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Complete thread -- there was a NDI natural death index (data base) mayB ditator mispoke or OP misheard
Complete thread -- but OP has ANDI or NDI - what would the I stand
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Animas Vibe insulin pump continuous glucose monitoring
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Heartflow FFR CT (fractional flow reserve) (HeartFlow, Inc)
Complete thread -- as suggested, Might just be AND= “Allow Natural Death” (formerly “Do Not Resuscitate”)
Complete thread -- a DNI, Do Not Intubate?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot... ...
Complete thread -- AND could be allow natural death, but not sure about I
Complete thread -- a DNR? (do-not-resuscitate)
Complete thread -- The patient prefers to be ____ (S/l ANDI) declining CPR, cardioversion ...
Complete thread -- Patient elected to be an ______ (ANDI OR NDI) and defers cardioversion CPR
Complete thread -- Patient can forward flex s/l about thee of the shoulder. TIA!
Complete thread -- hydrocephalus with VP shunt placement, s/l Christ instrument, sm plse
Complete thread -- *hear* - but we knew what you
Complete thread -- oops, meant to put my comment here...please see added above, under message
Complete thread -- I hear "I think since his testicular pain improved .....that his pain will continue to..
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ortho
Complete thread -- what kind of surgeon does an autogenous bone graft? (looking for doc name)
Complete thread -- def not patient's name :) I believe he says "The patient states" :)
Complete thread -- #1 sounds like may be pt name? traction AND that his pain will
Complete thread -- I think I now here "The patient states" testicular pain improved
Complete thread -- yes! thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- Is he stumbling over "the patient's testicular pain..."?
Complete thread -- bet didn't even listen or would not have said I could buy that
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- thanks guys!! :)
Complete thread -- 2) Went to Huffing for Stuffing 3) part of Huffing for Stuffing
Complete thread -- thanks for that one :) Do you have any idea what the others are? seems like saying pretty
Complete thread -- Huffing for Stuffing (It's a race) see link
Complete thread -- 2 & 3 Huffing for Stuffing (a Thanksgiving day run)
Complete thread -- 1) in Livingston
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- thank you! I kept hearing single plain something LOL :)
Complete thread -- Lives in a single family home with her husband.
Complete thread -- lower extremity
Complete thread -- cannot catch where she lives
Complete thread -- doing stairs sounds fine - walking up & down, doing, just odd way of saying it.
Complete thread -- But I bet you do at least search before posting. The OP here didn't
Complete thread -- IN the base of the ilium nm
Complete thread -- you sure make yourself look bad, can't you see it nm
Complete thread -- in his walking activities? limitation in walker doing stairs?
Complete thread -- I would state that the patient does have significant limitation in his ...
Complete thread -- patient's eye after tetracaine drops had been ____ eye and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- At this point, the corneal shield was placed on the patient’s eyes ___ ...
Complete thread -- yeah, I checked those before I commented. It says "If you've researched already, say so"
Complete thread -- s/l "Hurting, pulls on the ears, very fussy..." but not sure
Complete thread -- I am hearing "_____ is very fussy and needs...." ...
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 2-year-old Caucasian female with 6 episodes of ...
Complete thread -- Wow! Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- No. Thanks for your willingness to help. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Sorry corrects to say the Scarpa's fascia and I would not include deep as he did not say
Complete thread -- It sounds like he is just correcting himself to say "deep Scarpa's fascia"
Complete thread -- I have it! no aneurysmal dilation of the vessels
Complete thread -- The flap was then drawn inferiorly and the excess was resected and the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Think you want +2.5 ...see link...
Complete thread -- I'm not sure, but ??The tan rubbery tissue??
Complete thread -- i am not "nightlife". ...
Complete thread -- Pretty much. Look under the word RULES, top right.
Complete thread -- The third intermetatarsal space neuroma was identified by applying dis ...
Complete thread -- Can you post a wav? That is something I would have to listen to
Complete thread -- Is this the strength or power testing?
Complete thread -- SM TIA
Complete thread -- I would type +2/5
Complete thread -- What is correct way to type "plus two five" femoral head. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I am hearing "Failed" ...
Complete thread -- THA - single screw was used (up, of, off?) the base of the ilium. Thanks.
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- Diagnoses: 1. Lumbar herniated nucleus pulposus. 2. Lumbar radicu ...
Complete thread -- Procedure: 1. Explant left ____ spinal cord stimulator permanent lea ...
Complete thread -- s/l*Lenese ultrasound* was negative - DVT
Complete thread -- GLE
Complete thread -- GOO
Complete thread -- I wonder who, telling us of this awesome new thing called
Complete thread -- is that a WB rule I missed?
Complete thread -- good heavens link brought up wrong stuff, see if this works sm
Complete thread -- when they dictate the 2 after VASc the "2" means the category score given (2 points)
Complete thread -- hint for next time if not familiar google.com and enter your phrase sm
Complete thread -- yes, neuro patties (like a small sponge)
Complete thread -- Lots of info in archives. Posters are supposed to try to help themselves too.
Complete thread -- saline-soaked s/l neuro-patty TIA!
Complete thread -- thank you so very much!!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Don't quite buy that.If no addt'l complications, were there some mentioned?
Complete thread -- Cheerleading/Tumbling sm
Complete thread -- now remember you need to insert a STOP CODE, but I forget how to do it sm
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of cheer and tumbling??
Complete thread -- I could buy that - no additional.
Complete thread -- sorry, i coughed wrong and it didnt soung right LOL
Complete thread -- mouth and advanced to the 2nd portion-but she's too quick for me to get that whole next
Complete thread -- 2. no additional? Wait for another set of ears since I don't really think this is right.
Complete thread -- 1. thus biopsied for H. pylori.
Complete thread -- erythematous and was _______. There were _____ complications
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's it. Slightly mispronounced by MD.
Complete thread -- Sapporo ? link
Complete thread -- second portion of the duodenum. _______ The patient tolerated the procedure
Complete thread -- as antiphosphatidylserine antibody is not part of the s/l cipp-ero criteria.
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks. That is the whole sentence.
Complete thread -- my guess is you are not familiar with the condiment survey?
Complete thread -- right-o (correctomundo) see link
Complete thread -- yeppers! :)
Complete thread -- I am referring to alignment and not having to push the tab button :)
Complete thread -- maybe "in regards to this --- microalbuminuria" but there's still a word missing.
Complete thread -- what? I'm not sure I even understood what you wrote there.
Complete thread -- I've refreshed 3 times and still can't get whatever he's saying in there, and I'm not sure
Complete thread -- Don't worry if you don't understand it. I already gave the answer - it's a comma.
Complete thread -- not sure what the sentence even means, what's needed?
Complete thread -- oh my gosh, good catch nm! Thank you!
Complete thread -- just a comma if that's the whole sentence.
Complete thread -- can't you ever just own up to giving a bad answer?
Complete thread -- do you mean microalbuminuria, sorry, can't listen to wav
Complete thread -- THanks so much. You are very helpful!!
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting me know your method!
Complete thread -- This is improved from his last visit, however. (Is , or ; needed before however?)
Complete thread -- If it got lost, it would be easier to ask employer for another setup example.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- should beware of all helper posts & decide on your own text info we don't have
Complete thread -- previously in this clinic. ______ microalbinuria, I am commencing her on perindopril
Complete thread -- ok thank you!
Complete thread -- aah! Thank you nm!
Complete thread -- it did not keep the format I originally had in my OP while typing
Complete thread -- I was hoping someone could direct me on how to format word to do a SOAP note
Complete thread -- CRP?
Complete thread -- Just quick Google gives me CHADS2-VASc
Complete thread -- (under the post that says "actually...")
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much everyone! :) I appreciate everyone's assistance on this board
Complete thread -- no need for comma between distal and proximal - see my note below about this
Complete thread -- I made a typo..CHA2DS2-VASc is what PubMed shows. Since what
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated CHADS-VAS2. There are revisions, but go as dictated
Complete thread -- we are verbatim unless of course something is incorrect, then we are supposed to correct
Complete thread -- google seems to have every variation lol! I could not find in Stedman's Cardio
Complete thread -- I agree that's what it should be - but when they dictate the 2 after VASc, what then?
Complete thread -- I have trouble with this too, as there seem to be many ways... I do it "CHADS VASc 2"
Complete thread -- From reviewing PubMed articles it looks like none of the above as CHADS2-VASc
Complete thread -- I use my microphone and record with windows "sound recorder" that comes with all windows
Complete thread -- surrounding is: Atrial fibrillation with a CHADS-VASC2 score of 2.
Complete thread -- looks good to me
Complete thread -- first Korotkoff sound (and beware of helpers telling you things are "okay")
Complete thread -- all I make out is "not ---- in his outpatient --- that day" ??
Complete thread -- doc saying CHADS-VASC 2 ... see message
Complete thread -- actually...
Complete thread -- Extracting voice for WAV or MP3 to post.
Complete thread -- not so "sure" at all...
Complete thread -- Does this sentence read ok?
Complete thread -- problem on myu end hear wavs, but listen for "working that day" or similar wording
Complete thread -- probably okay;, due to LOW" range, caused difficulty determing correct cough soung
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- referral was to Dr. Chris O'Callaghan but he was not ____on that day.
Complete thread -- more information, please SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Looks okay to me, talked about donor and recipient site fine, good job.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- picking up her first "correct" cough sound. Pt. with hypertensive heart disease. nm
Complete thread -- sure-- left thumb (comma), proximal, distal phalanx
Complete thread -- Sorry. Is a comma needed between thumb and proximal?
Complete thread -- not sure what asking Proximal and distal is "location" sm
Complete thread -- thumb, proximal distal phalanx??
Complete thread -- I would not use quotes unless dictated, up to dictator to emphasize
Complete thread -- found purview, which would be appropriate here. nm
Complete thread -- Her ___ fell and she was transferred onto oral antibiotics and discharged home
Complete thread -- our options are limited under the primary care "perview". SM tia
Complete thread -- A lot of prior reports I was seeing was and it didn't look right. Thx for confirming.
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing, takes much trial and error to learn google search
Complete thread -- must be prob on my end, it starts a second to look like downloading then stops
Complete thread -- because TWO is plural, thus "were" is plural. (Was is singular)
Complete thread -- yes, pie crusts sm
Complete thread -- something cuts
Complete thread -- I still hear it
Complete thread -- wav already gone
Complete thread -- Two views WERE obtained.
Complete thread -- marked with a pen outlining the periphery of the .. ?
Complete thread -- was or were obtained?
Complete thread -- yes, Telfa (a piece of gauze) template sm & link
Complete thread -- scissors and multiple *pie crusts* were made into the graft with #11
Complete thread -- region and marked _____ outlining ______ the Telfa template
Complete thread -- Vicryl and 6-0 Vicryl suture. *Telfa* template was then cut, sized and shaped
Complete thread -- Please check punctuation on the following. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks, O!
Complete thread -- that works with the sternum fracture - good job!
Complete thread -- LOL! Fracture of RIBS, 8 or more!!!
Complete thread -- Okay, he is saying "8 or more," but how does that work with wrist or sternum?
Complete thread -- s/l inner more sternal fracture (see context)
Complete thread -- thank you for the help
Complete thread -- modified Elmslie-Trillat procedure (sm for how I found it)
Complete thread -- knee surgery
Complete thread -- Thank you. I guess I was overthinking it and had it correct.
Complete thread -- period. It is a statement about the question, not a question.
Complete thread -- The question remains why the patient continues to reject treatment. TIA!
Complete thread -- usually would normally stay overnight and then would be open to the possibility
Complete thread -- Removed wav. It is predominant drag. Thanks
Complete thread -- Don't think the word is 'predominant'.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- done as a short-stay, _____ stay overnight and then with the
Complete thread -- AUA score of 4 and _____ 2, PSA of 8.5.
Complete thread -- Trying to say blepharoptosis (s.l blephoptosis)?
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant lady with facial rhytides as well as ____ptosi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- blot dry?
Complete thread -- will continue to *blow dry* the Dermabond after showers. When all the ...
Complete thread -- welcome
Complete thread -- NOW i hear it. sounded like gobledygook before!
Complete thread -- questions. He named objects, and categorized them correctly.
Complete thread -- wav sent!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- in fact, I prefer, Other Health Impaired as title of classification
Complete thread -- okay- i was also questioning whether it should be capitalized instead..
Complete thread -- or just cap...Other Health Impaired
Complete thread -- Yes. Link seems supportive too.
Complete thread -- would you put "other health impaired" in quotes?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- This has been reposted and answered in thread above.
Complete thread -- Detachol...see link
Complete thread -- On exam, her breasts are soft and in good position on the chest wall. ...
Complete thread -- Followup visit. ...
Complete thread -- What is the name of the surgery?
Complete thread -- I can search more efficiently if I know the same of the surgery
Complete thread -- *detachall/detach awl* was applied and the horizontal and vertical ta ...
Complete thread -- The periareolar, vertical, and horizontal tapes are in place. The hor ...
Complete thread -- The periareolar, vertical, and horizontal tapes are in place. The hor ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- extended approximately ____ across the optic
Complete thread -- The temporal haptic was found to be adherent in the capsular bag. An ...
Complete thread -- No luck on "forced"
Complete thread -- googling confirms spontaneous DVT...I still looking for "forced" or a s/l to it
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- past history of s/l forced spontaneous lower extremity DVT. thnks.
Complete thread -- #2 to have central corneal scarring
Complete thread -- #3 of the currently implanted IOL.
Complete thread -- #1 The patient states constant blurriness and glare. (I think)
Complete thread -- The patient has constant burn with ____. On examination, the patient ...
Complete thread -- sorry for the confusion, I read that wrong.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- they said pressure will be in cm only. ...
Complete thread -- water is a fluid too, so that oversmart QA is going to send this back too. They should
Complete thread -- From what I find, spinal pressure is measured in cm of water, but
Complete thread -- some oversmart qa thought it would be wise to use mL instead of cc for ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- why did you change from cm to mL to cm? Should be consistent.
Complete thread -- revealed an
Complete thread -- Findings: The patient had a preoperative lumbar puncture ____ opening ...
Complete thread -- :-). watch one piece. you will like it. luffy. ...
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Doin' the Snoopy (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Q is right. She is to have another operation. There is ...
Complete thread -- She just had another operation?
Complete thread -- She wishes to have another operation?? (what was done?)
Complete thread -- I hear "She is (or needs) to have another operation".
Complete thread -- The skin was closed with 3-0 Vicryl deep dermal and the skin was close ...
Complete thread -- The supra-abdominal incision was closed with a series of 2-0 Vicryl de ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- I'm stumped. Sry.
Complete thread -- The skin was then elevated and the lateral corner of the orbicularis m ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I had 4 in mine. I checked my old surgical formats and all had 3 or better.
Complete thread -- Yes, it could.
Complete thread -- can it be "Full" lower blepharoplasty? ...
Complete thread -- that is what I hear
Complete thread -- Think the last one is "Lower blepharoplasty" or "Lower lid blepharoplasty" see link
Complete thread -- I just hear 3 syllables and thought it was rhytides (rye-tih-deeze)
Complete thread -- do you hear Rhytides of face or something? ...
Complete thread -- I think so. See if poi gives a listen and if she can confirm for us.
Complete thread -- This link shows the superomedial portal is optional (see link, Figure 1 comments)
Complete thread -- #1 and 2 rhytides
Complete thread -- Rhytides and herniated fat? ...
Complete thread -- #1 and #2 ?rhytides?
Complete thread -- I have listened so many times I don't know what I hear anymore.
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: ____ and herniated fat in the lower lids. Diagnosis: ...
Complete thread -- Poi would you relisten. I don't *hear* 'AP'...I hear 'period' after placed.
Complete thread -- I am not able to verify AP portal, just anterior portal.
Complete thread -- that is a *suggestion* only...not sure it makes sense
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- was placed. AP, medial, and lateral??
Complete thread -- The left leg was prepped and draped in standard fashion after appropri ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- discussed. (Then he gives instruction of "Please put those in")
Complete thread -- Risks and benefits of surgery had been discussed. No guarantees were ...
Complete thread -- oh. okay. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- 70% of the lateral tibial plateau had chondromalacia
Complete thread -- Does he mean 70% of chondromalacia or 70% of lateral tibial plateau? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- First is a complete sentence and okay. Second would be okay if
Complete thread -- Grade 4 chondromalacia of 70% of lateral tibial plateau. Grade ...
Complete thread -- Flagged. I think he fumbled. ...
Complete thread -- What type of surgery?
Complete thread -- I found 2 different articles...one PubMed talking about how
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the suggestions. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- check NSAIDs
Complete thread -- sorry, no idea.
Complete thread -- Risks and benefits of surgery were discussed with the patient includin ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- is a lot of loose articular cartilage as well. These were
Complete thread -- New tear is located in posterior medial meniscus as well as posterior ...
Complete thread -- Have no medical history, only that is treated for bipolar.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- or maybe it is not even "but"....maybe he is correcting
Complete thread -- I think he's saying 'considering' (not 'concerning')
Complete thread -- Could he just be saying "She did amazingly well..etc". However,
Complete thread -- diuretic and ?statins
Complete thread -- Summary: The patient had prior right knee arthroscopy. She _____ ama ...
Complete thread -- That guess was just from the s/l. Would help to know what patient
Complete thread -- ??nonsteroidals??
Complete thread -- I will see her in preop in preparation of her sleeve gastrectomy.
Complete thread -- Patient is on diuretic and s/l nonstads TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- After debriding this appropriately, attention was turned
Complete thread -- The posterior capsule was intact. ____ to the subacromial space. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- First it s/b thermal wand. What I hear is "fraying of the
Complete thread -- Using a femoral wand this was debrided. There was moderate fraying of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He says as a side note..."That's what it should have said up top". He's giving
Complete thread -- There was a moderate amount of partial-thickness rotator cuff tear rep ...
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the suggestions. I still hear "comma." Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Saying S1 comma S2? (S1, S2) I have dictators who say that
Complete thread -- listen for "equals."
Complete thread -- CV: RRR. No murmurs, rubs, or gallops are appreciated. S1 s/l cause S2. TIA!
Complete thread -- Don't think hz do with PFT per OP regarding the results of her carotid duplex.
Complete thread -- I agree. Thanks to both helpers.
Complete thread -- ...but it has been the site of surgery
Complete thread -- like ?it (or ?that) has been the site of surgery
Complete thread -- another mp3 uploaded. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- Thank you Q.
Complete thread -- aphthous-looking
Complete thread -- mp3 help. EGD report. pls sm.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Good guess...yes, decimal.
Complete thread -- decimal or fraction. Guessing decimal
Complete thread -- if not adding inches, I agree with yout QA.
Complete thread -- Fluff to Q
Complete thread -- fluff to gapjoj
Complete thread -- LOL! Thank you for your input.
Complete thread -- thanks Q!
Complete thread -- this one... i'm so ready for my weekend to begin LOL
Complete thread -- true, but I give 'em what they say on thi sone.
Complete thread -- I will type singular, but you wouldn't check just one hamstring.
Complete thread -- You might want to share this with your QA...see link (when to use the
Complete thread -- I ask because a hamstring is any of 5 tendons...
Complete thread -- I dont add inches unless they say it, they're so "verbatim" here...
Complete thread -- In human anatomy, a hamstring is any of the five tendons contracted by three posterior SM
Complete thread -- I type hamstring. Quadriceps is the one I put an S after.
Complete thread -- Not to be stupid, but it is right hamstringS not hamstring, right?
Complete thread -- thanks! I type "feet" and darned QA keeps changing to "foot"
Complete thread -- BoS 2, page 200 (see link) they show 5 feet 8 inches. I scanned
Complete thread -- oops..I see you posted it in message
Complete thread -- what was the blank?
Complete thread -- I type 2 inches
Complete thread -- thanks, i got it now with you pointing me in right direction
Complete thread -- Just wondering, if they say "height is 6 feet 2" do you put that or 6 foot 2?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- _______ somewhat coronal on the right? (is this imaging?)
Complete thread -- Not sure on your word, but would it be "there were" ?
Complete thread -- yes, but it would have been sleeve, not sleeve*less*
Complete thread -- brain hemangioma
Complete thread -- It has just been a tough day! When you think you have all the words in the expander,
Complete thread -- oh wow, I'm learning all kindsa new words today!
Complete thread -- That's it. Yeah!! I am unfamiliar with the word. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- I think we have a winner!
Complete thread -- Not vial of - copied that, just lyophilized
Complete thread -- lyophilized vial of cimzia?
Complete thread -- me neither
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I too like the logic that it is the *name* of the prayer. Thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I tried but can't get it.
Complete thread -- thanks poi!
Complete thread -- The verical sleeve gastrectomy is sometimes referred to as a sleeve. nm
Complete thread -- Me again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Me too. The last time I got mammal and thankfully, Google filled it in for me.
Complete thread -- What is the patient's problem/diagnosis?
Complete thread -- Thank you for letting us know.
Complete thread -- to evaluate for
Complete thread -- new word for me!
Complete thread -- sleeveless fits bariatric surgery ?
Complete thread -- I'm thinking the patient has another surgery (of the rectum) before ba ...
Complete thread -- She finally slowed down from warp speed and I got it! Iris mammillation
Complete thread -- pigmentation ?
Complete thread -- sounds like he gave the wrong body part for bariatric surgery?
Complete thread -- another sentence that is related to whatever that word is.
Complete thread -- "Sleeveless" rectum. Pls sm
Complete thread -- This sentence might help.
Complete thread -- the last part sounds like alation - bamalation vamalation
Complete thread -- interesting link on origin of phrase, supports "Hail Mary" (capped, no hyphen)
Complete thread -- wow - thank you!
Complete thread -- Per 'o's' suggestion....I would officially do spell it as a "Hail Mary" treatment...but
Complete thread -- rust ring
Complete thread -- Q - see my question re: formatting below
Complete thread -- hmmm, doesn't really help - none of those dx even fit with the PFTs.
Complete thread -- There is a phrase "hail Mary treatment" which I've heard
Complete thread -- the real question is do you cap both Hail and Mary (as many do), just Mary, or not at all?
Complete thread -- sm - slit lamp exam
Complete thread -- ultrasound and alpha-fetoproteins for ____ hepatocellular carcinoma given his strong
Complete thread -- yes, they use that term in football...
Complete thread -- Found it, it's kind of a way of saying a heroic effort. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- preliminary? primary?
Complete thread -- hail-Mary treatment
Complete thread -- allergies?
Complete thread -- :) Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I wish I could hear that. Thank you, though.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- that's what I thought, but didnt quite fit with the PFT?
Complete thread -- what's the dx/symptoms? maybe we can work backwards from that
Complete thread -- not sure, but you can eliminate "ginger ale" by putting "-ginger" (minus sign) in your
Complete thread -- LFTs?
Complete thread -- most what I'm finding is about fitness & beer? sorry
Complete thread -- So frustrated at this point.
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- You are right because I automatically adjusted my math to
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch to both of you.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I hear 'cleared the virus'
Complete thread -- I head...'cleared the virus'
Complete thread -- 5-HIAA collections (urine) ?
Complete thread -- 5-HIAA - Found it. Guess my IEA was not correct.
Complete thread -- this sounds like 5H IEA or 5/8 IEA? Pretty sure of the IEA part.
Complete thread -- thanks, I didn't think that look right, though it did pop up on google.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- epee
Complete thread -- taekwondo
Complete thread -- green belt in tiquando (sp?)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- . She has a ____. She participates in fencing with Epe. She is also ...
Complete thread -- Wav posted now. Just to be sure. Thanks.
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- to clarify, I was not suggesting you quote anything, was just bringing the word *told* to
Complete thread -- Thanks for clearing that up. Haven't heard it dictated like this.
