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Complete thread -- fluff to the guys
Complete thread -- Thanks for filling in the background. I HAD misunderstood. I'm
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Found this...see link...
Complete thread -- Thank you both for your suggestions. I apologize I didn't come back - got sidetracked.
Complete thread -- fluff to poi :)
Complete thread -- way late but s/l urgitory may be urological pelvis or urogenital pelvis (area)
Complete thread -- Let me see if I can show nm how this is done. "I was obviously wrong in my statement LVH
Complete thread -- Dyskinesia = difficulty or distortion in performing voluntary movements
Complete thread -- The problem is that what you are just “reporting” is taken out of context.
Complete thread -- GPT / SGPT?
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- s/l GVD of 17 TIA!
Complete thread -- I think it has something to do with it being a schedule II drug, but cannot
Complete thread -- I think it might stand for "emergency medicine caveat"
Complete thread -- found this, but now out of touch with opthal, medicine changes quickly. Sm
Complete thread -- Here's one reference for EM caveat
Complete thread -- agree, torsades de pointes, also often just referred to as torsade nm
Complete thread -- O: pardon me if I go by credible sources, U can do as you please, I'm just "reporting" sm
Complete thread -- nice explanation, o
Complete thread -- yes, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- Nevermind...I see you had it correct in the question, so other was typo
Complete thread -- Note: PubMed articles are showing both-bone (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- ugh! Got it - both bone forearm fracture.
Complete thread -- Both-boned formed fracture?
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- çool link, lb! +turkey fluff
Complete thread -- thank you very much! ...
Complete thread -- have a good one!
Complete thread -- de not des
Complete thread -- torsades des pointes (verify spelling)
Complete thread -- No evidence of s/l touchard depont?? on this Holter monitor. ...
Complete thread -- LOL! I know... he seemed very amused LOL
Complete thread -- Pardon me if I go with what my doctor says over what you say.
Complete thread -- learned something new today (see link)
Complete thread -- I can't make out the 2nd one at all but do hear (in his room or in our clinic)
Complete thread -- I hear it as "a top gear trial" not "the"
Complete thread -- I am sure you can see enlargement on the CXR, but to hear it dictated as "LVH" is what I
Complete thread -- to: just fluff O (did I do this fluff thing right. Don't agree not seen on chest x-ray sm
Complete thread -- well, that's not very nice of him to be giggling about it!
Complete thread -- sounds kinda like McDear? can you post a wav to include where he says it the 2nd time?
Complete thread -- my pleasure.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! Can you hear the doc name by chance?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- patient is another doctor... and doctor dictating is giggling as he dictates
Complete thread -- I've been searching for the last half hour and come up empty. Sry
Complete thread -- Thanks for following up.
Complete thread -- I'm starting to wonder if maybe it's the name of the clinic where she had procedure done
Complete thread -- Re: LVH and chest x-rays. (no question here, just fluff)
Complete thread -- s/l top gear - found this (link)
Complete thread -- More sentence. :)
Complete thread -- nebulizer inhaler or nebulized inhaler sm for meaning
Complete thread -- it was agreed that he may be suitable for the ____ trial.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- There is a BoS exception about not having to use hyphens with
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- sounds like nebulizer inhaler but they are 2 different things. maybe nebulizer/inhaler
Complete thread -- unsure if saying nebulizer inhaler/nebulized inhaler/or nebulizer and inhaler
Complete thread -- woot woot! +fluff
Complete thread -- Are you sure, Q? Stedman's Radiology Words doesn't have it hyphenated.
Complete thread -- I was just coming back with the cut and paste ç for Behçet from the symbols below :) U win
Complete thread -- Thanks. My spell checker did the same :o)
Complete thread -- Behçet syndrome - ahh, but I see I'm too late, but at least I put the tail on my c!
Complete thread -- Found it too! Thanks
Complete thread -- I think I found it. Instead of 'the' it is Behcet' pronounced 'be-shed'
Complete thread -- could "the shot"=Behcet ?? see link
Complete thread -- Behcet?
Complete thread -- I was wondering about that. The hits on Google didn't. Do you know this syndrome?
Complete thread -- s/b white-matter lesion (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- s/l "shot" syndrome.
Complete thread -- Found this link. He may be referring to it.
Complete thread -- I dont think UPJ or ureteropelvic really fits here, but I have been known to be wrong b4
Complete thread -- suppression comes to mind, but that's all I can think of.
Complete thread -- R U saying U think it is "ureteropelvic pelvis"? or ureteropelvis? or what..I am
Complete thread -- What is the exact sentence following your s/l. Sometimes that
Complete thread -- I think she's trying to say ureteropelvic, but does not say junction. thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- feeling dumb. ESL doc says, Abdomen: Tenderness over right "urgitory" pelvis. nm tia
Complete thread -- s/l expression
Complete thread -- I used grammar.ccc.commnet.edu for my source and
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- steroid-sparing maybe
Complete thread -- ....steroid "serin" therapy such as methotrexate.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks guys! Will have to send with blank as it is a stat dictation and I have had
Complete thread -- see link - i think it is circulating LAPs were seen but didn't search further
Complete thread -- sure s/l E-M caveat to me too. No clue here.
Complete thread -- EM or AM but I have no idea what he means.
Complete thread -- anyone know what he is saying? I am hearing what s/l E-M caveat
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- S/L FISH studies and flow cytometry - ESL
Complete thread -- nope, makes no sense in the context.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Oh, I recognized the poster by the post. Eggsactly
Complete thread -- actually, the word "the" is before ileocecal (and can be a new sentence vs. semicolon)
Complete thread -- splenic flexure, transverse colon, hepatic flexure, right colon intubated; ileocecal...
Complete thread -- flexure, right _______ ileocecal valve was seen
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- As I said "I have heard" - I have NOT heard of it on a CXR. I see that it does show up on
Complete thread -- thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help!! I will make note of this next time I run across it.
Complete thread -- linezolid (INN, /lɪˈnɛzəlɪd/ li-NEZ-ə-lid) He is putting the emphasis
Complete thread -- (Generic for Zyvox)
Complete thread -- linezolid (he's saying it wrong)
Complete thread -- med help, having no luck with variations of spelling of what I am hearing
Complete thread -- well, then, shame on me too, cuz that's what came to my mind!
Complete thread -- just found it :) Kathy Linde
Complete thread -- unable to catch last name (Kansas)
Complete thread -- The first time I heard it, it takes you aback a little bit. Then I got used to it. I
Complete thread -- it's a new term to me. I don't do much onc, tho.
Complete thread -- I do a lot of oncology. I hear castrate-resistent prostate cancer all the time
Complete thread -- thank you for your help! :)
Complete thread -- Thank you - I saw that, but I was curious about the T12"A." Thanks tho!
Complete thread -- Castration is what I'll use...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear it like you heard it. (sorry I ignored your post for so long)
Complete thread -- Sounds more like this one...
Complete thread -- yes - "tapped" means that the joint fluid was aspirated.
Complete thread -- He developed some swelling in his elbows which were *tapped *
Complete thread -- I also found "castration resistance" - another possibility
Complete thread -- I found "taxane" resistance, but did not research thoroughly - try looking into that
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- SM...
Complete thread -- what is the current treatment that might be stopped?
Complete thread -- Prostate cancer
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- wanting to verify I am hearing the plan correctly
Complete thread -- Thanks to both, getting my brain in the right direction, it was scrotal.
Complete thread -- Ok, this sounds better than mine.
Complete thread -- scrotal?
Complete thread -- the only thing that comes to mind is transrectal ultrasound?
Complete thread -- scrotal?
Complete thread -- s/l skwavel or squavel ultrasound and (same word) calcifications. Sm
Complete thread -- You're probably right -- Lidoject, tho
Complete thread -- I see it used with Opana as well.
Complete thread -- oh, okay, yeah... I hadn't even googled it. No clue what that means, sorry.
Complete thread -- see archives from July with this link from Questyr regarding Lidojet. Maybe?
Complete thread -- No, it's T12A and documented on formulary lists, just wondering what it is.
Complete thread -- any chance it is "q. 12h" ?
Complete thread -- OxyContin T12A 10 mg -- anyone know what the T12A stands for or means?
Complete thread -- only thing I can think of like your s/l is Lido-Gel...
Complete thread -- Foley catheter placement
Complete thread -- try this: In the OneLook box above, type "d*kinesia" - I bet it is one of those 6 words.
Complete thread -- motor s/l*ded-i-ki-nesia*,
Complete thread -- no, you can't see LVH on x-ray "for sure"
Complete thread -- woot woot! (just got in this a.m. and saw this, what a surprise!)
Complete thread -- rolling my eyeballs.
Complete thread -- On page 241 of BOS2, both capital and lower case single letters use 's. (I's vs Is)
Complete thread -- Does to me. relating to, or having the characteristics of a vena cava.(area/wall etc)
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- TY Questyr. That is good info
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- how would you write this? SM TIA
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- R U able to definitely tell us we are dealing with
Complete thread -- for me...sorry!! chronic renal insufficiency! :) thanks Questyr
Complete thread -- Working on your s/l, but note s/b was (not is)
Complete thread -- He is found to have s/l clonal adrenal insufficency few years ago. tx.
Complete thread -- I note that one of the OneLook dictionaries specifically
Complete thread -- medial
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- There is a mesial term used in dentistry, but check OneLook definition..it fits
Complete thread -- Isn't mesial a reference to teeth? Does endomysial fit?
Complete thread -- I would think...in the mesial lung base
Complete thread -- Chest CT - poorly marginated soft tissue s/l in the me-zee-ul lung base. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- yes could be LifeScreen, sounds like it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Maybe stating Life Screen as a generic reference to Life Line Screening
Complete thread -- maybe LifeScreen test ? (can't find very good documentation, but some)
Complete thread -- s/l Lie? screen test
Complete thread -- I think my thought is pretty unlikely
Complete thread -- In case you misunderstood, context will dictate whether to use 'of' or 'for' because
Complete thread -- typo may be have s/b may be just
Complete thread -- rt, you did see my post begging your pardon and saying U should edit didn't U?
Complete thread -- Interesting thot. I've been trying to find if pulmonary
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just sounded odd to me. I'd rather not edit much anyway. Appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- Disregard.
Complete thread -- ? is it possible they are saying "Myoview stress testing shows...."
Complete thread -- I beg your pard...I did not read your message inside your post.
Complete thread -- I checked OneLook definitions for 'for' and 'of' and
Complete thread -- Gee! That was it. Awesome! Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you ...
Complete thread -- MD keeps dictating 'for evaluation for.' Leave as is or edit 'for evaluation of?'
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- O, U R good!
Complete thread -- see link for wildcard search results. Could farco=??marked fibrosis??
Complete thread -- only needed = alleviated?
Complete thread -- He has stable shortness of breath with some cough that is 'only needed' with Claritin
Complete thread -- that makes 5 of us
Complete thread -- it was melanoma in situ ...
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- No, certainly 'pulsative' but no doubt means 'pulsed.' Thanks, Questyr
Complete thread -- Is there more U can tell us? Patient's diagnosis and anything
Complete thread -- see if U can hear pulsed steroids (see link)
Complete thread -- Pt. will be admitted to hospital for likely for 'pulsative' steroids.
Complete thread -- arm mass
Complete thread -- ....seems a bit overkill and redundant. I'd probably have gone with: (SM)
Complete thread -- I agree with the plain old Norco 5.
Complete thread -- in link they are always separated by some type of punctuation, so I think comma is correct
Complete thread -- But 'caval' does not make sense when plugged
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. I wasn't sure if 'double-stranded DNA histone would go together.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I feel I can justify it under the 'for consistency' thought process..since
Complete thread -- I think so
Complete thread -- C3, C4, double-stranded DNA, histone, Smith, Jo, SSA, SSB.
Complete thread -- I don't know about Q's rationale, but I'd not use it because we were taught not to plurali
Complete thread -- don't know what happened w/link? LVH =hypertrophy= "enlargement" & can see
Complete thread -- I would just paragraph (sm) dictator running things together(common)
Complete thread -- haha..I think he is saying the patient is making a pest of herself and demanding
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense? Sounds awkward to me..
Complete thread -- Nantucket and bucket do rhyme. Toggles and "cawvels" do not.
Complete thread -- left ventricular enlargement is often seen on chest x-ray (though
Complete thread -- I agree, but I'm surprised at you, Q...
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- Wonder if s/l caw vels= caval/cava (as in IVC inferior vena cava) wall
Complete thread -- Link not usable, must be a member it said.
Complete thread -- agree, no apostrophe, just 5
Complete thread -- I would not use the 's' ...just Norco 5. JMO
Complete thread -- Norco 5's or Norco 5s
Complete thread -- sure can see on chest x-ray g a p j o j (thought cardio your main acct.)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- agree with Q BNP was less than 5.
Complete thread -- finding these ranges for BNP, so wondering if supposed to be 115
Complete thread -- do you think he is meaning 115? "eleven five" ?? Not sure myself
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. I kept hearing possibly "eleven five" so was not sure
Complete thread -- Not necessarily. There was a man from Nantucket who liked to sit on a bucket...it rhymes.
Complete thread -- I hear 'BNP was less than 5'.
Complete thread -- Thanks, again. I'll post if I find out!
Complete thread -- For future..usually there is a lateral and AP view...with
Complete thread -- lab BNP
Complete thread -- I couldn't find anything. Sry
Complete thread -- Would not make sense with short sentence before. I will flag, guys. Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- LOL wouldnt it be coggles then?
Complete thread -- I wonder if new sentence starts with elevator?
Complete thread -- wow, I was wanted to hear that but the ending sounded like *gill* to me.
Complete thread -- I heard the same and Googled that but w/o success.
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying. I'm going to blank it.
Complete thread -- It surely is 'epimacular proliferation' not perforation. Not sure of the words thereafter.
Complete thread -- ...cawvel
Complete thread -- I hear "elevator" but can't get it to make sense.
Complete thread -- LOL! Phonetically it rhymes with toggle...cavel
Complete thread -- lamotrigine (ck my spelling)
Complete thread -- I have heard LVH on EKG, but not on a CXR?
Complete thread -- Ventolin HFA p.r.n., montelukast 10 mg daily, bupropion, ___________, Lantus,
Complete thread -- ?epimacular perforation .. ... the internal
Complete thread -- Here's my thinking...that the filter may be clogged because
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "and was later," not sure about the rest of the wording.
Complete thread -- I'm so confused. How does caw-vels sound like toggle? What am I missing?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- Bell? SM
Complete thread -- OK I'll see if i can find anything.
Complete thread -- No, it rhymes with toggle...caw-vels (sorry)
Complete thread -- ??Bell's phenomenon?? see link
Complete thread -- Epimacular proliferation ______ was used" and the internal limiting membrane forceps
Complete thread -- eye exam on 11-month-old
Complete thread -- R U saying the s/l includes what I show here in quotes "caw-vels (like toggle)" ?
Complete thread -- s/l caw-vels (like toggle) ...see message
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- agree with flag
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- you could see left ventricular hypertrophy on chest x-ray, but not ejection fraction.
Complete thread -- I would flag, yes.
Complete thread -- I think she means point of the. Like tip of. Thanks
Complete thread -- Just verifying. Two-view chest x-ray is wrongly dictated in this context...
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Would've tried but your wav is gone.
Complete thread -- thank you! I was trying all sorts of variations in spelling and could not figure it out
Complete thread -- Estes Park? Colorado
Complete thread -- funny!!! thank you!
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says (near Burlington, Kansas)
Complete thread -- kinda ironic...
Complete thread -- any guess on the first blank though?
Complete thread -- this is what I am finding also, particuarly with the 1 cm measurement
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, gapjoj!
Complete thread -- that 2nd blank needs to be a bit longer on the wav
Complete thread -- and I see "rear tip extenders" ?
Complete thread -- MAYBE The LGX ? SM
Complete thread -- Thank you, poi!
Complete thread -- Thank you all. I will flag. He says pons but maybe means pars. nm
Complete thread -- found this sentence on a grammar site "correct grammar is probably not a concern of hers"
Complete thread -- Another two helps with penile implant
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- named after Dr. Brantly Scott
Complete thread -- I do regret that this has been a complication of "hers." (postop problem)
Complete thread -- Scott ring retractor?
Complete thread -- Yes. The comma is to indicate an adjectival phrase following
Complete thread -- and other problems?? (I can't hear your second blank on the wav at all,
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- A penoscrotal incision was made and the sl/ "scout-ring-retractor system" utilized fo
Complete thread -- with the problem of motor fluctuations ____ as well as dyskinesia.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- oh gee.... I heard "cr" at the beginning.
Complete thread -- I've looked up Cristal, Christal, Crisco - and nada. Can't quite get it. sorry
Complete thread -- Brisbane
Complete thread -- Actually, we have not yet disagreed.
Complete thread -- has just returned from holiday in ____
Complete thread -- does not each vertebra have its own pars though? pars of L1 through ... I think
Complete thread -- Ima gonna disagree w/Q again; like I said last time, I would edit to "2-week mark."
Complete thread -- Yes because without it, it appears pars is describing L1.
Complete thread -- I'd comma pars, L1 - anyone else?
Complete thread -- not pons (that's pertaining to brainstem)
Complete thread -- Bet U R right...as in pars interarticularis..see link
Complete thread -- pars
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- It s/b with hyphen...probe-patent....see PubMed link
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Fracture of the pons L1 through L3 lumbar vertebra. sm
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr
Complete thread -- see link..note must read entire thread as my 1st suggestion was incorrect
Complete thread -- Two weeks' mark. I'll see if I can find the discussion thread
Complete thread -- 2-weeks mark. Is this correct? Seems not to make sense to m
Complete thread -- Not a prob.
Complete thread -- Never heard that before. Thanks, poi
Complete thread -- Thanks gapjoj.
Complete thread -- I know she says 'off of' but I edited to 'off' since grammatically correct.
Complete thread -- This PubMed article uses the hyphens..see link
Complete thread -- s/l "off of the methotrexate" to me
Complete thread -- lyophilized
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- I don't know the s/l, but am concerned there is something else
Complete thread -- agree, I do too
Complete thread -- I head 'totally occluded left etc'
Complete thread -- She has been off the methotrexate 10 tabs weekly and _______ Cimzia 40 ...
Complete thread -- This one is certainly more likely than multiple-butts injuries.
Complete thread -- ditto - ulceration is clear, but does s/l something "or ulceration" so not sure about my
Complete thread -- total (occlusion?) left anterior decending artery, moderate
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- skin(?) ulceration
Complete thread -- scale or ulceration? i hear ulceration but not sure on the first part
Complete thread -- There is no evidence of any _____.
Complete thread -- total something (?) of the left anterior descending and moderate lesions...
Complete thread -- posting again
Complete thread -- Ha ha ha ha
Complete thread -- good one, WW!
Complete thread -- I used to do it that way, but it felt slutty. Now that I edit, I leave it as it comes in.
Complete thread -- Compound modifier need hyphen?
Complete thread -- not here either
Complete thread -- Wow, I feel silly. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Aluminum chloride?
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing it...
Complete thread -- my typo..I had even posted such in another part of the thread.
Complete thread -- did your mp3 post?
Complete thread -- Cardiac catheterization reveals ______ lesion of the circumflex and the right
Complete thread -- shave excision of back lesion and used "luna" cord for hemostasis. tia nm
Complete thread -- the "and" is not necessary either, just 6 feet 0 inches
Complete thread -- I heard it as probaten...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was hearing it as 1 odd word.
Complete thread -- sounds good to me.
Complete thread -- he is *trying* to say it wasn't patent enough to allow the probe to fit through.
Complete thread -- I think he is correcting to "however, (it) was not probe patent"
Complete thread -- probe patent ? huh? I think he's all conflusi.
Complete thread -- okay - now here is the link... for real!
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- here's just a link to a google search...
Complete thread -- I went with perineal at the last. I think it was confusing because she was discussing the
Complete thread -- No, wait! I believe it is actually perineal -- if you hang on, I'll provide documentation.
Complete thread -- all I can think is trisomy ? monosomy
Complete thread -- arghh - I believe it is monosomy. I always find things after I post.
Complete thread -- child neurology - trying to find a word that s/l "marsomy"
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I would do as dictated, but I'd use 0, not spelling out zero
Complete thread -- peroneal
Complete thread -- yes, type as dictated
Complete thread -- Doc dictates the patient is 6 feet and zero inches tall. This is not
Complete thread -- perineal or peroneal? I was sure of it at first until she mentioned the toe.
Complete thread -- I checked google, stedman orth, tessier surg word book. Did find Gangley both books but sm
Complete thread -- no, very clear I just cannot document
Complete thread -- without more info, consider ganglion splint (if the word "hand" is not perfectly clear)
Complete thread -- can't document s/l Gale hand splint
Complete thread -- Never mind...I figured it out.
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- s/l*(mumbles) __sion, motor, accumulate* latencies were 9.8/5.1.
Complete thread -- Labs
Complete thread -- ? rapid afib
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. Was almost sending it in and decided to come back for a last look.
Complete thread -- Crede procedure (there's an accent on the second 'e' if you can do that)
Complete thread -- Wrong, will flag. Patient is female.
Complete thread -- Ah, got it - chordee
Complete thread -- sounds sort of French with a long A sound at the end - CordAy
Complete thread -- GOT IT! Size V target.
Complete thread -- sm. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- The sensing threshold is assessed by measuring the R wave or the P wave
Complete thread -- The ability of the myocardium to contract when stimulated by the pacemaker is called captu
Complete thread -- not on a pacemaker.
Complete thread -- agree with P wave in this instance. T waves are more on an EKG.
Complete thread -- TRUS - transrectal ultrasound biopsy
Complete thread -- Can post a wav, can be P or T I believe
Complete thread -- He had a *sus* biopsy in
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- P see link
Complete thread -- Pacemaker interrogration - s/l P wave or T wave
Complete thread -- It is 0.045 see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- that'd be "take the living donor's kidney" - no need for a hyphen there.
Complete thread -- that seems like quite a stretch, Q. I doubt many people have had that experience.
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me
Complete thread -- The pin *captured* the fifth metacarpal
Complete thread -- belive it should be milliseconds instead of no seconds
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- "run of" or "runs of"? (plus I'd spell out atrial fibrillation unless acct likes slang)
Complete thread -- stress test
Complete thread -- mild left carpal tunnel syndrome, 4.65/3.95,*no seconds* terminal latency median moto
Complete thread -- multiple <past> injuries?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- will try
Complete thread -- is it possibly "focal neuritis" where you are hearing "foot lumaritis"
Complete thread -- concomitant ?
Complete thread -- neuropathy and *com mittant* right peroneal neuropathy.
Complete thread -- Diagnosed with localized osteoarthrosis of ankle and foot *lumaritis*.Recommends Lyri
Complete thread -- BTW..then it would be multiple-butts injuries, as it would be
Complete thread -- Good idea, but I agree I should probably flag.
Complete thread -- Wonder if in the car accident, her car was rear-ended (see message)
Complete thread -- she had multiple s/l "butts" injuries
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Good suggestion, not clearly that though. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- repair?
Complete thread -- rotator cuff s/l pat-nall surgery. TIA!
Complete thread -- FYI no parentheses are required...PubMed had several
Complete thread -- O anak anak! Here is the link I forgot yet again!
Complete thread -- This being the one where they take the living-donor's kidney to give to
Complete thread -- At UCSF they call the surgery laparoscopic donor nephrectomy..see link..just
Complete thread -- Ya I thought it was probably Vimovo, but I was wondering if there was another drug similar
Complete thread -- esomeprazole/naproxen
Complete thread -- Vimovo
Complete thread -- Medication s/l ven-ov-a
Complete thread -- As Vera Pyle has said, we want to get it right, but not righteous about it.
Complete thread -- wheals ?
Complete thread -- I'm going to use the parentheses as below and have it ok'd by QA. Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- ahhh...ok. I see your point and you're right. Nearly all the ones I've typed have said
Complete thread -- I don't do a lot of those types of notes, so will be happy to defer to O. I was
Complete thread -- or....Living donor (kidney transplantation)
Complete thread -- Same here. That's why it sounds funny to me.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- not to argue but...
Complete thread -- I agree with Poi.
Complete thread -- I don't think you are arguing...I asked for your opinion :)
Complete thread -- too funny!
Complete thread -- I think the word donor makes it clear the pt is not recipient of kidney.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. No, no blank. That's a flag where I work. Still sounds funny, though.
Complete thread -- yeah it does. Maybe if you put "Living donor, kidney transplantation"?
Complete thread -- in diagnosis the kidney is being transplanted, in this case from this patient to another
Complete thread -- jmho, are you contradicting yourself?
Complete thread -- transplantation - to move from one place to another - sounds fine (to me)
Complete thread -- Question regarding diagnosis (see message)
Complete thread -- I am concerned...the oral dose is 150 mg, the injection is not. see link ..so
Complete thread -- Wish I could HEAR it, but your logic makes sense.
Complete thread -- LMBO
Complete thread -- Agree with ibandronate after reading up on both.
Complete thread -- I hear 2 and it makes sense (to me) that he changed "some" to "2", being more specific
Complete thread -- I felt he changed from 'some' to 'a few' though he did not
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- period after reason. Also...not sure if he says few or 2 biopsies
Complete thread -- I agree with poi. I think a new sentence s/b started at "Irrespective"
Complete thread -- Irrespective of what the biopsy shows...
