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Complete thread -- Just reread my post from early morning s/b "and grafting"
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will leave it like that.
Complete thread -- I agree. I also wish we had the 12-hour window to work 8 hours. I miss having that.
Complete thread -- I wish we were like some places and could put a report on hold and work on something to
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Am sending a note to QA
Complete thread -- well, we didn't get much time on this one.
Complete thread -- ditto that. If you leave TAH-BSO, you can leave RPBS - it is very clear.
Complete thread -- Gantrisin
Complete thread -- and I'm late as usual.
Complete thread -- Gantrisin
Complete thread -- Have to send it as it is a stat. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- history added
Complete thread -- MP3 file, can't catch the first letter of that word.
Complete thread -- ?retropubic bladder suspension
Complete thread -- Yes...sure took the wind out of my sails...yet maybe
Complete thread -- if you don't need to expand it, he clearly says RPBS, I'd type it.
Complete thread -- I hear the P too, not V. hmmm... I can't come up with a thing for this.
Complete thread -- sure sounds like RPBS and not "V" in there.
Complete thread -- I was gonna argue that /B/ sounds just like /V/ but he's awfully clear. Dunno what it is,
Complete thread -- Posted WAV of the acronym above. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I posted a wav. See link above. It is clearly 'B', not 'V'. Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- This wav is regarding post below........... 'RPBS'. Thanks
Complete thread -- I think it is RPVS retropubic vaginal sling see link
Complete thread -- ??retropubic vaginal sling?? ...
Complete thread -- #2 normal results, full participation?
Complete thread -- ? APPF (anterior/posterior pelvic floor)
Complete thread -- ??robotic prolapse bladder sling/suspension/surgery ?? still
Complete thread -- That would make sense that it would be w/o comma: Bladder suspension with posterior repair
Complete thread -- then, BS could be bladder suspension
Complete thread -- Could not find that acronym either. But separately, RP could be rectal prolapse or
Complete thread -- I'm not finding RPBS, but still looking.
Complete thread -- thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- hmm...listened again to try#2 and now I hear "no evidence of mass or inguinal hernia" for
Complete thread -- who has undergone a TAH-BSO 'RPBS,' posterior repair, lysis of adhesions ...
Complete thread -- Markese Tucker is a basketball player. just 1 more spelling for ya.
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- #1 ?no masses or hernia
Complete thread -- RASS = Richmond agitation sedation scale
Complete thread -- 1- no obvious mass or inguinal hernia
Complete thread -- s/l rass sm for context please
Complete thread -- I found 2 baby name sites that spell it Marquis, but a parent
Complete thread -- I also know one that pronounces it Marcus but spells Marquez - so who knows?
Complete thread -- Jaguars football player named Marqise Lee (no u) but most spell it Marquise.
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says, unable to slow down
Complete thread -- Maybe that is the actual male spelling for a name instead of a title
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks.
Complete thread -- I relistened. It definitely sounds like Marquis
Complete thread -- where I'm from Marquis is pronounced "mar-kee" as a last name...lol
Complete thread -- I actually find it more common for men to spell it "Marquise" with an "e" than without -
Complete thread -- He does have a rash that he thinks is tinea.
Complete thread -- WAV file, thanks
Complete thread -- It sounds more like Marquis but I like Marcus. Considering changing
Complete thread -- So his name was not Marcus but Marquis? I find the
Complete thread -- sounds like happens. I will make a wav real quick
Complete thread -- First name for a guy. We just spell phonetically, so am leaving Marquis.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Also marquis can also be spelled marquess per OneLook
Complete thread -- Google shows the wife of a marquis is a marchioness.
Complete thread -- Great minds think alike. That was exactly how I searched...
Complete thread -- Never mind. I think I have decided he is a guy now. Wish he would make up his mind.
Complete thread -- ??sanitizing?? otherwise see link for other possible phrases
Complete thread -- If a name sounds like Marquis (you can hear the S at the end) how would you spell the
Complete thread -- he is east Indian
Complete thread -- oops! I'm dislocated here! meant for the post below
Complete thread -- east indian (is that politically correct?)
Complete thread -- is he Asian? Probably is Nasonex.
Complete thread -- works in Metrorail in maintenance, exposed to cleaning and "templazing" agents
Complete thread -- Dr. keeps referring to Nasarex for seasonal allergies, but I only find Nasonex? nm
Complete thread -- Hmm. I wondered about something like that but couldn't find it
Complete thread -- probably. SM for link
Complete thread -- thank you ! :) I hear that now :)
Complete thread -- yep, what poi said.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- She is really unable to do anything because of headaches
Complete thread -- oops..here's the link
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- see link..this may be what you refer to, but I admit it is
Complete thread -- s/l extraphyseal extra-articular fracture??
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- he was treated with shave biopsy in the usual
Complete thread -- just read an article local trash company upgrading to a "spinner"
Complete thread -- Yes, and when I went back to search for further
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- perhaps means to his FDP and "in grafting" to the ulnar distal nerve
Complete thread -- Obviously slangy and not commonly heard, but I like it too.
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Probably binner. He words things oddly sometimes. ESL.
Complete thread -- Ooooooh, I like it!
Complete thread -- binner?
Complete thread -- trash collector?
Complete thread -- ??as a trash picker??
Complete thread -- thank you both!! :) could not hear that before, but now I do :)
Complete thread -- TED hose
Complete thread -- TED hose
Complete thread -- cannot catch
Complete thread -- works as a trash spinner. Smokes 5-6 cigarettes a day.
Complete thread -- transvaginally?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!! :) that is it! :) yay! that was last one too... just went back and heard
Complete thread -- I hear "term spontaneous vaginal delivery"
Complete thread -- here is next dictation... gonna post WAV
Complete thread -- unfortunately not... now typing a 1wo born via _____ (s/l transplantation vaginal delivery
Complete thread -- ??status post ____ months vaginal delivery??
Complete thread -- he says same thing for next dictation who delivered too. ??
Complete thread -- ??status post ___ weeks vaginal delivery??
Complete thread -- status post transplant. She had a vaginal delivery...
Complete thread -- thank you! :)(
Complete thread -- Oops. Yes, he did. That type was just here though, not in my report. :)
Complete thread -- cannot catch, cannot slow down
Complete thread -- 1) He may be saying "extensive workup." 2) Empirical works for me.nm
Complete thread -- I would add a comma after "jog"
Complete thread -- Yes, that makes sense. Thx
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- empirical physical therapy?
Complete thread -- or comma after jog too ?
Complete thread -- vomiting, fever, chills, ____ complaints
Complete thread -- denies nausea, vomiting, fever, chills, _____.
Complete thread -- I would think "tumor and lymphatics" because they would
Complete thread -- OneLook shows this adjective with no hyphen. Similar to
Complete thread -- Correct for comma placement this sentence?
Complete thread -- unable to slow down, cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Tumor and lymphatics or tumor in lymphatics?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think they are recently getting popular again. I just use a bong.
Complete thread -- Totally. OP take note.
Complete thread -- well controlled (no hyphen)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- thank you both! Just could not hear it :)
Complete thread -- ? post-ovulatory
Complete thread -- wart to her neck, status post shave biopsy per above
Complete thread -- s/l Wart to her neck, status post..etc
Complete thread -- postovulatory?
Complete thread -- s/l Wart _____ status post shave biopsy per above.
Complete thread -- cannot catch... cannot slow down
Complete thread -- en·graft gerund or present participle: engrafting- another term for graft
Complete thread -- I very much disagree with your QA on that.
Complete thread -- In the acct specs is to follow AAMT/verbatim acct...which makes things tricky
Complete thread -- see link....various articles indicate choosing between
Complete thread -- hand surgery
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Been a while since I've heard 'hookah' - or shared one.
Complete thread -- The left ovary had **post ova laterally** corpus luteum cyst.
Complete thread -- addendum The main contention is whether the blood is exo-peritoneal or endo-peritoneal in
Complete thread -- exo- prefix outside" or "external," as in exoskeleton 1 example.
Complete thread -- Bet that is it~ Thanks
Complete thread -- you mean like hugo OR whugo or two words?
Complete thread -- extraperitoneal?
Complete thread -- hookah
Complete thread -- good idea, should have it in your written guidelines(acct specifics)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- I tried drugs.com wild card & phonetic search, no luck.
Complete thread -- the uterosacral ligament and cardinal ligaments as sl*exo-peritoneal* approach.
Complete thread -- just found it in BOS2 p. 266. Thanks!
Complete thread -- this sounds like hugo whugo. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- dyspnea on exertion is what it should be
Complete thread -- I would take these specific examples and ask QA to clarify how they want it in writing.
Complete thread -- dyspnea on exertion, small polyps, postmenopausal one word
Complete thread -- RxList does not list this med, Drugs.com shows it
Complete thread -- Unless shows a legit source in archives and on board, i would not assume, nope.
Complete thread -- they stated that was the proper way to type it, was the registered name :(
Complete thread -- seems like your QA is inconsistent. BOS (and most accts) say only cap first letter.
Complete thread -- ?positive dyspnea on exertion
Complete thread -- I got corrected on double-J stent as well to Double J stent (cap no hyphen)
Complete thread -- Glad to hear it. I felt I had to say it in case you didn't know.
Complete thread -- what about AQUACEL Ag?? I used to only type that with A capped, QA capped all of it
Complete thread -- I hear it, but can't get it. s/l Elezin to me.
Complete thread -- RxList shows it Temovate. When you click on that it
Complete thread -- I believe QA means cap first letter only. All caps is company advertising gimmick. sm
Complete thread -- I myself would not guess, was hoping I would get guesses by others so I could figure it
Complete thread -- is it TEMOVATE or Temovate. I see both in archives and google.
Complete thread -- I am getting the sound, but don't know the answer and I
Complete thread -- pulps=polyps
Complete thread -- I even opened in a different browser and it plays ??
Complete thread -- it is playing for me?? have refreshed several times??
Complete thread -- I'm having no luck confirming this
Complete thread -- then someone is deleting it because I have posted it twice now and checked and doublecheck
Complete thread -- Your WAV is not there
Complete thread -- what is the question?
Complete thread -- anyone??? guesses??
Complete thread -- Several things sm
Complete thread -- Consultation,Mild anemia and leukocytosis.
Complete thread -- allergy help
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- okay!! Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- oops...The SECTION is called Laparoscopy Bipolar sm
Complete thread -- Ms. Lynn might also be a "Ms. Lin" unless you know for sure there is a Ms. Lynn
Complete thread -- found laparoscopy bipolar alligator forceps (with photo) sm
Complete thread -- I hear extensive eh eh ... I would say he is trying to spit out extensively
Complete thread -- extensively? Or a name? Hate this guy.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- intensivist ________,
Complete thread -- Bipolar "gator"??? I know there are alligator forceps but can't find s.m.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- extensively?
Complete thread -- i am trying to post mp3 file but it is getting stuck at 79% every time ...
Complete thread -- recurrent otitis media, _____ and nocturnal bruxism.
Complete thread -- This was discussed with the intensivist *extensor*
Complete thread -- lichenification?
Complete thread -- meant to write child with eczema
Complete thread -- +
Complete thread -- Thank you "nm" again. What might not sound right or make sense, often does.
Complete thread -- well stop being snarky & stalking. What is point of your posts. See-eeeee.
Complete thread -- I think you're right..that makes more sense.
Complete thread -- yes, clipped sentence and limited typing space. Some people are overly critical
Complete thread -- thank you "nm" Frequently what might not 'sound right/make sense",actually is.
Complete thread -- maybe sentences reads like so, two different tests, w/thread and vibration
Complete thread -- I hate saying nm was correct, but it appears he/she was..sm
Complete thread -- pedis (artery) loss
Complete thread -- no, not necessarily. Requests have been made, then they often do
Complete thread -- any dx of rotator cuff tear? w/surgery maybe
Complete thread -- Finally got "into" this article. It was a revision disc sm
Complete thread -- If OP was able to post a voice file, it probably would have been done in the first
Complete thread -- I don't think so. While I was researching, the various
Complete thread -- can post a voice file, that would help, bet it IS sounded nm
Complete thread -- nerve root sounded makes sense to me. ultrasound imaging) nerve root to foramen (opening)
Complete thread -- here is an MT surgery report including foraminotomies which
Complete thread -- this link seems to indicate it s/b through (not to) its foramen
Complete thread -- I found that book that says "the foramen can be sounded" see
Complete thread -- Since you say, "The nerve root was AGAIN sounded..., what
Complete thread -- No...I'm not convinced myself. I want to search some more.
Complete thread -- I mean..the nerve was followed freely to..etc
Complete thread -- ?? the nerve was followed to??
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Right L2-L3 disk herniation. Procedures: ...
Complete thread -- Meanwhile wonder if it is "followed" ??
Complete thread -- typo MORE background
Complete thread -- Can you provide for background, i.e.what procedure? dx?
Complete thread -- The nerve root was again *sounded* freely to its foramen. ...
Complete thread -- Or maybe "forward head and shoulders" with sounds possibly
Complete thread -- forward head and rounded shoulders
Complete thread -- how about forward tilted shoulders?
Complete thread -- Thanks...I will check it out.
Complete thread -- hunched? hooded doesn't really make sense (to me). However,
Complete thread -- this link starts at page 1
Complete thread -- Exact phrase "forward hooded shoulders" had no hits, BUT
Complete thread -- How about..which minimally indents ventral thecal sac ?? That
Complete thread -- anyone heard of "hooded shoulders" before?
Complete thread -- THank you.
Complete thread -- looks good to me
Complete thread -- That is how I would do it. JMO
Complete thread -- ...which minimally indents the ventral thecal sac without definite...
Complete thread -- agree with intractable plantar keratosis
Complete thread -- Is sentence okay without comma?
Complete thread -- diminished is not the same as absent; a response can be absent
Complete thread -- thanks for the feedback
Complete thread -- Based on the statement that the peroneal artery was
Complete thread -- Posterior tibial completely occludes at level of the ankle w/ incomplete*peri-loss*
Complete thread -- If it is of any help, this Illustrated Dictionary of Podiatry and
Complete thread -- makes sense now!
Complete thread -- agree - my mom has severe peripheral neuropathy and can't feel it even if I step on her
Complete thread -- Where I work, if we absolutely can NOT determine the expansion, then it is acceptable to
Complete thread -- Think his meaning is absence of sensation which is
Complete thread -- seems more like it should read:
Complete thread -- just my opinion but absence of Semmes-Weinstein monofilament sounds strange
Complete thread -- I am going to guess in this case it is intractable plantar keratosis because plan states
Complete thread -- IPK has 2 meanings in Stedman's ortho, unsure which expansion to use
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- I think you nailed it, OP!
Complete thread -- thinking he is saying fibroepithelioma
Complete thread -- ??? anyone??
Complete thread -- ??neck, immediately subcapital??
Complete thread -- have it as both MP3 and WAV now
Complete thread -- it is there. I just now checked again. Maybe refresh ??
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing anything on mp3.
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- sad
Complete thread -- ??Confianza?? see link nm
Complete thread -- I corrected that part, thank you!! I just sent with a blank.
Complete thread -- My kindle won't pull up the wav or mp3 files
Complete thread -- ?usually 0.014, isn't it? cant find s/l
Complete thread -- Comminuted fracture of the left femoral neck, **immediate** subcapital
Complete thread -- yes! that is it! thank you so much!
Complete thread -- why can't you listen?
Complete thread -- can't listen so WAG: Capio?
Complete thread -- cannot catch
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- Next, a 0.14 s/l *con-gen-sa** wire was passed down and over the wire.
Complete thread -- well, I meant for medical use, for the OP
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- I am hearing: "CARDIOVASCULAR: Distal intact upper
Complete thread -- Sorry, nursing home visit by a Urology guy
Complete thread -- wav file, this is not a good afternoon!
Complete thread -- Me and my typos...Not "it put" ....s/b "I put"
Complete thread -- I had no idea either. After reading this thread, it put
Complete thread -- Sometimes they get back to me. Most of the time, they don't. If they do, I will post.
Complete thread -- maybe that. I listened and had no idea, but it does s/l LUTS. Let us know if that was it.
Complete thread -- Will flag and ask them to let me know. thanks
Complete thread -- Doing some more searching and found LUTS - lower urinary tract symptoms
Complete thread -- wav file - this is going to be one of those 'forehead slappers'
Complete thread -- It looks like a clipped sentence to me, and as often as I hear my docs speaking this way,
Complete thread -- I am so sick of you telling people to "go away" when they disagree with you.
Complete thread -- I had to read it a couple times to get it too...
Complete thread -- go away and anyone does not always google, trying to help/save time
Complete thread -- yep, suggested and accepted, OP said thanks, and anyone can Google what SMA means
Complete thread -- whatcha talkin bout
Complete thread -- Gore-Tex is actually a type of material - I have a jacket made out of it.
Complete thread -- and even if you can't - SM
Complete thread -- as suggested already SMA & here is what it is sm
Complete thread -- works for me
Complete thread -- I don't know why, but when you post "can post voice file" just rubs me. Why not, can YOU
Complete thread -- Gore-Tex is a type of mesh "patch" -
Complete thread -- I can't explain why not. I just tried the link and it worked. sm
Complete thread -- link won't open
Complete thread -- this company, Gore & Associates, Inc., have huge array of products sm
Complete thread -- O as I was reading, I to considered ventral, so far found no controlled, but ya never know
Complete thread -- either way, I'm pretty sure the "controlled" part should be "ventral"
Complete thread -- there is a composite one apparently..see link nm
Complete thread -- Kugel patch was placed into the peritoneal cavity with *goretex*portion facing inward
Complete thread -- Yes, I'm thinking vein. ESL doctor, who otherwise pronounces vein clearly. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Now I hear it too.
Complete thread -- ??anterior calf vein connected??
Complete thread -- On "controlled" can post voice file? I've heard of indent/indentation sm
Complete thread -- Listening again and again, I think phenotype is correct.
Complete thread -- I thought definitive but that made no sense at all!
Complete thread -- incompetent anterior "calf-wyn" connected to the cluster of varicose veins. tia nm
Complete thread -- given the phenotype is ....?
Complete thread -- I THINK she stumbles and corrects herself to say
Complete thread -- I considered "indenting", but since the word "with" was
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- That was it!! Injury related to!! Thank you and thank you also to the poster
Complete thread -- typo..s/b ??which occurred as injury related to performing..nm
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- ??which occurred as injury injury related to performing
Complete thread -- in June related to?
Complete thread -- might be "indenting ventral thecal sac" SM
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Not sure where to even begin with this one.
Complete thread -- CPT and ICD-9 are 2 different things, though, SO ICD-9 'of' ... would be correct too.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- I like that better than putting in 'of' like I did, thanks
Complete thread -- Here's my thinking..sm
Complete thread -- my acct has us do it CPT: 99232 (or whatever the # is)
Complete thread -- when you do ICD-9s, like in an assessment, do you separate the 9 from the code?
Complete thread -- ??minimally indented ventral thecal sac??....
Complete thread -- intended might fit better or minimal indent...
Complete thread -- Cervical spine MRI
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- that's what I found, too
Complete thread -- unfortunately that is what I heard, in the order he said it :(
Complete thread -- never mind (glass)
Complete thread -- injection for radicular pain using a Racz catheter, pls sm for question
Complete thread -- Also...sm
Complete thread -- I work on a UK account so that is where I was taught this
Complete thread -- Also, I wonder if it is not..."in this ischemic" rather than "and" nm
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- in height makes sense
Complete thread -- X-ray
Complete thread -- 2 thoughts - SMA syndrome - Behcet's disease
Complete thread -- check out "SMA syndrome" - I think that might be it.
Complete thread -- s/l bess-ah-may syndrome (see message)
Complete thread -- what is "sided partial tear" - sure it is not left- or right-sided?
Complete thread -- I used to think it was "bad" and edited it out, and later found out it is perfectly OK in
Complete thread -- We Americans are taught to believe it's bad English, but go to England and other parts of
Complete thread -- looks fine to me (if verbatim, leave GOT in) Kinda long, but I'd go as is.
Complete thread -- mine has not said anything to me for that =/ verbatim, but we correct if wrong
Complete thread -- I'd go with We cannot use got on our account as it is "bad" English
Complete thread -- does this look correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I use one look as well and have a shortcut in IT to copy the word
Complete thread -- sorry, used to my account.
Complete thread -- 6 items, (so comma after coil) stents, grafts, filter, coil, shunts.
Complete thread -- OneLook for me too. I have it bookmarked among my favorites.
Complete thread -- I guess it is an ADL for some :)
Complete thread -- other blank is Dr. Shneyderman :) thanks!
Complete thread -- I use the OneLook box - it gives a choice of many dictionaries.
Complete thread -- "OK Granny, let's get you bathed and dressed, and let me snort up that line for ya!"
Complete thread -- Any suggestions on a good (free) online dictionary? dictionary.com apparently
Complete thread -- We do as well. ;)
Complete thread -- I turned it in with a blank. This could be it, though. I will
Complete thread -- activity-related?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- filter, coil, shunt (sounds like multiple items to me)
Complete thread -- filter
Complete thread -- unsure what she says.
Complete thread -- good job - new one to me
Complete thread -- new Gel-Syn sodium hyaluronate is injected into osteoarthritic knee joint
Complete thread -- I don't know about OP, but where I work we use that last comma.
Complete thread -- GOT IT Chlorsig
Complete thread -- no comma after swelling
Complete thread -- navicular?
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- Possible medial meniscus tear
Complete thread -- maybe Nasal Soft CPAP Cushion is compatible with nasal and full face masks
Complete thread -- thank you! all I kept hearing was "a vessel seated left shift" =/
Complete thread -- with an associated left shift
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- No but nasal makes sense.
Complete thread -- Sometimes VR just tickles me - should be cooking -
Complete thread -- I'm calling it a fluke. Thanks anyway. Didn't find anything on TES
Complete thread -- All of the sudden, VR came up with "NaSal" CPAP, BiPAP.
Complete thread -- I don't get that attitude until later in the day.. Now it is just a sigh and a shake of
Complete thread -- I want to grab her and shake her and say "open your damn mouth!"
Complete thread -- agree - I usually use the : but looks confusing here, so I think "to" is OK.
Complete thread -- I knew it was either arthralgia or arthritis. Just could not get the ending for sure.
Complete thread -- I think she says "myalgias, arthralgias" (no "or") but so slurrrrrry.
Complete thread -- I normally do the first way but that almost looks confusing to read. I understand
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- levobunolol?
Complete thread -- Tp uses s/l labuminal eyedrops in the a.m.
Complete thread -- how to type this...sm
Complete thread -- found this Pod is a housing area dedicated to inmates with mental health issues
Complete thread -- COR
Complete thread -- What "We have removed these keywords cmp"means
Complete thread -- Idk. Nothing stated other than mental health history and exam.
Complete thread -- does the patient have staph (infection) along with the staff (people) intervened
Complete thread -- Patient with staff was s/l pod-based and put on observation. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 1. Classic giving away of 2. sudden give
Complete thread -- ____ scar tissue was noted. No ____ was noted to suggest fracture. W ...
Complete thread -- okay, glad you got the correct answer :)
Complete thread -- That wasn't me. Just someone trying to be helpful I guess.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for my new fact of the day :)
Complete thread -- sorry, are you the OP?
Complete thread -- It is listed in the dictation poi. Not all use this term, but often enough to hear it,
Complete thread -- cor is another word that is Latin for heart. Cap it if heading
Complete thread -- cardio? What comes after this? Did he give info on heart yet?
Complete thread -- s/l core regular rate and rhythm. TIA!
Complete thread -- found this Filtered by [cmp Progesterone 100mg SR cap]
Complete thread -- Tho I have seen it hyphenated, Dorland's (see link) shows
Complete thread -- Toomey (the name of a bladder evacuator) nm
Complete thread -- TURP. After s/l too-me evacuation (see inside)
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- One of the hits is for a Closurefast ablation cather which
Complete thread -- base excess
Complete thread -- PO2 is 35. Basic s/l cyst is -2. TIA!
Complete thread -- There is another way to look at this. SM
Complete thread -- those seem to be more consistent with a cardiac cath burn?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Oh I'm glad you found it. I was just comining back to
Complete thread -- it is Acinetobacter baumannii :)
Complete thread -- May not be pneumonia...check out list of types of acinetobacter sm
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- ??acinetobacter pneumonia" but check my spelling..nm
Complete thread -- patient with pneumonia and cultured for s/l a-see-no-vac-you-lo-mon-ee
Complete thread -- I googled and came up with these possibilities. See link. nm
Complete thread -- wakeboards is one word too.
Complete thread -- see quoto from Guide to Grammar and Writting at sm
Complete thread -- no apostrophe needed for bikes, commas look good to me.
Complete thread -- Does this sentence read ok for
Complete thread -- s/l burn of the catheter (foreign body in vein op report) sm
Complete thread -- I see. Had that wrong all along. Thanks.