Complete thread -- Since you are transcribing what the doctor says the patient says
Complete thread -- if it is something she was *told*, anything is possible, not necessarily correct.
Complete thread -- 10 x 5.6 (which would equal 5,600....see link for some reference ranges)
Complete thread -- Not sure of 'cured'. Is that possible?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- angst-laden side (hyphen only because being used as a compound
Complete thread -- male pt. just a bit on the angst "laiden" side today. brain freeze. nm tia
Complete thread -- Absolute neutrophils 'ten by five six'.
Complete thread -- depends on your account specifics - some might want it added, others want verbatim.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- If doctor dictates a list of meds like this -
Complete thread -- I would want to hear (or read) the EXACT words you are hearing. Because
Complete thread -- Thanks for responding. That ruled out what I was thinking I heard.
Complete thread -- acute piloerection (goosebumps)
Complete thread -- Missouri
Complete thread -- thanks so much guys!
Complete thread -- It was DMARD therapy. Thanks.
Complete thread -- depressed phase (bipolar can be manic or depressive) - and I'd spell out benzodiazepines
Complete thread -- No evidence of acute ______ reaction or other signs of opioid withdrawal.
Complete thread -- friends______. The patient has issues.. (what state is this?)
Complete thread -- #1 friends ______?
Complete thread -- #1 friends. (Can't get the next part of #1 blank)
Complete thread -- #2. and anergia
Complete thread -- Polysubstance dependence mainly benzos and opioids, bipolar disorder, depressed *face
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- Absolute neutrophils 10 x 56. Transcribed correct? Thanks
Complete thread -- AMA Manual of Style article written addressing this
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- it does sound like that now. I had just sent it too :(
Complete thread -- I dont think prn fits since she has been on it since 2003?
Complete thread -- ... on a stable dose of s/l t-r-n therapy....
Complete thread -- cerebral poly-infarction?
Complete thread -- This site shows it as 50-50 ...scroll down to hyphen sections
Complete thread -- I keep hearing what s/l cerebral-elli infarction
Complete thread -- listened again and just dont hear that. more cerebral-uhl (1 syllable there)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you :)
Complete thread -- It's a WAG thought, but could he be saying cerebral lacunar infarction?
Complete thread -- s/l he's slurring on cerebral to me?
Complete thread -- I can now here the cerebral but cannot catch the second word. With google suggestions, I
Complete thread -- cerebral ?something infarction
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- see link...Tyrer-Cuzick
Complete thread -- S/l tyler kusak lifetime risk for breast cancer?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- sm if would like documentation on haptic
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- s/l aptic is haptic (it is the attached piece atached to lens
Complete thread -- An attempt was made to retrieve the sl**aptic*** inferiorly
Complete thread -- ABCmouse.com xmas gift younguns, grandkids link
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- you explained it fine - that was my reasoning as well.
Complete thread -- "antegrade stick" is fine. See link for google search results for this term...
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- i'm horrible with explaining things but I would comma since the 2nd part isn't a full
Complete thread -- if you are allowed to add the word "it" then "stairs; it does"... if not, I'd use a comma.
Complete thread -- stairs; does not or.....stairs, does not??
Complete thread -- That's it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- per night due to waking...?
Complete thread -- Dr. Louis Hebert, an otolaryngologist in Slidell, LA?
Complete thread -- Not sure if it is ...... to 2 (AM), waking...
Complete thread -- has some mild snoring and poor sleep, sleeping only 5 hours per night ...
Complete thread -- Someone said that the BOS 2 covered it and it was something about duality.
Complete thread -- Archives gave it a / so neither of my thoughts were correct.
Complete thread -- Good question. It's not really a ratio, but I have always used the :
Complete thread -- Marcaine plain and 1% lidocaine plain in a 50:50 mixture or 50-50?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- (could be "um... using the Neviaser" - if "I am" does not fit this dictator's style)
Complete thread -- I am using the Neviaser percutaneous portal...
Complete thread -- using endovisor but unverified.
Complete thread -- A 4.5 Smith & Nephew suture anchor was then placed into the bleeding b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- No obvious full-thickness tear here and there was significant delamina ...
Complete thread -- correction: Rather thick
Complete thread -- rather
Complete thread -- Capsule of mucocele was encountered ____ fibrous tissue was making up ...
Complete thread -- sounds like *Dr. Luis Abbair*. Anybody? ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 55-year-old gentleman referred by his primary otolary ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- scroll
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- Under 0-degree endoscopic guidance the nasal septum in the lateral nas ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 'of note, soft tissue' is what I hear too, but I can't get it to
Complete thread -- can it be "Of note, soft tissue" is it making sense? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort and for correction. ...
Complete thread -- Can't get your blank.
Complete thread -- s/b retensioning ....see link
Complete thread -- Procedure: Extensive debridement, SLAP repair, biceps tenodesis ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- I think you're right.
Complete thread -- much better centered?
Complete thread -- much better ?served
Complete thread -- And agree with poi to start a new sentence with ''Very'.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- It overall looked very good. The humeral head was ____. We removed t ...
Complete thread -- needs correction...see message
Complete thread -- cuff. Very, very friable and poor tissue anteriorly. I was able to place a _____
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- We then placed 2 modified figure-of-eight whipstitches in the cuff, ve ...
Complete thread -- he had *a* tear
Complete thread -- that is what I hear
Complete thread -- Yes. I think you nailed it!
Complete thread -- can it be "Prior to this, we noted he had tear"? ...
Complete thread -- (?something) noticing that he had a tear
Complete thread -- We then placed a scope subacromially ____ he had tear of the rotator c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Or maybe it is reefing the capsule ...see link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Not completely sure, but sounds to me like "and reducing the capsule"
Complete thread -- In order to stabilize the existing thumb, the ulnar collateral ligamen ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- coverage was strictly skin.
Complete thread -- Of note, the implants were submuscular but the muscle was very high an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- No, it could be asymmetry difference...using noun modifier..sry
Complete thread -- ptosis. ....Also note grammatically s/b asymmetric difference
Complete thread -- This corresponded to a slight asymmetry difference the patient had pre ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I do hear "the area"...could he be saying "the area defatted" ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- can it be "was set, inverted chevron was made in the area of defat ...
Complete thread -- Bilateral breast augmentation and abdominoplasty. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- What surgery is being done?
Complete thread -- was set, inverted chevron incision made, the ?something ?something, the umbilicus
Complete thread -- The new position of the umbilicus ____ umbilicus inset with interrupte ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Tailoring the abdominal
Complete thread -- Two #15 Jackson-Pratt drains were placed in the suprapubic position an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- bisected and the umbilicus liberated, keeping a rosette of fat
Complete thread -- The flap was elevated up to the level of the umbilicus at which point ...
Complete thread -- sorry I posted and ran, but I could not hear layer, though I tried.
Complete thread -- I will. Many times QA can't figure it out and leaves a blank.
Complete thread -- Good decision. Do let us know if you ever find out.
Complete thread -- Thanks guys. I will still turn in just to be sure. The 'such as' seems not to make sense.
Complete thread -- Sounds like it, but then would be pronounced 'scah-pular' and this related to shoulder?
Complete thread -- Problem is the arthroscope is in the wrist.
Complete thread -- interscapular cartilage loss
Complete thread -- I am tired - never mind me!
Complete thread -- I hear interscapular
Complete thread -- What I hear is "such as scaphoid cartilage loss". I agree with
Complete thread -- okay
Complete thread -- Could you listen to the blank, Questyr. Just about to turn in, then noticed you.
Complete thread -- she ends in a hard "K" sound, will have to flag, but sure appreciate the help
Complete thread -- thanks for the great link, agree on "bilateral". Doc is an english language butcher!
Complete thread -- could 'vay took' = facial ?
Complete thread -- At least boe lalla might be 'bilateral'
Complete thread -- Here are some phrases I found...see what you think...but in
Complete thread -- Pt has left upper lid ptosis and s/l "boe lalla vay took palsy." She had surgery..sm
Complete thread -- see link..page 47 top of page
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! It is a wound clinic located within a hospital that does outpatient wound
Complete thread -- If Outpatient Wound Clinic is the exact name of the clinic, then yes. But I don't think so
Complete thread -- cap or not cap?
Complete thread -- Or ....something K-wire? The patient had had previous surgery
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. But ratherh s/l ..full-thickness 'cake' layer of cartilage.
Complete thread -- Hmm...maybe. I'll check into it more. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ?MoCA? see link
Complete thread -- initial "s/l moku" score is 16/30
Complete thread -- Full-thickness scaphoid cartilage loss?
Complete thread -- how about fluocinonide?
Complete thread -- Arthroscope then placed in a standard radial midcarpal portal. Full-th ...
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- fluff to 'o'
Complete thread -- triamcinolone?
Complete thread -- psoriasis on the leg, for which he uses "loy-sin-a-noin" cream. Very mumbled. tia nm
Complete thread -- fluff to 'o'
Complete thread -- I find that they can do cryotherapy with scleral buckle surgery...so
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- are they doing cryotherapy?
Complete thread -- Right after I posted the semi-colon I found this hit showing
Complete thread -- if you could add an "and" after "prosupination" it might be even clearer.
Complete thread -- Yes, it is verbatim. Thanks. Makes better sense to me now.
Complete thread -- Actually, at first I was thinking semicolon after both "wrist" and "supination"...
Complete thread -- typo "o" is correct about comma after wrist
Complete thread -- "o" is correction about comma after wrist.
Complete thread -- Disregard
Complete thread -- I see the point you are making, but if you use the comma after
Complete thread -- IMO, yes.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I would do it like this...
Complete thread -- Do I have comma placed correctly here?
Complete thread -- I should add that quality hyphen of hyphen life en dash limiting would also
Complete thread -- thought so, thanks for confirming Q.
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- The pt has "quality-of-life-limiting claudication" <-- hyphens okay?
Complete thread -- I corrected to FEV1/FVC and FEF25-75%. Thanks
Complete thread -- PFTs. Correct as is? Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ?raphe?
Complete thread -- The "raffi" between the anterior and middle deltoid was identified. Biceps tenodesis
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I do appreciate it. When I started that section, I had the
Complete thread -- after re-listening again your right it is inverted not inadvertent, thks for the help
Complete thread -- Bet that was it. Thanks for trying. I had sent it on already. I will know for next time
Complete thread -- inadvertent might be right, I'm questioning commissure?
Complete thread -- woot woot
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Is what you posted the EXACT sentence as dictated? If not, please provide it.
Complete thread -- By golly, I think you've got it!
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks, Oscar. Thanks to you, Q, also.
Complete thread -- "ACE level" is what I hear.
Complete thread -- Link didn't work. It was just to show there is both a fixed and
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- No, not ELISA.
Complete thread -- definitely don't hear ELISA
Complete thread -- I'm not finding anything helpful. Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Wav file posted now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ??ELISA?? see link
Complete thread -- word help - s/l inadvertent commisure with menstrating
Complete thread -- evaluate for possible inflammatory arthritis with a QuantiFERON, chest ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- yes, but needs an "and" afterwards to separate it from dx of acute renal failure, and...
Complete thread -- see link (scroll down to the bottom of page 14)...This
Complete thread -- non-STEMI correct? Thanks
Complete thread -- I hear it like gapjoj heard it - "a negative image" or maybe "our negative image"
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- anyone hear "negative imaging?"
Complete thread -- pyramidalis! Just saw this... hope it's not too late.
Complete thread -- a negative image ?
Complete thread -- I'd choose no hyphen (cane assistance)
Complete thread -- I am concerned, despite ____, he could have biliary problems
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- I would have done the last part differently...
Complete thread -- Sorry, C-section
Complete thread -- sounds like pre madalis
Complete thread -- cane-assist or cane assist?
Complete thread -- Ever heard of a "nurse parameter visit"?? This is an oncology note and she is doing
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- thank you everyone!
Complete thread -- I agree and hear it fine
Complete thread -- anyone har "via"
Complete thread -- I guess I AM wrong, per Q's post below. Still looks dumb to me, though.
Complete thread -- thank you both very much!
Complete thread -- I'd do it the first way, just cuz "so's" looks dumb to me. I could be wrong.
Complete thread -- Found this at an interesting link (see link)
Complete thread -- I hear "on"
Complete thread -- argh, sorry, reposted
Complete thread -- No, it's not just you. I do not hear a WAV either.
Complete thread -- a week or so time - or a week or so's time?
Complete thread -- Maybe it is just me, but I do not hear a wav
Complete thread -- small indirect sac identified ___ open inguinal hernia repair and a ProGrip mesh plac
Complete thread -- I wouldn't, since it is describing two kinds of stool, so it is not a compound modifier in
Complete thread -- just tilted my head a little to the left and it was clear as a bell (joking).
Complete thread -- I think I have it now.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- works for me. Google ellik evacuator plasma button.
Complete thread -- s/l plasma button
Complete thread -- update to Q - after listening several times, agree with your albuterol suggestion.
Complete thread -- ok, thank you!
Complete thread -- I would but I also do not think it would be wrong to not do it.
Complete thread -- how would you punctuate the implants for knee surgery?
Complete thread -- She has formed-to-loose stools but a sensation of incomplete evacuation.
Complete thread -- Oh, just realized it's probably too late.
Complete thread -- What surgery is being done?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l lack glue
Complete thread -- Include Advair 500/50 one inhalation twice a day, ___________ HFA p.r.n., Xopenex
Complete thread -- he definitely says "um" at the end - just not saying it correctly
Complete thread -- possibly - "There were no localized neurologic signs or symptoms?
Complete thread -- maybe "pan" but "diverticulum" can't be right...
Complete thread -- It should be noted that it was *tan* diverticulum throughout the colon.
Complete thread -- long tract signs
Complete thread -- s/l long track sign
Complete thread -- PE
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- stammering on SCD?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- pulse rate?
Complete thread -- plan-s/l pulsary
Complete thread -- s/l S C C D applied
Complete thread -- nevermind - it's Slow Fe
Complete thread -- list of meds in a patient with pancreatic cancer and constipation
Complete thread -- transfixion suture?
Complete thread -- bulbosity?
Complete thread -- Some shaving and contouring of this cartilage was carried out with rem ...
Complete thread -- There was also internal nasal valve obstruction on the left side to le ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Yes, that's okay.
Complete thread -- He does have some generalized *spasming* in the trapezius. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. My net connection is giving me problem today. Sorry ...
Complete thread -- I also think there should be a period after break. Because
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I think he says "hold off progression" meaning as she weans
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- I think we ought to dovetail her 3-week layoff
Complete thread -- we ought to dovetail her 3-week layoff with
Complete thread -- I also recommend that she continue to wean back into her activities an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- has tried to wean back into it and she
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The left side is worse than the right side. She has had a break of ab ...
Complete thread -- shin splint
Complete thread -- who has been having bilateral ____ problems over the course of her hig ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- multi-event track athlete? ...
Complete thread -- multi-event track
Complete thread -- multi-event
Complete thread -- The patient is a ____ athlete in Concordia. ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a *multivan track* athlete. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- supine relocation test
Complete thread -- Examination today shows that she does have anterior-inferior translati ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know. That was the 1st one I rejected.
Complete thread -- thanks to all who listened
Complete thread -- I think I got it! real estate agent
Complete thread -- Okay
Complete thread -- To me, it sounds like literary agent, as suggested below.
Complete thread -- ?press agent
Complete thread -- I can't even figure out what it starts with, think I am going to have to flag.
Complete thread -- I'm scanning some exact phrases and will throw any possibilities to you..?literary agent
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- thanks Q. I don't have the experience of some helpers on this
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- U R good!
Complete thread -- What procedure is being done? Also, in case not typo, right and left thighs
Complete thread -- so as to not leave a dent.
Complete thread -- Under good general anesthetic, the patient was prepped and draped in t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #2 decreased fat fullness in the face
Complete thread -- #1 face and nasal tip
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Rhytides of the face ____, nasal tip deformity, decreased ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- It does s/l umbilicopexy. The suffix -pexy means fixation of
Complete thread -- The fascia was reapproximated with multiple #0 Ethilon. _____ was per ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- see if you can hear umbilicoplasty
Complete thread -- is Umbilicopexy a word? ...
Complete thread -- here is better link
Complete thread -- Thank you Q and also to poi.
Complete thread -- Found this in Florida..also Devereux...see link
Complete thread -- No problem.
Complete thread -- Found Devereux...see link
Complete thread -- they are living in Florida.
Complete thread -- I hear him say albuterol all the time, wasn't even close. That is why
Complete thread -- I tried medications by condition (asthma) and the closest
Complete thread -- city/state?
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. Will flag
Complete thread -- wav file help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- PMH: COPD/asthma, hypertension, diabetes, hypothyroidism, myofibrosarcoma,
Complete thread -- I'm stumped.
Complete thread -- it sounds like an-a-log? er-a-law?
Complete thread -- Not hearing it clearly, but wonder if it is albuterol.
Complete thread -- piriva 1 inhalation daily, _____, atorvastatin, gabapentin, levothyroxine, aspirin
Complete thread -- Boba Fett? Bob le flambeur?
Complete thread -- Been there. :)
Complete thread -- I thought they were saying some fancy phlegm.
Complete thread -- Oh thanks! I have never heard them call the guy Bob before. It is the
Complete thread -- I was embellishing... haha
Complete thread -- you may have heard better than me, s/l "bobba flem" to me
Complete thread -- pretty much like a lot of the others. hit & run
Complete thread -- Is that a somebody like Barbara Flam?
Complete thread -- Sounds like he's giving someone's name...
Complete thread -- wav file, low transverse cesarean section
Complete thread -- Sounds like it could fit your context. Good going!
Complete thread -- sorry, not plastic surgery, but has these skin/systemic issues
Complete thread -- she is dehydrated, has systemic sclerosis, Raynaud's, sclerodactyle - I think so
Complete thread -- that's what I think
Complete thread -- Means wrinkles of the skin (in this case around the mouth)..is your
Complete thread -- Just had a thought, do U think he means rhytides??
Complete thread -- thanks but, I will have to flag, really clear (as in Ragggedy Ann) raggedeze
Complete thread -- Agree. Ah well.
Complete thread -- we may never get the whole story... looks like op has left the building
Complete thread -- rigidity?
Complete thread -- ?manganese? see link
Complete thread -- She had a masked facies with oral s/l raggedeze. She had telangiectatic..etc
Complete thread -- excuse the typo...(delete stand)
Complete thread -- I understand stand your thinking. I was thinking if this was part of the
Complete thread -- My guess is this is the assessment. "REACTIVE QuantiFERON" is the diagnosis...
Complete thread -- I feel like we are not getting the whole story. And I'm not
Complete thread -- Have you tried leaving Word Board then coming back in?
Complete thread -- oh - I see that now. But I'm sure it was PPD.
Complete thread -- you still hear wav? I wonder why I can't...
Complete thread -- OP was questioning poi below whether PPD could be pTB.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "if her" not "as her"
Complete thread -- good deal - it's a new term to me too.
Complete thread -- what acronym? PPD is totally correct, if that's what you are questioning.
Complete thread -- I only listened once, and now I can't hear wav but... "Reactive QuantiFERON"
Complete thread -- No, sry.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- I think U r right about the year on relistening. Let me see about the acronym.
Complete thread -- it does sound pretty clear to me though.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link. I still think she says yearly. Do you know what acronym is dictated?
Complete thread -- I think she is saying "negative yearly TB tests in the past. Will check a PPD"
Complete thread -- BTW, think she is saying "negative urine TB test"...see link
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks, poi. Could my PPD be pTB?
Complete thread -- that is a blood test, so I guess it doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- reaction to?
Complete thread -- My daughter gave me the answer :)
Complete thread -- _____ QuantiFERON test
Complete thread -- thanks to all. i never knew this term
Complete thread -- I guess we should just let you have the last word, even if it only consists of wow wow,
Complete thread -- wow wow your are way too complex, mixing me up.
Complete thread -- Disregard this link...duplicate post
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- followed by AVID (he stuttered ..not "a AVID")
Complete thread -- U might find this site useful
Complete thread -- followed by a civics preparatory class?
Complete thread -- from this link (which took a long time to load) they show
Complete thread -- I don't have any trouble understanding poi.
Complete thread -- AVID, Advancement Via Individual Determination
Complete thread -- AVID. AVID's mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college
Complete thread -- I am weak in this field...so I must ask...R U sure about 'edition'...I'm
Complete thread -- making no sense, no idea poi, huh
Complete thread -- As started by gapjoj, here's the 17p11.2 in PubMed article having
Complete thread -- His class schedule begins in the morning with English followed by a __ ...
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- These hits seem to indicate 45,XX-7 ...see link...but I'm looking further...see
Complete thread -- Abdomen was soft with non-tensed
Complete thread -- good one! wav posted proved you were correct!
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- non-tensed (thanks for posting)
Complete thread -- of course, if you want to try and explain how it makes sense again, we might
Complete thread -- Abdomen with _______ ascites.
Complete thread -- not sure, but i did find p11.2 (with small p).
Complete thread -- someone needs to learn to laugh, even if it is at yourself.
Complete thread -- oooh - now there's a good guess.
Complete thread -- is "bashing the holy sh--t" like "slaying the dragon"? and what is "bty"?
Complete thread -- suggesting: Abdomen is soft, with non-tense ascites.
Complete thread -- could be...I would still flag for verification since I can't come up with anything better
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Bone Marrow Results
Complete thread -- "known" could be referring to-- past known ascites
Complete thread -- or history of ascites.
Complete thread -- luv ya guys, keep on bashing the holy sh--t, just love it. "i'm a very nice person, bty"
Complete thread -- maybe with "no tense ascites"? (vs "known") - that would solve the contradictory problem.
Complete thread -- I thought that too...but then wondered if he was saying
Complete thread -- tense ascites...see link
Complete thread -- I would think it was okay except soft and tense are contradictory
Complete thread -- yes, tense ascites. Full of peritoneal fluid, tense/full to touch
Complete thread -- Abdomen is soft with known *tensed* ascites.
Complete thread -- linagliptin
Complete thread -- 20 mg daily and _____ 5 mg daily, Cozaar
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- If I have to, I'll have some morphine on my french fries, I'm trying to kick my ketchup
Complete thread -- Too late, but the first thought that came to my mind was "freely probe patent" (though
Complete thread -- you forgot to add, "with your morphine" :)
Complete thread -- got stopped?? haha
Complete thread -- okay, I just got stopped laughing and you guys start it up again!
Complete thread -- You can still take the survey -- what's your favorite condiment?
Complete thread -- oh, gee, i missed all the fun!
Complete thread -- thank you all so much!
Complete thread -- ignore me, I obviously did not read your entire post
Complete thread -- It's fine. both afib and SVT just rapid heart rates, now stabilized, no mention of regular
Complete thread -- Link
Complete thread -- I also thought "TIPS patency"...see link
Complete thread -- ty poi
Complete thread -- ty.. flagging
Complete thread -- does the pt have a shunt?
Complete thread -- TIPS patency? (mostly all I hear is the "s" at the end.
Complete thread -- showed good ___ patency and last year we had a good look at the distal varices
Complete thread -- agree with your assessment. not had any prior treatment/
Complete thread -- thx, poi
Complete thread -- ahhh - nevermind. As usual, I found the answer myself after I posted.
Complete thread -- It does make sense (to me) though worded poorly.
Complete thread -- may be edema (as in pulmonary edema) suggestion you might want to sm
Complete thread -- pneumonia? I don't think a chest x-ray would show anemia.
Complete thread -- I would not flag...regular and only on and off tachy. It appears the pt is "at baseline"
Complete thread -- "virgin of therapy" -- I'm pretty sure I'm hearing this right...
Complete thread -- Heart rate is *regular* and on and off tachycardic.