Complete thread -- HAHA - that was funny!
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- 150 mg monthly injection of "i-dendo-nate". ibandronate? please SM
Complete thread -- Thanks y'all!
Complete thread -- LOL! Wonder if the salad was with or without cabbage/CABG. hah
Complete thread -- fluff - LOL
Complete thread -- hehe
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- allograft croutons might be good on an alopecia salad!
Complete thread -- me too!
Complete thread -- I like poi's suggestion.
Complete thread -- I'm finding a Coupland elevator...which is also a bone chisel and
Complete thread -- google hit - Autograft, cancellous allograft croutons, and demineralized
Complete thread -- that's almost $40 per boner!
Complete thread -- Thank you!! I have another help, please SM
Complete thread -- Schatzker
Complete thread -- Schatzker classification of tibial fracture..see link
Complete thread -- I was going by what my brother paid (no insurance)
Complete thread -- left proximal tibia fracture with sl*shotzka* type II.
Complete thread -- oops, I meant to paste...see message for quote from Dorland's
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Dorland's shows caps when referrring to the Genus, but no cap when
Complete thread -- Thank you! Since it's a genus, I guess caps. nm
Complete thread -- weals?
Complete thread -- ??Rhus?? but I'm also checking on whether to cap or not
Complete thread -- contact dermatitis, probable "woos." Pt exposed to poison ivy. tia nm
Complete thread -- but only about $2.30 each at...
Complete thread -- It's the nature of the dictators, run-on sentences, clipped sentences, abbreviations, made
Complete thread -- yep - they're about $230 for 6 pills. I'd just as soon "go without"
Complete thread -- just to clarify, 20 mg is not the daily use dosage.
Complete thread -- k
Complete thread -- makes sense to me...prescription for 6 with 12 refills (most can't afford more than that)
Complete thread -- We need to get a PSA level and renew the Cialis 20 mg. I gave him*6*and 12 refills,
Complete thread -- Yes, I prefer my salad without hair.
Complete thread -- bahahahaha
Complete thread -- OK thanks.
Complete thread -- my lil M-W dictionary shows sorer and sorest under the 'sore' entry.
Complete thread -- Yes. see Merriam-Webster link
Complete thread -- Is sorer a word? See inside..
Complete thread -- I almost always do it as gapjoj..and, in fact,....because I
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Great thx.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- with the hyphens
Complete thread -- I completely agree with Q's version (with use of parentheses) except it is DBX (as Q said
Complete thread -- below-the-elbow cast or below the elbow cast?
Complete thread -- and, in fact, is how I do it.
Complete thread -- I think the sentence starting with "We took the combination..etc"
Complete thread -- and in fact, or , and in fact,
Complete thread -- Also, per 'o' below, 'the right- and left-hand side'
Complete thread -- in case not typo s/b DBX (not DPX)...see link
Complete thread -- :-D
Complete thread -- Voice wreck: The patient has alopecia universal salads.
Complete thread -- Sentence a bit scrambled.."We then using pituitaries and
Complete thread -- I think you got it, O
Complete thread -- I'd also use a hyphen and a suspensive hyphen in "right- and left-hand side"
Complete thread -- #3 this is planned for later use for?? --can't quite get it, but I think "use" not "usual"
Complete thread -- used a Cobb
Complete thread -- I'd be inclined to flag this as there is a combination
Complete thread -- #2 as an en bloc
Complete thread -- the local lamina?
Complete thread -- yep, although if those are the only medications listed, the comma after bromide is unneces
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The autograft was ____ and the allograft was the DPX putty and
Complete thread -- there are pituitary forceps, rongeurs, curettes... I'd go with it.
Complete thread -- yes, more than 1 pituitary forceps.
Complete thread -- We then using *pituitaries* and pickups, we were able to lyse all the
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks. So, ipratropium bromide, and ipratropium/albuterol, correct? tia nm
Complete thread -- A few ?S
Complete thread -- ipratropium bromide is one drug. ipratropium (with) albuterol is a combination
Complete thread -- ?? Herceptin anti trial?? but neither guess clearly heard
Complete thread -- ipratropium bromide, and ipratropium albuterol. O2 dependent with COPD. sm tia
Complete thread -- ??Herceptin (uh) 2 trial??
Complete thread -- phase II trial?
Complete thread -- something trial...
Complete thread -- Adjuvant chemotherapy, Herceptin ____ and radiotherapy.
Complete thread -- This had a dead trademark but Polycitra has a live trademark
Complete thread -- Polycitra-K
Complete thread -- maybe polycitra? see link
Complete thread -- He discontinued s/l polycitrate after seeing normal citric acid values
Complete thread -- I hear all sorts of things in this lil mind...LOL
Complete thread -- Stedman's Surgery Words has "Crown suture technique" with a capital C, but I didn't
Complete thread -- I sure didn't hear it but you did!
Complete thread -- I'd go with it - see link - lots of crown stitches/sutures here
Complete thread -- very tight?
Complete thread -- PE rectal s/l
Complete thread -- The hernia defect was closed using two s/l*crown* sutures
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks
Complete thread -- Medication, likely supplement? spelled: t-i-t-i-c-a
Complete thread -- urkidin' write?
Complete thread -- Sounds like he just stumbled, started to say for and then changed to by
Complete thread -- lymphoid aggregates were seen
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- nonspecific chronic proctocolitis. _______ was seen in the specimen
Complete thread -- BD ______ by Prometheus is not consistent
Complete thread -- I think the OP sentene is just fine as is, my gawd youse guys
Complete thread -- OP is new...posted similar question 3 times. Turns out Tarceva correct.
Complete thread -- I see Tarceva is correct from your post below.
Complete thread -- Q=Questyr...No prob. Glad U got it.
Complete thread -- It would be helpful if you post all your responses on
Complete thread -- Tarceva must be it. Thanks. Sorry, new here, didn't see my firs post go through..
Complete thread -- patient with lung adenocarcinoma currently on s/l Carsteva?
Complete thread -- Did U see suggestion below of Tarceva, and R U saying U
Complete thread -- history of metastatic lung adenocarcinoma and right pneumonectomy, on s/l Kurstiva?
Complete thread -- ?Tarceva? see link
Complete thread -- istory of metastatic lung adenocarcinoma status post pneumonectomy, on s/l carsteva?
Complete thread -- :) I was using both. Looks like on our reference page listed as internal med
Complete thread -- Would like to explain my opinion...Since there was no
Complete thread -- Agree with both of your thoughts.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ??Carticel?? see link
Complete thread -- Patient had arthroscopy with s/l "cartisole" biopsy. It sounds like he starts
Complete thread -- No, but the whole thing is a nonsentence......
Complete thread -- I would, BJMO
Complete thread -- Is comma required after well-nourished?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- may be Olbert balloon sm & link
Complete thread -- agree, and forgot to say anything. you did get a lot more than i was able to decipher.
Complete thread -- Chirag Vaidya, he isnt on there internet web page, but is on our
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Vaidya is the nephrologist
Complete thread -- I wasn't, but glad Billybob was - he got it right!
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- guess... this is in Stedman's cardiology  Olbert balloon
Complete thread -- leukemoid
Complete thread -- some type of reaction
Complete thread -- thank you billybob! :)
Complete thread -- Severe debility and deconditioning.
Complete thread -- g a p j o j are you here?? needing help =/
Complete thread -- then used the 18-French s/l*O-Burt* balloon dilating system to dilate
Complete thread -- I suppose when its a boring day, things happen.
Complete thread -- sorry for the late reply (thank you!) I did flag it
Complete thread -- Agree, I can't find anything else.
Complete thread -- I'm only finding same as you. Sry.
Complete thread -- looking for UPPV, sm plse
Complete thread -- what? I wasn't even on yesterday. Maybe you're picking the fight.
Complete thread -- by "generic" Q just meant not a brand-name titanium product - nothing inaccurate
Complete thread -- judging from your post history, you have picked 2 fights today and 1 yesterday
Complete thread -- I agree with Q, too. (?) I like the archives to be accurate.
Complete thread -- I understood Q's meaning and probably everyone else did too. Why are you trying to
Complete thread -- No, it doesn't, and I think we all knew that several hours ago.
Complete thread -- titanium is a metal; it is not a generic anything.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- oy vey already
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- I like this better than sinus.
Complete thread -- and I would agree. This thread is getting
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- IGNORE. sorry misspelled
Complete thread -- Jay-Mar grip dynamometry
Complete thread -- that too
Complete thread -- pinch meter to measure the power - link (about the 5th one down)
Complete thread -- Jamar dynamometer...see link
Complete thread -- yep - i knew that, i dont know why i didnt put the word as 1 word..
Complete thread -- NOTE: Cap was only because it was the beginning of the sentence..not
Complete thread -- hornblower's sign is the patient's inability to outwardly rotate the shoulder. This is the
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Hornblower sign ?? see link
Complete thread -- Using the *power pinch meter,* 8 kilograms of force ... Using the *Jay Mar dudemomete
Complete thread -- horn blower?
Complete thread -- OP implied that she/he thought the patient was homosexual
Complete thread -- s/ l *warm blower* sign
Complete thread -- I agree with 'o'...we've provided generic and registered
Complete thread -- well sure, but Tritanium is a brand name; titanium is a metal
Complete thread -- might be, if "talum" can be stretched to Tritanium. We can post links all day, but only
Complete thread -- so there are two fyi posters?
Complete thread -- oops here's link
Complete thread -- Here's an FDA request speaking about Triathlon Tritanium Metal-backed Patella..so
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I found a Stryker Triathlon Tritanium (not Tritaniurn) see link
Complete thread -- I should add that it's an acetabular component, tho, so probably not what OP wants here.
Complete thread -- nasopharynx introitus (or nasopharynx and introitus)
Complete thread -- Might be, but Stryker has a product called "Tritanium".
Complete thread -- Thanks for your response... I went back to listen, just to make sure I wasn't missing that
Complete thread -- the person to whom I responded
Complete thread -- in which case, it's not a fake metal
Complete thread -- Except spelling s/b titanium see link
Complete thread -- I got that sense of correcting/repeating too - the way he says it quickly the second time
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- wondering...??sinus??
Complete thread -- You've a typo..s/b rule-out (because used here as compound adjective). I did
Complete thread -- Is he repeating himself? The rest of the labs otherwise are
Complete thread -- Tritaniurn? that is one of the 'fake' metals used.
Complete thread -- thanks, poi. Hope the OP comes back for it.
Complete thread -- MRI of the nasopharynx and s/l "trivus" or "pribus"
Complete thread -- Status post left total knee arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- I don't get to be impressive? :)
Complete thread -- good one oscar. It took me 5 listens to hear what you posted, even knowing what to
Complete thread -- Not alone..but you contributed w/ sleeves/slaves..even tho
Complete thread -- #1: sets of; #2: 2-D echocardiogram #3 segmental wall motion abnormality
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 3 ?s
Complete thread -- not sure, but you have a he/she error in 3rd sentence
Complete thread -- The rest of the _____ are negative.
Complete thread -- I guess I'm not getting your point, if you have one. For whose information was your post?
Complete thread -- you answered your own question
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- nominally, minimally ?
Complete thread -- Speech was spontaneous, *dominally* verbal and guarded at times.
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- Is comma needed after work rehab here
Complete thread -- who said otherwise?
Complete thread -- one can be homosexual and monogamous
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I would also cap Infectious Disease in this context (discussed with=personification)
Complete thread -- yep, implanted
Complete thread -- implanted
Complete thread -- maybe "through 8" = through a (meaning result of) fall and cord compression?
Complete thread -- and consider removal of ______ device as necessary.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- saying it backward instead of T8 through T12?
Complete thread -- paraplegic T12 *through 8*
Complete thread -- Glucotrol or Detrol but no diabetes that I see, so maybe stumbling on Detrol?
Complete thread -- more context on the patient might have been some clue to search for something
Complete thread -- addendum info
Complete thread -- it means pulmonaray embolism rule out criteria PERC sm & link
Complete thread -- what was it?
Complete thread -- found it.
Complete thread -- He has no medical history or problems and his s/l PERC is negative.
Complete thread -- acetate, *glucodetrol*, hydrochlorothiazide
Complete thread -- but look at the black outlines - backup board is in its own box; the text box goes with
Complete thread -- I think that is most of us look at what is "above" the boxes instead of below them.
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks all.
Complete thread -- I should add that it is relevant medical information that he is the "top player."
Complete thread -- I'm sure that's exactly what it means.
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking too.
Complete thread -- No clue here. Unless he's the "one on top" (I don't even want to go there). No idea here
Complete thread -- in sexual relations between gay men, there is a "bottom" and a "top"
Complete thread -- By the way, he does say - quote top player
Complete thread -- "top player" What is this supposed to mean?
Complete thread -- I think backup board is something you click on and has nothing to do with archives or
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I didn't come up with the answer.
Complete thread -- If you look up there, backup board is new search.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- you mean "new search"
Complete thread -- ??Cafergot??
Complete thread -- We discussed _______ (s/l kamerdrac) and the patient
Complete thread -- The impressive comment was for you gapjoj. When I reread the
Complete thread -- We may have to steal the name and call U guys the dream team!
Complete thread -- What a team U guys make! Impressive as always.
Complete thread -- 'o' does "Woot, woot!", "I do the Snoopy"..What do you do when
Complete thread -- OP didnt say breast cancer, but Arimidex is for that, so yea, makes perfect sense!
Complete thread -- I had an advantage, assuming the breast cancer history was from OP
Complete thread -- good one Poi, I bet that was it!
Complete thread -- no, i didnt hear side effects out of sleeves/slaves. that's 3 syllables, the word was 1
Complete thread -- Talwin
Complete thread -- Include verapamil, Zomax, Keflex, barbiturates, ________, antiinflammatory agents.
Complete thread -- I hear treatments
Complete thread -- sleeves (lymphedema sleeves), cost of all her treatments, and
Complete thread -- She has/had breast cancer (treatment) did sound like "slave" but
Complete thread -- struggling with sleep, cost of all treatment, hot flushes, and side effects of...
Complete thread -- Thanks for looking everybody. I have to send this now.
Complete thread -- I don't think that's the one, but thanks.
Complete thread -- Lamoureux?
Complete thread -- found a Dr. Maria Alano (neonatology) in louisiana
Complete thread -- or alamall (she says it 4 times, of course). It is probably a general practitioner. SM
Complete thread -- Do you know what kind of doctor?
Complete thread -- Looking for a doctor in or near St. Charles Louisiana s/l Dr. LMO.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was searching in the wrong box.
Complete thread -- then minute they drop off the page they are in "backup board" archives
Complete thread -- Not sure, but if you're looking for something fairly recent, use the next box over from
Complete thread -- How long does it take for something to go into the archives? Thanks.
Complete thread -- I was thinking it was a different medication than the
Complete thread -- I actually looked up slaves to see if there was some weird abbreviation
Complete thread -- whatever she is struggling with, sounds like it related to treatment for hot flushes and
Complete thread -- I dont hear "s" either.
Complete thread -- No need 2 B sry. We're just passing the headset around (so to speak)
Complete thread -- Sorry, I do not hear the "s."
Complete thread -- I clearly hear treatmentS (plural)
Complete thread -- ...struggling with sleep. Comfortable with her treatment.
Complete thread -- Since she is 'still struggling with ?' ...perhaps we can
Complete thread -- I thought I might have heard that too
Complete thread -- possible ____ treatment?
Complete thread -- sleeves/slaves (ends in S if I hear right), possible treatment, and what?
Complete thread -- No prob. Thanks for clarifying.
Complete thread -- I'm sorry, Q
Complete thread -- ? struggling with sleep...?
Complete thread -- something - costs of all of her treatments
Complete thread -- She is still struggling with ____ of all her treatments,
Complete thread -- I am not disagreeing with you, I just did not understand what
Complete thread -- If you removed the adjectives and said 'rotated onto
Complete thread -- Radiation of neck pain sound okay, but radiculopathy of neck pain doesnt make sense to me
Complete thread -- would it be "into" the left-side-down position?
Complete thread -- ibuprofen enteritis,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- opposing views (without seeing context tho)
Complete thread -- I had tried to find that. Was probably spelling it wrong as I had no hits.
Complete thread -- Yes. That is why I said thank you.
Complete thread -- I hear "both within the" - makes no sense though.
Complete thread -- Did you see all those thesaurus words given to you in 2 different posts???
Complete thread -- left-side-down decubitus position
Complete thread -- There is no sentence. I'm just trying to think of a word. Thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- Appropriate padding was performed _____ axilla and the bean bag inflated.
Complete thread -- radiculopathy of neck pain doesn't make sense to me
Complete thread -- hope this is helpful
Complete thread -- I don't understand your post..Do you mean that it
Complete thread -- agree - I think he is correcting
Complete thread -- not really
Complete thread -- Why don't you give the sentence? Could be some version of contentious
Complete thread -- more in msg
Complete thread -- see link for other thesaurus suggestions for disagree
Complete thread -- adversarial?
Complete thread -- conflict (as the base of the word)? or contention (as the
Complete thread -- it's not controversial. I should quit. I have no idea what I'm trying to think of.
Complete thread -- controversial... Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- looking for a word that means 2 sides can't agree *ential.
Complete thread -- Same here. Thankfully, I no longer work where QA usage is an issue.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- typo...My ears...not May ears
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- I agree. If I blank the first 1-2 jobs, then I know my day is shot already.
Complete thread -- I did. I sure hate starting out this way, although at least this company does not have the
Complete thread -- I trust gapjoj's ears, knowledge and instincts. May ears are
Complete thread -- I am beginning to agree. I think it is incomplete which is why it is impossible.
Complete thread -- The more I listen, I think the sound cuts off after arthritis and there are 1-2
Complete thread -- stutters around though. seems like he probably didn't mean 'of...
Complete thread -- I agree but I just couldn't hear 'iculo'pathy but more of an eopathy
Complete thread -- I thought tracheopathy too at first, but radiculopathy of his neck pain makes sense
Complete thread -- sorta s/l tracheopathy but i can't find a good google hit.
Complete thread -- I think I'm hearing ....radiculopathy...but 'of his chronic neck
Complete thread -- Wav file - I'm BACK! This is past medical history.
Complete thread -- teaching order? big fat guess, kinda hear that,
Complete thread -- If QA sends it back, I will let you know. I did flag as I had another flag.
Complete thread -- I rationalized the EG order(s) set as the physician does
Complete thread -- I thought HA made sense for heart attack but that would be too easy. Too
Complete thread -- Before I saw either of these posts, I thot I heard 'EG' as well.
Complete thread -- Now it sounds like HE. HG. 18. arrrgh!
Complete thread -- I was too. It might be EG at that. I am going to flag. I have another mumble that might
Complete thread -- EG order set? Sorry, I can listen & hear different letters each time.
Complete thread -- Ignore the docs name, wrong expansion. GI bleed too.
Complete thread -- He has G-tube feeds as a result of cancer, Peter A. Nigrovic, MD
Complete thread -- I sent a wav file. I think it is 2 letters but not positive.
Complete thread -- R U saying it s/l HA? or the letter H and the letter A? or HE? or
Complete thread -- Found this...see link...and found ALSO reference to
Complete thread -- patient with past esophageal cancer, current MI, current pneumonia.
Complete thread -- Very interesting info. Thanks, Oasis.
Complete thread -- I believe nested parentheses require parentheses outside and brackets inside. See link.
Complete thread -- going out on a limb - how about _____ pan-enteritis and abbreviating the first word to
Complete thread -- small bowel obstruction possibly s/l*trocoban enteritis*
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Thanks guys.
Complete thread -- Sorry. Didn't hear wav. lol
Complete thread -- sadly I didn't even read the paragraph :(
Complete thread -- low-titer, anti-actin transaminitis
Complete thread -- Looked good to me.
Complete thread -- Q you are 100% correct. Run@on sentences and needs major punctuation. SM
Complete thread -- Will turn in as typed. Thanks
Complete thread -- Under Assessment, dictated GERD. Are parentheses correct?
Complete thread -- patient with low-titer anti-actin, transaminitis.... Are hyphens correct?
Complete thread -- Yeah, but OP didn't ask for help with that part so I held my fingers.
Complete thread -- Clear as a bell. I knew it was an easy one, still could not discern the words. Thanks.
Complete thread -- in the past several weeks...
Complete thread -- For the past several weeks she has
Complete thread -- polymyalgia rheumatica and osteoporosis patient. Thanks
Complete thread -- If I am reading this grammar site correctly, one can
Complete thread -- For those who are still here, am I reading something wrong, or
Complete thread -- JFTR s/b abnormal-appearing
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- :-D
Complete thread -- So true.
Complete thread -- I agree. I think the patient just uses medicine from another country.
Complete thread -- I just dont think that those 2 don't sound alike at all.
Complete thread -- In all fairness, in the original text that sounded like Degan, it was 10 mg 2 tablets, and
Complete thread -- Not this one. The wav is still there, have a listen
Complete thread -- wav still there - sounds like "day gam" or "day gan"
Complete thread -- didnt sound like a soft G / jh sound. definitely hard G - like great
Complete thread -- maybe, but not to me. D H E A / deegan.
Complete thread -- No question, just a comment.
Complete thread -- ? soft G
Complete thread -- DHEA could sound that way when spelled out
Complete thread -- lol! gotta love the sound-alikes!
Complete thread -- glad i caught this before sending it in- the story of the axilla!
Complete thread -- To me, QA sounds like they "guessed" since they saw DHEA on prior reports??
Complete thread -- wow - like you (or us) would know that. Hmmmm...that is quite interesting.
Complete thread -- Degan - response from QA -
Complete thread -- New one for me!
Complete thread -- I found that it is used on warts. I checked thinking the same thing as you.
Complete thread -- wonder what the formaldehyde is for? never heard of that as a med?
Complete thread -- new FDA Vazculep (phenylephrine hydrochloride) Injection hypotension
Complete thread -- I flagged. Her last 3 drugs ended up being her allergy list too.
Complete thread -- Hounsfield units
Complete thread -- SM, blank s/l housefood.
Complete thread -- I had found Degan but most of the responses were foreign. Thanks.
Complete thread -- You can type in Degan and get some Google images but otherwise kinda hard to document so I
Complete thread -- Sent wav file. thanks.
Complete thread -- Sounds like Dagam with a long first A - short 2nd A. I have found several close, but
Complete thread -- o b l g h j Hint for next time, first define "differential" meaning in lab sm
Complete thread -- sample of C-T for you (with that darn blank)
Complete thread -- CBC with dif (differential)
Complete thread -- No other surgery that I am aware of. The rest of the report did not sound like
Complete thread -- Is this a second surgery or followup? Sounds like it could be "identified proximally"...
Complete thread -- an approximately 7 cm or approximately a ...
Complete thread -- yep, that was it. Just seemed an odd use. Thanks
Complete thread -- identified
Complete thread -- wav file, just double checking what I think I heard.
Complete thread -- I certainly have had that happen to me, listen again the next day and clear as a bell.
Complete thread -- I think my listening 'ear' has taken a definite vacation this morning.
Complete thread -- Ah, no wonder. I have been looking syn or sin.. thanks
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- thin figure
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks for trying . . . :)
Complete thread -- I did too. I found a spot or 2 on the internet where Luque was used in context
Complete thread -- I think Luque is more for back surgeries ? but I def heard loop
Complete thread -- Thanks Poi
Complete thread -- I hear fornice
Complete thread -- I tried. Could find nothing but someone else might.
Complete thread -- fornices? I think I am hearing that finally.
Complete thread -- wav file, extra text just for context. Only 1 blank.
Complete thread -- in meds list: Glucose restorative *fito aguar* any ideas??
Complete thread -- Thanks that is what I thought I heard. SR had Luque which sounded close enough to make me
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- loop wire
Complete thread -- wav file, I have 2 wires that fit this mandibular fracture.
Complete thread -- Oh my. Well, I will add it for next time.
Complete thread -- Sounds good to me - but pulsatilely did go throuth my spellcheck and I've never added it.
Complete thread -- Never mind. Went with pulse. Was thinking of pulsatilely, but that sure sends the spell
Complete thread -- How would you rephrase the sentence to get rid of pulsatilly or would you use it and
Complete thread -- sorry! I'm usually off on Fri & Sat.
Complete thread -- lol - Pupils are reactive blahblahblah. ____ Mouth, ears, nose,
Complete thread -- May be too late, but just for FYI, there is reasonable support for
Complete thread -- O! lol
Complete thread -- fluff Q
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- That is a new descriptive infiltrate term for me. Thanks! Flagging & moving on.
Complete thread -- fluffy? WAG
Complete thread -- bilateral s/l full of infiltrations on x-ray. TIA!
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- thank you so much Poi! I can now hear that too :)
Complete thread -- 1. As the patient was being admitted, I was called...(agree with your #2)
Complete thread -- just got blank #2... he says "Past medical history"
Complete thread -- g a p j o j are you still on here tonight?
Complete thread -- cannot make out what he says word for word
Complete thread -- no need to shout, pal
Complete thread -- okay then, how can anyone possibly help with just a blank. It could have been any number
Complete thread -- thank u!!