Complete thread -- no, because 2 things were in that syringe, you are injecting 2 things, not the syringe.
Complete thread -- 0.5% Marcaine and 1% lidocaine with epinephrine 'were' injected.
Complete thread -- thanks both!
Complete thread -- agree with GI
Complete thread -- my vote is GI
Complete thread -- you are most welcome
Complete thread -- ??
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you so very much!! :)
Complete thread -- must put under ROS headers. Which one should this go under?
Complete thread -- griseofulvin
Complete thread -- just got it! "screening medical" and Spurling maneuver
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- wow, not just good, but GREAT job!
Complete thread -- could it be THE medical examination was normal?? not sure or other
Complete thread -- Pulling my hair out with this ESL, sm plse
Complete thread -- anyone hear of CMP progesterone SR 1 daily? med list
Complete thread -- yes, I think that's it! thank you
Complete thread -- SSOF is acronym for single system organ failure, but can't document w/agents
Complete thread -- all sulfa?
Complete thread -- I bet that's it. I hope OP comes back and sees it.
Complete thread -- Due to worsening renal dysfunction, taken off metformin and s/l "all soff" agents.
Complete thread -- Dr. Guillermo Portillo-Ramila?
Complete thread -- ruh-mel, ram-mel, porsha, porsh-ee-o?
Complete thread -- San Antonio, Texas
Complete thread -- what state?
Complete thread -- ewwww! haha
Complete thread -- ah... methinks I spoke too soon. I think you (and Q) are right, I'm wrong; weak support.
Complete thread -- s/l Portio Rammel, MD
Complete thread -- I'd give her "a canine (dog)"
Complete thread -- Where can we search for resident surgical assistant?
Complete thread -- I don't think that would work
Complete thread -- I am concerned about using pericardio or even
Complete thread -- Thank you...
Complete thread -- This does...
Complete thread -- As answered further down the page, I wonder if it is
Complete thread -- What comes to mind is a surgical "lab specimen" where,
Complete thread -- Orthopedic Impression
Complete thread -- Yes. Here is another link confirming that the
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- x-rays cervical spine
Complete thread -- that's what I was thinking - fair minus TO fair; if no "to" dictated, "fair minus/fair"
Complete thread -- Thank you. My search results were not overwhelmingly convincing
Complete thread -- this link indicates grading of Fair Minus (with the minus
Complete thread -- I think that is it! Thank you thank you!!
Complete thread -- thank you! I can clearly hear that now that you say it :)
Complete thread -- like saying class grade was C (minus C) ie going below the C a bit
Complete thread -- ?Gaenslen's sign for lumbar/sacroiliac inflammation pain by moving the hip
Complete thread -- This patient lives at home with...
Complete thread -- unable to catch what she says
Complete thread -- Balance is *fair minus fair*. The patient most likely can go home.
Complete thread -- pericardial cardiomyopathy would work
Complete thread -- SI joint pain patient has positive s/l "glayson" test
Complete thread -- 32-year-old female presents for consultation with
Complete thread -- I'm biting my tongue... too many possibilities
Complete thread -- Thanks to everyone. I closed out, came back in and this
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- Oh, you are baaaaad! ;-) nm
Complete thread -- x2 weeks as well as Prelone
Complete thread -- Yea, me too, but I even closed out the whole internet and brought it up twice with nada.
Complete thread -- Thank you all. I thought it was white after googling, but wanted back-up from you all.
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- something smells funny here...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- since we are all being so polite now, I apologize for jumping on you.
Complete thread -- This reference does not relate to the procedure being done..sm
Complete thread -- agree - fistula. SM for a VR funny on fish/fistula.
Complete thread -- agree, they come in colors, blue, white etc
Complete thread -- I sometimes have to reload both pages, the Word page and the wav page
Complete thread -- I even refreshed the page a few times, looks like they've been deleted?
Complete thread -- I can't hear them either.
Complete thread -- Blue doesn't need capitalized
Complete thread -- Guess AO=aortic stenosis, if so, tabby= TAVI=transcatheter aorticvalve implantation
Complete thread -- I think "white" (usually hear white-load)
Complete thread -- fistula would fit in there??
Complete thread -- THanks
Complete thread -- googling brings up GIA staplers using white load (cartridge) nm
Complete thread -- . If he requires further dialysis, a temporary catheter and possible *fish* in the n
Complete thread -- We tested with, it was...Thank you!!
Complete thread -- ? resuscitive
Complete thread -- No problem at all. Mine was a stat and I ended up with more than the 1 blank. We
Complete thread -- Small bowel was divided with a*wide*GIA 60, and 120 cm distal to that a side-to-side
Complete thread -- If it makes you feel better, I am very sorry.
Complete thread -- ??We tested with??
Complete thread -- patient for severe AS who had a recent *tabby* on 05/01/2014.
Complete thread -- ?? Retested with??
Complete thread -- and apparently didn't check first either - not even an apology?
Complete thread -- I am flagging mine. He got faster and slurred more.
Complete thread -- That's exactly what she's saying. Complete with attitude.
Complete thread -- there is also MCA dot sign is the cross-section equivalent of the hyperdense MCA sign.
Complete thread -- thanks and no one is making you answer :) Did not post over someone else on purpose.
Complete thread -- S/L*re-sus-ive* 120 mL of methylene Blue with no leak and under water with no leak.
Complete thread -- I seem to be having a problem with the WAV and mp3 sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- holycrap. If you slow him down, you can probably get it. I got most of it.
Complete thread -- Aranesp?? Flomax? Guessing, do not hear them well
Complete thread -- as MTs should B aware just cuz not heard of it OR don't get IT does not mean not exist
Complete thread -- "alive to this possibility" is a phrase that is used...if you
Complete thread -- alerted, aware, apprised ?
Complete thread -- medications
Complete thread -- I'm not going to try on this -- you posted over someone else's wav
Complete thread -- suggestion --
Complete thread -- I am only hearing the last 3 WAVs; yours is not coming thru
Complete thread -- New Omidria (phenylephrine and ketorolac injection) cataracts surg.
Complete thread -- labs ?s
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- wav file, same guy
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! All of you.
Complete thread -- so you are saying OP should delete dictation because you don't understand it?
Complete thread -- Also I think "and by EMS," is not quite right. I think it is sm
Complete thread -- stumbled...changed mind, , noted to be in tachypneic
Complete thread -- ?he was found to be notably tachynpneic, in respiratory..etc
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wav file, I think there is a word in there..
Complete thread -- Can you read the link and get back to me, please?
Complete thread -- Of course you should!! Are you new???
Complete thread -- found this diaphragm–stomach–esophagus–stomach–diaphragm (Video 17 )
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hyperdensity is what was dictated
Complete thread -- No, you shouldn't. It pertains to the Nissen procedure.
Complete thread -- chloride is usually what goes there
Complete thread -- leave it: stomach-esophagus-stomach
Complete thread -- small is not really "as opposed to acute" - anyway, looks like it was just smoldering
Complete thread -- sodium is 136, potassium 4.1, *fly* 100, bicarb 27, glucose 127,
Complete thread -- smoldering is correct
Complete thread -- wonder is hyperdensity in left MCA is hyperintensity?
Complete thread -- answers questions appropriately
Complete thread -- I think small is fine, they use term small and large in dictation
Complete thread -- awake, alert, pleasant ________, follows simple commands
Complete thread -- It is just smoldering.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I would either expect to hear ...sm
Complete thread -- in no acute distress. 153/75, heart rate etc..nm
Complete thread -- ?? Pepcid, Zofran. The patient was on 81 mg of aspirin..etc nm
Complete thread -- s/l smoldering cholangitis
Complete thread -- in no acute distress. ______, heart rate 76, respirations 18, temp
Complete thread -- Lovenox, Pepcid, Zofran _______, 81 mg of aspirin daily
Complete thread -- Thank you very much
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- EKG reveals SINUS RHYTHM with ventricular...
Complete thread -- 1st blank: for further workup nm
Complete thread -- He may be saying "stomach esophago-stomach", BUT
Complete thread -- 2nd blank: further intervention if there is...
Complete thread -- didn't we already answer this below?
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- some hyperdensity in the left ______ sign. EKG reveals sinuses
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tyy
Complete thread -- moving all four extremities fully, deep tendon reflexes symmetrical...
Complete thread -- could represent a dense MCA sign
Complete thread -- I do not see any drift ________ asymmetrical, plantar is downgoing
Complete thread -- in the left MCA territory which could be present _______.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would just take out the first "stomach" so to speak:))
Complete thread -- sl **stomach esophago-stomach**..He says twice, ESL
Complete thread -- How very thorough of her!
Complete thread -- ty as context fits
Complete thread -- i'd agree with coronary here.
Complete thread -- yeah, nasolabial fold is #2 (lb beat me to it)
Complete thread -- like almost 20 minutes. left MCA territory, which could represent a ...
Complete thread -- nasolabial fold on the right is #2
Complete thread -- #1 - mostly in the form of receptive aphasia
Complete thread -- two questions
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- appeared mostly ______. He also had slightly decreased ______ on the right.
Complete thread -- A stroke code was called. He underwent a stat head CT or
Complete thread -- A stroke code was called
Complete thread -- A stroke was ______, underwent stat head
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- she always mentions the health status of the patient's pets.
Complete thread -- yep, you got it
Complete thread -- not only that, but what does the canine dog's health have to do
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had already sent in but it is nice to know.
Complete thread -- and a/the polyp in the endometrium ....
Complete thread -- Yep - her choice. I don't edit out dumbness either.
Complete thread -- extremity, neurologic, and musculoskeletal exam negative
Complete thread -- would you give her something like this? I did - I figured it's not wrong and it's her choi
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks
Complete thread -- musculoskeletal exam - seems like there is word before that.
Complete thread -- think so
Complete thread -- MP3 file instead
Complete thread -- is musculoskeletal in there?
Complete thread -- The ________ is negative
Complete thread -- wav file thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I want a canine cat
Complete thread -- stress-related episodes -- decrease in coping skills (makes much more sense)
Complete thread -- they try to sound so smart, don't they?
Complete thread -- maybe "decrease in coping skills" ?
Complete thread -- decreasing *and* coping skills causing the patient
Complete thread -- Under social history: They have a canine dog that is healthy. As opposed to a human
Complete thread -- Says it is a bad link
Complete thread -- I agree with oaompp...I would not use a comma either ...
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- guess Rose geranium oil is
Complete thread -- ?therapeutic ?supportive
Complete thread -- ?Aberrant kinematic intersegmental hypermobility..etc nm
Complete thread -- yes, autologous blood
Complete thread -- This is the one I use all the time - I just clicked on it and it
Complete thread -- LOL!!
Complete thread -- Is there any other website apart from this?
Complete thread -- Ortho Exercises S/L
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- I use the doctor search on this page.
Complete thread -- mebbe foraminal
Complete thread -- No...
Complete thread -- Compression Test
Complete thread -- Which is best website for doctor search and surgical assistant search.
Complete thread -- he takes s/l German oil one tablet o.d. (? naturopathic)
Complete thread -- You were spot on again! Thanks
Complete thread -- haha...that was funny...I remember when you told us that joke :)
Complete thread -- 'scuse me, didn't mean to end in a preposition... I meant to say, "Where you at, bitch?"
Complete thread -- That is exactly what it was. When I stopped trying to have curved - it fit perfectly!
Complete thread -- perfectly!
Complete thread -- Sorry its United States
Complete thread -- limit the search to what?
Complete thread -- that'd fit
Complete thread -- agree - what is united nations? (you ended your question with "at") where are you?
Complete thread -- or CurvTek
Complete thread -- Its Luling, thanks. I just mention UN to limit the search.
Complete thread -- there is Mitek knotless anchor system but Mitek doesn't fit the blanks either
Complete thread -- I just found something called a CurvTek device and I bet this is what he is
Complete thread -- CurvTec?
Complete thread -- all I can think of is hex, but that wouldn't fit for holes ?
Complete thread -- Doing a rotator cuff tear - sounds like teck tec tech?
Complete thread -- was "united nation" dictated? and where are you at?
Complete thread -- I will listen again..
Complete thread -- Thanks..
Complete thread -- Louisiana too
Complete thread -- there is a Luling Texas
Complete thread -- s/l Dicated as Lu Ling, united nation.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- could that first word be posttraumatic?
Complete thread -- 3-4
Complete thread -- dorsal three-four compartment....is this how you would put it
Complete thread -- intersegmental (2nd word)
Complete thread -- Orthopedics
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?vector
Complete thread -- I do it this way too, and not sure if it is right or wrong.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- not sure, but omega-3 is not capitalized
Complete thread -- Ah, thanks so much. I should have gotten those.
Complete thread -- agree with both the guess of orthosis and no hyphen
Complete thread -- 1 - and alternatives; 2 - the wrap being
Complete thread -- wav file - this will be a Belsey Mark IV fundoplication op
Complete thread -- orbitomalar angles reveals a relative negative *nectar*
Complete thread -- I thought it was barium. I agree with poor sentence!
Complete thread -- barium (not a very good sentence, imo)
Complete thread -- Just me but I would not use a comma in that sentence at all.
Complete thread -- wav file, stomach problems for years and review of scans, EGD, colonoscopy, etc
Complete thread -- Other potential treatment options include Lacrisert, *autologous blood*, scleral-base
Complete thread -- I do it just like you did it, but I can't guarantee it is correct.
Complete thread -- and they apparently have some magical properties?
Complete thread -- Please! Suggestions on punctuating participial phrases at end of sentence (sm)
Complete thread -- there are other types of bezoars, see link (PDF file)
Complete thread -- post-injury shouldn't be hyphenated IMO. anything else wrong besides the ankle?
Complete thread -- spose not - but view demonstrates and views demonstrate
Complete thread -- I guess it didn't matter
Complete thread -- views demonstrate. (I don't know how much grammar matters)
Complete thread -- demonstrate or demonstrates?
Complete thread -- Your 2nd word maybe "phytobezoar"
Complete thread -- Podiatry Treatment
Complete thread -- Never mind....
Complete thread -- isolated in the axilla just proximal to the takeoff of the s/l ***profunda humuri**
Complete thread -- thank you, that must be it :)
Complete thread -- bezoar - never heard of "asparagus bezoar" but it checks out as a food that can cause 'em.
Complete thread -- s/l "asparagus bizor"
Complete thread -- nevermind... Time course of local anesthetic
Complete thread -- Mycobacterium avium
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Wow...
Complete thread -- os calcis
Complete thread -- Podiatry, Foot, S/L
Complete thread -- thank you! I can now hear that :)
Complete thread -- 1- the opportunity to discuss; 2 - who (?) 3 - proceeding with
Complete thread -- yes, I picked up on the which which after I submitted, lol, thanks anyway. It WAS tapping.
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- tapping? you typed "which" twice.
Complete thread -- tappy? Tappi???? Closed reduction with locked intramedullary gamma nail. sm.
Complete thread -- Yes, I saw that. I also "pyoderma granulosum" mixed in with gangrenosum in a PDF file.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- when I googled pyoderma granulosum, it offers do you mean pyoderma gangrenosum
Complete thread -- No, that does not belong with urinalysis was how I thought of it.
Complete thread -- Thank you...this guy is miserable and he is definitely saying 2 different things.
Complete thread -- thank you, that is what I thought too :)
Complete thread -- I'd keep it as one.
Complete thread -- acid-fast bacilli
Complete thread -- I do not believe so. Pyoderma gangrenosum is what you want. Granulosum is heard with
Complete thread -- protein 15
Complete thread -- unsure if hearing right
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- was wondering if you thought it would be pro time or not?
Complete thread -- Would you make this two sentences or keep as one?
Complete thread -- except protein 15?
Complete thread -- ??? any guesses
Complete thread -- Are pyoderma gangrenosum and pyoderma granulosum the same? Cannot document so!
Complete thread -- not sure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- I'd just put copying this note to the patient's etc
Complete thread -- I think "at rest ok". At rest, sporadic, well-coordinated movements are
Complete thread -- Thanks. I am not sure I have heard that one before. Sounds like it though.
Complete thread -- agree with spine sign
Complete thread -- spine sign? hmmm... no clue
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- SM - I copied & pasted what it said.
Complete thread -- It will not let me see link - says forbidden
Complete thread -- It will not let me look at link
Complete thread -- The adjective eminent means prominent or outstanding. Imminent means impending, about to
Complete thread -- See
Complete thread -- Radiation treatment - "her coned down field is imminent or eminent"?
Complete thread -- Thanks! Would have thought that would have come up when I Googled Comzip! :-)
Complete thread -- thought so but wanted confirmation...
Complete thread -- Seems fine. He is not taking it all at the same time.
Complete thread -- Mom is *splitting* the dose and this seems
Complete thread -- nope, sounds just like active at rest - will have to flag
Complete thread -- ahhh... will try that
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "vas" is vas deferens - which can be splayed... I think it is okay.
Complete thread -- right-sided testis and also had a *splayed vas* and epididymis
Complete thread -- in no acute distress?
Complete thread -- n examination, the patient was *active at rest* and appeared comfortable
Complete thread -- cripes...i mean ranitidine but with a D ...sheesh! its too early
Complete thread -- but said with a "d" like ridatidine
Complete thread -- I hear rinatidine?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- (since we don't "carbon copy" anymore, she is copying this note to ...
Complete thread -- copying
Complete thread -- copying
Complete thread -- I'm surprised I didn't find this in the archives.
Complete thread -- She is an FNP and often mispronounces.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. I will flag it.
Complete thread -- Listening further, I am concerned she may be
Complete thread -- It is NOT coming across clearly, but I considered she
Complete thread -- googling brings up ConZip (tramadol hydrochloride) nm
Complete thread -- Celebrex, Ultram, Synthroid, estradiol, Nexium, _______, Flonase, calcium
Complete thread -- Pain medication - s/l Comzip. I remember typing this before...
Complete thread -- Why thank you! I've been happy setting up my new home and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Pilates. He's spelling it.
Complete thread -- In May, she was experiencing left lower quadrant abdominal pain after ...
Complete thread -- Hi Questyr! I just used the archives today and you were the helper.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I heard too but wanted to confirm.
Complete thread -- s/l exploration (to my ear) nm
Complete thread -- the risk to underlying structures which required ____ and certification of noninjury
Complete thread -- Finding some information in archives. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- OTSC "bear claw" closure of gastrocutaneous fistula
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you so much. I don't know why I blank on these guys like this.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- WAV. Patient with limited mobility due to DJD, etc.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I retired and it took a few years to relocate
Complete thread -- seriously? a measurement can be a finding, example, ways to calculate mitral regurgitation
Complete thread -- Questyr haven't seen your name here for a long time, welcome
Complete thread -- Questyr!!!
Complete thread -- got it. :)
Complete thread -- thanks again.
Complete thread -- sorry, my fingers slipped, posted this one by mistake.
Complete thread -- excellent, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- to shave a bone spur down. I would put "and" at the beginning
Complete thread -- to shave a bone spur down. I would put
Complete thread -- WAV. Patient with rotator cuff repair.
Complete thread -- ..to see if she has a lesion which might have caused her symptoms (?) nm
Complete thread -- oops, wax WAS
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- (I'm thinking meaning a right colon lesion)
Complete thread -- Sugested "limited" study to the rectum... lesion on the right, which
Complete thread -- wax
Complete thread -- if she has a lesion _______ caused her symptoms
Complete thread -- Some _____ were also seen.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thie site below uses a question mark.
Complete thread -- cephalhematoma
Complete thread -- head is without s/l sef hematoma. TIA!
Complete thread -- nope, not me
Complete thread -- Never mind....she's repeating herself, that's all. She's saying: Inc ...
Complete thread -- long "R" or "wire" pen markings
Complete thread -- The patient has a s/l "Grand Rapids" type 3 arch collapse with significant midfoot
Complete thread -- this is what i thought. thanky!!
Complete thread -- but without the quotes...
Complete thread -- Agree!
Complete thread -- indirect question. use a period.
Complete thread -- The question is, "Is this a cellulitis or maybe a partial tear of Achilles?"
Complete thread -- he's my hubmonster
Complete thread -- atomant? do you know secret squirrel?
Complete thread -- The question is, is this a cellulitis or maybe a partial tear of the Achilles.
Complete thread -- Achromycin?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I see youse too.
Complete thread -- segments, each of which... try - Kazanjian (not all docs can spell)
Complete thread -- not sure, but distal-most should have a hyphen in there. maybe vancomycin?
Complete thread -- s/l aquamice impregnated gauze
Complete thread -- Spells Kasjanian bone biting forceps
Complete thread -- hmm... guess I've been mistyping this too. I'm going to check on this. Thanks WW
Complete thread -- I'd just clocked out for the day but couldn't resist a chance to play "Name That Tune!"
Complete thread -- do you hear "see you ess" or "see youse"?
Complete thread -- thanks so much!! :)
Complete thread -- I relistened "either"--- is noted or as noted"
Complete thread -- ahh thanks, I doubled back to see, you are right
Complete thread -- you are right! :) Is there something else in there directly following?
Complete thread -- I hear no evidence of nipple retraction (see if can hear it)
Complete thread -- BREAST: Equal and symmetric. There is no evidence of _____. Axillary region free of
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says on breast. Cannot slow down
Complete thread -- new Injectafer (ferric carboxymatose) iron deficiency anemia
Complete thread -- new Qudexy XR (topiramate) seizures
Complete thread -- might be CUSA=Cavitron Ultrasonic Surgical (aspirator of fluids)sm
Complete thread -- new Epanova (omega-3-carboxylic acids) hypertriglyceridemia
Complete thread -- We will trend WBC and *C U S* and monitor respiratory status
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Sometimes they dictate "regular rate, no added sound/s" as in murmurs, etc./ nm
Complete thread -- Heart exam reveals regular rate s/l neurotic sound. TIA!
Complete thread -- I agree with this one. (I just wanted to hear AC/DC but thought I would chime in)
Complete thread -- listen for: drug-eluting stent
Complete thread -- PISAs a measure, not a finding
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will be interesting to see whether my neuro M.D. client decides to
Complete thread -- Sensory Medical lands FDA win for 1st prescription restless leg device
Complete thread -- os calcis and heel pad.
Complete thread -- wav does not match text
Complete thread -- this was listed twice, not needed (L2-S1 bilateral and symmetric. )
Complete thread -- Then, both pockets were adjusted and checked and sizers were put in pl ...
Complete thread -- correcting himself "pain in the tendons....flexor or extensor tendons"
Complete thread -- Does this read correct? Not sure about punctuation.
Complete thread -- Agree. Account is verbatim other than grammar. Not sure if would be considered grammar.
Complete thread -- half days makes more sense when reading it.
Complete thread -- one-half days?? does that make sense? See
Complete thread -- I kind of like this...
Complete thread -- okay, after re-wording what I had, I can hear it. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- wow, you hear that? I cannot get that at all LOL
Complete thread -- aphasic and anomic
Complete thread -- anyone??
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says. Speech Therapy PN
Complete thread -- "slash or extensor tendons" ??
Complete thread -- there is also dipy thal" for dipyridamole thallium
Complete thread -- ahh good possibility, forgot that one, p thal (there is also A thal
Complete thread -- You are a rock star, Oscar!
Complete thread -- AC-DC - for those about to rock. Don't know your blank, tho.
Complete thread -- pleural based
Complete thread -- mp3 posted ...
Complete thread -- Hmmm
Complete thread -- Help with ortho and a chance to play "Name That Tune" :)
Complete thread -- what's google?
Complete thread -- could be saying P thal (Persantine thallium)
Complete thread -- sure, anteversion (can google ROM (ranges of motion + hip)
Complete thread -- looks like pigtail (no cap)
Complete thread -- here is the source if needed
Complete thread -- anyway, it might liven things up on a Friday and I can handle being trolled.
Complete thread -- I know - I should just keep my soup to myself, but I really do want to help.
Complete thread -- there is some google support for the phrase "measured in stance" so
Complete thread -- 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D). There are various forms of Vitamin D
Complete thread -- Better duck and run. How dare you ask? LOL Every time I ask I get trolled
Complete thread -- Seems more like...
Complete thread -- what is the exact sentence and how was it dictated? like "one comma twenty-five" or what?
Complete thread -- "in stance" or "in standing" I would think - meaning measured while standing?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Calf Circumference
Complete thread -- Did you try *125 hydroxyvitamin D? Since that is all we have to go on, try that first
Complete thread -- The patient's s/l 1,25 hydroxyvitamin D production
Complete thread -- ^that would be my guess as well^
Complete thread -- circuitous
Complete thread -- This was tunneled in a sl/*skew-i-tous* manner.
Complete thread -- might have been "embolic CVA"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- seems to come up within google search of "degrees of anteversion"
Complete thread -- okay, thanks! :)
Complete thread -- not sure if I have or haven't, but if heard clearly, I would not question it.