Complete thread -- chest x-ray, which did not show any evidence of acute *anemia*, but shows stable
Complete thread -- I like my morphine with a side of duck sauce
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I guess that is what happens to a *sounds like* sounds like something obvious,
Complete thread -- maybe that's why they call it the Mayo Clinic?
Complete thread -- wouldn't that fall under the seasoning survey, though?
Complete thread -- But of course! It's the old condiment survey! (I soooo seriously doubt that... )
Complete thread -- ? spurs found in "exposed bone"
Complete thread -- maybe we should take it with a grain of salt :)
Complete thread -- agree symmetry in femoral neck cortical thickness sm
Complete thread -- haha...I guess that would be the meaning of "survey condiments"
Complete thread -- or for mild equinus or foot in mild equinus
Complete thread -- ? surface complement
Complete thread -- my take is epinephrine (period) & checking for food allergies in condiments, i.e.
Complete thread -- NO, 2 patches, one of 50 and one of 25. see msg
Complete thread -- sounds like using both - 50 plus the 25
Complete thread -- I would do: arthroscopy, endoscopic surgery (or /)
Complete thread -- I would use it
Complete thread -- Just switched to the "50 + the 25" Fentanyl patches. Is it 50/25? tia nm
Complete thread -- I would think so. I got no hits using *and*
Complete thread -- Is my comma placement correct here?
Complete thread -- to expose bleeding bone?
Complete thread -- that is what I had found as well and I don't feel comfortable speaking for the doctor
Complete thread -- Should this read "in mild equinus"?
Complete thread -- cortical s/l thicknesses....
Complete thread -- listened again and s/l
Complete thread -- biopsy of bone??? Wag
Complete thread -- chondroplasty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- oops - hit enter too soon
Complete thread -- epinephrine *survey condiment*
Complete thread -- SwiveLock anchors
Complete thread -- Glenoid repair is fine.
Complete thread -- for osis, could it be Arthrex?
Complete thread -- I did check BOS2 and found on page 122 they talk about
Complete thread -- thank you! I had never heard of such. Then again, our QA is so inconsistent, everyone
Complete thread -- I would as you did, no assuming.
Complete thread -- verbatim acct, but follow AAMT BOS 2. If doctor only dictates the day such as...
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- seems verifiable
Complete thread -- The record reflects that a critical test "read back" entry was giv
Complete thread -- shoulder surgery
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- retraction?
Complete thread -- went with barely - thanks anyway
Complete thread -- shoulder surgery diagnosis
Complete thread -- Thank you !
Complete thread -- actually, I do it with hyphens: "V-to-Y advancement"
Complete thread -- maybe s/l triad is " screw was placed, trialed and the knee was'
Complete thread -- V to Y advancement flap
Complete thread -- Plastic surgery help needed please (sm)
Complete thread -- or perhaps CHS could be CVS=cardiovascular symptomalogy
Complete thread -- a guess since can't hear it I'd use mobile, but movable would not be critical error
Complete thread -- Oh, I get it. Since she is able to take po, she doesn't need an IV drip.
Complete thread -- In the following context, wouldn't it make more sense with "inadequate p.o. intake"?
Complete thread -- Hips are *mobile or movable* without click. which one ? thanks
Complete thread -- s/l veely probe (ESL)
Complete thread -- CHF
Complete thread -- annual PE-cardio
Complete thread -- listen for multigravid; otherwise anteverted, anteflexed.
Complete thread -- Patient with heart murmur in for cardiac evaluation.
Complete thread -- Following that, the knee was then cycled 10 times and then a size 10-m ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- thanks Q! g'nite!
Complete thread -- arch, he did say "interrupted 3-0 Vicryl"
Complete thread -- Bingo! And of course I can hear that now that you've answered it. Good going!
Complete thread -- in summary, the answer is "The skin was closed with 3-0 Vicryl.", assuming
Complete thread -- "if I didn't say, was closed with 3-0 Vicryl", though I would only
Complete thread -- I think I hear..'of that ?insert' (or ?inset) (or ?something)
Complete thread -- Needle and sponge counts were correct. The skin ____ was closed with ...
Complete thread -- It does sound like vascular surface (to me)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- can it be "lateral to the vascular surface anteriorly"? ...
Complete thread -- It might be "lateral to the ?articular surface" see link
Complete thread -- lateral __?__ to the surface anteriorly?
Complete thread -- An Arthrex corkscrew anchor was placed ____ anteriorly and 2 sutures w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- Disregard...I think poi got it below.
Complete thread -- concern for (?us) to see if we would get
Complete thread -- concern for a cyst to see if we could get
Complete thread -- There was no labral tearing and no obvious cyst. A spinal needle was ...
Complete thread -- Perfect, thank you!
Complete thread -- were the nidus for (see link)
Complete thread -- Stiff hands, wrists, and low back in the morning with pitting of the n ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- oops..that was me
Complete thread -- 1. taking the 2. likely would cause more issues
Complete thread -- There was a small area I could penetrate with my probe and I documente ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. :-) ...
Complete thread -- listen for subacromial *space*
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- which obviously had loss of tension.
Complete thread -- both blanks were the same answer
Complete thread -- We placed the scope back into the subacromial and found that overall t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Any idea about #2 blank? ...
Complete thread -- probe to penetrate this area...
Complete thread -- ignore, I figured it out
Complete thread -- spinoglenoid notch
Complete thread -- area of the body?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- But prior to this, we used a probe to put and to see if there was any ...
Complete thread -- I tried. No idea what he is saying.
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- There is obvious type 2 tear of the labrum with significant thickening ...
Complete thread -- Oops...my bad for typo...wondered whether he was saying propafenone
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both
Complete thread -- ? propafenone
Complete thread -- Could he be saying propofenone ?
Complete thread -- Include levothyroxine, metoprolol, Pradaxa, ______, albuterol nebulizer, albuterol
Complete thread -- ahhhh..now I can find it. Thanks for explaining.
Complete thread -- I can't find that even with you giving me the spelling (though
Complete thread -- Oh, I had to do it with the arthropic in quotes ....
Complete thread -- I googled.....microfracture with various spellings of arthropic until
Complete thread -- okay, how did you find that?
Complete thread -- ArthroPic ....see link
Complete thread -- Thank you for the help. I will just put in "arthro-picks"
Complete thread -- I hear what you hear arthro-picks. I can verify picks for microfracture, but
Complete thread -- mp3 help. s/l "arthropick". pls sm
Complete thread -- Yep, that's it. Not sure why I couldn't pull it up. Thanks!
Complete thread -- maybe....
Complete thread -- links to your "stuff"
Complete thread -- single assessment numerical evaluation (SANE
Complete thread -- SF 36 and s/l "sane" form
Complete thread -- another link
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- #2 Not sure, but think he might be saying "Acute (slash) chronic renal etc"
Complete thread -- There was actually no need for nm's comment at all 4 hours after the
Complete thread -- google.com is your friend Click link, click title and check it out.
Complete thread -- awhile or a while??
Complete thread -- yep, says povidone (uh) iodine
Complete thread -- speed way too high. I heard consult for renal failure, I don't want to mess with hi speed
Complete thread -- then he says something about family history?
Complete thread -- yep, I hear povidone iodine
Complete thread -- I hear "providone" - probably "povidone iodine" - but don't guess on an allergy.
Complete thread -- no need to explain.
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- _____ SSESSMENT AND PLAN: _________ renal insufficiency appears to be more chroni
Complete thread -- wav not there
Complete thread -- s/l miniman may be minimum 10 liters
Complete thread -- Allergic to codeine, _______________ , iodine.
Complete thread -- Oxygen supplementation
Complete thread -- I found Gradle scissors. thanks nm
Complete thread -- eyelid lesion excised using a "gradial scissor" and electrodesiccated the base. nm
Complete thread -- You need the plural of foramen, which is foramina per Dorland's
Complete thread -- OP was only telling me what she thought she heard...she realized
Complete thread -- bull foramen? what is that? neural foramen?
Complete thread -- see if can hear ventral
Complete thread -- was followed into both.... Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Plus, there have been so many lawsuits filed, probably not being prescribed much
Complete thread -- Please sm osteophyte s/l was found in the bull foramen
Complete thread -- Invanz? WAG
Complete thread -- There's Yaz for birth control if that fits, but I doubt it.
Complete thread -- maybe it's Altace and Pravachol were held? Do you have a list of prior meds?
Complete thread -- *something* and Pravachol were held?
Complete thread -- Continued on Fortaz and *jazz* and was given clobetasol.
Complete thread -- seen by ID, Derm (what I hear)... can't get the blank though.
Complete thread -- ID there, _______ started on IV antibiotic
Complete thread -- That is maybe what I thought. I might just flag anyway. Thanks
Complete thread -- perineal ? what? in the perineal area is what I think she means but...
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- tooth extractions, sm plse
Complete thread -- Thanks. I am going to listen on a different wav player to make sure.
Complete thread -- !!! I should have got that - thank you.
Complete thread -- Normally hear "shotty" but if "spotty" is clear, it makes sense -- like here and there.
Complete thread -- She says spotty - very clear. That does make sense in the context?
Complete thread -- Apidra (insulin)
Complete thread -- s/l "and apidja" sm for context pls
Complete thread -- and maybe that these ? and means that these?
Complete thread -- and ____ that these results would still be normal.
Complete thread -- continuing to get better rather than worse and ___ would still be normal.
Complete thread -- Got it: stated that while he was an
Complete thread -- gives history of multiple fractures ________ auto mechanic.
Complete thread -- ah, yes, thanks
Complete thread -- Probation officer?
Complete thread -- Her *P O* suggested that she seek inpatient psychiatric treatment currently.
Complete thread -- I don't believe path pathology is connected with MRI
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. I was listening "path". ...
Complete thread -- typed
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The patient returns today with the MRI films and ____ report of the ce ...
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- aha, I hear that now.... Thank you poi!
Complete thread -- 3 to 6 hours?
Complete thread -- It sounds like he's saying she fell during a hospital stay (and
Complete thread -- will be at least 36 hours after his?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I have organized for him to have a HIDA scan which _____ his last Endone
Complete thread -- I am real sure, but it is up to the OP to hear it also since it is their report.
Complete thread -- thank you poi!
Complete thread -- which was the admission to this hospital
Complete thread -- Recently, she had developed kidney stones ____ where she fell. ...
Complete thread -- hmmmmmm, how sure are you that you hear that? Ikeep trying but can't
Complete thread -- oooh, wonder if that is, indeed, it!
Complete thread -- sinistral portal hypertension
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- anyone hear "still steady portal hyperetnsion"
Complete thread -- 08/16/2011
Complete thread -- 16 is what I hear
Complete thread -- wav blow not answered yet
Complete thread -- She had undergone a lumbar laminectomy at L5-S1 on 08/___/2011 and an ...
Complete thread -- Not sure, but could he be saying ?cirrhosis and?
Complete thread -- presents with a history of biliary atresia and ___portal hypertension
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- plateaued (but check my spelling)
Complete thread -- The patient has _____ with a course of conservative treatment. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- fainting
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Cardiovascular: The patient admits to ____. ...
Complete thread -- operate....BTW I hear "as stated" I think (not as dictated)
Complete thread -- This is primarily based on the fact that I did ____ her back as dictat ...
Complete thread -- If symptoms are more,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- Anti-inflammatories like Aleve and...
Complete thread -- Anti-inflammatories, like Aleve and naproxen, were helpful...
Complete thread -- Anti-inflammatories, ____, Aleve, and naproxen were helpful ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- aqua therapy,
Complete thread -- She has had physical therapy, ____ therapy, chiropractic therapy, and ...
Complete thread -- well, the person I responded to seemed to have a differerent impression
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- sure,the F could be S (makes sense too) That works if you can verify in the city/state.
Complete thread -- I agree. There is no harm to the patient if that is described under
Complete thread -- can it be "Sure-Fit"? ...
Complete thread -- Close call on that one. While steroids do often elevate sugar, that
Complete thread -- Florida ...
Complete thread -- oops, spells F U R E F fit
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- spells F-R-U-E-F fit. Need a city/state to try to confirm what is being said.
Complete thread -- She denies use of alcohol or cigarettes. She is employed at ____. ...
Complete thread -- Obviously I would check with my QA and check my account specs if
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- oh-hh just noticed post below, it WAS in PMH and that is where I'd put it then, for sure
Complete thread -- not sure where you are in the report, but I would not assume to make ALLERGY heading
Complete thread -- me either, that is why I was seeking opinions. :)
Complete thread -- No, Q, I believe vomiting, mucus and emesis. per OP, fits better together than fremitus
Complete thread -- I would but you should use your own judgment. I'm not always right.
Complete thread -- did someone said it wasn't? OP isted PCO2 82 C02 26 right
Complete thread -- so you would leave it under PMH? (that is where it was dictated)
Complete thread -- I wouldn't list as allergy unless directed to do so. Prednisone commonly raises blood
Complete thread -- Thanks. My thought too.
Complete thread -- I think that is called an "intolerance" and where I work, we do list it
Complete thread -- would you consider this an allergy or just part of PMH?
Complete thread -- cool beans!
Complete thread -- U did it gapjoj! Congrats!
Complete thread -- Delicious Orchard
Complete thread -- Me too, pretty much
Complete thread -- That's an interesting s/l...let's keep our fingers crossed.
Complete thread -- I'm coming up empty.
Complete thread -- found Delicious Orchards in Colts Neck, NJ ?
Complete thread -- I didn't realize the nj= New Jersey. I'll see what I can find.
Complete thread -- as a guess Jersey City area, because that is where doctor is, but i can't know if patient
Complete thread -- This is a double post. See thread below this one.
Complete thread -- he enjoys shopping at the s/l "wish" orchard nj
Complete thread -- Yes. I know. I did look up the meaning. The link I provided
Complete thread -- What city? state?
Complete thread -- he enjoys shopping at the s/l "wish" orchard nj
Complete thread -- no, chronic retainer is correct
Complete thread -- I agree with emesis
Complete thread -- no problem
Complete thread -- Fremitus is a vibration transmitted through the body
Complete thread -- good idea I agree with BB emesis, makes more sense
Complete thread -- typo...meant to type...'in case HE said" (not "in said")
Complete thread -- I'm thinking..in case in said "with the fremitus" not "in the emesis" (sometimes
Complete thread -- Would ?fremitus? make sense...see link
Complete thread -- like - chronically thinner = chronic retainer (why I thought it 'sounded' iike that)
Complete thread -- I see where you found that. I just "thought" it sounded like the person's word, though.
Complete thread -- thank you :-) - sent it as emesis.
Complete thread -- seemed like emesis to me.
Complete thread -- coughing got worse and had posttussive vomiting with no mucus in the *emitus*
Complete thread -- CO2 retainer= chronically elevated. Usually, in the 50s, as high as 80
Complete thread -- as in CO2 retainer
Complete thread -- chronic retainer is my take on this.
Complete thread -- So cute!
Complete thread -- (see link) ...and ty.
Complete thread -- I'd like to second that. You're here a lot during the crazy hours I work and are so helpfu
Complete thread -- Ty
Complete thread -- that's what I'm saying, being ill can cause weight problem
Complete thread -- What might be possible? R U saying "chronically thinner" might
Complete thread -- might be possible if values not in synch. i't's re: ventilation & oxygen normal values.
Complete thread -- nice
Complete thread -- chronic retainer?
Complete thread -- when atress in an ulnar manner
Complete thread -- thumb was in a very stable nature. Implant now not moving more etc
Complete thread -- I bet doctors don't want to be working
Complete thread -- bet it's the doctors don't want the trouble.
Complete thread -- How thoughtful! You are very welcome.
Complete thread -- Questyr, I just wanted to thank you for all of you help!
Complete thread -- Can't post WAV. Thanks Q.
Complete thread -- I googled for exact phrase...pulmonary "chronically thinner" and got nothing supportive.
Complete thread -- Don't think it is thinner...but can't think of what it might be. Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- I agree with #1. I also had heard the "firm" implant. #2 I also heard 'ulnar', but cannot
Complete thread -- perhaps.....volarly this included. Will post wav again later. Thanks.
Complete thread -- #1 Could it be...??and had a firm??
Complete thread -- VBG PCO2 was 82. I think patient is chronically s/l thinner ___ given CO2 of 26. TIA!
Complete thread -- #2 really WAG...??stressed in an ulnar manner??
Complete thread -- I question "volarly just included"
Complete thread -- The implant is a mini Biomet Juggerknot.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I have one more area I have problems with.
Complete thread -- in a mattress technique
Complete thread -- I think I can hear but cannot confirm. Need another ear though. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- #3 Her radial side
Complete thread -- Stressed makes more sense. I could not Google 'expressed' in context. Thanks, Q.
Complete thread -- My suggestions are "weak" at best...only use what you (and any others) hear
Complete thread -- Right, just one MP joint in thumb. I thought he was stressing more than the thumb, but
Complete thread -- I checked (see link) thumb has one MP joint
Complete thread -- #2 collateral ligament WHERE the MP joint can be (maybe stressed not
Complete thread -- I hear now: However, the MP joint(s?) can be expressed in approximately at 50 to 70 ...
Complete thread -- Yes, thumb surgery.
Complete thread -- #2 the MP joint can be expressed ....(this is thumb surgery right?)
Complete thread -- Thumb ulnar collateral ligament rupture. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I will use......lying on her contralateral side. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- a stretcher _____ on the contralateral side. Is what I hear too.
Complete thread -- She was brought back to the operating room, placed supine on
Complete thread -- Should be the correct one now. Thank you.
Complete thread -- It matches your thread lower down the page which you said you got.
Complete thread -- The WAV does not match what you have posted.
Complete thread -- She was brought back to the operating room in a supine stretcher ________ contralater
Complete thread -- I understood the blank now. Thanks. But due to poor audio will have more to post.
Complete thread -- Thanks for mentioning. I will post again.
Complete thread -- I expect many patients did not want to see a doctor over the
Complete thread -- half-lives per Merriam Webster's Learners Dictionary (see link)
Complete thread -- I'd go with half lives but here is link for you to look & decide
Complete thread -- The WB would have no way to know what you heard
Complete thread -- It may be that I'm just too late, but no WAV there.
Complete thread -- Hold the medication for 5 half-lifes or half-lives? TIA!
Complete thread -- Thumb ulnar collateral ligament rupture.
Complete thread -- going with what I think I hear
Complete thread -- thinking he says: Not notable for any significant premature coronary disease or sudden
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Thank you, I'll try that in future. I tried "nosis" and "nosus" with nothing and gave up
Complete thread -- wow! hardly any posts today - is everyone shopping?
Complete thread -- Calcium 1.67, "corrected to 0.17" or "corrected 2.17" not sure which
Complete thread -- Hey Kitty you out there? I was just scrolling through the board and saw s.m.
Complete thread -- pure guesses: likelihood of, possibility of
Complete thread -- nevermind, my mic is not working.. Cannot post wav
Complete thread -- particularly good quality, although I think ___ biliary disease is fairly small.
Complete thread -- Yw :)
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- typing in r-e-f game me the answer too
Complete thread -- maybe my google trick will help you in the future. sm
Complete thread -- NC/AT (normocephalic, atraumatic)
Complete thread -- That must be it. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Enterococcus raffinosus?
Complete thread -- EOMI, PERRLA, ______.
Complete thread -- I've already sent the blank but would like to have for records, if possible. sm
Complete thread -- ahh, good find g a p j o j-for glaucoma. Apraclonidine also known as Iopidine,
Complete thread -- Tests:?
Complete thread -- agree with Metanx -
Complete thread -- I found apraclonidine testing (iopidine) ?? didnt research though.
Complete thread -- all I can think of diopadine=diopters sm
Complete thread -- diopadine testing
Complete thread -- Thanks - just got it when she said it again.
Complete thread -- aware of the problem
Complete thread -- offloading
Complete thread -- He has a left heel ulcer and s/l oar floating has been suggested. Correct?
Complete thread -- homonymous hemianopsia
Complete thread -- s/l hemanoseminopsia
Complete thread -- please give the full sentence and context
Complete thread -- wav still here but can get it. she became _?____problem whenj
Complete thread -- a guess(after research) metonex MAY be be Metanx sm 4 uses and definition
Complete thread -- aspiring did you mean aspirin(Plavix & aspirin often taken together
Complete thread -- Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I thibk? just stumbling
Complete thread -- not enuf info. revision= correction, alteration. -reversion=return to previous state sm
Complete thread -- "reversion" regarding fistula
Complete thread -- CIWA protocol and observation _____. I would order a CT of abdomen
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- . I am also sending her for an *amathys* phospholipid antibody syndrome and wil
Complete thread -- med. s/l metonex
Complete thread -- does not palpate enlarged.
Complete thread -- The liver does not palpate _____. She does have skin angioma.
Complete thread -- me she became _______ when she had been charged
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- fenestration??
Complete thread -- atrial septal aneurysm with multiple s/l sine-us-ray-shen TIA!
Complete thread -- there are multiple sulci in the brain
Complete thread -- of course!! thanks
Complete thread -- thanks billybob
Complete thread -- mmHg is what he meant.
Complete thread -- ipsilateral sulci
Complete thread -- doc says "meters of mercury" not mmHg see message pls
Complete thread -- yea, he said it more sort of "destin"
Complete thread -- Great! That was all I could come think of.
Complete thread -- Desitin.
Complete thread -- wav file, 3-day old baby with hyperbilirubinemia now. I can only think of 1 thing.
Complete thread -- sulcus is singular, sulci is pleural. left-to-right midline shift (needs hyphens)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l see-oh lateral sulci sm for context plse
Complete thread -- Sounded like he didnt know what he was saying to me. LOL
Complete thread -- I thought maybe something like - we began again - but just did not hear it.
Complete thread -- I wasn't sure. Just came back to say that I ended up with another blank and will send
Complete thread -- acckk it was palmar grasp .... Sorry
Complete thread -- 1-month-old infant - Please
Complete thread -- exposure, again, by following... ??
Complete thread -- wav file, perforated diverticulitis - Happy Thanksgiving
Complete thread -- oooh, I bet this is it!
Complete thread -- ? ACS acute coronary syndrome,tachy-brady syndrome, brady-tachy syndrome.
Complete thread -- hey fan, Margaret popped on the board the 2 days ago
Complete thread -- acute coronary?
Complete thread -- Thank you and wish you and everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!!!
Complete thread -- I still can't get it! Thank you, though. Have a great day!
Complete thread -- maybe "tachy" something syndrome, but I have no idea.
Complete thread -- Anyone here today?
Complete thread -- Happy Thanksgiving, Q! Enjoy your day!!
Complete thread -- Just stopped by to wish those who are working today a VERY
Complete thread -- Silly me..gapjoj already answered it.
Complete thread -- For #2 I HEAR....throughout the entire procedure.
Complete thread -- think NOLM - found Northern Lights Ministry
Complete thread -- Maine outpatient nursing service, s/l NO LM ?
Complete thread -- 1. tissue was elevated...
Complete thread -- 2. throughout the entire procedure.
Complete thread -- Soft tissues and elevated to bone spur can't get #2
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- Soft tissue was ____ spur and osteotome was used to remove it from the ...
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- same to you Q! though we shouldn't eat until we are tumescent...haha
Complete thread -- Just wanted to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving tomorrow!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I hear "removal" ...see link that talks about this anterior plate being
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. Good idea, and you're right about not knowing. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- There was evidence of previous fusion and anterior plate _____ in cerv ...
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- depression after cyst removal? WAG-but there is probably no way to know, since it is PMH
Complete thread -- PMH: Status post s/l depressionable cyst removal. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- I didn't read UR post at all Q whether adjective or noun
Complete thread -- We all agree that a tumescent liposuction procedure is being performed. My
Complete thread -- more than one type ETT and GE tube can be placed
Complete thread -- meant tube was (also used) with LMA
Complete thread -- suggestion when I have multiple sections of difficulty, I completely rewind & relisten
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- agree tumescent liposuction involves pumping a solution beneath the skin (didn't hear wav)
Complete thread -- Liposuction was carried out over the anterior thighs which was portion ...
