -- Listen for "overall left ventricular ejection fraction"
Complete thread -- Yes, "a view" meaning an intent or looking to do that. I'd punctuate
Complete thread -- Does this sound right? please sm
Complete thread -- i hear pd3 ...
Complete thread -- s/l a view
Complete thread -- ha, nevermind....it's "stage 3" !!!
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- Actoplus (Actoplus Met)?
Complete thread -- "Acute onchronic kidney disease to ____ - Creatinine when discharg ...
Complete thread -- Try drugs.com phonetic search for suggestions.
Complete thread -- I think the helper below got it for you.
Complete thread -- pt on Augmentin with upset stomach cont her S/L Celsolade? 1500 mg
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- erysipelas?
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- urosepsis?
Complete thread -- 88-yr-old. Admitted to the hospital with s/l euroceptis
Complete thread -- oops, I meant AZO... it still sounds not quite right...
Complete thread -- Wonder if he is thinking of one of the AZO brand UTI medications, just
Complete thread -- sorry just got back.. thanks for all the help
Complete thread -- You obviously are the one with deep issues if you think this rises to a level
Complete thread -- Med List - .wav sent - "s/l exo-plus"
Complete thread -- Horrible dictator - stuttering and stammering his way through the note
Complete thread -- monoallelic tp53???
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- seeee Veronica, you said it best!! "Archie is a running joke around"
Complete thread -- mp3 help needed
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Li-Fraumeni syndrome
Complete thread -- NM flagged.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- signs of detachment _____ humeral ligament
Complete thread -- OK, if pointing out that some OPs don't come back and don't even provide
Complete thread -- mp3 help
Complete thread -- not familiar but may be saying frame based (a guesssss) link
Complete thread -- minimal. These areas were probed. No areas of any unstable tissue or s.m.
Complete thread -- some ____ fraying, but this was extremely minimal. There was _____ stab
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- biceps noted to be intact "within" the bicipital groove. maybe some form of s.m.
Complete thread -- See inside for more details. S/l *Frame leg* system
Complete thread -- go to drugs.com and type that into phonetic search
Complete thread -- best you start noticing how often in days past this is done, it is bullying sm
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- Thanks! I appreciate it! ...
Complete thread -- There was no evidence of _____tissue noted
Complete thread -- allergy to drug
Complete thread -- in drug list s/l air a nesp, ferrous sulfate, gabapentin
Complete thread -- is having issues with the ____ with the right
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- He's most likely just not saying Janumet correctly.
Complete thread -- Januvamet?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- You have got to get a life. No one is bullying anyone by saying this. You need
Complete thread -- I hear - as best as can be found nm
Complete thread -- thanks was hearing something like that, too
Complete thread -- FLAG it
Complete thread -- ahh come on, stop your bully stuff, tired of seeing you do this.
Complete thread -- agree, bet it IS desquamation(result of erythema, stasis dermatitis etc)
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- Diovan?
Complete thread -- don't have anything else here to go on other than allergy to
Complete thread -- s/l extractual is likely extra-axial sm
Complete thread -- "changes there, with erythema and s/l "de-scli-mation" occurring also over the lower legs
Complete thread -- s/l ? extractual ? s/m
Complete thread -- He does up in one sentence, but erythema really isn't swelling either. those are results
Complete thread -- s/l nerve may be Neer test? Guessing this is shoulder link on tests
Complete thread -- Helloooooooooooo ... Archie's galore today.
Complete thread -- Thank you...but he does say "swelling." ...
Complete thread -- The 18 mm base was then screwed on with the s/l Xdrive until tight? Plz see msg.
Complete thread -- Helllllooooooo?
Complete thread -- There is desquamation, but it isn't swelling; it's peeling.
Complete thread -- some vocab word used for swelling of the legs
Complete thread -- good
Complete thread -- I would like to be kissed goodbye.
Complete thread -- may be giving a classification( there are 6) -- Schatzker? link & sm
Complete thread -- They're lost in cyberspace, I reckon. Oh well. I would like to be sun-
Complete thread -- Ha. I wish we could help OP, but I guess we're stuck w/each other.
Complete thread -- good question, context??
Complete thread -- "shas-ker" #5 tibial plateau fracture
Complete thread -- Kist everyone.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Kist who?
Complete thread -- knock-knock? Help us help you!
Complete thread -- ESL. Pt. with pain and plasma cell leukemia on Bactrim and s/l Gweefum or Greefum.
Complete thread -- s/l The patient is just not following his low fat diet.
Complete thread -- I hear "patient just not following..."
Complete thread -- has just not been following? Not sure.
Complete thread -- antithrombin III not 3. btw.
Complete thread -- The only thing I can find is mitochondrial DNA mutation...so wag!
Complete thread -- posted wav, please help
Complete thread -- you have got to be kidding.
Complete thread -- what does it sound like? or are you going to post a sound file
Complete thread -- has to be ethnicity, thanks
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- no, listening again and sounding like the end may be dy instead of ty
Complete thread -- maybe ethnicity?
Complete thread -- s/l Caucasian adnisity
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- *mature* DNA mutation
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- I hear "per Myoview stress..."
Complete thread -- chest x-ray and ...
Complete thread -- I thought that too but worded funny.
Complete thread -- caught?
Complete thread -- It should be there now.
Complete thread -- On movement of the finger, the finger clicks and *cot*
Complete thread -- wav not there.
Complete thread -- There is no evidence of any significant ischemia noted _______ and there is no re
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening. I'm out of time, so I'll flag.
Complete thread -- It almost sounds like "classic" or "plastic," but I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- plus? not sure...
Complete thread -- does it resemble "Whisper Wire"? but I don't know about the 2.
Complete thread -- MP3 help. Patient with breast mass.
Complete thread -- angioplasty - s/l twisty 2 wire
Complete thread -- free audio editor on giveawayoftheday.com
Complete thread -- VR lol: Cruddy artery dissection.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Oxnard is in Ventura County, California or Hueneme (s/l why-nee-me)
Complete thread -- more information needed
Complete thread -- wag--some sort of hip therapy
Complete thread -- HA HA HA! Yep, I bet that is the real twin.
Complete thread -- big yawn. you are quite boring.
Complete thread -- here's your twin, LA1 & LA2 imposter.
Complete thread -- Chronic right neck pain, post cervical median nerve block this month w ...
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- :(
Complete thread -- BE RESPECTFUL. Always post context and full surrounding text.
Complete thread -- Name of a police department in Ventura s/l Oxetime
Complete thread -- Anybody who's fairly familiar with your writing style would know it wasn't you.
Complete thread -- My dear, you just wish you could be as cool as LA1. Nice try tho
Complete thread -- Liar, you are not LA1, but you are one sick little puppy.
Complete thread -- This is the real LA1 and this was my last post. LOL. Who is the imposter?
Complete thread -- No idea on the s/l, but should be a period after evening and then a new sentence "To"
Complete thread -- Yup, something wrong with this picture, sigh.
Complete thread -- better a written consent be "singed" than a verbal one?
Complete thread -- close, but not 100%. half a cigar for you, LA1 imposter.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Love the singed written consent.
Complete thread -- Great job, LA1. Should make it a semicolon or a period after CIN3, tho, and change
Complete thread -- I was just quite shocked that people actually get paid big bucks for what
Complete thread -- LA1
Complete thread -- LA1
Complete thread -- You're not the only one who has thought that we should get some remuneration
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- We are in the wrong line of work, you guys.
Complete thread -- I heard "ropanone" but couldn't find it anywhere
Complete thread -- wow, so many mistakes, so little time....
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- have to move on thanks anyway
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wav uploaded please listen to wav thanks
Complete thread -- i hear: ...tolerated the procedure well. Monsel's was placed...
Complete thread -- Monsel's solution.
Complete thread -- Thought so. Thank you. Will flag=) ...
Complete thread -- pure coagulation current, see link.
Complete thread -- will upload wav after poster below
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- I flippin' HATE speakerphone dictation.
Complete thread -- help pls
Complete thread -- He is reading something wrong somewhere. hydrochlorothiazide is 25, and like (12.5, 50, 7
Complete thread -- Doc says "hydrochlorothiazide 20 mg daily" when reading a med ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- then instilled ... with 1:100,000 epinephrine ... 40 watts.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- complications of the older operation.
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- We will see her this morning and again this afternoon for her every 8- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- completed 09/29/2009. (he just repeats 2009 twice) He continues
Complete thread -- see if it's "although it was 2009."
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- thanks so much. would have never found that one. ...
Complete thread -- Add another comma . . . before "but." Also add "the erythema" if allowed.
Complete thread -- Pfannenstiel incision
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- I am trying to find the correct spelling for Fannin steel incision. ...
Complete thread -- I'm guessing it's probably brachial and carotid pulse.
Complete thread -- s/l brach-u-lar carotid pulse.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You have been screened for pancreatic cancer as well and
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- Agree. AAMT BOS only shows 2, so I'd say that is the most common way.
Complete thread -- zonules
Complete thread -- mid-dilated position
Complete thread -- the nucleus did rotate with minimal laxity of s/l "azon-uals."
Complete thread -- pupil was in the mid s/l "dial up" position approximately 7 mm.
Complete thread -- That is the only thing I can find too. I am going to flag it. TY
Complete thread -- Could "phospho" be an attempt at "pseudo"?
Complete thread -- Possibly "phoso hypoparathyroidism" Not finding in Google.
Complete thread -- history of having "phospho" hypoparathyroidism... says twice. TIA
Complete thread -- I agree w/ Questyr. O2 sat of 69 IS low, but it is commensurate w/ PaO2 of 39, also quite
Complete thread -- "sigh" - not as informed as you think you are. A joke. Bone up
Complete thread -- Thanks, but it's not restenosis. I'm going to flag it.
Complete thread -- could be stumbling and said restenosis. Does not necessarily need to be sm
Complete thread -- I think you are correct. Thanks a million. jgb
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- see inside. My guess is block
Complete thread -- S/L clock surveillance. sm
Complete thread -- ya know what angie, many/most would not be able to help. sm
Complete thread -- NM, I found it. It's AICA-PICA.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I didn't think so. Any idea what could fit there that starts with "re"?
Complete thread -- Make that AICA-PICA or AICA/PICA complex
Complete thread -- wonder.. and a guessss if FFE is FFP? fresh frozen plasma sm
Complete thread -- not there, recent does not make any sense.
Complete thread -- ICA-PICA complex or ICA/PICA complex?
Complete thread -- Thanks, but the "re" in the beginning is very clear. It's what comes after it that's not.
Complete thread -- in-stent? (history of stent/s already in place?)
Complete thread -- Does "recent" make sense here? The vertebral catheter was then advanced under roadmap
Complete thread -- I did google several ways and looked through vitrectomy techniques sm
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now.
Complete thread -- (Could also s/l FFE ??)
Complete thread -- oops, last part inside my post above...if INR is not normalized. (Doc just corrected.)
Complete thread -- Patient can be given *SSE* on the day of surgery if INR is not therapeutic.
Complete thread -- I believe sulcus is correct. Sulcus-supported posterior chamber intraocular lens implant
Complete thread -- Though if the 2nd is oxygen saturation, it would be
Complete thread -- ah...thank you
Complete thread -- even better.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking the first "O2" is actually the PaO2 and the last
Complete thread -- ABG 7.28, CO2 45, O2 39, base excess -5, bicarb 22, O2 67.
Complete thread -- and I've worked at 3 major regional medical centers all with
Complete thread -- Thanks it might be pill endoscopy
Complete thread -- I couldn't agree more with you. "Sigh" gets old being all put out over silly questions.
Complete thread -- ??capsule endoscopy??
Complete thread -- ophthalmology surgery, s/l "side turner" vitrector sm
Complete thread -- please forgive the typos...it is the end of my workday
Complete thread -- May I give you a little suggestion.....we all have things, some
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l pel-and-oscopy
Complete thread -- Yes, I pretty much can and I did.
Complete thread -- what is a good ? what are you talking about?
Complete thread -- I hear' there is puffiness over all the
Complete thread -- what are you talking about. It is dictated and typed as shown, always
Complete thread -- Sometimes I think too much.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- B, A and C?
Complete thread -- why? why? what does it hurt? It is NOT unusual.
Complete thread -- its....see link
Complete thread -- You cannot make a blanket statement like that. We do 3 numbers here too for
Complete thread -- as opposed to 7 at 1 and 9 at 5 ..but not needed unless
Complete thread -- Only if dictated.
Complete thread -- Not here..major metropolitan hosptial.
Complete thread -- Don't you feel stupid now "sigh"
Complete thread -- fissure?
Complete thread -- I also made a mistake it was tunnel catheter not tunnel calf.
Complete thread -- Mararena
Complete thread -- The mucosal surface is green and shows its normal velvety architecture.
Complete thread -- It was bacteremia. Thanks anyway. nm
Complete thread -- S/L macarenia. sm
Complete thread -- system?
Complete thread -- s/l kitic level ? s/m
Complete thread -- ?syncope
Complete thread -- Never mind, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Moro (correct spelling)
Complete thread -- Would expand to "profaning"
Complete thread -- oops, this went with post below.
Complete thread -- sent WAV file. thanks
Complete thread -- sounds almost like sister.
Complete thread -- profane?
Complete thread -- okay, thanks for your help, I will check that all out.
Complete thread -- Sigh. Morro, grasp, rooting reflexes present.
Complete thread -- s/l profeing
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Newborn with apnea sm
Complete thread -- issues that S/L not so brythe or bride or brided?? sm
Complete thread -- "sulcus" might be status post? and maybe --sm
Complete thread -- please look at my operation list (little ophthalmology experience). thanks!
Complete thread -- mesothelium is a membrane that forms the lining of several body cavities: the pleura (thor
Complete thread -- Thank you both. Contrast nephropathy was it (so clear now, lol!)
Complete thread -- ok ty
Complete thread -- Spinal stimulator. thanks
Complete thread -- what procedure is this? cardiac pacemaker or some kind of stimulator or what? need to know
Complete thread -- lupus? diabetic? obstructive? vascular?
Complete thread -- contrast nephropathy (dye from the cath procedure causijng renal problems)
Complete thread -- Pt had cardiac cath. Nephrologist observing for prevention of s/l
Complete thread -- underlying s/l "mesothelial" pocket was quickly entered.
Complete thread -- Docs often pronounce intraarticular as inner- or inter-, in my opinion.
Complete thread -- Exactly. if 50% of doctors do it only at my facility or whatever, that is still only
Complete thread -- I guess you don't want to give the whole sentence, lol. Whatever.
Complete thread -- Past medical history includes hypertension, asthma and s/l "sympathy" secondary to
Complete thread -- True, while it may be a common practice for some docs, it is not
Complete thread -- a common practice.
Complete thread -- And again, I wouldn't tell anyone else that doing 3 is "
Complete thread -- ortho surgery word help - sm
Complete thread -- there are some docs who just have a habit of noting 3
Complete thread -- pulling up on a large stationary gun barrel versus hanging off of this **furra-dree**
Complete thread -- Are you telling me that they do 3 scores even on normal newborns?? My point
Complete thread -- I do a LOT of children's hospital stuff and it is not that uncommon
Complete thread -- probably not, but would have to have the whole sentence to be 100% sure.
Complete thread -- For an infant with scores already of 9 and 10, it IS odd that they
Complete thread -- would you cap the board of directors in a sentence?
Complete thread -- "Write out the numbers related to minutes in order to avoid confusion
Complete thread -- hadn't heard of the minutes being spelled out...why is that?
Complete thread -- It's not common. The third score is usually on an infant who has had low scores. Common
Complete thread -- minutes should be spelled out also. the third number is most frequently
Complete thread -- He may have been clear in his speech but not clear in his head.. often happens :-)
Complete thread -- KLS
Complete thread -- thanks for clarification ...
Complete thread -- yes, 1 minute, 5 minutes and at 10 minutes is common
Complete thread -- Can Apgars have 3 numbers? - Apgars were 9, 10 and 10.
Complete thread -- the Medlexicon link above has that in list of possibles for MRCP but I guess if you
Complete thread -- low-profile s/l "K lass" plates and screws.
Complete thread -- He was very clear for him and numbering items. I flagged. Someone else can figure
Complete thread -- yes thanks
Complete thread -- should I just leave it at that - leave it. Never add.
Complete thread -- thank you! I never would have gotten that w/o your help.
Complete thread -- MRCP or MR/CP (I prefer) is mental retardation and cerebral palsy
Complete thread -- perhaps "for" should be "and"?
Complete thread -- born at 5 months gestation maybe?
Complete thread -- His 17yo brother was born at 5 months of age and has s/l MRCP, requiring significant
Complete thread -- History of mastectomy 14 years ago for colon cancer. Seems a little over the top to
Complete thread -- I do take prn vitamin C for colds, but not sure what prn purpose of vit. A :)
Complete thread -- vitamins are not p.r.n. meds IMHO
Complete thread -- to be more exact it is superotemporal, I think. ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yep I think it is temporal he is saying, thanks anyway. ...
Complete thread -- Ophthalmology
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- s/l Pur see able. Do you think MD means foreseeable?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- fossaeplural of fos·sa
Complete thread -- Word help - is it bilateral inguinal fossa or fosse??
Complete thread -- Word help - is it bilateral inguinal fossa or fosse??
Complete thread -- Now that's an interesting thought. If that's the case, then maybe when he sees
Complete thread -- no "and" dictated, just the letters
Complete thread -- did he dictate the AND? Or just VAC? maybe vitamins A and C, but never
Complete thread -- Medications: s/l "V-A-C"
Complete thread -- either the total is wrong or doc is trying to note that patient was noncompliant with
Complete thread -- Thanks to both. Just wanted to make sure I wasn't the one who couldn't do math!
Complete thread -- thanks! Anything else, or is it good?
Complete thread -- Xeroform, Conform, (and) Coban. all 3 used to dress the wound.
Complete thread -- to me it sounds like you are missing a number? sm
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- cachexia?
Complete thread -- no sense. 3 times a week for 6 weeks = 18 visits and 2 times a week for 4 weeks
Complete thread -- s/l..tie-text-e-a...sm
Complete thread -- out of my element with this one; needing confirmation/correction
Complete thread -- NM, will flag. Need to send in note now.
Complete thread -- This arithmetic doesn't make any sense, does it? Pls sm.
Complete thread -- Yes, likely that. Thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- Well, just not sure. The beginning sounds is more like oh or pee. Will flag. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Asian ESL. His home 24-hour supervision is covered by Medicare and *C D J G P.* He
Complete thread -- something activities?
Complete thread -- buttocks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Many thanks
Complete thread -- Asian ESL again. In PMH, history of herpes *of botox* and groin. (just listing)
Complete thread -- ulnar claw as a "hand of benediction". However, the term "hand of benediction" more common
Complete thread -- NG nasogastric and even a trumpet
Complete thread -- Asian ESL and having a difficult time as he can't enunciate certain sounds. Pt seen
Complete thread -- NG suction
Complete thread -- s/l ...that NT suction and even a clumpette"
Complete thread -- Now I'm finding results for "papal benediction sign." Any confirmation or correction?
Complete thread -- Doctor wants to check for median and/or ulnar nerve
Complete thread -- yw. I actually agree with your commas around "at least for now" too,
Complete thread -- I was thinking in the wound as opposed to just aspirate.
Complete thread -- No, we just had to prompt your brain cells to fire. ;D
Complete thread -- life quality-affecting life actually modifies quality. the quality of life,
Complete thread -- You're right. I'm dumb.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- it is turbid, not turbulent, check the definitions. it wouldn't be turbulent
Complete thread -- 1,750 hits on Google, mostly reliable.
Complete thread -- Not sure how to punctuate the phrase in **. s/m
Complete thread -- why not turbulent, have heard this before
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- not finding turbulent in Dorland
Complete thread -- still need the commas around "which was worse," as it's a nonrestrictive clause.
Complete thread -- purulent?
Complete thread -- turbid not turbulent
Complete thread -- turbulent
Complete thread -- focal?
Complete thread -- of the medial meniscus *poker* areas of grade 3 chondromalacia
Complete thread -- knee aspiration
Complete thread -- I like this!
Complete thread -- way too many pl sm
Complete thread -- The OP has left the building I guess. No responses at all
Complete thread -- help with commas!!
Complete thread -- You're brilliant! Now I hear "we're going to do his LFTs today" (very fast). Thanks!
Complete thread -- NO commas in 4-digit numbers 8000, not 8,000
Complete thread -- LFTs?
Complete thread -- Ichthyosis?
Complete thread -- found these...
Complete thread -- Pt with jaundice. Do "Zalski's* and repeat CT and ultrasound to assess bile ducts.
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- flatus
Complete thread -- abdominal s/l fladdes. See sentence below
Complete thread -- podiatrist is dictating for Assessment S/L exyocyst? vulgaris to the lower extremity
Complete thread -- expanding upon.. Medtronic (Melody™ Transcatheter Pulmonary Valve) & Ensemble sm
Complete thread -- On the left side did not hear a bruit?
Complete thread -- actually likely you ARE hearing lift. They do lift heart outside of chest sm
Complete thread -- You can look up subject/verb agreement for measurements of time, etc.
Complete thread -- was/were? Word didn't pick up whether this should be was or were on grammar
Complete thread -- Something carotid bruit? No clue
Complete thread -- oops, he had left-sided ___ bruit
Complete thread -- It can't be he left-sided anything, because he left-sided does NOT even make sense.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He left-sided *not hair* bruit
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you very much
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Maybe brimonidine? Sort of like your s/l, although not radically close....
Complete thread -- brimonidine?
Complete thread -- dilutional effect, probably too late. A serum level was low
Complete thread -- check here there is some information...
Complete thread -- will flag.
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but you've a bunch of comma splices there. SM
Complete thread -- Med - Travoprost and s/l pro mid a dine eyedrops TIA
Complete thread -- Might you be hearing Freer elevator and hemostat?
Complete thread -- moving on thanks
Complete thread -- tardive dyskinesia
Complete thread -- s/l fear elevated hemostat
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- a *lift* was placed into the left atrium
Complete thread -- Reglan. I do not want her to develop any s/l tart of diskenisius.
Complete thread -- Medtronic Ensemble
Complete thread -- Not sure how to write these.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- help please with mp3
Complete thread -- thanks much!
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
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Complete thread -- The Rockettes is how that is spelled
Complete thread -- was a worker as a dancer for Harry's? for - maybe the Rocketts or Rockets was right.
Complete thread -- over the
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- another mp3 please.. thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks for giving it a try
Complete thread -- sorry, but too scratchy
Complete thread -- where she worked at the Rockets?? Just a guess and no clue on the other
Complete thread -- note _____ has intermittent rhinitis
Complete thread -- sorry can't get it, seems like I can hear opthal (ophthalmitis, inflammation of eye, sm
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please help
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not sure of your s/l; here is catalog for Arthrocare, I did look a bit
Complete thread -- I got this. It was 4+.
Complete thread -- It was not listed. This was a urology report, still. Going to flag.