Complete thread -- Exactly. You gave us a blank. How are we to know what the blank sounds like without a
Complete thread -- I would expand it
Complete thread -- that is what I thought too but wasn't positive :) would that be considered slang?
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- was referring to when you were first asking for help :)
Complete thread -- no one at all was picking on you, we were stating we need something to go on. Sheesh
Complete thread -- which is used to predict the ease of intubation.
Complete thread -- instead of "known petty" how about Mallampati score
Complete thread -- tib anterior is what I hear.
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- He is AHA class II, known s/l "petty" score of 2. ? score
Complete thread -- If you can't even hear it, how can you say what is right?
Complete thread -- If some of you...
Complete thread -- JUST DID THAT...
Complete thread -- okay, you don't want to guess, but you need to provide us helpers with what you think it
Complete thread -- I think this was the right word...
Complete thread -- doesn't sound like Nucynta
Complete thread -- No, I'm betting he means hemoglobin A1C. they rarely say (I've never heard) it as a.c.
Complete thread -- I just found this, it is an opioid? Nucynta ?? hmmm
Complete thread -- I found this. U sure it isn't a.c. ??
Complete thread -- to present the number that he ... ?
Complete thread -- wow, I can't think of a thing he could be saying. Vehita? Mehita? sorry-
Complete thread -- present the number mumble. but a.c. can't be right. It is A1C. ?
Complete thread -- Med help
Complete thread -- unsure what he says. Audio between ****
Complete thread -- that means clear anoscope reference markings, not so much a "clear anoscope"
Complete thread -- verrrrry carefully?
Complete thread -- how does one guess if you provide no s/l or sound file?
Complete thread -- manual diff?
Complete thread -- What did your word sound like?
Complete thread -- Flagging...
Complete thread -- See more inside.
Complete thread -- ? CBC and diff
Complete thread -- Labs
Complete thread -- comma not coma. sheesh
Complete thread -- Also need a coma in there after the patient, but she refused... (run-on sentence IMO)
Complete thread -- failed treatment maneuver for sciatica. Instruction to patient, I also
Complete thread -- flagging, though I would still like to know if someone comes along and listens :) thanks!
Complete thread -- Dr. MadGab.... unsure
Complete thread -- colonoscope?
Complete thread -- I'd flag that and not guess. That's a pretty odd diagnosis to "guess" on.
Complete thread -- Apert syndrome, I guess. Just not comfortable with it, as I have
Complete thread -- secondary diagnosis is s/l A-perts anxiety disorder, bipolar disease,
Complete thread -- clear anoscope?
Complete thread -- huh??? questions asked versus chat room answers
Complete thread -- purse-string anoscope?
Complete thread -- it seems he was playing football. Perhaps when he hits another player
Complete thread -- sinus
Complete thread -- s/l*cleanoscope* from the PPH instrument set was removed
Complete thread -- ionized cal maybe
Complete thread -- EKG: Normal s/l saline rhythm. No changes. TIA!
Complete thread -- An s/l eye-cal will be performed. TIA!
Complete thread -- AP and lateral thumb. Also - left thumb, seen on 2 views, best....
Complete thread -- Correct platement of commas?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- The board is more and more long chat rooms I think
Complete thread -- duh, cervical spine
Complete thread -- did you look up definition of ablate?
Complete thread -- Late, but I agree. He sure sounds *yawn* tired.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had to work a little since I've XP, but it appeared I had the right settings
Complete thread -- Here's the link. You MAY have to listen to a 2-minute advertisement before
Complete thread -- Thanks Q.
Complete thread -- This message is for the person who posted as 'no clue'
Complete thread -- in socket
Complete thread -- that is what I heard too, but wasn't certain :) Thanks so much guys! :)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I hear bipolar disease
Complete thread -- I put a link there too for archives - it is NuCel bioactive amniotic suspension.
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly as not mentioned anywhere else or in one and only
Complete thread -- Found this biologics listed site...see link...I'm scanning for 'amnio'
Complete thread -- ah - got it! it is NuCel
Complete thread -- This board is made up of great teammates. I am always amazed at what
Complete thread -- sorry I have no clue what you are referring to???
Complete thread -- Could be! Thank you. I'll listen for that.
Complete thread -- I'll take another listen. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I have heard of socked in when talking about weather....closed in...filled in...maybe?
Complete thread -- trying to document "*new cell* amnion biologic" ...
Complete thread -- WAG "round off the sharp end with callus" ??
Complete thread -- I know :) Just stating that this employer doesn't allow. My past employer did
Complete thread -- thank you! I can now hear it :)
Complete thread -- No prob. I wasn't being critical. Just explaining what I did.
Complete thread -- thank you so much! I can now hear that :)
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- yes, my employer does not allow I and D, it is on the slang list to expand
Complete thread -- Normally this doctor speaks very clearly.
Complete thread -- was I and D'd without incident (I see you expanded) I just gave what was said
Complete thread -- without incident
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- I agree under ideal circumstances...unfortunately there are
Complete thread -- I think you started the "good solve" when you heard "translate" in there.
Complete thread -- I didn't listen, but agree with has a negative since right after he says as well as a
Complete thread -- Gosh, I've not heard that word in forever.
Complete thread -- I hear she was to take pain medication. ??
Complete thread -- I try not to read other posts either when listening to wav files.
Complete thread -- and with poi (who posted just before me)
Complete thread -- and poi too, for that matter... I didn't pay attention to previous posts.
Complete thread -- sorry, Q - I see you already posted that, so let's just say I agree w/Q.
Complete thread -- I do hear "pain" -- "treatments or taking pain medication"
Complete thread -- could also be "she refuses to take pain medication"? continues to take pain medication?
Complete thread -- I relistened and he stumbles in there...now I don't know
Complete thread -- I don't hear "pain". I just hear treatments or taking medication.
Complete thread -- For what it's worth I hear..'treatments or taking pain medication." Also
Complete thread -- treatments or taking pain medications?
Complete thread -- She ______ take pain medication.
Complete thread -- I'm impressed too, good solve.
Complete thread -- thank you, just a good wag'er :)
Complete thread -- Ditto!
Complete thread -- That is it!!! Menstruating. How smart you are, poi. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. That would make sense then.
Complete thread -- this was a pure wag-unable to hear a wav file on this
Complete thread -- dislocation?
Complete thread -- Googling indicates it is not uncommon to have microscopic
Complete thread -- menstruating?
Complete thread -- I wonder if it could be ...pregnant at the time....
Complete thread -- Have U made the adjustment to your speaker icon (someone
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I can hear the sound, but cannot discriminate the words. Sry
Complete thread -- can barely hear it even w/volume max. sorry.
Complete thread -- wav posted now. Thanks
Complete thread -- Really WAG..."She did undergo hospitalization." ???
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- #1 ??She did undergo __?__.??
Complete thread -- No. See o's below.
Complete thread -- Now I hear "She does not recall any treating doctors."
Complete thread -- She had microscopic hematuria; however, has been 'tregging' (could it ...
Complete thread -- #2 ??She is not (quote) under treating doctors?? (I do not hear unquote
Complete thread -- #2 She does not recall the name of the treating doctor(s).
Complete thread -- wow - I'm impressed. Good job.
Complete thread -- She _______. She states she was ... She _______ treating doctors.
Complete thread -- Wonder if part given is not quite correct. Perhaps s/b
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- or maybe saying "translated from *some language* to English"
Complete thread -- ohhh - I hear that now too and something about pt not speaking English.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear translator in there, not sure if it fits...big help right? lol
Complete thread -- Oops, disregard, did not see U had already gotten it.
Complete thread -- BTW..I was only going by s/l...did not hear the WAV
Complete thread -- Could 'inside'=does have ??..so.. The patient does have negative..etc
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Link shows it is 3 hours distance..see link..so may be what U R seeking
Complete thread -- Found a Farmers and Laborers Mutual Insurance in Missouri, but
Complete thread -- Assistant was present _____.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will use 'has a'
Complete thread -- no, I guess not. Can't make it out, tho.
Complete thread -- Hahaha!
Complete thread -- good job!
Complete thread -- Really s/l inside or NSAID (which makes not a lick of sense). I'm not much help, sorry.
Complete thread -- mumbling "has a"?
Complete thread -- I posted the wav. Hope you can hear it, having problems with wavs
Complete thread -- Got it - Laborers' Health and Welfare Fund (Chi town union). Boom!
Complete thread -- like "inside" facility?
Complete thread -- --or s/l labors farm
Complete thread -- Pt with autoimmune disease. Patient s/l 'inside'...
Complete thread -- Doc in IL dictates insurance co "laborers farm"??? Anyone?
Complete thread -- Good catch. PubMed shows can be shown as basal-squamous
Complete thread -- husky fluff
Complete thread -- basal/squamous? (they're 2 different types of cancer)
Complete thread -- O, yw!
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- I'm sorry! I forgot to come back because...sm
Complete thread -- The UDUB is just shortening UW (you-double u) u-dub .. it has nothing to do
Complete thread -- typo incorrect (not incorrection)
Complete thread -- Maybe better as ablated, closed (the lid had excision and then
Complete thread -- I think ablated-closed ..he's describing the lid has been
Complete thread -- thank you! I can now hear it :)
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- greater trochanter
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says. Any guesses to point me in right direction?
Complete thread -- Try to put JUST the word 'fluff' on the subject line and
Complete thread -- symptoms of epiphora and *ablated* closed upper lid
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- could be referring to hard palate retractors?
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- just means side comments, not really related to OP question...
Complete thread -- keep listening to WAV and cannot hear hiccups at all :( I tried! :)
Complete thread -- There is a Hurd dissector and pillar retractor used for tonsillectopmy.
Complete thread -- No. I checked. Used for cervical spine.
Complete thread -- what does "fluff" mean? I have seen that more and more recently lol!
Complete thread -- Fluff for Q
Complete thread -- ??Cloward retractors??
Complete thread -- s/l hard retractors
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- is he/she saying cold calorics?
Complete thread -- You've never heard of "Dubya" to distinguish George W. Bush from George
Complete thread -- If he hiccups
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! He must be stumbling... I saw this suggested but did not research it. THANKS
Complete thread -- Agree with caloric SM
Complete thread -- see this link about caloric stimulation
Complete thread -- context given in message... he starts a new paragraph... sm
Complete thread -- Okay...Yes...
Complete thread -- maybe caloric? SM
Complete thread -- Maybe she promptly HAS narcosis ?
Complete thread -- s/l he wants to use the word narcoses or narcosed ? But....
Complete thread -- What is the whole sentence (and the one before and after)? context?
Complete thread -- Rearrange the sentence...
Complete thread -- neurology - patient being tested for anoxic brain injury, sm
Complete thread -- SM for the whole paragraph...
Complete thread -- why don't you cut and paste the whole paragraph and we'll see if we can make sense of it.
Complete thread -- googling udub brings up Univ of Washington.
Complete thread -- if that's the word, there's only one way to spell it and nothing will make it into a verb.
Complete thread -- Right, I have no idea since I didnt hear the dictation.
Complete thread -- which city are you typing? I live on west coast
Complete thread -- can you post a wav or mp3?
Complete thread -- Correct...
Complete thread -- Sounds to me like the university ?
Complete thread -- I'm having a hard time fitting that word in the sentence? seems like oxygen would help
Complete thread -- I have no idea lol!
Complete thread -- "narcosis" is a noun and your sentence requires a verb, so I don't know what to tell you.
Complete thread -- West Coast, Oregon specifically. Doctor asks me to "send a copy
Complete thread -- I heard what you heard. But he hits what, his chest?
Complete thread -- not making sense to me so unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- Spelling...sm
Complete thread -- I like yours better
Complete thread -- IM Rho (Rhogam) was already given?
Complete thread -- WinRho maybe?
Complete thread -- Sent in for query
Complete thread -- "new" location is mumbled. Also hearing "middle" location? flagging. thanks
Complete thread -- I think means widening, lengthening
Complete thread -- s/l bindro.
Complete thread -- I definitely jumped the gun on that one......Definitely Synctocin
Complete thread -- forgot to add: no obvious fracture, potential fat pad sign. nm
Complete thread -- or maybe. If the placenta remains in the uterus after 1 hour of syntocinon infusion,
Complete thread -- that actually sounds closer to the s/l than my answer
Complete thread -- x-rays show a physis "new location." 12-year-old with olecranon injury. tia nm
Complete thread -- great! I found it by googling as follows: "* infusion" "retained placenta"
Complete thread -- Also found Syntocinon
Complete thread -- One more to add. s/l bindro Maybe binder?
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is it
Complete thread -- sulprostone infusion?
Complete thread -- So?
Complete thread -- s/l symphis noninfusion
Complete thread -- No wav comes up at all when I tried to listen just now?
Complete thread -- Will turn in the other blank. Can absolutely not understand it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I still can't hear my own vf. THanks for the auditory meatus. I checked only in my ENT boo
Complete thread -- Googling your 1st phrase, I come up with "auditory meatus."
Complete thread -- It is reposted but totally soundless on my end when I listen. Thanks
Complete thread -- I keep having the hardest time. New computer. I have it loud enough on my end. Will try ag
Complete thread -- I hear just the faintest whisper... you need to increase volume.
Complete thread -- I can't hear any sound on your audio file.
Complete thread -- ..off the lateral the aspect of TM and mastoid cavity. On examination ...
Complete thread -- oops - meant that maybe it felt like a lightning bolt, not actually struck. ;)
Complete thread -- WAG...blunt rock?
Complete thread -- s/l blood rock
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- have heard "bolt of pain" before
Complete thread -- "bolt down his leg" would make sense to me, as in a shooting
Complete thread -- jolt?
Complete thread -- (lighning bolt)? maybe
Complete thread -- maybe not - I found (SM)
Complete thread -- I think your PG1 is DG1 and separate from digoxin.
Complete thread -- gtn patch is glyceryl trinitrate patch (in the UK)
Complete thread -- He felt a *bolt* on his leg while doing maneuvers with his back
Complete thread -- PG1 may be prostaglandin 1 (separate from Digoxin) sm
Complete thread -- I did wildcard/phonetic search on drugs.com, got nothing
Complete thread -- Is this out of U.S. meds? ie digoxin PG1 and GTN patch nocte
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- possiible terms- uvula, soft palate. generate a gag (reflex)
Complete thread -- Possibly. Good suggestion. Flagging and moving on. Thanks for the input!
Complete thread -- That was a new one for me; thanks for letting us know!
Complete thread -- that makes way more sense
Complete thread -- ? condo cover
Complete thread -- ? tongue assessment/pharyngeal gag?
Complete thread -- Tongue s/l uh-judgment over essential gag is intact. TIA!
Complete thread -- Got it....cookie theft sheet!!!
Complete thread -- on the s/l cookie staff sheet, patient was unable to name a key TIA!
Complete thread -- "loop of" makes sense to me
Complete thread -- thank you very much!
Complete thread -- A *loopa* suture was placed on the drain to prevent displacement
Complete thread -- *hear
Complete thread -- wag-didn't heat: tonneau cover?
Complete thread -- So? This time, I guess they used charcoal,cause they do use it at times??
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- anyone??
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- can find charcoal tattooing, see link - but they usually use India ink?
Complete thread -- I give up trying to cut and paste. Go to this link here, then
Complete thread -- cannot find a brand name for this use either. Closest was Charcodote but it is for
Complete thread -- This new search feature is screwy..trying again
Complete thread -- Link did not work..trying again.
Complete thread -- I did not find a brand name just use of charcoal and dot tattoo see link
Complete thread -- looking for tattoo in colonoscopy s/l charco-dot (just charcoal dot?)
Complete thread -- Thanks again!
Complete thread -- Also scroll down to the last entry of that link
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- "of 0.5% Marcaine with epinephrine" = prepositional phrases and have
Complete thread -- Oh, I see it...definition #3. Thanks!
Complete thread -- This is an MRI of the left lower extremity, though...
Complete thread -- Hmm, I don't know. Look at this...see link
Complete thread -- OneLook definition is supportive...see link
Complete thread -- Yes, I believe that is it. Only finding a few hits for that as well.
Complete thread -- cloaca?
Complete thread -- Hmmm...cortical plica (only have 1 hit on Google)
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- s/l cortical coag-aw or cortico-coag-aw (sm)
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for that reference, Q.
Complete thread -- Takes a bit of time to load...section "time, money and quantity"
Complete thread -- see link, insert in page box...377
Complete thread -- BoS 2 page 377...as answered above, was
Complete thread -- I thought so. I will note that. Thanks
Complete thread -- I just made that "dose" up.. :)
Complete thread -- Agree. don't have access to my BoS but just like 3 mg of Demerol was given. ...
Complete thread -- Googling indicates phosphate level can be checked and hits
Complete thread -- it is "was" - don't have time to document the rule, but someone else can - I am SURE, tho.
Complete thread -- Which is correct: was or were?
Complete thread -- I would think #2 ....see link for description of its use.
Complete thread -- I had that first, then changed it. Thanks
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- doesn't phosphate need to be linked i.e., clindamycin phosphate. Maybe he
Complete thread -- pain pump. Using a ..., dissecting underneath the ... blah, blah, (which allows) the cat
Complete thread -- I can't tell where the Moog tunneler goes. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- not sure about the word "and" (mumbled). tia nm
Complete thread -- or what about "mag" (magnesium)?
Complete thread -- could "vank phosphate" be "vanc(omycin) trough"? (only fits if pt is on vancomycin, tho)
Complete thread -- I'm finding TSH, T3, T4, electrolytes, calcium, phosphate. R U sure
Complete thread -- I sorta hear amiodarone too?
Complete thread -- I'd consider amiodarone but I'm not sure that's it.
Complete thread -- labs to include TSH, T3, T4, electrolytes, and "vank" phosphate. nm
Complete thread -- Sounds to me like he repeated Amaryl (?).
Complete thread -- medications are Amaryl, Lasix, ____, Lipex, Micardis, Bicor and aspirin
Complete thread -- I agree - might even be saying, "thanks - later!" but does s/l an aside
Complete thread -- To call is to personify, so capped. I don't think any of us
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- I did google images, ick
Complete thread -- Yes. I apologized below.
Complete thread -- No, I think he's really talking to someone in the room
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- Dorland's has the grossest pics, don't it?
Complete thread -- OneLook shows one of the definitions of pyoderma is a pyogenic skin
Complete thread -- "... were noted, though, albeit with a loud PMI."
Complete thread -- You sure "thanks" isn't "things" better?? He cut out the offending piece to make things
Complete thread -- Dorland's shows a picture (yuck) of that as the pyogenic
Complete thread -- ooh yeah - I hear the "thanks" now (s/l "thanks, Better!")
Complete thread -- he says it 3 times in report. Would you type it as dictated? pyoderma granuloma?
Complete thread -- I hear sometimes "heave, lift or thrill" maybe one of those words is in there?
Complete thread -- hmm... I was going to suggest no LVH, but pt does have LVH.
Complete thread -- Don't be. I see your logic. My apologies to all. There is even
Complete thread -- yep, sounds like he says "thanks, someone" and continues with but...
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- phorbol esters
Complete thread -- I think esters is fine, but what is four ball?
Complete thread -- He cut out the offending piece to make things better??
Complete thread -- "No LV with a loud PMI." cardiac exam. Please see msg. tia
Complete thread -- doc is clearly saying pyoderma granuloma... I see pyoderma gangrenosum or pyogenic
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I think he is talking to his staff or something and it has nothing to do with the letter
Complete thread -- Ester?
Complete thread -- that is where I am too =/
Complete thread -- s/l something "better" but can't catch the word before that
Complete thread -- page 313 of BOS 2nd, "We called Pathology for the report."NM (nm
Complete thread -- still disagree. If they dictated sending it to the pathology department, fine, but
Complete thread -- Do I have this punctuated correctly?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- and Pathology will be doing something, just like Cardiology would do the consult. :)
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Tho you can substitute Dr James ...send a specimen to
Complete thread -- ha ha - I thought it was funny too but I didn't even snap to why it was funny.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Personification is when the entity does the direct action (as if a person)..i.e.
Complete thread -- AH-HA...
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I can hear them both 'clearly' now!
Complete thread -- nodules nor septae
Complete thread -- clearly
Complete thread -- cell signaling factors (WAG)
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- but then personification would never work, because you are always substituting
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I could add it is no on the basis that it was sent to the place...it was
Complete thread -- agree with o
Complete thread -- swish & spit (squish made me giggle afer seeing wormwood)
Complete thread -- isn't it sort of personification? (We sent it to Dr. Smith.)
Complete thread -- I always say yes. You'd send a specimen to Dr. James. I'd ask for a consult from Cardiol
Complete thread -- Nutraceuticals
Complete thread -- There are 2 tests to the question..I would say no...see link
Complete thread -- Do you cap Pathology as in "it will be sent to pathology?"
Complete thread -- I just breezed by that as a typo ;-)
Complete thread -- thank you (looks like i ASSumed cm instead of mm too!)
Complete thread -- Think it s/b 4.5 cannulated ...see link
Complete thread -- calcaneal fracture ORIF, pls sm
Complete thread -- ok, never mind then... I guess you got it w/o my help.
Complete thread -- This one works.
Complete thread -- trying yet again for correct link
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- Link didnt bring any results up?
Complete thread -- Oops..wong link. Here's the right one.
Complete thread -- Thank you...I do believe it is curved...He's ESL.
Complete thread -- I was wondering that too...see link
Complete thread -- curved plate? (another guess)
Complete thread -- I can't find anything but maybe "cup" ? and thats a big old guess.
Complete thread -- looks like a fractured orbital rim/zygoma ?
Complete thread -- what is the title of procedure? (might help us with our searching)
Complete thread -- We placed a 5-hole **cuff** plate with four screws on the lateral orbital rim
Complete thread -- Repuda debuta.
Complete thread -- okay, just making sure it was not a typo. Could you hear "nystatin"?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- good guess, Q - that fits in with other meds that indicate bipolar.
Complete thread -- yes to medical - maybe versus psychiatric?
Complete thread -- and is it really dictated as "medical medications"?
Complete thread -- ??Latuda??
Complete thread -- if they're giving potassium, it'd be HYPOkalemia. And, nystatin maybe?
Complete thread -- potassium chloride for hyperkalemia, *nasteden*, oxygen.
Complete thread -- CURRENT MEDICATIONS: Include Wellbutrin, Lamictal, lithium, *litura*, oxycodone, Ty
Complete thread -- Not to complicate things, but I heard 'adenoidal' which would
Complete thread -- thank you-lymphatic system involved as well.
Complete thread -- Could be...see link
Complete thread -- I think you got it, poi! - it was her emphasis on *A* dental surgery that threw me.
Complete thread -- do ENTs do dental surgery?
Complete thread -- I was going in the wrong direction. It's cefazolin. Thanks.
Complete thread -- AV fistula creation. S/l fazmin
Complete thread -- A dental surgery
Complete thread -- ROS-heme
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- don't blame you.
Complete thread -- the more I listen the worse it gets for me :( thinking I am going to blank it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- by doing the math, he would have been a 4yo at time of surgery
Complete thread -- S/L reveals adenoid surgery? but not 100% on that adenoid
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q
Complete thread -- I can't either =/
Complete thread -- Yes...as in spreading the bacteria
Complete thread -- Fordyce is an ENT doc, but I can't get what she's saying.
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly (located in Kansas)
Complete thread -- ankle exam...
Complete thread -- thank you guys for all your help!! I greatly appreciate you!!
Complete thread -- gonna go with what I think I now hear based on variations of past reports
Complete thread -- Thank you guys! Won't need to turn in now.
Complete thread -- maybe no jugular venous distention? I do hear "distention or distended" in there...
Complete thread -- also just caught a boo boo... remainder, not remained :)
Complete thread -- now I hear heart sounds normal.
Complete thread -- I think I am now hearing:
Complete thread -- anybody hear "cranial nerves are normal"?
Complete thread -- I think this is what she is saying (??)
Complete thread -- bowel sounds normal. no peripheral edema. ? something else still inbetween those 2 I
Complete thread -- posted slower, unfortunately our program just distorts audio when you change speed :(
Complete thread -- I feel like I hear something about carotids sound normal... and something about edema
Complete thread -- can you slow her down? All I can catch is "edema" at the end, maybe a "normal" in there..
Complete thread -- I got "peripheral edema" out of that, but she's pretty dang fast.
Complete thread -- states Use a hyphen with compounds formed with the prefix self-. self-administered
Complete thread -- so do I...fwiw
Complete thread -- I hyphenate anything preceded by self
Complete thread -- self-referral or self referral
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- I've never heard of it, kept playing with the spelling on google & it popped up.
Complete thread -- during the day only, as it causes insomnia.
Complete thread -- good one, lb - didn't see that on the bacteria list
Complete thread -- that sounds like it is it. TY
Complete thread -- Facklamia ?
Complete thread -- saccharomyces?
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know
Complete thread -- makes sense
Complete thread -- It could be...
Complete thread -- Thanks, but doesn't quite sound like that. I will relisten.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking you missed a word in there "causes insomnia IF she takes it at night"
Complete thread -- Bauerfeind
Complete thread -- Answer was Vimovo (I was way off) Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will do that.