Complete thread -- I was think "displaced" but pretty garbled.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- Could he be saying...the flap was flexed slightly ...etc
Complete thread -- Note there is more than one word in the blank I call 'something'
Complete thread -- if same OP and post as below might be lateral portion of xiphoid
Complete thread -- flat=flap
Complete thread -- ________slightly and the flat was stapled to the
Complete thread -- process and the (something) stapled to the suprapubic flap
Complete thread -- I don't challenge what you hear, but don't we need the noun (tumescence)?
Complete thread -- I don't hear legs (or thighs)
Complete thread -- Dissection was carried up to the xiphoid process ____ suprapubic flap ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Don't understand what your suggestion is.
Complete thread -- tumescent?
Complete thread -- of the legs
Complete thread -- Laryngeal mask airway LMA is shaped like a large endotracheal tube
Complete thread -- The flap was split and the liposuction was carried out over the abdome ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ??tumescence had been??
Complete thread -- After the ____ placed in the back, in the thighs, and hips, 300 mL wer ...
Complete thread -- WAG ??tube?? see link
Complete thread -- Not sure of your blanks....but ?right hips?
Complete thread -- procedure ___with implants and mastopexy ____, too warbly sounding
Complete thread -- Interesting thought. New one for me.
Complete thread -- patient was then covered with s/l 2 and LMA. TIA!
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- hit wrong key, should be knee not lnee
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Procedure: ____ mastopexy ____, liposuction of abdomen, arms, right h ...
Complete thread -- s/l excess tissue above the lnee
Complete thread -- there is crimper (forceps) may be holding crimper soaked in solution to prep nm
Complete thread -- The patient has implants and ptosis of breasts, excess skin and fat in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- Here are samples of temporal artery biopsy (see link) ...there is no
Complete thread -- Then there is just use of the words...as in this Terumo ad...where
Complete thread -- This must be it. Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- prepped with a s/l crimper, and the skin TIA
Complete thread -- There is a software company called MicroAccess
Complete thread -- I find Micro-Access by AngioDynamics which includes needle in the kit see link
Complete thread -- Is it microaccess, MicroAccess, Micro-Access needle? I find all. TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- When in doubt go to google and type....conjugate verb such-and-such...in your
Complete thread -- that's what I thought - but this dang PA always says RAN. grrrr. thanks!
Complete thread -- I would say run - has (not) run.
Complete thread -- ran/run? She has not ran any further fevers.
Complete thread -- thanks OP for sharing
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- Do you expand in diagnoses? DTs would be delirium tremens. also says "TSH level" (not
Complete thread -- the OP must've needed verification since I said that below on the other post. I agree
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- your first hypo should be hyper...the one following thyroidectomy is hypo
Complete thread -- hyperthyroidism....thyroidectomy
Complete thread -- status post _________ and hypothyroidism.
Complete thread -- just so you know, actual name is Vytorin *generic ezetimibe 10 mg/simvastatin 10 mg combo
Complete thread -- status post, but you know that. she had HYPER, then had surgery, so now is HYPOthyroid
Complete thread -- hyPERthyroidism status ost surgery followed by HYPOthyroidism, also
Complete thread -- by hypothyroidism _______ decompression for _______.
Complete thread -- Found Neox Flo by Amniox.
Complete thread -- Patient with arthritis in feet, injection s/l amneox flow?
Complete thread -- hummm don't hear smoking, s/l off sounding something, may be a blip there
Complete thread -- the more I listen, the more I hear smoking. but, that is odd to put that in "plan"
Complete thread -- I prefer your first choice
Complete thread -- smoking is what it s/l to me, but sound is really muffled in that spot.
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but there is verb tense problem with 2nd sentence of IMPRESSION
Complete thread -- He has a long history of _______.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought so and then 2nd guessed myself.
Complete thread -- Your first makes better sense IMO
Complete thread -- He does give 1 period and that is after all of it. 1 big sentence
Complete thread -- Not really sure which sentence this goes with. As retractors...
Complete thread -- also, do you not have to expand "DC" ? Every acct I have, we expand that.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not sure either check C troponin or check CK, troponin, wait for another ear
Complete thread -- I think you got it lb
Complete thread -- no - single. not serial
Complete thread -- serial
Complete thread -- Really WAG "sequel"
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- thanks so much - sorry about the clip
Complete thread -- Would check a ______ troponin.
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- neurosurgeon is the only one I want messing with my brain. lol
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Thanks for help all.
Complete thread -- ahhh...looks like Q solved that problem above with present = percent.
Complete thread -- isn't that pretty high for FEV1? (unless giving a percentage predicted)
Complete thread -- I have just confirmed they ARE 2 separate things
Complete thread -- Oh, you are all wonderful! FEV1 it is and 46% is correct!!! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- since i'm pretty sure those are 2 different things.
Complete thread -- I would say yes.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- I think you got this one, Q, but a longer sound file is needed, you're right.
Complete thread -- Does this sentence need a comma here?
Complete thread -- ahhh, I think this is right too. Didn't catch that when I first looked.
Complete thread -- I think your sound clip may be starting in the middle of the
Complete thread -- Could "present" really be ? percent ?
Complete thread -- 5 mg once daily, simvastatin _______ combination tablet 10/10
Complete thread -- This is what I thought too.
Complete thread -- Not a lab value, but spirometry fits with his COPD on bronchodilators
Complete thread -- FEV1
Complete thread -- ESL dictating...some kind of lab value for COPD. Any ideas without s/l?
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I spent way too much time on this, lol. QA
Complete thread -- There is a definite pause after extremity....I will start a new sentence..thx
Complete thread -- Thanks for the followup.
Complete thread -- He later in the report said pituitaries very clear
Complete thread -- I can say that if YOU feel the yet is separate from 'extremity', then a semicolon after
Complete thread -- I'm having trouble with the word "yet". It doesn't work for me
Complete thread -- Typo corrected...thx
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- My gut is that you should start a new sentence with "Yet".. However
Complete thread -- I've been thinking about your post....R U sure U hear
Complete thread -- Is my comma placement okay here?
Complete thread -- sure did look, no luck on --google professional job title normal-pressure hydrocephalus
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- They do use pituitary rongeurs during spinal surgery...sometimes
Complete thread -- ?Storz? see link
Complete thread -- s/l using pituitary and curettes
Complete thread -- A 22 French *thore* cystoscope
Complete thread -- Anyone know what the person who draws off fluid from the brain is called?
Complete thread -- So helpful. Thx
Complete thread -- see link..scroll down to full time....fits the "full time" example
Complete thread -- fulltime or full time?
Complete thread -- I just flagged with both suggestions for QA. They probably won't tell me, but if they do,
Complete thread -- here is source I found
Complete thread -- I think it is the *s* from sternotomy that you are hearing
Complete thread -- I will flag. Thanks both of you.
Complete thread -- actually not stupid, we both heard it, reversed does happen
Complete thread -- don't hear reveal, hear S in there like chest x-ray reversed etc
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought she was saying reversed which is stupid!
Complete thread -- got it, taut
Complete thread -- abdomen is softly obese with a s/l tall abdominoplasty. There is vague
Complete thread -- revealed
Complete thread -- another Wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- it isn't clear as a bell but I do hear it, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- agree throughout
Complete thread -- throughout
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks so much
Complete thread -- I flagged. Definitely was not sure of anything there.
Complete thread -- Can's tell U how many times I've been there!
Complete thread -- I don't hear Zanaflex at all, more like phenyl zide sm phonetic search
Complete thread -- thanks both!
Complete thread -- agree, no other commas than those 2.
Complete thread -- well-developed, well-nourished, morbidly obese - only. If it were me, I would not put in
Complete thread -- comma opinions?? s.m.
Complete thread -- I flagged and did change the sick sinus syndrome. Thanks
Complete thread -- It is the way he said it. I was debating switching and probably will. I might have forgot
Complete thread -- he COULD be slurring that maybe? - Also, you have "sinus sick syndrome" - have only heard
Complete thread -- I think I hear Zanaflex but not sure.
Complete thread -- All of the medications here.
Complete thread -- wav file. History is below.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I might have gotten closer if I hadn't had colon in my head!
Complete thread -- took me a few listens to finally get it.
Complete thread -- I should have known that but I would not have gotten it without you. Thanks
Complete thread -- Coiling for AVM
Complete thread -- Wav file. At first I though colon but he does not say colon anywhere else.
Complete thread -- No spaces if you have to transcribe as dictated. Some accounts think the spaces
Complete thread -- If doctor dictates that EF is 40% hyphen 45% - and you must
Complete thread -- CRNA. Xylocaine 0.5% with
Complete thread -- CRNA. 0.5% xylocaine.... Field block
Complete thread -- Monitored anesthesia care – Laura Bowman, CRNA/0.5% Xylocaine with 1:2 ...
Complete thread -- no comma needed after Exparel
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- coma between Exparel bupivacaine? ...
Complete thread -- you mean "72-hour liposomal release Exparel, bupivacaine? ...
Complete thread -- sorry, Exparel bupivacaine
Complete thread -- 72 hour liposomal release bupivacaine
Complete thread -- 72-hour
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- cured. The actual 3 bearing was locked in place.
Complete thread -- Because he stumbles in this section, the beginning
Complete thread -- We injected the capsule and periosteum with 0.25% Marcaine with epinep ...
Complete thread -- Procedure is Right knee medial compartment unicompartmental arthroplas ...
Complete thread -- #2 cured and the actual (I have no idea what the procedure is to verify what I hear)
Complete thread -- The trial 3 was utilized with excellent balance in flexion and extensi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Really WAG ??severe osteoarthritis of??
Complete thread -- Indications for procedure: This patient presented with ____ right kne ...
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- ?desquamation? see link
Complete thread -- Abdomen: Pannus with s/l excomation; no erythema. thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- closed. A modified...(as Q said)
Complete thread -- I should add..."then closed. A modified Wise pattern-type..etc"
Complete thread -- modified Wise pattern-type mastopexy (see link)
Complete thread -- The inframammary incision was then closed in modified Weiss pattern __ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- so I elected to leave the stent only.
Complete thread -- At the time of surgery, when I passed the wire past the stone there wa ...
Complete thread -- must be nice being the youngest chick on the block! :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- No. Go with poi's
Complete thread -- pneumoperitoneum related
Complete thread -- Pneumoperitoneum relieved.
Complete thread -- Evaluation of underlying structures noted there to be no pathology fro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- until full
Complete thread -- The patient did have an indirect hernia that was dissected circumferen ...
Complete thread -- I know the feeling...and glad you're great! You may see some
Complete thread -- Hmmm... That's probably it. I'll try to bypass the apple's default safari.
Complete thread -- I'm great! I've moved into an old folks home. Its a kick I'm the youngest, spryest sm
Complete thread -- neural foraminotomies
Complete thread -- neural foramen is 2 words (per Dorland's) so neural foraminotomies
Complete thread -- I found the previous poster who was trying to use word board
Complete thread -- Thanks. I didn't realize it might be a "systems" problem with Apple.
Complete thread -- neural decompressive neuroforaminotomies (is it okay)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'll try. I'm flumoxed whrn I get to menu after clicking there. nm
Complete thread -- oh no, I don't know how it works on a Mac but I have seen
Complete thread -- Hi there, Margaret! Long time no talk. When you click on WAV, if
Complete thread -- On an iMac, how does one "refresh" word board screen? nm
Complete thread -- click where it says send/listen to wav on the bottom of the blue box above.
Complete thread -- hey! Margaret! Welcome back! We were just talking about you
Complete thread -- Question from an old fart: I click on wav but can't remember how to play the wav. NM
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- I think he is correcting - difficulty talking to the pulse...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- he literally says "or talking to the pulse generator with the (or her?) telemetry device
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- The patient’s pulse generator had migrated laterally and inferiorly an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ?did have some?
Complete thread -- The patient has had left-sided face pain for many years secondary to h ...
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- I too heard explorer...and also was unable to verify a product
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I was hearing *dressing* ...
Complete thread -- testing
Complete thread -- The patient was then allowed to awaken and ____ carried out on the ope ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- what I hear - explorer (unverified)
Complete thread -- The piano wire type ____ was then used to try develop the epidural spa ...
Complete thread -- No prob. I only clarified because some people come through
Complete thread -- Thanks. by mistake posted here first, then posted below. ...
Complete thread -- This is discussed in thread below.
Complete thread -- I agree with poi. After left side statement, it goes on to The right electrode...etc
Complete thread -- The patient has a dual epidural electrode in place for many years for ...
Complete thread -- extended wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- extended wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- I was thinking the same thing...then I thought maybe the
Complete thread -- Could we have a longer clip?
Complete thread -- uh? I don't think there is anything there.
Complete thread -- The patient has 2 electrodes in place. The left electrode only covers ...
Complete thread -- ;)
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- just fluff
Complete thread -- ??Hollinger?? see link
Complete thread -- Ah! Fantastic! Thank you!
Complete thread -- SUI- stress utinary incontinence?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- is that the entire report? I am finding Spinal Cord Injury (SCI), though
Complete thread -- Heine?
Complete thread -- S/L SCY or SEY
Complete thread -- s/l hal-ing laryngoscope TIA!
Complete thread -- this fits since it is in Georgetown, TX. Wonder if the OP ever came back?
Complete thread -- caudad - toward the tail or posterior end
Complete thread -- Possible mass of the anterior of the "caudad" pole of right testicle. nm tia
Complete thread -- *blushing* I'm caught!
Complete thread -- good question - I thought it was the best answer given.
Complete thread -- was this post seen?
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- yea... too busy giggling about captain obvious's phallus, weren't you?
Complete thread -- Yea, i know...i was typing in a hurry. ;)
Complete thread -- That's true.
Complete thread -- typo...'just not' should be 'just that'
Complete thread -- agree, except then Dr. is saying, "Awake and Alert and A&O x1" too many A's
Complete thread -- I note they don't use a space after O...I always did..so can't comment on that
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input - will flag
Complete thread -- may be saying "and A&O x1"...see link
Complete thread -- the x1 goes with "oriented" not with "alert" (x3=time, place, person; maybe only oriented
Complete thread -- self-correcting and alert, correction-and AO x1
Complete thread -- can't help but giggle
Complete thread -- usually hear A and O x3, so is this person only alert x1?
Complete thread -- Medilexicon (which shows here it uses Stedman's) shows it as pivot shift test. see link.
Complete thread -- "The patient was awake and alert NAO x1" what is NAO?
Complete thread -- Yup. that was obvious. thanks!
Complete thread -- phallus?
Complete thread -- low testosterone physical exam, s/l bales??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd also cap seen by Hematology and Cardiology Pulmonary
Complete thread -- Zosyn to Zyvox
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- showed improvement from _____ Zyvox and was also
Complete thread -- 2nd is triquetral
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Stedman's shows it with a hyphen...
Complete thread -- Nevermind, 'o' got the answer.
Complete thread -- styloid ____ ligaments and fibrocalcific complex and tears of the _____ ligaments
Complete thread -- ooooh...lunate good possibility
Complete thread -- Any chance it's "The Wesleyan at Scenic" ???
Complete thread -- with (something.. ?only) triquetrum and capitate and hamate area-associated synovitis(IMO)
Complete thread -- triquetrum for sure is in there - might also say "lunate" but s/l "unate"
Complete thread -- of pain and swelling - I think she stumbled on "of a"
Complete thread -- multiple subchondral cyst with _____ capitate and hamat
Complete thread -- Could we have a longer clip. Helps to get into the doctor's voice rhythm.
Complete thread -- complaint of a _____ swelling on the right
Complete thread -- Awesome! Thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- agree. risk factor is ..
Complete thread -- several links to read about glucose polymers.
Complete thread -- It is a nutritional supplement.
Complete thread -- Dorland's shows it as pivot shift test.
Complete thread -- risk factor is that of a number of tattoos
Complete thread -- I think Bebisiosis is what I hear - Thanks to all!!
Complete thread -- grammar help
Complete thread -- Fluff.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Is there an answer in those links of a medication ordered on discharge?
Complete thread -- bebisiosis
Complete thread -- anaplasmosis? ehrlichiosis ?? rickettsiosis?
Complete thread -- s/l anaplasma *bid-thee-see-oh-sis*
Complete thread -- what is the whole sentence exactly?
Complete thread -- another link -
Complete thread -- ferritin is an iron supplement.
Complete thread -- Should be in Texas, I guess.
Complete thread -- comes under discharge instruction that tranfer to George _______ of Phoenix SNF.
Complete thread -- is on Flomax, *ferritin*, Naprosyn
Complete thread -- Acute on chronic kidney disease exacerbated by intravascular volume depletion, creatinine
Complete thread -- if so - see link.
Complete thread -- is this actually in Phoenix or just the name of the facility?
Complete thread -- is pt on dialysis?
Complete thread -- Discharge medications include ____________ polymers (s/l glutose).
Complete thread -- BOS2, page 53, shows with spaces, though they don't specifically say it.
Complete thread -- yup...winner again! (just wish there was money involved.) Love it though,
Complete thread -- Searching for (s/L) George Leslyn of Phoenix skilled nursing facility.
Complete thread -- ah... poi. By putting in all those extra words I let you beat me by 21 seconds!
Complete thread -- diuresed enough (also... 3-1/2 what? years? months? a word is missing there)
Complete thread -- diuresed?? 3-1/2 what?
Complete thread -- between getting him _______ enough to prevent CHF
Complete thread -- haha-too funny O--though I was wandering down a similar trail lol
Complete thread -- "wife" was my first thought too...
Complete thread -- prosupination does not mean stiffness anymore than flexion/extension means stiffness
Complete thread -- this was under physical exam? maybe the doctor is making a
Complete thread -- PE
Complete thread -- Lots of things can be stiff - that's not the point. Groan all you want.
Complete thread -- a typo in post s/b prosupination as was in link. Movements can be stiff
Complete thread -- omg - pronation and supination are MOVEMENTS!! They do NOT = stiffness!
Complete thread -- which has nothing to do with this OPs post - see MY link
Complete thread -- the articles are ABOUT prosupination stiffness
Complete thread -- thank you so much too poi and everyone else! Thank you!
Complete thread -- you are awesome o!!! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- That was very good! I don't even try to help with doctor names on
Complete thread -- see link for confirmation
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I recognized voice as Tasmania guy, heard "Judith" and searched like this...
Complete thread -- failure?
Complete thread -- I do!
Complete thread -- Judith Frayne is the first one - wanna know how I got it?
Complete thread -- Vytorin
Complete thread -- I would do as they asked and be sure those account specs are in writing to "cya."
Complete thread -- PSA and radiation
Complete thread -- 2 blanks help please!
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. It is sent to QA but agree as well.
Complete thread -- lowest, or nadir, PSA (maybe)
Complete thread -- I don't space between those, but can't find a specific rule on how to do it.
Complete thread -- PSA
Complete thread -- IF there were changes, perhaps a complication, then they would change it in the dictation.
Complete thread -- I would do it. I have several doctors which have normals which are
Complete thread -- I would do what they tell me to do. It is their rule, the client wants it that way.
Complete thread -- argh!!! The first 3 articles of this link show pronation stiffness
Complete thread -- What do you think about
Complete thread -- Gleason 3+3 or Gleason 3 + 3?
Complete thread -- agree & good example of why.Example "five four" potassium (would never be 54
Complete thread -- please disregard.
Complete thread -- I think it'd be 1.2 (mm)...
Complete thread -- She does have a s/l calcium myocardial bridging present.
Complete thread -- How to write this. He states one two both times.
Complete thread -- vascular events?
Complete thread -- denies symptoms of other vascular s/l beds such chest pain, shortness of breath,
Complete thread -- The virgule is fine: pivot-shift and pivot/shift are both acceptable.
Complete thread -- no no no - the symbol [=] means equal. Pronation and supination do NOT equal stiffness.
Complete thread -- Both of them mean pronation and supination.
Complete thread -- there is an "erect" view and a "notch" view... so "erect, notch, lateral...etc." ??
Complete thread -- doesn't seem to fit with describing a type of x-ray (to me)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could it be ret notch for retinaculum?? pretty clear that it
Complete thread -- Radiographs obtained today include bilateral s/l reck notch, lateral and sunrise
Complete thread -- remote from delivery (nonreassuring 1 word)
Complete thread -- heart rate tracing, _______delivery
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Yes to 2B Lachman...see link scroll down to Lachman grading section
Complete thread -- No virgule (/) in pivot shift exam
Complete thread -- He has a ______ s/l 2B Lachman exam... (High suspicion for right knee ACL rupture.)
Complete thread -- thank you all so much!
Complete thread -- maybe "which I have queried may be"
Complete thread -- though I do like "in theory" best, I don't hear it and query doesn't
Complete thread -- If it is query, perhaps phrase would be "which on query"..as "of query' doesn't
Complete thread -- small lesion of the left adrenal gland which clearly? query?
Complete thread -- does anyone hear "of query"??
Complete thread -- ?in theory?
Complete thread -- in the left adrenal gland which _____ may be an adenoma but suggested repeating of th
Complete thread -- also can hear in dictation Medication Reconciliation
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ?She had really minimal to no etc
Complete thread -- never heard this
Complete thread -- We took just the very anterior edge of the acromion, shaved it down us ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I THINK...and took just the very anterior edge
Complete thread -- and took just the very anterior
Complete thread -- opened s/b open (don't know about your s/l)
Complete thread -- We just took the anterior edge of the acromion, shaved it down using a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- extended wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- or is he making a correction? (I don't know)
Complete thread -- exposed. The only area that was not exposed...(something doesn't make sense...to me...but
Complete thread -- We released it to a degree significantly prior to repairing it but not ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- very well, held very well
Complete thread -- These anchors all fit very well ____ very well and no other fractures ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- area where the crack was
Complete thread -- . We then took a portion of our biceps tendon and used our biceps ten ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- however??
Complete thread -- however ?
Complete thread -- thank you! That is what I find so frustrating...being told to google, like
Complete thread -- We lightly decorticated this using a shaver. We then placed 2 medial ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I would use a comma after release
Complete thread -- release as you would for adhesive capsulitis, but just enough to where I felt like once..
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Therefore, I did a slight release using electrocautery just lightly re ...
Complete thread -- anneal ALL the frayed edges...soft tissues in there, within the shoulder?
Complete thread -- Prosupination refers to pronation/supination.
Complete thread -- any idea about #2 blank? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- we were able to controll this using??
Complete thread -- She did have quite a bit of bleeding ___ using electrocautery. We use ...
Complete thread -- Sry. I should have labeled mine as fluffs.
Complete thread -- I had checked OneLook and found no definition for
Complete thread -- I see Q post commented not OP question?
Complete thread -- argh! this wasn't even the OPs question. She questioned the first sentence of her post.
Complete thread -- amybody google -- shows elbow Prosupination stiffness
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- It was point. I just got an email from QA. Thanks all
Complete thread -- Wonder if he was saying diastemas..see link
Complete thread -- Oh, I agree, since "Stiffness" is extremely limited wouldn't make a whole hill o'beans
Complete thread -- ahh I see, said the blind man as he picked up his hammer and saw.
Complete thread -- I'll listen again. Thank you.
Complete thread -- point shoulder pain?
Complete thread -- ?Medication Administration Record or MAR?
Complete thread -- I know I know this, but my brain won't bring it to the front...
Complete thread -- I finally flagged and sent it in. It was a stat. No previous history of anything but hip.
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, s/b long-term (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- ??port shoulder pain?? (if had previous arthroscopy)
Complete thread -- sounds to me like like bored, board...but can't verify anything.