Complete thread -- I would as you have it. (ignore his talking to himself)
Complete thread -- bottle suction catheter?
Complete thread -- s/l he corrects self, but not sure what he wants corrected, if at all. Says sorry
Complete thread -- blanking, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- link to shoulder tests/maneuvers. Might see something sounding similar
Complete thread -- Too fast for a good sound like, but pitall or patel suction catheter
Complete thread -- Have you ever heard an ortho doctor dictate
Complete thread -- Doesn't sounds like that. Sorry..I sent blank and they never got it either.
Complete thread -- link - see if anything jumps out at you?
Complete thread -- nevermind, semont maneuver doesn't apply here; it's for vertigo.
Complete thread -- bi semont maneuver?
Complete thread -- Funny how simple some things are once pointed out. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I just hear "her" infection - I think it just sounds like more because of all the static.
Complete thread -- s/l visament maneuver?
Complete thread -- Once ______ infection is controlled, I would consider restarting methotrexate
Complete thread -- thanks to all who tried, going to flag.
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- according to breakdown???
Complete thread -- pt being seen in followup for lung nodules. Other PMH:
Complete thread -- I always heard the punchline "but you can't pick your friend's nose"
Complete thread -- can u give us a little more info?
Complete thread -- almost sounds like "according to .... (can't get the next word?) but i'm not 100% sure on
Complete thread -- Doctor funny: The patient has been undergoing a lot of stress recently due to tension
Complete thread -- PET scan done on XX/XX/XX showed nonspecific uptake in the 18 mm pleural based
Complete thread -- unless of course it is protein - can't tell for sure w/o context (I *assumed* context is
Complete thread -- Thanks Oscar.
Complete thread -- pro time (prothrombin time if you don't use slang)
Complete thread -- Protime or protine?
Complete thread -- It is "Natesto" (like you have inside, not "Nastesto" - which sounds almost nasty)
Complete thread -- Doubt T-cell, has nothing to do with chest pain or assessing cause of
Complete thread -- that's why I offered no soup.
Complete thread -- new FDA Nastesto (testosterone) nasel gel
Complete thread -- No telling with no context
Complete thread -- Actually, I think he is saying T-cell. Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- link in case want more info on PISA
Complete thread -- a guess pesal or psal might be PISA= proximal isovelocity surface area
Complete thread -- suspect angina despite a negative recent "pe-sal" or PSAL? tia nm
Complete thread -- welcome back MT50 just saw your post below, this morning.Hope doing well
Complete thread -- found this Development of an integrated stent graft-dacron prosthesis
Complete thread -- Peninsula club in NJ
Complete thread -- which is why i couldn't figure this one out. he is getting waht he says with a flag
Complete thread -- Listened again...think it is "pronator" Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Then the pria quadratus is incised. The fracture is identified.
Complete thread -- s/l Peninsula Work Club to me (not finding that exact thing, but some similar in CA)
Complete thread -- pronator quadratus?
Complete thread -- the Peninsula Club?
Complete thread -- what is the full sentence?
Complete thread -- are you in California?
Complete thread -- she participates in soccer for school and _____
Complete thread -- "pria" quadratus. Right distal radius open reduction, internal fixation. sm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- for sure, because 81 mg is considered "low-dose" (the lowest) and mcg would be 1/10
Complete thread -- ty. I thought so, wanted to double check.
Complete thread -- No - it is 81 mg... misspoke
Complete thread -- No I'm not finding it but this is in a previous report not
Complete thread -- Do you have a drug resource that you can find that dosage in?
Complete thread -- Need to verify this: Aspirin 81 s/l mcg twice daily?
Complete thread -- sorry, got it
Complete thread -- alkaline phosphatase of 63, *C3, C4 complement*
Complete thread -- pedunculated
Complete thread -- It is mastectomy - heard it very clearly
Complete thread -- 1. Two 2-5 mm, skin-colored, ___papules on the R neck and R axilla. ...
Complete thread -- CAD with s/l integrated stent. History of s/l neb-oh CVA. Thanks!
Complete thread -- might be testing/screening for bowel obstruction in newborn
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- mastectomy - surgical removal of all or part of the breast.
Complete thread -- probably a stumble, restart. Regular F/U mentions left & right (bilateral)
Complete thread -- Actually that's wrong. 1.5 inches = 38.1 mm
Complete thread -- or 4 mm
Complete thread -- 4-inch?
Complete thread -- A 22-gauge s/l fireman spinal needle TIA!
Complete thread -- but "wheezing which initially and improved after" doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- tibial?
Complete thread -- Thank you SO much! nm
Complete thread -- The standardized uptake value (SUV) is often used in positron emission tomography (PET)
Complete thread -- SUV
Complete thread -- Pt w/follicular lymphoma, s/l *SV* of 15.5. Cannot confirm. sm
Complete thread -- I'm just going to blank it. Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- I thought of that but I'm hearing ilio or iliac. Unless HE's mixed up
Complete thread -- medial?
Complete thread -- sorry, it was the knee
Complete thread -- what body part was x-rayed?
Complete thread -- Sacroiliac would be my guess.
Complete thread -- sm pls
Complete thread -- It's spatulate! (Bertolotti's Syndrome) This one took me forever. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- oh my goodness! thank you so much!
Complete thread -- popliteal fossa
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- just a guess, patulous? (wide open, distended). Don't know if that would fit here.
Complete thread -- Axial cuts demonstrate hip arthritis and right and left *s/l bachelate* transverse...
Complete thread -- best to flag it
Complete thread -- Unless the patient spelled it completely wrong, I don't think so. This doc is
Complete thread -- Treats irritable bowel syndrome, or spastic colon and colitis
Complete thread -- dicyclomine?
Complete thread -- Of course, the doc can barely pronounce it and expects me to be able to spell it.
Complete thread -- In list of medications: s/l Dy-so-clo-mide.
Complete thread -- bilirubin?
Complete thread -- Newborn test to leave hospital - s/l statement of bowel fillings screen was WNL. TIA!
Complete thread -- breast and gonadal shielding
Complete thread -- ____ and gonadal shielding. Almost s/l breast
Complete thread -- COMMENTS: AP and lateral erect views of the thoracic and lumbar spin ...
Complete thread -- okay, now I hear 12 o'clock position
Complete thread -- I don't think it is a mastectomy. History does not specify that. Only previous reduction
Complete thread -- I think it should be "noted. Also, surgical..."
Complete thread -- second is 12 o'clock position
Complete thread -- 2nd blank is 12 o'clock
Complete thread -- first blank is mastectomy
Complete thread -- anyone have any guesses??
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- X had undergone a prior right-sided encephalosynangiosis for moyamoya disease.
Complete thread -- Foot and ankle exam
Complete thread -- yeppers
Complete thread -- really just sounds like he's changing his mind
Complete thread -- No idea. Any other info regarding other diseases? I hear " ...
Complete thread -- thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I hear "something" but sounds more of a mumble than a word.
Complete thread -- Thanks, doc has a heavy accent, I believe saying vesical. nm
Complete thread -- seems like there needs to be something after which, but I can't make it out.
Complete thread -- eschar
Complete thread -- which ?
Complete thread -- 2 cm lesion, pink, slightly raised with a central "e-sa-cal." tia nm
Complete thread -- She complains of some mild cough and wheezing ___________initially and improved after
Complete thread -- speaking of Suboxone ...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- peripheral vascular insufficiency
Complete thread -- unsure if this is what he is saying, or what it should be
Complete thread -- Well, I just discovered torsemide...so who knows...darn!
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Lyrica and ____. ALLERGIES: Perfumes which give he ...
Complete thread -- I know I had one sent back not that long ago.
Complete thread -- lol - and after runnin outta work all week, I'd take that rum & coke about now.
Complete thread -- Torsemide versus furosemide...I wonder how many errors have been made with those?
Complete thread -- I did luck out ALOT!! I am so very thankful for this board!!
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- I hear what you hear, and, no, I don't think it makes sense. Not sure what he's trying to
Complete thread -- buprenorphine - got it. Later she said he was on Suboxone.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- OP - you sure lucked out coming here! Now, I'd say you owe kkjpnc a rum and coke.
Complete thread -- does this make sense? it does not to me, so thinking I am hearing wrong
Complete thread -- that is what I hear too
Complete thread -- oh my goodness! thank you! I was in that report way too long
Complete thread -- Occupation/Basic Employer: None. ???
Complete thread -- evening along with regular insulin coverage...
Complete thread -- Occupation _____. employer none
Complete thread -- 1. Atorvastatin 2. hydralazine
Complete thread -- disposition 5 blanks
Complete thread -- WAV for rest of report. 5 blanks
Complete thread -- you'll get used to him. wait til you get S. Reddy. hahaha
Complete thread -- thank you! :) you are such a life saver! I have been trying to piece report with 1 archive
Complete thread -- residual stenosis.
Complete thread -- No residual stenosis for the 1st blank. can't remember if i said that before
Complete thread -- just saw your above post, so only 1 blank out of new WAV
Complete thread -- 3 blanks posted WAV
Complete thread -- might put considered FOR intervention since he left out that word...
Complete thread -- considered intervention. 2. ventriculogram. 3. T-wave changes in the precordial lead.
Complete thread -- okay, sorry! Will make a new one. Thanks for all your help!!
Complete thread -- wave cuts off after 2nd blank
Complete thread -- 90%. The lesions were then angioplastied and stented.
Complete thread -- 4 more blanks posted WAV
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! I have 4 more blanks so far with a minute left to go :(
Complete thread -- oops, posted above. but, there isnt anything in there. he says "uh" a LOT
Complete thread -- no, all i hear is this 77-yo female underwent the above-mentioned procedure...blah blah.
Complete thread -- thank you so much! I can hear that now that you say :) #1 does s/l it has developed in it?
Complete thread -- 77-yo female (nothing there) 3 is reversible ischemia involving the anterior wall.
Complete thread -- Leibinger?
Complete thread -- I went with it. TY
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- blank #2, 3 and 4 posted
Complete thread -- lots of good samples on this acct
Complete thread -- sweet! I am scared of this acct. I have zero cardiology experience and not good with
Complete thread -- so, irides is right
Complete thread -- iris (plural irises or iris or irides)
Complete thread -- this is my primary account, i got him down (for the past 10 years) LOL
Complete thread -- yes, thank you. I kept hearing something about a chicken LOL! =/
Complete thread -- "iridies" were normal
Complete thread -- yes!! this is the doc. first report ever :(
Complete thread -- without listening, No. 4 looks like chronic kidney disease or renal disease
Complete thread -- s/l *Levenger* metallic mesh
Complete thread -- history of recent non-ST... (I know this doctor, choie right?)
Complete thread -- new to acct. DC summary, many blanks. Blank #1
Complete thread -- got it - Burkina FAso
Complete thread -- He later says he's from Africa, if that helps.
Complete thread -- He is originally from ______
Complete thread -- another thing he says it shows postsurgical changes in right breast.
Complete thread -- I think I will flag it and let him figure it out. Thank you!
Complete thread -- I listened again. He is clearly saying bilateral. Thank you. nm
Complete thread -- Could be either. Tough choice. He does say "it" rather than they,
Complete thread -- does it sound anything like digital?
Complete thread -- Doctor is ESL, general surgeon.
Complete thread -- I feel it is ok "submodality" I think testing whether/if certain pathways are open
Complete thread -- No, I'm not kidding. It is a grammar question, not an account spec.
Complete thread -- bet this is IT (delayed establishment of flow? - mji) OR reestablishment
Complete thread -- you are kidding. Over estimating MTs and underestimating the employer.
Complete thread -- I guess not.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sorry, Pipelle. nevermind and thanks
Complete thread -- A "pipal" endometrial biopsy performed to confirm ovulation. tia nm
Complete thread -- Revatio
Complete thread -- Raynaud syndrome drug
Complete thread -- May I ask for more context? Do you know what body part is being examined?
Complete thread -- I had another blank later and flagged them both.
Complete thread -- I thought that should be it.
Complete thread -- scapular?
Complete thread -- wav file, rotator cuff tear
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- Kelly reflex negative on ortho exam.
Complete thread -- nevermind... it is hand or covers :)
Complete thread -- Does not make sense to me
Complete thread -- thats what it s/l to me too, which he says this is...
Complete thread -- can't catch it either - "which he says... ??"
Complete thread -- good guess - better than mine! I hope OP sees it.
Complete thread -- delayed establishment of flow?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- thinking he says: which he says this is what is new.
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- why would a "job manager" know better about grammar than MTs or anyone else?
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- Good answer! I bet that was it.
Complete thread -- doesn't make sense to me. mebbe "trouble in establishment of..."
Complete thread -- Cardiac Cath - does this make sense? Never heard it before
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I was either in the chains of the or changes in the
Complete thread -- in the chains of the? in terms of the?
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- or Lou Gehrig or Lou Reed or...
Complete thread -- why not for a male? It is short for Louis. Like Lou Grant.
Complete thread -- it says "a benign lesion *such as* a mere lipoma" - in contrast to being malignant.
Complete thread -- Euthyrox, (Levothyroxine the active substance in Euthyrox, a synthetic thyroid hormone )
Complete thread -- GBS ??
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, I can't get euthymia out of my mind to find anything else.
Complete thread -- medication help
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- No, sorry.
Complete thread -- could you post a wav or mp3 ?
Complete thread -- new Parachute ® heart implant system
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- divided dose
Complete thread -- handwritten note: 5 days prior order for Lovenox 40 mg ÷ dose
Complete thread -- Infant was born to a s/l genius unknown mother. TIA!
Complete thread -- new FDA Champion HF system.1st implantable remote heart monitoring system
Complete thread -- Will turn in to QA. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Was about to give up. Have one more that I am not 100% certain about. Will
Complete thread -- She had ____ Pap, cone biopsy 6 weeks after delivery.
Complete thread -- oops - s/l not w/l :0
Complete thread -- w/l fluphenazine (although first sound might sound a bit like a P sound)
Complete thread -- Pt with bipolar disorder, urinary urgency, low back pain, vaginal dysplasia.
Complete thread -- I'd be stomping. - big foot (gangbuster)? I'd tread heavily (gangbuster?)
Complete thread -- So why bother posting here at all? Just send to job manager.
Complete thread -- Workers' Compensation Office of Workers' Compensation Programs (OWCP
Complete thread -- who knows better than job manager? some anonymous person here
Complete thread -- I was *thinking* the patient wrote the wrong thing on his medication list.
Complete thread -- workers' compensation
Complete thread -- I think Workman's Comp is correct.
Complete thread -- Normally he dictates 'HWL' (Height, Width, Length) but clearly says 'R'. Is this
Complete thread -- Workers Comp?
Complete thread -- Workmans' Comp or Workman's Comp
Complete thread -- okay, thanks! :)
Complete thread -- Sorry, I misread post. I'd go with Lou.
Complete thread -- mel
Complete thread -- why would he prescribe the bottle amount? Up to patient amount he buys.
Complete thread -- what does this have to do with soup?
Complete thread -- 365 tablets of 81 mg aspirin per bottle
Complete thread -- the Kirkland brand (Costco) has 365 pills in a bottle. Wonder if just being confused
Complete thread -- that is what I would think too. He clearly said 365, so wanted to know what others said
Complete thread -- aspirin 325 mg?
Complete thread -- I wasnt sure for a male, but I will take it :) thanks
Complete thread -- Aspirin 365 ?? I have never heard of that dose
Complete thread -- Lou? ...
Complete thread -- I dunno... LOL! does that look better than Lu??
Complete thread -- Liu?
Complete thread -- how would you spell male name pronounced "Loo"??? referencing family member and we do
Complete thread -- (sorry, meant to respond to malignant question below)
Complete thread -- doc favors it being a benign lesion - whether it be mere or mural lipoma
Complete thread -- Zactly!!
Complete thread -- but, would a "mere" lipoma fit "may be malignant" - ?
Complete thread -- Thanks again!!
Complete thread -- No problem:)
Complete thread -- I like mural
Complete thread -- thank you! :) I was trying racer, reser, etc. and not coming up with anything
Complete thread -- ? Risser 5
Complete thread -- "mere" makes sense to me - fits the context.
Complete thread -- thanks, did some more research and am comfortable with it
Complete thread -- 18yo fm with hip pain
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense personally
Complete thread -- ?mural
Complete thread -- ...'mere' lipoma or s/l 'mur-alah lipoma.
Complete thread -- pretty sure doc is saying "shell", does it make sense? plse sm
Complete thread -- Agree - it was a genius idea!
Complete thread -- Good idea. Thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- you're out of hand
Complete thread -- meanwhile... has anybody heard from Morgan?
Complete thread -- Who are you talking to and what is the answer?
Complete thread -- OP said "I will challenge it" - Where is the "gangbuster attitude" there?
Complete thread -- You could post that same statement on every post on this site.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- tell us about the context, please
Complete thread -- being tactful and respectful works better than gangbuster attitude
Complete thread -- have doubts,always go to account guidelines or manager, your initials on report
Complete thread -- the above post does have context. Did you click on the OP?? that is where it is??
Complete thread -- echo study - ejection fraction, if you don't know what it is, you are no help anyway
Complete thread -- Thx. That is what I was thinking.
Complete thread -- did you trying clicking on it??? OP has the context in it. ??
Complete thread -- 0 to 1+ (much too confusing the other way)
Complete thread -- lumbarization /lum¡¤bar¡¤iza¡¤tion/ (lum¡Èbar-ĭ-za¢¥shun) nonfusion of the first and second
Complete thread -- sacralization?
Complete thread -- 0 to 1+ or 0-1+?
Complete thread -- mild scoliosis, partial *laborization* of the S1 vertebral body
Complete thread -- Recent mammography and ultrasound demonstrate....
Complete thread -- I would take it out
Complete thread -- I think it might be: he behaved like he was catching a stake
Complete thread -- Recent mammography and ultrasound does demonstrate... Doc always dictates this way.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- coincident
Complete thread -- He stuttered quite a bit over it, so it did sound like there were some extra syllables.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much both of you! I thought there were so many more words in there!
Complete thread -- and he denies any history of other ___ factors
Complete thread -- quantification whether this is...
Complete thread -- whether this is direct...
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks to both of you!!
Complete thread -- oops! oaompp is correct to cap it - Taxotere is brand name (docetaxel is generic)
Complete thread -- wav file. He stutters and rephrases a lot. I just want to get most of it.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- This was taxotere. (chemo drug)
Complete thread -- Taxotere?
Complete thread -- .....This was _____ here . She is actually ready to have definitive surgery.
Complete thread -- go away
Complete thread -- if you don't expand those, I wouldn't expand sig.
Complete thread -- I thought she was supporting you. That was my impression, anyway.
Complete thread -- Tell us about the context.
Complete thread -- not those 2 but other things yes
Complete thread -- fwiw, I'm with you... I hesitate to ask for context. "No context-No soup"
Complete thread -- I've never seen it expanded. Are you supposed expand things like p.o. or b.i.d.?
Complete thread -- See what I mean? See above. You DARE ask for context???
Complete thread -- sig=signa, which is the Latin word for "write"
Complete thread -- also no abbrevs in assessment/plan section. Looks like sig is abbrev
Complete thread -- thank you!!!!!
Complete thread -- should I expand sig to signa?
Complete thread -- sig means "let it be marked" (probably Latin, no real word for it so not really "slang")
Complete thread -- Nifedipine ointment is used for the treatment of anal fissures
Complete thread -- is that slang?? cannot have slang on acct.
Complete thread -- Often the abbreviation "sig" will appear just before the directions on the prescription.
Complete thread -- the sig is 1/2 tab (sig signa - write on label )
Complete thread -- (rectal pain/beeding) Gave him 0.2% s/l ny-fedd-itt-in cream per rectum, plse sm
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- I'm picturing him flipping his wife..haha. Guess I better flag and move on.
Complete thread -- I think stake in some odd sense could be the way to go.
Complete thread -- I'm picturing him fishing and reeling in a T-bone.
Complete thread -- cam comes from Dutch word meaning “cog”) describes hip's blood
Complete thread -- You know, maybe it is stake - like he was going to stab her?
Complete thread -- It was a dream - I guess they do not have to make sense.
Complete thread -- so what is the answer, oh skilled one?
Complete thread -- not sure of your s/l but here are some examples sm
Complete thread -- me3 - but I read that answer before listening so that's all I can hear.
Complete thread -- I actually heard "catching a steak" too. Just not sure how you do that
Complete thread -- I don't think I was the stalker on this one, or any of those other non-bullying words you
Complete thread -- I totally doubt the last word.
Complete thread -- believed he was catching a ?steak?
Complete thread -- sleep evaluation. Discussing the pt's dreams.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I had the idea that was it but hate to guess.
Complete thread -- so, what's the answer?
Complete thread -- for venipuncture
Complete thread -- I do not believe it is capped.
Complete thread -- They use that word often - see inside. I do not know if it is capped or not.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks ID report
Complete thread -- There is all kinds of context. You just don't have skills. Go away
Complete thread -- says very clearly cam osteoplasty but cannot document....
Complete thread -- This is a nasty, hateful culture, stir pot, promote mischaracterizations, stalk, bully.
Complete thread -- THx
Complete thread -- why don't you just be quiet?
Complete thread -- I just do 1/8 inch (without the "of an") - don't know if that's a rule, tho.
Complete thread -- 1/8 of an inch? Is that how you would put in sentence? See
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- how many question marks do YOU need?
Complete thread -- Why do you even waste your time posting? This contributes nothing.
Complete thread -- I agree that she is bad but my gawd how much more "context" do you need for THIS
Complete thread -- I know, right? Darlene might want to tread lightly, but I'd be stomping.
Complete thread -- He stutters. ...snoring, restless sleep, weight gain.
Complete thread -- If I got dinged with a "major" error for something so silly, I'd tread very heavily!
Complete thread -- Another one who never comes back, not to mention never gives context
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- how old is the patient; previous sentence please
Complete thread -- s/l optic weight gain
Complete thread -- ? primum
Complete thread -- Would have to be guesses with no context, but don't DARE ask for it!!!!
Complete thread -- thank you so much! I can now hear it now that you said it :)
Complete thread -- where she is tender
Complete thread -- left ventricle? mitral?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- aneurysmal?
Complete thread -- q.4-6 - the rest is fine
Complete thread -- Echocardiogram report sm
Complete thread -- The s/l tecal ejection fraction is 35% (on echo study) TIA
Complete thread -- looks good to me
Complete thread -- Is comma placement here correct?
Complete thread -- Per BOS, how do you type "Norco 10 mg p.o. 1 tablet q 4-6 hours p.r.n. for pain"
Complete thread -- thanks for the followup
Complete thread -- From yesterday's post: "foci of invasion" Clear as day when I go back.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks. I could not find any reference to it.
Complete thread -- That is my question, What does dependent in this context mean?
Complete thread -- the dependent pole of the kidney, I'd imagine...
Complete thread -- dependent is the lower position, gravity-wise. The upper pole of kidney can be dependent
Complete thread -- ridiculous
Complete thread -- never mind, below is of course correct
Complete thread -- Mohs something criteria? (see link)
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?newwindow=1&biw=1024&bih=623&q=+Motzer+criteria&oq=+Motzer+c
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- What does "dependent pole" mean in this context...
Complete thread -- Clear cell renal carcinoma "Mozart" criteria?
Complete thread -- says that she has torn some ligaments in both knees...
Complete thread -- MP3. She also has some pain in her knees and says that she ____ ligaments in both
Complete thread -- Gram-positive cocci in pairs and chains.
Complete thread -- Gram-positive cocci in (clusters?) and chains
Complete thread -- culture done on admission grew ________. The patient is currently
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I work for a large company and have been on this account 8 years. I was wondering if
Complete thread -- oh my
Complete thread -- Intranasal examination
Complete thread -- symmetric and stable. ________ examination reveals no evidence
Complete thread -- darlene we all know how accounts work...and obviously the OP knows
Complete thread -- agree, heard/seen most often but can also be called complexes
Complete thread -- missing point. That may be how THEY want it, they sign the pay check
Complete thread -- not starting a sentence with numbers
Complete thread -- not starting a sentence isn't just BOS, if you google.com starting
Complete thread -- I would tread carefully, may follow BOS but perhaps not that portion sm
Complete thread -- ? vascular invasion, ? microinvasion, ?microvascular invasion
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input everyone. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- That sounds like a plan! :D
Complete thread -- 55 y/o male admitted for alcohol detox with PMH of alcoholism,
Complete thread -- hints like: detox from what?, pmh, rest of med list, surrounding text, age/gender of pt
Complete thread -- maybe the QA should get a major error ding :)
Complete thread -- Thanks! Yes, we follow BOS. QA called it a major error too. :( I will challenge it.
Complete thread -- BOS 2 page 278 states spell out or recast. Does your account follow BOS?