Complete thread -- Bauerfeind brace?
Complete thread -- Why do doctors do that? It definitely needs flagged - in both places I'd say.
Complete thread -- s/l Bowerfell brace??
Complete thread -- transitional opportunity program? The outreach program?
Complete thread -- Could it be "right hepatic, central splenic density" ??
Complete thread -- As dictated. How should I edit this? Thanks
Complete thread -- check out this link for Treatment Outcome Package
Complete thread -- West Virginia, Huntington. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Have to ask because the other day we had one from Australia.
Complete thread -- What city/state is patient in?
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- Psychiatric TOP
Complete thread -- I lean towards nm.7's tooting=touring
Complete thread -- good luck!
Complete thread -- short for hemostats
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the suggestions. I'm going to listen again and (sm)
Complete thread -- ?? or moving encounter touring from ...etc
Complete thread -- curved *stats*
Complete thread -- :) nothing worse than tooting and counter tooting.
Complete thread -- typo...hiking (not hinking)
Complete thread -- ? how about country touring
Complete thread -- WAG 'moving encounter tooling from California and (meaning 'to') hinking in
Complete thread -- Advil?
Complete thread -- did me too when I first read it -
Complete thread -- Can U hear 'tooling' ...only I have no idea what to suggest for 'from'
Complete thread -- I see Tooting is in South London - so... ? (I highly doubt it though)
Complete thread -- dunno, but counter-tooting cracks me up :)
Complete thread -- Can hear the L sound at end.. it's a foot device but can't figure out.
Complete thread -- possibly the first part of the 1st one 'moving and counter'=moving encounter
Complete thread -- I saw that too - if the patient went to France, that'd fit.
Complete thread -- ? concert touring?
Complete thread -- where does she live now?
Complete thread -- #2 ??Provence?? see link
Complete thread -- Patient with recurrence of trochanteric bursitis.
Complete thread -- Mobic?
Complete thread -- Patient has lipoma and foot pain and taking NeuroGel. "The patient will also utilize
Complete thread -- usually hear continuous pulse oximetry - yours looks like he's stumbling on pulse ox
Complete thread -- I will re-listen..Thank you!
Complete thread -- under s/l *pulse com*, pulse oximetry, blood pressure, and EKG monitoring
Complete thread -- no, but employed is
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "The superior thyroidal artery" see link
Complete thread -- employed - utilized. no, your word isnt a word.
Complete thread -- is imployed not a word???
Complete thread -- I think Doc is referring to the SE feature (structural
Complete thread -- a lot of times you'll hear PCF-160AL or sometimes pediatric?
Complete thread -- except for the scope model#, the only descriptors I can think of are pediatric and adult
Complete thread -- The superior thyroid ______ artery was identified, dissected,
Complete thread -- The Olympus s/l*structural** video-colonoscope was inserted in the rectum
Complete thread -- Bump...
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- Correct....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- extraosseous. pleural-based (adjective modifying soft tissue mass)
Complete thread -- No...
Complete thread -- parenchymal?
Complete thread -- PET/CT
Complete thread -- cross reactive?
Complete thread -- s/l cause reactive or course reactive..
Complete thread -- that's a great guess!
Complete thread -- right
Complete thread -- I believe hand load would be 2 words. sm
Complete thread -- please double check that sm
Complete thread -- at best dubious. nm
Complete thread -- vastly dubious.
Complete thread -- not your word, but typo - stated he IS pursuing (not has)
Complete thread -- herpetic is right. Valtrex is for the herpes virus. Dangerous to have it in your eyes -
Complete thread -- Doctor writes frankly I believe his complaints are *vas tube e us*
Complete thread -- s/l *herpetic* ophthalmopathy
Complete thread -- Compensation Guidelines, there is a *handload* based on the thumb evaluation
Complete thread -- thanks for trying, will flag.
Complete thread -- I'm stumped.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ??SV graft?? (saphenous vein graft)
Complete thread -- Start typing "samples" or "sample reports" lots of suggestions come up
Complete thread -- Not a bother, your research is enlightening. Keep em coming!
Complete thread -- Angiogram showed patent s/l 3G graft to marginal branch of circumflex TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes. I checked PE & ROs, MT samples and auto fill for..range of motion..and
Complete thread -- PE and ROS words should give you common results from those sections
Complete thread -- Ran into a bit of a problem...from our question searchers
Complete thread -- Nicely done, also I find the auto suggestions work great, esp for drugs
Complete thread -- Also found if I put trough in quotes it does not change it to
Complete thread -- True, it's a way around the verbatim feature
Complete thread -- Not quite the same...Google has a search tools you can click on, but
Complete thread -- How about trough -through
Complete thread -- Tried it a 3rd time...it changes things to through...I was careful
Complete thread -- Nevermind. 2nd time I tried, it gave me trough..I must have made a typo.
Complete thread -- When I put in 'trough' it changes it to 'through' ..with regular
Complete thread -- I'm looking forward to trying it out.
Complete thread -- Interesting search info on another forum. Quoted, see inside!
Complete thread -- Typo...history is object noun...(subject noun understood is patient, verb has)
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- I think he's trying to say" ezetimibe and simvastatin (Vytorin)
Complete thread -- ps - are any medications mentioned?
Complete thread -- medication help, STAT dictation TIA
Complete thread -- ps - wjat
Complete thread -- I like trough, as suggested below
Complete thread -- Ah thanks.
Complete thread -- Several-year history (history is subject noun) with compound
Complete thread -- Several-year-history...hyphen needed??
Complete thread -- O anak...another typo....s/b hits seem to support it
Complete thread -- See link ...hit seem to support it.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't think this one because the symptoms are not metaphorical or
Complete thread -- Ooooh. I wonder if you've hit the nail on the head with this!
Complete thread -- typo...just got!
Complete thread -- Just go my new Dorland's which shows basal and basilar as:
Complete thread -- trough (circadian trough)?
Complete thread -- Four pairs of lumbar arteries arise from the back of the aorta
Complete thread -- There were four **lumbars** that were bleeding, and they were suture ligated with 2-0
Complete thread -- agree, lost to followup. Never came back for followup.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- lost to followup. The rest I would leave as dictated, they are 2 different things.
Complete thread -- is he just correcting self? or do I leave as is?
Complete thread -- I was unsure myself LOL!
Complete thread -- basal can be documented on google in reports, but basilar is more preferred, mho
Complete thread -- you got a point. I don't always change it, but looking, you are right.
Complete thread -- okay, wasn't sure if was saying edematous or what. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I head that too, but then archive helper said it was basilar not basal
Complete thread -- says basal rales
Complete thread -- faint 3rd sound.
Complete thread -- eczematous for the 2nd one
Complete thread -- new to acct, unable to get. Past reports are not consistent
Complete thread -- or - (see link) another "iffy" one
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- see link above, but not sure that is right either. i didnt research
Complete thread -- ok, how about this? I didnt look at any of these links, but... (see link)
Complete thread -- TR (tricuspid regurgitation) max ??
Complete thread -- I don't have the...
Complete thread -- Echo...
Complete thread -- I'm betting it is FLABER. New one for me! thanks. nm
Complete thread -- Troponin wouldnt fit here IMO
Complete thread -- see link - ? maybe
Complete thread -- Trop symptoms...
Complete thread -- He has pain with active motion of "Flaber" in his right shoulder. doc spelled? tia nm
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- trephine
Complete thread -- DSAEK and synechiolysis
Complete thread -- no, I typed "hour" as a wrong word, the OP didnt say anything about asking employer.
Complete thread -- I couldn't -
Complete thread -- Sorry...
Complete thread -- I found that one too, but couldn't support it as a medication..perhaps
Complete thread -- Is the s/l trop as in crop or trop as in cope?
Complete thread -- found VIP - SM - not sure if it is right though
Complete thread -- Sleep symptoms?
Complete thread -- Problem is I'm not sure if I'm looking for an acronyn or
Complete thread -- yep, shame on us...
Complete thread -- Oh, I know, but yet we're the bad guys.
Complete thread -- give a running start
Complete thread -- U don't come up with easy ones, do U?
Complete thread -- May have to...
Complete thread -- WAG misstating PPI as PIP?
Complete thread -- Sry. I'm not coming up with anything convincing.
Complete thread -- told you this one wouldn't apologize...
Complete thread -- TAPSE or TASPE? it is TASPE in your article.
Complete thread -- No need to explain "circa" - the answer was Adcirca.
Complete thread -- and i'm not ashamed to use my moniker either. i dont hide behind nm
Complete thread -- Tracleer is for pulmonary HTN, as is Adcirca -
Complete thread -- Agree, it was the answer. good grief
Complete thread -- I see..
Complete thread -- Symptoms
Complete thread -- i ALSO still think Adcirca was the drug he was saying and not 'at circa"
Complete thread -- I mean...what did she take the VIP for?
Complete thread -- that WAS the answer. The med was Adcirca - not "at circa" in any language.
Complete thread -- Can't get it, sorry. sounds like it has an x in it, but thats all I can make out?
Complete thread -- What is patient being treated for?
Complete thread -- VIP?
Complete thread -- Could the disease=of his ?
Complete thread -- I mispelled..s/b corrugations...but think that was it.. see link
Complete thread -- I thought I heard corregations disease... Did anyhone else?
Complete thread -- didn't seem to answer the OP question lb/gapjoj
Complete thread -- I hear ____ disease
Complete thread -- There is no reason to think that stereotactic radiosurgery is indicate ...
Complete thread -- YES, I KNOW; might/b ESL and "reading about " a drug not familiar with. but sm
Complete thread -- SALT and TEXT trials for breast cancer. Just posting for information sake
Complete thread -- Oooh...I wouldn't be surprised if that was it!
Complete thread -- I think I hear "corregations"
Complete thread -- listen for talonavicular?
Complete thread -- Endoscopically he had ____ of his esophagus
Complete thread -- s/l atapwia may be TAPSE (Tricuspid Annular Plane Systolic Excursion) ....
Complete thread -- Thank you for letting us know!
Complete thread -- Found this...
Complete thread -- True. I need a bonbon. What time do my soaps come on?
Complete thread -- good point! thank you. I am flagging the "thin" blank - thanks both of you
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- I'm not holding my breath... I think we know who this google link poster is.
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but as it is a joint, it s/b either naviculocuneiform or
Complete thread -- stuttering twice over the navicular cuneiform??
Complete thread -- revised, sm plse
Complete thread -- I think that poster needs to post a "sorry, but I was wrong"
Complete thread -- Agree - I can hear it now.
Complete thread -- s/l "thin navicular" pls sm for context
Complete thread -- I hear it now myself. ESR equal to 22. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Reposted again. Not sure what's going on.
Complete thread -- that's what you get when you just type in sound-likes into Google.
Complete thread -- okay. And Lyrica does fit well with the fibromyalgia (although Humira would've worked for
Complete thread -- giggle
Complete thread -- nope, still hear old one. i even shut the page down twice.
Complete thread -- Posted again. I can't hear mine either but should be there.
Complete thread -- Let me try again.
Complete thread -- Pt with rheumatoid arthritis. Dr. did not stumble. I think she absentmindedly dictated
Complete thread -- i keep hearing old wav ?
Complete thread -- rheumatoid factor with ESR and _____ 22.
Complete thread -- the links there are mostly in another language?
Complete thread -- what is whole sentence before and after? maybe sounds are blending with what comes next?
Complete thread -- you and your link are so far off the trail we can't even see you...
Complete thread -- Adcirca used in the treatment of pulmonary
Complete thread -- More Echo
Complete thread -- sorry, transposed letters s/b the medical journal "circulation"
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- Right. It does. Maybe MD started the 'hue', then corrected to Lyrica. Thanks
Complete thread -- forgot to add, usually see circa in "art", but may be ref to jthe ournal "circulation"
Complete thread -- I bet dictator "reading"article listing "circa" (I'd either flag, ask QA or use ( )
Complete thread -- S/l a cross between Humira and Lyrica?
Complete thread -- Tracleer, Adcirca, and ... (those arent nebulizers)
Complete thread -- Pt is taking s/l hue-mih-ri-cah. I could only find Lyrica. Any other ideas?
Complete thread -- believe OP saying employer not available to ask
Complete thread -- Not what he dictated: two three alternation, not 2 to 3.
Complete thread -- nebulizers
Complete thread -- s/l dos oxy sys might be diastolic dysfunction?
Complete thread -- I was going to say "diastolic dysfunction," stab in the dark
Complete thread -- Can U maybe hear ??diastolic?? ...see link
Complete thread -- Echocardiogram
Complete thread -- yes, that is much better. Thank you! :)
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Or rehabilitatable.
Complete thread -- not able to be rehabilitated?
Complete thread -- Could it be he SAID Ultrasome, but MEANING Ultrasome CoQ10, then
Complete thread -- rehabable... verbatim but no slang allowed, we correct. What would this be corrected
Complete thread -- Maybe...
Complete thread -- It must be...
Complete thread -- No. Here is what I think and why
Complete thread -- Still sounds like...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming
Complete thread -- as dictated 2-3 alternation at some point if he is unable to maintain his diet
Complete thread -- metastatic adenitis
Complete thread -- no, I would not
Complete thread -- Awesome. Thanks!
Complete thread -- When referring to syndrome, is Sicca capitalized? I always typed lower case.
Complete thread -- forgot to add, I think commas fine
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone! I am going to type two/three and put a flag next to it.
Complete thread -- sicca sm
Complete thread -- So therefore, are the commas correct then? Thanks, Q
Complete thread -- Yes, the sentence went on and I placed a period, forgot to add ) when I posted.
Complete thread -- wha?
Complete thread -- that can be seen with _______ but no appendicitis as questioned
Complete thread -- You have an open parenthesis...where are U anticipating closing it? I really
Complete thread -- pretty sure it means TIA (transient ischemic attack) - sm
Complete thread -- Yes. That's true. Sicca is a syndrome. MD also talks about sicca symptoms though
Complete thread -- you can have a transient ischemic attack of the eye
Complete thread -- Ah, I do find they can refer to speckled pattern positive, so will
Complete thread -- questioning what you mean by symptoms
Complete thread -- thanks, new one for me
Complete thread -- I cannot tackle this in one shot because I'm researching as I go, but
Complete thread -- I like that, or 2-3 like you had it in post (but not 2/3 as that looks like two thirds)
Complete thread -- He had a "T I A" in the right eye.
Complete thread -- They are symptoms. MD probably did leave out 'symptoms'
Complete thread -- "as dictated"?? It was dictated as numbers. OP is asking how to type, i.e., punctuation.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I usually hear them say it as "jog of motion"
Complete thread -- curious, what is sicca.? I thought that was a syndrome and not a 'test' ?
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- Are commas correct?
Complete thread -- could it be Ultrasome - SM
Complete thread -- I am finding an IgG 2000 CWP, so it would seem your s/l is a
Complete thread -- in that case, I'd go "as dictated" dictator knows what was meant
Complete thread -- Found this: AmiNo Flow - (SM)
Complete thread -- knee exam: There is retropatellar crepitus.
Complete thread -- need to anticipate a bit on rules/guidelines
Complete thread -- No, almost sounds like direct "ductal sternal" pressure.
Complete thread -- How about two/three?
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down thanks
Complete thread -- NUTRACEUTICALS
Complete thread -- tactile?
Complete thread -- abdominal wall against direct s/l*ductal(maybe??)** pressure.
Complete thread -- duh, monilial. nm
Complete thread -- ? bacterial vaginosis sm
Complete thread -- monilial ?
Complete thread -- agree, not all account specifics same (employer) best to ask them
Complete thread -- Dx: Severe "ba-nil-io" vaginitis. tia nm
Complete thread -- But that looks like two-thirds.
Complete thread -- No, doc means 2 times a day to 3 times a day.
Complete thread -- small bowel biopsy?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- we all go thru it sometimes - no worries!
Complete thread -- Hanging my head in shame - was just coming to post ductules. sm
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- ductules
Complete thread -- agree melenic w/lb --and why- melenic versus melanotic sm
Complete thread -- Mammogram showed
Complete thread -- MHO. I'd use 2/3 (mg) alternation (alternating between 2 and 3 mg)
Complete thread -- Not sure how to type "two three alteration": 2-3? (sm)
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! Happy Hump Day!
Complete thread -- agree, often heard term with this
Complete thread -- ugh, typo, thanks
Complete thread -- The more I listen, I guess it could be.
Complete thread -- Protonix 40 once a day, blank sounds like Ramipril.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tried but couldn't hear
Complete thread -- metoprolol XL 25 daily, protonic 40 once a day, ______ 5 mg daily and Zestril 40 once
Complete thread -- Will have to...
Complete thread -- any chance you can hear small bowel follow-through?
Complete thread -- Upper GI series and small bowel *bout*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- LINK
Complete thread -- barbotage ?
Complete thread -- Cytologies were sent from the bladder s/l barbertars urine as well as
Complete thread -- and, actually, it is melenic stool (doctors always say melanotic, but I always change it)
Complete thread -- also positive
Complete thread -- Past history _____ for hypertension, hyperlipidemia, benign prostatic
Complete thread -- Surface membrane?
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- Exactly!
Complete thread -- link - might see what you need
Complete thread -- here is what BOS 2 states on page 122
Complete thread -- yeah, whatever. It's no skin off my nose either way.
Complete thread -- PE
Complete thread -- No, she did not give us additional information but she had such information since
Complete thread -- we don't know if pt had chemo, if pt had fertility issues, if pt is even female.
Complete thread -- what was your question?
Complete thread -- blanking. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Using the Edgar curettage, the uterus was sharply curetted until ...
Complete thread -- GYN exam s/l chondral cushinong
Complete thread -- no rule of thumb. Date format depends on your acct specs...
Complete thread -- how not hour - too early for me.
Complete thread -- Each account I have does it different, so it depends on hour your account would want.
Complete thread -- More Context inside...
Complete thread -- Is there a rule of thumb in typing clinic notes on whether to smg
Complete thread -- w/o more context, ? See links or try a similar google search
Complete thread -- Analysis
Complete thread -- motor unit? neurogenic? see links
Complete thread -- Thanks. I kept hearing 'forward' tissues.
Complete thread -- forearm
Complete thread -- biceps tear. ....carried through the skin and subcutaneous tissues. ____ tissues...
Complete thread -- EMG study -
Complete thread -- chemo for cancer can lead to fertility issues and if the patient wants to be pregnant
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- she reported being worse (noted and noted?) that .....3 months status post C5-6
Complete thread -- s/l *S T slash 6* fusion
Complete thread -- got it, anconeus
Complete thread -- sm for complete sentence
Complete thread -- s/l ankanese triangle region, elbow exam
Complete thread -- Thanks for all your suggestions. Flagging and moving on. Definitely
Complete thread -- Note: It could be either..just want U to confirm which U hear.
Complete thread -- Also, R U sure area(s) is not artery(ies) ??
Complete thread -- Better hits...assessing stiff carotid arteries...see link
Complete thread -- See link hits talking about carotid artery rigidity
Complete thread -- Could 'ridge at'=rigid...so ??no rigid carotid area(s)??.
Complete thread -- Neck supple. s/l no ridge at carotid areas. Heart has a regular rate. TIA!
Complete thread -- welcome
Complete thread -- No apology necessary. You are ALWAYS great help, and I appreciate you!
Complete thread -- Okay. Sry.
Complete thread -- TY for input Q. Super short report and have to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- is pt in iowa?
Complete thread -- Then what city & state. Sometimes helps to know with googling.
Complete thread -- No, but that is on my bucket list to visit. hehehe
Complete thread -- Is this patient in Australia?
Complete thread -- X-ray was ordered per JPP. What is JPP? TIA!
Complete thread -- no skin off my nose, pal
Complete thread -- You added tone when you read it. Things need to make sense.
Complete thread -- I'm sorry...
Complete thread -- you went with "come and go egg depository protocol"??
Complete thread -- Makes sense and close to your s/l. Good job.
Complete thread -- Depository...
Complete thread -- I wasn't either, but going back over it again and again and again, walking
Complete thread -- I'm not sure how to interpret...who is "her?"-the patient or the child. sm
Complete thread -- What did you end up doing? nm
Complete thread -- ??subdural??
Complete thread -- passed away as a result of s/l silver due to beating TIA!
Complete thread -- This sounds like...
Complete thread -- No, I'm here...
Complete thread -- Well, I reckon this OP decided our time was worth zilch. Hope you at least
Complete thread -- FDA approves 2 drugs for hyperthyroid- generic methimazole (brand) Tapezole sm
Complete thread -- ??fragment??
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- idk...expository?
Complete thread -- I'd separate right hip exam from left hip exam (2 sentences)
Complete thread -- I think ( egg) depository or respository would fit better (preserving eggs prior to treat
Complete thread -- I googled breast cancer come and go protocol, got nada. Need more info.
Complete thread -- how about additional context?
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- wow. I do a lot of oncology and that is news to me. Not even a good google?
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Breast Cancer
Complete thread -- JMO (SM)
Complete thread -- I'd do separate sentences, but like so...
Complete thread -- Would you combine the first four sentences or leave as is?
Complete thread -- light softball?
Complete thread -- I had that corrected by our QA before, which is why I said no hyphens. Grrrr...sometimes
Complete thread -- sounds right. I kept hearing "skate" and that didnt make a lot of sense.
Complete thread -- Flagging...he is slurring this and I can't be sure.
Complete thread -- or is it
Complete thread -- s/l soup-a-low blood pressure (don't think it's super low since he says mildly) sm
Complete thread -- I'm wondering about your metrizole for hyperthyroid?
Complete thread -- I think it is escape. I found step cut to allow escape several times - see below
Complete thread -- Tibial tubercle osteotomy with anteriorization.
Complete thread -- Combivent?
Complete thread -- med s/l compaven
Complete thread -- OMG! It was "her anatomy." Was way overthinking. Burned out today. thanks
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- questions
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- Where are you? There is a Wright University in Ohio?
Complete thread -- VIC Australia
Complete thread -- Might help if you tell us where patient is (city,state)
Complete thread -- How about ??chart anatomy??
Complete thread -- Could a-nak-a-nee=anatomy?
Complete thread -- s/l wright or right or white or write
Complete thread -- O anak! here is link
Complete thread -- Also s/b tendo Achillis see link
Complete thread -- more convenient for this to be done at Monash ____. The _____ can send her a form
Complete thread -- tongue markings noted secondary to "hart-a-nak-a-nee" noted. SM
Complete thread -- thank you so much oscar!
Complete thread -- no, on second thought, I think he IS saying tTG antibodies - no tissue
Complete thread -- "tissue" is in there...
Complete thread -- Interestingly, her antigliadin antibodies were over 150 with negative ____ antibodie
Complete thread -- Wow...Thank you...It's been a day! I'm hanging my head :)
Complete thread -- Beaver® blade
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- tan staple load
Complete thread -- I wonder if 4 over 4....4/4 ....meaning right and left
Complete thread -- C-arm control?
Complete thread -- We marked our incision site under s/l*sim* control and then cut the calcaneus lateral
Complete thread -- regular, normal, intact??
Complete thread -- Covidien has tan load (link)
Complete thread -- was soft and nontender. His pulse was _____
Complete thread -- Found it...tan....see link
Complete thread -- I was thinking that too - like maybe "tan load" but don't have time to research it
Complete thread -- Let me research further. Now that I think of it, they usually
Complete thread -- probably meaning 10 mm - i'd say it is
Complete thread -- Yes...they use different sizes.
Complete thread -- Actually it does not have to be a cancer patient..the doctor may
Complete thread -- Heard as ________ STAPLE LOAD
Complete thread -- I will just type 'pivot' lower case and leave it at that. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- a rheumatology patient with psoriatic arthropathy and long-standing NSAID use.
Complete thread -- No mention of that at all.
Complete thread -- He was referring to size 0 (he pronounced it 'oh' then 'zero' so that
Complete thread -- but does the pt have prostate problems as well? That'd be the big clue if this is correct
Complete thread -- Disregard...'se' posted below.
Complete thread -- 'se', what is the patient being treated for?
Complete thread -- Thanks. This is the context. It is a male pt.
Complete thread -- Okay. thanks
Complete thread -- From what I hear, I do not think Quinnipiac is correct.
Complete thread -- yep, I hear pivot too.
Complete thread -- Careful. You may be hearing just fine. Since I can't hear and
Complete thread -- Have wav posted now. Still haven't figured out how to get the volumer higher.
Complete thread -- why?
Complete thread -- Prostate cancer Intervention Versus Observation Trial (PIVOT)
Complete thread -- FYI for OP and archives..OneLook (see link) various dictionaries and
Complete thread -- I guess it is correct then. I assumed I am not hearing correctly. Thanks
Complete thread -- found ADAPT (anti-inflammatory prevention trial) too.
Complete thread -- Found this recent trial done at Quinnipiac (?=pivot)..see link
Complete thread -- s/l pivot trial.
Complete thread -- thank you all
Complete thread -- aspergillosis
Complete thread -- I "hear" aspergillosis (sp?) in there...
Complete thread -- checking on s/l, but pseudomonas is not capped in that usage.