Complete thread -- I also thought foreign... :(
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if "prosupination" isn't pronosupination...see link
Complete thread -- Same here. I thought bony but it isn't.
Complete thread -- wow, sounds clear but I can't figure out what it is.
Complete thread -- If you follow BoS 2, page 427 section "x meaning for" s/b "for 8 weeks" see link
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- except when the "x" means "for", you should USE the word "for"
Complete thread -- I don't think prosupination means stiffness.
Complete thread -- yep, thanks. had to work up my nerve some more. they're getting so
Complete thread -- I would change to allograft
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- i haz the dumb, can't brain what to do with this word: "allographic"
Complete thread -- right!
Complete thread -- Is this how you would put x8?
Complete thread -- Ok. It just sounded awkward to me. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think ok. Are you wondering on.. Prosupination=stiffness] sm.
Complete thread -- seems okay (to me) sm
Complete thread -- ahh, ok I would John Smith, M.D. but your QA wants it their way, don't forget
Complete thread -- I feel the first sentence here is missing a word or something?
Complete thread -- I didnt even see that before, but you're right.
Complete thread -- agree commonly heard male or female infants
Complete thread -- yes, Hertel (exopthalmometry) Stedman Opthal 3rd pg 218
Complete thread -- diathamuS may B referring to diathesis as bleeding diathesis (tend to hemorrhage a lot)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- It's the RE: line
Complete thread -- excellent source to save to desktop How to type cancer staging
Complete thread -- disregard, I like post just below better
Complete thread -- on sertraline with a *relative and* a contraindication to going
Complete thread -- close as could find Soap - Mount Everest (Eucalyptus, Peppermint & Menthol sm
Complete thread -- Is this the inside address? then John Smith, M.D. If UR dictator sm
Complete thread -- variable length as opposed to fix length sm
Complete thread -- Not sure, may be saying "Lever Caress" soap, but not saying the word "and?" Uggh. nm
Complete thread -- thank you!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- Clopixol Acuphase.
Complete thread -- just as an aside, I think use of DC can be a no-no on many accounts
Complete thread -- aggressive psych pt, security called, given s/l pro-pixil acu-phase 100 mg IM.
Complete thread -- Pt. uses "Evercrest" soap and shea butter for psoriasis on chest and limbs. nm tia
Complete thread -- sertraline, which is a relative contraindication (makes more sense that way) - you have
Complete thread -- The patient is on sertraline with is a *relative and* contraindication
Complete thread -- Thank you. I appreciate your help and the link. nm
Complete thread -- Thanks. I appreciate you taking the time to research this.
Complete thread -- Thanks. It comes in with VR both ways.
Complete thread -- I think it's variable Contour. Just me. The variable I think refers to length.
Complete thread -- I know Contour is a stent brand name. Is it in this case?
Complete thread -- I do your first example. I doubt either would be incorrect.
Complete thread -- I was trying to find a right or wrong, but I couldn't find your
Complete thread -- yw. see info I copied and linked below for confirmation of your correct decision
Complete thread -- BOS 2 page 95 -hyphen
Complete thread -- thanks - Isn't there a right/wrong for something like this?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- *link for the top info source above (updated)
Complete thread -- I made the mistake/typo in my second post. The original says T4. Thank you, though.
Complete thread -- "they are correct" in terms that is how they want it, another may want it differently
Complete thread -- hopefully just a typo at some point. T1 very different from T4.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- QA is correct
Complete thread -- I just got back a correction from QA and wonder if they're correct. sm
Complete thread -- It just hit me - T1dN1M0.
Complete thread -- Breast cancer staging.
Complete thread -- I hear that phrase a lot with infants, defintely NOT saying rectal.
Complete thread -- Ah thanks. Makes sense.
Complete thread -- your subject is "x-ray", singular, so you need a singular verb
Complete thread -- demonstrates (xray demonstrates OR xrays demonstrate)
Complete thread -- demonstrates or demonstrate
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hmmm, but that's an exam for a baby with a problem, not just general newborn exam.
Complete thread -- salicylate?
Complete thread -- hypotension, diabetes mellitus, acute *site ah silly* toxicity.
Complete thread -- forgot my link, the quote was on a baby colic website. If the baby is female,
Complete thread -- perhaps male infant? "Abdominal examination, including hernial orifices and genitalia.."
Complete thread -- the term might be verifiable, but I'm not sure it fits here...
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- thanks poi (found hits in the archives too)
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- supernatant (see link)
Complete thread -- seems to be verifiable
Complete thread -- fatty "super-natin" s.m.
Complete thread -- question re: infant exam - hernial orifices
Complete thread -- adjoining
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me
Complete thread -- dial up correct in this context here?
Complete thread -- yep, that's it. No "early" in there. My bad.
Complete thread -- thank you g a p j o j!
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- I mean, I can hear "a recurrence score with oncotyping"
Complete thread -- (not early, but a recurrence score with oncotyping
Complete thread -- anyone hear Oncotyping?
Complete thread -- "early" is the first word - can't make out the rest
Complete thread -- or maybe temporal relation? but we'd still need a verb in there
Complete thread -- early breast cancers that may benefit from ____and I have therefore given her the inf
Complete thread -- well it reminds me of temporal correlation, but maybe that's too
Complete thread -- does not note relation with the Norco?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I agree with the hyphens - but, I too can't explain why.
Complete thread -- disregard.
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray: Atelectasis of "joint" of left lung with either obstructing mass or
Complete thread -- I am going to go with rhonchus. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- There is a "weird rhonchiginous sound on the left side all over the lung field"
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Me too. Sent it in already because this sounded like nothing normal!
Complete thread -- clinical crowns with large *diathamus* which made it difficult to perform
Complete thread -- Hertel readings - pt with moderate orbitopathy
Complete thread -- I've heard large strips of and large pieces of Gelfoam
Complete thread -- Flagged and moving on. Thanks
Complete thread -- this is a carotid endarterectomy
Complete thread -- sounds something like - lar entharpments of - no idea how many words that is.
Complete thread -- I was hoping someone would answer that. I question it all the time.
Complete thread -- Can't get the answer but question - had pain and repaired after her pregnancy
Complete thread -- is this how he pronounces iron by any chance?
Complete thread -- carbidopa-levodopa _____, folic acid,
Complete thread -- technical reason. ______ in the past had two cesarean sections
Complete thread -- An AP and lateral view of the cervical spine today demonstrated a s/l plus C4-C7
Complete thread -- No, I'd say hyper in this case.
Complete thread -- The right knee demonstrates significant synovitis, effusion with a well-healed incisi
Complete thread -- established followed by
Complete thread -- established
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- The right knee was placed in a knee holder and prepped and draped in t ...
Complete thread -- SM Is hypotension proper for this context? I have included medication list too
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- this is a really a wild guess - wanting attention for mechanical symptoms??
Complete thread -- Indications: This is a 57-year-old female who presented to my clinic ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- elevated WBC count in the 18 thousands?? 18,000s?? (no client specs)
Complete thread -- difficulties with overhead
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- The risks did include but not limited to pain, bleeding, infection, st ...
Complete thread -- Shawn Schuler
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway, it is a STAT and has to go
Complete thread -- wav file, name. Concord NH area. Probably adolescent.
Complete thread -- If the dictation had been as I thought I heard it, it would
Complete thread -- I can't see that fitting into the sentence.
Complete thread -- I think it's PC'd - I think this means physician certified... Thanks.
Complete thread -- No, but thanks.
Complete thread -- initially?
Complete thread -- Can't use slang. No idea what this is. S/l TCd
Complete thread -- I don't see "Indicates" as start of new sentence she hasa urinary
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!!! ...
Complete thread -- ? empty sella
Complete thread -- Brain MRI
Complete thread -- The only reason I opted against indication was his past reports do not
Complete thread -- I hear: Indication: She had a...
Complete thread -- Not arguing, but exploring while the WAV is still there...but I
Complete thread -- I hear in the case too.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I understand your hearing that...but I still hear indicates...In the
Complete thread -- Once I combined those sentences, I think he says - in the case she had
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I was trying to put in indications as a heading - duh. So close
Complete thread -- stent placement. Indicates that she had a urinary...etc
Complete thread -- Wav file, this is the reason for right ureteral stent pull,
Complete thread -- thank you Questyr, I did not edit it sent it that way
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. Have no templates and too mush-mouthed for me. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- It sounds like he is referring you to some sort of template of his.
Complete thread -- ROS: For narrative s/l do stim review s/l as any. TIA!
Complete thread -- You're welcome!
Complete thread -- TYSM, Poi!
Complete thread -- all 3 drugs - Docetaxel/ Cisplatin/5-Fluorouracil (TPF)
Complete thread -- 5-Fluorouracil (TPF)-Based Induction Chemotherapy for Head and Neck Cancer
Complete thread -- TPF is verifiable
Complete thread -- hypopharynx carcinoma treated with induction chemo with s/l TPF or DPF. TIA!
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- yw, poi. Sorry I missed post above. :)
Complete thread -- Yes that's it... "objectively assessed." Thank you Q and to all other helpers.
Complete thread -- aha
Complete thread -- So sorry, my typo...I meant to type objectively assessed....I thot I had
Complete thread -- cannot get it. May be an ly word.
Complete thread -- I think there's a word before assessed but I can
Complete thread -- I relistened. I'm sure he's saying assessed.
Complete thread -- I hear two words in there, I hear SS, not sure is assessed at all
Complete thread -- assessed
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- thanks for responding. I did catch this link from above post.
Complete thread -- nonperforming probably dictator way of saying underperforming; not wearing glasses 4 visio
Complete thread -- Thanks, he sounded very clear to me this time. In the past when I've listened, usually not
Complete thread -- Off note, ("of note") was noted "a" few days
Complete thread -- Impressive! I'm sure you've nailed it.
Complete thread -- left ankle and leg to swell
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oops typo..required (not requiring)
Complete thread -- Perhaps no editing is requiring because person reading report will
Complete thread -- There is logic to your thinking. I realize that doctors use
Complete thread -- actually patient does not wear them. so nonperforming makes sense?
Complete thread -- Can't get #2
Complete thread -- I think I hear..."and a nonformulary medication" (not unknown)
Complete thread -- #1 I think I hear "raking leaves"
Complete thread -- Zofran, and unknown _______ medication, which I will need to find the nature of
Complete thread -- She was _____ when she noted to have a left ______ leg to swel
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Sry, I don't know.
Complete thread -- Assessment: *Nonperforming* wearing glasses for vision
Complete thread -- Well yes, aspirin and Plavix are dual antiplatelet therapy.
Complete thread -- no, we're not splitting hairs; the difference is real and distinct
Complete thread -- It was dictated and makes sense
Complete thread -- I believe referring to skin protection padding
Complete thread -- Since "skin" is the subject of both verbs...it was involuted and then marked, 'it' would
Complete thread -- then marked IT for the amount of tissue
Complete thread -- Could he be saying He lacks a functional..etc?
Complete thread -- lacks
Complete thread -- shoulder exam
Complete thread -- OneLook definition refers only to cloth..Merriam Webster's gives
Complete thread -- #2 swatch
Complete thread -- was involuted and then marked for...(not marked it...he was just stumbling there)
Complete thread -- nevermind-it's really use
Complete thread -- post shoulder surgery
Complete thread -- Then, with the vertical line in place and then transverse lines were m ...
Complete thread -- ...medial border. Laterally, we limited our dissection given her anatomy as...
Complete thread -- Pectoralis was released inferiorly all the way up to the medial border ...
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- He had failed conservative therapy including ____ strengthening exerci ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- halves
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- I began with utilization of sharp #11 blade bisecting the anterior and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- lobster claw
Complete thread -- After I cleaned the fracture fragments off, I then placed the 2 fractu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Don't know what surgery is being performed, but here are some
Complete thread -- Think I hear something like ??A bump was placed under the left hip??
Complete thread -- General endotracheal anesthesia was applied via the Anesthesia departm ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Will flag #1. ...
Complete thread -- sm for 1,2, and 3 s/l
Complete thread -- Prior to this, I did use needle and ____ to stimulate healing and scar ...
Complete thread -- we copiously lavaged her shoulder removing any debris -
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- we copiously lavaged the shoulder and removed
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Again, the cartilaginous surfaces were very friable, not only the glen ...
Complete thread -- inferior achieved and plicate this capsule
Complete thread -- The angle for anchor here felt would be somewhat tenuous and felt that ...
Complete thread -- took most of my adult life to come to realize, there are just as many brain types as sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- here, one stitch.- 9 o’clock position clock face on the glenoid
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- We therefore placed a suture at the posterior inferior corner here ___ ...
Complete thread -- Not it, but thanks for the suggestion. Need to move on, so flagging.
Complete thread -- period? 5(period)
Complete thread -- what do you call the guy who was last in his graduating class in medical school?
Complete thread -- Once YOU figured it out, then I hear it too. Congrats on that one!
Complete thread -- I'm sorry to say I know just what you mean.
Complete thread -- s/l brain upper respiratory tract infection. TIA!
Complete thread -- do you ever, or is it just me? that when you type a specific doctor, you wonder if
Complete thread -- okay?
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- I would add "a" - you're right.
Complete thread -- I think you do! (I was way off, thought I heard type and cross in there)
Complete thread -- I think I have it. HOSPITAL COURSE: ...
Complete thread -- To me "questioning medical judgment at every turn" is the
Complete thread -- colonic polyp was hyperplastic. _______ The patient was evaluated
Complete thread -- I took it as the daughter is questioning the doc, not that they were refusing treatment
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- a very rare *thing* indeed, and, in fact, she was told of this.
Complete thread -- I think I now here: this is a very rare opinion indeed, and in fact she was told of this
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- I hear 0.4 and 3.4
Complete thread -- Too late I know, but would think "had a 9 mm ... calculus"
Complete thread -- Wonder if it might have been "The tendon's normal path" ??
Complete thread -- saying it 10 times won't ensure he gets paid. lol
Complete thread -- OK- went with the 'a' - thank you all for your input! It's been fun.
Complete thread -- ok, thank you so much nmnm and poi!
Complete thread -- From what I could find...the hookah is the pipe...the things
Complete thread -- after considering other suggestions, I still hear 2.4
Complete thread -- I would think so but I do think your adding the *a* is clearer. I
Complete thread -- so... "she smokes hookah daily" is okay? (i.e., she enjoys that experience daily?)
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- anyone hear 0.4?
Complete thread -- I think Ur right smoking hookah" is an acceptable idiom?
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- Hookahs are the pipe but the term is often used to describe the "experience"
Complete thread -- Hookahs are water pipes that are used to smoke specially made tobacco.
Complete thread -- i used to have one, and it was used to smoke ... tobacco. yea, tobacco.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- triglycerides 3.4 and cholesterol 3.4
Complete thread -- question about hookah... does one "smoke hookah" or "smoke a hookah"?
Complete thread -- 2.4
Complete thread -- ALT has decreased to 21, triglycerides ___and cholesterol of 3.4
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to :)
Complete thread -- the "flu" you heard was a stutter "... chances of-fuh being pregnant."
Complete thread -- oh, I like that!
Complete thread -- I agree with "we also checked..." and I question "sparing" in the last sentence - can you
Complete thread -- denies any chances of her being pregnant
Complete thread -- chances of being pregnant.
Complete thread -- We also checked the preop CBC ...chances of flu being present??
Complete thread -- yep Plavix and aspirin anticoagulants, called dual antiplatelet therapy sm
Complete thread -- denied any chances of _________. The patient denied history
Complete thread -- he forgot & since learned &e mentions all the codes I'd say wants to make sure is paid.
Complete thread -- I think hypersynovium (excess )ok. synovium (the lining of the joints)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- guess on your s/l transcondyloid (condylar) may be coining condyloid)
Complete thread -- tibial plateau fracture (WAG)
Complete thread -- does patient have fractures other than the ankle?
Complete thread -- I usually hear "hypertrophic synovium" - maybe slurring it together or slanging it?
Complete thread -- s/l *Hypersynovium* taken down
Complete thread -- ankle fracture s/l tratnoid
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- good link - thanks
Complete thread -- good way to start the day...with a chuckle. Thanks for sharing!
Complete thread -- Thanks! No wonder I couldn't find it on Google!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- On the outlet view of the shoulder, three morphologic types of acromion are well
Complete thread -- "please go on" should be translated to "please elaborate"
Complete thread -- Shoulder x-ray -s/l ala view
Complete thread -- please go on...I find they are called "antiplatelet" but still under the heading
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. That is what it sort of sounds like but she is ESL with an odd
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- yes - I'd use a hyphen, though: back-bleeding vessels (see link for confirmation)
Complete thread -- aneurysm sac imbrication with ligation of any s/l back bleeding vessels TIA!
Complete thread -- Myrbetriq
Complete thread -- saccharomyces -- see link
Complete thread -- Drug question: "Robetric" for female with voiding problems. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ? Crohn indices (or something like that?)
Complete thread -- Plavix and aspirin aren't anticoagulation
Complete thread -- intact and clean = may be "technique"
Complete thread -- sounds like sacroidaces or lisacrodaces? I cannot make a wave on this account.
Complete thread -- I don't know why he gives the same CPT code twice either?? Smsg
Complete thread -- they hardly ever admit it, though!
Complete thread -- rotator cuff repair description
Complete thread -- prior?
Complete thread -- yep, some patients are not pleasant
Complete thread -- aspirin is antiplatelet
Complete thread -- yes, he is on anticoagulation. you're not missing anything, the doctor is...(his brain)
Complete thread -- What am I missing here?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- some refs for distractor or distraction post (specifically Caspar) for cervical discectomy
Complete thread -- The tendon’s “dermal path” to the radius was dissected open using finger dissection.
Complete thread -- with pituitaries. I then placed *distraction post at* C5 above and C6 below
Complete thread -- awesome :-)
Complete thread -- fluff - funny to share
Complete thread -- pre and postop wooden shoe?
Complete thread -- Down syndrome s/l pie r 4th grade level (hear P sound here)
Complete thread -- toe fracture
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The stones were identified in the lower pole and using the holmium YAG ...
Complete thread -- nonstricturing stone?
Complete thread -- She presented with both sided flank pain. CT scan demonstrated that t ...
Complete thread -- listening a few more times, it almost sounds like splaying the.
Complete thread -- exploring the extensor tendon -- not 100% sure, though.
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- The flaps were elevated. I tried to relocate it at that point. I cou ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- spelling: aggravate
Complete thread -- sitting down for any period of time seems to aggrevate it.
Complete thread -- The pain is described as constant, aching, and throbbing. Massages at ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- we then crossed her arm into adduction??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- She ____ her arm in adduction and internal rotation, again with releas ...
Complete thread -- #2 I was able to get her to about #3 then brought down into abduction and to adduction
Complete thread -- your abduction and adduction is fine too. I can't get that 2nd blank.
Complete thread -- #1 into forward flexion
Complete thread -- She was then gently manipulated ____ forward flexion with release of t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- had limited elevation to about 100 degrees
Complete thread -- limited elevation to about
Complete thread -- limited elevation to about
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating room where she was given mask g ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ?She went through extensive therapy, but been unable to?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- She went through extensive therapy...
Complete thread -- Indications: This is a 59-year-old female with a history of rotator c ...
Complete thread -- Glad you were still around...it wasn't too clear for me.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- ??Right frozen shoulder.??
Complete thread -- Preoperative diagnosis: ____ Postoperative Diagnosis: Same ...
Complete thread -- It probably is that. She is a PA and often mispronounces things.
Complete thread -- Can't post wav. Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- I've just never heard that phrase, particularly since it is
Complete thread -- I find hyalinized fibroadenoma (see link) see what U think
Complete thread -- pain that radiates through the groin up s/l to against buttock to back. TIA
Complete thread -- s/l hylonite fibroadenoma
Complete thread -- The problem is, in the cut and paste you provided they
Complete thread -- I would do exactly what you said you were going to do.
Complete thread -- I can't see them prescribing anything, taper or not, that
Complete thread -- Thanks. He is getting a flag for the prenisone taper with the prednisone allergy and
Complete thread -- As for the tapering of prednisone...I certainly see your
Complete thread -- As with you, I do not hear the 'is'...but it makes sense
Complete thread -- would you listen to the mp3 for me please?
Complete thread -- No, it wasn't you. I didn't read the original post...my bad.
Complete thread -- the aorta is an artery, which as I mentioned, can rupture (burst)
Complete thread -- addendum, bumped keyboard. S/l "little" mayB stumble, mean "little & ring finger
Complete thread -- I guess I am not being clear. The patient is allergic to prednisone
Complete thread -- sounds like flexor (tendons) injured, and now repairing sm
Complete thread -- ??daily, to 10 mg, then 5 mg, then stop??
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing "artery running through heart burst" ?
Complete thread -- That really doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- it is "artery ran through heart burst"
Complete thread -- I think I got it ....sorry misled ...
Complete thread -- The heart can rupture, such as AAA abdominal aortic aneurysm, but not sure, sm
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- yes, button (suture) like term bolster, used to prevent suture cutting through skin sm
Complete thread -- s/l*Audre randolf heart burst* - family history
Complete thread -- depends, we don't know all circumstances, could be very too much to deal with sm
Complete thread -- Finger nerve repair. No mention of button anywhere in report. Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- two projections, two angles.
Complete thread -- He just realized he needed to expand on allergies, then goes to ROS
Complete thread -- looks good to me too
Complete thread -- yes trailing sm ****trailing end of the stent should protrude into the aorta
Complete thread -- probably ok. projection is like view, AP anterior and posterior, front and back
Complete thread -- not enough info. What kind of imaging? What is being done? Was it clearly stated?
Complete thread -- imaging at 2 projection - what does that mean?
Complete thread -- edge of the stent s/l trails into the aorta. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- looks good to me
Complete thread -- Risks include ...failure, thrombosis, embolism, ischemia TIA!
Complete thread -- egad- it just got worse under plan - At this point, I would like treat her with a 4-week
Complete thread -- I just could not hear the "is" on the end. Sounded like anaphlax.
Complete thread -- this is just sad.
Complete thread -- and anaphylaxis and morphine??
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES- Include prednisone which caused neuropsychiatric side effects, ______
Complete thread -- oops... irregular change in her bowel habits
Complete thread -- habits. No regular change in her bowel habits. She denies any melena. Her weight remain
Complete thread -- Thanks so much Q. I really can't hear these things. Have to flag and move on now.
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- 1. There has been no irregular change in her bowel habits??
Complete thread -- 2 blanks :(
Complete thread -- or anyone questioning his judgment!
Complete thread -- me too! he must think very highly of himself to not have to deal with family
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Does the 'gan' sound rhythm with 'ran' ?
Complete thread -- If it is of any help, hematoma is listed as a possible
Complete thread -- unfortunately, no.
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- brought to the operating room after s/l discharge mun-uh-gan-uh with spinal TIA!
Complete thread -- influenzae is the species name of several entities that
Complete thread -- Well, those expansions are correct in an assessment, but no expanding in just the plan.
Complete thread -- if I was the daughter, I would be looking for another provider!
Complete thread -- sad this doc does not know how to handle situations such as these
Complete thread -- good idea in doubt, check with employer/QA, not all MTSOs do it same way for sure sm
Complete thread -- I didn't hear this at all and listened about 5 times< I just posted on top of post
Complete thread -- pain medications, needs a little more, otherwise no issues todayi
Complete thread -- Oh no, I didn't think that. I appreciate your thoughts.
Complete thread -- like I said, I was just trying to learn/understand myself. Wasn't trying to force my
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I will let you know. As above, this was assessment and plan, so I expanded.
Complete thread -- I guess that would have been helpful information: Assessment and Plan
Complete thread -- I looked and have over 10 reports where I typed flu shot, flu symptoms, etc and QA never
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. Since it was in the assessment and plan, I thought it needed to be expanded.