Complete thread -- on no treatment, and _____ and rhinitis
Complete thread -- My question was poorly phrased. Can you have an almost normal BUN but a creatinine that
Complete thread -- Normal BUN is 7-21. Normal creatinine is 0.5 to 1.4. Personally, I have seen...sm
Complete thread -- normal is 7-21 according to the Labs shown above; click on Normal Labs, sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree with ground
Complete thread -- the wav matches post right below me. We will get that first.
Complete thread -- I hear "The patient has lost ground over the last few months."
Complete thread -- whatever is posted, it doesn't match this
Complete thread -- BUN 26, creatinine 17 on 09/29/10. Is this count even possible or cause for a flag?
Complete thread -- might have been in ICU at 1st
Complete thread -- Do you have a sound alike, WAV file?
Complete thread -- has lost down over the last few months
Complete thread -- The patient was *upgraded.*
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- glatiramer (Copaxone)
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- on no treatment, and _____ and rhinitis
Complete thread -- forefoot varus
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- Found it, it's Guyon's canal.
Complete thread -- In addition to the above stmt, the patient may need decompression
Complete thread -- Tp has head drop and may need decompression of the s/l ions canal.
Complete thread -- That's what I thought too.
Complete thread -- wag--seen?
Complete thread -- Direct invasion cannot be excluded.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- The mass is directly above the hilum in the mediastinal fat. _____ cannot
Complete thread -- Check ethambuthol.
Complete thread -- med s/l nethambuthol
Complete thread -- Using the ArthroCare wand, s/l noch-y-c, and the Tomcat shaver, an arthroplasty was
Complete thread -- thanks - think it is need document 2 year stab...
Complete thread -- *______ documented 2-year stability. (can't get the first part)
Complete thread -- to November 2009. _____ stability.
Complete thread -- As a side note, anyone having trouble with drugs.com today?
Complete thread -- Does anyone know a site for discontinued prescription meds? Thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
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Complete thread -- orthotics?
Complete thread -- broken socks probably Birkenstock and foot wraps?
Complete thread -- see link inside for Barkhof and Swanton
Complete thread -- s/l totics? s/m
Complete thread -- s/l (1) ? broken? and (2) s/l ?waps?
Complete thread -- the patient did not formally meet the Barkoff or s/l Swantin MRI criteria
Complete thread -- Patient with MS. In med list s/l kolanchomir. Dosage is 20 mg subcu daily
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- maybe you sent it already.. but CCR? cardiac catheterization recovery
Complete thread -- Yes, I heard "pars."
Complete thread -- Where'd everyone go? LOL! I left a blank, going to bed.
Complete thread -- After cardiac cath/angiography, pt was returned back to s/l
Complete thread -- I usually hear pars defect but seems close
Complete thread -- It is very clear... so I think I will go with it. It is a pt with back pain. Thanks!
Complete thread -- there is a pars interarticularis in the back
Complete thread -- That's what I hear too... but I can't verify it... is pars anything?
Complete thread -- Never mind. My ears must be fresher after a pause. S/L 50 min.
Complete thread -- ESL critical care (ICU) doc re resuscitation of pt in respiratory failure/
Complete thread -- did you hear the wav LA1? *I can't hear it*
Complete thread -- pars derangement?
Complete thread -- Sports medicine - assessment - .wav sent
Complete thread -- excellent idea! i've done that before but not in a long time. thanks for reminder!
Complete thread -- VR can't think which is why you have a job, lol
Complete thread -- Suggest calling and all-night pharmacy and asking pharmacist what it might be sm
Complete thread -- Okay that is why I was wondering. I thought it should be that way but VR did it that way.
Complete thread -- 8,000 to 10,000 to 13,000
Complete thread -- 8,000 to 10,000 to 13,000
Complete thread -- medication s/l "spirocide"
Complete thread -- She has a progressively elevated white count from 8 to 10 to 13,000. Is this the sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening and trying to help me!
Complete thread -- and unfortunately just as ____ blank on your second. Sorry
Complete thread -- Ok, thank you both for the help..
Complete thread -- I agree with your "portend"
Complete thread -- MP3 help with ESL doctor (two blanks).
Complete thread -- I would leave it as you have it.
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- check out outcropper muscles and there you will find the info on the tendons.
Complete thread -- can you hear Flector patch???
Complete thread -- help plz
Complete thread -- Actually, he is referring to a rash the patient has. Sorry, should of included more text
Complete thread -- THANKS SO MUCH!!
Complete thread -- would use a period. Two different subjects, i.e. energy level one sentence. SM
Complete thread -- check out galea
Complete thread -- S/L galia
Complete thread -- Would you use a comma or semi-colon here? please see inside
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Complete thread -- #2- infection. Of a bigger concern, First blank is stumbling, no word there.
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Complete thread -- in her worst case scenario we will leave her on the prednisone
Complete thread -- but this puts us in a bit of a difficult situation
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- big guess - he MIGHT be mispronouncing Rosaderm for skin cleansing
Complete thread -- PMI is not palpable midclavicular?
Complete thread -- can you hear not visible?
Complete thread -- PMI not palpable, not (s/l resibular)
Complete thread -- I wouldn't cap all that.
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Complete thread -- for Sjogren's in the Rheumatology Outpatient Clinic ...
Complete thread -- The right shoulder causes her to have pain.
Complete thread -- any clues? diagnoses/symptoms/ anything/ starts with an R I think??
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Complete thread -- bisacodyl
Complete thread -- ? bisacodyl?
Complete thread -- Oops. Sorry. Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- s/l : Disocotol?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Common variable immunodeficiency (CVID) is one of the most prevalent primary immunodeficie
Complete thread -- I don't use one in that usage
Complete thread -- Not necessary on my accounts. General trend is for minimal commas these days.
Complete thread -- I think it is technically correct, but I don't put one before or after.
Complete thread -- long e
Complete thread -- CAT scan with underlying *common invariable* immunodeficiency
Complete thread -- First s/l might be "and the dose of Symbicort". Dunno about 2nd s/l, tho. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Not just saying "the Mirena is not working", is he? Is your s/l long E or short E?
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- google/search hint: TNM classification
Complete thread -- Does this make sense to anyone?
Complete thread -- I tried both with google and drugs.com and didn't come up with
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Dictated procedures at end and it is Thal fundoplication.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Got it. It's Dulera.
Complete thread -- what's wrong with stabilization? sounds like they have stabilized
Complete thread -- "underwent a Collis-Belsey procedure and nine a Collis-Nissen procedure. The latter proced
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Yes!! Thank you. I'm humbled and appreciative :)
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- Dulera?
Complete thread -- med s/l jewel air ah
Complete thread -- Second one is Collis
Complete thread -- ? gyrus
Complete thread -- Physician Guidelines, these do meet criteria for *stablization* and no further
Complete thread -- Craniotomy: Corticectomy of the left s/l darus rectus was performed.
Complete thread -- In discharge diagnoses *Bell* fundoplication and *callus* gastrostomy.
Complete thread -- s/l D&B solution? DNB?? for mouth sores
Complete thread -- It's probably best to ask your QA on this one, in my opinion.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- The X should be capped. that is not a BoS thing, that is also the cancer sites thing.
Complete thread -- just got it, thanks for ur reply
Complete thread -- forward list to the left. (Yes, list is correct)
Complete thread -- MP3 help
Complete thread -- SPECT
Complete thread -- -per BOS but acct specs sometimes vary. For us, it's T3b Nx
Complete thread -- aortic valve was crossed once. s/l Spehct gradient could be obtained due to ectopy.
Complete thread -- T3bNX (tumor, node, metastasis classification)
Complete thread -- Cystectomy diagnosed a *T3bNx or T3b Nx* tumor. nm
Complete thread -- diverticuloma,” which is the diverticular mass created from the phlegmon sm
Complete thread -- you're wonderful...thank you so much!
Complete thread -- this is for BPH. Just read about it.
Complete thread -- Jalyn
Complete thread -- new med "Jaylan", combination of Avodart and Flomax. any ideas?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- "diverticulitis/diverticulosis" maybe? I only found some uncertain references to
Complete thread -- because.
Complete thread -- diverticulitis diverticuloma
Complete thread -- just gonna leave it for him as he was pretty clear. thx anyway!
Complete thread -- Orthopedics - "bumper sign"?
Complete thread -- Why?
Complete thread -- it is on the periodic table Ti means titanium
Complete thread -- Ti is listed in Dorland's meaning titanium
Complete thread -- That's scary. :O
Complete thread -- She is clearly saying tilastic, I looked at the op report and they put Ti elastic nails?
Complete thread -- there are also titanium elastic nails
Complete thread -- see message inside
Complete thread -- the link did it -- it's outlet view. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Patient underwent a femoral fixation with s/l tilastic femoral nails?
Complete thread -- there is a link in the above post
Complete thread -- axillary and scapular views are types of lateral views apparently
Complete thread -- sure that isn't AP and lateral
Complete thread -- thanks, but I am not sure.
Complete thread -- patient with shoulder problems has xrays: AP, axillary and s/l "alpha" views
Complete thread -- All right! Thanks. That was my last one. Now I have a copy for next time.
Complete thread -- yep, I hear that too (s/l insited, but means inserted
Complete thread -- "inserted in external iliac and inferior vena cava" what I hear
Complete thread -- yes, I did. Thanks.
Complete thread -- wav file again, thanks.
Complete thread -- Cordran?
Complete thread -- s/l Quar-dern tape for the discoloration and thick scar.
Complete thread -- They allow a lot of blanks on this account because it is new and the docs are hard. Will
Complete thread -- tunneled doesn't make sense to me there and I can't hear that
Complete thread -- oh yes, thanks. Trying so hard to get words, I forget the important stuff.
Complete thread -- s/b 45 degrees
Complete thread -- thanks so much. I think tunneled is in the first one, just can't get it all.
Complete thread -- 3rd "Once that was obtained, the angle..."
Complete thread -- 2nd is "the backblood was obtained"
Complete thread -- moderate?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- WAV again, thanks so much.
Complete thread -- BOS says no hyphen
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Complete thread -- MW via onelook sm
Complete thread -- The patient is of French Canadian descent. Hyphen between French and Canadian? nm
Complete thread -- Actually, I'd say the first blank is nothing. "Operation is" _____
Complete thread -- in the innominate vein
Complete thread -- First is "an." Second "in innominate vein"
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you that was my thought too, so she has 2 thoughts
Complete thread -- Unbelievable! I have been asking for this for a year and now, cannot wait for it to go
Complete thread -- NM, sending blank
Complete thread -- WAG... thinning?
Complete thread -- ahh, that may be a good one, thank you. Check on this for another MTf
Complete thread -- subscapular bursitis "anticipi" ? Auto-suggested by Google but then no English hits
Complete thread -- plane?
Complete thread -- so, I'm guessing this is involving vaginal area right (vaginal cuff).
Complete thread -- Oh, yep. Don't know what happened to psych, didn't use to be like that,
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- anybody have any ideas? any CT rad MTs out there. sm
Complete thread -- cuff brachytherapy
Complete thread -- will also be considered for a s/l cuff breaky therapy as well.
Complete thread -- LOLOL
Complete thread -- Oh, so clear now! Thanks.
Complete thread -- or if verbatim: veddy anxious
Complete thread -- Even if you worked an acct that allowed it, it would not have an apostrophe anyway. plura
Complete thread -- I agree.. very anxious
Complete thread -- very anxious?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks so much. I actually requested a psych account.. little did I know
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ewwww... HATE it when they do that!! JMO, I would expand the slang
Complete thread -- Yes I think that is it. I did google my s/l but that got me nothing. Thanks.
Complete thread -- factitial?
Complete thread -- Question regarding "steri's" instead of Steri-Strip... Is this correct?
Complete thread -- patient with s/l tact-tish-ul ulcers on her back.
Complete thread -- Wow. Where did the poster get angry? You are rude.
Complete thread -- examples: SCFE (skiffy) and SNF (sniff)
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- they often try to turn acronyms into words
Complete thread -- more on solutions also. the BoS used to say to hyphenate something
Complete thread -- ARB = angiotensin receptor blocker
Complete thread -- Whoops, meant to say he is on atenolol, lisinopril and Cozaar.
Complete thread -- On atenolol and lisinopril. Unsure as to why he is on both an ACE and an s/l "arb"
Complete thread -- here's what BOS 3 says about it (not that I necessarily totally go by this myself)...
Complete thread -- Here's what I got (then, of course, you can click to read the post)
Complete thread -- did you use just D5 1/4? or D5 1/4 normal saline? in the Search box?
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now. I'll leave as I typed.
Complete thread -- Coloplast penile implant. A *16 plus 5* rear-tip extender was placed on the left...
Complete thread -- D5 quarter normal saline
Complete thread -- thanks, I just found it too.
Complete thread -- Blumensaat
Complete thread -- Well, thanks. Didnt realize that was there! BUT, lead to a big 0 - sm
Complete thread -- Several posts under search box (archives) when typing in D5 1/4.
Complete thread -- Knee surgery. ?? line. sm
Complete thread -- Rules, rules, rules, how do you type D5 1/4 normal saline? TYIA
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll check that out. : )
Complete thread -- Coloplast
Complete thread -- Implants: *col-flass* 3-piece penile implant. (or cold-plas or similar s/l) Tried
Complete thread -- ...Vicryl, as we did the Scarpa's fascia, irrigating.....
Complete thread -- "the Y" maybe --sm for link
Complete thread -- connected to the *wide of the* arterial cannula
Complete thread -- -0 Vicryl and *as we did* the Scarpa’s fascia irrigating
Complete thread -- sorry s/b torticollis -sm for definition
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. My thought, arthritic collar.. Not so good.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- So gofer it is! Thanks!
Complete thread -- torticolis would fit context
Complete thread -- what? are you OP? you don't know if you "intentionally" put "s" one time & not the other?
Complete thread -- s/l torticollis
Complete thread -- WAV file. I will repost as an MP3 if I posted over someone. Thought it was done.
Complete thread -- might be keratolytics
Complete thread -- I hope this post was done. I posted. If not, please repost.
Complete thread -- Thanks, thanks, thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l *curalitics*.. Any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- ins and outs.. on hysteroscopy they have to be very careful about
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- So, I guess it didn't matter either way? lol
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- A patient with endometrial polyps.
Complete thread -- Am I spelling *gopher* correctly when pt says he is a manager and also
Complete thread -- QA person couldn't find it in any reference, but this site looks official enough
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Perfect. Thank you.
Complete thread -- But we oldbies know better:)
Complete thread -- Goodness. Try learning instead of getting so angry. You are dumb!
Complete thread -- might be "could give IM"? but is not a new sentence would get rid of comma after written
Complete thread -- Well you can tell you are a newbie for sure and I have a feeling
Complete thread -- prodromal I've heard of, wonder if doc saying postdromal?
Complete thread -- ethics?
Complete thread -- thanks, he does say were so I am trying o figure out if I am hearing the rest
Complete thread -- I think "for severe pain" might be a new sentence. Still working on s/l.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- for severe pain _____ IM, but does not appear to be an
Complete thread -- sigh... really. We all say a kleenex, but we may be meaning a Puffs or
Complete thread -- See link..scan down to graph that shows FVC...it explains
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NI = nasointestinal NG =Nasogastric
Complete thread -- Decided to just check with my QA person. It looks like thoracic lymph nodes use arabic,
Complete thread -- That's a great question. Yes, but not sure if it is intentional (sm)
Complete thread -- The issue is bandaid/Band-Aid. Not substituting a generic for the
Complete thread -- There are NOT generic bandages called Band-Aids, do your research! Th ...
Complete thread -- s/l effix care team
Complete thread -- If you feel that sites are reputible (?) then pick one, use that as your "reference"
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l postdraumal painful sensation
Complete thread -- is there or isn't there an "s" sound after "sip"? one way up top, another inside.
Complete thread -- NI/NG feeds? Said twice now. New resident dictation on a baby
Complete thread -- tests for diagnosis and treatment of his liver (?)
Complete thread -- corneal pre-sip-uh-lah-dah bilaterally
Complete thread -- Actually I have been doing this for quite a while. I myself NEVER ass ...
Complete thread -- first, it is a pedicle subtraction osteotomy...
Complete thread -- continue having _____ for diagnosis and treatment _____.
Complete thread -- I guess red as in color, maybe torsed. but only 1 if testicle, so testicle WAS
Complete thread -- I saw that the cervical lymph nodes use Roman, but also saw some reputable sites
Complete thread -- s/l drilactasia SM please
Complete thread -- here's the link for the 300 mg I meant to give you
Complete thread -- Could be an oldie too. There are a few of those around.
Complete thread -- see link for possibility
Complete thread -- Exactly my point below!! A newbie trying to sound smart. lol
Complete thread -- trauma. *red* testicle were reported
Complete thread -- Do I have enough info here to try (somehow) to find if she's saying 59 or 69? PFTs.
Complete thread -- dietary supplement in a list: s/l neuropees 300 mg daily
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- Are thoracic lymph node levels expressed with arabic or Roman numerals? Thx!
Complete thread -- You haven't done this job long, have you? You should always assume generic
Complete thread -- TY! The link helps! nm
Complete thread -- There are generics that they call band aids.
Complete thread -- Oh, I see your sentence (duh!). It seems the stuff following including
Complete thread -- Seems the explanations I see for using a comma or not depends on what
Complete thread -- If the information expressed in the prepositional object is needed for the full meaning of
Complete thread -- There are not generic brands called "Band-Aid."
Complete thread -- I would expect "right colon wall"
Complete thread -- I see it both ways. Here's a link to hits asking just that question...maybe
Complete thread -- Thanks to all!
Complete thread -- i have no clue, either, and i am the one doing this ....sm
Complete thread -- I see no need for a comma there.
Complete thread -- Need help with comma use and why ... sm
Complete thread -- Valley fever?
Complete thread -- Abdominopelvic CT showed thickening of the right s/l corner wall consistent with sm
Complete thread -- there is no "talc FROM the Band-Aid"
Complete thread -- unless it is referring to one of the many generic bandaids on the market. We
Complete thread -- it probably is yellow fever - google all your terms and you will find the info
Complete thread -- It is Band-Aid becuase it is a trademark name.
Complete thread -- gastroc-soleus (gastrocnemius-soleus) ? see link if one of them
Complete thread -- The patient is here today. She had a CT for some abdominal pain and t ...
Complete thread -- The polyp was sessile *and near the* attachment.
Complete thread -- gynecology help re condylomata
Complete thread -- okay, so you typed bandaid, is this acceptable sm
Complete thread -- Sort of makes sense? If you cannot definitely hear that then why "go with it"?
Complete thread -- Slow healing "by contractures" (really s/l "bi contrack tious" and the surface
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- here is the exact dictation concerning the "talc" question
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- exact context of several sentences might help. this is still not making sense.
Complete thread -- NO!!! Bandaids do not have talc. Maybe talc AND a bandaid would help irritation.
Complete thread -- There is no talc in a bandaid.
Complete thread -- Positive. Listened for that 20 times.
Complete thread -- __, the fat was then
Complete thread -- thank you, i re-posted later. My mistake.
Complete thread -- talc again .. re-listened
Complete thread -- were then placed, the kidney was _____ was then meticulously
Complete thread -- sure you're not hearing "enteral"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Going with low amount of. Sort of makes sense.
Complete thread -- an incision was made from the?
Complete thread -- The peritoneum was then *snipped off *
Complete thread -- Wow. Thanks, Darlene! I'll let you know if that's what it turned out to be.
Complete thread -- Vascular surgeon
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- sterile manner and _____ tip of the tail with 12th rib
Complete thread -- Sounds like lomile. Quite the accent.
Complete thread -- mesenteric is in the abdomen, sounds okay to me
Complete thread -- found a fullness in the mesenteric area that may be consistent with an
Complete thread -- I did wildcard search *max on drugs.com 4 pages sm & link
Complete thread -- CT scan of the abdomen with contrast shows low-density lesions throughout the liver w
Complete thread -- Vascular surgeon: The patient returns status post perforator foam scl ...
Complete thread -- that is what i was thinking too, dictator goes on to say more sections, so i agree! TX!!
Complete thread -- just first thought, there were sampleS, meaning more than 1, so maybe locations of
Complete thread -- the distal biceps femoris, the iliotibial band, the ___? 1:34 complex, and proximal t
Complete thread -- Im stumped on biopsies for frozen section analysis, i dont know
Complete thread -- thanks for trying, everyone. I'm gonna flag it and send it. ::sigh::
Complete thread -- I think it could be 'even the necessity' but that is a guess.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- I hardly think they'd get both Procrit (epoetin alfa) AND Aranesp (darbepoetin alfa)
Complete thread -- that's a great suggestion. He's not slurring it *that* badly though...
Complete thread -- also, the first med rhymes more with "Zithromax" than with "Vytorin." but thx for trying.
Complete thread -- since ESKD, dialysis and on Aranesp, they do get Procrit (?slurring)
Complete thread -- Prilosec does not come IV (oral)
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. the vytorin dosage wouldn't fit, and neither does prilosec.
Complete thread -- Vytorin and Prilosec?
Complete thread -- two drug names s/l vih-TROHM- uh 50 mg and s/l PRY-lo-sate
Complete thread -- No way
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- Well what IS on the med list then?
Complete thread -- s/l allan may be -- alphagan sm for glaucoma drops
Complete thread -- s/l oxy hed ep* at 100%, is likely Oxyhood sm
Complete thread -- to further pin down etiology
Complete thread -- eyedrops for glaucoma
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- I'll listen again. Thank you.
Complete thread -- conservatively?
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "near umbilical?"
Complete thread -- empirically
Complete thread -- told him that we would treat it s/l comparatively with an antibiotic Keflex because
Complete thread -- talc from Band-Aid
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- abdominoplasty consultation
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Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- True. TY.
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Complete thread -- s/l an oh by eee da" graft may be ePTFE graft sm
Complete thread -- It makes sense though.
Complete thread -- compensated?
Complete thread -- patient s/p MI
Complete thread -- MP3 file. I have never done psych. Is he saying naming? Would you make the
Complete thread -- Don't know that I have heard the verb "teasing" in this context? s/m
Complete thread -- I am not sure what they were. He came into the office. EKG
Complete thread -- help with wav please
Complete thread -- confirmation appreciated. Have a good one!
Complete thread -- It is correct. Drink, drank, drunk. I drink, I drank, I have drunk.
Complete thread -- i was thinking that too, but thought there may be some stuff i didnt know about. thanks
Complete thread -- I want to say "insulation" rather than "instillation"...Just me
Complete thread -- grammar references say this is correct, but it does not seem right. Pls sm
Complete thread -- does this sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- Prednisone Dosepack · Prednisone Tablet ·
Complete thread -- Prednisone Dosepack · Prednisone Tablet ·
Complete thread -- s/l vault may be swathe? and sling sm
Complete thread -- that's what i thought. this ESL doc is a huge mumbler. I need another valium to get thru
Complete thread -- I thought he was correcting himself, but it was good the first time. The second, he says
Complete thread -- oops, :)
Complete thread -- Thanks. He is not easy at the best of times. L)
Complete thread -- I think he is correcting himself - She denies any chest pain presently.