Complete thread -- Pseudomonas with s/l ms bur chulosis
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- I want to break this 'tie.' Yes you need it. it is modifying ago. :)
Complete thread -- can u hear "also *in* partial retention"? (usually hear "in" urinary retention, not "on")
Complete thread -- The patient *was also on* partial retention.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you both
Complete thread -- I hyphenate if it is used as an adjective - but not so sure about your phrase. I probably
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- She did stumble and fall between a week and week-and-a-half ago
Complete thread -- ? findings and diagnosis(es)
Complete thread -- agree - I always hear strength dictated as something out of 5.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll flag it! :)
Complete thread -- Sites do show grading up to a 5.... I don't know if this can be specific to the
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping. I really appreciate it. This MD is still new to me.
Complete thread -- sounds to me like the sound cuts off there ?
Complete thread -- Pt s/p distal radial metaphyseal fracture 2 months ago
Complete thread -- that's what I'm thinking - like she is reading off something...
Complete thread -- could md abbreviated 'findings' as FND? Did not think of that.
Complete thread -- Yes, I think it was me. This time it does not sound like fund or findings though.
Complete thread -- almost exact same question was posted on Saturday - was that you?
Complete thread -- I posted again. I can't hear it louder since the old vf keeps playing but hopefully you ca
Complete thread -- Here is the entire paragraph:
Complete thread -- I don't know why this keeps happening. New computer. It is loud on my end. Not sure how to
Complete thread -- me either and my volume is at the max level.
Complete thread -- can't hear it - can you make volume louder?
Complete thread -- and is this the assessment? what are sentences before and after your s/l
Complete thread -- I listened for immunodeficiency but could not hear it. I posted wav now.
Complete thread -- are you hearing clearly the letters? How about unspecified immunodeficiency?
Complete thread -- A rheumatology patient with joint pain, osteoporosis, morning stiffness, synovitis. Thanks
Complete thread -- what else do we know? i.e., why is patient being seen?
Complete thread -- s/l FND Other unspecified immune 'FND'
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- sounds good to me.
Complete thread -- do you think he is instead saying this?
Complete thread -- they had already done 1 procedure prior, and had to wait to do this procedure
Complete thread -- that part where he says "planned location(s) of the wound(s) that it was
Complete thread -- some tenting up with the displacement of the fracture. I would think that
Complete thread -- anyone? I have to be hearing the words wrong
Complete thread -- not making sense to me
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- me too,
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- I think that may be it, BUT he adds this on at the end....
Complete thread -- SPEP UPEP
Complete thread -- L-methylfolate forte? methylphenidate?
Complete thread -- Evaluation of bladder mass for malignancy...(see inside)
Complete thread -- breath on auscultation is all I can get out of that. sry
Complete thread -- I think I hear "pedal pulse" in there, but can't quite get it.
Complete thread -- I have another area, will flag this one.
Complete thread -- of the left foot. ________ patient will be admitted back
Complete thread -- I think it is and coapted - will not post
Complete thread -- will post after below
Complete thread -- Subcutaneous tissues reapproximated ______ utilizing 4-0 Vicryl and the skin was reap
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- s/l *oh zero* end cap was placed to lock the blade screw in adequate
Complete thread -- Finally got it: selective estrogen response modifiers (or SERMs)
Complete thread -- high-risk breast cancer patient
Complete thread -- agree + link click mucinous adenocarcinoma of eyelid
Complete thread -- if using plural "negatives" then "the attendant negatives" would be okay (i.e.consequences
Complete thread -- no word after negative? the unintended negative consequences/effect?
Complete thread -- mucinous
Complete thread -- adenocarcinoma of the eyelid
Complete thread -- s/l attendant
Complete thread -- fenlaform reminds me of FMLA form (Family and Medical Leave Act)
Complete thread -- Most helpful! Thanks.
Complete thread -- that was my thought
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Does this sentence read ok?
Complete thread -- s/l...gram-peels...sm
Complete thread -- I believe symptom/l=s/l (the 's' accidentally got expanded)
Complete thread -- Perhaps if you provided some context, like diagnoses.
Complete thread -- any clues because the word symptom and the ending of -form are not much help.
Complete thread -- drug symptom/l methylofenlaform
Complete thread -- not really off. small(amount/value) (but, still ab abnormal)
Complete thread -- might have meant recently had heart catheterization =heart cath
Complete thread -- yes, acute phase makes sense="postoperative" leukocytosis
Complete thread -- Context?
Complete thread -- Pooled Cohort Equations
Complete thread -- what's the pt being seen for, and by whom?
Complete thread -- I hear Valium (but it could be the power of suggestion).
Complete thread -- I thought Valium.
Complete thread -- does anyone hear Imodium?
Complete thread -- Ha ha ha ha!!! (out loud)
Complete thread -- I don't hear Valium, though.
Complete thread -- My ears are fried today - s/l ground meat to me. Sorry!
Complete thread -- I can bring myself to hear it. Think we need better confirmation than me, however.
Complete thread -- does anyone hear Valium?
Complete thread -- ??Dalmane??
Complete thread -- Coversyl, Cymbalta, Iscover, Panadol Osteo, simvastatin, atenolol and ____if he needs
Complete thread -- I like this !
Complete thread -- Oooh. That sounds interesting!
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't post wav. Patient does have a pessary, though. SM
Complete thread -- nonspecific vaginitis (known + pes + a)?
Complete thread -- nine day off spoiled me
Complete thread -- lol! I refuse to tell you what came to mind with pes-a vaginitis, but I can think of
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- 180 white cells per high power field likely related to known pes "a-vaginitis." sm
Complete thread -- Agree with the punctuation thing, Q.
Complete thread -- s/b 10-year (again, in case not typo). There are other commas I
Complete thread -- Grammar and punctation issues (in case not typos)
Complete thread -- I'd lean toward - septation defects, the third main type of congenital heart disease
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks for help. I am going to blank. He's shooting for something
Complete thread -- Thank you so much everyone!!
Complete thread -- O anak!...I meant to type "a septic" not "aseptic". Dangerous error even
Complete thread -- ??aseptic?? (but only use it if you are sure)
Complete thread -- Just to add more history. SM
Complete thread -- Could be. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- i agree with 15%
Complete thread -- I think it is Cohort equations (googled well)
Complete thread -- I was thinking septate? maybe?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l pulled cold heart equations
Complete thread -- vascualr ring-like effect with a s/l semtic aortic arch
Complete thread -- I listened some more, agree with 15% (Q and nm)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I hear 18%
Complete thread -- I hear 15%...but would like others to confirm that
Complete thread -- reveal normal iron stores with an iron of 11, saturation of ___
Complete thread -- Note: They are 2 different signs.
Complete thread -- Kernig and Brudzinski
Complete thread -- Afebrile. Neck: Supple. ______ sign negative.
Complete thread -- I hear "capillary filling time"
Complete thread -- They still will show a Dorland's definition. How cool.
Complete thread -- capillary?
Complete thread -- OneLook defined arthrosis as "joint"...so joint injections..seems okay..see link
Complete thread -- No. I couldn't get it either.
Complete thread -- 0 degrees to 120 degrees and *arthrosis injections* are requested.
Complete thread -- Q, can you get the first part of that, is it capillary? I just can't get the 1st word.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes, I saw that. It IS probably what he means. Get tired of doc talk.
Complete thread -- see msg - I'd leave it as is as they know what they're referring to.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- yes, that's what i heard - of the interphalangeal...
Complete thread -- I hear filling time was ... but i think I'm missing a word in front of
Complete thread -- . It was noted _____ was instantaneous
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- what i hear
Complete thread -- Acute phase? (see inside)
Complete thread -- ? a Liston bone cutting forceps ? see link
Complete thread -- #3..I hear something like "plantar collateral", but googling shows
Complete thread -- Then utilizing _____ forceps the hypertrophied head was incised
Complete thread -- A few ?S
Complete thread -- I mean, does that mean the answer is "of the inter" ?
Complete thread -- So does that mean the answer to the blank is "of the" ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- deepened through subcutaneous tissue and was then deepened to the level of the bone
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- This is an audiologist dictating a history. I'll have to flag. Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- hypertrophied aspect ______ phalangeal joint of the hallux
Complete thread -- I think I hear "He is quite stable now."
Complete thread -- I am not positive but it sounds as if n.p.o. is in there somewhere
Complete thread -- I am finding articles with reference to animals and articles
Complete thread -- the sigmoid colon. He ________. He will be admitted on IV fluids
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Heart catheter? sm
Complete thread -- Yes. NJMT posted twice (almost simultaneously in fact) Saturday, and
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- no. 1/8 = 0.125 and you said 1 AND 1/8 so that would be 1.125.
Complete thread -- one-eight would be .125. So therefore changed from 1.5 to 1.125 mg
Complete thread -- How to you write changed from 1.5 mg to 1 and 1/8th 1.8 mg?
Complete thread -- link to up to date antidepressants, including 3 new ones?
Complete thread -- Here's a drug.com list by condition of depression..included is Brintellix??
Complete thread -- new antidepressant, vortioxetine (Brintellix™),
Complete thread -- is taking new antidepressant, s/l beltrexine (doc spells) TIA!
Complete thread -- you know it's mortise, not mortis, right?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- throughout for proper position of internal fixation?
Complete thread -- bimalleolar
Complete thread -- intensification was used throughout. _____ fixation with proper reduction and main
Complete thread -- debridement of bone _____ fracture
Complete thread -- He just stated it wrong - later said there was a family history
Complete thread -- I have another spot for a flag, will do this one too.
Complete thread -- wav file. I am sure I am just missing something to make this make sense.
Complete thread -- wha?
Complete thread -- NJMT posted it Sat Aug 23 23:31:49 2014
Complete thread -- have not heard this type of sentence but maybe just going out of sequence & repeating
Complete thread -- That must be it. I am going down my list of different cysts here. Thanks
Complete thread -- 3 to 4 cysts ?
Complete thread -- No fluid in cul-de-sac. On left ovary she had ____ cyst. OB-GYN
Complete thread -- I am worried about your answer. Usually I would defer to
Complete thread -- S/l His lips are wet.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. New dictator and new doctor. Odd report in many ways.
Complete thread -- Not correct.
Complete thread -- I should add that is going by your s/l...I'm trying to verify its
Complete thread -- It is. Duh me! I saw the absolute neuts and was thinking neutrophils were covered.
Complete thread -- ??autoimmune??
Complete thread -- ? auto neut
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I would type 19 and 11/12ths
Complete thread -- what am I missing. It sounds like auto mune
Complete thread -- Usually U should stay in same tense (past or present) on
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ??short of breath??
Complete thread -- He is lying supine. He is not _____. His temperature is
Complete thread -- ??gallstones??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Note typo....s/b It (not I)
Complete thread -- he does have a history of _____. He has been getting
Complete thread -- ??This??
Complete thread -- abnormal liver enzymes. _____ included workup with liver biopsy at
Complete thread -- med s/l core patch
Complete thread -- i love you.
Complete thread -- glabrata?
Complete thread -- yeast was not candida albicans or candida *goo-ah-bo-rada*
Complete thread -- Strange thing to call it, but I did find the phrase here on page 16. See link
Complete thread -- s/l party pack ?
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- But sounds off...?? "that were small abnormal" ??
Complete thread -- What happened was that NJMT accidentally posted the same
Complete thread -- Yes, only I answered it on Saturday and below answered it Sunday.
Complete thread -- Got it! Tay-Sachs
Complete thread -- Sent wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- prenatal screening - sounds like tafex - long A sound
Complete thread -- Thanks! I guess she felt she couldn't just say almost 20-year-old...
Complete thread -- kinda like 19-1/2-year-old
Complete thread -- 19-11/12-year-old
Complete thread -- how would you type this?
Complete thread -- already answered in post just below
Complete thread -- AB could also stand for abnormal ? Good you don't need to expand tho
Complete thread -- hate writing, missed a word. More coffee!
Complete thread -- C-Snorkel
Complete thread -- That makes sense. I did not need to expand it. I just writing anything without knowing
Complete thread -- I found asymptomatic bacteriuria (AB) but not sure if there is anything else it can be?
Complete thread -- What would the AB in that sentence mean? I Googled and found the question asked but
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Link inside
Complete thread -- Lastly whenever U R looking for specialty terminology,
Complete thread -- Many of these google hits should help..see link
Complete thread -- At this link...her is an alpha breakdown of some EEG terms...but
Complete thread -- Where can I find a list of common EEG words?
Complete thread -- BTW Q=Questyr
Complete thread -- No. Found it I think...see link for C-Snorkel..
Complete thread -- ??fetal monitor"??
Complete thread -- s/l "snorkel" applied prior to start of C-section.
Complete thread -- s/l "snorkel" applied prior to delivery of baby (c-section)
Complete thread -- TTN, (transient tachypnea of newbornor 'wet lung' as it is often described radiologically,
Complete thread -- 'je suis poursuivi harceleur, Le Suiveur est un
Complete thread -- could be also patient was exposed prior in life and never knew, so now doing a Tick Panel
Complete thread -- Sure sounds like it. I have never heard that before. Thanks
Complete thread -- dry needling
Complete thread -- Dr. is an orthopedist. s/l 3-syllable word s/l 'dry-ning-ling' therapy for arm pain
Complete thread -- Perhaps so. I will use that. thanks
Complete thread -- if they allow slang, they should allow you to make up spelling - there is no
Complete thread -- sure sounds like fund, but finding would make better sense
Complete thread -- Found it: chloroquine. Thanks
Complete thread -- Other unspecified immunologic s/l "fund": The patient has posi ...
Complete thread -- Medication for Sjogren's s/l Cora-clinn. I find 'coraCin' only.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oasis. I don't think that's it. WAV is posted now. THanks
Complete thread -- findings?
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, this particular acct does.
Complete thread -- Other unspecified immunologic s/l fund: The patient has positive ANA 1 ...
Complete thread -- does your acct allow slang? my accts are verbatim but do not allow slang, so I have to
Complete thread -- verbatim acct - respers versus respirs for respirations, which is more correct? TIA!
Complete thread -- - think it might be TTN
Complete thread -- s/l TPN but it is not total parenteral nutrition in this context, pls sm
Complete thread -- too funny !
Complete thread -- curious as to what automately
Complete thread -- absolutely, me tooooo, ALWAYS. Just presenting so as to not automately rule out. nm
Complete thread -- I know. But I would never make that wild of a guess. SM
Complete thread -- those are great! haha
Complete thread -- gooood one "NM"
Complete thread -- Re: elderly woman in nursing home- Ticks can transmit from visitors clothes and body
Complete thread -- Disregard in light of your post below.
Complete thread -- There is a link between Lyme disease and cardiac manifestation..see link..and
Complete thread -- Sorry. It was in a list of requests. "Tick panel" but it was with other stuff.
Complete thread -- Context/sentence, please
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Is he spelling it or saying tick? DIC panel? What are the patient's symptoms? Context?
Complete thread -- New FDA Arnuity Ellipta (fluticasone furoate) treatment of asthma
Complete thread -- Prob IS correct, esp if in rural area, hiking, camping outside sm & link
Complete thread -- Y'all are gonna hate me. Emergency help needed. TICK PANEL
Complete thread -- s/l *peri-de-tential* hematoma that extended to the external iliac artery.
Complete thread -- :-D
Complete thread -- haha
Complete thread -- Impression/plan #5 and 6 made me giggle
Complete thread -- EMLA cream must be it.. Thanks all!
Complete thread -- s/b EMLA cream
Complete thread -- What about Emla cream...see link
Complete thread -- Ok. I'll look some more.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but almost sounds like "emma cream" - not clear, though.
Complete thread -- I am finding midodrine is given to patients prior to
Complete thread -- s/l emicrane as needed prior to dialysis
Complete thread -- s/l emicrane as needed prior to dialysis
Complete thread -- Oh, I see the thread below. Nm.
Complete thread -- Need for context.
Complete thread -- The VR printed out bilateral "Lebanese" instead of LENIs. LOL
Complete thread -- Oh, LENIs. Thank you!
Complete thread -- The patient had bilateral s/l "Lennies" ?
Complete thread -- LENIs = Lower Extremity Noninvasive Studies
Complete thread -- I was thinking RTF and inpatient
Complete thread -- s/l "Lennys"
Complete thread -- I didn't know. I only thot it was some form of info format. Thanx.
Complete thread -- TIF is the file format of faxes, by the way.
Complete thread -- good way to spend a birthday!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Archives indicate in one thread it is a form of information file...and
Complete thread -- Sources of information include s/l tif and inpatient notes from prior hospitalization
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- yep, but OP has "an" so - was. If it was worded just oblique and AP, then were utilized.
Complete thread -- aren't those also 2 separate viewS? oblique and AP?
Complete thread -- after C7 comes T1, not sure what the SP1 could possibly be, maybe a stutter?
Complete thread -- actually, I was a couch potato all day. I could get used to that!
Complete thread -- An oblique and AP view was utilized to identify the right C7-s/l SP1 foramen.
Complete thread -- thanks! I could not get my brain to think what the word was and google was no help! =]
Complete thread -- inspissated,
Complete thread -- inspissated?
Complete thread -- also s/l in-sfa-sated stool
Complete thread -- s/l inuff-sated stool cannot think of word needed
Complete thread -- I'm gonna blank it as I am unsure :) Thank you for all your help guys! :)
Complete thread -- I can't get it either. All I can say for sure is spine surgery. Can't really hear thorac
Complete thread -- maybe CNS before that?
Complete thread -- I am def hearing thoracic spine surgery... just was unsure of before that if he says
Complete thread -- _____ explained surgery?? *who know*
Complete thread -- sorry, mowing lawn - I hear "_____spleen surgery", so obviously way off
Complete thread -- okay, thanks guys! :) I'm not too certain myself
Complete thread -- I can't make it out.
Complete thread -- No break, just listening to your wav several times. I hear what you heard.
Complete thread -- I just came in. Give me a minute.
Complete thread -- everyone on a break? :)
Complete thread -- unsure if saying: He had a thoracic spine surgery?
Complete thread -- hearing: ______ thoracic spine surgery
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- No you did not check first 5 hits my gawd.
Complete thread -- so say parient weighed 166 lbs x 15 mg= 249 mg dose nm
Complete thread -- I checked the first 5 hits- #1 rabbits, #2 rats, #3 rats, #4 rabbits, #5 rats
Complete thread -- There's a + before your name if there's a message and a - if there isn't.
Complete thread -- Calf soft and nontender distally (period) Dorsiflexion, plantar flexion intact.
Complete thread -- look at Qs entire link, read only 1st article listed. click link
Complete thread -- Thanx. I'll check it out.
Complete thread -- as Q pointed out, that seems to be in animal studies. According to drugs.com - link
Complete thread -- ischemic or granulomatous?
Complete thread -- as Q pointed out, that seems to be in animal studies. According to drugs.com
Complete thread -- ischemic *granulose ma nose* changes
Complete thread -- pretty good, color was funny.
Complete thread -- Patient with history of adenocarcinoma of prostate. The dose was right in the link from Q
Complete thread -- nope, it is new one :) I always make sure new wav is there before I post on board :)
Complete thread -- Lasix and most medications are given in a standardized dose. Also, your
Complete thread -- :) thanks for the confirmation :)
Complete thread -- Okay, I thought. It makes no sense for THIS patient's med list because
Complete thread -- I hear that too! (now that you said it)
Complete thread -- old wav still there, afraid to hit delete maybe you delete and repost?
Complete thread -- actually now I hear "The specimen was removed from the patient's vagina"
Complete thread -- I don't know if she is saying "dressing" or "inspection"
Complete thread -- :) I got 1 last blank for this report. Posted above. Thanks for all your help!
Complete thread -- 1 last blank for hysterectomy
Complete thread -- thanks for the feedback. I thought I was hearing HTC or something along that line
Complete thread -- ok, think the same doses/meds given for all ages, infant, adults, seniors, women etc
Complete thread -- There is more inside my message...
Complete thread -- To those of you who gave great explanations regarding "6 weeks' course..."
Complete thread -- I just now re-listened again and she says "a 3-armed robot" :) YAY!
Complete thread -- I just now re-listened again and she says "a 3-armed robot" :) YAY!
Complete thread -- Dictator just not giving entire phrase, they do it all the time
Complete thread -- I can't either that either, even after trying really hard..lol
Complete thread -- Did it every day with dad's lasix but okay, we can argue. Why else
Complete thread -- guessing I think means 10 mm, but going beyond to 11.5 (in the canal length)
Complete thread -- found 1 report where MT typed 4-armed robot, but I cannot hear that at all
Complete thread -- just keeps saying "the robot" ... never a name
Complete thread -- lol!
Complete thread -- do you happen to know the type/brand of robot? sounds like "for ____ robot"
Complete thread -- it's her birthday today. She is eating bonbons and chocolate cake :)
Complete thread -- did sould like usual fashion for robot.
Complete thread -- g a p j o j are you here?? :)
Complete thread -- subq - subcutaneous(medication) subcuticular(stitches)
Complete thread -- Kinda silly question now isn't it. When does pt weigh & adjust doses. Want to argue right
Complete thread -- unsure what she says. Robotic-assisted total laparoscopic hysterectomy
Complete thread -- so is the pt to weigh themself and adjust accordingly?
Complete thread -- flutamide (15 mg/kg body weight orally daily)
Complete thread -- that IS hilarious! wtf is the man supposed to be doing???
Complete thread -- I believe describing the " level" of nerve root seen, i.e., proximal, distal, cephalad etc
Complete thread -- I am on the run, but googling is not supporting a dose of 15 mg for humans so far..see
Complete thread -- agree, depends on what employer/client wants check with them for sure
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I think ok, describing the short length attachment to placenta
Complete thread -- The tube was returned to the abdomen
Complete thread -- another blank, same report BTL
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Army-Navy
Complete thread -- it makes sense to me...short throw = short distance
Complete thread -- Flutamide is used for: Treating prostate cancer, Drugs.com
Complete thread -- yes thanks
Complete thread -- unable to catch what she says... BTL
Complete thread -- Never mind - got if figured out - partially - jeesh
Complete thread -- partially? nm
Complete thread -- the neck was appreciated on a very *short throw* of cord as it implanted cephalad
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "personally" obstructing tumor
Complete thread -- U need to scan down to the section where is talks about self-drilling Tack Screws
Complete thread -- O anak! Here's the link.
Complete thread -- I had to research this once and found what the complication
Complete thread -- in med list: "flu-calt-a-mide" 15 mg each evening. SM tia
Complete thread -- mine dictate a lot of punctuation incorrectly, but that doesn't mean I use it.
Complete thread -- As I understand, the jig is pinned in place...then the saw made
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- U know, I don't believe I've ever seen that version..was it good?
Complete thread -- well, depending on sentence, yes :)
Complete thread -- bos 2 page 477 shows sse subcut or write subcutaneous.
Complete thread -- first blank, listen for "sacral" nerve root. nm
Complete thread -- doesn't make sense with spinal surgery and I can't seem to find
Complete thread -- this link shows use subcut or subcutaneously
Complete thread -- thanks, that's what I though, but doc specifically dictates commas. nm
Complete thread -- subcutaneous, not ly
Complete thread -- sorry typo there G4
Complete thread -- G3 P4-0-0-4 not commas
Complete thread -- Oh, okay. Thanks
Complete thread -- pretty much now what the client wants... BoS 3 says subcu or subcut not the q
Complete thread -- :) I will go back to not giving what I hear, because I think it does throw ya off. Better
Complete thread -- it is subcu (subcutaneously). Depends on your acct if they want it left or expanded
Complete thread -- Gyn: patient is a G4, P4, 0, 0, 4 (three C-sections and one NSVD). format correct? nm
Complete thread -- SubQ (as dictated) all right to use within medical report? Or is there a rule to expa
Complete thread -- visualize the S1 *shoulder* nerve root. We retracted S1 *shuolder* medially
Complete thread -- my employer requires the hyphens, even though new documentation states not needed
Complete thread -- that is what I hear (not sure why the hyphens)
Complete thread -- 10 mm in diameter, 340 mm in length. No hyphen needed.
Complete thread -- mg% = mg/dL and BUN is normally in mg/dL
Complete thread -- per bos 2 (not sure if this is what you mean by "conversion chart"
Complete thread -- is this correct? Just seemed wrong to me
Complete thread -- I agree with you, it kind of tells my mind what to hear (but that could be
Complete thread -- BUN high at "132 mg%." Anyone have a good link for conversion. sm
Complete thread -- LOL! I don't like to post what "I hear" but got chewed out by helper once that I need to
Complete thread -- that is what I hear (but you told me)
Complete thread -- sounds like it to me. he started to say just bone and then says big bone...
Complete thread -- is he saying big bone clamp? unsure
Complete thread -- I think so, yes
Complete thread -- Distal osteotomy was then made with oscillating saw *off the jig.*
Complete thread -- people's correct?
Complete thread -- can hear transmitted in there, maybe something before that.
Complete thread -- bahahahahahaha
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Her respiratory _________. Heart sounds are regular.
Complete thread -- I gotta say, that's hilarious.
Complete thread -- Testicles ____ nontender.
Complete thread -- I've never seen an illustrated definition here before, but why and how did they pick
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying . . . appreciate it!!
Complete thread -- impedance, including HV measurement or pacing impedance? Could that be HV?