Complete thread -- that is under genus and species name when giving both. Notice they did not expand staph
Complete thread -- BOS2 page 190 (see inside) I'm not sure if it applies to this situation but...
Complete thread -- I was not sure about it ;)
Complete thread -- I didn't know if it should be influenzae or influenza. Silly thing, but I wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I saw it in the BOS2 regarding H. flu.
Complete thread -- wish I did, It sounds good, I just can't here it. (doesn't mean you can't though)
Complete thread -- okay, thanks! :)
Complete thread -- we are not allowed slang either, but I have always typed flu and never heard otherwise
Complete thread -- no, I don't. sorry :(
Complete thread -- is flu considered slang? I would have never thought to expand that.
Complete thread -- u def do not hear augmenting"
Complete thread -- ??His pain medication - needs more meds. Otherwise...etc?? (I think maybe)
Complete thread -- pain medication, needs more of it, otherwise...
Complete thread -- thinking I now hear "augmenting"
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- maybe from this site LOL! jk
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I sent to QA for verification.
Complete thread -- Are these expanded correctly? (see inside)
Complete thread -- If you are same nm as above, you were 14 seconds faster than I was. No need for sorry
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- I agree, but better than a erectile dysfuntion medication. lol
Complete thread -- fluff to poi & anon
Complete thread -- wow... nothing like them "guessing" just to fill in a blank? Wonder where they documented
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- to break it (meaning the esophageal web I believe)
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- just gotta say I love it when OPs come back with updates, particuarly
Complete thread -- Biopsies were taken ______. The gastroesophageal junction was intact
Complete thread -- I don't think that is something the pts kidney doctors would control
Complete thread -- I think it is: to stay after him with his medications. :) Thanks!!
Complete thread -- I think that is it :) Thank you!
Complete thread -- to stay after him about his medications. (sounds like he is a problem patient)
Complete thread -- no, don't think that is it afterall.
Complete thread -- stay on top of his medications?
Complete thread -- :) thank you! :)
Complete thread -- they don't hook up an IV...(picture a heroin user - IV injection)
Complete thread -- okee dokee :) thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- it is injected intravenously
Complete thread -- QA had just filled in blank with "C-Ject IV" though I do not think that is correct as
Complete thread -- QA just filled blank in with what it sounded like "C-Ject IV" though I don't believe that
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- Sounds reasonable.
Complete thread -- frank ascites?
Complete thread -- I think she stuttered over accommodate.
Complete thread -- sounds like adate or abate. D&C
Complete thread -- I'm sry. I couldn't find a definitive answer.
Complete thread -- thought so
Complete thread -- I thought "flat" but could be "flap" and that'd fit context (hepatic flap/liver flap).
Complete thread -- Lol! That's what it is. Thank you
Complete thread -- 10/325
Complete thread -- not
Complete thread -- med that s/l tin-oh-rith-ree 25 for chronic pain. Thanks
Complete thread -- I hear flat too (looked flat?)
Complete thread -- does anyone hear "or flap?"
Complete thread -- The patient had a digital block and a closed reduction.
Complete thread -- "wow" what? say what you mean
Complete thread -- sounds like "flat" in there - I'm trying to hear "abdomen was" or "belly was" but I can't
Complete thread -- smile
Complete thread -- What is the name of the surgery?
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Finger fracture. We put a little s/l flexors between the ring and the long so that we
Complete thread -- ugh...I see that now.
Complete thread -- fluff to anon
Complete thread -- jaundice, hepatic decompensation, ____, no ascites and no swelling
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- oh boy, look who showed up to stalk me! (again)
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- U get to go on to round 2 [but you're in the lead] ;)
Complete thread -- wow
Complete thread -- you might consider recasting those measurements. example FVC 3.39, predicted of 96%.
Complete thread -- How about a vacation in Hawaii? It's snowing here. Blech.
Complete thread -- just got it myself :) thanks ! :)
Complete thread -- do I win a prize for being first? lol
Complete thread -- must be DLCO, lol
Complete thread -- DLCO
Complete thread -- DLCO
Complete thread -- DLCO
Complete thread -- PFT not sure what he says
Complete thread -- I this research makes me want to start vitamin C injections! lol
Complete thread -- thank you :) we will see what QA says as I sent to them :)
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't see UR post untilafterward of my post
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- maybe saying C-inject IV (Vitamin C injection IV)
Complete thread -- on google vit C injection IV for immune, dictator just may be slanging sm
Complete thread -- :(
Complete thread -- gah...I know this doc & I had the same thing and blanked it - so did QA.
Complete thread -- this is the only website we were provided which has his name :(
Complete thread -- I looked for quite a bit yesterday because I did not think they
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I was wondering the same thing... don't know if this is natural medicine type thing or ?
Complete thread -- I briefly looked for Caverject medicine off label use for immune system, no luck sm
Complete thread -- It does s/l C-ject. I'm thinking it's some kind of high-dose vitamin C, but can't find it.
Complete thread -- yesterday was a guy who had viremia that he gave it to
Complete thread -- I listened, does sound like your s/l probably should flag, large number sm.
Complete thread -- yes, missouri
Complete thread -- is dictator in the United States?
Complete thread -- this was yesterday's dictation
Complete thread -- posted MP3
Complete thread -- C-Ject IV ??? had patient yesterday, doc gave same thing. This is a female.
Complete thread -- the last word s/l processes, but I can't make much out of the rest of it
Complete thread -- any guesses for the first blank?
Complete thread -- could be Goulds
Complete thread -- ahhh, yes ok, Goulds Naturopharmica in Tasmania.. Thank you!
Complete thread -- "Goulds" is a pharmacy in Australia if that s/l the right place to you
Complete thread -- Tasmania
Complete thread -- agree, this would fit with Z sound "something ooze ?- j a b b n o"
Complete thread -- checked phonetic search= Drugs.com (sm & link) BESTt to post wav if able.
Complete thread -- sorry, send should be second
Complete thread -- send blank might be a place. Do you have a location city/state?
Complete thread -- metolazone?
Complete thread -- 2 blanks, please help
Complete thread -- ESL dictating at warp speed: He had been on Lasix and s/l meclosucsin as an
Complete thread -- No acct. specifics. But I too like C-ANCA, P-ANCA best. it is the clearest way to see. Thx
Complete thread -- agree Blumensaat line is a linear shadow on lateral radiographs of the knee
Complete thread -- I don't think so
Complete thread -- SEPTRA/sulfa
Complete thread -- Sometimes referred to also as "heaped up"
Complete thread -- ?pile up? see link
Complete thread -- something ooze ?
Complete thread -- doc is yawning- s/l pal uz
Complete thread -- I don't think any of the 3 listed would be critical error, if questioning, I would sm
Complete thread -- pretty sure this is the correct spelling
Complete thread -- Thanks to both!
Complete thread -- found another spelling of it: Blumensaat line
Complete thread -- Blumensaat's s.m.
Complete thread -- Blumenstadt line
Complete thread -- Status post ACL reconstruction which appears inflamed under the s/l BLOOMSONT line.
Complete thread -- c-ANCA, p-ANCA or C-ANCA, P-ANCA or is cANCA, pANCA the correct way? Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think I have beginning of yawn: At this point, once I was done with irrigation....
Complete thread -- not sure of question, sounds on 2 dif drugs here, maybe meaning ?? sm
Complete thread -- seems to me it'd be Cipro since that is what he's talking about in the first place.
Complete thread -- all I can catch is "irrigation" in there! :(
Complete thread -- :) don'cha just love when they talk through as if we can understand them and not repeat at
Complete thread -- just caught that too :) thank you so much! :) hoping you guys can get his "yawn dictation"
Complete thread -- that is one of the worst yawns I have heard...he said a lot in there
Complete thread -- were some deposits
Complete thread -- thank you! I will correct that now throughout the report :)
Complete thread -- s/l "septra sulfa"
Complete thread -- also typo crystalline deposits (sorry I couldn't get blank)
Complete thread -- thank you. Should cysto be capped? or lowercase? Posted new WAV that follows previous
Complete thread -- this follows where other left off. He yawned during dictation :(
Complete thread -- s/l irrigate with cysto tubing
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- note: peek inside
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- been searching and this seems to be it.
Complete thread -- Could it be TROM? (total range of motion)
Complete thread -- Flagging. Thanks for your help. I appreciate it.
Complete thread -- knee brace after surgery
Complete thread -- They usually say "cupping of optic nerve(s)." It would be hard to distinguish between
Complete thread -- Yes, I know it is not "middle." She is not saying "mitral."
Complete thread -- no, not not middle, it's mitral-septal
Complete thread -- Thank you...
Complete thread -- The optic disc has a center portion called the "cup" optic nerve fibers atrophy causing sm
Complete thread -- finding "cupped nerves." s/b there are increasing
Complete thread -- makes sense & fine as transcribed, merely indicating the sutures were interrupted style
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Ophthalmology Consult
Complete thread -- Thanks. I saw that, too. She is saying trans-middle...
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- are you sure of first part of sentence? s/l may be "he is already putting weight on"?
Complete thread -- I think he is saying free tie. Just came to me. Thanks
Complete thread -- The s/l freeker was applied
Complete thread -- Myrbetriq ? for overactive bladder
Complete thread -- bile salts
Complete thread -- with NST and found to be..
Complete thread -- transmitral septal?
Complete thread -- Medication:"murburtrick" I know it, but I can't seem to pull it out of the cobwebs.
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of "transmittal septal Doppler flow pattern" (see message)
Complete thread -- plan for ankle fracture
Complete thread -- fetal well-being was tested _______ found to be appropriate
Complete thread -- related to _____. During admission
Complete thread -- Thanks! My last check before sending it on.
Complete thread -- and opened up bluntly?
Complete thread -- I will flag. I have another spot of just bad audio so would have to flag anyway.
Complete thread -- can that be spelled
Complete thread -- thanks and yes hemiarthrodesis
Complete thread -- wav file, I think I am missing about 3 little words.
Complete thread -- Are you questioning whether that is a real word? It is. For kids with
Complete thread -- type hemiarthrodesis or leave blank. Autocorrect says no.
Complete thread -- Winston Chung Building
Complete thread -- on campus when he, in front of the Wilson ____ Building tripped and fe ...
Complete thread -- Utilizing a 2.9 BIORAPTOR suture anchor this was placed through 8.5 an ...
Complete thread -- never mind, got it
Complete thread -- She has had some dizziness over the years ______ that this was identified.
Complete thread -- Laterjet
Complete thread -- anybody there? ...
Complete thread -- The patient underwent imaging and was provided with risks, benefits, a ...
Complete thread -- Then, the ____ were made at anterior-inferior quadrant and a small Pap ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I tried and could not find anything
Complete thread -- There was a lesion with a scab on top
Complete thread -- Operative Findings: There was lesion with the ____ on top under glabe ...
Complete thread -- it is client specification. Thanks for the concern. ...
Complete thread -- that was a cut/paste. I would not type all caps
Complete thread -- Slow-K and doxycycline and I recall that he has CVID for which he takes ___.
Complete thread -- OTOSILK Otological Strips are used in the process of packing the external auditory canal
Complete thread -- Owen silk
Complete thread -- what is ottosilk? can't verify that either.
Complete thread -- and so-called rolled plug packing?? (what I hear, not verified)
Complete thread -- The external auditory canal was packed with OTTOSILK and cotton ball i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- squamous layer removed.
Complete thread -- layer was removed. The anterior
Complete thread -- In this method, graft was placed medially posterior half and laterally ...
Complete thread -- I have seen where they've used combined suture techniques...could he
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. Can't post wav, but is very clear.
Complete thread -- It would be 0 Vicryl...However, sentence does not make
Complete thread -- osed with a zero Vicryl in a running fashion but interrupted ones. TIA!
Complete thread -- that is a good point, but I didn't assume they *saw* it, thought Barrett's
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- striated
Complete thread -- retrying to provide link
Complete thread -- The anterior margin of this tendon which involved the 35% tear area ha ...
Complete thread -- When I checked image of submucosa (see link) it shows it
Complete thread -- still think it is submucosa
Complete thread -- Oh sure, you're right--he's referencing an endoscopic while performing a CT scan...
Complete thread -- CT scan? it says "endoscopic evaluation"
Complete thread -- Oh, okay, that's what I thought it was but not sure as I'm unfamiliar with CT scans...
Complete thread -- Thanks much! Wasn't sure if he was saying soft or something else...
Complete thread -- soft mucosa
Complete thread -- submucosa
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Oh, okay, totally understandable!
Complete thread -- Sorry, typed what I heard but would use lumen.
Complete thread -- This Latin site will explain it....start with septae...which will
Complete thread -- is there any such word? or should i write lumen-ed? ...
Complete thread -- Took 3 tries, but it seems to be uploaded now. Sorry about that...
Complete thread -- lumened
Complete thread -- i posted my wav simultaneously. sorry. ...
Complete thread -- does this sound file match the wav?
Complete thread -- A small, traversing, narrow ______ veins were coagulated ...
Complete thread -- Pls see message and wav file (s/l _____ mucosa?)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- overt
Complete thread -- It should be noted that preoperatively this patient had ____ anterior ...
Complete thread -- yeah, guess it is a cure-all for men. Just wouldn't want to be the sick wife
Complete thread -- I hope I didn't mislead you. It redirects to septum, but that
Complete thread -- sure a lot of improper spelling out there then
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Have written "septum". ...
Complete thread -- The medical brower at this link shows it listed and redirects to septum.
Complete thread -- Good. I've used the spelling septae in the past, but I'm
Complete thread -- If we believe septa(e) is a collective noun, then we can use "was". I must
Complete thread -- ? brachy (as in brachytherapy)
Complete thread -- I hear septae, could be septa, but I don't hear septum.
Complete thread -- PubMed has a publication entitled Septa vs Septae...but I can't
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- he is saying "on its proximal margin (period) The *septae/septum* ...
Complete thread -- septum /sep·tum/ (sep´tum) pl. sep´ta
Complete thread -- its proximal margin is just the sentence rolling back around. Check the wording before
Complete thread -- look at the last sentence. ...
Complete thread -- Procedures: 1. Partial plantar fasciotomy, right foot. 2. External ...
Complete thread -- I was going to ask you what is the surgery. Also the sentence
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- is it singular? or should i write septum? ...
Complete thread -- Stop. I concerned and rechecking some more.
Complete thread -- septae
Complete thread -- The subcutaneous vascular tissue was noted to be present deep to this ...
Complete thread -- does sound like transnodal, I think picking up '"ending "noidal" and I'd go
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- Fluff to poi
Complete thread -- distal. This was angulated posterior to anterior. (He may have actually said
Complete thread -- This is angulated posterior to anterior
Complete thread -- Attention was directed to the medial aspect of the right heel where an ...
Complete thread -- ?inherited thrombophilia? see link
Complete thread -- inherited s/l thrombo failure, specifically antithrombin III deficiency. TIA!
Complete thread -- TY to both helpers. MP3 removed.
Complete thread -- a fasting state
Complete thread -- a fasting state
Complete thread -- mp3 help. Cardiac monitor explantation. pls sm.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes....I hear transsphenoidal operation..the "phe" sound is very slight, but it's there
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks. I'm going to post a wav just to make sure since it's not that clear
Complete thread -- could have other "incidental problem" mentioned to doc
Complete thread -- Then transsphenoidal makes sense...see link
Complete thread -- pituitary gland
Complete thread -- ya never know, be sure and post why repeated 3 times for us
Complete thread -- could you be hearing transsphenoidal?
Complete thread -- Where is the tumor?
Complete thread -- He needs to have this tumor removed through a *s/l transnodal* operation
Complete thread -- what? I don't see erectile dysfunction in the symptoms of
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I still do not see anything familiar. I appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the laugh! She's probably barely 30 and seems fine!
Complete thread -- M.Ds get ill too perhaps has some neuro/brain disorder. i guess I'd flag it then
Complete thread -- thanks but it's clearly not. She repeats it that wy twice
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- And I'm guessing, if writing it out, I'd use commas between them BJMO
Complete thread -- probably misspeak/stumble forgot where she left off. greater than 97th percentile.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- If you follow BoS 2, notes the symbols < and > are often misunderstood and
Complete thread -- Thanks. It's crystal clear. Maybe she means for me to write it as >>>97th percentile?
Complete thread -- Here's the link
Complete thread -- Using this growth chart (see link) a BMI of 27.6 would be
Complete thread -- greater than greater than greater than????
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- since male s/l C-Ject IV might be Caverject IV (erectile dysfunction sm
Complete thread -- not sure of S/L here is list brand and generic for non small lung meds.
Complete thread -- wonder if could be correcting to grade 2 or "grade 1 to 2 at best"
Complete thread -- Two things...I'd put a comma after best. The other thing is
Complete thread -- I think you got it!
Complete thread -- s/l C-Ject IV
Complete thread -- Is this how you would punctuate this sentence?
Complete thread -- chemotherapy drug s/l branka
Complete thread -- festination of his voice?
Complete thread -- Oops, just notice I'm an hour late.
Complete thread -- I have concern about last part of sentence...my mind read it
Complete thread -- golly!
Complete thread -- Good one, poi!
Complete thread -- #2 en bloc
Complete thread -- the blanks keep piling up :(
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Vacillation of his voice?
Complete thread -- blank 1 is WAV, blank 2 is MP3
Complete thread -- uncertain what he is saying
Complete thread -- We must have the same QA, lol. One of my QA people changed it
Complete thread -- "ordinary assay" seems right - see link
Complete thread -- see link - i think ordinary might be okay.
Complete thread -- No. I forgot to type that in my sentence. He says....were applied to the patient's eye
Complete thread -- thyroid cancer assay for thyroglobulin
Complete thread -- real good ears!
Complete thread -- good ears, jabbno.
Complete thread -- glad I could help.
Complete thread -- Ok. that makes sense now. Oh English Language thou art a heartless b.... lol thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes, it is Timoptic. Thanks. I don't hear the s/l were***and... Thanks again.
Complete thread -- s/l Timoptic. Also, s/l were ***and Timoptic were applied to baseline???
Complete thread -- Let me know if you need it still slower.
Complete thread -- holy cow. can you slow him down? the eye docs I do talk this fast too! grrr
Complete thread -- "he" is the subject here - turn it around and you have "he is perceiving symptoms" ...sm
Complete thread -- After eye surgery: Maxitrol ointment, atropine ointment, and ______ were applied
Complete thread -- Thanks. I kept hearing ball-tipped and just knew I was so far off!
Complete thread -- depends on account specs - mine say 1/2 inch
Complete thread -- half inch because it is not precise (about)
Complete thread -- s/l Valtchev to me.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- elbow infection
Complete thread -- whoa -- this post was supposed to clear something up???
Complete thread -- but thanks everyone and again I should have been more clear s.m.
Complete thread -- sorry I should have been more clear, I mean it sounds funny with s.m.
Complete thread -- complements (with an 'e' instead of an 'i')
Complete thread -- complements - you can see link if you want to
Complete thread -- SLE with positive ANA, DNA, RNP, SSA, rheumatoid factor, "low compliments," SM
Complete thread -- Yes. I just got that myself. Thank you.
Complete thread -- knee OA? (osteoarthritis)
Complete thread -- Pt. sees Dr. Smith for 'knee olay" and has had corticosteroid injections given.
Complete thread -- sulfa moiety?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- some adverse reaction to the ___ in the sulfasalazine as he has been having
Complete thread -- I would think...upon itself...JMO
Complete thread -- I would think 2.5 cm, in situ component, Grade II, angiolymphatic...I
Complete thread -- The instrument was withdrawn from the duodenum and retroflexed upon *the self*. The
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 2.5 mm in situ component or 2.5 mm, in situ component--with comma (see message)
Complete thread -- good point Q - that makes sense now (to me)
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. I am familiar with FABER and Fabere, and the difference. SM
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- dronabinol ?? (oral Marinol)
Complete thread -- s/l jonabamol - appetite helper
Complete thread -- Hit enter too soon....and gapjoj's link was also international (Sweden)
Complete thread -- Not sure that the difference in spelling is related to
Complete thread -- Thanks. Tho your "per oral" is also something I've heard them say.
Complete thread -- I was confused by the 2 different answers on this post so see link
Complete thread -- MD must mispronounce then. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I find diclofenac for osteoarthritis at RxList
Complete thread -- ooh - good thought, Q
Complete thread -- ?os? (means mouth)
Complete thread -- per oral? Seems a strange way of saying it...
Complete thread -- Medication that s/l 'dye-clo-ten-ell' for osteoporosis? Thanks
Complete thread -- Olympus video panendoscope was introduced per *arm* under direct visuali
Complete thread -- fluff to gapjoj
Complete thread -- interesting, I dont remember that LOL
Complete thread -- U can't be expected to document all we discuss here. I just
Complete thread -- I am glad to see there is some question, (I am not young) and always confused on this
Complete thread -- Yes, I should have documented. Thanks again! nm
Complete thread -- see link for FLABER...gapjoj answer this earlier this year...it was
Complete thread -- see link (he spelled it wrong)
Complete thread -- Negative "Flaber" (doc spelled) maneuver of shoulder? nm tia
Complete thread -- Because I saw so many dictionaries doing it so many ways I
Complete thread -- why not? you already did! I was actually waiting for your answer.
Complete thread -- I'm not opening my mouth.
Complete thread -- Q happy to explain/answer your question/problem, hope it clears it up sm
Complete thread -- I would not think so. Not sure it fits under physical exam findings at all except maybe
Complete thread -- GU is genitourinary.
Complete thread -- No. I'd put that under Heart or CV:(but it sounds more like review of systems not the PE)
Complete thread -- pe question
Complete thread -- I usually put "and" in there.
Complete thread -- I can't find anything specific, but I like open reduction/internal fixation
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Thanks! He said it so fast I couldn't get that at first.
Complete thread -- ? Gustilo
Complete thread -- s/l ksil 3b fracture
Complete thread -- He had an open reduction internal fixation on May 7. Is punctation needed for ORIF?
Complete thread -- sounds fine to me
Complete thread -- Good going!
Complete thread -- become aware or conscious of (something); come to realize or understand
Complete thread -- Not commonly said, but OneLook definition indicates it could work. See link
Complete thread -- symptoms he is perceiving ??? s.m.
Complete thread -- seen for yearly exam but heard thrombo..
Complete thread -- no thromboemboli, no cough? maybe
Complete thread -- Really WAG could s/l jom bo=pulmonary ??
Complete thread -- Fluff to poi
Complete thread -- what is pt being seen for, and by whom?
Complete thread -- pe
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- In that case, ask them how they want it, will come up often
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Problem for me was that nothing in the entire cut & paste sounded like 'bk solution'
Complete thread -- in the link answer was listed under results
Complete thread -- Thank you all for your help!
Complete thread -- ahhh, yes, I think I hear that now... Thank you!
Complete thread -- oh, I like that!
Complete thread -- Wonder if saying corollary...see link
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- query ?
Complete thread -- reason for her recent drug reaction and as a ____ of this, whether she could safely
Complete thread -- thank you for that. I could not either
Complete thread -- our account specifics are AAMT BOS 2. There was no other specific requests in regards to
Complete thread -- chordee
Complete thread -- Will suggest the above but flag it. Thanks
Complete thread -- chordee (see link)
Complete thread -- agree Plaquinel started" (me also) but can't hear that for sure either
Complete thread -- typo..to see if I could find that (not that that)
Complete thread -- he periurethral core**-dee** tissue was excised sharply
Complete thread -- I searched BoS to see if I could that that specific type
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you. It probably is 'we will get Plaquenil started.' Makes sense too.
Complete thread -- Percocet 10, at one to six pills OR Percocet 10, at 1 to 6 however,
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Percocet 10, one to six pills per day or Percocet 10, one to 6 pills per day.