Complete thread -- also palpable distal posterior pulses
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- of course, she is always welcome to return
Complete thread -- of course, she is told to return should she have
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- thanks - and thanks for the "n" on negative! ooops!
Complete thread -- there are ducts to the gallbladder; need an n on negative
Complete thread -- any idea of missing word pls sm
Complete thread -- On the left the patient has palpable popliteal and "also dis pah distant" posterior
Complete thread -- pulp bandage? vault bandage? (sm)
Complete thread -- D as in dose pack?
Complete thread -- s/l prednisone D pack ? s/m
Complete thread -- repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm using "an oh by eee da" graft
Complete thread -- infant - please see msg
Complete thread -- Under CT, states *normal s/l transo cervical spine and alignment."
Complete thread -- rhodamine?
Complete thread -- found it. rhodamine.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!! :-) (I'm as mystified as you are!!! :-)
Complete thread -- nothing about chilblains in this report at all.
Complete thread -- and it jolly-well should!!!
Complete thread -- Chilblains (also known as pernio and perniosis) is a medical condition that is often confu
Complete thread -- MP3 up for it now...
Complete thread -- s/l rotamine, rotomine neutrophil killing test?
Complete thread -- thanks billybob
Complete thread -- hehehehe!!! thanks so much! (I can't wait to tell all my friends!!:-)
Complete thread -- Thanks for sharing!!!! too COOL, TOO cool!!!! :-)
Complete thread -- btw, I found it the same way Passthru did in that thread, searching 'aqua' in the
Complete thread -- Well, it does taste like cough syrup, lol.
Complete thread -- Aquamantys
Complete thread -- LOL! Really, isn't it?
Complete thread -- Author dictates "Hemostasis was achieved using electrocautery as w ...
Complete thread -- At least you guys know what to replace that stuff with. I have
Complete thread -- Manischewitz -- well, that's a novel use.
Complete thread -- pt is using **manna - shav-itz** as her cough syrup occasionally
Complete thread -- Cool. I had to say it like 100 times in my head before I came up with it!
Complete thread -- Hey, you should hear some of the stuff I call 1 or 2 of my docs, lol.
Complete thread -- Good one!!!
Complete thread -- yep. They are related. I, too, have been keeping a list. one of my faves that I keep
Complete thread -- "like thinkers." :-)
Complete thread -- (believe me, I hear!!! And, yes, it DOES help to be among
Complete thread -- Sounds like a twin to one of my PAs.
Complete thread -- Wild but brilliant, LA1. You hit it on the nail! Many thanks.
Complete thread -- yep. GMTA.
Complete thread -- decided to go with necrosis. (and, if I could not call this person an IDIOT I would
Complete thread -- necrosis?
Complete thread -- calling someone an idiot behind their back is sooo not cool
Complete thread -- "indicates the patient is reporting sedation from his medication..."
Complete thread -- trying to figure out what word this IDIOT really wants me to type. the patient has a
Complete thread -- Beyond my level of thinking too, Mgt. Gonna flag. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- maybe it is "understood" at a level beyond which I am able to understand???
Complete thread -- sorry, I cannot fathom what UR colleague intended here..(????)
Complete thread -- psych report - s/l "reporting station"
Complete thread -- see link (first hit)
Complete thread -- at 13 hours, 7 hours, and 1 hour prior to procedure
Complete thread -- wonder if doc mixing military and standard time.. "13" (1300 or 1 pm), 7 (pm) and 1 hour?
Complete thread -- (I believe what you need is CLOSE to the s/l you reported...)
Complete thread -- prednisone protocol see msg please
Complete thread -- thanks. Will need to flag :)
Complete thread -- I don't hear "2010 period paragraph" but SM
Complete thread -- Yeah, we get reviewed every so often. I've been lucky so far, lol.
Complete thread -- You are right.
Complete thread -- I agree with your post. There are some words I hear "blurred," but what you typed seems
Complete thread -- (hmmmm....... I accept that you didn't hear it, but, acadaca, that well might be true.
Complete thread -- help with wav please
Complete thread -- I will add that. thanks.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- vote for high-risk medical floor
Complete thread -- and states that that has assisted with her coughing.
Complete thread -- I looked at the hospital page before I started this and could not find anything
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- maybe you can try checking in the hospital's website and see what floors they have...
Complete thread -- I will flag. New account for me so am on training review.
Complete thread -- could be - sound slike *ivish* though
Complete thread -- (tu, fan!:-)
Complete thread -- go with above - chilblain (new to me) thanks.
Complete thread -- MP3 posted. Is he saying high risk?
Complete thread -- sure sounds like Irish or IV. Will post mp3
Complete thread -- (I lack understanding of question)......Chilblains (ck my spelling) vs Raynaud's variant.
Complete thread -- can you give a s/l or post an mp3
Complete thread -- acrocyanosis? (not your s/l though)...guessing
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- lol...something?? I meant someOne
Complete thread -- *S/L CHOVEINS VERSUS RAYNAUD’S VARIANT WITH COLD SENSITIVITY Ac ...
Complete thread -- So does something re-listen to all of your work? How else would they know?
Complete thread -- I feel your pain. I had never had to be so picky. They wear me out about
Complete thread -- Thanks for sharing. New one for me. :)
Complete thread -- It would where I work too. They are sticklers for making sure we type
Complete thread -- Thanks to everyone.
Complete thread -- You are also right. That is what he said.
Complete thread -- catheter site?
Complete thread -- I feel so lucky I don't have accounts that would kick back something
Complete thread -- Thanks for the explanation.
Complete thread -- It would where I work. But whatever. If she wants what he SAYS versus
Complete thread -- does it matter in this context? not being argumentative, just
Complete thread -- sorry, left off the opening ( ... ... recently (in the past ...weeks) when
Complete thread -- Since everyone else has, I'll give my 2 cents, how I'd do it, see msg
Complete thread -- I also hear we cultured 'a' staph, not 'the'...
Complete thread -- #2-He responded favorably to treatment?
Complete thread -- We cultured a staph
Complete thread -- #1 We cultured the..
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Found it. Wiltse approach.
Complete thread -- Treatment was started with IV Avelox and vancomycin. _____ the staph from the sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Fusion with incision at L4-L5 through a s/l wilsey approach.
Complete thread -- are not a change of personality or new for this patient.
Complete thread -- True...only way to make sense of that. lol
Complete thread -- This is how I would edit it (see msg)
Complete thread -- Thank you... its so clear to me now!!!!
Complete thread -- are not the change of personality that (is/are) new for this patient.
Complete thread -- Isn't that what the OP asked for "how to rewrite" LOL
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that his son is back to his previous functional level. IGNORE uh, um, uh ..stumbling
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ability to squat
Complete thread -- Good job kaz, but I wouldn't call that editing, that's rewriting! lol
Complete thread -- .wav sent - sports medicine test - general function
Complete thread -- septal?
Complete thread -- Don't know how much you're allowed to edit but see inside.
Complete thread -- poor guy, just stuttering. temporal lobes. subtotal subarachnoid (?)
Complete thread -- I'd just add a comma before "when." it doesn't seem all that bad to me.
Complete thread -- or intraparenchymal... intraventricular ... and "both lobes" kinda obvious
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no wav...but WAG subdural
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- past medical injuries, save... I gave you the definition of save
Complete thread -- I agree saying probably IJ (internal jugular) sheath sm
Complete thread -- non-labor-intensive.
Complete thread -- i didn't understand :(
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- supervises (not provides) I will work on it more if you need...
Complete thread -- and (stutters) nonlabor intensive (um) work. sm
Complete thread -- need a comma after injuries
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- injuries save several ..see message
Complete thread -- (something was misheard, or possibly misspoken)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- (pardon my "French": your doc should have taken more gen ed & lit courses as undergrad.
Complete thread -- injury
Complete thread -- lol...I can see why your feel *fried.* I would flag the entire thing.
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- (Only thing I can suggest = maybe change first "in" to "within"?
Complete thread -- please help me rewrite this sentence. Brain is fried from this MD
Complete thread -- Seriously. If I made as many mistakes as she does, I would be telling everyone
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- they are saying *again*...what was done the first time?
Complete thread -- WAG retrievable sheath?
Complete thread -- I think he is saying IJ sheath... right??
Complete thread -- Unsure of terminology in an IVC filter retrieval... help please...and thanks
Complete thread -- Never is a very long time. Google infundibular pelvis and see what happens.
Complete thread -- Win, google infundibular pelviS
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- antiendomysial?
Complete thread -- lab test help - sm
Complete thread -- no kidding. 40+ way too many years.
Complete thread -- telogen effluvium?
Complete thread -- bu..bu...but, she's been doing this for 40+ years!
Complete thread -- s/l ? fluid genafluvium ? s/m
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- thanks alot
Complete thread -- They are talking about the infundibulopelvic ligament. Have you never done
Complete thread -- Must be across MANY, many miles. Just answered below. see msg
Complete thread -- 46000 hits on google? should never by combined? please elaborate.
Complete thread -- assisted
Complete thread -- lie.
Complete thread -- same answer as someone gave below--is this a test or something?
Complete thread -- cysto, short for cystoscopy.
Complete thread -- The Foley was placed under s/l "sisto" guidance..NM
Complete thread -- lay or lie
Complete thread -- never should be combined; says infundibular pelvic maybe, but should be pelvis
Complete thread -- yes. s/msg
Complete thread -- is lie correct here?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- infundibulopelvic ligament. Not an infundibular pelviS.
Complete thread -- Yeah, but they didn't. and you still wouldn't do that on a tubal ligation.
Complete thread -- no semicolon after adenopathy as and connects the 2 thoughts
Complete thread -- left adrenal gland...
Complete thread -- in the avascular space; infundibular pelviS (not pelvic)
Complete thread -- First blank s/l 4L
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for sharing!!! :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks! (Had OP been interested in our knowing, he/she would have divulged procedure.)
Complete thread -- Please disregard this post.
Complete thread -- MP3 help with ESL doctor. Uploaded new sound file.
Complete thread -- MP3 help with ESL doctor.
Complete thread -- but it really s/l a hysterectomy. a laparoscopic tubal should not involve round ligaments
Complete thread -- hm,... believe context suggests this solution.
Complete thread -- (Tubal ligation, I assume.) My ear wants period after "divided." I can understand, but
Complete thread -- also says infundibulopelvic
Complete thread -- blank is incised. I would place a period after first divided.
Complete thread -- The round ligament is clamped, ligated, and divided avascular space _____ sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, I'm at a loss on this one. I think I'm just going to blank. Th ...
Complete thread -- Collagen Periurethral Injection - maybe check this out
Complete thread -- first I tried searching for del (no results), then tried dail and google showed Dale sm
Complete thread -- Didn't this come up here once before? Check archives. This sounds familiar.
Complete thread -- First thing I think of since urologist, penile something? perineal, peritoneal? but not
Complete thread -- hmm,...thanks....That's a bit different from a "hepatotomy." :-)
Complete thread -- s/l per-o-neal cartilage dxd by urologist
Complete thread -- smh
Complete thread -- I'm glad you got it! could you post how you did it??? TIA!
Complete thread -- got it also! Dale trach collar
Complete thread -- s/l A del trach collar was applied and case was terminated.
Complete thread -- it!!!!!!!!! A lipectomy was.....
Complete thread -- nmmm,...no, there was no "cutting on the liver." At this position in a customary reportt]
Complete thread -- seems like fascicular is in there? sm
Complete thread -- Neck cartilages were identified and marked. Incision was made through
Complete thread -- Also, it saves the patient money if they are going to trial the medication, they
Complete thread -- A lot of doctor offices receive "stock bottles" of the medications and
Complete thread -- I didn't google. The stock part doesn't make sense. I've never
Complete thread -- ? stock indigent - Maybe they have so much meds for indigent patients.
Complete thread -- We will send her to the dietician because much of her diabetes may be ...
Complete thread -- Looking for some?
Complete thread -- WAG... shoulder shrug?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I flagged it so it's now QA's call.
Complete thread -- On cranial nerve exam s/l "shirly-sha-nab" was normal. See msg please.
Complete thread -- Good to know! Thank you
Complete thread -- Not a word in any of the OneLook dictionaries, back-formation I'd guess.
Complete thread -- Then what's your question?
Complete thread -- not exactly new SM
Complete thread -- Well, I don't know. I can find both and everything else is getting shot down, no
Complete thread -- Nope, she's very clear on her new word, contracept. Hate when they do that.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I am sure he means/said contraceptive.
Complete thread -- Not on birth control. Dr says "not current s/l contra-cept-ted." Huh?
Complete thread -- Flexyx doesn't exist SM
Complete thread -- PRICE therapy, Swede-O
Complete thread -- melees? fights??
Complete thread -- Flexyx: Hidril (Generic name - Hydrochlorothiazide) OnLine InformationHidril (Generic name
Complete thread -- LEFT FOOT PAIN WITH DORSAL TIB / FIB PAIN. PLAN: We will have ...
Complete thread -- thanks, billybob
Complete thread -- a distinctive style or manner ("He continued in this vein for several minutes")
Complete thread -- Google shows anything that's wrong if you look for it.
Complete thread -- s/l in this vein? have you heard it put this way?
Complete thread -- It shows Hydril and Hidril, but I can't find in drug sites? HELP? :)
Complete thread -- mass effect
Complete thread -- Google shows you that if you look for it.
Complete thread -- He had neurosurgical evaluation . He states that a CAT scan showed a ...
Complete thread -- milieu(s)?
Complete thread -- The patient has had multiple drug and alcohol *malees* nm
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- Finding Hydril and Hidril as medication on google search. Anyone know proper spelling
Complete thread -- no.. cheerful seems fine.
Complete thread -- likely cheerful = tearful?
Complete thread -- Pt with MS. Med: s/l biodisopoxin 20 mg. Also, fairly s/l propropriate and almost ch
Complete thread -- Well, I bet that's correct. Thank you both. I'll know next time.
Complete thread -- immunofixation
Complete thread -- s/l urine "aminal" fixation ...
Complete thread -- and a blood pressure cuff is considered a tourniquet
Complete thread -- tourniquet? (I have docs who pronounce tourniquet as turn a key)
Complete thread -- Going to flag this long report. LOL. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- No, he's ESL and so it's a very long long name and starts with Muha*
Complete thread -- is the attending doctor's name Dr. Ache(or something similar)?
Complete thread -- Blood pressure at the office s/l under a key I got 148/92.
Complete thread -- Muscle stretch reflexes were s/l "visular over 2" at the knees ...
Complete thread -- thanks for trying everyone. I have nothing else to go on.
Complete thread -- any way to narrow that down any? city/town? WHo referred? something?
Complete thread -- doesn't that need some punctuation, calcium-creatinine or calcium/creatinine ratio
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- suspect something like Cuevas, but not finding any matches.
Complete thread -- That's IT ! Thank you !
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- calcium creatinine ratio
Complete thread -- trying to find an MD (maybe ortho? sm please
Complete thread -- (colonies of) stenotrophomonas (pseudomonas) >
Complete thread -- urine culture result
Complete thread -- evaluation of the urinary tract infection and the daytime incontinence, we would like
Complete thread -- sorry, but there is no dictation, just a ton of static for however long with some
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- can't think of any other ear membrane
Complete thread -- would HAVE to be though.
Complete thread -- doesn't s/l tympanic membranes
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- google brings up cam and pincer?
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- s/l...cam-e-ra or pen-sor...sm
Complete thread -- I figured it out - it was scarred pseudocapsule. Great link, tho, thanks!
Complete thread -- Forget my suggestion...see link..this has better choices
Complete thread -- could U B hearing "posterior capsule" ??
Complete thread -- Thank you. Probably it. ...
Complete thread -- there is assymetry?
Complete thread -- external rotators as well as s/l "scar-seeto" capsule were detached
Complete thread -- listen if it is 'Retzius'?
Complete thread -- some word having to do with some deformity to rib cage?
Complete thread -- that's it,
Complete thread -- thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- see link... 5/8
Complete thread -- s/l "5H" porous-coated AML prosthesis
Complete thread -- found this, but not familiar --Dallas classification of discography sm
Complete thread -- an SPEP?
Complete thread -- I agree, I also though perhaps "potentially", and then stumbled back
Complete thread -- BASRI
Complete thread -- It sounds to me like she stumbled. ...canal affecting the motor
Complete thread -- always a good idea to give body location - so a guesssss gibbous
Complete thread -- when stuck on drug - go to drugs@FDA.com
Complete thread -- you're right then, it doesn't make sense. I thought maybe
Complete thread -- blood tests
Complete thread -- the low back
Complete thread -- He says, "period. Next paragraph." Portions of the CT are available for review, which
Complete thread -- s/l "gilbody".
Complete thread -- Helpful to know what part of body, what being seen for.
Complete thread -- what comes after that?
Complete thread -- He saw Dr. ___ and subsequent to that saw Dr. __ with recommendations exist right now
Complete thread -- blank help please+WAV
Complete thread -- calcium?
Complete thread -- s/l "Dallas" CT scoring system.
Complete thread -- Ash is name. I think transverse is it, just cutting off the "verse."
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l perfect pasture is likely Perfect Passer, see my initial posting
Complete thread -- on drug list, doc says Diovan/HCTZ, then later says Diovan. Is this a repeat or
Complete thread -- is ash your name or part of the s/l? T6 transverse fracture?
Complete thread -- s/l cell suction may be seal suction?
Complete thread -- Wild guess: transforaminal ??
Complete thread -- TAH/BSO
Complete thread -- Impression: Left occipital condyle fracture in cervical collar. T6 s/l "trans-
Complete thread -- Is this a shoulder surgery maybe? SM & Link, click and may see something in the articles
Complete thread -- Thanks, I just learned a new word - never heard of it before. ...
Complete thread -- no signs of _____ tension to the repair. Almost, ____ traction was let
Complete thread -- Terry nails, palmar erythema, or pedal edema
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- self-suction?
Complete thread -- These were *perfect pasture* sutures,
Complete thread -- I only hear one syllable. ...
Complete thread -- It says...still trying to figure out a couple words
Complete thread -- IMO-I think he didn't want to place the incision directly
Complete thread -- drain placed deep into the stitch and hooked up to *cell suction*.
Complete thread -- curving around the apex of the tip *and so as not to have rest* on the scar,
Complete thread -- what is said in abdominal exam part?
Complete thread -- patulous
Complete thread -- s/l pasil
Complete thread -- shooot....now you have that song in my head! lol
Complete thread -- thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the confirmation!
Complete thread -- From the looks of Google, it could go either way. These are the
Complete thread -- agree she is talking about digital stimulation
Complete thread -- discussed with her to taper the prednisone
Complete thread -- T12, L1-2 OR T-12, L1-L2.
Complete thread -- and to taper
Complete thread -- You are the best!! I was giving up... Have a good day : )
Complete thread -- I would as you have it.
Complete thread -- Archives show a couple of posts with similar context and no answer. Moving on.
Complete thread -- Optecure
Complete thread -- s/l anti taper the prednisone
Complete thread -- For paraplegic, bowel care continue with *digi stim.* On no meds at this time.
Complete thread -- bone marrow aspirate concentrate, local bone graft and s/l "Opticure".
Complete thread -- would you put a comma after fibrous here? thanks.
Complete thread -- "T12 L1 2" injury secondary to MVA. How to type? Tried archives but
Complete thread -- I don't know, but the Oom-Poo reminded me of chocolate factories!!
Complete thread -- actually the answer was *it was*...I didn't post as the two
Complete thread -- empyema in there anywhere?
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- That would seem to work by checking definition on onelook.com.
Complete thread -- Suggestive of pneumatocele *oom-poo-lor-rah-tuh-tan* and abscess. SM for
Complete thread -- He has decreased *gradient* control when stepping down using an alternative pattern
Complete thread -- thank you very much!
Complete thread -- erysipelas
Complete thread -- swelling of face
Complete thread -- Unsure with no context
Complete thread -- and the 2nd s/l is pentamidine
Complete thread -- On relisten the mto is actually MPO. Not sure about the 2nd s/l
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway...I am going to change it to bullet removal.
Complete thread -- Pt returns for "mto" vasculitis. He is on "incamadine" prophylaxis.
Complete thread -- I like that much better. Pended report and will make the change.
Complete thread -- Would you use bulletectomy or change it to bullet removal? Account is not verbatim.
Complete thread -- Thought so but thought I better check. Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- I am hearing "tune the patient up", like if trending downward
Complete thread -- It normally is multivitamins.
Complete thread -- Not sure what you hearing but here is a search on P fever
Complete thread -- In medication list, doc says the patient is on MVI. What could he be ...
Complete thread -- maybe dens?
Complete thread -- Trend the patient up sounds really strange to me.
Complete thread -- Sure could be. Sent an MP3 file but I think that is it.
Complete thread -- ! arrhythmia
Complete thread -- ?trend
Complete thread -- discoid lateral or discoid? Sometimes these are used there
Complete thread -- This word needs to go on my forehead...Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- Questioning - turn the patient up?
Complete thread -- desquamation ?..nm
Complete thread -- vocab word cannot understand for a morbilliform rash.
Complete thread -- (ESL) Family Hx: Sister had a "ree-sen-U" and is status post ablation.
Complete thread -- s/l poker fever....sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- obvious effusion?
Complete thread -- The patient _____ on exam range of motion
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- I would have to flag. Sounds like many drugs, but not one exactly.
Complete thread -- thanks... resent .wav
Complete thread -- It was just 10 seconds after the other WAV. An honest mistake, I'm sure.
Complete thread -- I thought maybe giving the quantity of heparin like xx cc or mL.
Complete thread -- Someone posted over you can you repost.
Complete thread -- it was - You posted over someone else.
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now. Will flag.
Complete thread -- anterior horn and body, _____ was saucerized appropriately.
Complete thread -- Med List - .wav sent - no PMH other than what is inside...
Complete thread -- Ah, just realized he's saying: The PermCath, *size of* which was... !
Complete thread -- Meant to say ESL and maybe he's just being lazy with his enunciation. He just clearly
Complete thread -- Yes, I like that. Don't know what I was thinking! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Me again with PermCath placement. Ports flushed and *travel* heparin placed. SM for
Complete thread -- Yes. Just coming back to say I got it. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- low attenuation lesions?
Complete thread -- fluoroscopy?
Complete thread -- . There was a noncalcified right apical lung nodule. There are also _____ sm
Complete thread -- A peel-away sheath was placed under *flouro.* Next, ... If I were to expand
Complete thread -- Op note. The PermCath *sizer,* which was 14.5 x 32, was tunneled from... SM for
Complete thread -- Might be something like...ventilated, and due to marked hypotension, was started on
Complete thread -- Thanks for guesses and thinking about it, helpers :) I have no idea, left blank.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- check link
Complete thread -- She was intubated, ventilated "an tea are marker" hypotension. Started on Levophed
Complete thread -- blood work for rheum,can't tell if it's cryoglobulins or thyroglobulins
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- pinna (ear)
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is simpler and cleaner.