Complete thread -- I Googled this - Prosthetic material was then used to augment the mandibular angle region
Complete thread -- I went through my saved reports and all I find with ohms is impedance or pacing impedance.
Complete thread -- Defibrillator interrogation. New doc to me - please see msg.
Complete thread -- Oral surgery
Complete thread -- what, no Stewart Granger?
Complete thread -- Hope your Bday will be filled with joy, laughter and chocolate cake!
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- fluff to LB -
Complete thread -- Fluff to Q and Poi
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- And I was going to say it is easier to read ;)
Complete thread -- I like that idea!
Complete thread -- (spelling it out, in my opinion, looks like line padding)
Complete thread -- agree with Q
Complete thread -- Thanks, any differing opinions?
Complete thread -- I would do it in numbers...3,190,000.
Complete thread -- How would you transcribe 3 million one hundred and 90 thousand?
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Well...finally got it. Thanks for all YOUR help ALL the time. :)
Complete thread -- I was sooo close. I made it to the 'duty to warn' section, but
Complete thread -- Got it! Tarasoff warning.
Complete thread -- I was sure that was wrong, but it is registered, you're right.
Complete thread -- s/l tier soft warning paperwork is completed. TIA!
Complete thread -- in fact...BOS 2: caliber of weapons -page 49
Complete thread -- The .44 Remington Magnum, or simply .44 Magnum® ..it is registered so cap
Complete thread -- Correct way to transcribe .44 magnum is.....? TIA
Complete thread -- restless legs
Complete thread -- It's Tecfidera for MS. nm
Complete thread -- . She does have a dry throat. With Advil, she has symptoms of __________, otherwise
Complete thread -- Pt. w/MS, started on s/l *taxidur* - any ideas? nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- IMO Make 2 separate sentences and use 'do' and he would be right.
Complete thread -- delete "when" -
Complete thread -- I relistened and posted MP3 - The patient's history of....Thanks for making me rethink it.
Complete thread -- and when I saw the patient today and at that time the patient...
Complete thread -- Also...we have 2 verbs...He has...(and) obesity and orofacial do indicate
Complete thread -- I do find that hypertension can be linked with sleep apnea. But,
Complete thread -- What if what he is saying is:
Complete thread -- BOS was correct in its example but the reasoning was incorrect.
Complete thread -- I hate it when they 'do' that. :)
Complete thread -- that is it! I can hear that. Thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- never mentioned pain. Just suicidal,alcoholic
Complete thread -- IV fluids and I saw the patient today and at. . .
Complete thread -- Was he in pain? and _______ for the pain.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had to take a break just for questioning that but he is usually really good
Complete thread -- unfortunately I am not able to :(
Complete thread -- slow that puppy down.
Complete thread -- new to acct, unsure what he says
Complete thread -- and the anatomy (sing) does indicate
Complete thread -- do or does?
Complete thread -- Hang in there. :)
Complete thread -- Ok, that makes sense.
Complete thread -- My thinking was he might describe where the calf was
Complete thread -- thanks Questyr (almost have my head above water)
Complete thread -- OneLook shows chorioid=choroid see link
Complete thread -- my thinking was you do have a proximal and distal calf.
Complete thread -- I was thinking Distally starts the next sentence but I could be wrong, wouldnt be the 1st.
Complete thread -- s/l cor-ee-oid sm for context
Complete thread -- Zofran 4 mg - word before Zofran but I can't get it. I know this doctor too LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you, at my wit's end with this doc!
Complete thread -- I think you misunderstand. OP wants to know whether to
Complete thread -- I'd think distally, since dorsiflexion and plantar flexion are both distal to the calf.
Complete thread -- ampicillin & gentamicin
Complete thread -- amp and gent
Complete thread -- s/l Angent, sm for context
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I would agree. (silly me just figured out the question)
Complete thread -- I would think with nontender. JMO
Complete thread -- well thank you :)
Complete thread -- It may not show at first, but if you click on 'certification' it is a link
Complete thread -- wow! you are really good!
Complete thread -- Tyvm poi.
Complete thread -- Googling indicates they do not have to be licensed, but
Complete thread -- The patient requested to have the lupus panel done, which was done, the results of this
Complete thread -- Distally to go with first or second sentence?
Complete thread -- Thank you Questyr, and all other help...and I sent with blank...
Complete thread -- Yes, people's names.
Complete thread -- In case not typo, think it s/b Weck clip see link
Complete thread -- I can now hear this too.
Complete thread -- Poi, can U hear the rest of #1 I couldn't discern?
Complete thread -- 2. which was done, the results of this are pending.
Complete thread -- I think I hear for 1st "Patient to _____ lupus panel done which"
Complete thread -- By 'techs' do U mean technicians (people's names)?
Complete thread -- flagging thanks
Complete thread -- flagging thanks
Complete thread -- I must change my mind because "course" is a noun. See this
Complete thread -- Where would I look to find names of EEG techs and the like? TIA!
Complete thread -- any of these?
Complete thread -- I can't hear deferens for sure..
Complete thread -- blanks
Complete thread -- vas deferens stump?
Complete thread -- and the vas s/l*stump-lee-sign** was dissected and identified
Complete thread -- okay, thank you :)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "next history of gastroparesis"
Complete thread -- is this typed correctly? verbatim, but we correct if wrong. Also have blank
Complete thread -- I think I hear that now too. How about #2...is she saying history of??
Complete thread -- Isn't she saying "CT (is) negative"?
Complete thread -- Blank #5. Also not sure if saying hx of on #2
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- yes! thank you very much
Complete thread -- verbatimisch...Love it!!!
Complete thread -- That is exactly what my reasoning is...thanks.
Complete thread -- unless you are real strict verbatimisch, I'd change it to 6-week course
Complete thread -- Your reasoning is the same as BoS 2 page 28..5 months pregnant, not
Complete thread -- 6 weeks' course (course of 6 weeks, not 6 weeks of course)
Complete thread -- See sentence inside...
Complete thread -- good point O
Complete thread -- She doesn't say 6-week course (which would sound better)
Complete thread -- 6 weeks course, not 6 weeks' course, right? (6 weeks of course doesn't make sense)
Complete thread -- wouldn't it be "as good A shape as possible" (instead of "as shape")?
Complete thread -- a goal is to...I don't find it that odd.
Complete thread -- a goal to return home in "as good as shape as possible" with respect to independence
Complete thread -- You got that right.
Complete thread -- I wish he knew which side this was ... "There is a right heterogeneous right pelvic m
Complete thread -- s'ok, the doctor couldn't quite say it either.
Complete thread -- I thought propofol too, but couldn't quite hear it.
Complete thread -- Actually hyphens would be pull-on hinged knee brace.. I don't
Complete thread -- thank you very much! :)
Complete thread -- typo..So it's okay to use pull-on as U show transcribed.
Complete thread -- While there is a hinged knee brace (Tru-Pull) and may be others ...when they use
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Kocher...see link
Complete thread -- Abdomen: Well-healing scar in the RUQ in transverse cocca fashion ...
Complete thread -- I believe doc says pull on hinged-knee brace...but wanted to make sure there is no
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oops got my consonants mixed, I meant to say it sounds like profocol
Complete thread -- propofol? protocol? (actually sounded like procofol to me)
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- ____ by Anesthesia or ___ per Anesthesia (can't get that 1st word)
Complete thread -- They are both okay. This is copied from Encyclopedia Britannica ?sp
Complete thread -- perifovea is okay, you can add it to your dictionary.
Complete thread -- MEDICATION: ______ anesthesia.
Complete thread -- Dr. clearly dictates 'peri'fovea (not para). However, spell checker does not accept.
Complete thread -- Spelling okay
Complete thread -- Mucomyst (ck spelling)
Complete thread -- Makes sense.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The patient should get some ____(0:13:16.7) prior to the IV contrast b ...
Complete thread -- WAG ??blebs??
Complete thread -- I think it may be 'lattice' degeneration. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l labs degeneration.
Complete thread -- is this an ESL doc? - maybe saying "on the child"?
Complete thread -- found this: intramuscularly (I.M.). In infants younger than 1 year,
Complete thread -- would agree about the jaw, hope OP relistened to it.
Complete thread -- questioning the "on the jaw part." Never heard (and can't verify)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Oh, that makes sense. Thank you!
Complete thread -- agree, 120 degrees
Complete thread -- I hear 120 degrees active and 140 degrees passively
Complete thread -- Left shoulder: Forward flexion _____ 20 degrees actively
Complete thread -- got it - Pediacel
Complete thread -- looking for vaccine name for a primi s/l Prevnar and Pediasaw were given on the jaw.
Complete thread -- ? foreign body
Complete thread -- though I don't hear the word AND
Complete thread -- ? a prosthetic mitral valve (one last wag)
Complete thread -- you're welcome btw
Complete thread -- I think he is saying the mass is persistent (not going away) and elevated
Complete thread -- These might be clearer hits
Complete thread -- Thanks, not a problem. Actually find it funny.
Complete thread -- Oh anak!...forgot to give link...here it is
Complete thread -- He may MEAN 'persistently elevated AFP', exophytic mass' see link
Complete thread -- I agree with this but hear "persistent"
Complete thread -- Thanks for at least confirming what is heard. At least I feel
Complete thread -- That is what I heard also, just was not able to verify so didn't post
Complete thread -- in assessment-RA
Complete thread -- s/l persistently elevated exophytic mass, but not sure that makes sense
Complete thread -- if clear, fine. to prevent tension.
Complete thread -- I hear "exophytic" but there's another word before that
Complete thread -- Oh, here's the archive link
Complete thread -- What I hear is "The vesico transverse" and I checked archives and
Complete thread -- The patient still has underlying cirrhosis but now, however, has a per ...
Complete thread -- well, she signed this one "ADD" ... what could that stand for?
Complete thread -- ? heavily calcific (did not hear wav or mp3, however)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Primary low flap transverse cesarean section and breech extraction.
Complete thread -- I hear "The ___ transverse overlying"
Complete thread -- what's the surgery, please?
Complete thread -- *loose* stitches of 2-0 chromic
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- lower segment of the uterus. _____ overlying the lower
Complete thread -- I guess I'm wrong about the 'nor' ...apparently only used with 'neither'
Complete thread -- geez...more name calling. Wonder who that could be?
Complete thread -- And since it starts in the negative "no"...shouldn't it be 'nor' rather than 'or' ?
Complete thread -- yes, I hear "requested"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- you have problems poi is it your ADD brain disorder
Complete thread -- No guarantees or assurances of outcomes of this procedure were requested? or implied
Complete thread -- I usually hear things like "were expressed or implied" or "were given or implied" or
Complete thread -- poi...I hear "were (something) or implied)...would U listen for me?
Complete thread -- 1. postop recovery course and alternatives
Complete thread -- now I hear poi's postop(erative) recovery course
Complete thread -- ETOH user.
Complete thread -- non-ETOH user
Complete thread -- also s/b were discussed
Complete thread -- 1. postop recovery course and ____ 2. or assurances of outcomes of this procedure
Complete thread -- #1 ?postoperative outcome(s)?
Complete thread -- She is a nonsmoker, non _____.
Complete thread -- 3. adhesive
Complete thread -- I will flag this spot. Thanks all!
Complete thread -- three questions
Complete thread -- I'm also not sure "apical" would go with mitral valve...
Complete thread -- Don't know about s/l..but would think it is...with interrupteds (as
Complete thread -- If file is not still there, made an MP3 for it
Complete thread -- Got it - recent x-rays
Complete thread -- Thank you, both.
Complete thread -- I tried that - doesn't google well at all, and I only hear one "cal" -- api-cal-cific
Complete thread -- kinda like "apical" but we need the "cal" part to go with "calcific" :(
Complete thread -- apical calcific?
Complete thread -- Distally with good pulses. ______ of the right shoulder are normal.
Complete thread -- atrophic? calcific?
Complete thread -- something calcific
Complete thread -- As regards your new computer sound problem
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot, o a o m p p and Questyr!
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I heard ENA too.
Complete thread -- found this - Only samples found to be ANA positive will be referred for ENA testing
Complete thread -- I hear ENA both times too.
Complete thread -- This is a new computer. I recorded it very loud, not sure why volume is so low.
Complete thread -- I actually think it is ENA both times. Pls confirm or not. Thanks
Complete thread -- I will post the wav. Thanks
Complete thread -- The last one is definitely 'E'NA. I hear that clearly. I think the first one is ANA then.
Complete thread -- maybe he's saying equivocal ENA and remainder of ANA panel ?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I'm wrong. There is an ENA
Complete thread -- I'm sure it is ANA. I've not heard of an ENA test with lupus.
Complete thread -- s/l ENA, but would ANA make more sense? Hard to distinguish
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- could this also be eversion or diversion depending on how it sounds?
Complete thread -- ok, that was my guess but I didnt read this before posting.
Complete thread -- anatomy?
Complete thread -- aversion
Complete thread -- anal stricture
Complete thread -- of the cervix were grasped using a ring forceps and *tracked* downwards.
Complete thread -- They are antibodies. You will see this written different ways depending on what
Complete thread -- Thanks. I have seen it this way on different websites and was unsure.
Complete thread -- No hyphen
Complete thread -- And with pressing enter and typing my last s/l (s/l Miami), I have (sm)
Complete thread -- Patient with Crohn's disease who underwent colectomy.
Complete thread -- Blood tests SSA and SSB. Is this correct, or: SS-A and SS-B?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I used them but with my sl.. too much wrong info is my guess.
Complete thread -- That is it! Thanks so much. I thought maybe the R was wrong and tried with L but was sure
Complete thread -- I used the words knee medial subperiosteal maneuver to find it.
Complete thread -- yep, i think i got it - he's saying ron-a-sal but i think Ransall is right
Complete thread -- lemme listen now
Complete thread -- found this
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- I just sent a wav file.
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- I would do the 2nd one. That is just me.
Complete thread -- opinion on punctuation
Complete thread -- This sounds like ronafal but I must be so far off on spelling that nothing is coming
Complete thread -- I have heard of high-intensity statins, never medium intention
Complete thread -- thanks - tried to hear the V - maybe saying very quickly
Complete thread -- For that reason I do recommend starting *medium intenson* statins and daily aspirin.
Complete thread -- negative for DVT or PE.. listen for one of those.
Complete thread -- Dopplers, that is negative for *D T*.
Complete thread -- Doctors don't always pronounce words
Complete thread -- I think it only goes with the cavus arch.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- there is also aprosody, aprosotic?
Complete thread -- thanks - did see that but I hear the ar at the end
Complete thread -- Yeah, and you also heard "Frenchman" very clearly.
Complete thread -- colovesical fistula
Complete thread -- s/l colovasciular fistula
Complete thread -- I had trouble for several hours yest - couldn't get on this site.
Complete thread -- Sucks when they dictate like that. I like the way you did it with the (1) and (2).
Complete thread -- There is slight medial displacement and shortening of the distal fragment, but no
Complete thread -- that's a good first word . . thank you
Complete thread -- Just a guess, but the first word that came to my mind was apathetic.
Complete thread -- s/l a-po-set-ic
Complete thread -- grammar question
Complete thread -- Sauve-Kapandji
Complete thread -- I think i found it-terbutaline thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- S/l Tab-ree-toe-leen?
Complete thread -- The family was counseled as to risks, benefits, and alternatives to op ...
Complete thread -- I found nothing. Sry.
Complete thread -- acneiform?
Complete thread -- ty Q
Complete thread -- I'm having no luck..but I'm still trying
Complete thread -- That sounds like a connectivity problem with your own computer.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- this is same report, ugh
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- more like dee bee ola
Complete thread -- Is your s/l dee-bee-ola or dye-bee-ola or dye-by-ola or ?
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- Nor here.
Complete thread -- darn, the link didn't work. Do a search on idelpd and claim yours.
Complete thread -- Everybody could see very clearly, I used my name. How about you? Want to claim yours?
Complete thread -- not here
Complete thread -- who starts name-calling?? You 2 outed yourselves yesterday, I saw it very clearly.
Complete thread -- s/l doppbeck guess- dopp may be double (something) beck may be Tevdek OR sm
Complete thread -- anybody else have trouble getting on internet? Kept getting cannot open page
Complete thread -- PEEK -- all caps
Complete thread -- coralline hydroxyapatite bone graft
Complete thread -- sure - minimally invasive transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (MITLIF) conducted using
Complete thread -- s/l transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion of the peek cage internal fixation, local
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- that's fine. Just posted information that showed that what you might have/thought/really
Complete thread -- Thanks for getting back to us.
Complete thread -- I know, that is why I was ducking...haha. But yesterday, you do know who that
Complete thread -- okay, thank you :)
Complete thread -- Late, but, oops, hope you caught the typo "Invaz" (also, check your punctuation) that's a
Complete thread -- Fluffies for Poi - I learned yesterday to not tell other peeps what the OP is saying,
Complete thread -- I hear Colorado too. She may have gone for a 2-3 day "class", but she is saying Colorado
Complete thread -- dorm (dormitory) (dorms would be dormitories) ?
Complete thread -- ??? not sure why you are saying "sheesh" for :( I just needed to know if I had it word-for
Complete thread -- and I showed yes, they are documentable. That's all.
Complete thread -- dyspnea and cough?
Complete thread -- well, she was staying in a dorm and not driving.....
Complete thread -- correct... verbatim acct and I was not sure I had him word-for-word :)
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- I hear Colorado also - and she apparently was staying in dorms.
Complete thread -- I feel like one of my accts, the clerk really hates their job as the DC date will be
Complete thread -- I think her question was: Based on the wav or MP3 file is that what he was
Complete thread -- Got it - Trilipix
Complete thread -- I posted some links for you on your specific questions?
Complete thread -- PT with high blood pressure, GERD. Med list blank..
Complete thread -- Oh and there was not a following sentence. It was an extremely short report.
Complete thread -- I'm sorry. I sent it in for query as I had to leave.
Complete thread -- I think I will blank it. I keep checking distances on google for distance of different
Complete thread -- It does. Maybe pt went for weekend or something? (or maybe my guess is wrong)
Complete thread -- too spotty.
Complete thread -- I wasn't sure. I googled and it shows colorado is 10 hours from Yates Center, Kansas.
Complete thread -- I don't think that supports brain arrhythmia all that well
Complete thread -- listen for: bradyarrhythmia
Complete thread -- Colorado?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says (location is Yates Center, Kansas)
Complete thread -- ? non-firm
Complete thread -- I heard sleep spindles too. I was questioning "vertex sharp waves and"
Complete thread -- I'm on the run...wondering if high=gly...but don't have time to research
Complete thread -- just the rest of the exam is normal, part of physical exam..
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- What is the sentence that follows?
Complete thread -- IV fluids were increased (not was) - not sure what the s/l is
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Only from the standpoint that it is a phrase starting to be used in
Complete thread -- lymph nodes, sounds like nonferned?
Complete thread -- serum sodium *high colegernate*
Complete thread -- I heard "sleep was determined"..and I do hear the "sleep spindles"
Complete thread -- sorry Q, did you find something in those 13 hits that gives this credibility?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- sleep spindles
Complete thread -- alpha rhythm
Complete thread -- for vertex sharp waves
Complete thread -- I found a sample report which uses the "moderate voltage reactive alpha"
Complete thread -- the sharp waves and sleep spindles are heard frequently on EEGs
Complete thread -- They do give steroids for COPD, if you're questioning *steroids*
Complete thread -- ?street signs?
Complete thread -- If your client follows BoS 2 or BoS 3, it s/b q.6 (no space). They
Complete thread -- just s/l
Complete thread -- s/l street times
Complete thread -- thank you for that. I posted my questionable 2 areas that I am not certain match past
Complete thread -- specifically... 2 areas I am not certain match past reports, so looking for confirmation
Complete thread -- electroencephalogram (EEG) not electrocardiogram.
Complete thread -- the last word of the report - check that
Complete thread -- Did an MP3 at slower rate to verify. seems our speed just distorts
Complete thread -- okay thanks... cuz I could not make out half of what he said even when tried slowing :(
Complete thread -- Looks good to me.
Complete thread -- Pieced report together by past reports which are not consistent. Is this correct?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yep, just like they might say intravenous antibiotic(s) x dose.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Intravenous *steroids* 40 mg q. 6 has been ordered.
Complete thread -- not just BP, though. They will check pulse rates also.
Complete thread -- Apparently yes, see link.
Complete thread -- Also, U have some grammar issues...see suggestions inside
Complete thread -- Orthostatic blood pressures, (standing, sitting, lying down)
Complete thread -- Alicia, here are some of the issues you've raised:
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 2. *Obtain orthostatics*.
Complete thread -- see link - I think its okay
Complete thread -- no cap.
Complete thread -- We cannot rule out a *brain arrhythmia* or conduction disease as a cause of his sympt
Complete thread -- fluocinonide
Complete thread -- Fluocinonide is a steroid medication which is typically available in a cream
Complete thread -- use "flo-sin-a-ride" cream for eczema (mumbled). tia NM
Complete thread -- Z (see link)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- no cap. scarf refers to architectural and carpentry term defined as, “a joint made by no
Complete thread -- Zmax?
Complete thread -- any other hints/context that might help us?
Complete thread -- scarf bunionectomy or Scarf bunionectomy...finding both ways
Complete thread -- Thanks guys
Complete thread -- whole sentence please?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- is 'mostly in her hands' set off by commas?
Complete thread -- Cipro 500 mg b.i.d. on s/l spec
Complete thread -- He has history of *dead man's cough* and he is receiving NG tube feeding
Complete thread -- sorry - have z-pak in there but that is not it
Complete thread -- Augmentin and *z mack*
Complete thread -- I'd say the noun form here -- "mucus"
Complete thread -- I had one recently that spelled it for me as "cree" -
Complete thread -- Moderate amount of *mucous/mucus-like* fluid was suctioned from the middle ear space
Complete thread -- nvm - gooseneck is the shape of the handle of the cane. duh
Complete thread -- I've heard it as gooseneck cane before too
Complete thread -- just another post for explanating "cri"
Complete thread -- A: It is uterine cri (pronounced cree), based on the French "cri du chat" (cat cry,
Complete thread -- good job! Thanks for the information.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Poi!
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense too and would give it to him if clear.
Complete thread -- The above quote was taken from this link
Complete thread -- never mind. Found some documentation SM if interested
Complete thread -- So he is spelling uterine "crie" I question myself when they do that.
Complete thread -- s/l goose-foot cane. Cannot document. Makes sense, though (triangular-shaped base) sm
Complete thread -- off the enoxaparin (Lovenox)
Complete thread -- (I'm guessing they are pronouncing it "Kay-lor Con" cuz it is potassium (K))
Complete thread -- Klor-Con
Complete thread -- medication "kay-ler-con." In med list. Pt. with diabetes and hypertriglyceridemia. nm
Complete thread -- he is off "de-nox-a-prin" and on warfarin, and INR is therapeutic. tia nm
Complete thread -- always a good idea not to assume
Complete thread -- Thanks. I didn't want to assume just because I couldn't document it was not slang.
Complete thread -- agree. It's not slang.
Complete thread -- Z-line - I did not copy this well but you get the idea
Complete thread -- google help to find this
Complete thread -- not slang
Complete thread -- Is Z line slang? I can't find this. Thanks. EGD. Can't use slang on account.
Complete thread -- don't know why, but "the phth word" made me giggle to myself...
Complete thread -- I did it backward, found the phth word, then my word and wasnt sure on either
Complete thread -- Just came back to say I got that - TY :)
Complete thread -- physeal plate
Complete thread -- s/l "fifeal" plate
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I've never heard it - what a crazy way to spell a word!
Complete thread -- not ok - need to spell out dx
Complete thread -- IPK ?
Complete thread -- *I D K* tibiotalar joint
Complete thread -- My searches were all leading to tricycles and that was getting frustrating!
Complete thread -- ahhh - I was just coming back to say that! (found it same way you did)
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I had heard of the word years ago in school, never ran across it or
Complete thread -- phthisical - You are wonderful! That spelling took me to MTStars who had that spelling
Complete thread -- OK... that's what I thought. I'm workin on it, but we might need to hear it
Complete thread -- tysical?
Complete thread -- sorry -
Complete thread -- where does the s/l go? after "the left eye is --" (you have no blank)
Complete thread -- patient has retinoblastoma with hyphema - SL sounds like ticycle
Complete thread -- mebbe "his hip score"? is it a he? any body parts mentioned? (hip, spine, forearm?)
Complete thread -- my take is, she had 8-wk sonogram that was accurate for dates and now she's 12 weeks.
Complete thread -- try Ultravist?
Complete thread -- you'd expect to hear resides in a but i'm hearing something like 'causes' ...ugh!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Likewise. I am giving up. Appreciate the help.
Complete thread -- googling 2-0 suture for commissure brings up a lot of suture names,but nothing like your
Complete thread -- most likely Z
Complete thread -- doppbeck suture. SM please and thanks.
Complete thread -- bone density
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Also check: we let the colonoscope inserted into the rectum...
Complete thread -- ...and the appendiceal orifice. Retrograde examination...
Complete thread -- s/l appendiceal orifice retrograde
Complete thread -- man with history of dementia and ______a skilled nursing facilit
Complete thread -- s/l altraved contrast
Complete thread -- Yes - though does say field involved instead of involved field. TYSM!