Complete thread -- Dictated: 5/5 strength in bilateral extremities. Transcribed:
Complete thread -- would think they would have pantoprazole with NS (normal saline)
Complete thread -- If Pantoprazole equals NS, what does NS stand for? Thank you,
Complete thread -- Guess ~ Pantoprazole 40 mg equals 10 mL NS in IV daily?
Complete thread -- Not sure on this one. Thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- Vanguard System™
Complete thread -- Yep, same dictator. No hints really available. Patient admitted
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- same dictator as yesterday's similar post? you might need to give us
Complete thread -- got it... armamentarium
Complete thread -- cannot figure out what he says
Complete thread -- contractions
Complete thread -- Pantoprazole 40 mg equals 10 mL s/l ess well in IV T daily. TIA!
Complete thread -- abbreviation book shows contractions (PVCs = premature ventricular contractions)
Complete thread -- Is there a way to know if PVCs on EKG refers to contractions or complexes? TIA!
Complete thread -- maybe he meant N-RAS
Complete thread -- her tumor was found to be BRAF negative and NRAF (said as N-raf) positive
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- subcutaneous vitamin K
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- just for archives EnSite™ NavX™ Navigation & Visualization Technology
Complete thread -- k
Complete thread -- Yes -- lymph nodes
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- there are nodes in the neck, meaning none are palpated, swollen.
Complete thread -- Stumbled on it - NavX -
Complete thread -- agree with "k"
Complete thread -- This sounds like Natix - Nadix - I have tried with M but it sounds more like N.
Complete thread -- I think he is saying K so potassium.
Complete thread -- Neck without neck vein distension or *nodes*. Chest: Scattered rhonchi
Complete thread -- SMA-6: Sodium 140, _____4.6, chloride 105, bicarb
Complete thread -- embrasure
Complete thread -- Can you hear intermaxillary ?
Complete thread -- Orthognathic Surgery Evaluation
Complete thread -- She really did not take a breath of air through all of that!
Complete thread -- Well, the good thing is it is not too late. The bad thing - I had a 50/50 chance of
Complete thread -- Hmm, that's a tough one. I would go with the 2nd one because...
Complete thread -- I liked that one better too.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I decided on the 1st one.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Which sentence would this go in? Hugging close to the base of the tube
Complete thread -- idiopathic
Complete thread -- was consistent with an _____ orbital tumor
Complete thread -- wellll... not really.
Complete thread -- might want to relisten to this particular sentence. Voice file best. sm
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. Your help is greatly appreciated.
Complete thread -- I agree with Pavlik harness for #3, and my work here is done.
Complete thread -- ...explained to the parents that at this time she has...
Complete thread -- Pavlik harness/straps
Complete thread -- and Barlow stressing is the 2nd
Complete thread -- Ortolani's (maneuver) is the 1st one
Complete thread -- 1st blank s/l ortalonees and borrowed stressing?? s/l pavacalonis straps??
Complete thread -- -- none has (not have)
Complete thread -- Thanks for all of your help...flagging and moving on!
Complete thread -- evidence of invasion?
Complete thread -- Sorry, no. This has me stumped.
Complete thread -- mesenteric?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had seen stromal invasion, but that's not it.
Complete thread -- see if anything shows up in these links, seeing a lot of stromal invasion?
Complete thread -- Please see inside. Hard to come up with a s/l, but maybe "vessa ad invasion."
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- gets up and does something, then sits down...
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks
Complete thread -- inflammatory markers including ESR of 39 and *E S O R* 54 and an upper
Complete thread -- right ring finger trigger finger? Right ring trigger finger.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- dx: right s/l ringman trigger finger....
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had found the initial but not what it meant.
Complete thread -- Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man (OMIM) geneS
Complete thread -- OMIM got it.
Complete thread -- sounds like OM or ON definitely the long O sound
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- bilateral ethmoidectomies and __ and sphenoidotomies, as well as frontal sinusotomies
Complete thread -- "swelling'? meaning pt is to inject a subq bleb's worth of the heparin?
Complete thread -- can you hear "subjective" right field cut? or "suggests a..." - either would be better
Complete thread -- heparin 0.5 mL s/l ess-well-en subcutaneous every 12 hours. TIA!
Complete thread -- Not sure, so will flag. Thanks to you all.
Complete thread -- actually its Staar
Complete thread -- sorry, wish I could have helped, especially after you just helped me with the WAV below.
Complete thread -- There is a Starr Surgical Lens Implant, wonder if that could be it?
Complete thread -- btw, it was "incidentally when she was hospitalized"
Complete thread -- flagged, but thanks very much!
Complete thread -- surgical?
Complete thread -- Eye exam
Complete thread -- history, diagnoses?
Complete thread -- ESL doc. His current medication creed and Plavix 75 mg for 1-/1/2 years.
Complete thread -- clear as day now. thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- running
Complete thread -- patient with teratoma. WAV
Complete thread -- 2nd Cranial Nerve (optic nerve) – Responsible for vision. A partial injury to this nerve m
Complete thread -- yes, google visual field cut - Visual field loss, also known as “visual field cut,” can be
Complete thread -- Cranial Nerves: *Suggestive right field cut*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l Her symptom scores are elevated.
Complete thread -- sounds like he is just changing were to are elevated.
Complete thread -- Her symptom _____ are elevated
Complete thread -- Don't be sorry. Asking questions is a good way to learn. Just ignore the jerks who try to
Complete thread -- calcification makes the most sense, but he is sure butchering it (ESL tho)
Complete thread -- bifurcation or trifurcation? the calcification? (2 bare-metal stents)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- s/l cal-forcation Sm plse
Complete thread -- I do not see really anything that 'incorrect.' I don't see how adding of before 4 even
Complete thread -- Four sisters, none have a history of headaches. - how to make a better sentence?
Complete thread -- ?acetabular
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002320.htm
Complete thread -- Cranial sutures are fibrous bands of tissue that connect the bones of the skull. Informati
Complete thread -- The posterior cranial fossa is part of the intracranial cavity, located between the
Complete thread -- in the front of a baby's skull, sutures intersect in the large soft spot (fontanel)
Complete thread -- Her posterior *fossa* was closed. Her *sutures* were closed.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Good catch. Big difference between ensured and it showed!
Complete thread -- You are right. Not to telling. Thanks
Complete thread -- after we "fluoroscopied" ? and it showed that the fracture was gapping
Complete thread -- Don't know your blank but that's a pretty common name, although bb might want to delete
Complete thread -- I thought the same thing...
Complete thread -- I think he's saying fluoro for fluoroscopy but of course "after we fluoroscopy" doesn't
Complete thread -- distal locking screw after we _____ and ensured that the fracture was
Complete thread -- we placed traction _____ to reduce the fracture
Complete thread -- subfibular?
Complete thread -- Darn it. I have the first name in there. Can someone delete me?
Complete thread -- sounds like Blink. She is very clear.
Complete thread -- There is mild "subtibular" impingement?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd leave as cilia
Complete thread -- ciliary biopsy
Complete thread -- sure sounds like "cilia" - no idea what he means.
Complete thread -- was scheduled to do a _____ biopsy, but again it
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- celiac?
Complete thread -- s/l cilia biopsy
Complete thread -- When they say it as ER PR, I add "and" or use slash (ER/PR) because it's two things, so I
Complete thread -- Her tumor is estrogen progesterone receptor positive. *any hyphens needed?
Complete thread -- Have to move on, flagging.
Complete thread -- Over time, I've gotten used to him..... but there are exceptions, like now!
Complete thread -- Kudos for getting what you did - that guy is Fast!
Complete thread -- Eye examination
Complete thread -- I doubt "trace moderate"; grades of severity are usu. trace-mild-moderate-severe...
Complete thread -- negative icterus?
Complete thread -- A's would be S,
Complete thread -- the ""T" may be tricuspid not sure if ur hearing TA ot TI sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Just a guess...PS (pulmonary stenosis)?
Complete thread -- Her echo did confirm trace moderate *TAs* with pulmonary hypertension
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Sorry, I tried. Maybe "negative" something or "neck" something.
Complete thread -- movements are intact. ____.
Complete thread -- Thanks - I did not have that right.
Complete thread -- 400 to 800 mg daily for leg cramps
Complete thread -- wav file, just double checking, thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Was indeed a cardiology question. Unclear, so flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ack, just reread, UR right, CARD=cardiology consult. Don't know what prom is then. thanks
Complete thread -- my "guess" interpretation= non-slip textured hand grips as opposed to smooth surface
Complete thread -- Sigvaris ?
Complete thread -- Patient has s/l cigars compression socks. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes, I'm aware is cardiology, but "I'm" not certain of treatment/placement given.
Complete thread -- a guess halfway measures may mean support injured finger, yet allow it to move.
Complete thread -- I think poster is letting us know it's a cardiology consult.
Complete thread -- "as per"my interpretation means "as the cause of high creatinine level (renal failure)
Complete thread -- a guess since have limited access your text. Card "might" be short speak for cardioverter
Complete thread -- BUN of 45 and a creatinine of 7.05 *as per* the renal failure
Complete thread -- junctional bradycardia, post s/l prom placement. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- good question. I hadn't even read that far into the post.
Complete thread -- now you are speaking for the LORD??
Complete thread -- I don't think your answer makes sense; therefore, I am sad, unhappy, and need friendship?
Complete thread -- agree (I've not heard it said like that, but fits context perfectly)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- I hear proximal
Complete thread -- prox muscle?? SM
Complete thread -- that is what I thought too. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'd put gravis
Complete thread -- doc dictated "myasthenia gravida" only 45 google hits. Should I change to gravis?
Complete thread -- mallet finger
Complete thread -- _______ to get a chest CT
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- I'd say dilatations and curettages.
Complete thread -- D and C's how to type plural form? Employer does not want D and C, I and D, H and P
Complete thread -- hard to believe, nope Jesus would not sanction your behavior on this board, nope,
Complete thread -- ? protein
Complete thread -- sorry, can't get it
Complete thread -- pariatene* level was NOT done yet today
Complete thread -- sorry for your sadness and unhappiness. You need friendship.
Complete thread -- creatinine was 1.4. *pariatene* level was done yet today; it was 14.7 yesterday whic
Complete thread -- . _______ chest CT with no contrast for
Complete thread -- Total protein of 7.5. _____, AST 22, ALT 27
Complete thread -- Fundus exam
Complete thread -- listen for FENGI.
Complete thread -- FEN = fluids, electrolytes, nutrition
Complete thread -- s/l feen. - listed as assessment/plan TIA!
Complete thread -- what does gritty texture mean?
Complete thread -- I have a friend in Jesus.
Complete thread -- told her that 20 minutes ago.
Complete thread -- I think she says Aveeno cream
Complete thread -- some type of cream
Complete thread -- blank #2 says IV bicarb
Complete thread -- sorry, septic workup is right. not streptococcal.
Complete thread -- 1 - septic workup 3- critical care PA?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- streptococcal, ... IV bicarb... something gate PA?
Complete thread -- check ________ , antibiotics, vent, IV _______, IV Protonix,by the _____. Family
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- usually hear an ET endotracheal tube? Why would they have EGD tube?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- HEAD: Acrocyanosis. I don't hear and neck. Patient has EGT tube??
Complete thread -- 'no acrocyanosis." Foley would be going under GU, not abdomen, but don't
Complete thread -- total something ... ? (s/l BUN 63 too)
Complete thread -- PE ?s
Complete thread -- BUN 62, creatinine 2.8, glucose 53, _____ 0.2.
Complete thread -- ugh
Complete thread -- scleral icterus
Complete thread -- vent is more likely "ventilator," OP already figured out it is not "focused". Your answer
Complete thread -- Actually, I think she is saying congenital absent kidney!
Complete thread -- I think it was probably serial 7 subtractions, based on the s/l.
Complete thread -- History of congenital *aph* kidney with elevated protein levels.
Complete thread -- vent= ventilation now focused. Patient's etc
Complete thread -- HEENT help
Complete thread -- (on) vent(ilator) now, and spoke to patient's son ???
Complete thread -- got the focused - spoke with patient's son... not sure the "vent now"
Complete thread -- So sorry for your sadness and unhappinesss. Clearly need friendship
Complete thread -- cardiac arrests so far in 30 minutes. *vent now is focused* patient’s son over the p
Complete thread -- 7's. any single number or letter, you have to have the apostrophe.
Complete thread -- DTRs maybe (deep tendon reflelxes)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- extend, and they were unable to *evaluation DTSs* . The assessment was multipl
Complete thread -- another reason to ignore your post is the real answer was already given.
Complete thread -- INFECTION STATUS: Clean contaminant
Complete thread -- which I wouldn't pass and I don't have dementia or Alzheimer's....lol
Complete thread -- past. elevated past
Complete thread -- INFECTION: _____ clean contaminated.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yeah, I can tell you did not read it at all so I was already ignoring it.
Complete thread -- past = (time) passed = (action)
Complete thread -- ignore this one, did not read it completely
Complete thread -- ah so clear
Complete thread -- Past or Pass
Complete thread -- CVS may be central venous sinus ? (or system)
Complete thread -- oooh no - 20 seconds too soon - I hope you saw the answer before sending in.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- first into abduction (?) something like that
Complete thread -- EKG and O2 sat monitoring
Complete thread -- serial 7s, or serial 7 subtractions. (start from 100, subtract 7, keep going)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- operating room. EKG _______ monitoring were performed throughout
Complete thread -- stabilized his scapula. ____ with multiple audible lysis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The patient was able to do *C V S obstructions*. He also was able to
Complete thread -- VAPR cautery
Complete thread -- established with a large *kala* cannula for instrumentation.... *vapor* cautery
Complete thread -- Thank you. nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- stuttering on p.o.? (would make sense, as Protonix can be given IV, changed to p.o. when
Complete thread -- listen for bile instead of vial
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ANA 1:40 (it is a ratio, not 1 to 40)...
Complete thread -- left submetatarsal head 1
Complete thread -- serpiginous borders. I think both is just an error by him. and your subject
Complete thread -- Oncology
Complete thread -- Podiatry eval, open lesion of the (s/l) *left submet head 1*/sm
Complete thread -- They changed Protonix to *P T O*. Sinus tachycardia
Complete thread -- GI endoscopy and collection of *vial* crystal salt
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- yes, but capitalize Pneumocystis as it is a genus name with species (carinii)
Complete thread -- PCP prophylaxis. Is the correct expansion? - pneumocystis carinii pneumonia?
Complete thread -- I just love when you come by 5 hours later and "agree" with the answers.
Complete thread -- achair?
Complete thread -- atable?
Complete thread -- okay, thank you :)
Complete thread -- Advair? I think he stutters and says it twice.
Complete thread -- No. Did you hear the audio? He says something in there while yawning. We know what stable
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- likely just saying "was atable" (has not enlarged/increased in size)
Complete thread -- INA intranaal aspiration as prophylaxis such as nettie pot maybe
Complete thread -- old file there
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- oh yeah - wouldn't that be awesome! I hate yawners - they deserve blanks when they yawn
Complete thread -- I wished when they yawned during dictating, the system would send an electric zap
Complete thread -- I think he's correcting - started to say "low...(er GI bleed)", changed to rectal bleeding
Complete thread -- thoracic aortic aneurysm. _____-was stable.
Complete thread -- of _______ rectal bleeding.
Complete thread -- also consider vesicular lesions sm
Complete thread -- hmmm... I hear it clearly and it makes perfect sense.
Complete thread -- Have a feeling uvula is correct (per Sunny)
Complete thread -- PET (stage) ?? as in staging the disease with PET testing
Complete thread -- agree-- flecks of -- more likely
Complete thread -- I can't hear extraintestinal (I hear where actual ___?)
Complete thread -- good one, new to me, lemme write that one down
Complete thread -- #2 & #3 different dx, prostate & brain. Dx #4 leave as dictated
Complete thread -- I can't hear anything but "nerve", will have to flag but thank you
Complete thread -- internal?
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- procedure of seton placement, s/l nerve sphincter sm pls
Complete thread -- he is saying "neck fash" which is slang for necrotizing fasciitis.
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thakn you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- So he doesn't hesitate after "attendant for"
Complete thread -- and if the patient works there, he would be more liable to call it correctly.
Complete thread -- mmm hmmm
Complete thread -- I agree. good call
Complete thread -- if you google just "walt" the second suggestion is Walt Disney World - so some people DO
Complete thread -- Hmm... Could be. I was kind of thinking "For a while didn't work."
Complete thread -- Walt Disney World
Complete thread -- He is currently... attendant for s/l waldisinwer
Complete thread -- econazole
Complete thread -- 2. ____ cream q.d. to the interdigital spaces on his feet. ...
Complete thread -- as primary markers of inflammation (?)
Complete thread -- calprotectin, ______ inflammation
Complete thread -- extraintestinal
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- gastroesophageal reflux or _____ manifestations of reflux including
Complete thread -- it was found that the patient had acute renal failure... (?)
Complete thread -- Thank you! So great to see an answer in the morning since I held the job. :-)
Complete thread -- emergency room, started on IV fluids. ______ patient in acute renal failure
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- Found "ABA" (applied behavior analysis) sm.
Complete thread -- receives OT and *A B A*, PT as well as speech and feeding therapy
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The patient with no recent ____ and then discharged home.
Complete thread -- heavy bicarb? I hear "admitted to CCU"
Complete thread -- got it: BMP is significant for BUN 11, creatinine 5.6, bicarb
Complete thread -- possible viral diarrhea. Been to CCU full IV fluids, ________. Hold ACE
Complete thread -- do you hear anything else in there... i think i do
Complete thread -- hypertelorism
Complete thread -- IV
Complete thread -- BMP is normal. INR is 0.9, ______ BUN 11, creatinine 5.6, bicarb 12.
Complete thread -- Then after responding to _____ fluids it became102/34, heart rate 62, temperature
Complete thread -- 1. I discussed the various treatment options for squamous cell carcino ...
Complete thread -- flecks of?
Complete thread -- flexor digitorum profundus, flexor digitorum superficialis?
Complete thread -- Orthopedic MD - (new work to me - ugh!)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- sounds pretty clear "flexi-stool" but sure can't verify it nor have I heard it before.
Complete thread -- It was more _______ stool.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I hear hypertelorism (altho could be hypotelorism)
Complete thread -- He has flat nasal bridge and _____. His weight is 8 pounds 10 ounces.
Complete thread -- flat nasal ridge and hyper*tinerism*
Complete thread -- I just can't get it. Thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- s/l PET disease
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- calcs, as in calcium deposits
Complete thread -- fever, bleeding, AND THE like
Complete thread -- what was the procedure, please
Complete thread -- pathology which could mean a return _____ is indicated
Complete thread -- think it is probably breast. Did they do a needle localization first?
Complete thread -- what was the biopsy of?
Complete thread -- confirming the presence of the *calcs*within the removed tissue
Complete thread -- google: trochlear headaches
Complete thread -- wait.... how about trochlear pains?
Complete thread -- flagging..
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- VR comes up with some doozies...
Complete thread -- oops...you mean
Complete thread -- VR style....mutation of the C282Y and H63D jeans.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the try; need to leave blank. nm
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- recurrent headache?
Complete thread -- maybe it is current headache
Complete thread -- and ? headache. S/l she says "correct" ????
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help. I sent it in to be sure
Complete thread -- I thought it might be past medical history in general.
Complete thread -- by looking at what you have, seems like that lesion could have been anywhere not just
Complete thread -- As far as I can tell they are referring to the lesion on the forehead
Complete thread -- That must be it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Uvula?
Complete thread -- insensate?
Complete thread -- Insensate is a word but does not start off like yours does
Complete thread -- He fell off a ladder and hit his head. He states he was *s/l a sense a* and paralyzed
Complete thread -- Dermatology - s/l evula or ebula squamous papilloma
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Having that first letter sure helps trying to figure what it is!
Complete thread -- para
Complete thread -- Sent a wav
Complete thread -- Oh, and they used a "Dingman" - another one I had to look up.
Complete thread -- I am not sure I have the first letter right, but it sounds like teratonia
Complete thread -- Learned something new again today. (SM)
Complete thread -- it is verbatim, and I think they will not approve
Complete thread -- I think 3 is fine too
Complete thread -- on #4 can you move approximately to in front of the year? (like 5&6)
Complete thread -- thanks so much both of ya :)
Complete thread -- I think they both are good.
Complete thread -- okay, how about #3? is it good?
Complete thread -- The prostatectomy could very well cause both of those. I'd probably leave them under #2.
Complete thread -- Need to know if I have #2 and #3 correct. We have to # list
Complete thread -- melons?
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: ___, Feldene, Celebrex, and anti-inflammatories.
Complete thread -- thanks. I kept hearing vehicular
Complete thread -- (Reticular - Lesions with a net-like arragement)
Complete thread -- reticular
Complete thread -- any guesses?
Complete thread -- some type of lesions... cannot hear vesicular
Complete thread -- & Nasalide as prophylaxis?
Complete thread -- Preop MRSA screening, Hibiclens bathing, antibiotics & nasal *INA* as prophylaxis/sm
Complete thread -- sometimes...
Complete thread -- Dr. x of Renal, (cap Renal)...
Complete thread -- Next, (like next heading) ____ in hospital) SM
Complete thread -- CHF. Ultrasound of renal showed chronic kidney disease.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- damn, you're good.
Complete thread -- at the bedside. Alert, oriented x3. The patient...
Complete thread -- Friend at the bedside alerted ______ the patient had four falls in two weeks..
Complete thread -- you're 100% correct.
Complete thread -- thanks all!
Complete thread -- I listened to MP3 and it clearly says cavity before ends
Complete thread -- says uterine, cavity is cut off.
Complete thread -- mp3 cuts off too soon
Complete thread -- uterine cavity
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- some cavity
Complete thread -- suction
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- not sure if missing something
Complete thread -- Yes that is it, thanks!
Complete thread -- tourniquet was applied at the *opposite* of the left brachium
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- caudocephalad?
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "caudal kif let"
Complete thread -- We all have that dream. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. There for a split second, I thought I was brilliant. :)
Complete thread -- (of part of the body) soft and hanging loosely or limply, especially so as to look or feel
Complete thread -- flaccid
Complete thread -- I think it is placid. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- contacted ____ physician to undergo? I hear "hospital for rule out GI bleed"
Complete thread -- "was" grafted? Is that your question. Leg can be grafted with tissue or.
Complete thread -- perhaps means AFTER treatment is looking excellent. Treatment is antibiotic &/or surgery
Complete thread -- IC? (interstitial cystitis)
Complete thread -- seen by Dr. Palumbo, who _____ the patient undergo upper
Complete thread -- SECONDARY DIAGNOSES: _____ , coronary artery disease
Complete thread -- second aortic component (A2). Not thinking right this morning. OP
Complete thread -- yep, a lot of times you hear A2 greater than P2. (google cardiac A2)
Complete thread -- Cardiac exam demonstrated normal first and second sound, "A2" was preserved. nm tia
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you! nm
Complete thread -- panoply?
Complete thread -- the patient has a "par-a-plea" of difficulities. Drawing a blank. tia nm
Complete thread -- scissorSs
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'd use one there for sure, these episodes, she has weakness. ...
Complete thread -- I use too many commas. Is one needed after episodes?
Complete thread -- I put "Metzenbaum scissors" but if adding a word isn't allowed, no apostrophe, just "s"
Complete thread -- I'd just treat it as a standard 'plural'... Metzenbaums. since he said it as more than
Complete thread -- I agree. We used a Metzenbaum's (scissor is understood).
Complete thread -- Never mind. I see what op means now and I'm really not sure if you'd treat this as
Complete thread -- I can't explain it, I just know there is no apostrophe with Metzenbaum
Complete thread -- Not the greatest example since Potts is not a
Complete thread -- mediastinum?
Complete thread -- k that is what I heard too
Complete thread -- looks excellent?
Complete thread -- Page 326 of BOS says otherwise. Not just diseases (sm)
Complete thread -- Mass in thyroid gland extending to the superior s/l gastinum
Complete thread -- She has a raised cystic bleb which _______ in the left eye superonasally.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- No apostrophe. BOS states "disease" not instrument. Just like Potts scissors
Complete thread -- Metzenbaums or Metzenbaum's (just like Alzheimer's) see context...
Complete thread -- She has a raised cystic bleb which *looks excellent* in the left eye superonasally.
Complete thread -- in regard to her right lower leg that (?) grafted-wav
Complete thread -- he is saying aspirin-infarction study.
Complete thread -- aspirin s/l proption study suggested aspirin was nonfunctional. (labs)
Complete thread -- His past medical history is significant for prostate enlargement, diab ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- to increase surface dose.
Complete thread -- bolus to increase _____. Risks, benefits, side effects,
Complete thread -- Possibly, but I swear I'm hearing a g in there.
Complete thread -- involved?
Complete thread -- second one was "new"
Complete thread -- The weightbearing surface of the medial femoral condyle was *s/l envogged.*
Complete thread -- moving on, flagging
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- SIU Student Health
Complete thread -- presented as a direct admit from _____ Health.