Complete thread -- nasal exam
Complete thread -- disease, he has coronary artery disease, status post CABG in 2006; aortic valve replacemen
Complete thread -- punctuation? Thanks. I have changed this a lot of times and still do not like it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- detail?
Complete thread -- Flagging as I found another blank. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks both
Complete thread -- 2 clamps. the best of ability, 0 tie. Copious amounts of
Complete thread -- anyway, moving.. thanks for all the help
Complete thread -- should be there now
Complete thread -- The old wav is still there.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm flagging and will see what QA says.
Complete thread -- Todd's paralysis (or postictal paresis/paralysis, "after seizure") is focal weakness in a
Complete thread -- Todd's paralysis?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think he is fumbling with saying patient is having renal colic.
Complete thread -- Patient regained consciousness without symptoms of s/l toz paralysis.
Complete thread -- one more mp3 pls
Complete thread -- I hear renal too, but not sure about what comes before, ? been
Complete thread -- spondylolysis, there is a defect in the pars interarticularis (which ... Grade 1 indicates
Complete thread -- well, if you insist. Look up grade 1 spondylosis, and think about it.
Complete thread -- WAV file. I think there is something about renal colic in there.
Complete thread -- He is dictating spondy cyst. Patient also has ganglion cysts
Complete thread -- that's sad
Complete thread -- This was deepened through Scarpa's fascia
Complete thread -- thanks everyone
Complete thread -- That's what I heard
Complete thread -- if u don't feel sure of spondylytic, then _____ or flag!
Complete thread -- grade 1 spondylosis not spondycyst
Complete thread -- Sorry, but no ideas here
Complete thread -- Not even close.
Complete thread -- Diagnosis Grade 1 "spondy" cyst. I have to expand. ? should
Complete thread -- This was deepened deep to the external
Complete thread -- including the risks of -- will listen again
Complete thread -- Sterile attire was worn by the surgeons at all times.
Complete thread -- Crit is 20.1.
Complete thread -- what's his crit?
Complete thread -- help please with mp3
Complete thread -- Lab results showwhite count is 12, hemoglobin 6.9 and _____ at 7.3. Platelets
Complete thread -- only thing found
Complete thread -- there are plenty of drugs you cannot find in Drugs.com!
Complete thread -- x-ray of the cervical spine shows no acute fractures but the s/l"dinch" is largely
Complete thread -- Quinacrine (trade name Atabrine) is a drug with a number of different medical applications
Complete thread -- PFT level 3?
Complete thread -- newborn circumcision
Complete thread -- I left a link on that drug about 3/4th down page
Complete thread -- After appropriate counseling and consenting the parents, the newborn was brought to t
Complete thread -- maybe not, don't see it in Drugs.com
Complete thread -- found it, Quinacrine
Complete thread -- drug for lupus rash
Complete thread -- Thank you. That may be what I am looking for. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- TYVM
Complete thread -- not sure if 'correct" but here is a link giving inches/weight BMI
Complete thread -- There do not seem to have been any....
Complete thread -- yes. formula in this case 230x703/4489 (the 4489 is height inches squared)
Complete thread -- s/l pealized may be -- epithelialized sm
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- might be B Strep (group B strep) ?
Complete thread -- Urine culture help please
Complete thread -- The vaginal vault appears to be well s/l peal-ized?
Complete thread -- that's it. dr mushmouth......! Thanks!
Complete thread -- RE BMI. Does this sound right?
Complete thread -- ?balanitis?
Complete thread -- yeast s/l foul-en-nitis
Complete thread -- What a good suggestion.
Complete thread -- Usually the ALT and AST values are given..perhaps he had verbal dyslexia
Complete thread -- AH HA!!! THANKS!
Complete thread -- here's a trick:
Complete thread -- Yes as followup in this sentence is an adjective modifying evaluation.Only verb is 2 words
Complete thread -- try klebsiella
Complete thread -- thanks tth
Complete thread -- having a bad morning - newbie knows this word - cant remember how to spell...sounds
Complete thread -- you need to reload.
Complete thread -- there is no followup orthopedic evaluation (followup okay as one word here?_
Complete thread -- since it IS cardio - high arch (aorta) high neck (of aorta) sm
Complete thread -- Love you jerseygal!! That must be it. Sad report. CC: Suicidal ideation.
Complete thread -- PERQ Parent Emotional Reaction Questionnaire??? see message for link
Complete thread -- irbesartan 75mg is what I hear for the first one
Complete thread -- Just started report, but its a psych eval on a child. He lists sources of info.
Complete thread -- need help with medication, posted mp3
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Complete thread -- 42.2?
Complete thread -- likely is what you hear TB and BCG vaccine are correct sm & link
Complete thread -- I think we posted our wav at the same time -- you can go ahead and re-post over mine
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- I didn't hear wav but there IS a Quinacrine sm & link
Complete thread -- Found it, librator.
Complete thread -- Knee arthroscopy. A s/l rubrater? knife was then used to free the labrum from
Complete thread -- too easy - thanks!
Complete thread -- Santyl Collagenase
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- respiratory
Complete thread -- diabetic foot ulcer - apply "zen-teal co-lah-gin-ous" once a day for wounds
Complete thread -- cholelithiasis - white blood cell count is elevated.
Complete thread -- Venous duplex scan shows normal compressibility, normal "res-per-date variation" and
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- QuantiFERON Gold which may help us differentiate between *TB* and BCG vaccine
Complete thread -- Fluoroscopy shows high arch high *stick*
Complete thread -- black, tarry stool can be indicative of old blood.
Complete thread -- black, tarry stool?
Complete thread -- denies any black stool
Complete thread -- s/l ? tarsal ? s/m
Complete thread -- must mean 24,100
Complete thread -- dictator says "elevated WBCs at 24.1000". How is this written?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- this was operated MISSING WORD --- UPON due to concern for sm
Complete thread -- cream for shingles - s/l ay-oh-mata
Complete thread -- "This was operated due to..." doesn't make sense though.
Complete thread -- and I bet he didn't even respect her in the morning, that dyspareunia jerk.
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- did you google skin integrity? find that definition, put the word threatened in front of
Complete thread -- This was operated due to concern for s/lthreatened? skin integrity. tq
Complete thread -- a binge alcoholic is one who binge drinks.
Complete thread -- Ahhh, okay. I didn't listen to the voice file. My bad. :)
Complete thread -- She drinks in binges maybe?
Complete thread -- She binge drinks.
Complete thread -- how do you write this. pls sm.
Complete thread -- CONTEXT as per rules of board would help
Complete thread -- recent intercourse, about a week ago, with some dyspareunia consistent with hypoestro-
Complete thread -- just got back. thought I heard "A mL" or "1 mL" of 1% lidocaine.
Complete thread -- We can leave a blank for anything questionable, but we are not
Complete thread -- I think they are referring to "A 1% lidocaine was..." i.e. sentence structure
Complete thread -- did you hear something on the wav about the lidocaine?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- second blank "with some"..first blank she stumbled, just "recent intercourse"
Complete thread -- recent intercourse about a week ago with some dyspareunia
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- interesting...why is that? The comments in Word aren't going to fall off.
Complete thread -- better check your dosage of lidocaine there.
Complete thread -- "we were not intravascular...poorly stated but indicating
Complete thread -- exacerbated?
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- That would get you fired if you work for a National though.
Complete thread -- yeah, I'll probably hang on to it..that way I keep my fan club LOL
Complete thread -- Px here today for right femoral neck fracture/ORIF/_"Biple"_
Complete thread -- I think poi is so cool, just the sound of it and all even (I'm obviously "hearing" it like
Complete thread -- I have seen xen around. Maybe I should switch mine :) LA3?
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing. New for me too.
Complete thread -- Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion (TLIF)!!!!! new one for me.
Complete thread -- no Wav
Complete thread -- how about LASA? (L and Shallow American)
Complete thread -- Hey, nice to see you too, LA1. Though a bit hard what with trying to keep my eyelids open,
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Whenever something is "clearly stated" but I can't confirm it,
Complete thread -- W
Complete thread -- procedure: L3-L4 s/l vertilift and left neuroforaminal decompression. thankyou.
Complete thread -- I quit using monikers quite a while back. Someone would always
Complete thread -- No, I meant "shallow" for going for that extra letter, lol.
Complete thread -- if you both would just stay ANYTHING I wouldn't get you
Complete thread -- Sorry, I have no idea. Hopefully someone else will come along.
Complete thread -- hey LA1, you don't have to call yourself shallow for
Complete thread -- Oh dear. Do you think I should use Shallow American instead?
Complete thread -- LOL. Hey there, LA2. Nice to "see" you. :)
Complete thread -- between LA1 and LA2, I can't keep track of you two, but
Complete thread -- I could find this in archives here, but he is saying hook clearly.hook-rod in steds but
Complete thread -- hehe. you're always thinking someone else is nosey instead of the real me.
Complete thread -- are you also nosey?
Complete thread -- Nah, I'm shallow. I am what I am, lol.
Complete thread -- I see the confusion now too. Sorry I answered so poorly...lol
Complete thread -- I mean, Luque rod instrumentation, that is.
Complete thread -- Can you hear Luque maybe?
Complete thread -- kind of nice to find other, less "shallow" rationales to justify your decision now, right?
Complete thread -- Do you mean "thanks for listening"? :)
Complete thread -- Posterior spinal fusion with s/l hook-rod instrumentation. Is this right?
Complete thread -- Unless referred to specifically as a pulmonary embolus earlier, I expand
Complete thread -- ah, gotcha. i worded the original question badly. i didn't mean "would" you expand,
Complete thread -- it was a typo and thanks for re-crimped part of help.
Complete thread -- not sure if that is a typo, but crimped and *inspected*.
Complete thread -- an embolus is a detached blood clot or something able to move.
Complete thread -- pl sm, tx
Complete thread -- no- extra characters from PE to pulmonary embolism. I would
Complete thread -- a-ha! an extra character for embolism vs. embolus.
Complete thread -- I would expand as I have seen that abbrev for physical exam
Complete thread -- p.s. this is not a "context" question. I'm asking about when it's obviously PE as in
Complete thread -- She could be saying normal spirometry on ASA control medications.
Complete thread -- "PE" in the diagnosis/expanded. do you prefer to expand to pulmonary embolism or
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Complete thread -- Makes no sense to me.
Complete thread -- Clinical Decision Making: Spirometry, FVC 2.48 or 100% of predicted, ...
Complete thread -- the first blank she is saying um..uh..that is stumbling/can't
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- she has not required......a viral
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- I was thinking "nearly" too, lol. Fairly made no sense to me, but I
Complete thread -- will check out both links. thanks very much for the info!
Complete thread -- A dermatome is area of skin that is mainly supplied by a single spinal nerve. SO-pattern
Complete thread -- see link for picture of specific areas
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- "There is some erythema and healing ulcers which are crusted over ...
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Complete thread -- is welcome to (correction)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- is welcome
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Complete thread -- is it maybe Actos?
Complete thread -- s/l Quinacrine
Complete thread -- medication s/l "altose" for diabetes.
Complete thread -- you might want to flag this
Complete thread -- he stumbles "She has since been able to...
Complete thread -- 12. Omeprazole. 13. Prednisone taper doses. 14. <_____ ...
Complete thread -- i think i hear something pls tell me ...
Complete thread -- 1.5 hours before she had to lie back down _______ she since has been a ...
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Complete thread -- thanks for catching my miss
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Complete thread -- there is nothing wrong with fairly. they passed out fairly quickly, sounds like
Complete thread -- which she is still on and states the taper will
Complete thread -- whereas she could previously, at most, be off of the couch
Complete thread -- help pls
Complete thread -- thank u ...
Complete thread -- prednisone, which she is still on, the taper will finish next week.
Complete thread -- sentence help pls
Complete thread -- Thanks it was canthal
Complete thread -- canthal (adj form)
Complete thread -- canthus?
Complete thread -- Word help - medial s/l *an-sil
Complete thread -- fairly could mean completely, so if that is what was heard, wouldn't change it
Complete thread -- passed out in track or passed out on the track. I don't think
Complete thread -- passed out flat at school?
Complete thread -- see msessage
Complete thread -- Maybe she is getting ready to be a pumpkin for Halloween?
Complete thread -- Patient had a bilirubin of 38. She must have been pumpkin orange.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. Could not have found it without you.
Complete thread -- You're welcome, Archie.
Complete thread -- Mepolizumab May Be Helpful in Refractory Eosinophilic Asthma
Complete thread -- This is some sort of research med for eosinophilia. Can't find it anywhere???
Complete thread -- S/L mesolimobab (anti-eosinophil monoclonal antibody.) nm jgb
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- agree with additiional as the EMLA will only partially numb the area
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 25-75 2.84, 82%
Complete thread -- I think the tape just skipped or she corrected and I would ignore
Complete thread -- changing her mind. FVC 80% (103% of predicted)
Complete thread -- I would think additional, because the EMLA is the initial. At least
Complete thread -- Additional or initial? I've listened 20 times and still can't get it.
Complete thread -- thanks to all of you.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- you so much
Complete thread -- who can help on this please?
Complete thread -- who can help on this please?
Complete thread -- Piranha® biopsy forceps
Complete thread -- This resident dictated 3 single-spaced pages that the patient is
Complete thread -- doc says"biopsies at that area were taken with purana biopsy device as well as brush biops
Complete thread -- that is it! thank you.
Complete thread -- procedure: placement of ureteral stent and right-sided s/l purana and brush biospy. t
Complete thread -- -ized...kocherized?
Complete thread -- could also be two views and that would be air-fluid levels
Complete thread -- nephrectomy pl sm
Complete thread -- wow! that was a very nice sharing list I must say, I made a copy too
Complete thread -- Heck, I've had them put that many in at one procedure!
Complete thread -- yep three way and also two way view sm
Complete thread -- genu recurvatum per onelook search using g*vatum
Complete thread -- My husband's boss has 13 and he is still going strong.
Complete thread -- wow, this pt has had 9 cardiac stents. I didn't know you could even have that many!
Complete thread -- Post CVA patient: Gait: The patient is noted to ambulate with the us ...
Complete thread -- Talking about a 2-view x-ray, I bet. I often hear "a 3-way of the abdomen"
Complete thread -- I was merely confirming the possibility that it COULD be fluoride, Ms Nosy.
Complete thread -- Constipation
Complete thread -- *btw, do familiarize (not "do you familiarize," ack).
Complete thread -- I would suggest working on your comma placement.
Complete thread -- Didn't say couldn't, OP just seemed to have some doubt and you
Complete thread -- got that by scanning a list of wound care terms I copied from here some time ago...
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it!
Complete thread -- Profore?
Complete thread -- That must be it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Looking for a dressing (wrap) name r/t leg ulcers.
Complete thread -- maxed out? (gave him as much as possible?)
Complete thread -- TY so much!
Complete thread -- VELscope®
Complete thread -- They used a Combitube, gave him epinephrine, bicarb, and "axed out his atropine en
Complete thread -- oral examination. She was examined with a s/l valoscope and this was negative.
Complete thread -- People can certainly have an allergy to fluoride.
Complete thread -- : The patient was placed on the operating table. Right shoulder was prepped and sm
Complete thread -- Where WAS my mind just now? Sorry and thanks.
Complete thread -- Certified Clinical Densitometrist (CCD®) is a professional designation awarded to individu
Complete thread -- but it really sounds like "dexa" thank you that was a very good guess
Complete thread -- densitometrist?
Complete thread -- certified s/l "dexatomatrist" something to do with DEXA scans
Complete thread -- Well, I'm going with it. I can't say I've ever had it listed as an allergy before in all
Complete thread -- No, clearly a begining 'L' sound... I think I may just put in lisinopril and flag it...
Complete thread -- stage IB, T1bN0M0
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- yes I googled but I was looking at it as 2 different names. I was just coming back to sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Just to make sure, I think he was correcting himself - said stage 1BT1BN0M0 sm
Complete thread -- There is benazepril for hypertension.
Complete thread -- Med s/l Lone-aza-pral
Complete thread -- yes, chiming in late on this one.
Complete thread -- Kentucky Medical Board... see link
Complete thread -- How about "Roberto Dosremedios" (did u Google?)
Complete thread -- Roberto M.B. Dos Remedios M.D.
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: s/l fluoride, PENICILLIN, SULFA, BETA-BLOCKERS.
Complete thread -- Yes. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Patient with severe COPD and AECB. I will want to be sure that there has been sputum
Complete thread -- venlafaxine?
Complete thread -- I am trying to find a doctor in Mayfield, Kentucky area s/l Doser Maderis.
Complete thread -- medication in discharge medications. S/l mental flaxine. sm for patient's diagnose.
Complete thread -- *long term lap*..does this seem right?thanks
Complete thread -- peri-. prefix. Definition: 1. around, surrounding. = including the area around
Complete thread -- Check archives (search box) above and type in peri incisional. I didn't have time
Complete thread -- Google greatly favors peri over para, and then look at the quality of the hits to decide.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would put a comma between those 2 words, but looks good to me otherwise
Complete thread -- peri incisional tenderness or para? what would you do?
Complete thread -- did i transcribe correctly? thanks
Complete thread -- awesome, thanks.
Complete thread -- cicatrization ?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- "Examination of the vulva showed some fairly marked atrophic chang ...
Complete thread -- type as dictated - correct as is
Complete thread -- not sure that the the word not in sentence is necessary?
Complete thread -- her husband and she ARE (good grief, that's 2 people), but hooboy, the rest is nonsense
Complete thread -- good idea...another possibility dorsiflexion
Complete thread -- supination?
Complete thread -- steppage gait?
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Too much information. by ISR s/m
Complete thread -- We already covered the definitions and which is more proper.
Complete thread -- biceps, triceps, brachioradialis?
Complete thread -- On exam the patient's sensation is grossly intact to touch. Achilles, patella,
Complete thread -- I looked them both up in One Look and find averse means repugnant which is generally sm
Complete thread -- PT note - "uses quad cane with slight s/l 'sodamection' of the right lower extremity
Complete thread -- Tennessee Department of Health: Controlled Susbtance Database Program
Complete thread -- Tennessee Board of Pharmacy began accepting prescription information into the Controlled S
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I googled "T fracture" and pelvis and found some reliable hits
Complete thread -- maybe Tennessee DEA?? WAG
Complete thread -- maybe Tennessee DEA?? WAG
Complete thread -- Some opinions in archives on this.
Complete thread -- dicated as "slow iron"
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- TennCDA -website
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- LTAC? long-term acute care facility
Complete thread -- adverse" means antagonistic, opposing, harmful, or unfavorable; often it refers to things.
Complete thread -- what was dictated? that's probably what I'd put.
Complete thread -- this pt is averse/adverse to any invasive procedures... TIA
Complete thread -- black facility
Complete thread -- only finding Slow Release Iron. should I add the word release
Complete thread -- I think so. Thank you.
Complete thread -- partial vaginectomy
Complete thread -- sulfasalazine?
Complete thread -- T type
Complete thread -- medication help please
Complete thread -- medication help
Complete thread -- "Patient has been weaned off of her rheumatological medications ex ...
Complete thread -- Just going to flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks so much, learned something new today
Complete thread -- I thought probable sepsis as well. There is no mention of it anywhere
Complete thread -- Hollenhorst plaque
Complete thread -- Hollenhorst
Complete thread -- eye exam s/l hollen horse plaque... google but to no avail
Complete thread -- resuscitation?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help on this. I wasn't thinking that way and it wouldn't have dawned on
Complete thread -- could he be savying, "CT loaded, only a synopsis review; it was ....??
Complete thread -- sepsis
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks. I finally heard "falsely low" clearly and went with it.
Complete thread -- A CT study with a what s/l "synapser" review
Complete thread -- I meant to say, like ulnar nerve entrapment surgery..see link
Complete thread -- sounds like he is referring to ulnar nerve entrapment possibly...I don't
Complete thread -- okay thank you.
Complete thread -- "Ulna trapping" in list of previous surgeries...No other info for this.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Makes sense. Means there isn't anything about the lumps
Complete thread -- a couple of things... what comes to mind is iced saline, but
Complete thread -- Will listen again and check for both suggestions. Thanks!
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- Based on your context and sm's explanation and what you hear, I would
Complete thread -- loratadine?
Complete thread -- ice sealing?
Complete thread -- along 'with' Lorazepam 1 mg? - check out
Complete thread -- that's not what I'm saying, I realize 340 is high for normal range
Complete thread -- P.S. The patient does have new-onset diastolic CHF. Should I go with low?
Complete thread -- I'm not sure, but it sounds more like low than up. I better leave a blank though. Thanks.
Complete thread -- when I looked up the normal range for it, 340 would seem high, not low.
Complete thread -- We will try an antihistamine, Zyrtec, along S/L "lorasiteen 1" to see if
Complete thread -- Can you change began to begun? Not sure what "was brought en route" means? Don't
Complete thread -- Yes. It is showing that 3 is modifying month, not rental.
Complete thread -- falsely low?
Complete thread -- ??falsely up??
Complete thread -- It's this! I was thinking too much on it and it's an ESL
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- 9.9 x 10 to the 7th. I'm sure info is in the archives.
Complete thread -- ?micro-organisms?
Complete thread -- ammonia, carnitine, *profile 17* hydroxybutyric acid were all done
Complete thread -- microanalysis?
Complete thread -- s/l micronation (see more inside)
Complete thread -- A proBNP was 340, but to be noted this patient is morbidly obese with a BMI of 54.25,
Complete thread -- how to type...sm
Complete thread -- I have no idea why I could not hear that! Thanks.
Complete thread -- Alert and oriented x 3
Complete thread -- Affect is normal. Alert and oriented x3.
Complete thread -- History included
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- WAG-wonder if this could be ________ "toe"
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- hear rescue inhaler often
Complete thread -- ? rescue
Complete thread -- I'd type it as you did, no hyphen. Meaning is clear.
Complete thread -- s/l rest inhaler....sm for more
Complete thread -- I have also searched Word Board and find it, but no mention of whether it is a word.
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- nm, you got it. Thanks a bunch.
Complete thread -- found this, not sure it fits though, so coordinate sm
Complete thread -- colitis, status post total...?
Complete thread -- Here are some sample eye surgeries for next time LINK
Complete thread -- s/l coitus test
Complete thread -- Never mind.
Complete thread -- for a three month rental of (hyphen after three?)
Complete thread -- Did send WAV file.
Complete thread -- Patient had ACB x5. Would target be correct as in target vessel or something like
Complete thread -- can you possibly hear vestigial pancolitis???
Complete thread -- Pipelle. I think.
Complete thread -- Osteochondral fracture fragments, synovium, *con drum* sent to pathology, routine
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Again the s/l paypal could not be advanced through the internal os. Endocervical tiss
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- anasarca?
Complete thread -- increase in _____ was seen.
Complete thread -- s/l vessagele pancolitis
Complete thread -- History of "stumble" head and neck ostomy.
Complete thread -- This is all I could find, a little but not much like s/l may be short cutting term?
Complete thread -- flagged.
Complete thread -- new one for me too, guess it means adjust accordingly sm
Complete thread -- Thanks Darlene.