Complete thread -- If not, how 'good' is your s/l of 'few-in involved'...does he say
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- One phrase I'm finding frequently is "involved field radiotherapy". Can U
Complete thread -- Sry. I see you gave it.
Complete thread -- Need more context...like what is his problem etc?
Complete thread -- had s/l few-in involved radiotherapy.
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- All I can think of is 'basic background'
Complete thread -- EEG finds slowing of s/l base E background. TIA!
Complete thread -- I don't think "Cooley technique" sounds anything like "chordae inserted"
Complete thread -- Ah..so we both 'read' a different s/l...I knew the s/l wasn't
Complete thread -- listen for: sinus, normal rhythm
Complete thread -- per-ih-toe (with the long "o" sound) was not implied in the OP
Complete thread -- Enough was posted. OP indicated it involved pulmonary vein and left atrium..and
Complete thread -- may be peritonitis=ascites (which could turn out to need paracentesis)
Complete thread -- inserted "chordae, it could be "inserted" if involved mitral or tricuspid valves sm
Complete thread -- my take is (?) songram performed at 8 wk but is turned out actually a 12 week gestation
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree, very well-know cardiac surgeon Thomas Denton Cooley 1871-1945.
Complete thread -- Provigil
Complete thread -- possibly mom had dates wrong
Complete thread -- Duoneb every 6 hours p.r.n., hydralazine, Sertraline, pantoprazole, anastrozole,
Complete thread -- O U! :)
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- got it, "tick-borne panel"
Complete thread -- another blank on STAT H&P.... thank you!!
Complete thread -- darn... meant to remove the apostrophe :( Koplik spots
Complete thread -- sorry... Koplik's spots :)
Complete thread -- got it... in plan they are testing for measles and I found Koplik's spots
Complete thread -- tried and failed - sorry
Complete thread -- forgot to mention this is a STAT H&P. Thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- At least it makes sense to you! ;)
Complete thread -- I think I get it
Complete thread -- Was able to verify they can do CWD on fetus..see link...but still
Complete thread -- Is is normal to have 12 weeks size by 8-week sonogram?
Complete thread -- On top of that, the next sentence, starting with 'who' wouldn't
Complete thread -- So far, no to that idea.
Complete thread -- That's the only thing I came up with too but somehow seems odd
Complete thread -- Nope. :(
Complete thread -- typo Doppler
Complete thread -- Wondering if CWD= continuous-wave Dopper
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Patient is a gravida 3, para 2 at 12 weeks and 4 days by 8-week sonogram s/l CWD TIA!
Complete thread -- I meant to add that, therefore, we can go with whichever the doc dictates.
Complete thread -- This grammar site shows ...
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'm going with Cooley, it's definitely what I hear
Complete thread -- This was taken from - See link
Complete thread -- from one of the hits
Complete thread -- Thx for trying, I think other helper got it with Cooley technique link below
Complete thread -- I'll take it! Definitely sounds the most like Cooley, don't know why I didn't get
Complete thread -- after "as well" and after "relief" (as well, and none.../relief, and in fact, ...)
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if "occlusion technique" but I'm checking further
Complete thread -- Not saying this is the answer for sure, just that it was worth looking at.
Complete thread -- sm for link
Complete thread -- None can be either singular or plural depending on object of prep (things/have).
Complete thread -- No, cooling is mentioned earlier. This is smack in the reconstruction portion
Complete thread -- a bypass? cooling I think.
Complete thread -- Sounds like "cooley" technique sm
Complete thread -- If we had context, that could be a good one...if the OP
Complete thread -- thank you, I can now hear that too :) You are awesome!
Complete thread -- I think I hear "secondary to"
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- paracentesis
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- Here's a list of possibilities..see link..can you give an exact s/l?
Complete thread -- s/l peritonsesus
Complete thread -- But I would keep a comma after well.
Complete thread -- I could buy that.
Complete thread -- Shouldn't it be "none of these things has provided" since he is saying 'not one' ?
Complete thread -- relief; and, in fact, he feels... (JMO)
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after well and keep the rest as you have it. JMO
Complete thread -- Correct platement of commas?
Complete thread -- good deal!
Complete thread -- wag ??metronidazole??
Complete thread -- got it....Aminoglycoside
Complete thread -- aminoglycoside ?
Complete thread -- s/l...me-to-like-oh-side...sm
Complete thread -- Yep, very good...
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- One Look is a site that shows many valid dictionaries. Many medical terminology
Complete thread -- Fluff.
Complete thread -- BTW- love your use of anak!! LOL
Complete thread -- Ok. I just never liked the one-look dictionary and don't use it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Oh anak!....must be navicular in this context, tho I hate the
Complete thread -- cut off too soon...boat-shaped structure...see link
Complete thread -- OneLook indicated that it could also mean just boat-shaped
Complete thread -- Q - i can't find navicula with bone - Stedmans has navicular and when googling
Complete thread -- In case not typo, prominent navicula (no 'r') bilaterally
Complete thread -- see link on foot ligaments - might be of some help
Complete thread -- another HUGE guess today - Bone scallop? also, SM
Complete thread -- after googling suture techniques, etc., all I can come up with is quilting or absorbing
Complete thread -- x-ray, s/l bone hollop
Complete thread -- WAG ??dissolving sutures??
Complete thread -- "folting" sutures?
Complete thread -- thanks guys! I thought something else was in there :)
Complete thread -- I have no idea on the next sentence.
Complete thread -- yea, that
Complete thread -- Tanner stage 3 (III) after male. or Tanner 3.
Complete thread -- circumcised male. Tanner III.
Complete thread -- male. Tanner III.
Complete thread -- oops this is the link for the microalbumin (MAL)
Complete thread -- I would think for microalbumin (MAL)...see link ...that being
Complete thread -- Just said it AGAIN for 3rd time, American, clear as a bell. Seriously?
Complete thread -- However, link is still good for collateral as well (line below dorsal)
Complete thread -- history of proteinuria. Urine sample was sent out today for "MAL." sm tia
Complete thread -- wanting to verify this is what he says. Unable to change speed, sorry
Complete thread -- No. I see there was an mp3 on next thread and dorsal was not it.
Complete thread -- wonder if it was 'dorsal' see link..chart toward the bottom
Complete thread -- below-knee excision??? lol
Complete thread -- ok nevermind. Checked prior reports and it is bka. Not sure why he is saying BKE. ugh.
Complete thread -- Dr. keeps dictating left BKE in dx. ? Cannot find what this is.
Complete thread -- you already voted, another voter/voteer, and you make no sense
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- check with employer. Different levels of MTs, acute could be any speciality, some
Complete thread -- ah..gotcha ;)
Complete thread -- You flag it then. asked and answered. IF you cannot or have not been able
Complete thread -- hematology/oncology could have counts all over the place, no way to know exactly what s.m.
Complete thread -- agree that's for "gravid" you were in para section 2,1,0,2,2,
Complete thread -- sigh....
Complete thread -- full of hate another voter. In need periodic adrenalin-fixes, fun junkies
Complete thread -- I hear collateral ligaments
Complete thread -- I mean I know basic laboratory values but counts such as lymphocytes, eosinophils, etc s.m
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks, I'm aware of that but when given a ton of lab results on some labs s.m.
Complete thread -- I think it is: medial and lateral plantar collateral ligaments
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It would take a few seconds to google Lab + reference range. Not that time-consuming
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- what about as far as labs that we don't hear as often and might not be as familar with s.m
Complete thread -- I've always been expected to know normals or if rare, how to find what one is. Most
Complete thread -- first ? . perpendicular to the shaft? of the proximal phalanx. They cut out
Complete thread -- MTs not expected to know normal values. I'd check with employer guidelines (QA)
Complete thread -- wrong mp3?
Complete thread -- I would say yes, because with Google, you can find a reference range on most anything
Complete thread -- What's our responsibility as far as labs are concerned when a doc doesn't say s.m.
Complete thread -- hypertrophied head of the _____ incised in toto perpendicular _____ proximal
Complete thread -- osseous tissue and the medial and lateral _____ ligaments
Complete thread -- I had found that too, but I believe the first letter A stands for the times gravid.
Complete thread -- crural or maybe cutting off the word collateral ligament
Complete thread -- full of FUN!
Complete thread -- lost is the most correct thing said here.
Complete thread -- vote for FUN
Complete thread -- apparently we are having fun!
Complete thread -- lighten up Mary. No 'true' does not hurt. Do you English? UR? Seriously and you want t
Complete thread -- Hey - don't get me involved!
Complete thread -- sole?
Complete thread -- not full of hate (So much drama though! Are we having fun yet?)
Complete thread -- full of hate -another voter
Complete thread -- of course you're not
Complete thread -- WRONG 2. give up. s/l "fresh" or "french" man(?) challenge - o
Complete thread -- medial and lateral plantar *cole* ligaments
Complete thread -- true hurts huh - UR childish, juvenile. Get some class
Complete thread -- there was one "Frenchman" poster ("I hear it... I'd go with it")
Complete thread -- it was answered
Complete thread -- might be referring (H AIR = AJR =abdominal jugular reflux (test)sm
Complete thread -- ahhhhh
Complete thread -- I'm not full of hate, just sorta repeating what the OP was asking.
Complete thread -- blady, blady blah, blah
Complete thread -- And what does your comment make you "looks" like?
Complete thread -- full of hate.
Complete thread -- HJR - yep
Complete thread -- or HJR Hepatojugular Reflux (HJR).
Complete thread -- there were 2 Frenchman posters. Stop silly relentless stuff, makes you looks like idiots
Complete thread -- Neck revealed no JVD or *H. Air*.
Complete thread -- questioning questionable posts that don't answer question? U must B unhappy& full of hate!
Complete thread -- the OP wrote "sinus mild arrhythmia' S/B mild sinus arrhythmia. sm
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I'm feeling a little sinus mild right now.
Complete thread -- found this link, might help link
Complete thread -- The OP isn't questioning the sinus arrythmia part, its sinus mild that she questions, the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I am still trying to figure out who/what they were talking about. I guess
Complete thread -- Sinus arrhythmia is a normal variation in the heart rhythmm
Complete thread -- right
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- No guessing who this poster is. Starting up again. Get a grip.
Complete thread -- s/b deeper tissues, Scarpa's fascia, and the dermis
Complete thread -- jagged wound and margins ? jagged wound edge margins?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- You're welcome! I was afraid I was too late to help, lol.
Complete thread -- I would edit
Complete thread -- maybe missing a word? chronic "non" healing inflammation
Complete thread -- nor sure about "jay or "J" but think VAC (vacuum assisted closure) in there somewhere sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- There is "sinus mild arrhythmia" on EKG. See msg tia
Complete thread -- nevermind... I caught it: He practices good nutrition :)
Complete thread -- unsure of exact wording used
Complete thread -- At this point in time, the chronic*healing*inflammation along the wounded margins was
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but s/b inferiormost (one word)..and
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes to Adair..see link
Complete thread -- good thing the OP didn't go with this bad advice
Complete thread -- Don't know about about...but am thinking about
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- margins of the wound these being *jay vax*, repair was done with a 2-0 Stratafi
Complete thread -- s/l Adair clamps for abdominal surgery
Complete thread -- re-listened...not totally sure I've got everything there...wait for others to respond
Complete thread -- He says..ïn parentheses transient symptoms
Complete thread -- non-neurologic, e.g., metabolic...
Complete thread -- however other etiologies include ______, metabolic glucose factors could play a role
Complete thread -- Frenchman's Cap is a peak - the HIKE up it is challenging.
Complete thread -- I guess we'll never know.
Complete thread -- even with that, I couldn't find it.
Complete thread -- thank you so much g a p j o j!! You are amazing!
Complete thread -- but it is really " Freycinet Challenge showcases Tasmania as a premier multisport "
Complete thread -- Then you'd be wrong - someone found the correct answer below.
Complete thread -- ahh, that might be IT
Complete thread -- He was saying steroid slash Xylocaine injections. ugh! Thanks for catching my typo.
Complete thread -- Frenchman challenge I hear, I'd just go with it sm
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you so much! Sorry it took me so long to get back to you.
Complete thread -- yea, i could hear him say number 3 before the headache phrase
Complete thread -- I think you are totally right! Thank you soooo much!
Complete thread -- But very interesting!
Complete thread -- the OP saying Tasmania helped the search
Complete thread -- I think you nailed it, lb. Good job!
Complete thread -- link - this is a HUGE guess though.
Complete thread -- your employer usually have very account specifics to follow, not all the same or use BOS
Complete thread -- I give up. s/l "fresh" or "french" man(?) challenge
Complete thread -- something man challenge if that helps
Complete thread -- *something* challenge (I'm looking...)
Complete thread -- Thanks, lb. That was a great find!
Complete thread -- and is currently training for the _____
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did not use them, but wanted to be sure. My new job is more up on the
Complete thread -- No hyphen. Think it falls under the classification of those
Complete thread -- Mitomycin-C precautions or mitomycin C instillation? Wouldn't mitomycin C be
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- the link would be nice.
Complete thread -- another link that talks about the guy who wrote the first link.
Complete thread -- I guess this was a post-and-run?
Complete thread -- Thank you guys! ;o)
Complete thread -- quiescent - the sound alike is great!
Complete thread -- quiescent
Complete thread -- It sounds more like that than recovered. Thanks
Complete thread -- Psoriatic arthritis: Disease appearing clinically s/l cree-ess-sent
Complete thread -- Doc says "gravida 5, para 2-1-0-2-2" ???? Has this changed again?? Last I knew s.m.
Complete thread -- resuscitated?
Complete thread -- wav file - I know the word I want to hear but do not think that is what she is saying
Complete thread -- Interesting. Thanks, Q.
Complete thread -- scan down to section "What the results mean."
Complete thread -- FYI here is article giving some values..-3 would mean patient
Complete thread -- I hear it now. I knew something was wrong with 90:3. It was negative
Complete thread -- is that on a DEXA scan? T-score of what??
Complete thread -- I don't think so. How exactly is it dictated? Can you hear "negative" something (vs "90")
Complete thread -- Left forearm T-score of s/l 90:3. Correct? Can't confirm
Complete thread -- I don't worry about it -- this guy seems to take it WAY too seriously.
Complete thread -- Me 2. Was always told to use 2, now they say 1, but not to worry about it, if you put 2
Complete thread -- I am only when I don't remember (which is half of the time).
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- hmmm... I guess I'm one of the guilty ones.
Complete thread -- Thought this article might be appreciated by a few here. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll listen again! :)
Complete thread -- To the helper who thought of amikacin below, thank you so much! That was it!
Complete thread -- Yup, that's it! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Ohhhh....I'll relisten! Thanks!
Complete thread -- ??peripheral reticular changes??
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Wonder if he was saying amikacin?
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing numbers, g. I do hear "now with recurrent headaches". Pretty sure it's
Complete thread -- I should add, here is link with good support for 'intracranial'
Complete thread -- I never heard what came B4 'hypertension' and still don't..but
Complete thread -- he's giving numbers there
Complete thread -- i.e., benign. 2. Hypertension. (number 3) recurrent headaches.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I did it as you suggested but with an initial cap mcg/Act - Thanks all.
Complete thread -- I also think I hear...",i.e., benign"
Complete thread -- history is significant for
Complete thread -- #1 s/l history is "consistent for" (tho' "consistent with" sounds better). Also...
Complete thread -- Also no comma after refractory
Complete thread -- I think I hear "History is consistent for refractory"
Complete thread -- #2 is intracranial
Complete thread -- I take it you can't expand it? If not, Google likes "mcg/act"
Complete thread -- Thanks. It always comes in as all caps so I know my way is not the prevailing idea.
Complete thread -- wearing an ice pack on her head
Complete thread -- History of _______ refractory, pseudotumor cerebri, benign _____ hypertension with re
Complete thread -- Allacronyms site shows it as Act..Did not find it at OneLook acronyms
Complete thread -- wearing an ice pack on her head
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- added wav again
Complete thread -- How do you abbreviate ACT when it is written as below, meaning actuation?
Complete thread -- s/b by Neurosurgery who (cap because of personification)
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match?
Complete thread -- can you hear "visual fields" instead?
Complete thread -- Visual fields appear full.
Complete thread -- s/l facial fields appear full
Complete thread -- Flagging. He is saying something *cation and I don't know of any drug with that ending.
Complete thread -- Mental status: She is awake, alert, coherent ______. She
Complete thread -- Addendum by ESL. No diagnosis. Drug s/l ramication (see message)
Complete thread -- Good one, 'o'! Hope OP cks back, even if too late for the report.
Complete thread -- Miracle you could all help me with the poor audio. One blank is amazing. Thanks.
Complete thread -- LOL, don't know. Left it blank. Too much time spent on this one. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I can see via=Byar(s)..but what is the outcome of volume=?
Complete thread -- In the 'Find' box type in....flap prior....(phrase with photo..forwarned)
Complete thread -- I found Byars flap, thanks though. Have a great day.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Have a great day.
Complete thread -- account specific - where I work we don't use Latin abbrevs at all- b.i.d. is "twice daily"
Complete thread -- I don't think so, it doesn't mean quite the same thing..but JMO
Complete thread -- #2..I'm finding a phrase "flap prior to skin closure" see link
Complete thread -- series of? (but then you'd expect injectionS, plural)
Complete thread -- vascular access?
Complete thread -- or just "involved the most" would work, wouldn't it?
Complete thread -- Yes, I'm thinking he said "in the most" and meant "at the most"
Complete thread -- #1 is Thiersch-Duplay (still thinking about #2)
Complete thread -- "involved in the most in the process" - is what I sorta hear
Complete thread -- hypospadias repair with s/l "tash to play" urethroplasty
Complete thread -- gapjoj..what do U think of "more likely involved in (at) the most in the process ?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I don't here it, either
Complete thread -- I can't get it at all, but I do not hear necrosis in there.
Complete thread -- not sure on your s/l but is it basal thumb joint instead of basial?
Complete thread -- likely involving the _______ necrosis. We are waiting for
Complete thread -- safest diet textures?
Complete thread -- s/l vas-or-asis Please see msg. It does not s/l vascultitis
Complete thread -- s/l serosis Xylocaine injection
Complete thread -- will check back in the a.m.
Complete thread -- will check back in the a.m.
Complete thread -- Pyriform sinus penetration and trace silent aspiration was noted on ___________.
Complete thread -- diazepam, baclofen, allopurinol, escitalopram, _________, bupropion
Complete thread -- Your speicific questions about p.o. and b.i.d. are in the BoS..it
Complete thread -- Also got this google link for BoS 2 which should help, but
Complete thread -- This should get you started...see link....but others who are
Complete thread -- abbreviations
Complete thread -- I was coming up with something along the lines of endothelial mesothelioma or some such,
Complete thread -- yes, thanks! :)
Complete thread -- ?syringoid carcinoma? see link
Complete thread -- springboard carcinoma
Complete thread -- Maybe something like myeloendomysial, but I can't find that term.
Complete thread -- ?Neurology. ?Oncology. ?Other. Please advise.
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- sm ty
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- eh...that's what I was thinking too, didn't read your before posting mine
Complete thread -- and in that preparation, a stat basic metabolic panel was also ordered.
Complete thread -- OR: (SM)
Complete thread -- May be trying to say something like..
Complete thread -- ...bronchitis, but because of the trouble taking a deep breath we need to...
Complete thread -- ooops -- sorry.
Complete thread -- ESL doc - patient with shortness of breath
Complete thread -- ? talar discontinuity (as in ligament)
Complete thread -- LOL -- good deal. Sorry we couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- oops. I mean three's a charm, as in that's it for struggling with this mess.
Complete thread -- Okay, three's a charm (helpers).
Complete thread -- aaaak... i can't find squat. s/l it sounds in "ness" but ??
Complete thread -- i just threw it back up for a few. don't have to send the file just quite yet.
Complete thread -- I jut got back and listened but went to refresh & it was gone. Sorry!
Complete thread -- Thanks to all who tried. WAV deleted now.
Complete thread -- yeah, me too, I guess. I scrolled through the whole drugs.com
Complete thread -- ditto. obviously not Evista.
Complete thread -- Ah well, then it's 'uncle' for me. Sry.
Complete thread -- No, actually the "fuller context" is the whole report, patient name and
Complete thread -- I thought it sounded like "this list" which is why I asked about med list
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help with 1:220,000 below...going to flag!
Complete thread -- All it sounds like to me is vistas and there is no drug that sounds like that is
Complete thread -- In the report is there a list of meds? If so, what?
Complete thread -- WAV. patient with severe CHF.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. I have flagged it because I cannot document it. Thanks as always!
Complete thread -- See link...this article makes me wonder whether
Complete thread -- s/l small foci of susceptibility infarct (see message)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- good thoughts, thanks, acutally ..
Complete thread -- I would most definitely defer to Questyr's post
Complete thread -- 100% agree
Complete thread -- from archives
Complete thread -- agree, we are used to RSVP from invitations, probably just misspoke
Complete thread -- what I'm finding is that it can be either..if you say right systolic
Complete thread -- laparoscopic tubal ligation, pls sm
Complete thread -- oops, that should have been posted on a new line. I wasn't questioning your suggestion
Complete thread -- RSVP or RVSP (please see message)
Complete thread -- surgically?
Complete thread -- ??empirically??
Complete thread -- mass of arm "imparably" lanced?
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi!
Complete thread -- clink on the wheel in the upper left side of screen, check your zoom setting,
Complete thread -- Why am I unable to post a link?
Complete thread -- yea, something is missing there, but i can't go back to listen.
Complete thread -- agree with Pathology
Complete thread -- that's what i hear too
Complete thread -- was introduced into the endometrial cavity
Complete thread -- oh, gotcha. I will admit to being a troublemaker, just not little. haha
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- taken out OF lithotomy position
Complete thread -- U little troublemaker ;-) ....that's why I used ' ' and not " "
Complete thread -- then everyone would ask if the doctor dictated quotes lol
Complete thread -- OK - let me clarify then. There was no need for ME to see Q's link.
Complete thread -- Excellent observation. Everyone is different and everyone interprets
Complete thread -- hysteroscope was ______ in the endometrial cavity?
Complete thread -- endocervical canal appeared...The hysteroscope was removed?
Complete thread -- The cervical canal appeared to be grossly normal. _____ removed and a medium sized c
Complete thread -- exam with hysteroscopy?
Complete thread -- opened using Hank dilators _____ endometrial cavity.
Complete thread -- I hear "Exam under anesthesia, hysteroscopy...and then gapjoj's ...I did
Complete thread -- exam and hysteroscopy?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I'd cap to Pathology. as an entity there.
Complete thread -- endocervical curette?
Complete thread -- long curved Allis clamp. The _____ curette was used
Complete thread -- he started to say fractional D and - and then said curettage
Complete thread -- Exam under hysteroscopy, fractional curettage
Complete thread -- OPERATION: ______ hysteroscopy, _______ curettage
Complete thread -- cause you used it here and below. So, you seem to have some need to say 'no need'
Complete thread -- My response was regarding the link to a dictionary entry.
Complete thread -- yep, gotcha! ;)
Complete thread -- thank you so much everyone!
Complete thread -- that is why I qualified with "what I hear"
Complete thread -- chiroprody is podiatry ?
Complete thread -- Considering this is an ESL, the phrase is usually "on a positive note"..and
Complete thread -- usual phrase is on a positive note (I hear on a), and google likes on a too.
Complete thread -- I hear "of a positive note" down to 33
Complete thread -- On a positive note, is down to 33
Complete thread -- (?Of or on) a positive note, her albumin is ___ to 33 and
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no need seems to be your fav saying. There may be need for all of us to learn.
Complete thread -- this makes sense
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- "4"? "for a" ??
Complete thread -- I head "far lateral disc"
Complete thread -- you mean like bb said 6 hours ago?
Complete thread -- who was operated on for an L2-3 ______ lateral disc.
Complete thread -- listen for chiropody.
Complete thread -- agree - only one person confused by this.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ?ligamentum flavum hypertrophy?
Complete thread -- ligamentum flavum
Complete thread -- level due to facet degenerative changes, _____ hypertrophy, and facet
Complete thread -- Do what you want, sheesh. No need to shout. We can read lower case just as well.
Complete thread -- Disregard.
Complete thread -- That is an interesting thot. Stopped me in my tracks!
Complete thread -- interbody fusion?
Complete thread -- see link..intermitted can mean to be intermittent...I would use it
Complete thread -- And this -ic word happens to be an exception to the rule. No need for shouting.
Complete thread -- The "DICTIONARIES" are shown. If someone chooses to give a dictionary
Complete thread -- history of multiple lumbar spine surgeries culminating in an L4-5 *intermitted* fusio
Complete thread -- because we are taught that an -IC ending NORMALLY denotes an ADJECTIVE. you know
Complete thread -- I'm not saying it is not also an adjective, I'm saying it is not ONLY an adjective.
Complete thread -- Thanks again.
Complete thread -- only 1 person is confused, the discontinuity poster. the s/l is del
Complete thread -- see link..Merriam-Webster..scan down to the medical dictionary entry..it
Complete thread -- s/l pearl may be "pull" A standard pull PEG tube is placed,
Complete thread -- no "s" is necessary - "chiropractic" all by itself is the word you want
Complete thread -- Logically speaking, I'd think they were just asking for s/l del, because del and discontin
Complete thread -- who is saying it's an adjective? Chiropractic IS a noun!