Complete thread -- under HPI they only think he said about SOB was "occasional".
Complete thread -- no idea what the blank is. The facility is Memorial Hospital of Carbondale (header addy)
Complete thread -- all I can think of is to relisten again, may be meaning pt seen by ID with urine
Complete thread -- cannot figure out what she says
Complete thread -- looks good to me! Wish I'd have thought of that.
Complete thread -- moderate? marked?
Complete thread -- well, N can s/l M, T can s/l D or V, but nothing comes to mind either way. sorry
Complete thread -- isn't "times 3 doses" typed x3 doses according to BOS
Complete thread -- I checked a pretty decent list for Escherichia coli antibiotics and nothing close
Complete thread -- generally cap the words preceding the TM or R symbol. The PTFE is abbreviation sm
Complete thread -- well could be a p instead of t but yeah pretty much
Complete thread -- he spelled THAT?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did know that.
Complete thread -- s/l entaterer - spells
Complete thread -- Cough. May be related to asthma given some _______ shortness of breath,
Complete thread -- that's a good suggestion.
Complete thread -- s/l bye ID with colonization
Complete thread -- yes, dropout. Found this sm & link
Complete thread -- My take on it. I love semicolons. others are comma sluts, I'm a semicolon
Complete thread -- Agree. I have subcription to Time Magazine and one sees how things change.
Complete thread -- OP, rinse mouth is a recommendation with use of this med.sm
Complete thread -- more on the subject
Complete thread -- you can start a sentence with but, style versus 'rule.' However, I think
Complete thread -- agree tertiary subspeciality, Orthopaedics. tertiary is merely the TYPE of facility
Complete thread -- yes, that is it! Thank you! :)
Complete thread -- Then just let the sentence run on..I wouldn't start a sentence with but.
Complete thread -- It is verbatim other than grammar, but that would read better.
Complete thread -- I would drop the "but" and start sentence with apparently.
Complete thread -- Does this read ok? I made long sentence into two.
Complete thread -- I bet that is it too. I found "Kyaw Naing, MD, PhD. Clinic Location(s): SIU Family Medici
Complete thread -- all I can catch is medicine service... can you look up that doctor and see his speciality?
Complete thread -- SIU general medicine? what/where is the hospital? Southern Illinois University School of
Complete thread -- He does say that next, but what was in the () is actually what he said first.
Complete thread -- unable to catch what she says
Complete thread -- aspirin 81 mg??
Complete thread -- ESL + VR = Acid pain 181,000 mg p.r.n. as needed. (acetaminophen 1000 mg p.r.n.
Complete thread -- I would do it tertiary subspeciality, Orthopaedics, ... Infectious Disease.
Complete thread -- No, sorry. I appreciate your help, though.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- I would think the tertiary subspecialty orthopedics is 1 thing and...
Complete thread -- anyone? this is a stat transfer
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- thank you. I went ahead and kept the blank and sent to QA :)
Complete thread -- well, "the sternum" was stable on palpation....
Complete thread -- I hear sternum where your blank is, but I could be wrong.
Complete thread -- all I hear is ________ stable on palpation
Complete thread -- listen for sternum. almost sounds like that.
Complete thread -- hmmm...then that blew my idea out of the water.
Complete thread -- open heart surgery
Complete thread -- (I mean, instead of putting incisions under "Skin"
Complete thread -- were the incisions on an extremity? maybe wherever the incisions were, that joint was
Complete thread -- might have been the way you searched. I just typed ASVD in google and voila...
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- depressed ankle jerks?
Complete thread -- Reflexes were symmetric, although s/l de-fib-u-lus ankle jerks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- stigmata? (stigma?)
Complete thread -- thanks... I wonder why that did not come up with I was searching ?
Complete thread -- Skin, no nicks, stigma, lesion.?
Complete thread -- Skin no ______ lesion
Complete thread -- ASVD, nonectatic aorta. (comma after ASVD)
Complete thread -- atherosclerotic vascular disease
Complete thread -- doc says ASVD, but I only see AVSD. ??
Complete thread -- preceding ?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I was leaning toward that.
Complete thread -- are better as well is the only change I'd make. (facial symptoms are better)
Complete thread -- Grammar check? The way I have this, does the 2nd is need to be are or is my comma
Complete thread -- pretty sure he is saying rinse mouth after this, but wanted confirmation.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- meaning this is not one of my normal assigned accounts.... mine ran out and was given
Complete thread -- not sure what "assist account" means, but it is really up to you. He is talking about
Complete thread -- mp3 is too short
Complete thread -- yeah, i hear re-in-stent stenosis. usually hear "in-stent" but...
Complete thread -- didn't realize it had picked her up - it's on my end. Rerecorded and reposted
Complete thread -- I am not familiar with cardiac at all, this is an "assist account". not sure what to put
Complete thread -- re-in-stent stenosis (what I hear)
Complete thread -- is that your child playing or the doctors?
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- Advair 250/50 one inhalation b.i.d. ________ , Spiriva 1 capsule
Complete thread -- oops more info
Complete thread -- "retinal pigment epithelial s/l dropouts
Complete thread -- thank you! I can hear that now, but could not before. Thanks!
Complete thread -- experiencing
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- think its perivasal - never mind
Complete thread -- oriented x 3?
Complete thread -- oriented x3 is what I heard.
Complete thread -- flgging
Complete thread -- typed lots of vasectomies, but a while ago and drawing a blank, sm plse
Complete thread -- in no apparent distress. _______
Complete thread -- Then perhaps they should say that "elevated" word. I would still flag.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks and sorry
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- leflunomide
Complete thread -- please make sure there are no mp3s still waiting for assistance before posting
Complete thread -- but this poster has to assume no one knows, so she can get her daily attention
Complete thread -- Omeprazole 20 mg daily, enalapril 10 mg daily, amlodipine 10 mg daily, _______ 10 mg
Complete thread -- can you repost? another MP3 on top of yours.
Complete thread -- Sensor tip guidewire (Sensor™ PTFE-Nitinol Guidewire)
Complete thread -- opacified
Complete thread -- and open-ended ureteral catheter and _____ guidewire was easily passed into the
Complete thread -- done, which ____ the upper pole
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- stent?
Complete thread -- poi and LB It does make sense. No JVP means (to the dictator) the JVP is NOT elevated
Complete thread -- s/l sensitive guidewire
Complete thread -- Thank you, but I know how to find side effects.
Complete thread -- Omeprazole 20 mg daily, enalapril 10 mg daily, amlodipine 10 mg daily, _______ 10 mg
Complete thread -- (probably because I cut & pasted some of that)
Complete thread -- generalized?
Complete thread -- Jus t trying to tell you how to find drug side effects for next time
Complete thread -- glad-dddd you got it, thought is was something like that.
Complete thread -- No JVP CAN also mean the jugulovenous pressure is NOT elevated
Complete thread -- OMG...she is saying "treated with donepezil" not "due to." Sigh! Difficult doctor.
Complete thread -- OMG...she is saying "treated with donepezil" not "due to." Sigh! Difficult doctor.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure what you are trying to say.
Complete thread -- I didn't see this post before, I read side effects on donepezil, not cognitive deficit
Complete thread -- Flagging because that is what you take the medication for. Thanks, though.
Complete thread -- I do appreciate your help. It definitely is a "go" sound at beginning.
Complete thread -- Thank you both. I have no clue how to post a wav. I have tried
Complete thread -- ahh sure, just might be your guess,-> sm
Complete thread -- can post a voice file for helpers to listen?
Complete thread -- first thought would be maybe somatized? but does not fit s/l
Complete thread -- why is there a - in side effects?
Complete thread -- not much like s/l go la von, ?exelon. The donepezil, I bet transposed his thoughts and I
Complete thread -- The insert on the manufacturer page says the list is not conclusive of all side-effects,
Complete thread -- This is a psych report. Not sure of the s/l. Something ill ized
Complete thread -- Quillivant?
Complete thread -- In a huge list of meds...s/l go-la-von (see diagnoses)
Complete thread -- Just got it back and it's MRI although she said MI:)
Complete thread -- maybe "spare" the Sinemet dose, meaning they won't have to
Complete thread -- Could not find that side effect of the medication!
Complete thread -- She has cognitive problems due to donepezil? What? That's why you take it? Confused.
Complete thread -- Are you sure it's not MR? That's what I often hear instead of MRI.
Complete thread -- oh my!
Complete thread -- Had one where physician stated patient to have rhizotomy, it typed right-sided sodomy!!
Complete thread -- Awesome, the fence post stood up for itself.
Complete thread -- lol good one.
Complete thread -- this was cute
Complete thread -- s/l MI left wrist for further evaluation. Not sure if meant MRI? but clearly says
Complete thread -- Ah thanks.
Complete thread -- cubital Tinel's. (can have a median Tinel's, etc, identifying which nerve
Complete thread -- Should this be - Negative cubital Tinel's? or Negative cubital, Tinel's?
Complete thread -- yeppers - as in voltage criteria for LVH
Complete thread -- abortus 1, A1 or AB1
Complete thread -- the patient desired to undergo bilateral tubal ligation as she is a gravida 4, para 3
Complete thread -- I went with envelope
Complete thread -- To me, if he was saying enbloc that would contradict what he
Complete thread -- Total guess here: Paneth cell metaplasia
Complete thread -- ? paracoccidioidomycosis
Complete thread -- He is either saying en bloc or envelope
Complete thread -- "Will check stool studies, PCM, C-reactive protein, and sprue panel."
Complete thread -- Thanks, but no. I believe she is destroying some type of word. Flagging.
Complete thread -- ugh, thanks so much
Complete thread -- supplement?
Complete thread -- s/l saw-pare (see inside)
Complete thread -- Rotablator™
Complete thread -- calcifications’ which require *rotor blader *
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- possibly
Complete thread -- He denies water brash but does observe ____ mucus sitting in the back of his throat
Complete thread -- well, I don't know about you, but it's early and not enough caffeine
Complete thread -- Duh...if I would have thought about it a little...
Complete thread -- Yes, on immunosuppression. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- thanks - thought so too
Complete thread -- Could be on immunosuppressive drugs for transplant? Would
Complete thread -- Got it - large pits (pitted red blood cells). Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Transplant 12/2013. WBC 2.9. Would you flag that value? No mention of it in report.
Complete thread -- it doesn't sound like platelets. Sounds just like pits.
Complete thread -- been found?
Complete thread -- sickle cell "large s/l pits occasional"
Complete thread -- she seems to have ______ with some recurrence or increased
Complete thread -- dictates hyper/hypoechoicness - change to hyperechogenicity?
Complete thread -- Awake seems to be right!
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- shows splenomegaly...
Complete thread -- CT chest showed significant bilateral axillary, supraclavicular, hilar, and
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions. Still not sure, so flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- cardiac digitalization?
Complete thread -- listen for: cardiac catheterization
Complete thread -- Patient will undergo s/l cardiac de-try-zation TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you for link.
Complete thread -- link (capillary refill is)
Complete thread -- s/l wet leather crepitus??
Complete thread -- yep, i definitely hear elevated procalcitonin of 7.64.
Complete thread -- I certainly agree with helper and hear elevated procalcitonin loud and clear.
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- thank you guys for all your help!! I greatly appreciate it!!
Complete thread -- sorry, got a phone call. It could be respirator dependent/acute respiratory failure
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- 3rd day of admission was positive
Complete thread -- strepcocci, no cap. these wavs are short and choppy. VERY hard to follow
Complete thread -- Her blood cultures yielded (stumbled there)
Complete thread -- endotracheal aspirate was...
Complete thread -- probably the same person who peed in everyone else's on this thread.
Complete thread -- have 3 blanks in this WAV
Complete thread -- I am not able to hear that at all, so will leave blank for this one
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- If they were just a list of values, that is right. But the sentence is giving markers
Complete thread -- I was worried because account states:
Complete thread -- procalcitonin
Complete thread -- 7, leukocytosis with a ... 16.7, (no ; needed there)
Complete thread -- going with what you said. Moving on to rest of report :)
Complete thread -- some type of lab 7.64
Complete thread -- unsure
Complete thread -- Okay
Complete thread -- no idea how bad of a diabetic patient is and no clue of dosages either, don't
Complete thread -- Not a mind reader. as stated, only the doctor would know for sure, just like below
Complete thread -- Just the same, sounds like a lot of insulin at one time.
Complete thread -- I never heard of a lot of things, but then I do.
Complete thread -- do you not here a "slash" in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- respirator-dependent acute respiratory failure?
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- brought to the hospital immedit (then corrected to) was transferred
Complete thread -- corrected self and unsure what said
Complete thread -- Never heard of taking 2 different insulins in 2 injections at one time.
Complete thread -- If needed. Only the doctor knows for sure.
Complete thread -- cannot catch what is said
Complete thread -- RE: 70/30 question below, Would a diabetic take 2 injections of different insulins
Complete thread -- wow, who peed in your cornflakes this morning?
Complete thread -- LOL - i wasn't tellin you, that was meant for the OP. I musta got lost ... like J. Geils.
Complete thread -- ahhh... i gotcha now. yep, epistaxis
Complete thread -- just got it. Epistaxis :)
Complete thread -- that was a correction. blank after PROBLEMS DURING HOSPITALIZATION:
Complete thread -- Would a diabetic take 2 injections of different insulin before breakfast?
Complete thread -- next paragraph, problems at the time of death: Septic shock
Complete thread -- what I am hearing
Complete thread -- new to account. Unsure what says after paragraph
Complete thread -- As your link says, the criteria for diagnosis is "seen." Blow it. And if you
Complete thread -- Whatchu tellin' me for? I just advised her if she was uncomfortable what
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- platelets are
Complete thread -- apples & oranges - technically it is "seen" on an EKG if you know your shiznit
Complete thread -- 1 more blank for this report
Complete thread -- THANK YOU SO MUCH!!
Complete thread -- Yes, what is a mist?
Complete thread -- I think 70/30 is fine. Even if vague to the reader, the doc knows what he means.
Complete thread -- healthcare-associated pneumonia is the 1st one. protocol, IV vancomycin is the 2nd blank
Complete thread -- more blanks
Complete thread -- thank you, I can now hear that :)
Complete thread -- I'd just delete the ""and the patient""" part, if you're allowed.
Complete thread -- I also did an arterial workup ?
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you for taking the time to help.
Complete thread -- also unclear what to leave as doctor corrected self. This is what was said
Complete thread -- All they'd have to do is verify by medication list. But if you're uncomfortable,
Complete thread -- Yes verbatim. I'm just wondering if 70/30 is vague to a reader.
Complete thread -- how do you perforate anything with a 'mist?' a mist of what?
Complete thread -- I would do it as doc said it
Complete thread -- new to acct, cannot figure out what she says
Complete thread -- There are different diabetic meds with 70/30. Thanks for helping.
Complete thread -- I would do it without hyphens myself... or do it non-revascularization
Complete thread -- what is unclear about 70/30? is it that you are guessing the doctor is saying 70/30? or??
Complete thread -- Dictated: TP takes "70/30" and NovoLog before breakfast for diabetes. 70/30 unclear?
Complete thread -- non re vascularizable. all one word? hyphens? I have some leeway to change the word.
Complete thread -- could it be mist?
Complete thread -- someone's few may be another's many. I don't care if you guys can't grasp it.
Complete thread -- I agree with you 100%. I've had 'a few" say it this way, but it just does NOT sound right
Complete thread -- How darn condscending. You are not causing ME any. I see a lot of it coming from
Complete thread -- I guess I like this job because it allows me to use my brain rather
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- QuantiFERON®-TB test (QFT) (manufactured by Cellestis Limited, Carnegie, Victoria, Austral
Complete thread -- proceed with "pon-ti-feron" test for TB. Positive PPD with negative chest x-ray. tia
Complete thread -- I explained it. And I'm done. They mean it is not elevated or visible. I cannot
Complete thread -- I guess I should have qualified that it makes no sense TO ME (still doesn't)
Complete thread -- does that make it make sense? To say someone has no venous pressure
Complete thread -- Columbia University Medical Center ... No obvious clinical consequences ... On exam, BP =
Complete thread -- medicine.emory.edu/.../Cases-from-Handbook.pdf
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?newwindow=1&q=physical+examination+%22no+jvp%22&oq=physical+
Complete thread -- Physical Examination Words and Phrases for Medical ...
Complete thread -- a Metzenbaum (a Metz).
Complete thread -- Then go argue with the doctors who say it because they do use it.
Complete thread -- I agree- the no in front of JVP makes it make NO sense
Complete thread -- I understand that, but a LOT of them also say JVP. I hear it all the time
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I know what it is, but they usually say no JVD, not no JVP.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- cant' think of anything else. i have a doc that says "a forceps, a scissors" ?
Complete thread -- not sure what doc means by Metz here, (scissors?)
Complete thread -- eburnated?
Complete thread -- Mayo Clinic Cardiology: Board Review Questions and Answers
Complete thread -- You don't want to SEE it.
Complete thread -- jugular venous pressure (JVP, sometimes referred to as jugular venous pulse) is the indire
Complete thread -- another forum has this (SM)
Complete thread -- but no JV pressure doesn't sound right either.
Complete thread -- The loose _____ material of the chondromalacia
Complete thread -- ok, I thought maybe no JVP would be like saying patient was dead
Complete thread -- JVP Jugular venous pressure ... Is fine.
Complete thread -- on exam, doc says no JVP (probably means JVD). Should I change it?
Complete thread -- good one!
Complete thread -- I would think "put out"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- nope, was just telling OP what I heard as well ;)
Complete thread -- my bad, I thought you were correcting me. :)
Complete thread -- yes, was agreeing (?)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- next sentence missing a word? He states that he was not experiencing what? a lot ...
Complete thread -- isn't that what I said?
Complete thread -- coexisting
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- it is "put his right hand"
Complete thread -- it sounds like "put(ed)", I would use put
Complete thread -- states that he was trying to keep balance and ______ his right hand to support himsel
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- stop stalking. All posters gave an opinion for the OP to decide
Complete thread -- wow, i was way off.
Complete thread -- that's what I hear too - he is another who needs to slow down
Complete thread -- I almost hear that! Thanks. I was thinking transverse but it was not there.
Complete thread -- paraspinous, spinous processes
Complete thread -- wav file, is there a word in there?
Complete thread -- arm, further
Complete thread -- while the assistant abducted and rotated the arm?
Complete thread -- ? release of synovectomy? something like that.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- cuff on the bursal side where ________ arm. Further bursa was removed
Complete thread -- tha's it
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- groove?
Complete thread -- She was observed in the holding area for 2 hours, at the following time discharged
Complete thread -- The biceps tendon was intact as was the *roux* with no biceps impingement.
Complete thread -- agree decorticalized sm
Complete thread -- holding area for two hours _____ follow up with us in one week
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- brc/abl or BRC/ABL t(9;22) mutation.
Complete thread -- CPAP machine?
Complete thread -- Continue ______. Discussed with the family
Complete thread -- Questioning the ECR able part. Does not make sense, but this lady never does:(
Complete thread -- guess: He was able to take a train a couple times which he does not like
Complete thread -- I heard the same thing, just didn't want to "poison the well"
Complete thread -- it could be 2 AP views as you must include both the knee and
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- under tiles? under trials? no clue here.
Complete thread -- I would not break them up, he is stating the factors of multifactorial dyspnea.
Complete thread -- wav is no longer there but suggestion: anterior and lateral borders
Complete thread -- train even to take a train _____ which he does not like but he can do.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I hear: "number next: _____ blood cultures sent."
Complete thread -- No. She had cultures earlier in the month on a different deal.
Complete thread -- And speak - not swallow words in the rush to get them all out at the same time!
Complete thread -- Sounds to me like "please don't put cultures sent." Has he said that earlier and wants it
Complete thread -- I wish some doctors would learn to speak into the phone, not swallow it.
Complete thread -- I am flagging. Nice to work for someone where you don't have a quota on flags.
Complete thread -- i just don't hear that. ?
Complete thread -- maybe just put next number, We will continue with... ?? i have no idea.
Complete thread -- could it be - please do blood cultures stat?
Complete thread -- decorticalized ? (i've seen it on a few websites, not sure its a word or not?)
Complete thread -- well - I thought sent was Stat but same idea
Complete thread -- Gosh. That is exactly what I heard. I just knew it was wrong.
Complete thread -- number next, please (don't) put cultures sent. ??
Complete thread -- decorticated?
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- contrecoup
Complete thread -- Wound care is provided utilizing hand rongeurs. The bone is s/l decortisized in this
Complete thread -- i would NOT add a decimal if not dictated, not that familiar with how they
Complete thread -- s/l counter coat
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- You could do:
Complete thread -- unsure if all separate or same
Complete thread -- (is in archives under beak tear
Complete thread -- 222.50 is how I'd interpret that, as you have it.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- parrot-beak tear
Complete thread -- 72-year-old man with right knee pain for approximately 2 years
Complete thread -- These are readingS btw
Complete thread -- lab help. This is Australia readings SM please
Complete thread -- tissue attachments, what I hear. from the gallbladder to the porta hepatis region.
Complete thread -- I can't hear atresia, I hear no futher tissue blahblahblah from the...
Complete thread -- DUH sorry. It is problems with the accent that sounded different.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- At this point, there were no further atresia __
Complete thread -- I am hearing in there there were no further atresia something
Complete thread -- SOFAR: from the gallbladder to the porta hepatis region.
Complete thread -- At this point, there were no further _________ from the gallbladder
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- supportive care measures
Complete thread -- colchicine 1.2
Complete thread -- Tp's daughter, nurse, wanted limited resuscitation and s/l *SCM*
Complete thread -- responded well to one dose of _____, one dose of prednisone 60
Complete thread -- Loud and clear now! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- cause that doesn't even talk about what she was asking about.
Complete thread -- your exerpt says that it is "FREED" of a mortise, not that there IS one!
Complete thread -- He is on Xarelto for his atrial fibrillation.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Just stuttering on "No." Heading within heading - Cranial nerves II through XII: No focal
Complete thread -- Cranial nerves II through XII. No focal deficits.
Complete thread -- today who removed __________. No residual cervical
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- The description starts on the bottom of page 28 of the link
Complete thread -- I would use "D" based on what I read in this link.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- showed favorable
Complete thread -- D-malposed great vessels or d-malposed great vessels? I'm seeing both.
Complete thread -- by Dr. Argilla at New York University Medical Center, which ______ hemodynamics.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- link brings up an error - don't waste your time
Complete thread -- addendum, did not listen, just popped in for a minute. A tip for next time sm
Complete thread -- a mortise to cradle the humeral head like (portion from- link
Complete thread -- please note: UNDER fluoroscopic guidance
Complete thread -- distal to the medial malleolus, chronic in nature. Compared with previous ...
Complete thread -- 2000 (8 pm). check military time. Lots of physicians use military time.
Complete thread -- Now the doctor is saying *20 hundred* hours. How do you type this? NM
Complete thread -- and delivered male infant at *20 thousand* hours. NM
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying though.
Complete thread -- I tried and tried to find it with the acromion, but just cannot document it at all? I won
Complete thread -- Exactly. That's why I was questioning it. Will wait for one more listening ear. Thanks!
Complete thread -- that's kinda what I hear, but I've never heard it used anatomically, other than the
Complete thread -- wav now posted.
Complete thread -- ESL Hell. Seriously. "he, he, ummm, he ehh ......since his complaints were
Complete thread -- anterolateral 'mortise' of the acromion.. Not sure of 'mortise'
Complete thread -- atrial septectomy
Complete thread -- pulmonary artery band, division of the patent ductus arteriosus _____, and atrial ___
Complete thread -- sending it back would be "cherry picking" - you type what you can and blank the rest.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- suctioned?
Complete thread -- doctored
Complete thread -- or change to "discussed the patient with Dr. X
Complete thread -- who has been ________ for a long time.
Complete thread -- especially since some MTs have no clue how to use commas.
Complete thread -- those misplaced modifiers are gonna get Dr. X in trouble!
Complete thread -- Gossipy doctor! If he had been on the table with her, I bet he would not appreciate that
Complete thread -- "I discussed the patient while she was still on the table with Dr. x" (LOL!!) nm
Complete thread -- trapezius.
Complete thread -- Just came to me doxazosin. OP nm
Complete thread -- doxasozin?
Complete thread -- Drawing a blank...know it if I hear it, "tok-a-zas-a-sin" doc mumbling. tia sm
Complete thread -- and it makes a lot more sense than what i was hearing
Complete thread -- Now that actually sounds like what she is saying.
Complete thread -- I hear: definition and attachment
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I flagged as I ended up with other blanks.
Complete thread -- stuttering on rectus space ?
Complete thread -- the s/l *di-rectus* space was also dissected down.
Complete thread -- actually backfilled has way more hits.