Complete thread -- yep, whiff test (a fish odor) sm
Complete thread -- Nevermind. Once again I found it as soon as I posted.
Complete thread -- (just sharing my list of CEF sounding meds for next time) sm
Complete thread -- Please SM. Positive s/l whiff and clue cells.
Complete thread -- i am finding side effects of ditropan to be dry skin dry mouth, but I'm not hearing it in
Complete thread -- Erythromycin oral suspension, 200 mg/5 mL, 10 mL by mouth every 6 hours x10 da
Complete thread -- Yes, I believe it is. He is really butchering it when he says it though. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sl two row IS likely tubercle yep m
Complete thread -- s/l that seems to keep it to dry (makes no sense so I posted wav.) Thx.
Complete thread -- Is there a s/l?
Complete thread -- wav posted. We have described the risks and side effects of the medication ??????.
Complete thread -- HER-2/neu overexpression?
Complete thread -- s/l urging new over expression
Complete thread -- Thx. It's all how you word it when googling. I tried to search with too sm
Complete thread -- verrucous
Complete thread -- DFA looks like the ticket. see link inside
Complete thread -- Patient with metastatic colorectal cancer receiving chemo. sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Also, google 5-HIAA "* scan" for answer
Complete thread -- octreotide?
Complete thread -- may suggest an *atria type* scan as well.
Complete thread -- 3. LEFT-SIDED HYPOPHARYNGEAL CANCER status post radiation treatment fo ...
Complete thread -- Fantabulous! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- egophony?
Complete thread -- ? alteplase Went to drugs.com and typed in alt and this
Complete thread -- pseudomotor ?
Complete thread -- neck pain with radicular symptoms (ESL)
Complete thread -- Patient has a CVA - received *atelpace* in the ER. ??
Complete thread -- he dictated another surgical procedure and he said tubercle. thanks!
Complete thread -- patient had a hernia repair with mesh. see message. s/l *two row*
Complete thread -- please see msg.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Sounds much better than umbilicals I heard :)
Complete thread -- ? vesicles - check spelling, no coffee yet
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks. Can't quite hear the beginning of the word.
Complete thread -- I would have to flag. All other meds are pain meds so possibly
Complete thread -- Thank you, both.
Complete thread -- I'm with you. I don't know the answer, but to me, it would seem likely
Complete thread -- As Lotrel is used for high blood pressure would think that's most likely the right drug
Complete thread -- Patient is status post 2 cervical fusions.
Complete thread -- gentamicin and cefoxitin.
Complete thread -- Ampicillin, gentamycin and s/l cefoxipam was added today for group B strep.tx
Complete thread -- cant verify s/l MLET or MALT
Complete thread -- You're probably not going to believe this, but OMG
Complete thread -- radiculopathy
Complete thread -- ?muscle cone
Complete thread -- ophtha
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Good point. I can't imaging telling my supervisor, "POI said it was ok"
Complete thread -- Trovafloxacin? Although he says "floxin" at the end.
Complete thread -- I did qualify it with ok! :)
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- okay, I must look "tidey" at the schregs.
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- fainting feelings.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- (hehe, I agree, mighty weird.) hmmmmmm
Complete thread -- Well, a lot of people do take flaxseed and milk thistle and it is
Complete thread -- one more-can't hear the wav anymore, but the last sentence should
Complete thread -- the rest is ok as you have it
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ventricular end diastolic- sorry, spoke too soon before
Complete thread -- wait..no
Complete thread -- ventricular AND diastolic
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (hehe, I agree, mighty weird.) hmmmmmm
Complete thread -- I pretty much agree with you across the board there.
Complete thread -- the 137/110 should be 187/110
Complete thread -- you made me listen again, but I still think green. You are
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- I thought it said "grain food", lol. Either way, kind of weird.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- you, will listen again.
Complete thread -- oro-glossal
Complete thread -- green food is correct, it means green leafy food like lettuce
Complete thread -- Sensipar...
Complete thread -- To: "Dr. Cathleen Colon-Emeric"
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- nasopharyngeal carcinoma
Complete thread -- polypharmacy
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- double check, but I think the ; goes after the " sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- what does it sound like to you?
Complete thread -- okay.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- add POP-Q to your search for more info
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- "She still has cystocele with *point Ba* coming down to the level ...
Complete thread -- radiculopathies?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- so, medial and lateral malleoli markers, or medial and lateral malleolus markers?
Complete thread -- radiculopathies?
Complete thread -- "multiple rib fractures" not "multiple ribs fractures."
Complete thread -- thanks for the help. ...
Complete thread -- .
Complete thread -- thank you, kaz,
Complete thread -- (hmm., so What IS the meaning here,.
Complete thread -- Respectfully disagree, Mgt. As it stands, this is a run-on sentence, IMO.
Complete thread -- I'd put a period after "there" instead of a comma with no comma after
Complete thread -- I cannot see why not. I realize it is a complex sentence, with a complex meaning......
Complete thread -- Thanks! I didn't realize that.
Complete thread -- thanks - I just learned a new word ...
Complete thread -- . She had also moved to Tennessee and had a neurologist in Tennessee a ...
Complete thread -- good one. btw, cs, you don't need to put anything in the message box here.
Complete thread -- did you? if so, thanks. If not, then bb, would you please obliterate/obfuscate, content I
Complete thread -- chiropody, British for "podiatry" nm
Complete thread -- May she rest in peace!!
Complete thread -- Your friend might not appreciate her e-mail addy being
Complete thread -- s/l coropitee - no idea???
Complete thread -- I'm VERY sorry for having confused a thread. My goal is to help threads flow."see y'all."
Complete thread -- No problem. nm
Complete thread -- (sorry! I was greatly agitated, but I intended the content go only to my friends.
Complete thread -- seems to be a copy/paste mistake. don't worry about it; it's not related to your post.
Complete thread -- passed. nm
Complete thread -- Huh? nm
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- here's a really good pic of what's going on...
Complete thread -- To: "Dr. Cathleen Colon-Emeric" <colon001@mc.duke.edu>To:
Complete thread -- oh, it's Mgt. well, I guess you -do- know how many rami in total, lol.
Complete thread -- i am only a person, here. I call upon my friends, Lori? ?? et al,...Lori et al...
Complete thread -- Excuse me. I though you were the OP and hoped she would try it herself. I didn't
Complete thread -- fracture vs. fractureS is the real issue here.
Complete thread -- what was dictated?
Complete thread -- s/l Tee-CO study, ovarian cancer stage III (apparently a chemo trial?) nm
Complete thread -- do you know that rule about using singular as adjective? rib pain instead of ribs pain?
Complete thread -- you got a pic that doesn't happen to label the superior ramus.
Complete thread -- You can easily GOOGLE pictures. see link
Complete thread -- hmmm? do you know how many rami are on each side? how many in total?
Complete thread -- thanks. Not sure what you mean. Ramus is right?
Complete thread -- hmmm...inferior and superior pubic ramus fracture on the R side.
Complete thread -- better to thank nm below, I just looked up what she posted.
Complete thread -- rami or ramus?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I googled several ways but wasn't coming up with anything.
Complete thread -- so what is s/l saio and _____?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- NASCET Criteria for Carotid Stenosis...
Complete thread -- ?seeing NASCET on google. I didn't check further.
Complete thread -- s/l natsit flow SM
Complete thread -- cryo? what's the blank sound like?
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- 2 Verbrugge? I did not verify spelling
Complete thread -- I'd just turn it around. low-attenuation lesion that is too small to
Complete thread -- Femur fracture and ORIF surgery sm
Complete thread -- There is a too-small-to-characterize low attenuation lesion . .
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- incomplete
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Stedman's Lab shows PPD purified protein derivative (PPD skin test shown with it)
Complete thread -- patient has positive PPD (history of TB in family). This is in the diagnosis and I
Complete thread -- last wave, please help. thank you
Complete thread -- thanks nm
Complete thread -- He has briefly mentioned it to?
Complete thread -- another wav please
Complete thread -- LOL. No kidding.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks much
Complete thread -- cough; see link inside
Complete thread -- calf rebound
Complete thread -- sorry.. caps P2
Complete thread -- p2 is normally split (he says 'splitting')?
Complete thread -- P2 ? split. I think. bad audio.
Complete thread -- Don't forget, he only does one job every now and then when he feels like it, so he
Complete thread -- pls help with
Complete thread -- Brucie! You're still around and still haven't learned anatomy or how to look things up!
Complete thread -- "The patient ate some tripe soup and felt sick soon after." Makes
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- cat bite
Complete thread -- s/l *kap-eye*... Any guesses? Thanks
Complete thread -- ahh..semimembranous muscle, so this spelling is adjective form.
Complete thread -- semimembranosus medical dictionary
Complete thread -- I hear that too. Maybe just like throwing a snowball, except she
Complete thread -- my dictionary even has it spelled semimembranous
Complete thread -- semimembranosus
Complete thread -- Hmmm. Doc is ESL. I DID listen hard for that, but . . . I'm gonna do it! THANKS!!!
Complete thread -- semimembranousus
Complete thread -- MRI OF KNEE . . semi-memenosis tendons? Yikes!
Complete thread -- I just wish there was a *Wait! I take it back button* lol
Complete thread -- that was *my bad*. I thought there was a ____ question and
Complete thread -- what's her diagnosis, or what are they specifically trying to rule out?
Complete thread -- Prometheus is a lab that specializes in things like celiac and IBD testing?
Complete thread -- not close to your s/l, but all i can think of is immunoglobulin A.
Complete thread -- see comment above. i posted in the wrong place.
Complete thread -- You thought you found it in all caps?
Complete thread -- it's not an acronym. it's short for coagulation, so just coag profile.
Complete thread -- Not sure, this is the first doc I've done to use the shortened form, and...
Complete thread -- don't know s/l, but why is "COAG" capped?
Complete thread -- I take it back! You're absolutely right.
Complete thread -- GI consult - listing labs - "s/l Promaverin A" - see inside for context
Complete thread -- OOps, hit enter. For some reason, the Wav wasn't playing for me, so I then posted a
Complete thread -- Thanks, I'll have to relisten to see if any of your ideas work
Complete thread -- Thank you both - I have been doing this for years and never
Complete thread -- Margaret! I didn't know you were ESL! *kidding*
Complete thread -- Redicollar è la risposta più appropriata all'esigenza di sostegno del capo in tutti i casi
Complete thread -- Ooops -- It's Mauriceau-Smellie-Veit (nm)
Complete thread -- Mauriceau-Smellie-Veit maneuver - double check spelling
Complete thread -- Mariceau for first s/l?
Complete thread -- hmmme... i'll try it. thanks! ...
Complete thread -- nope. but that WOULD make sense. :) ...
Complete thread -- i just happened across it trying to hear the breast one again (had a "click"
Complete thread -- Breech presentation c-section sm
Complete thread -- didn't know there was a wav, but it does sound like she is
Complete thread -- learning trying to throw a (chalk?) at her dad...
Complete thread -- Redicollar è la risposta più appropriata all'esigenza di sostegno del capo in tutti i casi
Complete thread -- rigid?
Complete thread -- Reticollar?
Complete thread -- or maybe catch up *with* her dad?
Complete thread -- catch up to her dad?
Complete thread -- Expression that sounds like "search hawk at".
Complete thread -- She had microcephaly IN in the original post. just use some common sense.
Complete thread -- I guess I just missed the AND in the original post. I wanted
Complete thread -- NO. I think he says microcephaly AND . because he says past
Complete thread -- Lyrica (pregabalin)
Complete thread -- preaglubin
Complete thread -- at least i don't feel quite so daft
Complete thread -- What? You think he wanted it to say microcephaly in her femur?
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't find anything more.
Complete thread -- Bowel sounds are active, there are s/l aciotic areas about the peri-umbilical area an
Complete thread -- no period. he dictated past medical AND surgical history, so he obviously
Complete thread -- neither sound right. later on he says something which s/l
Complete thread -- sclerotic?
Complete thread -- nothing whatsoever.
Complete thread -- I hear *detritus _______* of both breasts. Was there anything
Complete thread -- a cyanotic area? ecchymotic area?
Complete thread -- s/l accyotic area about the abdomen is problematic
Complete thread -- don't know if breast wav was listened to, see below
Complete thread -- I think it is "Right femur ORIF. *open reduction-internal fixation*
Complete thread -- According to enclosed link, it has spellcheck -- not sure about grammar. (sm)
Complete thread -- old granulomatous disease
Complete thread -- s/l OGD
Complete thread -- Does what has what? What? No clue here
Complete thread -- I'm hearing the wav about the breasts from below.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- *maybe* hearing "for a wheeze" at the end of it
Complete thread -- have posted a wav
Complete thread -- No clue. He needs to get his kids out of the room when he dictates!!!
Complete thread -- thanx ...
Complete thread -- maybe we better have more context?
Complete thread -- maybe the word upper is also wrong s/l apperth
Complete thread -- lungs are clear with only ____. she is on oxygen
Complete thread -- Peustow
Complete thread -- upper what of both beasts? sentence makes no sense
Complete thread -- intercanthal distance is intensely bigger than the width of the eye, is called telecanthus
Complete thread -- s/l ? pursto ? s/m
Complete thread -- s/l dutitionous upper of both breasts
Complete thread -- odd. microcephaly = the head circumference is smaller than standard, so
Complete thread -- microcephaly and s/l "tenacampus" ...
Complete thread -- aphthous ulcer(s)?
Complete thread -- Not very clear to me either ! Doctor is Pediatric Otolaryngolog ...
Complete thread -- Her past medical and surgical history are significant for microcephaly ...
Complete thread -- pole of what?
Complete thread -- what part of body?
Complete thread -- She has a small healing s/l alfus ulcer at the left superior pole. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. Had that first and then changed.
Complete thread -- Dr. X list, nephrologist, for dialysis.
Complete thread -- Once I took out boot in the search and went LCD ankle, it popped right up.
Complete thread -- I'll be darned. It really did sound like LCD. Glad this report is taking forever!
Complete thread -- wav file, nephrology or to be followed for?
Complete thread -- acdaca...there is an LCD ankle-foot orthotic..see link for picture..could be
Complete thread -- Thanks. I would have been ok, just over thought the whole darn thing.
Complete thread -- The patient has been off all her hyperglycemic medication...
Complete thread -- Same guy. Is it hyperglycemics or hypo? Normally hear anti-hyper so I have confused
Complete thread -- It has to be. He is in extremities and talking edema. Just was not sure if there was an
Complete thread -- Going with SCD, thanks
Complete thread -- I would think you could tell by context if SCD was correct.
Complete thread -- I think this is it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Agree with this.
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- She is afebrile, anicteric. ?
Complete thread -- Is there an LCD boot? He has a pretty severe accent and SCD is probably correct.
Complete thread -- disoriented to day and time. ... not sure on the other.
Complete thread -- multi-filament orthopaedic cable, Dall-Miles was introduced by Stryker
Complete thread -- Dall-Miles
Complete thread -- Woops - S/l dullmiles ...
Complete thread -- WAV file. Can't tell if eyes are round and icteric, skin brown and icteric?
Complete thread -- no s/l? wav? what?
Complete thread -- Orthopedics, anyone? status post left hip hemi-arthroplasty and place ...
Complete thread -- also pansinusitis one word
Complete thread -- pansinusitis is 1 word. left sinus
Complete thread -- inspissated material
Complete thread -- CT scan shows pan sinusitis with "inpissated interior-ial in the left sue-nis"
Complete thread -- proctosigmoidoscopy (PROK-toh-sig-moy-DOS-koh-pee). Examination of the lower colon using a
Complete thread -- s/l proctosigmoid tropphy?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- found safe for discharge. ... severe volume loss left A1 segment. ...
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- thanks for trying :)
Complete thread -- should be FDG-avid mass; (I think the OP took your suggestion for a real answer) sm
Complete thread -- sorry could not get the drugs
Complete thread -- "baby's first name is 'baby girl' " Really?
Complete thread -- FH: NAD?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- finally found it: ARRT = Adult Rapid Response Team
Complete thread -- in rural Arizona
Complete thread -- please help with name of place, mp3
Complete thread -- pls help with posted wav
Complete thread -- thanx. That's what i did.
Complete thread -- Would leave a blank or flag it as makes no sense to me.
Complete thread -- It's quite possible, but it's a really awkward way to say it. I've typed many reports
Complete thread -- s/l...
Complete thread -- wav sent
Complete thread -- s/l R and IUI. Infertility workup/treatment
Complete thread -- also googled ARRT, AART, ARTT so far.
Complete thread -- meant with NO history of sexual assault/domestic violence dictated.
Complete thread -- I did find this in relation to the USAF, but don't think that would be applicable to above
Complete thread -- s/l ART team, Art Team? (NCMC in Colorado)
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- sorry, meant syndeSmosis.
Complete thread -- syndemosis?
Complete thread -- Hearing something that s/l synostosis and osmosis mixed together...
Complete thread -- poor circulation?
Complete thread -- sounds like "blasic sign" to me, but nothing on google
Complete thread -- think there might be "sign" before the negative? ____ sign negative. ??
Complete thread -- thanks, but not quite hearing that.
Complete thread -- Brudzinski?
Complete thread -- MP3. Negative/normal neuro exam on PE.
Complete thread -- And actually she never says Amaryl. It is EMLA.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- Agree with poi.
Complete thread -- EMLA (Eutectic Mixture of Local Anesthetic) all caps.
Complete thread -- she changed her mind, she wants you to take out darken and put in discoloration
Complete thread -- darkened discoloration
Complete thread -- I found an Emla cream.
Complete thread -- It goes right from Flonase p.r.n. to Amaryl p.r.n. , no word(s)
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Oh duh I missed that you had that one.
Complete thread -- Flonase p.r.n.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- ? What?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks affect/effect sometimes gives me trouble
Complete thread -- Didn't hear anything but I've heard Taxol and cisplatin chemo...before.
Complete thread -- the FTG added mass was very clearly stated, but I cannot
Complete thread -- YES, EFFECT means cause generally; affect refers to impingment on
Complete thread -- Yes. JMHO.
Complete thread -- nothing there so try again
Complete thread -- grammar help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- looks fine to me, no blank
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- you shouldn't use caps, unless Port-A-Cath IMO
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening!
Complete thread -- That's what I was wondering if you hear Port-A-"Catheter" and extending...
Complete thread -- if your account is verbatim, he does say port-a-catheter
Complete thread -- Port-A-Cath is the trademarked name. not cather? extended in the
Complete thread -- MP3 help with ESL doctor. Just want a double check. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Whether this represented the actual . ... ... versus colonization
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- Good grief. She is saying Gas-X
Complete thread -- Med-- s/l ga fex Patient has elevated blood sugar and astigmatism.
Complete thread -- Even simply googleing renal caps gave you an answer....
Complete thread -- thanx ...
Complete thread -- Thanks very much, BillyBob. I sure appreciate this site!
Complete thread -- http://www.google.com/images?hl=en&rls=com.microsoft:en-us&rlz=1I7GGLL_en&q=renal-caps&um=
Complete thread -- In list of medications: s/l renal caps ...
Complete thread -- of the cecum and extensive
Complete thread -- to be yeast-like, with some area,
Complete thread -- MP3 help with ESL doctor. Not quite getting one place. Thanks!
Complete thread -- 19-1/7 weeks,
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- (he)has waste to his extremities. (he)is quite thin.
Complete thread -- NM, have other blanks, just going to flag.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- The patient had for a year *pro cray dian* weakness in both legs.
Complete thread -- caused by:
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, I didn't even think to try K words *too tired* :)
Complete thread -- thats it
Complete thread -- TY ...
Complete thread -- yes it is cephalic presentation.
Complete thread -- Kuglen
Complete thread -- honeycombing --sm
Complete thread -- honeycomb
Complete thread -- severe interstitial lung disease and [s/l hemicroming] appearance. ...
Complete thread -- are you sure about that normocephalic presentation? I am
Complete thread -- 19-weeks 1-day, anterior placenta, IMO
Complete thread -- Official ultrasound revealed a single viable infant at 19 and 1 anterior plus sm
Complete thread -- Capsin (capsaicin topical)?
Complete thread -- Instrument question dislocated IOL-s/l Coughlin hook?
Complete thread -- CMP
Complete thread -- s/l kapsen
Complete thread -- CSP CBC within normal limits. CSP? (laboratory)
Complete thread -- Not sure...I'd better flag. Thanks for the suggestion!
Complete thread -- good one :-)
Complete thread -- WAG... "Robitussin extended release"?
Complete thread -- thank you! A1C was a typo error! thanks for pointing it out.
Complete thread -- Yes, this is more in line with what I hear. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Thanks, thanks, thanks!!
Complete thread -- nvm. 3 of us, including me, heard the same thing.
Complete thread -- wag: PVCs?
Complete thread -- PVCs?..nm
Complete thread -- *radio thera, uh, release* 2 teaspoonfuls q.6 hours p.r.n. Doc is giving
Complete thread -- PVC's
Complete thread -- lol. really. (re: his location) what comes after the blank text-wise?
Complete thread -- consistencies...it is common to use thin, then thicker, barium
Complete thread -- MP3 help with ESL doctor on airplane. (one blank)
Complete thread -- reviewed that she is on the cusp in terms of
Complete thread -- I reviewed that she is on the cusp..
Complete thread -- Thanks to both for your suggestion. Will go back and listen for that. (A very long note.)
Complete thread -- Thanks again!
Complete thread -- haven't listened yet, but think that should be A1c (as in hemoglobin A1c), not AIC.
Complete thread -- Okay, that makes sense.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- agree, heard lobular too
Complete thread -- changes 'in' the right lung base
Complete thread -- sent wav. Patient with gestational diabetes with high AIC. I reviewed the __ in terms
Complete thread -- lobular?
Complete thread -- localized?
Complete thread -- well, here are some ideas for that, but like I said, I can't hear it again at this point
Complete thread -- MP3 help with same ESL doctor (one blank)
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone who came to my rescue!! I have a couple more coming if you're willing...
Complete thread -- the MP3 is cutting off for me now, ending after just a little after "fungal," so I
Complete thread -- The note is over 11 minutes too!
Complete thread -- What about "atypical epithelioid cells?"
Complete thread -- Someone needs to tell him about the sound quality; that's ridiculous,
Complete thread -- contrast agent ?
Complete thread -- I'm hearing epithelioid, too, but something right before it...
Complete thread -- maybe "pooling of all barium contrast seen within the..."?
Complete thread -- I know--makes it challenging! He'll complain, too, if I'm not accurate.
Complete thread -- I have doctors that talk like that all the time.
Complete thread -- 2nd to me s/l inflammatory cells
Complete thread -- Barium swallow showed pooling of all barium *cons-tenses* within piriform sinuses.
Complete thread -- 2.) wag: epithelioid? (see link)
Complete thread -- Turned up the volume and does s/l hyphal. Thanks!! Arrggg he's under my skin...
Complete thread -- epithelial even...*darn spell-checker*
Complete thread -- LOL I was way off.. :-) ignore the above
Complete thread -- honey*something* for the first one?