Complete thread -- This thread brings up a point for posters...if you would put
Complete thread -- this is interesting.
Complete thread -- Thank you guys. So, chiropractics with the 's' would be okay in this particular instance?
Complete thread -- it IS a different discipline, a noun in this context, and "chiropractic" IS a noun.
Complete thread -- agree, if dictated and supporting data, I'd use it
Complete thread -- It's 3 things, injections, PT, and using _____, not adjective at all.
Complete thread -- OR-- so just ignore what was listed? s/l del -- OR-- discontinuity -
Complete thread -- OneLook's idea of a "dictionary" is fairly liberal. It is not in any real dictionary.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I read it as a totally different discipline, not an adjectival form at all. but
Complete thread -- I stand corrected, the same site through a different portal now
Complete thread -- When you click on the medicine dictionary, it refers you
Complete thread -- I'd use chiropractic - that is the noun form.
Complete thread -- 4 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word chiropracty:
Complete thread -- I found these hits too..some are talking about a
Complete thread -- exactly s/l del.
Complete thread -- dictated 'chiropracty.' Can I leave as dictated or edit to chiropractics?
Complete thread -- this is what OP listed ....s/l del or discontinuity
Complete thread -- It appears that is not the question she needed answering. :)
Complete thread -- any mention what being used for link
Complete thread -- a lot of times we "definitely" hear something, but it may not be "definitely" what is
Complete thread -- I see much reference to discontinuity on google
Complete thread -- No account specs. Thanks.
Complete thread -- depends on your account specs - I expand to Hematology/Oncology
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Sorry for taking so long - 1 stat after another today.
Complete thread -- Dictated: heem onc. HEM/ONC and OB/GYN okay or Hem/Onc?
Complete thread -- dale is in dictionary defined as "a valley" and dell-a small, esp wooded hollow
Complete thread -- dell (a depression). (I've heard this dictated a few times in ortho.)
Complete thread -- tear?
Complete thread -- I do not palpate any s/l del or discontinuity but think she has
Complete thread -- I can't either.
Complete thread -- Lessina
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Velamentous cord insertion (VCI) is an abnormal cord insertion in which the
Complete thread -- velamentous
Complete thread -- s/l filamentous cord insertion
Complete thread -- Yes, left bronchial tree and right bronchial tree
Complete thread -- Google "left bronchial tree" and click on 1st hit-meddean (can't link for some reason).
Complete thread -- sounds like threading to me too
Complete thread -- I KNOW what bilateral means. but you have 1 bronchial tree
Complete thread -- Cannot verify epinephrine concentration of 1:220,000 (only 1:200,000)
Complete thread -- I hear threading. Guess it makes sense, like a weak, thready blood flow?
Complete thread -- Yes, I believe that is it. Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Sent a WAV file to confirm the word threading
Complete thread -- umm...left and right (bilateral)
Complete thread -- Definitely saying "bilateral endobronchial tree."
Complete thread -- check out that web site and see if any sound like your oral contraceptive
Complete thread -- that is by no means "all" you have. I bet you have a whole report of some sort.
Complete thread -- sorry, that's all I have. Hearing "seena" or "sina" OCP 1/20 in med list. thanks nm
Complete thread -- Does threading make sense in this context?
Complete thread -- Need more info, but microgestin, Loestrin, Junel FE come in that dose. If you Google 1/20
Complete thread -- OCP "___cenia" 1/20, one tablet daily. tia nm
Complete thread -- What is a "bilateral endobronchial tree?" Seems like that word there before
Complete thread -- peripheral ?
Complete thread -- s/l peri-foe-til endobronchial tree (ESL bronchoscopy) see message...
Complete thread -- Also, I think starting the sentence as "Doctor will dictate" unless it was dictated with
Complete thread -- time
Complete thread -- Curious, what is the 1.03 ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- pull? sometimes in quotes on Google.
Complete thread -- s/l pearl peg tube
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ?hygromatous fluid? see link
Complete thread -- subarachnoid blood and evidence of some *s/l higromatous* fluid on her prior CT scan.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Blank..Her recovery was successful... First sentence sounds okay to me.
Complete thread -- Please confirm first sentence and see blank in 2nd. thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you both !
Complete thread -- Oh. Then I see someone gave you the correct answer above.
Complete thread -- She is just saying the letters "a" "z"
Complete thread -- Never a prob. I do understand.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Your s/l is unclear..is it s/l A to Z...or A hyphen Z... or A dash Z ? or other?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- On echocardiogram, there is mild bi-atrial
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- per mercury for the right atrial
Complete thread -- I think I hear "per" which seems to make see...see link...as
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Ty Q. Sorry I didn't come back last night, got off track with a software glitch
Complete thread -- didn't hear wav, but "plus" fits nicely-- link
Complete thread -- Still hearing the old one. Try erasing the old one then post yours.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- And I'm assuming U cannot post a WAV or mp3.
Complete thread -- Also need the sentence following the one you gave.
Complete thread -- Are you saying the s/l='plus' or ='for' or ='but' or ='?'(a 1-syllable word) ?
Complete thread -- see
Complete thread -- close, try Scerbo
Complete thread -- what word fits here? s/l plus, for, but or some other 1-syllable word.
Complete thread -- Looking for a doctor named Dr. Jessica Serbo in Long Branch, NJ. Not sure what
Complete thread -- ahh new to me too; have heard of "jailed" (prob same meaning) thanks for sharing.
Complete thread -- Got it - found her and realized she was a hospitalist. From there it was easy,
Complete thread -- wav file, name at Concord Hospital NH
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- He said it clearer later and then I confirmed it on the internet. It confirmed.
Complete thread -- That was a new one for me. Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- I think it's jolt accentuation. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Sorry, was not done yet. INR is 2.9. The patient has negative s/l chaw exiduation.
Complete thread -- INR is 2.9. The patient has negative s/l chaw exiduation.
Complete thread -- the word was cage both times. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Sent wave file, thanks
Complete thread -- I will do a wav file when the previous poster is done.
Complete thread -- same word both times, sounds like cape, cave?
Complete thread -- I like your word better.
Complete thread -- changes?
Complete thread -- saddle anesthesia?
Complete thread -- transients?
Complete thread -- Some sharp alpha and theta ___ are seen over the left posterior tempor ...
Complete thread -- He denies any recent weight loss ____(0:01:05.2) or bowel or bladder i ...
Complete thread -- Is the first prominent? Not sure.
Complete thread -- Second blank is "erosions," I think. Can't get the first blank.
Complete thread -- MRI of the right knee taken at Stamford Hospital on 6/17/14 reveals ad ...
Complete thread -- see link...if you hear conscious, I would use it
Complete thread -- Check out these study cards I found..the 3rd line..see link ..I'm
Complete thread -- s/l conscious mood disorder. TIA!
Complete thread -- perhaps missed a a word? no NEW medications other than etc
Complete thread -- wonder if said/meant auto reflex? lab technique (wav already gone) sm
Complete thread -- Oh.. that's it.. clear as day now. thanks!! I should go to bed.
Complete thread -- EIP to EPL?
Complete thread -- We did a EPID PL transfer. I know this is extensor indicis proprius but unsure what D
Complete thread -- That is what I hear too.
Complete thread -- I believe she is saying: free water between meals
Complete thread -- some type of water
Complete thread -- nevermind... I see that is correct: Rigidity of muscles occurring as a means of avoiding
Complete thread -- yw. actually I think it is fingerbreadths and not cm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- According to allacronyms.com, FF@U=fundus firm at umbilicus
Complete thread -- usually hear U minus 2 (2 cm below umbilicus)
Complete thread -- splinting?
Complete thread -- Whole sentence: Fundus firm at s/l you after fundal massage.
Complete thread -- thank you so very much :)
Complete thread -- well his English is pretty bad LOL! he likes "ing" ending when it does not belong, etc
Complete thread -- other indices (usually hear indices instead of index) ??
Complete thread -- with hopes that mostly it was a gastroenteritis (what I heard) and...SM
Complete thread -- is there anything such as auto index??
Complete thread -- other ____ test was negative.
Complete thread -- Whole sentence please?
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- I know right? LOL!
Complete thread -- Post-delivery...fundus firm at s/l you after fundal massage. TIA
Complete thread -- hi
Complete thread -- C can s/l Z and T can s/l D- so on a WAG Zydol (tramadol)??
Complete thread -- I'm so glad that has been clarified.
Complete thread -- Arrrgh...yep, low-voltage
Complete thread -- any PMH? dosage? flag it
Complete thread -- LOL! really? MEDICATIONS: No medications other than what she has been taking
Complete thread -- doc spells medication Cytl - cannot find.
Complete thread -- thanks to you! :)
Complete thread -- glad you got it :)
Complete thread -- I think I got it now...thanks to your "initially" :)
Complete thread -- how about: placed in observation with hopes that initially it was a gastroenteritis
Complete thread -- I hear "observation with hopes that, well initially it was a gastro.."
Complete thread -- or a word that would have to do with an elevated white count that she hoped was due to
Complete thread -- my s/l is laninsulate ... I cannot figure out what word she says. I don't know if it has
Complete thread -- I do hear the "with hopes that" but felt it MIGHT be her stumbling
Complete thread -- still working through report, but here is more dictation
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- trying to hear what you put, but can't. I keep hearing "observation with hopes that _____
Complete thread -- a correction to "observation of what initially was a"?
Complete thread -- some low voltage fast activity
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- and please tell him to take the phone out of his throat.
Complete thread -- Some voltage fast activity is present.
Complete thread -- eeg
Complete thread -- some try to record just using their internal mic, that is how they end up with a low
Complete thread -- I was referring to listening... as some recordings are so low but my volume was maxed.
Complete thread -- I cannot hear that myself. I sent with a blank
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- if you are trying to record wav/mp3 files using external speakers, try using an external
Complete thread -- oxymetazoline?
Complete thread -- Yeah, sounds like 2 things to me. sorry!
Complete thread -- goodness, no need to do all that, just trying to placate in case you said same thing bye
Complete thread -- Good example. I was trying to remember that one last night, but couldn't.
Complete thread -- I am going to leave a blank as I cannot be certain what she says
Complete thread -- It is the same word thing using Ringer's solution, Named after Ringer still most used w/S
Complete thread -- And here is name of article and authors.
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- do you think she says "seasonal nasal spray" ??
Complete thread -- It's too long an article to copy, but here's the part I was referring to
Complete thread -- good one on EMTALA
Complete thread -- it is probably because I'm stuck with dial up(groan) in my rural area
Complete thread -- unfortunately no meds dictated and no past reports to look at :(
Complete thread -- well hello Ann Swer, not seen your name for awhile, welcome back
Complete thread -- link worked for me. Just clicked on "link" and it popped right up
Complete thread -- Glad it helped. Worked for me too.
Complete thread -- it's ok, no need, can't copy/paste since only see LINK, not the address.
Complete thread -- New for me too! Very kewl!
Complete thread -- I did the trick of clicking on the enhancements tab in speaker properties
Complete thread -- I use a laptop and sometimes if I unplug my earphones just a hair, it actually is louder
Complete thread -- awesome thank you! it worked LOL! :)
Complete thread -- I just tried the link and it worked for me. Try copying and pasting the
Complete thread -- instead of a brand, it almost sounds like on her "something" and nasal spray?
Complete thread -- cannot open your link to see if we both said same thing
Complete thread -- To me, 2 issues, CHF and acute renal failure, both acute on chronic
Complete thread -- so low... no slow low LOL
Complete thread -- Maybe something in one of these hits will help.
Complete thread -- sorry volume is slow low, up all the way. Some type of nasal spray
Complete thread -- anyone know of anything that can enhance volume when computer is all the way up??
Complete thread -- Here's an article showing that usage..if it doesn't take you
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Yes. I understand. My answer was reflective of that...only I
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :) it is a verbatim acct, but we are supposed to correct if clearly wrong
Complete thread -- Typo...He is makihng 2 types of statements. Etc
Complete thread -- I was questioning the "acute" before renal failure being he follows with acute on chronic
Complete thread -- Ah. Now U get into the realm of grammar rules vs usage. I can't
Complete thread -- No. He is making 2 types of states. The current problem is
Complete thread -- Do people say "them" in reference to a single person when not specifying sex?
Complete thread -- Of course if editing, would also need to remove 'a'
Complete thread -- doc said following (sm)
Complete thread -- In that case I would consider editing 'rheumatologist' (which
Complete thread -- just caught that myself too :) thanks! :)
Complete thread -- just re-listened and she does say "them" ... she does not specify if rheum is him or her
Complete thread -- Grammar error in MUSCULOSKELTAL: Inspection...does (not do)
Complete thread -- In case not a typo..in the hx section.."until she seems him" (not them)
Complete thread -- thank you! :) I can now hear that :)
Complete thread -- correction in PLAN section: in case this may subdue :)
Complete thread -- I head "Multiple arthralgias."
Complete thread -- ______ arthralgias
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Good. I just wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- I just hear her inhaling before she says it. There is currently no (inhales) point-ing or
Complete thread -- I just hear "no pointing or drainage" - nothing else in there.
Complete thread -- To clarify..(then something)=some sort of 'p' sound
Complete thread -- I hear "no (then something) pointing or drainage)..can't tell
Complete thread -- I think she says "no pointing or drainage" and google search seems to verify pointing :)
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- it took me a while to finally grasp what she was saying :)
Complete thread -- You're good. I refreshed it 3 times and still couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- got it!! It is better if she bathes him less frequently. :)
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it.
Complete thread -- Midodrine perhaps
Complete thread -- s/l Vitagen 5 mg prior to each dialysis treatment
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- That's it. You're AWESOME, Q! Thanks.
Complete thread -- Check out the 2nd hit...see if it relates EMTALA ??
Complete thread -- s/l em-tall-uh-forms were completed. TIA!
Complete thread -- so just didn't try and look it up, why not, would have solved it.
Complete thread -- many patients are receiving Aricept for off-label uses, such as ADD (brain disorder)
Complete thread -- I'll bet that's a bingo! Even tho it's too late, I hope the OP sees this for next time.
Complete thread -- Occasional?
Complete thread -- s/l ovational wheezes in lung bases. TIA!
Complete thread -- *oops. ? dural seroma
Complete thread -- agree,
Complete thread -- agree; it's clearly dictated
Complete thread -- ? intention tremor comes to mind
Complete thread -- not questioning what it means, just how to punctuate. I went with 'PharmD'... >5 hours ago
Complete thread -- They kept him in the hospital (what I hear)
Complete thread -- Merriam-Webster currently has 2 listings. The
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- Thanks - that's what I was leaning to.
Complete thread -- I don't cap it, many of them have specific names, so w/o knowing the specific one.
Complete thread -- Urgent Care or urgent care?
Complete thread -- thank you both... sounds like either one as I cannot be certain of first couple of words
Complete thread -- They came up to the hospital??
Complete thread -- They got him to the hospital?
Complete thread -- unsure, audio starts at ***
Complete thread -- agree with that. I always use band-aid since I don't know if they're using brand name or
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Pharm.D =A pharmacist holding a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, tho not an M.D.
Complete thread -- isn't any tremor?
Complete thread -- archive helpers suggested not using brand, stating many forms of band-aid
Complete thread -- Band-Aid is a registered trademark of Johnson & Johnson,
Complete thread -- There is an s/l in tremor in the upper extremities. TIA!
Complete thread -- okay, thanks! :)
Complete thread -- I hear that too - could be a truck driver.
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- triple wouldn't be capped if it wasn't start of sentence. I could not find
Complete thread -- why I never use drugs.com. They do that stuff all the time, capping stuff that is not
Complete thread -- I wasn't sure since all over drugs.com it has both words capped
Complete thread -- I thought he might have been referencing "third from" either side (middle finger). Even
Complete thread -- and, no comma needed with firm and necrotic and easily...
Complete thread -- Triple Antibiotic - (antibiotic doesn't need capitalized.
Complete thread -- s/l third thumb to me too.
Complete thread -- I hear same thing and it does not make any sense
Complete thread -- unfortunately not. just says "right hand laceration"
Complete thread -- I hear "third from"...unless he has a third thumb. Is there anywhere else
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says... sorry volume is so low,
Complete thread -- Apparently they stored some archives, because google
Complete thread -- Ah..rickets disease is not same thing
Complete thread -- yep - it's bacteria so adjective form is not capped (like streptococcal)
Complete thread -- Now my only question is, What is Rickets disease? Or is it that
Complete thread -- Dorland's shows as U have it...rickettsial disease
Complete thread -- same with my name. When I try Questyr the most recent is 2007
Complete thread -- hmm - picks up all the oscars (name or subject) when I use the backup box, but...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- but not capped... rickettsial disease, I think
Complete thread -- or Rickettsial
Complete thread -- ??Rickettsia?? see link
Complete thread -- No. I just went back and tried that. It picks up both from
Complete thread -- s/l rikesio disease
Complete thread -- I think searching Questyr on the Word Board box only works if your
Complete thread -- I don't hear any hesitation or anything there.
Complete thread -- That's a mightly big assumption. That may have been something that happened prior. IF he
Complete thread -- I tried that on the Word Board box and it didn't work; I tried
Complete thread -- I guess an exception would be one of those in which the "name" changes daily
Complete thread -- good point, poi! This is true - your random moniker is attached to all your posts even
Complete thread -- okay thank you! :) will do :)
Complete thread -- I consider "vent" slang (in this context) and expand to ventilator.
Complete thread -- ?? needing to know if vent is slang... verbatim acct, but no slang allowed
Complete thread -- hey Q - if know what your "name" is without putting anything in the
Complete thread -- is "vent" supposed to be expanded to ventilator? is it considered slang?
Complete thread -- I believe "the patient" was spoke in error as patient was not responding entire stay
Complete thread -- the patient and the family (both the sons) ventilator-associated pneumonia.
Complete thread -- thank you! I now clearly hear that on both WAV and MP3 :)
Complete thread -- posted beginning of report as a WAV as I am unsure I heard that right
Complete thread -- I hear "from vent-associated pneumonia" see link
Complete thread -- some type of pneumonia. Said higher in report, but I think I heard that wrong too
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- thank you!! :) I did not think oral was correct at all but couldnt make out and/or :)
Complete thread -- how about "and/or sepsis"
Complete thread -- not sure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- yuk is right. s/l faintest/faintish to me as well, but doesn't really go with "of a"
Complete thread -- faintest??? faintesh??? (YUK!)
Complete thread -- There was a ___ of a hiatus hernia at the lower end of the esophagus.
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know; makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- wav posted on top of yours?
Complete thread -- I would just like to explain to you guys a change I am
Complete thread -- It has been used in PubMed articles and googles low, but in
Complete thread -- I guess I will - insulinized has a lot of support, so it's not that big a stretch...
Complete thread -- how do you guys feel about "underinsulinized" - should I give it to him?
Complete thread -- I'm a gonna go with PharmD (found it on pg 513 of BoS 2) - thanks for looking Q
Complete thread -- Typo OneLook shows several choices.
Complete thread -- OneLook shows several choice.
Complete thread -- is it PharmD or Pharm. D. or what? (she had her dose adjusted by a Pharm D)
Complete thread -- aha! I hear that now! Thank you Ocsar!
Complete thread -- normal; nevertheless, biopsies were taken
Complete thread -- To: 'rs' I should have pointed out when trying to decide
Complete thread -- The stomach was normal and ____ biopsies were taken.
Complete thread -- BoS 3 page 155 talks about when not to capitalize (and when
Complete thread -- hmmm... I would've capped in this case (tho' I usu go by the "Dr. Smith" method as well)
Complete thread -- Helped greatly. Thanks, Questyr
Complete thread -- Helped greatly. Thanks, Questyr
Complete thread -- No. Someone gave the suggestion of substituting "Dr Smith" for
Complete thread -- Dr. White of gastroenterology. Is gastroenterology capped? Thanks
Complete thread -- There was ____ of a hiatus hernia at the lower end of the esophagus
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Fluff.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- There is hope for me after all. They always have trouble
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- No luck. None so far that are BKAs. Sorry.
Complete thread -- that was my thought exactly - a made-up word w/DuraSeal
Complete thread -- resident dictating, I'm begining to think it is a collection at a DuraSeal repair.
Complete thread -- take your time... I'll be here for 5 hours and 20 minutes more...
Complete thread -- I'm finding some surgical technique called 'bouquet pinning' and
Complete thread -- some type of seroma?
Complete thread -- Let me see what I can find in English grammar to compare
Complete thread -- collection in surgical site most likely representing a *duraceloma*
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- bummer
Complete thread -- In case not typo, s/b bovied (no cap when eponym used this way)
Complete thread -- must work with some kind of heat sensitivity - interesting
Complete thread -- listing wrist bones so comma between trapezoid, trapezium, scaphoid, metacarpal
Complete thread -- stumbling on ligate?
Complete thread -- We then proceeded to s/l*loke bouquet* and tie off our large posterior bleeders
Complete thread -- that's pretty cool!
Complete thread -- In case none has seen this. VeinViewer
Complete thread -- thank you :-)
Complete thread -- definitely my new word of the day!
Complete thread -- thanks - flagging
Complete thread -- i see this too - Anak being the Alaskan native word for poop -
Complete thread -- donepezil (but that is Aricept, patient is kinda young?)
Complete thread -- med s/l donna zel
Complete thread -- I think that's just someone's blog? I found anak in dictionary on Alaska government site
Complete thread -- that would certainly solve it, but he did say "patient"
Complete thread -- it is anuk (SM)
Complete thread -- found "anak"
Complete thread -- Procedure: Fusion of right carpometacarpal joint of the thumb includi ...
Complete thread -- pls sm for context
Complete thread -- slang for feces/stool/bowel movement - s/l *ohnuk* any ideas, patient from Alaska
Complete thread -- a promotilic
Complete thread -- promotility agent?
Complete thread -- after reading the thread, I'm thinking something like this...
Complete thread -- Patient was given s/l pro-mo-till-ic for constipation. TIA!
Complete thread -- For sure we appreciate your efforts!
Complete thread -- I forgot if I shared or not; guess I did. There are a lot new ones of late
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- New FDA Belsomra (suvorexant) difficulty falling or staying asleep (insomnia).
Complete thread -- new FDA Jardiance (empagliflozin) type 2 diabetes
Complete thread -- New FDA Invokamet (canagliflozin & metformin hydrochloride) type 2 diabetes
Complete thread -- good suggestion ~ thanks
Complete thread -- Yes. TYSM!
Complete thread -- ?phacodonesis? see link
Complete thread -- Eye exam - No pick-oh-den-e-sis. TIA!
Complete thread -- I tended to read it this way:
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- patent to air
Complete thread -- sure sounds like what he said....
Complete thread -- Is this what MD dictated?
Complete thread -- agree I would not use semicolons
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Probably. Thanks a bunch.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- great suggestion. There is even a garlic & cayenne supplement
Complete thread -- Phaneuf?
Complete thread -- Sounds like large "fan-up" clamps
Complete thread -- odd pronunciation of cayenne?
Complete thread -- recliner sleeping
Complete thread -- well, my daughter does make about the same as I do working at the local movie theater
Complete thread -- i also wonder how all those people have watched her sleep to know this?
Complete thread -- that is it! Thank you poi!
Complete thread -- that is it!! Thank you nm!!
Complete thread -- cranberry hibiscus, ubiquinol, garlic ______, calcium, magnesium, zinc.
Complete thread -- that part about the big bucks...
Complete thread -- funny how sometimes you really have to study what they said to figure it out and
Complete thread -- cut out the alcohol?
Complete thread -- doubt emphysematous since not mentioned on CT of the chest
Complete thread -- thank you guys! :)
Complete thread -- With that background, what 'o' thought (that doc misspoke)
Complete thread -- yeah - he means the patient's condition/symptoms/fever, etc. were totally due to pneumonia
Complete thread -- I can see how you "hear" that, but I don't think so...
Complete thread -- surrounding dictation
Complete thread -- no, i hear totally due to ... i think he sorta messed up on "the patient"
Complete thread -- this is all surrounding
Complete thread -- no - pretty sure it is "totally" something - ("totally due to" - as above - but doesn't
Complete thread -- I think I hear him saying "The patient was tolerating pneumonia"
Complete thread -- what was the previous sentence? I'm thinking he misspoke on "patient"
Complete thread -- do you think he says "tolerating pneumonia" ???
Complete thread -- I thought so to, but *the patient* was totally due to... doesn't really fit.
Complete thread -- I always take ESL "brackets" to mean parentheses, even though a brackets are really []
Complete thread -- thank you guys for trying!
Complete thread -- totally due to
Complete thread -- can you get the word in front of pneumonia?
Complete thread -- yep yep ... everything gapjoj said is what I was gonna say
Complete thread -- either [ ] or ( ) (brackets)
Complete thread -- Will listen for that. Thanks for the capping reminder.
Complete thread -- totally --- pneumonia. no line infection. In brackets, the patient had...
Complete thread -- some more blanks
Complete thread -- as far as the second one, can't get it. Perhaps something alcohol?
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- for screening to evaluate
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- derangement
Complete thread --