Complete thread -- if able, access pt H&P, look to see if on Carafate
Complete thread -- nope...I was thinking "we will get Plaquinel started" but can't hear that for sure either
Complete thread -- I'm not the best person to ask, but I don't hear 'script'
Complete thread -- Can anyone hear 'script'? (Although I have never heard this doc dictate that).
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Looks okay to me.
Complete thread -- Is this comma placement correct?
Complete thread -- I go with whatever they say because either an adjective or
Complete thread -- I really don't know. Thanks though. Can't post wav
Complete thread -- I am finding there is a dial test and an axial traction test..could
Complete thread -- Poor audio. New York accent. Thanks.
Complete thread -- one more s/l. "Though a dough extraction test was negative"
Complete thread -- We will give Plaquenil ______
Complete thread -- another s/l "the ledough extraction test" help thanks
Complete thread -- angina versus anginal symptoms?
Complete thread -- If that is the case, then maybe the doctor is saying (in essence) that
Complete thread -- doweggs?
Complete thread -- I think he said CBC panel 18 AND lipids
Complete thread -- So the dictation states in the later part of the report..
Complete thread -- Right...
Complete thread -- The problem is that there is such a thing as a "breast
Complete thread -- next sentence
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Breast cancer surgery...
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- For the first part of the question, CBC panel 18 could be the
Complete thread -- is the answer in there or were you just being polite?
Complete thread -- help please-lab
Complete thread -- I don't know how. I will just mark it. Thanks. NM
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- We will drop his cararates, continue with tube feeds to goal (sm
Complete thread -- is that the actual sentence?
Complete thread -- May we have more context? What is/are the patient's problem(s)?
Complete thread -- We will drop his "cararates" in an ICU setting post-CABG. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I left off the "S"
Complete thread -- s/l thop =Topper were (dressing sponge) sm
Complete thread -- toppers were placed?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- could that be 'the top'
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- that is what I put with a flag for review just in case. Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- I would do it as "and through-and-through access" see link for phrase
Complete thread -- Storz offset (see link)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?Amplatz?
Complete thread -- fluff and *thop* was replaced
Complete thread -- through the sheath *and through and through* access was
Complete thread -- investigated with ____ nephroscope.
Complete thread -- sequentially up to 12-Fench with ____ coaxial dilators
Complete thread -- Wonder if he is referring to the product Vitoss by Orthovita..see link
Complete thread -- mixed it with *ortho vee tox* and a little bit of the bone that
Complete thread -- Link very short, so copy/pasted that
Complete thread -- Surgery was done with multiple clamping and tying?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help. Could not get link to work. Trying off the copy and paste method.
Complete thread -- here is link in case needed to read up a bit
Complete thread -- this is all I could find, quickly looking but prob not helpful sm
Complete thread -- It does not sound like that but could be his own personal abbreviation. I will flag these
Complete thread -- Cancer of the neck
Complete thread -- What is being irrigated? First thing that came to my mind was Dakin solution (see link)
Complete thread -- Yes Thank you !!!
Complete thread -- I thought perhaps - surgery in this area?
Complete thread -- surgeon (name ? s/dairy was found with multiple clampinp
Complete thread -- could it be Kariva? I found some sort of birth control type thing
Complete thread -- Irrigated with Bk solution, PK, DK? All I hear clearly is the K. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Doc spells Kariba under meds - cannot find.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I will get that.
Complete thread -- addendum. Excellent bk Tessier Surg word book 3rd over 2000 pages sm
Complete thread -- MacFee incision: a safe approach to the neck.
Complete thread -- wav file, neck surgery of lymph node
Complete thread -- OP excellent learning link to save, explains why term bottle is used
Complete thread -- McPhee incision, MacFee, or Mcfee? Neck surgery incision. I am seeing all 3.
Complete thread -- maybe s/l hyper= hypercalcemiaSevere hypercalcemia causes shortened QTc interval on ECG.
Complete thread -- Merriam-Webster's indicates they can also be pronounced the same. (which
Complete thread -- root (ru) and route(r ou ) definitely a different sound, how would it hurt.
Complete thread -- Not being rude..just want to understand. How would
Complete thread -- could be root but also route (i.e. path) could fit. Rewind & relisten
Complete thread -- #2 "which she did have" that resolved etc
Complete thread -- root...for an example, see this Wheeless' Orthopedics link
Complete thread -- An MRI was reviewed which does note a small left paracentral disk herniation at L5-S1
Complete thread -- Can't get #2
Complete thread -- NOTE: s/b that resolved without surgery (not result)
Complete thread -- off her
Complete thread -- She has had an asthma/bronchitis exacerbation over last couple of week ...
Complete thread -- it.. Brisdelle.
Complete thread -- Hot flashes. Tp to start s/l brida sel (Brideselle??) kindly help.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- is now the sole
Complete thread -- She states she is still overall able to tolerate her pain but wants to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the suggestions. Still not clear to me, flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- No. Sorry.
Complete thread -- wonder if "hypertrophy with hyperkalemia" see link
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- hypersensitivity?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- EKG does not demonstrate signs for s/l hyper-see with hyperkalemia. TIA!
Complete thread -- Tho it could also be "MRI and have her proceed with..etc" (your call)
Complete thread -- I think he is changing is mind to "MRI and proceed with..etc"
Complete thread -- The patient will follow up by telephone in 2 to 3 weeks. If she is no ...
Complete thread -- I didn't care for the wording of "there were" so I listened
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Here's a sample of abdominoplasty and liposuction of
Complete thread -- The umbilicus was sutured with 3-0 Vicryl and then dressings were put ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- can it be "we used" multiple? ...
Complete thread -- there were multiple
Complete thread -- Then, a transverse incision was made and dissection was carried down t ...
Complete thread -- The excess tissue was marked and dissected on both sides and this weig ...
Complete thread -- Your last sentence starts with "Then".....what was that sentence?
Complete thread -- I am wondering if what we hear as "including" is something else. I
Complete thread -- so posterior hips and thighs does not make sense (to me)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- which ended up about
Complete thread -- Procedure: Abdominoplasty with liposuction of the hips and medial and ...
Complete thread -- The area was washed with antibiotic solution and then the bed was flex ...
Complete thread -- I was just going to say that. Patient lying supine yet posterior
Complete thread -- I'm having trouble visualizing what is being done...abdomen
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. now i am also hearing "as was". ...
Complete thread -- #2 ??including the hips and thighs?? ...also I hear "as was" rather than as well as (but
Complete thread -- #1 The abdomen was
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Once these contours were taken down, the incision was closed with 5-0 ...
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, s/b comma after brought
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- I see that :)
Complete thread -- as big as
Complete thread -- as big as she could tolerate
Complete thread -- The patient was sat upright and it was not quite as large as the pictu ...
Complete thread -- We posted simultaneously. I agreed with you up above.
Complete thread -- NM. I see poi provided the info.
Complete thread -- not trying to be argumentative, but they already said prepped and draped
Complete thread -- What is the name of the surgical procedure?
Complete thread -- When I googled to see what range the measurement might
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- imframammary to the nipple
Complete thread -- dropped?? to 7.5 cm from the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. can it be "fold was prepped to 7.5 cm from the infra ...
Complete thread -- Might actually be ...prepped the 7.5 cm
Complete thread -- 7.5 cm
Complete thread -- prepped ? cm
Complete thread -- Under good general anesthetic, the patient was prepped and draped in t ...
Complete thread -- I agree with this (I left out a word on my suggestion)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- she has a small frame and so are going to try to give her what she wants, but ..
Complete thread -- oops oidkec=Questyr=Q ...
Complete thread -- she has a small frame and so we are going to try to give her what she wants
Complete thread -- I also hearing "full" face. Thanks for the concern. ...
Complete thread -- #2 brought us
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Hypoplasia of the breasts Indications: The patient ...
Complete thread -- Could he be saying #2 "peripheral face" (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #2 - full face??
Complete thread -- 1. Laxity
Complete thread -- I have written 21 cc. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: ____ of the left side of the face, loss of fat in the ____ ...
Complete thread -- To OP: Then I would use poi's hearing (I only hear the blip).
Complete thread -- I definitely hear loosened
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- If we're hearing 3 different numbers, perhaps it would be best to flag the number.
Complete thread -- that would be quite a lot to inject into the temples, so I think not.
Complete thread -- could be 24 also..he definitely says 24 cc but I thought corrected to 21 cc
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I don't HEAR loosened..but there is a blimp on the sound there.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. can it be "200 cc" ...
Complete thread -- 21 cc?
Complete thread -- I hear.."The fat which was then removed..." For your blank I think he's stumbles on
Complete thread -- which was loosened and removed...
Complete thread -- The fat which was loose and removed from the medial and lateral thighs ...
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I am pretty sure he says temple lift, you might want to listen again.
Complete thread -- should that be temple lift? (not careful?)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- temple with some
Complete thread -- Careful lift on the left side, fat injections to the face predominantl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- infiltration (see link)
Complete thread -- "this is where the infiltration cannula was passed"? ...
Complete thread -- infiltration?
Complete thread -- The incisions were made in the groin on either side and this is where ...
Complete thread -- Not to me. I was sure hyphen was incorrect, thinking it
Complete thread -- In this instance here, since you spelled out "Forty" you need to expand
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Of note, BOS2 says to use hyphen or the word "to". LOL.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Yes. Thank you both.
Complete thread -- Yes. I just posted that I found reference to that in poi's link.
Complete thread -- Doc keeps on saying bottle from past reports and sometimes "bottle height"
Complete thread -- Disregard. Poi's link includes comment about the bottle and lowering it.
Complete thread -- under heading inflow
Complete thread -- I agree with you thank you very much. It's BSS bottle was lowered.
Complete thread -- I've done many of these and never heard the word "bottle"...and
Complete thread -- I am finding it is a a balanced salt solution....
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- process, they were intact and they were at the bottom
Complete thread -- process, they were intact and they were at the bottom of the...
Complete thread -- hyperemic?
Complete thread -- ?hyperemic? see link
Complete thread -- The old scar was excised, dissection was carried down and then the bur ...
Complete thread -- pls sm. s/l "soft or SF"
Complete thread -- like
Complete thread -- GB us...multiple stones with a thick s/l hyper-emmy gallbladder wall. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- of residual
Complete thread -- comma before "where," period at end, and that's it.
Complete thread -- Then, the other incision was made again parallel to the hair follicles ...
Complete thread -- Dorland's shows albumin/creatinine ratio...but use of "to" is not incorrect, just
Complete thread -- Scroll down one section to #21
Complete thread -- This grammar site indicates the comma after therefore not necessary. see link
Complete thread -- I don't think any punctuation is needed there but that is
Complete thread -- Thank you. That's what I usually do also.
Complete thread -- here and, therefore,
Complete thread -- here, and therefore, ..........??
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- "deep cuticular layer" 6 google hits. "deep reticular layer" 14,000 google hits
Complete thread -- reticular
Complete thread -- sounds fine to me. sometimes you hear subcuticular, but deep cuticular is okay too.
Complete thread -- interrupted 3-0 Vicryl sutures in the deep s/l cuticular or reticular layer.
Complete thread -- depends on your account specifics. Most of mine want mL, two want cc
Complete thread -- can cc be left here or should it be changed to cubic centimeter or milliliter?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- which "communicated" with the ethmoid
Complete thread -- he was readmitted recently with an epidural abscess ____ with the ethmoid sinuses.
Complete thread -- lol. It was okay, too bad it sounded like gibberish. I was lucky to find it.
Complete thread -- I usually put albumin to creatinine (if that helps)
Complete thread -- either way, if in doubt, check for typing guideline with employer, acct specifics
Complete thread -- guess . rocky mountain spotted fever in there somehow like "Rfever"
Complete thread -- Which is the correct way to type this: Albumin to creatinine ratio?
Complete thread -- yep, agree have heard of - "mute" or muted (no response)
Complete thread -- I agree!
Complete thread -- s/l retic may be reticular ...pattern or network pattern
Complete thread -- your s/l was actually really good for that...
Complete thread -- glad you found it! I'd have NEVER gotten that!
Complete thread -- found it... Thanks anyway Narciso B Tuanquin
Complete thread -- oh wow. I've been looking and can't come up with anything. Dr. Nasi, Nancy, etc. every
Complete thread -- What city is the account in? WV is a pretty big state.
Complete thread -- I wish. That is exactly and I mean exactly how he said it.
Complete thread -- wow. can you come up with a different s/l? I can't come up with a thing with that.
Complete thread -- are you missing "no?" There were no changes...
Complete thread -- Any guesses? Trying to decipher this name. Primary care physician SM
Complete thread -- You're welcome!
Complete thread -- thank you somuch g a p j o j!!!
Complete thread -- full dose evening primrose oil (what I hear)
Complete thread -- breast pain premenstrually and is taking ____ primrose oil.
Complete thread -- thank you O and Questyr! You are lifesavers!
Complete thread -- #1 major #2 ptosis #3 ?performed?
Complete thread -- #1 major
Complete thread -- I quite agree.
Complete thread -- three blanks, please help
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- kidney stones secondary to kidney stone disease? sounds redundant
Complete thread -- oh! I think you might have it - many thanks
Complete thread -- secondary to systemic disease?
Complete thread -- really s/l she is saying six/sick, sm
Complete thread -- check out fixed stone disease
Complete thread -- Could six stone=kidney stone? see link for that and other possibilities
Complete thread -- she has kidney stones secondary to "six-stone disease" sm plse
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I called up wild card phrases with "keratotic * papules" ....see
Complete thread -- A petechia is a small (1 - 2 mm) red or purple spot on the skin, caused by a minor
Complete thread -- sure, petechiae - petechial
Complete thread -- s/l sertraline but saying as sertrolin) ??
Complete thread -- could be Invokana (comes in 300 mg)
Complete thread -- Daliresp 500 mcg once daily, _____ 100 mg once daily
Complete thread -- doesn't sound like that at all...
Complete thread -- Could retic=reddish?
Complete thread -- derm exam
Complete thread -- topical once daily, *invoka* one tablet 300 mg every morning
Complete thread -- not quite your s/l, but dark field?
Complete thread -- derm exam
Complete thread -- downgoing to mute(d) - the reflex can be "mute" (no response)
Complete thread -- She has downgoing s/l da-muted? toes with plantar reflexes bilaterally.
Complete thread -- Sounds like a RFER or RFUR blood test-
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- found it - Algisite
Complete thread -- Unna boot application with foam and s/l algaecite
Complete thread -- you guys are amazing! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- excision GA day case, St John...(general admission, day case?)
Complete thread -- GA day case?
Complete thread -- Planned excision _____ St John of God 5 January 2015
Complete thread -- Darrach?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- no luck here, suggest, if able) look for dictator old reports, likely "his" choice of
Complete thread -- She's just saying "Please bold."
Complete thread -- Thanks. I can't really be sure, unless he is mispronouncing.
Complete thread -- there's a Dewar elevator, but I didn't research it in your context.
Complete thread -- with the s/l dare elevator
Complete thread -- Allergies: _____, sulfa.
Complete thread -- just in case didn't see typo here= (her)brother
Complete thread -- ? antidepressants? AD's
Complete thread -- ADDs (attention deficit disorders)
Complete thread -- ? rectus (as in "rectus diastasis/paraumbilical hernia")
Complete thread -- listen for Seroquel (depression et al)
Complete thread -- Yep, that was it. Changing to green now with regular browser. I guess when they say
Complete thread -- thanks and that was supposed to be - they were changed to...
Complete thread -- Alimentum?
Complete thread -- Srry this is an mp3 NOT wav
Complete thread -- There was no change to _______. She has now been on this for 24 days.
Complete thread -- Med...ESL
Complete thread -- He may be saying "reduced hernia," though.
Complete thread -- too-late therapy may be management and "lac" =laceration"
Complete thread -- oops..I see you have ruled that out
Complete thread -- reducible
Complete thread -- Not reducible
Complete thread -- ADHD said really fast?
Complete thread -- s/l "a small rit-goose paraumbilical hernia"
Complete thread -- ADs (airway diseases)??
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! I really appreciate your help. ...
Complete thread -- I used "InPrivate" today for some reason. Maybe that's it.
Complete thread -- new browser? it's your setting for color of visited link.
Complete thread -- Yeah that's what I thought but mine are all staying blue today. Weird.
Complete thread -- mine do? (whatever lol)
Complete thread -- forme fruste
Complete thread -- mine does change to green
Complete thread -- what were the patient's symptoms?
Complete thread -- After clicking on a message, shouldn't color change? Mine is staying blue.
Complete thread -- orthopedic assessment regarding knee pain
Complete thread -- but wouldn't work if pt is young adolescent
Complete thread -- agree with '80s
Complete thread -- not an age, young adolescent
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- got it, Kemp's
Complete thread -- There is no significant tenderness to palpation in the sciatic notch. With respect
Complete thread -- communition?
Complete thread -- makes sense since he did both knees.
Complete thread -- minimal
Complete thread -- S/l 80s to me (1980s or age 80s) ??
Complete thread -- apnea being mild since _______ can be a precipitating factor
Complete thread -- Will turn in. Thanks
Complete thread -- MR arthrogram of shoulder results
Complete thread -- index of 1.7 which is consistent with ______ obstructive sleep apnea
Complete thread -- Staggering of the tourniquets was approximately 10 to 12 minutes apart.
Complete thread -- s/l too-late therapy (see message at 2nd blank)
Complete thread -- My suggestion...
Complete thread -- comma help with this sentence, please and thank you
Complete thread -- Patient with COPD, chest pain, bipolar disorder, hypertension, and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- left arm ?? but of course, confirm that with context
Complete thread -- Lipoma of the abdomen x6 and lipoma of ____ x1. ...
Complete thread -- And, of course, it's also possible the "meeting up phrase" is really
Complete thread -- Not really. The part about meeting with the previous incision is
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Rest of the sentence okay? ...
Complete thread -- off the
Complete thread -- Then, I further extended the incisions laterally on each side and down ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- who lost weight.
Complete thread -- Indications: This is a very pleasant lady ____. She had abdominal re ...
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- I'm changing to your opinion that it s/b capped...but not because
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- she is able
Complete thread -- She was able to obtain at least
Complete thread -- Pisces-Octad is a registered name
Complete thread -- We then applied pressurized tibial tubercle flexing and then felt rele ...
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- just an FYI, using trademark link, Octad is not registered by itself, that
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- I think so.
Complete thread -- I think so
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Is he saying "Just" in the start of the sentenc ...
Complete thread -- I felt we could do much better, but
Complete thread -- we could
Complete thread -- She was a little slow with the postoperative rehab and had some limite ...
Complete thread -- yes, context will definitely help.
Complete thread -- I don't understand. What is the point U R trying to make? Our question
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- left _fifth??__ total knee.
Complete thread -- ??Left stiff total knee??....if that doesn't fit your context, please provide
Complete thread -- Left stiff total knee.
Complete thread -- Preoperative diagnosis: Left ____. ...
Complete thread -- Medtronic PISCES-Quad® or Octad® leads
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- in things such as
Complete thread -- My physician’s assistant, assisted me during this procedure ____ such ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- in the hip wound
Complete thread -- in the hip wound and
Complete thread -- The pulse generator was then placed ____ wound and all 3 wounds were i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- typo...its (not it's)
Complete thread -- not sure, because he stumbles, but wonder if it is ..."and it's tie-down suture"
Complete thread -- Following this, the right hip wound was opened, pulse generator was id ...
Complete thread -- I like that even better.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i am hearing "from the lumbar area" ...
Complete thread -- Also, I would have thought..."in the lumbar area" JMO
Complete thread -- so that good
Complete thread -- Stimulation studies were carried out on the right side and the electro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I like that one too.
Complete thread -- I actually thought it could have been eyelet, just could not verify it either
Complete thread -- Now that I relisten, not sure if he's saying 'then' or 'again' distended
Complete thread -- yeah. sounds pilot to me now. thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The epidural space was then distended with a small amount...
Complete thread -- The needle was then placed on the right side in a similar fashion ___ ...
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "through the pilot of the pulse generator" ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- what I hear: passed through the out of the....(but can't verify that)
Complete thread -- The silk suture was passed to the ____ of the pulse generator and it w ...
Complete thread -- mated
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- mated
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- See link using grommet for electrode suturing
Complete thread -- The pulse generator was then ____ to the electrode and a set screw was ...
Complete thread -- POI and I both HEAR grommet...and in this context grommet would
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- can it be "garment"? ...
Complete thread -- grommet
Complete thread -- grommet ...and OneLook Medicine site indicates Silastic (is trademarked)
Complete thread -- The stylet was removed and the electrode sutured to the lumbodorsal fa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- phenomenon on a low-resistance syringe (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- The epidural space was entered and was noted by vacuum ____ low-resist ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think there is no #1...that he just stumbled there and wanted "L2 vertebral etc"
Complete thread -- electodes above the fusion site
Complete thread -- the back was marked using fluoroscopic control for insertion of the el ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #2 internal fixation utilized and fusion. I think #1 is a stumble, nothing there
Complete thread -- The patient had a fracture of the thoracolumbar or thoracic area that ...
Complete thread -- yes, though he does say "postop status thoracolumbar"...I expanded to postoperative
Complete thread -- I saw it capped and not capped that was why I researched further.
Complete thread -- It was my thought that the so-called generic could apply.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Postoperative status thoracolumbar fusion with post fusion ...
Complete thread -- I thought when a generic meaning and a Trademark meaning
Complete thread -- can it be "octad epidural electrode"? ...
Complete thread -- wasn't a type, I found this: Pisces Octad® lead kit for Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS)
Complete thread -- In case not a typo...no need to cap octad since not at beginning of OP's sentence
Complete thread -- He says #1 "Postop" #2 epidural (I did not check octad and don't know what it is)
Complete thread -- Preoperative diagnosis: Postoperative status 2. Octad epidural
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: ____ thoracolumbar fusion with post fusion back and leg pa ...
Complete thread -- I will add that BoS 2 had 2 entries regarding whether
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q.
Complete thread -- Your client guidelines rule...I understand many prefer
Complete thread -- I would do it.. parous. Cervical descent, second degree.
Complete thread -- Should I leave as dictated or type: 2nd (or second?) degree cervical descent?
Complete thread -- That is it!! I thought I heard 'cervical lesion...' Ugh! Hard to hear her sometimes. Thank
Complete thread -- ??cervical descent second degree??
Complete thread -- This should be better.
Complete thread -- Need a longer clip.
Complete thread -- wav is posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- So this settles it. Thanks again!!
Complete thread -- No, I think I will settle with GE. This doc is a PGY-2. Perhaps had it incorrect? Even if,
Complete thread -- BTW, I too hear GE needle
Complete thread -- see to be wrong link...trying again
Complete thread -- Archives (located thru google, not box above) shows
Complete thread -- wav posted now. Thanks, Q
Complete thread -- I will let you hear wav as now that I am relistening, it could be a GE needle?
Complete thread -- other s/l possibilities...Keith needle....CT needle....BV needle...
Complete thread -- Here is a wild card search for "Vicryl on a * needle"..I'll start looking from the
Complete thread -- Yes to "on a taper needle"...see link
Complete thread -- Of course. Sorry. Complete sentence:
Complete thread -- typo...because if you have not used the message box (not board)
Complete thread -- Yw. BYW, you don't need to type 'nm' (for no message) because
Complete thread -- What is the exact sentence...because sometimes they use
Complete thread -- Thank you. nm
Complete thread -- Sorry. Laparoscopic tubal ligation converted to open.
Complete thread -- What kind of surgery?
Complete thread -- s/l G needle and taper needle to close fascia.
Complete thread -- Typo...Merriam Webster's shows it "aka"
Complete thread -- Merriam Webster's shows it "ana" and there are PubMed articles
Complete thread -- I like it with the comma.