Complete thread -- #2 epithelial ?
Complete thread -- 1.) hyphal? (jees, where is he, out skydiving at the same time?)
Complete thread -- 1. hyphal fungal?
Complete thread -- can't be as it is follwed by another verb 'is' later
Complete thread -- Has waste to the extremities?
Complete thread -- MP3 help with ESL doctor.
Complete thread -- waist?
Complete thread -- WAG....wasting?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Thanks nmkpll. I appreciate the grammar lesson! Thanks for explaining.
Complete thread -- oh me oh my, thank you
Complete thread -- thanks hcloke, I agree with you, close enough.
Complete thread -- Seroquel
Complete thread -- yea it was pretty clear. thanks for your help
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- agreed
Complete thread -- with
Complete thread -- cyanocobalamine maybe?
Complete thread -- On med list. s/l *sign o ball a meen* 1000 mcg IV weekly
Complete thread -- Should be a period or semicolon before "however" because there is (sm)
Complete thread -- I think someone is pulling "our" leg here. LOL, or is it pushing our leg :D
Complete thread -- with hyphen per The Gregg Reference Manual. When a compound adjective (sm)
Complete thread -- With, as this is an adjective with a participle and gets the hyphen
Complete thread -- WAG... slightly unacceptable manner" maybe not as good as wanted but they got the problem
Complete thread -- The patient was admitted to a PON bed.
Complete thread -- so "a" isn't there?
Complete thread -- Patient had intractable pain and was admitted to PON bed. It's initials.
Complete thread -- w/o, not directly modifying bilious-appearing output, but output is
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- more context plz, what is patient's problem? is that the initials/or word?
Complete thread -- I'd just use a comma.
Complete thread -- The patient was admitted to a s/l *P-O-N* bed.
Complete thread -- yep, a comma is entirely sufficient.
Complete thread -- podiatry question."maintained in a slightly s/l *flexible* or *selectable* manner?
Complete thread -- Thank you! I think that is it.
Complete thread -- .. or a hyphen with a space before and after
Complete thread -- Oops, I see the same question was just asked below! LOL. Thanks!
Complete thread -- use a dash (two hyphens or a hyphen)
Complete thread -- Sounds like he's running segmented neutrophils together so that
Complete thread -- You could also just spell out "eighty"
Complete thread -- I would probably use "at"
Complete thread -- What word would I put between these two numbers so they're not next to each other?
Complete thread -- Please listen to wav -Thank you!
Complete thread -- paravermal?
Complete thread -- go with above
Complete thread -- 70/30 is the mix .. s/l
Complete thread -- 70/30, 50 units b.i.d.
Complete thread -- is mine acceptable? the 70/30 units, 50 units ?? or not?
Complete thread -- 70/30 fifty units? JMO
Complete thread -- thinking it should be like...
Complete thread -- Novolin 70/30 50 units bid how would I type; is there something between 70/30 and 50?
Complete thread -- parafalcine?
Complete thread -- On CT, he has a minimal anterior "paraflex" subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Complete thread -- Thank you both, very much.
Complete thread -- decerebrate
Complete thread -- decerebrate?
Complete thread -- s/l deserverate
Complete thread -- low-grade?
Complete thread -- s/l ? loren? s/m
Complete thread -- packing?
Complete thread -- another possible is TVU for transvaginal ultrasound
Complete thread -- was the ADU clear? maybe saying 3DU for three-dimensional ultrasound?
Complete thread -- s/l ADU? sono.
Complete thread -- pain in the rectum?
Complete thread -- polyp?
Complete thread -- Tp has diarrhea with "paden" in the rectum. Will obtian a flex-sig. Thanks
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- yeah, your lead helped me help the helper (acdaca) LOL
Complete thread -- good teamwork, Mgt's fan. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Think that is it! Wonderful. Thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- I like that, thanks
Complete thread -- obviously.. ignore this one please
Complete thread -- due to fatty panniculus?
Complete thread -- manicular striae noted is what I hear. Manicular not being a word, so it is close to that
Complete thread -- ah. I went searching for normoscaphic, like scaphoid, which didn't make sense with the
Complete thread -- go with above helper; "due to *something*" for the blank
Complete thread -- I have samples. This is out of the ordinary for him. He never varies on his norm until
Complete thread -- He started to say normocephalic but changed to protuberant.
Complete thread -- ? Protuberant ___ panniculus? Striae noted.
Complete thread -- (something before Protuberant isn't there?) Striae noted. Normal bowel sounds...
Complete thread -- hard to manipulate?
Complete thread -- She has abdominal pain and an 11-month infant.
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- It makes sense as is. I'd leave it.
Complete thread -- help_grammar
Complete thread -- No epistaxis?
Complete thread -- right, thanks. just realized that below.
Complete thread -- now I'm thinking she meant 20 kcal/ounce. just blanking the measurement, forget it.
Complete thread -- 20 kilocalories per ounce.
Complete thread -- never mind. brain just kicked in. no way could it be 20 kg, derp.
Complete thread -- Formula 20 kg/ounce? should that be ounces/kg?
Complete thread -- s/l ? pitaxises? s/m
Complete thread -- Oh when he repeated it later I got it high-grade stenosis
Complete thread -- You know I just can't hear that, sounds like an H sound but thanks much
Complete thread -- 4x4 Kling, change daily and p.r.n.
Complete thread -- listen for mitral stenosis.
Complete thread -- Dr. Brown noted a significant carotid bruit on the right side, sent in for an ultraso
Complete thread -- 4 x 4 wrap, Kling...
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- If patient had anemia conjunctivae would be pale. Cyanosis also
Complete thread -- Wound Care: Clean with DWC, cover with 4 x4 ? rough Kling.
Complete thread -- WAV
Complete thread -- maybe is neck masses? -sm
Complete thread -- HEAD AND NECK: No icterus, anemia or cyanosis. Normal pupils and EOM ...
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- FYI-CDS II
Complete thread -- possession of CDS II (controlled dangerous substance)
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- you might have been onto something with this...
Complete thread -- I forget to say check page 3, it has a chart
Complete thread -- here is another link if you want to research it more, but
Complete thread -- If you're still looking, thanks, but going to flag this. I've taken enough of your time.
Complete thread -- Keep locating this: D13S1698
Complete thread -- He says each individually and very clearly.
Complete thread -- were those numbers clearly stated individually or 1,698?
Complete thread -- Hi, I just posted to you--we crossed messages--basically saying the same thing.
Complete thread -- Sorry to bother you, but I still don't see how I should type the sequence.
Complete thread -- having trouble verifying the sequencing numbers you have..sorry
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping! Appreciate the link.
Complete thread -- here is a good link...check it out in regards to your sequencing
Complete thread -- archives show it pronounced as "braka" so you're probably right.
Complete thread -- BRCA1 is correct.
Complete thread -- Patient with recurrent ovarian cancer. Not sure on two areas...
Complete thread -- Technically, we (helpers) are transcribing his medical reports because he can't
Complete thread -- Subject is range (singular) and takes a singular verb.
Complete thread -- Its all the sex and drugs that make them so smart. ;)
Complete thread -- Range of motion through the elbows was equal bilaterally . was? ...
Complete thread -- are you saying that you are transcribing medical reports??? And, you are 12 years old?
Complete thread -- I agree, but poi is not a pedophile so go away, little one.
Complete thread -- right :) by that time they start F___ing and doing drugs. ...
Complete thread -- Thank you, it's tinea pedis
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- as to whichever they are arising from,
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Really? Hmm, 7th graders are much smarter here in America.
Complete thread -- tinea pedis then, probably
Complete thread -- it's on the dorsum of his foot and ankle ...
Complete thread -- Where is this rash? On the head? tinea capitis
Complete thread -- dermatitis?
Complete thread -- s/l teniputis s/m
Complete thread -- The patient has excoriated erythematous raised rash, some aspect of sa ...
Complete thread -- we are just starters, i am studying in 7th grade, i am 12 year old. ...
Complete thread -- hey
Complete thread -- well, that makes sense. thanks.
Complete thread -- Sweaty bread, from what the person the other night was saying
Complete thread -- a-hole, to put it nicely. It's big in India apparently
Complete thread -- ah, must be "airhead," judging from below post.
Complete thread -- Uh, this person was here last night saying FU AH too.
Complete thread -- I don't believe I have ever helped someone that said AH or FU
Complete thread -- This is the same person who wanted your number earlier, lol.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- do you know what AH is?
Complete thread -- For starters, the ones that call people here AH and say FU
Complete thread -- does try and wear contact lenses
Complete thread -- what's AH?
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- 5-foot 10-inch tall (no hyphen between foot and 10)
Complete thread -- I give 100/100 for POI
Complete thread -- Can you tell which ones are being jerks? I can't. All should
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I feel for them; they are being exploited, yet the potential finished product is
Complete thread -- man, poi, I don't know why you keep helping these jerks.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no, i am not Yoda, i am Osama :) ...
Complete thread -- 1. nutritionist 2. them to continue to check
Complete thread -- It makes sense to me, his blood pressure was low, so they
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- can't you figure out the difference between Name box and Subject box, Yoda?
Complete thread -- other business to do, go and get a life :)
Complete thread -- Mr. Airhead No 1
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- Wait, now wondering if she's fitting *hemoglobin* A1c in there ??
Complete thread -- I hear: We rediscussed our (her?) goal A1c of less than 7%...
Complete thread -- Sure sounds like diabetes podiatrist to me.
Complete thread -- If you use pound, you need the hyphen, as in 185-pound male.
Complete thread -- Wondering what offshore MTs are being paid to learn English on the job :(
Complete thread -- help me pls
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- oops. also should be pound and not pounds right? thanks.
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but thanks.
Complete thread -- in this instance it would be inch and not inches right? verbatim acct.
Complete thread -- patient remained s/l "flat" with IV hydration.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- i tried going there but my computer keeps kicking me out when I try. that is why i came
Complete thread -- sm I edited very slightly
Complete thread -- onelook.com is a dictionary site. It includes Dorland's.
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- is there a such thing as brachioplexus or is it 2 words? not finding it as one.
Complete thread -- i cannot add the (on) part but it looks great!
Complete thread -- ?sm
Complete thread -- verbatim acct - is it me or does the first sentence seem to be missing something?
Complete thread -- ohhhmg
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It certainly could be. If you would like help though, you
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- hi - what is your question? Exacerbation of REM sleep?
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- medication *trazodone* = reaction?; comma after infection
Complete thread -- IPG is a battery-powered neurostimulator encased in a titanium housing
Complete thread -- worrisome?--but then the following sentence would be off
Complete thread -- S/b it isn't.
Complete thread -- Just a funny. I was looking up a type of wedge and found
Complete thread -- I've no idea, but trazodone certainly sounds out of place there.
Complete thread -- Never mind.
Complete thread -- electrode placement for deep brain stimulation s/l "painting" battery placement.
Complete thread -- trazodone or infection definitely could be s/l "worse of" levodopa
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- so just like you have it. I would put a comma after ala -IMO
Complete thread -- oh....I get it now, he made a new nasal ala Neo-new, right-RT
Complete thread -- I posted a WAV on this.
Complete thread -- nasal dorsum, nasal ala?
Complete thread -- The forehead flap was then sutured into position using interrupted 5-0 chromic catgut
Complete thread -- shoot...you already got my *number*...you got me to look that up for you! lol
Complete thread -- you got yahoo chat ?
Complete thread -- give me your number :)
Complete thread -- even more hits eye box MRI
Complete thread -- google eyebox MRI
Complete thread -- s/l eye-box
Complete thread -- see the link and message
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- WAG-piercing?
Complete thread -- solid and hemorrhagic fluid?
Complete thread -- you need normal-appearing. which appeared to be filled with ...?
Complete thread -- which appeared to be *sell did* hemorrhagic fluid
Complete thread -- s/l short of miriam muh-geez
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- technically. no you can't.
Complete thread -- s/l perconomy scar
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- suggest setting right leg off from left leg by use of a semicolon
Complete thread -- Unless the patient has ca, Epogen would not be indicated
Complete thread -- s/l b o t
Complete thread -- thanks. this one makes more sense
Complete thread -- Really, why are you confusing the OP cuz inches are measured in 12ths and never in 10ths
Complete thread -- or maybe --sm
Complete thread -- post reconstruction for breast cancer?
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- i hear: We will place him on Ecotrin 325 mg daily...
Complete thread -- Thanks, I keep finding that too.
Complete thread -- There's Sulfatrim DS.
Complete thread -- Med help - sm
Complete thread -- Epogen?
Complete thread -- We will place him on _____ 25 mg daily for DVT prophylaxis
Complete thread -- yea, i hear that, too. thank you both
Complete thread -- Since when? it is not common where I work or have worked, nor common
Complete thread -- The tradeoffs are?
Complete thread -- I've changed it from one to another so many times it's not funny. That does it.
Complete thread -- "We talked about hypopigmentation..." is what I hear
Complete thread -- technically, you can use 2.5 on domestic measures but absolutely not the other way around
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- I can tell you paralysis is more common..*in my experience*
Complete thread -- lol...that is probably why he is saying it wrong. *resident*
Complete thread -- give-way?
Complete thread -- That's a good point. Thanks poi. Only thing I thought of is that some doctors do
Complete thread -- s/l gateway weakness
Complete thread -- It's not a matter of "better", it is a matter of which is correct.
Complete thread -- according to dictionary paresis is partial paralysis, so I would
Complete thread -- paresis
Complete thread -- a 1-1/2-inch wound
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- He's saying this again in assessment/plan and both times says PARIASIS. Which would you
Complete thread -- is he trying to shorten amoxicillin and something else? I'd flag that mess especially
Complete thread -- s/l amox and zee OR amoxinzee
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "paresis" but actually a combination of paralysis and paresis. Lol
Complete thread -- paralysis
Complete thread -- Diaphragmatic "trysis" on the left.
Complete thread -- procedure? body part?
Complete thread -- placed the *flap and row* attachment
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- perhaps pyloric hospital is pyloric stenosis
Complete thread -- Thanks. Apparently when I copied and pasted it I left part out. Sorry
Complete thread -- it does seem like stuff is being left out
Complete thread -- "the risks of planned procedures of pyloromyotomy as well as circumcision" BUT
Complete thread -- see message for suggested changes
Complete thread -- There is Quinaglute (generic quinidine)..see link
Complete thread -- What you have written in your post makes no sense whatsoever.
Complete thread -- The patient was admitted to the hospital and underwent some resuscitation and sm
Complete thread -- She is allergic only to "quinn-a-glutes"
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks.
Complete thread -- agree... peritoneal signs
Complete thread -- s/l they cannot draw blood back, so the line is not working. sounds good
Complete thread -- peritoneal signs?
Complete thread -- That was my thought but not what I was hearing. Hopefully he'll let me know.
Complete thread -- This is usually where I hear hepatosplenomegaly or organomegaly?
Complete thread -- isometry?
Complete thread -- Abdomen: Soft, nontender, nondistended. No "pair-nee-uhl-soj". She has positive bowel
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- The knee was then flexed through several cycles of
Complete thread -- Central venous line, one of the lumens is s/l undrawable?
Complete thread -- Thank you very much. I had no idea.
Complete thread -- Found RUmel, probably this.
Complete thread -- flaccid?
Complete thread -- the remains of the *an tay* were removed with a *major*curette.
Complete thread -- erythromycin and eggs... eggs are important to note as some vaccine have egg derivitive,
Complete thread -- Pt had a stroke 6 years ago leaving her with "plossid" paralysis on her right as
Complete thread -- Erythromycin eggs? Ever heard of this?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- desiccated? (dried up)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- A 5-French catheter was placed proximal *distending thisand a side-to-side AV fistula
Complete thread -- s/l mel tourniquet
Complete thread -- turned quiescent? (getting better maybe)
Complete thread -- aqueous??
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- cannulated using a small plastic cannula? He might have
Complete thread -- s/l ache-re-us
Complete thread -- largest one was *canned in the small plast* was cannulated
Complete thread -- limited to the midline *and turned de crescent*
Complete thread -- Veramyst nasal spray. She is on _____ with normal saline
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- studies? huh? sorry, Studios
Complete thread -- maybe Ralph Nader CBS studies Fairfax
Complete thread -- I think my question was answered below. thanks
Complete thread -- CBS studios? Beverly and Fairfax, Los Angeles (sm)
Complete thread -- Is the trademarked company the only one that makes testing
Complete thread -- According to Vera Pyle's "Current Medical Terminology," it should be capitalized.
Complete thread -- The patient was at the s/l *Nadar CBC studios* on Fairfax yesterday af ...
Complete thread -- According to the trademark, it is still a live trademark - if you look it up, it will tell
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- endothelium?
Complete thread -- were then pedicled
Complete thread -- never mind got it
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- Ah! I can indeed hear facet blocks now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Ah, and now later in the note, doc is saying back and thigh pain. Thinking hip block
Complete thread -- facet block?
Complete thread -- nerve blocks?
Complete thread -- Oh, just occurred to me...would *hip* blocks make sense? Injected something
Complete thread -- Pt with back pain. We last saw him at time of his *hep* blocks. Please
Complete thread -- The _____ of the valve was very favorable.
Complete thread -- don't know if it's just my computer, but no wav
Complete thread -- ignore this wild goose chase. Sorry, was trying to offer suggestions.
Complete thread -- think poi is closer than my answer below - now I hear "move them"
Complete thread -- maybe several foci? *good one nm*
Complete thread -- try Birko
Complete thread -- Will flag.
Complete thread -- Then the uterus _______ started and the fundal myoma
Complete thread -- 2. use them ??
Complete thread -- TY :)
Complete thread -- 1- significant? 2 - stand?
Complete thread -- wonder whether "post cy" is foci, but not sure about "ber"
Complete thread -- Pt with pain in both feet. Has *Berco* inserts which help, but the pain
Complete thread -- wav posted. Patient with MS. (sm). TY so much.
Complete thread -- now that doesn't really make sense in your sentence unless
Complete thread -- looks like HELPER found correlation -see three posts above this one
Complete thread -- parenchymal?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- This link refers to scalene gate..sm
Complete thread -- atelectatic
Complete thread -- Total brain freeze - Sats are 89% on room air & has few faint smg
Complete thread -- You know, he says urectomy but I bet he's meaning ureterectomy, he's a speedy talker
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ureterectomy?
Complete thread -- I don't get any hits for "scalene gate" or "scalene gait."
Complete thread -- mid S/L "urectomy" with bladder cuff excision
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks,
Complete thread -- you were hiding! I didn't see you there!
Complete thread -- beautiful place to live!
Complete thread -- I can mentally picture a *post* to hold up the arm, so it makes
Complete thread -- there are some google references to gate
Complete thread -- Perhaps there is another word after scalene.
Complete thread -- s/l *gait* does this seem right? thanks
Complete thread -- coalesce. I always find it after I post.
Complete thread -- skin islands that then s/l co-lest to become the newly healed skin.
Complete thread -- sterile fashion over an *arm post* that was in place
Complete thread -- Nevermind. Kinesthetics
Complete thread -- recover some of his motion and also to help with relearning s/l kinostetics.
Complete thread -- correct iPod. "(Asthma M.D.) was given to her". A an iPod program
Complete thread -- thanks ...
Complete thread -- will listen again.
Complete thread -- I think they are both correct in your context. Since the trend is to eliminate -, would go
Complete thread -- She will either do this on a ..
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Lanoxin?
Complete thread -- found this but dose is not right at all that I could verify. Clamoxin
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- postvoid or post-void - Both correct?? Seen both ways
Complete thread -- Associated with this she has...
Complete thread -- cardiac pt list: Tp uses s/l clomaxin 0.125 mg daily and 500 mg Niaspan daily.
Complete thread -- at Rudolph Steiner (College).
Complete thread -- Social and Environmental: She is a junior _________. ...
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think it is surrounding and not surround.
Complete thread -- Finally got it - Pismo Beach. Thanks anyway! nm
Complete thread -- could not get this one, sorry. Thought I might hear 'free' in there but not sure of that.
Complete thread -- West coast city - s/l Tizmal Beach
Complete thread -- common femoral artery _____ surround tissue and proximal and distal
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- dye studied through a catheter?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- positioning with this vessel with ____ catheter
Complete thread -- positioning with this vessel with *dye sty it for* catheter
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I just put "the customs service" and sent. Thanks
Complete thread -- common femoral artery *seg free* of surrounding tissue
Complete thread -- She retired after being a secretary for several years with the "custom(s)" service.
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you! nm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Have a nice day.
Complete thread -- Gamma in Stedman's
Complete thread -- CircAid?
Complete thread -- Does anyone have a Stedman's Ortho book? Is it gamma or Gamma nail?
Complete thread -- Risser 1-2
Complete thread -- first hit on Google with yours takes you right to the website & exact product.
Complete thread -- you know what i'm thinking now? really should be "grumous," and grumaceous
Complete thread -- s/l rister 1 to 2 on x-rays? SM
Complete thread -- i can only find one hit for this, so all i can say is maybe this will help lead in
Complete thread -- Bledsoe "twenty fifty" I find 20.50 but another MT has it as 20/50 in her reports.
Complete thread -- Pt has lower extremity edema and wears "cirque" (sirkay) boots...
Complete thread -- He does note that this patient has a history of diabetic peripheral sm
Complete thread -- s/l gramaceous material
Complete thread -- doc spells *a s s t a y* eye drops but sounds like astag when she says it
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- percutaneous nephrolithotomy (perc'd)?
Complete thread -- Lethargia would be "lethargy" in English but it's right for the Netherlands. See link.
Complete thread -- kidney was *perked* given
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- (I cannot improve upon it. Seems fine to me.)
Complete thread -- see...I didn't even spell grammer/grammar right! lol g'nite
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- Thanks alot for your help! This is due at 9 a.m. so I'll check. Have a good night.
Complete thread -- actually, I thought there might be something missing in that last sentence
Complete thread -- one of the grammarians will probably pop on in the morning
Complete thread -- Thanks. It doesn't make sense to me either; that's why I posted it here. Am I correct in
Complete thread -- here is my attempt...the last part of the sentence "with reason as disability
Complete thread -- Can someone help me turn this into sensible English?
Complete thread -- (the family "myth"= Mr Henniger went on the T of T out of compassion for the Cherokee.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I respect your opinion. :-)
Complete thread -- Well, I should say, in my opinion :)
Complete thread -- no. If they said State or Federal Disability it would be.
Complete thread -- Should disability be capitalized in:The patient has been on disability?
Complete thread -- (many of MY folks went from Appalachia (TN, NC, VA) to Oklahoma in the "Trail of Tears,"
Complete thread -- Oh, and some more on pods for you...
Complete thread -- !! LOL! :-)
Complete thread -- lol. oh yeah, that's right. I think I "winked" at you about that, IIRC, though. ;}
Complete thread -- and, you ARE!!! Modest improvement might not be enough for an MT w/ 35 years experience,
Complete thread -- Yep, it's pretty cool!