Complete thread -- back-filled
Complete thread -- I was between distention, adhesion, and dissection.
Complete thread -- distention?
Complete thread -- wav file, I am dithering between 2 or 3 words.
Complete thread -- nah, nevermind
Complete thread -- or maybe trapezious even?
Complete thread -- Woops! Meant quantity and not quality. Speed is quantity.
Complete thread -- yes, thanks - my new word of the day
Complete thread -- thanks for getting back to us
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Never would have gotten that with how I was spelling it.
Complete thread -- I never understand why they pick one when others are directly contradictions.
Complete thread -- Agree - I'd set it off with commas
Complete thread -- Couvelaire
Complete thread -- She is ESL so my SL might be off - sounds like qua-va-lear or Kwa-va-lear
Complete thread -- don't go all
Complete thread -- you need the commas around chronic in nature, as a qualifier.
Complete thread -- but I'm gonna stop listening and wait for OP to give us some feedback.
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- actually, I don't really hear "severe" OR "afib" at all, but *might* hear "history of
Complete thread -- I do not hear the file?
Complete thread -- OK thanks.
Complete thread -- Sounds like we work for the same place. LOL!! Sad though. Poor patients!!!
Complete thread -- I don't doubt it in the least. I have seen way too many reports
Complete thread -- actually, I don't hear "severe" just afib, and I don't hear the "and"
Complete thread -- flag it because you don't hear it? How about letting the OP decide?
Complete thread -- Looks good to me, yes
Complete thread -- I don't hear coronart artery disease or history of either. Flag it
Complete thread -- You mean like this? See inside...
Complete thread -- I would not either. commas
Complete thread -- in the form of eye drops
Complete thread -- I would not separate -- chronic in nature, perhaps comma?
Complete thread -- The last 3 sentences I made separate instead of one. Do they make sense
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I gave him a blank, but thank you for helping.
Complete thread -- another 'possibility' would be the teres minor? just a guess
Complete thread -- no. It is not 2 AP (views), it is 2 views, AP and lateral.
Complete thread -- I don't doubt it. People like you and me -- the ones who are bothered by these kinds of
Complete thread -- agree with coronary artery disease.
Complete thread -- I doubt that a person would type wildly in the first place, or would not do it enough time
Complete thread -- LOL!! I know that feeling!! I don't want to get started either. I could go on and on...
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- posting 9 answers to one question??, me me. Does not justify bullies?
Complete thread -- triceps?
Complete thread -- I might hear "history of coronary artery disease" --sm
Complete thread -- gentleman complaining of _____ change in mental status
Complete thread -- secondary to opioids, ____ AICD, severe AFib, hypertension
Complete thread -- axillary mass - ESL
Complete thread -- take out the comma after Two
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- 2 (views), AP (and) lateral
Complete thread -- our company has a setup where we can report issues, but they only want what
Complete thread -- See inside.
Complete thread -- what I understand is the majority of editors have to fix before it learns the fix
Complete thread -- Two AP, lateral ?
Complete thread -- And no one is training it to fix it - although I have made the same correction
Complete thread -- Correct platement of commas?
Complete thread -- we are not encouraged either. Every doctor, every account, everything is considered just
Complete thread -- Could be, but the doctor clearly said widely this time. I hate to think
Complete thread -- VR has to learn from a human, though, so somebody must've trained it that way.
Complete thread -- Wonder if that was VR? It comes in that way all of the time for me on VR.
Complete thread -- LOL!! Now I have heard it all. Another MT put
Complete thread -- s/lk lithafoam eye drops
Complete thread -- I don't like it when it dangles.
Complete thread -- links
Complete thread -- Thank you - all of you!
Complete thread -- Also, I would think it'd be "drop-and-dangle range of motion" (w/o "of")
Complete thread -- agree - I hear full, which fits with 0 to 115 degrees.
Complete thread -- I sort of hear that now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- or could be saying: extension, full range of motion 0 to 115 degrees
Complete thread -- s/l 0 to 115 degrees
Complete thread -- That is funny. I feel bad that I did not even look. I always look!
Complete thread -- wav file - questioning the 0.15 - that just seems wrong.
Complete thread -- I had to add something else because just "Drop and dangle" it showed a lot of earrings.
Complete thread -- YES!! Thank you SOOOO much!!
Complete thread -- Gosh! I actually never even looked it up because he is so hard to understand and I was
Complete thread -- that is what i heard
Complete thread -- agree - "drop and dangle" googles well
Complete thread -- subcuticular belongs in the previous sentence. Steri-strips go on top
Complete thread -- choanae
Complete thread -- choana?
Complete thread -- drop and dangle is what it is - passive flexion protocol. Google those phrases and
Complete thread -- brain: Anterior s/l Co-I-Nas
Complete thread -- It actually sounds like drop and dangle. would drop in angle sound right here?
Complete thread -- to its fullest extent.
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- all punctuation goes inside, unless you have a quote within a quote.
Complete thread -- Thank you all.
Complete thread -- and dried and packed ______ . The wound was then
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- you have it correct sm
Complete thread -- Don't need a semicolon after unstable, should be a comma with quotes outside
Complete thread -- probably - thanks
Complete thread -- That's a horrible dictation. I'd send it back.
Complete thread -- yes, I mean percolation - I misspelled it
Complete thread -- I have had this a couple of times before and it stumps me.
Complete thread -- agree with handcuffs (restrains). Should that be ANTIinflammatories?
Complete thread -- aphasia (aphagia?)
Complete thread -- do you mean
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- awake, and oriented x3. _____ intact.
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure the ; goes outside quotes. (commas and periods inside)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- perculation?
Complete thread -- He is saying handcuffs... I'm going to just use it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ?perfusion
Complete thread -- s/l "he woke up in the woods"
Complete thread -- this is all I could get. Might look for old copy to go by for help
Complete thread -- #8 tracheostomy tube was inserted and adequate s/l*per-too-lation**was maintained
Complete thread -- Says that he woke up _______ and he decided to
Complete thread -- hampers?
Complete thread -- s/l hand cuffs
Complete thread -- I heard subcuticular (we already had the subcutaneous closure)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- not your blank but ...444 ohms - 0.5 msec pulse width, current of 3 mA...
Complete thread -- subcutaneous Steri-Strips and dressing
Complete thread -- oh my gawd
Complete thread -- gotta sound alike? Is this pacemaker plalcement
Complete thread -- gotta sound alike? Is this pacemaker plalcement
Complete thread -- continuous fashion. The _____ Steri-Strips and dressing
Complete thread -- multi questions
Complete thread -- (gel isn't there, you don't inject gel) and placed SUPINE and connected to...
Complete thread -- The lead was _____ superior vena cava
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- threw her back might actually mean she did injure her back (threw her back
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- for No. 3 I mean
Complete thread -- nope, puncture. puncture was attempted.
Complete thread -- No. 3 is "cannula was" (not sure vein is there)
Complete thread -- CT perfusion (CTP)
Complete thread -- s/l *C T P* study
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- mic is a subscript, not the M grade
Complete thread -- a few ?s
Complete thread -- cancer staging
Complete thread -- with 1% lidocaine gel _____ IV sedation
Complete thread -- thanks, i went wrong,because i kept thinking she must have injured her "back", so i couldn
Complete thread -- threw
Complete thread -- Subsequently she hit her occiput on the bleachers as it ___her back. ...
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- She's a sweeper. Post gets deleted because SM
Complete thread -- She was playing with the ____ Travel Team. She is a ____. she is taking
Complete thread -- s/l wall sharps travel team (NJ account)
Complete thread -- 3-4
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- There was an incision made at the *three four* intermetatarsal space. ...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Florinef? nm
Complete thread -- Medications: Lisinopril, vitamin D, gabapentin, and ____________.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- Tonsillectomy in 6/10 (or some other date?)
Complete thread -- Significant for hypercholesterolemia, possible COPD. Past surgical history:
Complete thread -- And to give credit where credit is due, kkj answers at least 4-5 times the number of
Complete thread -- Thanks. :) Don't worry about it, I think it's my personal troll.
Complete thread -- and, between the two of them, they answer most of the questions on this board.
Complete thread -- There is a Dr. Slade who was a pioneer in LASIK surgery, maybe named after him?
Complete thread -- and, oddly, there are 9 left parentheses by the same poster; here - let's even that out...
Complete thread -- blade/knife...same difference?
Complete thread -- I see "slit" blade in there too, hmmm...
Complete thread -- found I-Slider Side Port Knives (see link) - maybe saying slide or side blade
Complete thread -- I wish I could! She's a fairly new doctor to this clinic. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Me too! Cuz she says it TWICE so clearly! Lol Thanks!
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- kclpaj 5, kkjpnc 4 = 2 different helpers.
Complete thread -- that doc probably says the same thing all the time, can you access other reports of his?
Complete thread -- yea, I can't find diddly that s/l slade/slayed... which is what this word is doing to me.
Complete thread -- tried googling blade for cataract surgery paracentesis and Super is mostly what I see?
Complete thread -- THANKS for trying! Good words you've got, but s/l SLADE! Lol
Complete thread -- and - in a lot of samples where i work, to create the paracentesis, they use the Superblad
Complete thread -- I looked for this before on a lower post, and couldn't find a thing. When doing these, I
Complete thread -- cataract extraction attempt #2!
Complete thread -- THAT might be it! THANKS!
Complete thread -- 1.0 side port ??
Complete thread -- cataract extraction
Complete thread -- I looked again, still 9 chatty posts same helper
Complete thread -- PDS is a suture material for use in soft tissue approximation,
Complete thread -- myeloid related to bone marrow (disorders) myeloid disorder
Complete thread -- Look again, two different helpers. If you don't like it, keep scrolling.
Complete thread -- EN in this context could be enteral nutrition
Complete thread -- peripheral smear shows occasional blasts concerning for primary sl "myelodisorder?
Complete thread -- what??This has turned into a social media chat room with nine posts same helper (: -((
Complete thread -- Of course it is! Thanks. I will email QA.
Complete thread -- and looks like i'm over 5 minutes too late. sorry!
Complete thread -- more acutely for her
Complete thread -- Sending to QA as it is a stat. Cannot hold up any longer. Thanks
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- He is bad to begin with, but I did hear that clearly. Grand is the only way it could be.
Complete thread -- Why do doctors have to make everything so difficult? sheesh
Complete thread -- I think so by the way it looks.
Complete thread -- I was wondering if he actually meant maternal grandfather and grandmother
Complete thread -- and you really aren't adding another word by changing to mother, BUT
Complete thread -- Well, says maternal father, so maternal mother might sound better.
Complete thread -- Would you add Grand to this to make sense or leave as dictated?
Complete thread -- I did too. :)
Complete thread -- LOL! Great!
Complete thread -- I'm at the end of my caffeine run, time for me to go climb into my coffin soon.
Complete thread -- actually, you don't need to give the reason why on this one, it's obvious.
Complete thread -- I could use more java this morning myself!
Complete thread -- Could maybe use some caffeine or some kind of (hopefully natural) stimulant.
Complete thread -- I agree, I've heard him a lot on here and he's just "blah"
Complete thread -- asked to see for possible pain - possibility of pain?
Complete thread -- hopefully there's some clue farther along in the report?
Complete thread -- aside: I think it's kind of funny how I hear this particular guy more often than some of
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- You can only remove audio. "Report" the post as "Report abusive post" so billybob
Complete thread -- agree (I think; certainly sounds better, conveys same idea).
Complete thread -- how do you remove posts???
Complete thread -- was asked to see for _______ pain. There was complaint of right-sided pain
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Xifaxan?
Complete thread -- Among them are fentanyl...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- lay
Complete thread -- Pamelor?
Complete thread -- . Most of them are fentanyl...?
Complete thread -- interferon beta-1b by injection, Corgard, ______ and Ditropan
Complete thread -- on numerous medications ________, fentanyl, folic acid
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- lay laid?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- med s/l nyvaxin
Complete thread -- Heaped-up lesion
Complete thread -- balloon
Complete thread -- Retroflexion was performed. _______ lesion was seen along the dentate line
Complete thread -- standard tracheal collar. The _____ was inflated and held
Complete thread -- _____ taken down through subcutaneous...(can't get the first word
Complete thread -- incision was made. _____ subcutaneous tissue through the platysma
Complete thread -- what is the whole sentence before & after your "slade" word?
Complete thread -- objective muscle strength? Oxford scale manual strength?
Complete thread -- Got it! Coracoid....
Complete thread -- Hearing "knee sleeve"
Complete thread -- s/l ob-stran-em-mono strength testing is intact. TIA!
Complete thread -- wav file uploaded (really muffled sound quality)
Complete thread -- anyone hear of a slade blade for cataract surgery?
Complete thread -- TPN total parenteral nutrition
Complete thread -- TPN has now been started. Not sure what the ENDT is? nutritionist of some sort?
Complete thread -- Left blank. nm
Complete thread -- papaverine/nm
Complete thread -- Pt to have PPN and hospice. "We did ask for a s/l *ENDT* consult for PPN/sm
Complete thread -- The vein was distended gently with *pa-pa-vrin* and heparin solution
Complete thread -- wag - malady?
Complete thread -- nevermind... found it malady
Complete thread -- s/l melody... but definition seems to not fit
Complete thread -- That's about all I got too. I think if it was slowed down, we could probably
Complete thread -- I don't know but I do hear "legs." Unfortunately,
Complete thread -- AP view shows "posterouro" with some uncinate process
Complete thread -- or "on the" legs?
Complete thread -- That's what I was
Complete thread -- I'm sure it was a typo and meant "in the
Complete thread -- He's kinda quick there, but I don't hear pediatric, or "the in legs"
Complete thread -- I have that verse stuck on my computer monitor.
Complete thread -- which was amenable to blood transfusions?
Complete thread -- and a pediatric (something)....?
Complete thread -- were flexed 30 degrees and _____ the in legs
Complete thread -- secondary to anemia _____ blood transfusions
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- outset
Complete thread -- From the _______, the aspirate was clear
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- incised. After ____ the peritoneal cavity, immediately.. can't get that word in there.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- it was taken down full thickness through the skin and ...
Complete thread -- around the colostomy. _____ skin and subcutaneous tissue
Complete thread -- linea alba was identified and incised, _____ the peritoneal cavity
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- at Christian Hospital
Complete thread -- lung cancer treated with _____ July last year,
Complete thread -- The patient did have vanco _____ vanco level was 51.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- can't get the 2nd one...he's just way too fast.
Complete thread -- observed in the holding area... still working on the 2nd one.
Complete thread -- i added a
Complete thread -- Is there a wav or mp3 to go with this?
Complete thread -- Phonics
Complete thread -- He was ______ holding area for two hours’ time _____ in one week discharge.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks. I capped it because that is how it was in archives. Thanks !
Complete thread -- color me totally contused
Complete thread -- Most definitely!
Complete thread -- Once identified, with a combo of PDS blunt ..... blah blah
Complete thread -- SM on Uro-jet. But, coude isn't capped.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- is it Uro-Jet or Urojet?? finding both
Complete thread -- taken down (through?) full-thickness?
Complete thread -- It was ______ into the subcutaneous tissue
Complete thread -- Once identified with a combination of *P D S* blunt and Ligasure dissection, the appe
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- second blank: incised via the previous skin incision?
Complete thread -- was made over the center of the disk space?
Complete thread -- roll?
Complete thread -- Love and peace
Complete thread -- This is stage 2 of 2-stage surgery. After the ______ was turned over for the posteri
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I smell a furner
Complete thread -- Phonics
Complete thread -- couple of blanks
Complete thread -- I believe talking about where the line of anastomosis is crossing like an intersection
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- 2 ?s
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Continue vancomycin 1 g IV q.12 h. _____.
Complete thread -- ?see link. it talks about "fish"
Complete thread -- mesh
Complete thread -- you can repost now
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ...appear intact and no saccades are noticed.
Complete thread -- At this point, *fish* was placed into abdominal cavity
Complete thread -- anyone out there this morning?
Complete thread -- The *crossing* anastomosis was bolstered with a simple
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't see before I posted
Complete thread -- you recorded over my WAV
Complete thread -- , I suspect that it vas ________ medications would be of any benefit
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- That could be okay, meaning not pronounced, if it's
Complete thread -- ok, seemed weird to me
Complete thread -- colon lesions as well. (that's fine. they dont want a chest tube for that...it is for
Complete thread -- They know there were ______ as well possibly
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- or only has one ear?
Complete thread -- or "no history of..."?
Complete thread -- Maybe he is deaf in one ear...
Complete thread -- you heard more than I could. (maybe "history of" urine loss?)
Complete thread -- I agree, what to they think they are accomplishing. They just have to correct it anyway.
Complete thread -- too fast for me. a few corrections, though:
Complete thread -- regular urine loss?????? Wayyy to fast - what a jerk!
Complete thread -- No burning upon urination, has regular _____.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 3 mm to 2. (the pupils constricted down by 1 mm when light shone in them)
Complete thread -- They know there were *colon* lesions as well possibly for
Complete thread -- s/l subtle hypertension
Complete thread -- and an episode TIA ________ . For presyncope
Complete thread -- reactive bilaterally, _____. Speech was fluent
Complete thread -- Maybe no carotid bruits?
Complete thread -- Thanks. :) Save me a glass. ;)
Complete thread -- The patient agrees to my current recommendations. She will decide in a.m. whether to
Complete thread -- I still hear the previous MP3
Complete thread -- The patient ________. She will decide today on whether
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear it now: Neck: ___ bruits
Complete thread -- After accommodation I hear "extraocular muscles intact" but then not sure
Complete thread -- enalapril?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- NECK: _______
Complete thread -- amlodipine, Synthroid, simvastatin, ______, and atenolol
Complete thread -- Constitutional: No recent fevers, chills, night sweats...
Complete thread -- Constitutional: No recent fever, chills, night sweats: Head: Positive for
Complete thread -- A bit too fast to get it. Suggest on your end, slow down to a crawl and relisten
Complete thread -- s/l NCWD. normocephalic, well-developed
Complete thread -- a dictator who started med school long ago and not in opthal speciality
Complete thread -- sorry this is a wav
Complete thread -- Constitutional: _____ head. _______ lightheaded.
Complete thread -- again k k j p n c ha
Complete thread -- Pt had a 21-week OB ultrasound s/l NCWD. TIA!
Complete thread -- nope, Horatio Honblower fictional character
Complete thread -- Thank you. I have found the answers through all your suggestions.
Complete thread -- That is, it's both...
Complete thread -- "postoperative day number one"
Complete thread -- It's a both a good post and defense and argument.
Complete thread -- maybe WHC is women's health community...(what is geographical location?)
Complete thread -- PNC, ? prenatal care or postnatal care
Complete thread -- prenatal care (PNC) with ???
Complete thread -- Patient has expected delivery date in 2 days, s/l PNC with s/l WHCOM. TIA!
Complete thread -- agree, no mp3
Complete thread -- nope, nothin to listen to
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- Next number. Hypokalemia. As for the hypokalemia...
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- No mp3 here either
Complete thread -- No mp3
Complete thread -- Constitutional: _____ head. _______ lightheaded. Eyes: History of blurry vision w
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- couple of ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think he is trying to mash together Synthroid and Thyroid and saying SynThyroid...
Complete thread -- simvastatin Neurontin, Plavix, aspirin, ________, vitamin supplements.
Complete thread -- Again, secondary to patient has subtle dementia, ........
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- patient does look pale; again, _____, the patient has _____dementia
Complete thread -- That's about as slow as it gets. Thanks for listening, will flag.
Complete thread -- depends on your account. I usually use number 1. again, where I work, we can not use
Complete thread -- postop day number 1 or postop day #1 or postop day number one?
Complete thread -- the whole kit & kaboodle
Complete thread -- you too -- but, try again tomorrow. I have faith you can stir up
Complete thread -- can ya slow it down a hair? I got the end. 100.
Complete thread -- context: parts of something written/spoken that immediately precede & follow word or passa
Complete thread -- or both and only 1 thing. ;)
Complete thread -- Eye examination
Complete thread -- Where I work, we were told to take out "both" if there are more than 2 things.
Complete thread -- p.s. I won't be back here for many hours, so consider the above my full defense/argument.
Complete thread -- well, "technically" that could be okay.
Complete thread -- Okay plug your ears I gotta scream!! I hate it when they say
Complete thread -- guess I can't stir up any trouble... but now I'm off for the day. Have a good one
Complete thread -- colors? whites? delicates?
Complete thread -- what you do mean "around here?"
Complete thread -- you can keep it interesting by asking the next poster for context
Complete thread -- You must be bored to do laundry! LOL!! That is my last resort:)
Complete thread -- I'm off today and helped out this morning on here, now I'm just bored. back to laundry...
Complete thread -- the fun is starting to trickle in... in dribs and drabs
Complete thread -- Toot toot (me, blowing my horn)
Complete thread -- Not boring anymore:))
Complete thread -- Maybe she went up the hill? She might come tumbling along later, though.
Complete thread -- Hello? Jill?? Anyone there? Another OP not coming back.
Complete thread -- Fridays are so boring around here.
Complete thread -- agree - that's where the name comes from. I used to think it was named after a Hornblower
Complete thread -- yea, 1 word, i was just picturing it in my head as someone playing a horn.
Complete thread -- It is all one word. There are YouTube videos if you want to see what it is exactly.
Complete thread -- wouldn't it be sort of holding your arms and playing trumpet? horn blower?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- will check
Complete thread -- this has come up before, and I'm pretty sure the answer is no. Not named after anybody.
Complete thread -- can you hear "he has CBI" (continuous bladder irrigation) ?
Complete thread -- He has a *E V I* ongoing that is clear
Complete thread -- Hornblower's sign, deltoid no pain.
Complete thread -- thats what it s/l to me too - prosthosis
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- platelets 335. CMP (comprehensive metabolic profile )
Complete thread -- CMP
Complete thread -- no mp3 yet, but probably platelets 335. CMP or chemistries, something designating
Complete thread -- certainly s/l prosthosis - but does he mean proptosis or perhaps prosthesis (fake eye)?
Complete thread -- PET-avid
Complete thread -- 87, platelets 335, _____ significant for a sodium 129, BUN 20,
Complete thread -- proptosis ( although it does s/l he says pros (as in prostate)...
Complete thread -- Maybe misspoke. I'm pretty sure a biopsy, not an LP, would be done for a tissue diagnosis.
Complete thread -- HEENT: Pink conjunctivae, _____.
Complete thread -- fitting or getting some spectacles? (who calls them spectacles these days?)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- okay, thanks all! :)
Complete thread -- also fits with next line about him being "curious" - he is just a wondering, curious guy.
Complete thread -- s/ *L P* for tissue diagnosis
Complete thread -- well, the injection helped, now it hurts, so he wonders if it's because the shot wore off.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I went without commas.
Complete thread -- Eye exam
Complete thread -- that is what I heard too, but did not make sense to me
Complete thread -- swears that it wore off? (5th listen) - ??'
Complete thread -- agree - no commas
Complete thread -- he just wonders if it wore off (?)
Complete thread -- swears ?
Complete thread -- Personally I say no commas needed.
Complete thread -- don't think I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- JMO, but I would use them around the word primarily.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Is comma needed in sentence
Complete thread -- scybalous.
Complete thread -- still do not hear your wav, so just guessing, something about the sclerae? that it is cle
Complete thread -- CAT scan showed *scat-tus* stool throughout the colon.
Complete thread -- me too?
Complete thread -- all I hear is that old wav?
Complete thread -- : Pink conjunctivae, _____.
Complete thread -- proptosis?
Complete thread -- ptosis?
Complete thread -- no ptosis?
Complete thread -- conjunctivae, *prostosis*, no cerv
Complete thread -- thanks for trying lb
Complete thread -- something pressure 15? can't get "what" pressure. horrible sound file. sorry
Complete thread -- guaifenesin
Complete thread -- morcellator?
Complete thread -- hyst & mini-lap to remove uterus.The latter was done as the *morris later* is no
Complete thread -- prior to admission alprazolam, _____, Zyprexa, albuterol
Complete thread -- THanks.
Complete thread -- Right heart cath revealed right atrial pressure 9/10, __________ 56/55,
Complete thread -- First one
Complete thread -- 3- to 4-month program or 3 to 4-month program?
Complete thread -- thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- been ongoing for approximately 1 week
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- On the neurological examination, the patient has left-sided weakness. Paragraph, hospital
Complete thread -- agree w/both
Complete thread -- paragraph - hospital course
Complete thread -- 2nd blank - mumbling and saying HOSPITAL COURSE:
Complete thread -- nothing on first blank, he's stuttering on neurological.
Complete thread -- Thank you, everyone.
Complete thread -- Neurological _____ examination: the patient has left sided weakness. _______ the ho
Complete thread -- thanks so much-
Complete thread -- I want it to be bifurcation or trifurcation, but don't hear that.
Complete thread -- subduration? could possibly be distribution. ?