Complete thread -- If he said 'anterior and superior', I would give him what he said. If he
Complete thread -- anterior superior or anterior-superior or anterior and superior??
Complete thread -- You remember too? Glad I'm not alone. It used to get sometimes.
Complete thread -- right, compared to...... or...... right compared to
Complete thread -- Correct way to transcribe names with "also known as" in letters and clinic notes SM
Complete thread -- LOL! Well, my s/l wasn't exactly spot on!!!
Complete thread -- fluff to gapjoj
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Yw. Glad sm was there for you in a timely manner. I was off swimming.
Complete thread -- thanks Q! I knew you would come through! ; )
Complete thread -- To address your concern that the article was for
Complete thread -- Wow! I never would have gotten that!
Complete thread -- In your case, 'cough'
Complete thread -- to clarify...whether before or after the word modified.
Complete thread -- And your support is page 96 BoS 2 (noun with participle) is hyphenated
Complete thread -- I did hyphenate, so this is good. thanks.
Complete thread -- Not Q, but if I remember correctly, if either word cannot stand alone
Complete thread -- Q - you're the expert on punctuation. Is this hyphenated or no? SM please
Complete thread -- Exactly! Thank you!
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- thanks for that!
Complete thread -- I think Stedmans is wrong. I see more hits for Morel-Lavallee.
Complete thread -- third one down, page 1093
Complete thread -- being an MD is not the same as being an MT...She did add a different
Complete thread -- Got it: Morel-Lavelle lesion. Spelled differently online versus Stedmans.
Complete thread -- It was a PDF and I deleted it and cant refind now. lots of other images
Complete thread -- I checked imaged on clinched hand and it looks like a fist to me.
Complete thread -- sorry, all I can think of is Gas-X ?
Complete thread -- I found a picture, and clench is not the same as fist.
Complete thread -- subluxation seems to be desired for exposure in a very specific circumstance...
Complete thread -- Anyone hear of supplement called "Ex or X Gaz". Doc spells Gaz. list of meds. nm tia
Complete thread -- ?am finding poke, clench, palm, and pinch. sm
Complete thread -- No mustake, called Dr. Walker, marg, Margaret, Dr. Margaret, no mistake, just opposite
Complete thread -- No, but thanks. I'm not sure if he is stumbling/slurring. Flagging.
Complete thread -- umbilicated
Complete thread -- ??index finger-thumb pinch"?? see link
Complete thread -- s/l palpable umbrella-of-lay lesion. (No idea)
Complete thread -- SP elbow fracture exam
Complete thread -- The article was only to support that when he goes
Complete thread -- I agree with O
Complete thread -- I'm not sure that makes the case for "didn't"... but I'm not going to argue with Q
Complete thread -- It did work, thanks, still seems confusing based on poster below - appreciate the help
Complete thread -- Link didn't work..trying again
Complete thread -- Based on this PubMed article, I should think 'didn't'....see link
Complete thread -- I was thinking that too - our ortho clinic has a "cast tech" that does that sort of thing.
Complete thread -- I would think "did" since he says "although not trying" (I don't think he wanted it)
Complete thread -- s/m not sure if DID or DIDN'T
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- good thought lb!
Complete thread -- Now that's a thought!
Complete thread -- I wonder if this is a person's name?
Complete thread -- Thanks all of you. It was a distal urethral polypropylene sling and cysto.
Complete thread -- agree with fan
Complete thread -- Stress incontinence
Complete thread -- What is the surgery?
Complete thread -- wav file, There is no reason I should not be able to get this!
Complete thread -- When I added the in accordance with, I changed the rest of the sentence. Thanks
Complete thread -- acneiform?
Complete thread -- I'm sure it was just a typo..but s/b sensitivities
Complete thread -- Partial tenosynovitis would not make sense to me....but I
Complete thread -- Rosacea - s/l magniform lesions
Complete thread -- I was just coming back to say that. She said it more clearly a few lines later. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l in accordance with sensitivies
Complete thread -- thanks again, will let you know when I hear back from QA
Complete thread -- wav file, puncture wound on knee from thorn. What I hear does not make sense.
Complete thread -- Okay.
Complete thread -- no, thanks, don't spend any more time on it please, I am going to flag
Complete thread -- I would not think so. Can you post a WAVE? If not, I'll go back and see what I
Complete thread -- really s/l raw, do you think he means raw materials (used for plaster cast?)
Complete thread -- ??rod??
Complete thread -- his cast is soft in the palm. We will get s/l raw to reinforce it? nm
Complete thread -- Tikosyn
Complete thread -- I got it! Tikosyn. Thank you!
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- OMG...it was Alzheimer's disease. nm
Complete thread -- Patient with atrial fibrillation.
Complete thread -- accelerated
Complete thread -- you are mistaking Dr. Margaret for someone else. She has always been respected by one and
Complete thread -- oops...meant patient's, not patient. nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l axillated hypertension
Complete thread -- patient mom, grandmom, and great aunt had "Artherman's disease." Heavy ESL doc. nm
Complete thread -- glad you got it
Complete thread -- ? guess streaks on top of it
Complete thread -- NEW Integevity ™ – MRI pacing lead family(pacing= controls heart rate and rhythm)sm
Complete thread -- what for? poi posted the answer (and I'm sure that's right) shortly after OP.
Complete thread -- really hard to tell without hearing, can you post a wav or Mp3
Complete thread -- can you post a voice file.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- without gross deficits. Skin - no rashes.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- 88 bpm?
Complete thread -- s/l A D A B P M with first degree AV block and a PR
Complete thread -- lower extremities?
Complete thread -- 1. Peroneal tenosynovitis, left ankle. 2. s/l dorsal or partial tenosynotivis, left
Complete thread -- Neuro: _______ without gross deficit to the skin
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Please disregard.
Complete thread -- Affect congruent (semicolon); he denies
Complete thread -- Affect congruent and ______. He denies any current suicidal
Complete thread -- trauma to eye
Complete thread -- I agree with swelling.
Complete thread -- I'm going with swelling. Google showing people with swollen feet after hip surgery.
Complete thread -- I really don't know what else it could be, but....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'm just not hearing "swelling." Could there be something else (see inside)
Complete thread -- thakn you
Complete thread -- The testicle itself in consistency feels normal.
Complete thread -- and will call me after that event
Complete thread -- to get a testicular sonogram or call him after _______.
Complete thread -- Epididymis is normal. ______ consistency feels normal.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- no undescended testicle history ?
Complete thread -- Nifedical ??
Complete thread -- No infection. No _____ testicle history and never
Complete thread -- Lisinopril, Naprosyn, _______, hydrochlorothiazide, saw palmetto
Complete thread -- I did. Somebody used to get really nasty on anything she posted.
Complete thread -- Could it be incisional disruption (maybe of sutures)? Was there a surgery?
Complete thread -- An upper endoscopy was performed to rule out hiatal hernia, gastric ul ...
Complete thread -- Please have a look
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Temple Emanu-El
Complete thread -- She does not smoke and drinks 1 to 2 times a month. She is employed _ ...
Complete thread -- stop and get physical therapy
Complete thread -- he does say side effectS...It doesn't say when the steroid
Complete thread -- She saw Dr. Horwitz first on June 6, 2014 and has been receiving chiro ...
Complete thread -- IMO - no
Complete thread -- deferred? Can you tell in the rest of the report if she ever had physical therapy?
Complete thread -- can it be "gave her side effect and had to stop due to her physica ...
Complete thread -- gave her side effects and had to stop and _______? physical therapy
Complete thread -- In her previous May 2013 automobile accident, she had received epidura ...
Complete thread -- restrained
Complete thread -- I hear PGA too but we have no idea of the location or area to research that
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. That's it. ...
Complete thread -- I hear PGA mall but need a city/state to try to confirm such a thing.
Complete thread -- and she was in the parking lot of the ____ Mall ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Jeep Compass
Complete thread -- got it - TSH, T4, testosterone
Complete thread -- She was a restrainer driver of her 2011 _____. ...
Complete thread -- thought TSH was for thyroid. Is there a TSH for testosterone?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- exsanguinated
Complete thread -- TSH
Complete thread -- Marcaine plain in a posterior tibial block fashion to the left foot. ...
Complete thread -- Basic metabolic panel, hepatic panel, CBC, _______ for testosterone level,...
Complete thread -- I agree, and I never saw anyone say anything bad to her.
Complete thread -- what? treated badly? Margaret had lots of people on this board that
Complete thread -- :-) so true!
Complete thread -- Agree, if the doctor wants it cap'd (unless account specifics say otherwise), I give it to
Complete thread -- the golden rule. Whoever pays the gold makes the rules. SM
Complete thread -- what to do when a doctor wants HER2/neu typed with NEU capped?
Complete thread -- poor margaret treated badly each post, would say well just don't open the posts
Complete thread -- I got an "accidental" message from her a couple of weeks ago SM
Complete thread -- I used to exchange emails with Margaret, I was just looking to see
Complete thread -- hello poi - I'm fine, how are u :-)
Complete thread -- fine=fan
Complete thread -- unfortunately haven't seen Margaret in a while Mgt's fine...but hello to you :)
Complete thread -- (No questions). Hi to Margaret, hope you are doing good.
Complete thread -- That'd bother me too.
Complete thread -- lol - pesky ghosts
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- Agree, comma not necessary unless phrase is longer.
Complete thread -- and a comma after level: 42, below therapeutic level, but
Complete thread -- You don't need the comma...see link, scroll down to 4th paragraph of Preposition Phrase
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- Which is correct please
Complete thread -- No. Sorry. Thanks everyone for the input!
Complete thread -- Which I too was coming back to say might be a possibility, in which case you
Complete thread -- analyzing hemoptysis (for its causes and pathophysiologic mechanisms)
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- intubated for respiratory failure s/l analyzing hemoptysis. TIA!
Complete thread -- NM. Precarinal.
Complete thread -- EBUS: A large-size s/l pre-gran lymph node was noted. TIA!
Complete thread -- thank you! I can now hear that :)
Complete thread -- thank you! :) I did get that on my second time through :)
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, you need a comma after 42...without the comma it
Complete thread -- s/l he is saying "50 - 5-0" he delineates 5-0 so you don't think he said 15
Complete thread -- can wait for another ear to listen sm & click link
Complete thread -- I cannot document 55 mg
Complete thread -- 55 mg
Complete thread -- uncertain what he is saying
Complete thread -- maybe...will relisten. Thanks!
Complete thread -- maybe "rapidity 9 or 10" (see link, may be reasonable WAG?)
Complete thread -- Could it be prompt fill of dilated .....
Complete thread -- echo: "Promptful" dilated inferior vena cava with reduced pulsations suggesting s.m
Complete thread -- Fertility: motility 48 percent with s/l *rabininer* 10
Complete thread -- with a regular 6.0
Complete thread -- with a regular 6.0
Complete thread -- The laryngoscope was then removed and the patient was intubated with _ ...
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- The anterior Dedo laryngoscope was then introduced to the mouth and ad ...
Complete thread -- TYSM, Q!
Complete thread -- Scroll down to section "Closure and transfer"
Complete thread -- This link says the place the drain subfascial through a separate incision..see link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 30/30 blend setting. A loop
Complete thread -- The anterior lip of the cervix was grasped with a tenaculum utilizing ...
Complete thread -- hip arthroplasty
Complete thread -- What is the procedure?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the followup, 'it'; good show, 'poi' !
Complete thread -- Thank God there is only 1 file of this dictator. Boy! he sure is killi ...
Complete thread -- I understand. You have my sympathy. You can try shorter wav, but
Complete thread -- i didn't fasten the wav. it is his natural speed. ...
Complete thread -- guy it too fast for so many blanks on one wav file...I just can't catch up to him
Complete thread -- thanks for the confirmation :)
Complete thread -- POI and Q, remember the post about the "left in." QA said it was left in. TY
Complete thread -- At this time, the capsule was identified and transected reflecting the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- according to google they place a medial incision on first metatarsal
Complete thread -- #1 Austin-Akin bunionectomy
Complete thread -- Attention was now directed to procedure #1. Procedure #1: ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #1 bunion???
Complete thread -- #2 pes cavus
Complete thread -- Diagnoses: 1. Painful hallux abductovalgus ____ deformity to the right ...
Complete thread -- Drain was brought through s/l sub and 7 incision. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- strict sterile
Complete thread -- Possibly, thought not sure. Thanks for the suggestion. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- This was it. TYSM! Thanks to everyone for the input!
Complete thread -- sounds like strict skin (no was there) prepped and
Complete thread -- I think the equipment is "field programmable" meaning
Complete thread -- He had been given discharge instructions. He stopped his Plavix for f ...
Complete thread -- agree with loss of resistance (hear that frequently)
Complete thread -- do you hear Charnley?
Complete thread -- agree with this.
Complete thread -- could it be some type of ilium retractor?
Complete thread -- size 5 femoral component; the 52 probably refers to 52 mm
Complete thread -- that's what it sounds like to me too
Complete thread -- The s/l turn-ill-ee-um retractor placed. TIA!
Complete thread -- slash is usually a / symbol. 52 is okay, that's the size of the component.
Complete thread -- I bet it is Tuohy needle was advanced with "loss" of resistance (entered ok)
Complete thread -- Tri-Lock s/l slash five femoral component, s/l 52 acetabular component TIA!
Complete thread -- that is not verifiable either and I am not personally familiar with this procedure
Complete thread -- That's what it sounds like to me.
Complete thread -- I heard "docked-head stimulating electrode"...can't verify
Complete thread -- Is this what you want..see link..6th hit...telemetry head can
Complete thread -- wav posted again. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- can it be "on-field programming" ...
Complete thread -- It seems very clear docked-head but I just can't verify it anywhere
Complete thread -- monitor and?
Complete thread -- sorry. posted that wav again. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- sheesh I was still working on the last one :)
Complete thread -- The #0 electrode was in the T10 pedicle line. The #7 electrode was at ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- L3-L4. There is lots of resistance...
Complete thread -- #2 resistance or pain.
Complete thread -- A 14-gauge cryptic Tuohy needle was advanced in the left paramedian ap ...
Complete thread -- unfortunately no. There are many monitors going on in OP room, sorry
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Postoperative Diagnosis: Complex regional pain syndrome, left lower ex ...
Complete thread -- I heard AC monitor applied, but unable to document what it stands for
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- Her skin was prepped and draped. ____ monitor were applied. Pressure ...
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- erysipelas
Complete thread -- the patient has s/l air-oh-sip-less of the ear. TIA!
Complete thread -- I think the OP was telling you it wasn't "go as dictated" as per the first post
Complete thread -- oops I cut off part of word pneumodart
Complete thread -- Google.com is your friend. pneumodaYou could enter your phrase and it's right there LINK
Complete thread -- later in report he's saying pneumodart
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated(a dial to desired level of suction) can google.com plus UR phrase & ck
Complete thread -- Right-sided s/l pneumo dial chest tube in place.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- you can google.com plus your phrase and find 'cast banding'.
Complete thread -- they were advised to check neuro (neurological)checksnm
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Great links! TYSM
Complete thread -- see links
Complete thread -- Card cath hemodynamics: LV 94/14, 20 pulsed s/l A wave. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- cotton batting?
Complete thread -- dressed with ABD pads, s/l cast banding and bandage. TIA!
Complete thread -- what in the world, geeze slay the dragon, wow very weird you guys
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Hopefully karma is going to smack 'her' some day
Complete thread -- I know. :))
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- fluff to poi and H-to-B
Complete thread -- :) yeppers!
Complete thread -- fluff to heavens to betsy
Complete thread -- I didn't post regarding your post. I posted regarding this post talking about ultrasound
Complete thread -- You're the only one who is confused, YOU just don't realize.
Complete thread -- are you talking to yourself? It wasn't clean and simple. It
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- nothing like muddying the water on such a clean and simple answer as MRI.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking it is semantics here, i.e. misunderstanding/confused on terms.
Complete thread -- Consideration for cardiac ...
Complete thread -- REASON FOR CONSULTATION: Consider _____ cardiac catheterization.
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- even have pictures!
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- Wrong link. Here's the correct one.
Complete thread -- Yes. See link, question 4.
Complete thread -- on the wall (using the measuring lines on the canister or that it is on the wall?)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I would use mini open JMO
Complete thread -- mini-open or mini open?
Complete thread -- uncertain I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- Thanks. I went to doctor finder w/o any success, trying FL and AL. Thanks.
Complete thread -- found by googling dr. hsiang florida
Complete thread -- hematology, destin, florida
Complete thread -- Harvey Y. Hsiang, MD
Complete thread -- Help with Dr. name: Dr. Herbie Hsiang.
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to anon
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- I have no doubts that need addressing.
Complete thread -- not arguing that the correct answer is MRI, but you COULD
Complete thread -- fluff to O
Complete thread -- just returned & addressing UR doubts on sinus rhythm, rate & rhythm. sm & link
Complete thread -- I just noticed you had periods in there. Since he is going back to
Complete thread -- after "rebound tenderness is absent" I hear "Murphy sign is positive."
Complete thread -- mno, what you posted inside is not really true...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- shows the presence of
Complete thread -- correction on my statement about knee replacement. Mine
Complete thread -- Ultrasound _____ multiple gallstones
Complete thread -- rebound tenderness is absent (1st blank) but there is more after that.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- can't get the first blank, more than 1 word missing, ______ is absent. _ _ _No diffuse
Complete thread -- rectal exam was deferred, patient request
Complete thread -- periods of?
Complete thread -- presence of?
Complete thread -- couple of blanks
Complete thread -- yeah, I never did get the OPs 10,000+
Complete thread -- can hear all the medical terms - not completely sure what is before each and hear all
Complete thread -- I get 711 hits instead of 285 that way, but not 10,800.
Complete thread -- the costs in U.S. is reason so many go to other countries for much lower cost surgery.
Complete thread -- billybob - I remember you saying that before but on the final
Complete thread -- agree, MRA angiography (MRA looks at blood vessels) can see on MRI sm
Complete thread -- on PubMed, 49 and 21 hits indicates "roughly" equal, whichever you heard is acceptable SM
Complete thread -- This link might be helpful.
Complete thread -- agree sm
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I would not think twice about peritubular if that is what I heard.
Complete thread -- over 10,000 hits for paratubal cyst vs only 100 for peritubular cyst
Complete thread -- okay. I just was not sure as I was finding more hits with paratubal cyst rather than peri
Complete thread -- peritubular, around the tube, makes sense (to me)
Complete thread -- panty line?
Complete thread -- copious?
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after hip
Complete thread -- dictation what s/l peritubular cyst
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me since there were 2 EKGs...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I don't think they'd see stones on an MRA, but would on an MRI.
Complete thread -- normal sinus rhythm *or sinus bradycardia in the 50s*.
Complete thread -- MRI or MRA
Complete thread -- just a guess, but could it be perineal line?
Complete thread -- The placement for the incision on the posterior trunk was in the *penn ...
Complete thread -- Billybob there? ...
Complete thread -- The deeper fat below the Scarpa’s fascia was aspirated through multipl ...
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Localized fat deposits of abdomen and mons area with desir ...
Complete thread -- upgraded?
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Labral tear, left hip with cam and pincer impingement syndr ...
Complete thread -- The patient reports slow improvement over the last 2 weeks. He has been ______
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- Wrong link....trying again
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- WAG or a camisole
Complete thread -- no comma after cotton
Complete thread -- We will leave her JP drains in place and she will clean with alcohol a ...
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much for help. I am flaggin with a suggestion of "left in".
Complete thread -- Though I'm not sure what the doc is talking about...the medicine left in reserve?
Complete thread -- I am holding onto report for your all input. I appreciate it
Complete thread -- haha...I read it wrong. Getting late :)
Complete thread -- I hope he/she says your suggestion is the answer.
Complete thread -- Disregard
Complete thread -- I don't understand?
Complete thread -- suggestion - pick up a cheap microphone for recording wav files for this
Complete thread -- I do hope that is it because I've come up with nothing.
Complete thread -- this feet? maybe should be his feet?
Complete thread -- How old is the patient?
Complete thread -- left in reserve
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if it might be "elastin"...I'm going to research it a bit.
Complete thread -- I posted wav by sorry, my audio volume is crappy without headphones on
Complete thread -- bulls eye. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- cows?...yes to the feed buckets and feed
Complete thread -- She has intermittently tried 800 mg of ibuprofen and applied warm comp ...
Complete thread -- NOTE: think it s/b protected from the (not for the)
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV? There's something wrong with your s/l sentence.
Complete thread -- but no clear diagnosis written.
Complete thread -- condition is he was seen at the Spasticity Clinic
Complete thread -- What is his "condition" ?
Complete thread -- Working on your s/l, but note, it s/b continue (not continues)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- in a direct fashion?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- Can't get #1
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. What is #1 blank? ...
Complete thread -- NOTE: S/B This was right over (not 'right in')
Complete thread -- #2 It was caught up in the scar tissue.
Complete thread -- pls see above. extended wav posted. ...
Complete thread -- procedure is 1. Repair of radial digital nerve under the microscope ...
Complete thread -- Oh, and what is the rest of the sentence and the sentence following your s/l?
Complete thread -- Tourniquet was placed to 250 mmHg. I anesthetized the finger with 1% ...
Complete thread -- What is the surgery? May I have a longer sound clip so I can
Complete thread -- After this was done, I reopened her incision ____ right at the webspac ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- according to google that is about right
Complete thread -- That's certainly what he said.
Complete thread -- lost wages
Complete thread -- This cost however does not include the provision for ____ physical the ...
Complete thread -- oh. ok. thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- my knee replacement was close to 100,000 so not surprising.
Complete thread -- wav posted. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- I have no idea.
Complete thread -- The cost for the cervical spine is approximately *$100,000* for 1 leve ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ??AxiaLif?? see link
Complete thread -- what is your point?
Complete thread -- anterior cervical discectomy and fusion or a disc replacement for the ...
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I am writing $750 to $1000. ...
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- page 144 (sm)
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- page 144 shows 750 to 1000 dollars
Complete thread -- My excuse is that my old client always had us use numbers for phrases
Complete thread -- page 143...we should have written it out...see link
Complete thread -- I am checking BOS on how that should be transcribed
Complete thread -- $750 to $1000 ....BUT note typo..provider s/b provided
Complete thread -- 750.00 to 1000.00 dollars
Complete thread -- A neurosurgical consultation for evaluation and treatment recommendati ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- in terms of anti-inflammatories, muscle relaxants, and
Complete thread -- Medication ____ and pain medication will cost approximately $300 in to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- dollars per session.
Complete thread -- A course of occasional physical therapy will cost approximately 100 __ ...
Complete thread -- No problem. Happy to help. Always feel good when I can
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot for the patience. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- medical clearance
Complete thread -- he is dictating same thing in both blanks. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Due to the severity of the finding of the cervical spine, an anterior ...
Complete thread -- "packed in papaverine, soaked, and carried out of the field"?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- I know it logically sounds strange, but they do say it that way.
Complete thread -- #1 sewn into place
Complete thread -- #2 where we
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- I am the one who posted above blank. Will repost Referring PHysician b ...
Complete thread -- We made an incision down through skin and subcutaneous tissue. The fl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- REFERRING PHYSICIAN: ____ ...
Complete thread -- sound alike GOW may be guide
Complete thread -- actually, "perhaps" YOU clearly hear it, but that is not "clearly"what he is saying.
Complete thread -- I would hyphenate healthy-appearing (young lady) yes.
Complete thread -- Surgical absence of the right breast
Complete thread -- I am hearing "Surgical ____ of the right breast." ...
Complete thread -- extended wav posted. thanks ...
Complete thread -- can we get more of a running start on the wav?
Complete thread -- Procedure is Right nipple reconstruction. ...
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