Complete thread -- (to become "trapped" at home! and NOT be obliged to shovel
Complete thread -- (hehe! ooOOoo
Complete thread -- (hehe! ooOOoo
Complete thread -- I appreciate the sympathy! Actually, most of my docs are good and some are great. Only
Complete thread -- I don't think it is quite that bad here! I would hate that. We usually don't get too...
Complete thread -- Wowie Zow! So you probably know first hand about Wyoming as well! :-)
Complete thread -- you were supposed to STAY nosey...lol
Complete thread -- actually, I spelled it "nosey." (forgot that)
Complete thread -- Most of my folks are from the Oklahoma area. I'm a California girl who was lucky to....sm
Complete thread -- (I feel your pain as well! :-)
Complete thread -- no, poster above isn't "nosy." that's me, "my theory" tonight, and some nm's/sm's.
Complete thread -- not presently, but have had and always corrected verb and tense and plural or singular
Complete thread -- I don't think they hate all American's, just some on this board
Complete thread -- hehehe! (are your ancestral origins also in the SE USA? :-)
Complete thread -- After 5 years of Alaska and Hawaii facilities, this was a cake walk for me! LOL!
Complete thread -- Wah! Boo-hoo! :-)
Complete thread -- I had one like that once, luckily for only 2 days. I hated it.
Complete thread -- (you are SO gifted, poi!! :-)
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- (please ignore my wrong answer, and see the correct one below! :-)
Complete thread -- I have learned so much from this board too. I love it.
Complete thread -- (thanks, Jax!) (and I claim to know the region! :-)
Complete thread -- Unable to suggest with such scant info. A "water witch" uses a forked stick to detect
Complete thread -- If you google "Water Witch Crossing, Savannah, Georgia" you'll get your answer.
Complete thread -- never mind.. going with Crossing.
Complete thread -- this is in an address; finding Xing in google.. dictated as "crossing"
Complete thread -- (sleep tite, don't let the bedbugs bite!! LOL! :-)
Complete thread -- Water Witch 'Crossing' Versus Water Witch 'Xing' (Savannah, GA)-which one is correct
Complete thread -- (hmmm,...I agree w/ you in spirit, dfllnn. SM)
Complete thread -- Thanks to you too, Mgt. Unfortunately I hear nothing at all before the initial D sound.
Complete thread -- Mgt.\, whhhoops, drop me a line; I'm fading for nnnnnnnnnnow, W
Complete thread -- that would make me more than cringe; I fix incorrect verbs period.
Complete thread -- (oh, for SHE-IT, FOR she-it!!! :-)
Complete thread -- I agree but this account is VERY strict verbatim. We're not even supposed to fix
Complete thread -- I used to wonder that when a D.O. who did feet dicated a storm too!
Complete thread -- (dfllnn, there goes your "Golden Ear" again!! Thanks! (passed me right by!!:-)
Complete thread -- I did run across that one in archives but it's not much like what she says. Thanks, tho.
Complete thread -- indapamide, (brand Lozol,) 'water pill,'=used to reduce the swelling and fluid retention
Complete thread -- correct to: The medications she was taking WERE (as there are many)
Complete thread -- (offhand, I cannot recognize the s/l "DEE-a-PEE-a-myde" as representing a med I know of.)
Complete thread -- Indapamide? (it's a diruetic)
Complete thread -- stumped on a med for dictator with Southern drawl - pls sm.
Complete thread -- What's the matter? You can't SPEAK ENGLISH?
Complete thread -- ooOOoo!! This slow-on-the-uptake person managed to figure out "PITA" All By Myself!! LOL!
Complete thread -- Those are soooo funnyyyy!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (I must admit: that link was pretty danged FUNNY!!!) (speaking stereotypes, again!:-)
Complete thread -- Monospot should be capped, by the way.
Complete thread -- agree... allergy sera (serum) used for desensitization to certain antigens
Complete thread -- Here is that lazy-American hater again.
Complete thread -- allergy sera, (probably a desensitization program) "allergy shots."
Complete thread -- I think it is just because I have a catchy name...and I treat
Complete thread -- Oh, that must be something, to be in the operating room with them.
Complete thread -- Current Medications: <_____> , EpiPen p.r.n., ibuprofen p.r.n ...
Complete thread -- Yes, you did. You really do think all Americans are stupid, lol.
Complete thread -- okay, now you did, lol.
Complete thread -- oh yeah? you didn't thank any of them, lol.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Didn't mean to imply that they were the only ones you helped, just
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ignore, ignore
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You are the same one who posted all the nasty stuff below about
Complete thread -- I believe they apply to their dictations the same thoroughness & exactness they apply to
Complete thread -- you're right, I googled it, they don't even make the top 7
Complete thread -- wouldn't put an apostrophe in plastics factory either (see Google)
Complete thread -- (podiatrists have an inferiority complex b/c they're not MDs. They SHOULDN'T, of course,
Complete thread -- hclokc has is right..it is capacities
Complete thread -- really? never thought of that. wouldn't think they'd get sued that often,
Complete thread -- factory, she denies
Complete thread -- I thought they might get sued often, so have to include every
Complete thread -- margaret please don't feed the troll! they always find someone to pick on
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She works in the call center at the Orthopedic Spine Clinic here at U ...
Complete thread -- cursory labs,
Complete thread -- cursory labs
Complete thread -- in her work capacities there and other places
Complete thread -- overcompensation, since they don't feel like they're "real" doctors.
Complete thread -- *I just love those easy one*
Complete thread -- In her work capacity there and other places in the past ...
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Thanks Margaret :) I have a question, why do podiatrists talk
Complete thread -- i am not rude, i want to learn :)
Complete thread -- I Beg To Differ!! I'm an inveterate "poi fan"; and I'm not "offshore, (well, YET, anyway)
Complete thread -- no one else to pick on anymore?
Complete thread -- OMG, poi, you have quite the fan club, lol. Of course, the majority of them
Complete thread -- (thank you so much! I'm so sorry to admit I couldn't understand.....SM
Complete thread -- and you're welcome *practicing my you're* LOL
Complete thread -- hmmm....okay,....THANKS, poi!! :-)
Complete thread -- it usually does work for me, just use key word searches rather
Complete thread -- Mgt, there's a link in the below post.
Complete thread -- awesome. thanks! don't know what I did wrong with my googling,
Complete thread -- (thanks, poi! :-)
Complete thread -- (folks from SE USA generally say "Land 'o Goshen!!" Wyoming=a might bit fur away,tho...?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- what is "fumatinic"??? Does it have to do with Fe++, iron??
Complete thread -- Land o' Goshen or Land of Goshen Ministries? near/around Torrington, WY?
Complete thread -- (OK, so I'm a dunce,....I know "hematinic," (but thought sp="hematemic"; what=
Complete thread -- ssSSppfFF! (hope no "laugh spittle" hit anyone!!:-) Yeah,...hm......LOL!
Complete thread -- Yes! I had tried that but apparently was googling on the wrong board.
Complete thread -- Any off-shore people who are not rude are welcome, but do not accuse us of sm
Complete thread -- Fumatinic?
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- That's not verbatim; there is a list of meds before that. Thanks, though. I'll blank.
Complete thread -- gosh darn! I did it again! Obviously too much chat room talk!
Complete thread -- ?s on "takes" running into your s/l, then it does indeed s/l hematinic.
Complete thread -- Americans should be capped, please.
Complete thread -- we love you
Complete thread -- Clomid pregnancy and asthma, takes s/l sumatinic 1 tab. (not hematinic).
Complete thread -- weren't they all? lol
Complete thread -- please see who starts these arguments first, ofcourse some rude americ ...
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- (the long one, I mean! :-)
Complete thread -- (me, too! Especially after having, unsuccessfully, tried to "make sense" of thread below.
Complete thread -- ewscrya ouya
Complete thread -- I have a major case of that then.
Complete thread -- "u won't understand." Well, that's an understatement.
Complete thread -- what offshore, offshore, very rude of you :( ...
Complete thread -- Check move with Valsalva (maneuver that equalizes ear pressure). nm
Complete thread -- "She can move them with Valsalva. Insufflation....
Complete thread -- What? We Americans can speak Hillbilly, Redneck, Southern Charm, Valley Girl,
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Patient admits to some tiredness and "lethargia." (New word form!)
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- s/l ? salva ? s/m
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- All of your posts are coming up under the ISP, so this one is busted open big
Complete thread -- first you go and learn english, come to UK
Complete thread -- Regardless of any of the above hyperbole, YOU are totally incompetent to do this job,
Complete thread -- You just admitted you were offshore below, lol. Liar, liar, pants on fire?
Complete thread -- I bet you a dollar to a donut it is the same loser who posted the deleted
Complete thread -- just a suggestion...there are many here willing to help, but even
Complete thread -- Gosh darn. What garbage. What is 'recupurate?' Mistakes everywhere.
Complete thread -- air-evaced/air evac'd/whatever wouldn't be changing the meaning,
Complete thread -- 2nd grade
Complete thread -- 2nd grade
Complete thread -- Seriously. That person has gotten help with all 5 of her voice files
Complete thread -- listen for kilohertz (kHz) instead of units
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Really? I heard "continued to Yuma", lol.
Complete thread -- Wow. That person is a piece of work! I'm done.
Complete thread -- yw.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- why are we lazy Americans continuing to help them, is what I want to know?
Complete thread -- misplaced post?
Complete thread -- does s/l it.
Complete thread -- Geeze. How 5th grade.
Complete thread -- what offshore, offshore, very rude of you :( ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear email
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes, I hear stabs a lot. I must not have been here when you asked though.
Complete thread -- doesn't sound email to me though
Complete thread -- e-mail? you need to proof it
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- Great, thanks both of you!
Complete thread -- lensectomy?
Complete thread -- a trial of this block (?) to see if will provide any relief of her symptoms.
Complete thread -- FYI, word found from a few days ago. My s/l was staphs, it was in a blood test.
Complete thread -- you are. not your. you are.
Complete thread -- Several air ambulance companies have Aerovac as part of their names
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- can't hear much. what is wrong with the patient. sounds like
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l ungzectomy sm
Complete thread -- wave help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- activity?
Complete thread -- s/l "ultrasonic had be added 40 units" to complete the emulsification.
Complete thread -- which provides her some temporary relief
Complete thread -- her pain when it is exacerbated, she is able to do some stretches which provide her
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- I have always used air-vac'd. But back in the old days, this was considered slang...
Complete thread -- portion of (her)...the back of her head...
Complete thread -- Cap it.
Complete thread -- wave help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I went back and researched again and there were so many
Complete thread -- in the left side of her posterior neck
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- recurrence nasally with some minimal s/l "activily" temporally
Complete thread -- I would cap. JMHO.
Complete thread -- balloon spacer?sm
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- but your right, if you can't hear it, leave it blank, I am only
Complete thread -- sublingual?
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying but it's not placement. It probably starts with "pa" and the a is a
Complete thread -- YIKES! Thanks so much for catching that! Not revision though.
Complete thread -- you're probably right...
Complete thread -- salivary gland
Complete thread -- placement
Complete thread -- OMG ventriculoperitoneal shunt NOT peroneal!!! :)
Complete thread -- shunt ____. Start with pah sound but I can't hear the rest.
Complete thread -- What is this word??? s/l hilenal gland......he mumbles fast
Complete thread -- Byas-Smith M, Chapman S, Reed B, Cotsonis G. **The Effect Of Opiates ...
Complete thread -- or air evac'd, air-evac'd
Complete thread -- air evaced or air-evaced
Complete thread -- He was "aerovacced" into our facility. Not sure how to type that one. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- distal aortogram
Complete thread -- I would certainly like to think that is the case, as I have such a hard time...
Complete thread -- My drug book shows tPA, for what it's worth, lol.
Complete thread -- you are most welcome
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- existence of
Complete thread -- MP3 help
Complete thread -- Nothing wrong with "anyways," imo. In a colloquial sense, anyways.
Complete thread -- probably should go with this helper's suggestion. (see link again)
Complete thread -- thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- ....see there, she has me so flustered, my spelling is off :)~
Complete thread -- V-to-Y? see link
Complete thread -- V-Y (dictating v to y)
Complete thread -- anyway
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- I know this is terrible to say, but I hope she chokes!
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- believe it should be lies and lay
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- No, it is not correct.
Complete thread -- good job. I was thinking maybe azo dye additives and something
Complete thread -- Omni Flush catheter inserted through aorta and *dis layered gram* was obtained.
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- Yes, that makes complete sense now...thx ...
Complete thread -- It is azo dye and salicylates. Thanks anyway. Sure did not sound like that. HAHAHA
Complete thread -- MVA maybe (motor vehicle accident)?
Complete thread -- s/l MBA or NBA? Suggestions
Complete thread -- Thanks for the comma suggest. I shall use it. ...
Complete thread -- I think I got the first part. It is azo dye but the rest??? jgb sm
Complete thread -- don't know s/l, but would really recommend a comma after "institute"
Complete thread -- S/L axodiovans listleaves sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- check out anticholinergic
Complete thread -- poi, could you cite your source for that I'm finding AVID regarding cardilogy and sm
Complete thread -- Patient having bladder sling operation.
Complete thread -- PubMed shows SM
Complete thread -- s/l "pacer" placement for bladder suspension
Complete thread -- May be, I'll try to listen again. Thanks ...
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks.
Complete thread -- safety pins?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- s/l ? fifty pins?
Complete thread -- donepezil?
Complete thread -- yeah, that's an awesome reference. some neurologist somewhere.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Many people here, when it could go either way, state what their doc wants. So?
Complete thread -- Go fight with someone else. You're below me.
Complete thread -- Collagenase
Complete thread -- s/l "Ternapazil" 5 mg through PEG tube
Complete thread -- s/l "Colangenis" 30 g topical q.a.m.
Complete thread -- Now it s/l q.4h "NS" ...not hearing "h.s." there. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- that's probably it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- What was said below was pick a reference, i.e., Stedman's, Dorland's, Lexicon
Complete thread -- WAG... q.4 h. and h.s.?
Complete thread -- No different that the "pick one" below or other replies on this board. You're a jerk.
Complete thread -- Ramipril?
Complete thread -- laparoscopic adhesiolysis?
Complete thread -- I think she does eat them and go to bed, like popcorn and a movie!.
Complete thread -- s/l ramatril ? s/m
Complete thread -- obgyn word help - sm
Complete thread -- I couldn't hear it, but that doesn't mean it wasn't it. :-)
Complete thread -- albuterol 3 inhalations q.4 s/l "HNS."
Complete thread -- thanks, unable to get the PDF without subscribing, but you are probably right. THX!
Complete thread -- darn. I thought it would be feeds on a whole pack - fer sure.
Complete thread -- I wonder if could mean before bedtime and therefore sleeps on them? LOL. ESL so I better
Complete thread -- thank you fro me too!
Complete thread -- yeah, that's an awesome reference. some neurologist somewhere.
Complete thread -- nobody here cares but me.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- feeds on a full pack...(and I don't blame her - If I live that long, I will too).
Complete thread -- It's AVID-sorry for the above
Complete thread -- I worked for a neurologist who insisted on tPA
Complete thread -- or..perhaps an IV ultrasound (using dye?)
Complete thread -- good for her! *sorry, that probably doesn't help you*
Complete thread -- been a while since I'v done med/surg.
Complete thread -- so could your s/l be thyroid or even followup?
Complete thread -- I don't blame her.
Complete thread -- right-sided and, therefore, recommended;
Complete thread -- I always do it t-PA. if account does not have a preference, just pick a reference and be
Complete thread -- The patient "sleeps on" a full pack of chips at a time, and she does not watch her
Complete thread -- Sorry. It's the thyroid
Complete thread -- TPA, tPA or t-PA. Lexicon has it t-PA, lots of google hits for the other two.
Complete thread -- I did get its when googling axilla of meniscus-
Complete thread -- what body part are we talking about? where is this *nodule*?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- one more knee arthroplasty question, s/l "axilla"
Complete thread -- I simply thought he was mispronouncing dystonia. Glad I searched further. Added your new
Complete thread -- Yes! thanks very much and just in time
Complete thread -- nice find.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- keel?
Complete thread -- I am finding dyslalia in a place or 2. Did not realize how closely I spelled it on this
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks. Sounds to me like dyslalia. Does not sound like dystonia.
Complete thread -- Also try drugs.com phonetic and wildcard search. It is awesome!
Complete thread -- no, but thanks - I will flag it
Complete thread -- drill used?
Complete thread -- check out Florastor
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Depakote, s/l "florestore".
Complete thread -- stumped on right knee arthroplasty OP report, pls sm
Complete thread -- Thank you too!
Complete thread -- maybe you have not proofed yet, but "sent WHEN available" I would s.m.
Complete thread -- Thanks...that is exactly what I am going to do.
Complete thread -- flag
Complete thread -- Skin graft of wrist wound - s/l removed but doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- Bet you have ho in your expander for hemoaticrit of, and
Complete thread -- really slow/low recording.... of 1800-calorie ADA diet?
Complete thread -- diet of ____ calorie diet +wav
Complete thread -- oops, some kind of expander error, and I don't know what I inteded to say. LOL
Complete thread -- missed the t on transfusions
Complete thread -- "transfusions and 2 angiographic attempts" is what I hear
Complete thread -- ransfusions. To ____ contain the bleeding, (the patient) will need surgery?
Complete thread -- The patient had numerous blood transfusions _____ angiographic ____.
Complete thread -- I didn't think that was right. I meant to remove it.
Complete thread -- the dr says the patient was Baker Acted, instead of the sm
Complete thread -- Why do you have lupus capped?
Complete thread -- YES! TY :)
Complete thread -- Don't know the s/l, but lupus is not capped.
Complete thread -- ??summary??
Complete thread -- Baker Act. JMO. I normally hear held under the Baker Act.
Complete thread -- She had a full set of Lupus blood work done today and a s/l sorry of this will be
Complete thread -- could you please provide more information so we can better understand context.
Complete thread -- s/l dave ness SM
Complete thread -- FL has the Baker Act for admits, how should I transcribe
Complete thread -- Thank you for the explanation, it was very helpful.
Complete thread -- Thank you all for your help!
Complete thread -- peripheral is location (i.e., distal, whatever) motor and sensory are different
Complete thread -- either doc correcting by restating or prehaps means weekly/monthly?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- they do sometimes use a feeding tube as a catheter or a dilator in that procedure
Complete thread -- Dictator clearly is not saying "or" between them. I best flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- transfascial is an adjective...you need an adverb form of
Complete thread -- hypospadias repair s/l "feedington"
Complete thread -- s/l rigid rodeur? inserts. Patient with foot pain.
Complete thread -- spell check doesn't like a lot of proper word forms and sometimes separates sections of
Complete thread -- Acme or McCaffrey's?
Complete thread -- Thanks, I thought that too. The last word however has an ending sound ...
Complete thread -- transfascially is correct.
Complete thread -- jugular vein distention is all I can think of here.
Complete thread -- weekly standing or monthly lab order, and we will follow her CBC.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- What am I missing here? Weekly standing monthly lab order? s/m
Complete thread -- I'd use if dictated.
Complete thread -- Spell check doesn't like it, but I guess I will go ahead and use it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- why wouldn't you use it?
Complete thread -- drugs.com phonetic search suggests M-eslon which might fit dx
Complete thread -- Would you use transfascially or change to transfascial?
Complete thread -- drug s/l mesalon
Complete thread -- Neck
Complete thread -- Looks like you already filled in your blank? Or not?
Complete thread -- I'd think there were 3 things in a series here; peripheral, motor and sensory
Complete thread -- I bet a is separate - something like a Capy, not that it helps any.
Complete thread -- would give it a blank and go on as they should spell it for you IMO
Complete thread -- on the ______ which was removed with
Complete thread -- patient works for s/l acapy supermarket in pennsylvania
Complete thread -- if it were essential, the article in front of it would be an, not a; so central it most sm
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- As you go on thru' the report, you will most likely find out what the abbrev is for
Complete thread -- Sounds most like this. Thanks! Thanks to above helper for suggestion as well.
Complete thread -- s/l D V O L
Complete thread -- rebound, rigidity, or guarding?
Complete thread -- HJR for hepatojugular reflux?
Complete thread -- Abdomen: No rebound, *HDR,* guarding. No lower quadrant tenderness. Can't find
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- forget *question mark*
Complete thread -- It is spelled correct, but is it an instrument.... I couldn't verify
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- put your right leg in, put your right leg out.. do the hokey-pokey and turn yourself
Complete thread -- aggree with above... see link
Complete thread -- could be "central" hypoventilatory component.
Complete thread -- This is most likely related to a *essential* hypoventilatory component.
Complete thread -- Hokey-Pokey instrument? Is this how you spell it?
Complete thread -- Gotta be. I guess he just got confused. Thank you.
Complete thread -- HDL?
Complete thread -- His s/l ACL cholesterol is low at 27, LDL 154. He's so clear on the ACL.
Complete thread -- Thank you, too!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- On researching it a bit, looks like "peripheral motor" is okay (no comma) and also
Complete thread -- mature is correct. Means well-epithelialized, not fresh or extremely recent.
Complete thread -- consider colestipol
Complete thread -- seizure prophylaxis
Complete thread -- (I vote for no comma after peripheral or after motor.)
Complete thread -- thank you. I learned too on that one. :)
Complete thread -- Questioning QA here. Is the following sentence punctuated correctly?
Complete thread -- 4/100ths of a second away from a free (diet, if you prefer) Coke for Both of us!! lol!
Complete thread -- consider Sotolol 500 twice a day.
Complete thread -- Thank you! I would have expected Google to pop that up at some point in my search...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- (excellent idea!)
Complete thread -- blebectomy?
Complete thread -- Sorry... see inside for full sentence
Complete thread -- exact context please, check rules 4 posting.
Complete thread -- yes, as they pull the catheter back through the aortic valve, they measure
Complete thread -- yes. "On pullback" means catheter is advanced beyond a point or valve, then pulled back,
Complete thread -- what is the actual sentence. need more context (prev/next sentences as well)
Complete thread -- Pt w/ steroid-dependent asthma - underwent "s/l plebectomy"...
Complete thread -- please see msg. TY
Complete thread -- breast cancer, not breath - don't know s/l
Complete thread -- geesh! Thank you again!
Complete thread -- don't know it would really matter, pick a reference and be consistent
Complete thread -- Sulfonylurea (UK: Sulphonylurea) derivatives are a class of antidiabetic drugs that are us
Complete thread -- anyone know which is prefered for CVID. see inside ----
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- 120 Hospital Dr, MOB Suite 130: Jefferson City, TN ... Sawicki, Val
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- pts sugars were down so they held her S/L sulfa and aluria? 5 mg of Glipizide daily
Complete thread -- sulfonylurea
Complete thread -- diagnosis of hypoglycemia secondary to S/L sefanouria?
Complete thread -- can't hear wav but maybe rectosigmoid?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- widespread
Complete thread -- i wish it were that clear, but no...s/l sino..gonna blank it..thanks though!!
Complete thread -- future prophylaxis?