Complete thread -- cranioplasty not corneoplasty (its his accent)
Complete thread -- don't hear a wav
Complete thread -- Added
Complete thread -- cerebral artery *subduration* and appears to have no changes from the prior
Complete thread -- frontotemporal *corneoplasty* with encephalomalacia in the posterior right
Complete thread -- that's called a double possessive and is a point of debate among grammarians.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Bilateral renal cysts and s/l "retroperoneal" lymphadenopathy.
Complete thread -- Do we say "a friend of my uncle" or "a friend of my uncle's"? In spite of the fact that "a
Complete thread -- No. She is Dr. Carter's patient, a patient of Dr. Carter's.
Complete thread -- no. She is a patient of Dr. Carter (even though often dictated wrong)
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Possessive or not? Jane Doe is a patient of Dr. Carter's. OR
Complete thread -- will check back in a.m. if anyone is able to help.
Complete thread -- PMH: CAD, COPD, HTN, s/l body in head. End. TIA!
Complete thread -- Right heart cath revealed right atrial pressure 9/10, __________ 56/55,
Complete thread -- can give title of OP note
Complete thread -- actually she DID say "thank you for any help" missed it?. rushed so happy snarking
Complete thread -- chill
Complete thread -- no one is talking about "answering the question." Carry on.
Complete thread -- she answered the question before you snarked
Complete thread -- Talk about wanting attention. Hey, if you notice, I told the truth. :p
Complete thread -- don't have to presume, your nasty posts tell on you. Go away.
Complete thread -- SGPT (lab term) (aka ALT (or just PT) stands for serum glutamic-pyruvic transaminase
Complete thread -- Don't presume to know anything about me. Get over it. shark, snark
Complete thread -- stop it. are not sorry for anything. If sorry, not shark in first place want ATTENTION
Complete thread -- Sorry, just warning her of the truth. Not a snark, fact.
Complete thread -- pulp and tissues have adhered nicely?
Complete thread -- don't be snarky, don't want to help, just scroll on
Complete thread -- yes, ok, never mind... Took me a minute.
Complete thread -- hold on, he has 2 guardians, okay, think I solved it.
Complete thread -- SGOT serum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase (or, may just hear “OT”
Complete thread -- Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- Yes, that's what I just came to the conclusion to also. Thanks very much.
Complete thread -- plate and tissues have
Complete thread -- ethylenediamine-tetraacetic acid (EDTA) solution.
Complete thread -- Don't hold your breath. She only replies to her special friends.
Complete thread -- Calcific band keratopathy surgery. Cannot make out the solution name. Poor quality
Complete thread -- is no exposed plate and tissues ....?
Complete thread -- right mandible reconstruction ...
Complete thread -- can give title of OP note
Complete thread -- OP: when in doubt, go directly to employer for THEIR guidelines, not anonymous board
Complete thread -- Correction no exposed s/l platin. Tissues have adhered nicely. ...
Complete thread -- Reconstructive surgery
Complete thread -- Excellent MTing, will go far in any medically related job wanted to let you know
Complete thread -- I aims to please.
Complete thread -- a guess and would go with M line as dictated but Mahurkar catheters (aka line) sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input and great link!
Complete thread -- haha...gotta love it.
Complete thread -- You are ruining the board. ;)
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. I'm going with / just wanted to know I was not alone.
Complete thread -- The link finally opened but not so helpful see link
Complete thread -- whaaa???
Complete thread -- Alright! He is the guy with the form. :)
Complete thread -- I can't get link to open, but neck cracking (chiropractor) has a risk of stroke
Complete thread -- the X is always capped. T2-(to)T3N1GX
Complete thread -- sorry, I didnt even read the whole thing... duh
Complete thread -- I had an ESL that said "double dot and dot comma" for colon and semicolon...who knows
Complete thread -- s/l it could be T2 to T3N1Gx ??
Complete thread -- LOL - Yeah - Love it when they are "helpful"
Complete thread -- He says it 3 times so far - EXTREMELY clear recording
Complete thread -- Esophageal cancer "T2T3N1Gx" What is appropriate way to transcribe?
Complete thread -- I haven't either, he obviously is trying to be helpful haha
Complete thread -- I know right. I wonder where they learn punctuation marks.
Complete thread -- I keep hearing "tennis rhythm" LOL!
Complete thread -- I keep finding back and neck index forms, but they all total up to 50, sure
Complete thread -- That's what I'm thinking, but I've never heard it called that before.
Complete thread -- Yeah - I think so too - That makes the most sense, but wow, never heard it called that.
Complete thread -- Nothing at all to do with brain or heart - it has to do with massage - neck and back index
Complete thread -- No, this has nothing to do with a stroke - Chiropractor doing massage and it is a back &
Complete thread -- I think he stops himself mid word too.
Complete thread -- I think stopped, changed mind and just went on to "no rashes"
Complete thread -- agree with poi. stroke sign I think he means slash 8/40
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- tenesmus, I think. it cuts out
Complete thread -- maybe NIH Stroke Scale/Score (NIHSS) ?
Complete thread -- 8/40
Complete thread -- humm, have to do with brain or heart stroke index, can tell by text
Complete thread -- I'm listening, hang on
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- dictates: Neck and back index rating form rates out at 8 stroke 40 - that's the
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- Thanks for taking the time. I sent it in with a query.
Complete thread -- Thanks for weighing in! He probably had a brain freeze... ...
Complete thread -- yep just got it though. Didn't pop up first time. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Lessina (did you put your s/l in google)
Complete thread -- ? as well as topical Polysporin
Complete thread -- med help please: s/l lessina once daily (dose not given, just in list)
Complete thread -- or even.. active range of motion...
Complete thread -- sorry, all i can think is supination...
Complete thread -- Range of movement of the shoulder
Complete thread -- I had to turn it in, but it was a line apparently used for either
Complete thread -- asking for context? LOL - agree, in this case it could be useful
Complete thread -- Gamma Knife would be capped hwv
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- nevermind, just got it... SER sheath
Complete thread -- prior sentence might help
Complete thread -- cannot make out
Complete thread -- got it! extrapyramidal
Complete thread -- s/l ato-pec
Complete thread -- No ______ s/l extra-paravental side effects.
Complete thread -- OR as one word comedonecrosis
Complete thread -- all I can think of is arterial line or venous line ... not sure what M could mean.
Complete thread -- intramural
Complete thread -- He plans to play some ___ hockey, 1 game a week for the summer, so we ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- comedo necrosis.
Complete thread -- s/l "M-line" was removed prior to discharge. Some sort of venous access.
Complete thread -- Breast carcinoma in situ deemed to be cribriform type with
Complete thread -- the GKS might be a good suggestion but can't hear the wav anymore
Complete thread -- Long sentence. Do I have punctuated correctly?
Complete thread -- I put the () because all that was said was OT and PT - letting the OP know what OT and PT
Complete thread -- There is no arguing with you, but if you read the entire thread
Complete thread -- okay, I will leave as dictated :) thank you!
Complete thread -- I understood why helper put it in parentheses myself
Complete thread -- are you actually the OP, or maybe you are the one who dictated it?
Complete thread -- no guarantees on what you'll get dinged for, but I wouldn't call it slang
Complete thread -- ^^ that was for just sayin
Complete thread -- actually, it is correct
Complete thread -- not to mention the real correct answer was already given and accepted
Complete thread -- okay, just did not know if I would get dinged for it being slang or not, as we are to
Complete thread -- you don't know if it is correct or not - just finding the words in a google hit don't make
Complete thread -- I'd go with how he said it if "verbatim." He knows what he means.
Complete thread -- She's getting it as dictated!
Complete thread -- did you listen to wav? Not saying the SG part, just OT and PT is
Complete thread -- hon, stop arguing and use your head
Complete thread -- I considered balloon but couldn't quite make it fit the s/l
Complete thread -- Why the parenthases? It is SGOT and SGPT
Complete thread -- googled "aspirative tumor control" and got nothing. He did say all 3 words together
Complete thread -- should I put the SG as well? verbatim acct, but no slang allowed
Complete thread -- Back from QA ------ it was Thermachoice balloon ablation.
Complete thread -- thank you so much!! golly!
Complete thread -- (liver tests)
Complete thread -- ah, i got it. SG(PT) and SG(OT)
Complete thread -- no idea... says it twice.
Complete thread -- OT? but what is OT?
Complete thread -- more surrounding dictation
Complete thread -- gamma knife?
Complete thread -- good aspirative tumor control is correct
Complete thread -- 2 blanks, saying same thing.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- with Orthopedics, with THE orthopedic department
Complete thread -- no, since he says with "the" - if it was with Orthopedics, then I'd cap.
Complete thread -- Would you cap orthopedic deptartment here?
Complete thread -- That's what I get for assuming, but she says "pupilS were 4, 6..."
Complete thread -- I'd assume she is on autopilot dictating and meant only the left
Complete thread -- I am "assuming" she is measuring the fake eye. Definitely saying "pupils were 4, 6."
Complete thread -- Because there's really no reason to include most plurals.
Complete thread -- I have never encountered a prosthetic eye in an exam (see message)
Complete thread -- I haven't been involved in x-ray in quite a while, this new stuff is new to me too. :)
Complete thread -- I do the same when it has anything to do with rady.
Complete thread -- Better duck and run. How dare you ask? There are some real.....nevermind
Complete thread -- thanks poi (I almost directed my question to you specifically)
Complete thread -- I think the trademarked name is StealthStation® neuronavigation. So probably not capped.
Complete thread -- eh... nvm. Can't find any brand-name "Stealth" equipment so I'm going w/generic
Complete thread -- Is "stealth protocol" for MRI capped? SM for context
Complete thread -- it misses a lot of plurals of medical terminology even when the singular is recognized.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- because no one bothered to put it in there.
Complete thread -- then he is stuttering... I think this gaaaaa-gives her the best chance
Complete thread -- Why doesn't Stedman's Spellchecker recognize hypodensities? Interesting.
Complete thread -- actually, now I see that the first sentence is missing something!
Complete thread -- why do you need context. OP already had what it stood for, she only wanted to know if "S"
Complete thread -- nothing missing. sm for sentence before it
Complete thread -- I do agree with above poster that there is a missing word..
Complete thread -- no, he's referring to the surgery he recommended in the previous sentence
Complete thread -- thanks - that's what I heard too.
Complete thread -- Isn't that for the OP to determine? Why all the shouting?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- not sure, but did you miss a word? I think this ** gives her the best..
Complete thread -- aspect of tumor control?
Complete thread -- I bet you are right
Complete thread -- I hate to ask... but context? Like, what is "this" that gives her the best chance?
Complete thread -- I know its a stretch, but can you hear Sauvé-Kapandji
Complete thread -- I think I have it, but wouldn't mind a 2nd set of ears hearing it
Complete thread -- ok, think I have that one - subsheath
Complete thread -- can't hear that. gonna post a wav
Complete thread -- w/o a bit more of the dictation, could it be restorative?
Complete thread -- But is it correct. Dunno WITHOUT CONTEXT!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- I just wanted to make sure that fit the sentence,,, gesh
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think this gives her the best chance of getting a good s/l aspirative tumor cont
Complete thread -- more hand surgery, pls sm
Complete thread -- thanks all!
Complete thread -- agree... and #2 is both admit she is having a difficult time
Complete thread -- looks fine to me
Complete thread -- She works as an anchor for a Southeast Asian radio station.
Complete thread -- #1 daughter mentioned that she had increasing decline
Complete thread -- #2 does admit she is having a difficult time
Complete thread -- help with hand surgery, pls sm
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- 0:)
Complete thread -- yea, dont leave me out.
Complete thread -- Let's not leave out poi and lb --
Complete thread -- awesome and all w/o "context!" You are a miracle worker.
Complete thread -- glad I'm not listed on the current count :)
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- OP gave the sentence it was being used in. What more do you need for this?
Complete thread -- me, you, and yo mama
Complete thread -- Maybe a head count is appropro? Is there 4 or 6 of us?
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- and does fine with relief being complete is how I heard it...??
Complete thread -- just messin w/ya... ruining the board and all that
Complete thread -- I know, right, but the point is still there.
Complete thread -- pleural?
Complete thread -- Sigh
Complete thread -- SHe simply asked how to render the pleural of PNAs. What context helps you?
Complete thread -- Here we go again. How dare we ask for context to help her.
Complete thread -- or doesn't find the relief is complete?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "relief" in there - does fine and gets some relief?
Complete thread -- thinking he is saying: if she tolerates it and does find this relief incomplete.
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- she was asking if PNAs was acceptable for partial nail avulsionS. that is enough
Complete thread -- Context is providing surrounding text. Just saying partial
Complete thread -- not sure what he is saying
Complete thread -- flagging. He did say peripheral in the beginning then changed to epi something
Complete thread -- Thx for answering.
Complete thread -- episodic?
Complete thread -- partial nail avulsion is the context. (I'd use PNAs)
Complete thread -- I would need more context
Complete thread -- No am hearing epi something, episomal epithonal episonal
Complete thread -- PNAs? Is that how you would write? (Partial Nail Avulsion)
Complete thread -- not peripheral?
Complete thread -- He also has bilateral feet numbness which is attributed to diabetic episodal
Complete thread -- welcome!
Complete thread -- yes - check out "muscle firing" on Google for more info
Complete thread -- There is pain with "firing" of his flexors, both the hip and trunk. tianm
Complete thread -- impressive, it. I couldn't make anything out.
Complete thread -- what's the procedure
Complete thread -- Now that I have listened over and over, I think he is saying angiogram!
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. Hear it loud and sort of clear now!
Complete thread -- can you hear: aortoiliac and runoffs?
Complete thread -- with full attention to the same
Complete thread -- Aortoiliac *can-dra-nones* were performed using full strength dye, **rim**catheter
Complete thread -- wav file, clavicle fracture
Complete thread -- A 5-French Precision catheter was placed over the **meka**puncture wire
Complete thread -- thanks - thought so but didn't necessarily sound like that
Complete thread -- your point is what, "nasty is ok" Bully, snark is ok, pul eez. One poster needs
Complete thread -- sounds like ther-matro-splino-ablation. Can't hear endometrial. Will flag, but thank you
Complete thread -- I was thinking chromopertubation, but no "s" sound in there?
Complete thread -- can u hear something like thermal endometrial ablation?
Complete thread -- She has had normal Pap smears. She had a *thermatro-saplinoblation * in 1982.
Complete thread -- can't reference it anywhere, but makes sense, like OU, both eyes (U=uterque=both)
Complete thread -- Thank you, too.
Complete thread -- I found ONE hit in archives, someone said nu - each nostril, but I couldn't verify
Complete thread -- LOL!! Same here. I left a blank. Thank you anyway!
Complete thread -- me neither. I wonder if that is NU maybe for nebulizer unit? But no confirmation
Complete thread -- The posters you mention are the ones giving all the answers on this board.
Complete thread -- This is a med list, but never heard of either MU or NU
Complete thread -- epididymis (/ɛpɨˈdɪdɨmɪs/; plural: epididymides /ɛpɨdɨ&
Complete thread -- Ignore this.
Complete thread -- doctor just dictated hemoglobin as a percentage
Complete thread -- brain fart this morning....sm
Complete thread -- not much like your s/l, but empiric fits perfectly -- "some empiric" mebbe
Complete thread -- and we will also start *sub eric* treatment with omeprazole
Complete thread -- Thanks. The second word s/l beard, so I'm giving him a blank.
Complete thread -- Marion Forks
Complete thread -- I have searched 3 different sites but I still cannot find a place that
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Inapsine is NOT for pain as OP stated. Didn't read it did you.
Complete thread -- sounds like tight right. will leave a blank. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- sounds like "winzy". ...
Complete thread -- I hear "tight-right" but can only find TightRope or tight right curve
Complete thread -- flimsy?
Complete thread -- TightRope?
Complete thread -- Using the Arthrex ____ suture passer, a suture was placed in the anter ...
Complete thread -- There was a *whimsy* middle glenohumeral ligament. ...
Complete thread -- Seems to be SM for link
Complete thread -- Needle was used in s/l in-line oblique technique. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- First off, you listed 4 people not 6. Coming in 4 hours after and giving
Complete thread -- exact same answer given hours ago.
Complete thread -- bowstring is not 2
Complete thread -- Yeah, that is in the other post given like 4 hours ago.
Complete thread -- doh TY
Complete thread -- ?trephination
Complete thread -- yes. like the space capsule docked on the space station.
Complete thread -- Spinal needle utilized. Needle was s/l docked on bone. TIA!
Complete thread -- she is not sure, but s/l "trifenation" and ventriculostomy catheter site S/m
Complete thread -- stone-retrieval balloon. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- for management of
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l thermtoyall ballon
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- got it - liposuction
Complete thread -- liposuction...
Complete thread -- s/l dazzrint
Complete thread -- She also had a s/l laprosection of the adjacent fatty area to create better symmetry.
Complete thread -- you 6 sho bear, jill, jo mama and lb are ruining this board, grow up.
Complete thread -- In cam impingement the femoral head not round,cannot rotate smoothly inside the acetabulum
Complete thread -- Let's see, infraclavicular area..... deltopectoral groove, cephalic vein, port
Complete thread -- what is title of OP note
Complete thread -- okay, thanks both of you :)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- diversion = selling prescription drugs on black market.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- agree with OP, "think I will go with UPPPs" (moer than 1 occurrence)
Complete thread -- thank you will write it down, never took time to look it up
Complete thread -- agree with "O" dribs and drabs
Complete thread -- Inapsine for anxiety, nausea, vomiting
Complete thread -- Fuchs
Complete thread -- thanks so much! golly
Complete thread -- linky
Complete thread -- Fuchs' (dystrophy — Overview covers symptoms, causes and treatment of this eye disorder.
Complete thread -- I kinda bet suggestion (nm) of bow string correct
Complete thread -- no idea...
Complete thread -- agree human papilloma virus HPV and STD
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- with mucous membrane graft
Complete thread -- Eye exam ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Duricef
Complete thread -- Hyzaar, Nexium
Complete thread -- 1. ____(0:02:05.0) 500 mg p.o. b.i.d. for 10 days. ...
Complete thread -- dr. fast see below
Complete thread -- you saved me twice. Of course it is HPV "anal or genital cancer"
Complete thread -- HPV infection (same as above)
Complete thread -- fits
Complete thread -- also leading cause of cervical cancer.
Complete thread -- isn't HBV hepatitis B vaccine. I think that is not right?
Complete thread -- thank you so much! I could not hear that at all until you posted it and I relistened
Complete thread -- fixed drug reaction
Complete thread -- anal or genital cancer - sure it is not HPV (leading cause of anal cancer)?
Complete thread -- is it HBV or HPV?
Complete thread -- ? urogenital
Complete thread -- The patient was told that HBV can be associated with AR genital cancer in men and wom
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- infection involving the genitalia. The last one
Complete thread -- I guess it wouldn't matter if your specifics don't call for numbering/listing of
Complete thread -- thanks for last
Complete thread -- Will flag the rest. Thanks to you all!
Complete thread -- ...fusion, access *through* ?
Complete thread -- She underwent an anterior spinal fusion *s/l access* to an abdominal skin incision
Complete thread -- yep - Uloric for gout
Complete thread -- thanks!! :)
Complete thread -- Uloric
Complete thread -- His past medical history is significant for hypertension, gout, high c ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- long, low soft palate, I believe.
Complete thread -- successful and subsequent, I believe.
Complete thread -- not sure what he is saying
Complete thread -- Sorry, cut off. Just can't hear the words before *cataract extraction* & *lens implant*.
Complete thread -- I think I can hear most of it now, thx to you all. Just can'
Complete thread -- I agree, I hear that B more than a P...
Complete thread -- Me too. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sounds like bosturing. Bowstring(ing) might fit but he's not giving it the long /o/ sound
Complete thread -- yeah, something like that ?
Complete thread -- risks and benefits of. She decided to make all visual rehabilitation with successful
Complete thread -- in #2 I might hear "if she decides to undergo...", "...with successful cataract extraction
Complete thread -- posturing is what I hear
Complete thread -- #1 is "the risks and benefits"
Complete thread -- Eye clinic note ( 3 blanks)
Complete thread -- Bowstringing or posturing?
Complete thread -- bowstring
Complete thread -- the way you have it is fine.
Complete thread -- Those are 2 separate diagnoses. dystrophy. Chronic
Complete thread -- Is this one sentence or is a comma needed?
Complete thread -- Thanks for explanation. Very helpful.
Complete thread -- cam
Complete thread -- not capitalized
Complete thread -- cam - as a Cam deformity, the name is short for camshaft as the form of the femoral ...
Complete thread -- CAM type or Cam type??
Complete thread -- I settled for 'posturing'. Thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Adding more context
Complete thread -- good flexion and no frank "bosturing" (posturing?) of the finger other than as noted.
Complete thread -- I still say we need like buttons on here! LOL!!!
Complete thread -- who, me? insensitive?
Complete thread -- I know, right? This isn't the first post-and-run for this OP.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Yes, that makes sense.
Complete thread -- don't hold yer
Complete thread -- I'd comma after anterior thigh (or it looks like the pain has only been ongoing in the
Complete thread -- and followup is one word there.
Complete thread -- I'd put a colon after exam: then the rest the way you have it.
Complete thread -- Would you use semi colons here? or make sentences
Complete thread -- Is this how you would punctuate this sentence?
Complete thread -- ha!
Complete thread -- wow, I heard that wav and it sounded nothing like bridge (to me.) oh well :)
Complete thread -- btw, OP, we're all just playing among ourselves waiting for you to acknowledge
Complete thread -- Jo
Complete thread -- agree with the S for surgery. I have a PA that does that all the time.
Complete thread -- Jill
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Back from Q/A
Complete thread -- Sho bear!
Complete thread -- there you two go again -
Complete thread -- Inapsine - and that is a big guess
Complete thread -- I think you've hit the nail on the drib!
Complete thread -- he says each letter individually U-P-P-S, then corrected self to U-P-P-P-S
Complete thread -- I hate when people use "times" instead of just plain English -
Complete thread -- s/l opp-ah-sin was placed sm pls
Complete thread -- nothing like saying you've a chip off your shoulder. :)
Complete thread -- and all these years I've been saying it "drips"
Complete thread -- sorry - looks like it should be "dribs and drabs"
Complete thread -- drips and drabs
Complete thread -- pt. continues to gain weight by "drifts and dravs" here and there. tia nm
Complete thread -- certainly not what he is 'dictating.'
Complete thread -- did he say you-pea-pea-peas? or you-pea-pea-pea-ess
Complete thread -- I think I will go with UPPPs being that I can document the UPPP itself
Complete thread -- :) ha ha yep
Complete thread -- To bad it doesn't help us actually find the answer, but at least you know you are not
Complete thread -- I found it when I went to verify. I have heard of it now!
Complete thread -- well, thanks for that tip. Never knew about that and also having to push it so many times
Complete thread -- no, because he follows it with "UPPPS" meaning it has 3 P's, because originally he only
Complete thread -- searching for UPPS, then click back about 3x to earlier posts
Complete thread -- I've heard of "a knuckle of tube" before.
Complete thread -- Since he said triple P, maybe the s is just clarifying that it's 3 (triple) P's.
Complete thread -- I couldn't find there either, but in second box "new search" and then go back to earlier
Complete thread -- oh, when I searched in archives box UPPPS and UPPS it did not come up with anything for me
Complete thread -- It did to me too. Never heard of it before.
Complete thread -- This is in archives more than once. Never gets a good answer, but one guess is the "S" is
Complete thread -- s/l good knuckling?
Complete thread -- he does not state. Rattling of PMH
Complete thread -- I think Dr. means "at" 0, 2, and 4 weeks
Complete thread -- wav file, again, thanks
Complete thread -- sorry - didn't see your post, a bit redundant of me
Complete thread -- was the surgery done more than once?
Complete thread -- is the S just meaning plural? as some google results would suggest
Complete thread -- doc says UPPS, but then states "that is triple P" meaning UPPPS (sm)
Complete thread -- not sure how "times zero" makes sense here. Plse see sentence
Complete thread -- I saw that both ways when I was looking it up. That seems to be called different things
Complete thread -- It is Riese - spelled incorrectly by me.
Complete thread -- Found it. Reise
Complete thread -- Psch term. Tp has currently been s/l "Reised" meaning forced to take
Complete thread -- I was just going to post the exact same thing - a correction
Complete thread -- think it's a correction.
Complete thread -- maybe saying tight-like
Complete thread -- tight, and like (uh) that her teeth don't line up? (maybe saying "and like" and i hate
Complete thread -- s/l "like" (or light)
Complete thread -- well, that's certainly not a place I'd want one..LOL
Complete thread -- just because you get google hits for a term doesn't make it correct
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- it is like she was going to say left maternal head (location), and then went on
Complete thread -- I thought it was 'Maternal had the patient's head left on ultrasound'
Complete thread -- Will flag and let someone else figure that out! Thanks all
Complete thread -- ditto- s/l ... left...I'm sorry... maternal head of patient...