Complete thread -- he's not trying to say vagino? another WAG
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- bummer, its not sagittal but that sounds great! still s/l sino...thanks though!
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Sorry ..... in Tennessee.... Dr. even spelled it out for me.
Complete thread -- Looking for a Dr. Val Sawicki in
Complete thread -- Ok, i should have known that...just didnt register this morning. THANKS!!
Complete thread -- RWAG...sagittal neurovascular plane ??
Complete thread -- Mental status as noted.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- yep, pexed as in -pexy
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- on a vaginal sling operation, doctor states two terms, not clear. Please SM~
Complete thread -- thanks, that's what i Hear too.. gotta flag.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I thought of that but I definitely hear a B sound. Thanks!
Complete thread -- could you be hearing "lag screw" rather than "black screw" ?? see link
Complete thread -- Thanks!! Since it could be several things, think I will flag.
Complete thread -- Duh for me. Thanks!
Complete thread -- What was removed..I find a Richter-Heath clip-removing forceps in Stedman's Equip
Complete thread -- It was removed with multiple passes of adenoid curettes and _____ forceps sL Ridicki
Complete thread -- antecubital (AC) ?
Complete thread -- What could AC stand for here? Already searched medlexicon and no clue still
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing EKG ??
Complete thread -- I hear 2 - 4. I only see 3 mm sizes on the company site though?
Complete thread -- needs confirmation, mp3 posted
Complete thread -- see link..definitiion 22
Complete thread -- Doc listing routine screeings: *H A G,* 09/04/10: Normal sinus rhythm. She slurs a
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- seated
Complete thread -- would it be fully seeded or fully seated? - sm
Complete thread -- Geeze Win. What somebody allegedly preferred back in 1987 is moot
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- I would suggest semicolon before all of the "admitteds" except July 7
Complete thread -- s/l black screw fixation - sm
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- asterixis!
Complete thread -- confusion, s/l asterecisis, diarrhea, rectal pain with impaction. Elderly pt.
Complete thread -- How would you type this? Please SM.
Complete thread -- moving on thanks
Complete thread -- pls help with mp3
Complete thread -- polyp on the distal rectal ____ removed with snare
Complete thread -- YW:) I know the feeling. Those dictators came come up with some doozies!
Complete thread -- Patient with memory loss & diabetes. Meds include "sotolosol" ...
Complete thread -- another wav pls
Complete thread -- got it, hidradenitis suppurativa. thanks for all the input
Complete thread -- sorry, you were not there when I posted
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Complete thread -- Not sure of your first. perturbation
Complete thread -- when she takes her Aleve as scheduled, regular business,
Complete thread -- This is awful. I think I hear duodenitis in there somewhere.
Complete thread -- Sorry - the above is a pediatric patient with cerebral palsy
Complete thread -- Physical Therapy: We worked on balance both on the "pab sport" as well as on the
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- first :(
Complete thread -- wav is a different part of the dictation
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- pls listen to wav
Complete thread -- Ortho products are brand name, so I would capitalize.
Complete thread -- wav
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Complete thread -- I hear "entered without problem. We assured ourselves that no abdominal viscera..."
Complete thread -- where it showed ____ no abdominal viscera
Complete thread -- thanks. It almost is there.
Complete thread -- vaguely sounds like he is saying focal seizure, which could make sense.
Complete thread -- Sent MP3 file, thanks.
Complete thread -- They are more on the left than on the right.
Complete thread -- or... that are more on the left than on the right?
Complete thread -- more so on the left than the right?
Complete thread -- does focal sound ok here? He is a horrible speaker and I am not sure of the word.
Complete thread -- cramps, similar (?) on the left and on the right, and she is taking Aleve
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l mature sinus
Complete thread -- Thanks. I searched and listed 10000 times..lol. Had to leave blank.
Complete thread -- Nothing even close when I searched drugs.com phonetic and wildcard
Complete thread -- You are correct with the apostrophe...a good night of sleep
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l "in the new week" to me
Complete thread -- I would eliminate LYMPH and combine that with the HEENT statement.
Complete thread -- The clue is "a" good night = one night = singular.
Complete thread -- She is able to get a good night’s sleep however (apostrophe okay?)
Complete thread -- Airway closure
Complete thread -- Got it. It's "airway".
Complete thread -- The correct file is there. I think it took a long time for some reason.
Complete thread -- A list of meds. s/l "tolistadol" 100 mg daily. see inside
Complete thread -- in the new week? in a few weeks?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- For this account, we are required to use headers; however,
Complete thread -- Different WAV about labs and radiologic evals.
Complete thread -- with a concomitant mosaic pattern, which may be early (___) or bronchiolitis
Complete thread -- Podiatry - We prescribe Mycolog cream 50 gram, apply 3 times daily sm
Complete thread -- I gave him a blank, hopefully he lets me know what it is.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Keto-gaba-lido
Complete thread -- isthmus
Complete thread -- Tp will undergo ablation of his atrial flutter after mapping of the
Complete thread -- My first thought is higher executive functions, but that doesn't sound like your s/l
Complete thread -- Drug help
Complete thread -- Neurology consult. On exam, his s/l (higher mandive acters) including cognition,
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- assess him for these? I don't know about this one, not
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- given THE signficant blood loss
Complete thread -- and continuing tachycardia, we ordered a CBC.
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- multiple symptoms
Complete thread -- bled
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- joint function seems
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Archives shows a Sophysa valve, but do check it out.
Complete thread -- if it is one it is joint. if it is two, it is joints. you decide. if you decide to use
Complete thread -- s/l Sofeesa valve for pseudotumor cerebri . .
Complete thread -- function seems . .
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- She is in the National Honor Society
Complete thread -- sorry, he said Honors, but it is Honor
Complete thread -- National Honors Society and has a 3.9 from
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- if you are the OP and asking, I would say that's fine.
Complete thread -- thanks for the "as cited" reference. I found the foot-note/book
Complete thread -- if i recollect rightly, it's a foot-note, usually shown in Italics sm
Complete thread -- "The patient was wearing an open-toe heel and dropped a dish on her foot"
Complete thread -- ummm...what is ibid?
Complete thread -- agree, would depend on what the full sentence is to determine proper tense
Complete thread -- maybe even open-toed heels
Complete thread -- if that is footwear, I would wear open-toe heelS
Complete thread -- is this a new dance? neither make sense to me.
Complete thread -- Yes, it is. I figured out it was ibid. she was saying. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think its something like same as above?? I know it doesn't
Complete thread -- open-toe heel? open toe heel?
Complete thread -- s/l even ebid
Complete thread -- agree.. I think he said, new x-rays of the knee which show moderately severe arthritis
Complete thread -- well, what was it??
Complete thread -- just found sample report thanks again
Complete thread -- I thought either x-ray followup obtained or x-ray finally obtained
Complete thread -- that is, repeat x-rays of the knee
Complete thread -- could "view" instead be repeat?
Complete thread -- will listen for all thank you both
Complete thread -- obtained, viewed x-rays of the knee....another WAG
Complete thread -- I hope a smart MT taught them the correct way in the last 23 years.
Complete thread -- x-rays obtained, x-rays of the knee, which show....??????
Complete thread -- X-rays viewed show two-view x-ray of the knee which shows moderately severe arthritis
Complete thread -- should be there now thanks
Complete thread -- nothing there
Complete thread -- please listen to wav
Complete thread -- Thank you... pretty silly question of me. I'm always trying to make these harder!
Complete thread -- he denies---he occasionally notes some wheezing...
Complete thread -- Pulmonology - .wav sent - see context...
Complete thread -- Look it up in archives if you really want to know. Plenty there.
Complete thread -- Unfortunatley he just says rheumatoid, but cannot correct it.
Complete thread -- WAG-cramping?
Complete thread -- The sentence is a run-on one unless you say "until she took"--no idea tho' on the s/l sm
Complete thread -- The psysiatrists I worked with back in about 1987 preferred gastrocsoleus.
Complete thread -- s/l cantor
Complete thread -- What's the abbreviation's expansion then for R-CHOP?
Complete thread -- CT is short for computed (axial) tomography and the films depict sm
Complete thread -- CT is short for computed (axial) tomography and the films depict sm
Complete thread -- HELLO. LOL.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- segment of the left lower lobe in the lower lung cuts...
Complete thread -- wav help
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Complete thread -- Let me offer you one more *help*..."thank you" is appreciated
Complete thread -- lobe of her lung on two CT's with concern that this could
Complete thread -- serpiginous tubular structure in the left lower .... on CTs with concern that
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Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- serpiginous
Complete thread -- wav help
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Just came back to say I found CHOP, but am wondering about that "R"?
Complete thread -- there is also a R-CHOP
Complete thread -- CHOP-google B-cell lymphoma treatment
Complete thread -- Glad you found it. In the future, make sure you put your
Complete thread -- new account. new term/word. sm
Complete thread -- tethering is a word. What is your question?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I swear I have never seen you here before, Charlie, so I have no idea what
Complete thread -- derm
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- status post scope, April 2010.
Complete thread -- MP3 help.
Complete thread -- LOL! ...
Complete thread -- s/l Symtoni?
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Complete thread -- I've always seen gastroc-soleus if the complex, like most combinations.
Complete thread -- dislocation
Complete thread -- the width is 4.5 cm, your *with* should be width
Complete thread -- Anyone have an idea on this blank ...
Complete thread -- gastrocsoleus, please SM
Complete thread -- Oh, thanks, watts ---
Complete thread -- power? watts.
Complete thread -- Hysteroscopy ---- see #4 ---- s/l lots
Complete thread -- Bi-Flex trademark, see link.
Complete thread -- hey
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Complete thread -- Thanks !!! (for the correction on Bi-Flex too!!!)
Complete thread -- Looks good to me, other than I find Bi-Flex®
Complete thread -- On the other hand, if the doctor says that as part of his dictation, yes, we would do that
Complete thread -- We who? You mean we as in where you work? Might want to specify, because we sure don't do
Complete thread -- anyone familiar with autotitrating BiPAP settings ? would you mind looking inside
Complete thread -- howdy
Complete thread -- How silly.
Complete thread -- type it, of course
Complete thread -- hey
Complete thread -- order CBC, s/l "EP1," sed rate
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- We type it and flag it for QA. We do not send it without sending to them first.
Complete thread -- don't know where info on this is in BOS 3, but from BOS 2:
Complete thread -- Doctor is killing me. She's trying to say "horny warts" without laughing. She's
Complete thread -- type as dictated, within a quote (within quotation marks).
Complete thread -- Where would you put the *? *uck? F*ck? Fu*k? Fuc*? *hit? S*it? Sh*t? Shi*?
Complete thread -- Do you know what a direct quote is?
Complete thread -- That is exactly it. Thanks
Complete thread -- PPI
Complete thread -- Pdi inititated by Prilosec??? Is that correct? sm
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- What do you mean "don't start"? Advice was given without snark. Accept it gracefully for
Complete thread -- NO
Complete thread -- that makes sense :)
Complete thread -- So I made a typo, don't start.
Complete thread -- Actually I didn't mean to a * for the whole word, but for one letter.
Complete thread -- You type it, that's why it's called a DIRECT quote (and btw, a direct, not AN direct).
Complete thread -- if it is a direct quote, of course you put it. otherwise, you've changed what the patient
Complete thread -- Oops, sorry. I didn't realize the question had already been correctly answered.
Complete thread -- If the doc dictates an direct quote of an obscenity from a patient, do we type it or
Complete thread -- alimentation? (enteral, inferred) alimentation?
Complete thread -- hypo
Complete thread -- hyper or hypoperfusion of cerebrum causing syncope?
Complete thread -- SAys what s/l "century vitamins". I found "Sentry" but wonder if means Centrum?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I would check in archives, but probably no.
Complete thread -- Pt presents for a Well Woman Exam. Would you cap?
Complete thread -- Guess you also lost your crystal ball!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Caught the no right in there too. Thanks
Complete thread -- oh of course. I thought I heard with and related to the PEG tube. Thanks
Complete thread -- that makes no sense...billybob is correct (of course) :)
Complete thread -- WAG- dilatation?
Complete thread -- detached ret..retina, PEG tube in place, retardation.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. For those that can't, it sounds like altation.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Is there a s/l, or is this a wav/mP3???
Complete thread -- did you forget a wav/mp3/sl?
Complete thread -- Neuro
Complete thread -- believe the dude's name was Hodgkin
Complete thread -- Is there anything between "1.5 cm" and "are"? Hopefully there's a "that" or even "which"
Complete thread -- Okay-thanks so much for your help~it sounds like it could be freely mo ...
Complete thread -- freely mobile?
Complete thread -- free-lying, mobile, soft, and moderately rounded????
Complete thread -- There are two lymph nodes measuring approximately 1.5 cm are noted to ...
Complete thread -- just an FYI, a CT is performed with x-ray, just computerized, so
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- you are correct, not x-ray, could also be CT
Complete thread -- Cooley's disease?
Complete thread -- Krabbe disease (krah´bә)? Might also check under syndrome.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. Gave it some thought and going to go with
Complete thread -- (I couldn't find anything promising under C or K.)
Complete thread -- just pick a good reference and use it and be consistent. jmho, I've always
Complete thread -- (or K* disease)
Complete thread -- acom ruptured aneurysm
Complete thread -- Try Onelook (above)with C*disease and see if you can match it there
Complete thread -- REALLY? OMG, since when? LOL. Can we call the AFL-CIO?
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of s/l cuddy's disease? Family history of cuddy's disease. ??
Complete thread -- That goodness we have an organization standing behind the MTs
Complete thread -- If we had 50 cents for every excuse you hear around here nowadays, we could have
Complete thread -- Okay, he's known for rambling. I'll have to flag it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- And calling it a "run-on" sentence to try to disguise the fact that
Complete thread -- gram-negative cocci, gram-negative rods, gram-negative ..?
Complete thread -- as radical can mean "beyond the norm" it makes sense to me
Complete thread -- please help with lab terminology. I don't get much of this (sm)
Complete thread -- LS spine (lumbosacral spine)?
Complete thread -- iliac spine?
Complete thread -- Left intraarticular SI joint injection and a left posterior superior * ...
Complete thread -- True. What is becoming disturbing is that hospitals/doctors/ facilities
Complete thread -- Heck. How does someone already earning a paycheck being an MT just not know
Complete thread -- Stupid is as Stupid does. I say let it stay, lol.
Complete thread -- ACKKK!!!!!
Complete thread -- Wait, let me guess, zero time spent on researching this, right?
Complete thread -- I simply want to vomit when I read this. I hope this gets deleted.
Complete thread -- Cheaper than them paying QA, huh?
Complete thread -- It is not a run-on sentence. It is 2 sentences.
Complete thread -- Moist mucous membranes. (MOUTH) funduscopic (EYES) Good heavens
Complete thread -- sorry, that should read s/l visco-cide TY
Complete thread -- drug s/l viscodie
Complete thread -- after examination.
Complete thread -- Traumatic brain injury with scalp wound requiring split thickness
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Where would you break up this run-on sentence. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- looks okay to me, but I think it should be "infection THAN I was..."
Complete thread -- He said this in one breath. Does it look okay?
Complete thread -- You are taking something I posted last night and using it out of context
Complete thread -- Neuro-ophthalmology is the subspecialty of both neurology and ophthalmology
Complete thread -- is there some type of neurostimulation-ologist?
Complete thread -- I wish you would learn to speak English. Who can even understand half that
Complete thread -- thanks, but definitely something -ologist should be comma before prism I think
Complete thread -- proximally, fully extended?
Complete thread -- "neurostimulation prism"? Interesting link inside may not help.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Flomax?
Complete thread -- my hunch = it might be "with a shelled-out ulcer."
Complete thread -- comprehensive eye exam with s/l "neurostermologist" prism recommended
Complete thread -- possibly "30"="throughout"?
Complete thread -- bile *30* and gastric reflux
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- 57-year-old with prostate cancer being consulted for venous access. Medications:
Complete thread -- See where you already posted this on the original thread from
Complete thread -- Don't apologize to them. They are a troll trying to stir things up again.
Complete thread -- No dear. Can this person not be banned? This is the very same
Complete thread -- NM. Will flag.
Complete thread -- We see that suggestion below. Thanks.
Complete thread -- iliacus abscess
Complete thread -- soory, not sure your s/l
Complete thread -- typo reflexion (reflection)
Complete thread -- necrotic?
Complete thread -- The *fesses tendon* moved down to the perineum.
Complete thread -- intraabdominal or intracolonic *mycotic* (kind of sounds like mythotic) disease.
Complete thread -- Already reported below as abusive. Very rude and hateful. Tsk tsk
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought it sounded difficult from just ileus and that was why I was sm
Complete thread -- iliac abscess with caudal extension? Possibly iliopsoas instead of iliac?
Complete thread -- 5 cm right iliacus abscess with caudal extension to the right lower region.
Complete thread -- iliacus -- iliacus is a flat, triangular muscle which fills the iliac fossa.
Complete thread -- She had an abdominopelvic CT that showed a 5 cm right ____abscess sm
Complete thread -- I know what you mean. I didn't even understand what he was saying until I read the rest
Complete thread -- and shallow ulcer would never sound like shallowed ulcer.
Complete thread -- I don't ever use it. That's one of the ones that just makes my skin crawl. lol
Complete thread -- EGD showed grade B esophagitis with a *shallowed* ulcer. I've checked
Complete thread -- Is "lap appy" an acceptable abbreviation or just slang?
Complete thread -- brother, can ya spare a dime? we should be happy to wallow with you in the Ganges or what
Complete thread -- check spelling on saturating 97% see link 5 cm of H2O, 21% FIO2
Complete thread -- Preterm baby sm
Complete thread -- I second that.
Complete thread -- Resume home glucose monitoring with *counselor* system as soon as he receives it.
Complete thread -- lay press, not medical journals (press) but regular media (press) articles.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- Lets not be at each others throats when the worker is not to blame for
Complete thread -- s/l lay press
Complete thread -- Maybe that is a facility specific term for their diabetic educator? as in a counselor, co
Complete thread -- + 100,000.
Complete thread -- For corrections.
Complete thread -- Pt with diabetes. Hasn't yet been prescribed the *counselor system,* and I told
Complete thread -- (some docs pronounce "syndrome" not w/ 2 syllables, but 3, and final "e" as "y."
Complete thread -- I just love getting to hear stuff that isn't my business in the background. LOL
Complete thread -- odontogenic keratocyst?
Complete thread -- Just funny, the doc just had a 1 minute phone conversation mid dictation! ;-P
Complete thread -- odontogenic keratin cyst, I think.
Complete thread -- looks like someone is upset about the midnight discussion on WB
Complete thread -- And you wonder why no one wants to help you "off-shore" people.
Complete thread -- s/l odontogenic keratis cyst SM
Complete thread -- Thanks to your laziness
Complete thread -- thanks! I may flag.
Complete thread -- Thanks to your laziness
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- WAG-perhaps the catheter is cut with a *beak* or *bill*
Complete thread -- medial and lateral?
Complete thread -- HUH? Do you not see how Billybob has it set up to send voice files?
Complete thread -- I think its CUSA. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Definitely not that, but good try. It really s/l the above.
Complete thread -- I wonder if Tri-3 is referring to a tricompartmental knee procedure
Complete thread -- The company I work for suggested this board, and adding voice files... sorry if it bothers
Complete thread -- WAG-surgical saw?
Complete thread -- Thanks... found it in the meantime...
Complete thread -- Posting questions is one thing, transmitting voice files is a whole di ...
Complete thread -- Posting questions is one thing, transmitting voice files is a whole di ...
Complete thread -- That's what I heard too.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- budesonide 9 mg per day
Complete thread -- calling the right knee amputation.
Complete thread -- s/l "Yee-Coo-Sa"
Complete thread -- It really doesn't fit context, but "reco" as in reconstruction?
Complete thread -- is calling what? You need to give appropriate context please?
Complete thread -- performed and the graft was cut *billed* appropriately
Complete thread -- Patient with Crohn's - med list - med #2??? - .wav sent
Complete thread -- Patient underwent right knee replacement, TKA. Doc is calling it tri 3?
Complete thread -- the graft was cut *until*appropriate
Complete thread -- collaborate?
Complete thread -- yes, thought so too
Complete thread -- I almost hear "corroborate", but if so, she says it kinda off !
Complete thread -- After porcine valve, he said next number, so he is listing,
Complete thread -- thanks - that's what I thought ...
Complete thread -- s/l recko
Complete thread -- thanks, not too late!
Complete thread -- 2- to 3-month sensation
Complete thread -- retained in this matter to _____ their testimony
Complete thread -- going to mark it. Thanks
Complete thread -- yes he does have a porcine. This is at the HPI.
Complete thread -- 2- to 3-month or 2 to 3 month
Complete thread -- or did I just assume waayyy too much? lol
Complete thread -- how about "Gastric mucosa is aggravated and erythematous. Biospies...?
Complete thread -- Oh, good job. It's herbal with a hard H, which is what through me off. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Nevermind on this one. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- would question the "erythematous" biopsies too, unless a period belongs between them.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Does the patient have a porcine valve mentioned elsewhere in
Complete thread -- herbal? . .. herb or other?
Complete thread -- rugae?
Complete thread -- s/l agrumpe
Complete thread -- s/l "deflation" but not sure if this makes sense
Complete thread -- In social hx: She does not drink or smoke. She does not take any diet pills or
Complete thread -- Is this in the Impression or history section?
Complete thread -- thanks for the direction ...
Complete thread -- Both the Rinne and the Weber tests employ the use of metal tuning forks to provide a rough
Complete thread -- see the link for answer
Complete thread -- "calprotectin"
Complete thread -- google key words - ear tests louder
Complete thread -- Is he saying from HIS standpoint? Can't get the s/l. Sorry.
Complete thread -- THANKS SO MUCH!
Complete thread -- s/l wepards and renaids?? Doc has serious lisp
Complete thread -- mp3 posted, please
Complete thread -- misoprostol
Complete thread -- omeprazole?
Complete thread -- esomeprazole?? generic Nexium.
Complete thread -- medication help?
Complete thread -- The patient can resume his Plavix today?
Complete thread -- Takotsubo
Complete thread -- I hate this frequent flyer. eh, eh. He needs English lessons as usual. Can't get this one.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- The patient ____ Plavix today.
Complete thread -- sulindac
Complete thread -- preterm contractions - given *cilendec* or *silendik*?
Complete thread -- There is "Evan's syndrome" (autoimmune disease)
Complete thread -- taka-tubal?
Complete thread -- s/l cow protectant!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- cryptosporidium?
Complete thread -- Pt with s/l Evans syndromy sm
Complete thread -- Leaving alone...Thanks for the input!
Complete thread -- It is discussed (along with using glucose & insulin to lower) in the EDCourse.
Complete thread -- Yes. See link, page 364
Complete thread -- Now, I can hear albuginea. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- No value is mentioned, and the BMP has some values given with
Complete thread -- s/l brisk-ber-dene
Complete thread -- I would leave it. Is it discussed in other areas of the report?
Complete thread -- If hyperkalemia is listed in IMPRESSION, but no value is given