Complete thread -- I'm so glad you heard the same thing there.
Complete thread -- Earlier she said this - I just can't make that match what she is now saying
Complete thread -- at least we heard it the same - makes no sense to me.
Complete thread -- left, i'm sorry, maternal head, patient's ... huh?
Complete thread -- left ? maternal head ? ... sheesh. what IS she trying to say
Complete thread -- So, what part of the OP's original anatomy do YOU not understand?`
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- so, what part of the excerpt did you not understand?
Complete thread -- snark
Complete thread -- I'm itching for common sense.
Complete thread -- Oh gosh. Now that is a head slapper!
Complete thread -- Peds (Pediatrics)
Complete thread -- It sounds like piece. Is pees (really hear that final S sound) appropriate here?
Complete thread -- R U itching for a fight? Hold the snark, please.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Stedman's Neuro, had neither listed with seizures, but both ways are found just
Complete thread -- I'd say either way - (Synonym: Adams-Stokes)
Complete thread -- Is it Stokes-Adam or Adam-Stokes seizures?
Complete thread -- please read the OP's msg and check the anatomy involved first.
Complete thread -- yes, there are peritoneal chemo ports
Complete thread -- Von Willebrand micro antigen?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l rumble branch mitro antigen
Complete thread -- that makes much more sense here.
Complete thread -- Do you think pectoral fascia maybe?? He's ESL
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- I think you're right, peritoneal doesn't sound right - I don't know what he means.
Complete thread -- cranial nerves & cervical nerves are different, not sure on the peripheral nerve part
Complete thread -- Is this right?? anchored to the **peritoneal** fascia
Complete thread -- patchy hypesthesia
Complete thread -- is this correct or did doc correct self ?
Complete thread -- s/l patchy episthesia
Complete thread -- got it -- Cytoxan
Complete thread -- s/l monthly sardosin??
Complete thread -- Thank you ...
Complete thread -- loss of domain
Complete thread -- hernia repair
Complete thread -- Awesome! Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- but... see link
Complete thread -- only ones I see are 0.9 to 1.5 mm (0.035, 0.045, 0.062 inches) in diameter
Complete thread -- ...supported with a "3 uhm 2" Kirschner wire. Can't confirm 0.32 on Google.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Might be saying as neodymium though?
Complete thread -- Q-switched ____ YAG laser (doesn't sound like Nd:YAG).
Complete thread -- She had one treated with _____ laser which partially but not completel ...
Complete thread -- E-cadherin.
Complete thread -- for two posts.
Complete thread -- Pls help. Breast cancer. GATA3, CK7, and s/l ECAT harin positive. thanks.
Complete thread -- Pls help. Breast cancer. GATA3, CK7, and s/l ECAT harin positive. thanks.
Complete thread -- 1. fragment excision. last is bone bruise also.
Complete thread -- Second blank is bone bruise. The first one sounds like something excision.
Complete thread -- help with pain management doctor - mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Reflex testing was performed of the Achilles, s/l toss-mus, Babinski. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- P to A pressure (posterior to anterior)
Complete thread -- Dictating exam. With palpation of the mid thoracic region, the patient stated this
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- columns
Complete thread -- PCR?
Complete thread -- Vertical mastopexy....... "The _____ of breast tissue flaps on each side were closed.
Complete thread -- I am still working for Nuance. I have argued with them before, but I've never had one
Complete thread -- Being ex-Nuance, I can, unfortunately, all too well believe in that kind of QA. :\
Complete thread -- what is the patient being tested for?
Complete thread -- I kept seeing that J.M. Bruner in all these publications/books et cetera. So
Complete thread -- Thank you. I actually have to give ultimate credit to the archives here.
Complete thread -- I googled what I heard (K tracks) and medication and it came up.
Complete thread -- Even Wheeless had both spellings. Many sites did. No one could edit or
Complete thread -- GREAT JOB@! that's going the
Complete thread -- thank you! I was not having good luck with google at all
Complete thread -- K-TRACS allows doctors and pharmacists to log on to a website
Complete thread -- surrounding dictation for second time mentioned it. Any ideas??
Complete thread -- dyslexic CMP?? LOL ??
Complete thread -- "CBC and PCM were unremarkable." Wonder what PCM could stand for?
Complete thread -- works for me too. An aside, just wants to mention it, but it is not germane to the issue
Complete thread -- later for plan he states "reviewed kay tracks" ??? no idea
Complete thread -- does to me. I have a doc who talks like that all the time
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- I think I hear "As an aside"....does that make sense here?
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- That's how I do it. She is left-hand dominant. She is a left-hand-dominant female.
Complete thread -- looks good to me.
Complete thread -- left-hand-dominant gymnast?? hyphenation correct?
Complete thread -- need to g what? :)
Complete thread -- thanks for the tip.
Complete thread -- there may or may not be a Brunner incision for something else, but
Complete thread -- I also wondered if he was trying to say unskilled.
Complete thread -- depends on what you search for. Here, w/o quotes, you just get the number 9
Complete thread -- I thought so too, listened, but I think he is saying non.
Complete thread -- me too - must just be his accent?
Complete thread -- thanks. i rarely use quotes, since when I do it usually doesn't help me, unless I'm doing
Complete thread -- okay, cause I keep hearing "nine"
Complete thread -- makes much more sense, but I heard "9" too - unless the OP suggested 9 and that's why I
Complete thread -- nonskilled
Complete thread -- so is it 9-skilled level or nonskilled level ?
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?newwindow=1&q=nursing+home+%22nonskilled+level%22&oq=nursing
Complete thread -- yeah, if you don't use quotes, you get the number 9 just anywhere.
Complete thread -- nonskilled level
Complete thread -- sorry for the all caps -
Complete thread -- I googled NURSING HOME SKILLED LEVEL 9 and it seems to be okay. I didn't click on any of
Complete thread -- want to verify "9 skilled level" as I never heard that phrasiology before
Complete thread -- the point was that it is not so easily verified as suggested. I guess now we
Complete thread -- Not so easily verified when it shows it both ways.
Complete thread -- I'm glad nobody came at you more for suggesting "google" - MOST people do use it, which is
Complete thread -- I thought 49 was in there but was not sure. Sent to QA as it was a stat.
Complete thread -- Staged Flexor Tendon Reconstruction - Wheeless' Textbook ...
Complete thread -- and the 30 was a huge guess... but i did hear 49
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- all I could get was: 30-49 (assuming %)
Complete thread -- Sending in - stat. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- If do lot of OPs, good one is Tessier Surg Word book, now in 3rd Ed
Complete thread -- dictionary cancer terms (NCI) National Cancer Institute for archives
Complete thread -- per Stedman's ortho it is T-handle, so going with that :)
Complete thread -- T Handle -sm
Complete thread -- thanks, yes, I knew it was a word, just was not sure that is what he was saying :) thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l T-handle (which is a type of allen wrench)
Complete thread -- I believe that is what he is saying. Thanks
Complete thread -- is he saying T-handle ???
Complete thread -- cannot make out
Complete thread -- and Stedman's has Bruner and Brunner
Complete thread -- Wheeless also has it as Brunner.
Complete thread -- guessing a technique used? like pass tendon using free end
Complete thread -- my Tessier Word Book spells it Brunner
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks, no, definitely has a hard "d" or "t" sound
Complete thread -- Palmar zigzag incisions, described by Bruner,12 were made. ... A lateral incision at the d
Complete thread -- renal cyst. thanks
Complete thread -- what kind of cyst? I see Roman for renal cysts (?).
Complete thread -- Freer?
Complete thread -- just heard of this -- BlueLoop program is an app for diabetes/glucose monitoring.
Complete thread -- I googled and saw both, which is why I asked here.
Complete thread -- hand surgery, s/l freedo. sm plse
Complete thread -- Easily verified via google.
Complete thread -- stage 2 cyst or stage II cyst?
Complete thread -- yes, thank you both. The sound is soooo bad and the report is soooooo long!
Complete thread -- and I see it as Bruner too. ?
Complete thread -- Brunner (pronounced brooner) ?
Complete thread -- hand surgery, s/l Gurner/Gerner/Girner sm for context
Complete thread -- not the jealousy poster
Complete thread -- that's jealousy poster "- :-)" "make her posts more important"
Complete thread -- how cute of you to want to come back and explain how to use Google.
Complete thread -- You could argue that half the questions make it look bad and are embarrassing.
Complete thread -- eh, I'd say it was that person's "style" choice. not really funny IMO, just a way of
Complete thread -- style???
Complete thread -- There are stalkers here??
Complete thread -- (I thought this meant we were whispering... so the stalker won't hear us)
Complete thread -- style choice (thanks for caring)
Complete thread -- unprofessional AND childish
Complete thread -- lb the promoter
Complete thread -- Unprofessional behaviour, makes MT profession look bad, how embarrassing
Complete thread -- (not the parentheses poster?) Why would you put () around a simple
Complete thread -- (I think you are the stalker)
Complete thread -- umm, yeah. I know. There seemed to be some confusion regarding
Complete thread -- 1.5 to 2 cm (as per BOS-3 rules, no hyphen because there's a decimal in one of them)
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- "...they can get them on their own." That's the ticket!!
Complete thread -- Conization area consisting of a small depression in the retina containing cones
Complete thread -- good deal
Complete thread -- conization?
Complete thread -- Eye exam...
Complete thread -- Oh yeah - now I'm even more sure of this answer. SM
Complete thread -- I listened and heard "sloth" - so... LOL
Complete thread -- wax on
Complete thread -- who cares?
Complete thread -- how do you know its a she and not a he?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Just a note, I don't know why they capped all the generics, but be careful.
Complete thread -- thanks for defining MM
Complete thread -- I think that may be what he is trying to say - he just got the ending wrong.
Complete thread -- Sure wasn't on the wav, that's for sure.
Complete thread -- A-Z NIH cancer drug list for archives
Complete thread -- lb suggested that below, but that's not it. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- is the little voice in the back of the head talking again
Complete thread -- that's a good suggestion.
Complete thread -- she said already she couldn't hear it and dictator is shaky on pronounciation.
Complete thread -- okay then, how about prochlorperazine ? (I'm still trying)
Complete thread -- not that either. He sure doesn't have a clue - I can tell by the uncertainty of his voice.
Complete thread -- etoposide for metastatic breast cancer link
Complete thread -- where do you hear that? Anyway, it is proud bone, as already answered.
Complete thread -- r chlorpromazine? He probably has no clue what it is either. :(
Complete thread -- can't hear that. Thanks for trying, lb
Complete thread -- stands for route, mucous membrane.
Complete thread -- the pt is in for a draining wound, and this is a hospitalist dictating the hx...
Complete thread -- Exactly!!
Complete thread -- True. She is waaaay off
Complete thread -- it is a chemo regimen/protocol, that's right. Suspect it is not a chemo agent like
Complete thread -- okay, well context (posted) suggested it was a chemo drug, but this is not a onc doc, so
Complete thread -- omg
Complete thread -- I hear talus (ankle)
Complete thread -- proud bone. Procedure: Right ring finger shortening.
Complete thread -- proud bone
Complete thread -- chip off the old block is not even remotely related to chip on your shoulder.
Complete thread -- low utility; cannot substantiate elsewhere
Complete thread -- Obviously she has no clue what jealousy is either.
Complete thread -- kids! It's chip ON the shoulder (or chip off the old block)
Complete thread -- You are the stalker who has a chip somewhere. Insisting people are jealous of someone
Complete thread -- Glad you've got the google part down! ;)
Complete thread -- Now that I am over thinking it is a 2-syllable word, I hear it clearly! Thanks all
Complete thread -- from dictionary.com proud - of a surface, edge, etc) projecting or protruding from the
Complete thread -- need to know what it is used for, cause pegfilgrastim is Neulasta and
Complete thread -- suggest: MP as abbreviation for mass percent
Complete thread -- I know chip on the shoulder means, misdirected hostility, all go through it at some point
Complete thread -- how about etoposide (brand Toposar)
Complete thread -- proud
Complete thread -- jealous of what?
Complete thread -- Jealousy for what? And it is chip off the shoulder, which I do not think
Complete thread -- that's for suspensive hyphens as a modifier, not this case at all. and BoS3
Complete thread -- I made a WAV file
Complete thread -- awful lot of jealousy, insecurity and chip of the 'ol shoulder you guys.
Complete thread -- sounds like piled sort of
Complete thread -- 1.5 to 2 cm is clearer unless you have a rule that you must use hyphens
Complete thread -- BOS2 pg 97 3- to 4-cm lesion (note, not hyphenated but 'to')
Complete thread -- looking for a chemo drug - s/l tocoperizide SM
Complete thread -- It worked out pretty well for us (I'm not there now). We had increasingly more docs
Complete thread -- 1.5-2 cm
Complete thread -- No need to repeat "cm" unless dictated twice.
Complete thread -- LOL!!
Complete thread -- 1.5 cm to 2 cm
Complete thread -- 1.5-2 cm or 1.5 cm to 2 cm??
Complete thread -- She has to believe otherwise, so she can make her posts more important.
Complete thread -- Everyone has heard of Google.
Complete thread -- that's funny -
Complete thread -- It was not an OP that said that, it was me, and I was being sarcastic!
Complete thread -- not you, but unfortunately every once in a while, there is one or 2 that make you
Complete thread -- well, it sorta was the question. OP was questiong "drawn off" and poster gave info
Complete thread -- Could be the doctor is confused, they don't always get things right.
Complete thread -- Qbout 2 weeks ago, an OP stated, "oh, I think I heard of that" (google)
Complete thread -- Exactly! Like we must all be idiots or something lol
Complete thread -- yes, agree "MT101" Again, agree
Complete thread -- Doncha just love the "google it" posters? Like we don't do that first.
Complete thread -- Exactly.
Complete thread -- That was not the question, but whatever. Here we go again
Complete thread -- I do 2 clinics and both clinics make us use patient names. I have one facility that say t
Complete thread -- I expect most people know how to use google. Are you kidding me?
Complete thread -- not meant to be unkind at all, just how you took it. I come to help & teach KINDLY sm
Complete thread -- Thank you to both.
Complete thread -- ty but he clearly says NP or MP
Complete thread -- agree (meg) maybe dictatator term for hematochezia
Complete thread -- I did google and researched thoroughly before coming here. Thanks for your snarky response
Complete thread -- Peridex MM on - RxList
Complete thread -- I still have 3 accounts that do allow patient names. go figure.
Complete thread -- yep, and i'm older than that LOL
Complete thread -- I don't see any reply back from her, so I'm not convinced that she "gets" it, but
Complete thread -- means aspirated, extracted etc by means of the needle
Complete thread -- Peridex+MM (could have used google.com and entered your phrae.
Complete thread -- Makes sense.
Complete thread -- ha ha! I think you are right! :)
Complete thread -- I could not get soft out of my head. Thanks. So obvious now.
Complete thread -- true, true. She was careless and got dinged for it, but let's not keep bashing her.
Complete thread -- Peridex 0.12 s/l MP or NP twice daily ??
Complete thread -- We had one PA who was referring patients to 2 local clinics and then requesting cc's to
Complete thread -- wasn't that granny in a Beach Boys song?
Complete thread -- swath
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I'll do that, thanks!
Complete thread -- I want to be her when I grow up. :)
Complete thread -- Mistakes are one thing, "I send it to who I think it is." is a deliberate act
Complete thread -- I would ask your Team Lead or your doc even if you go directly.
Complete thread -- No, but I would flag/blank it. He needs to realize his responsibility too
Complete thread -- Go, Granny, go!
Complete thread -- 81yo (!!!) LOL! even doctor chuckled
Complete thread -- Patient with normal pressure hydrocephalus.
Complete thread -- But she acted like it was no big deal. Sorry!
Complete thread -- NEVER guess period. Can't understand, not 100% - then flag? These are REAL people.
Complete thread -- I wish that whole part of it would go away - lotsa wasted time for
Complete thread -- Ah, the next level of extremeness. Why bother sending any cc's at all then?
Complete thread -- Doc keeps saying cortisol injection (spine, hip, etc). Loose verbatim acct - would
Complete thread -- I got to thinking, this could easily happen where I work. We have one account where
Complete thread -- They did that to us for a while too. We couldn't even take the dictator's word that the
Complete thread -- Ditto. Wonder if the modus operandi for allergies/meds is "what I think it is"?
Complete thread -- My MTSO has gone to us pending *all* cc's for a higher level to check.
Complete thread -- ...and every time it happens, it has to be reported to HIPAA and documented
Complete thread -- p.s. And here's Mary Morken's full list in .txt format (from above link).
Complete thread -- Yeah I was working in-house when this started becoming such a big issue with HIPAA. I'm
Complete thread -- Actually, now that I'm not working and have more time to look over those links I gave
Complete thread -- Way to kick someone when they're down. People make mistakes.
Complete thread -- all I can hear is "seems that she ?? with them and she got tired
Complete thread -- all I can make out is followup exam and she got tired ?
Complete thread -- I hate short files on ESLs. Hard to catch how they pronounce things.
Complete thread -- but it seems that she ________ and she got tired and
Complete thread -- Been there, done that ...
Complete thread -- HIPAA!! Oh no you didn't.
Complete thread -- Uh, NO, if you cannot understand the name, you flag it or blank it or whatever, but you
Complete thread -- sheesh. If it is so critical, the dictating doc should've said it clearly. I feel for ya
Complete thread -- QA said I had a critical error and it was just sending a cc to an
Complete thread -- ascitic intraperitoneal fluid? SM.
Complete thread -- it would have to be seepage of to make more sense.
Complete thread -- seeping or seepage? seep isnt grammatically correct
Complete thread -- s/l seep or sleep
Complete thread -- I'd put:
Complete thread -- p.s. Apparently you can open .glo files in Word.
Complete thread -- ah, gotcha. I use my own "system" in Autocorrect, so prepared lists wouldn't be helpful
Complete thread -- can you make sense of final sentence? this is a lacrosse player after concussion
Complete thread -- if my msg was confusing....I am trying to build shortcuts in autocorrect.
Complete thread -- if my msg was confusing....I am trying to build shortcuts in autocorrect.
Complete thread -- Not sure what you mean by shortcuts. MedLexicon link up above (under FDA box)
Complete thread -- any site which has oncology shortcuts? pls help!
Complete thread -- agree. so tired of having to correct VR's protime to pro time. and it also puts
Complete thread -- yet that doesn't sound like HC. I was thinking HC for hematochezia but can't document.
Complete thread -- usually hear hematemesis there.
Complete thread -- The patient denies constipation, diarrhea, melnea, or s/l *HC*.
Complete thread -- I'd use a comma
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm sure I'll hear this one a lot.
Complete thread -- two things - "pro" time (slang for prothrombin time) and INR
Complete thread -- Thanks for that tip.
Complete thread -- Protime INR or protime INR?
Complete thread -- Thanks for pointing that out.
Complete thread -- Pt has 20/40 preop vision; 3+ nuclear sclerotic lens. Semicolon correct?
Complete thread -- views demonstrate (no s). Agree with your commas
Complete thread -- Comma placement correct here?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I, personally, would use no comma.
Complete thread -- Used to be, we could tell a doc about his "dictating habits" - not so much now-a-days.
Complete thread -- that's how I would do it.
Complete thread -- Hmm..I found it such as 50K, 25K, 10K...
Complete thread -- ohh, yes dictating with window open on freeway, football game cupping mic, whispering
Complete thread -- Is comma placement here correct?
Complete thread -- No, the noise is the airplane the doctor is riding in while dictating. Rebooting
Complete thread -- found this on google Trail Runs, 25k, 50k, Trail,
Complete thread -- Centerwatch.com Good drug site brand, generic and use
Complete thread -- worth a try, like a reboot when have PC and printer problem, it will keep
Complete thread -- furosemide?
Complete thread -- 50K? Correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both for trying.
Complete thread -- how is that going to get better sound?
Complete thread -- s/l seborith may be phlebolith (calcified blood vessels)
Complete thread -- suggest delete and repost, might get better sound
Complete thread -- sorry, that's a really bad sound file.
Complete thread -- new FDA Zontivity (vorapaxar) reduce risk of heart attack, stroke, cardiovascular
Complete thread -- baclofen, allopurinol, escitalopram, __________, potassium, ferrous sulfate....
Complete thread -- !! can you imagine if I had flagged that - the fool am I -(thanks for the rescue)
Complete thread -- jaw
Complete thread -- His JVP was increased to the angle of s/l "Joe" and auscultation of chest...etc.
Complete thread -- whatever... LOL - I was just saying that it could be given IV... OP said she couldn't find
Complete thread -- I'm not the OP. An IV is a drip. You can have something given as a push, but the
Complete thread -- thanks to those that tried.
Complete thread -- Not all IVs are "drip" - I'm confused. I just found where it was IV, I never said it was
Complete thread -- ? IVs are a drip.
Complete thread -- I googled IV nystatin - and saw that. not saying it is correct, but it is IV.
Complete thread -- hmmm.....
Complete thread -- suppurative os?
Complete thread -- where did you look? "Nystatin LF (Nyotran) is a liposomal, intravenous nystatin formulati
Complete thread -- small endocervical polyps with "seborith" os, no active bleeding. tia nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The patient’s blood pressure on the _________ was documented at 70/40,
Complete thread -- found this: (SM)
Complete thread -- I mean, I can't document that it is given intravenously.
Complete thread -- Nystatin drip?
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Definitely sounds like a "t". Thank you both :) nm
Complete thread -- Dynarex makes gauze, probably made into the throat pack
Complete thread -- seems redundant since "throat" there, but pharynx?
Complete thread -- Pediatric full mouth dentistry, a (s/l) *terenx* moist gauze throat pack placed/sm
Complete thread -- sure, he's just shortening it to lymph
Complete thread -- cuts? (not sure how, maybe digging with fingernails) ?
Complete thread -- tinnitus ?
Complete thread -- a guess sitz (bath)
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, will flag.
Complete thread -- No, he spells it, a bit unclearly, but definitely four letters.
Complete thread -- wax.
Complete thread -- cannot hear the "oid" in lymphoid, does just lymph aggregates make sense as well?
Complete thread -- meow?
Complete thread -- ENT - s/l cats in his ears
Complete thread -- agree with lymphoid aggregate (SM)
Complete thread -- lymphoid aggregate?
Complete thread -- Colonosocpy with s/l "lymph aggrevate" polyp
Complete thread -- Fleet enemas said real fast??? I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- treated with diltiazem cream and _______.
Complete thread -- Yes! It's valve! Thank you!
Complete thread -- OR - valve portion maybe?
Complete thread -- wag: valve?
Complete thread -- (I googled VP shunt portion) and that came up a lot)
Complete thread -- abdominal portion?
Complete thread -- malfunctioning VP shunt
Complete thread -- I went back and forth a lot. Thanks
Complete thread -- osseous formation
Complete thread -- Thanks,
Complete thread -- MP3 - ostial, osteophyte, osseous?
Complete thread -- I hear regurtive symptoms (regurgitative)
Complete thread -- I thought GERD or regurtive
Complete thread -- GERD (almost s/l GERD-uh but I think that's what he's saying)
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. I have 2 words I want to use.
Complete thread -- I really tried. I did even get what you did.
Complete thread -- Yeah! It was tough! He's saying MANEUVERS! Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- not having any luck finding anything like your s/l? s
Complete thread -- Neuro exam
Complete thread -- sometimes they say things that we run together but they may not have intended
Complete thread -- Thank you.. that is it.. PT did/does have a UTI. Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Imipenem/Cilastatin is used for urinary tract infections - maybe that's what what you hear
Complete thread -- sorry, found in archives
Complete thread -- I have referred him to one of our knee s/l arthroscopist. He says it
Complete thread -- s/l "amin-o-peninium celastin"
Complete thread -- kkjpnc hey how come? Obvious you lifted, recopied, creating a new thread
Complete thread -- 3. Rule out DN vs. MM L lateral knee. 4. ____(0:01:27.2) eczema. ...
Complete thread -- are you jealous perhaps and just want her to go away, I think so.
Complete thread -- appose as in the skin edges are in good apposition
Complete thread -- My take is she (lb)wants to take out competition. I recall one post was
Complete thread -- see how often k k j p n c keeps stirring the pot and does not count w/using anon moniker
Complete thread -- agree a real rabble rouser, took awhile to see but went by self moniker posts
Complete thread -- you're very welcome
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- to correct for PASA (proximal articular set angle) ?
Complete thread -- An Austin type bunionectomy was performed by removing all necessary so ...
Complete thread -- thanks. I did go with it.
Complete thread -- bet it was. I was just too quick to send it in.
Complete thread -- Found this but it pertains to eye allergies specifically.
Complete thread -- it sure sounds like that but doesn't make sense with dog hair and dust mites.
Complete thread -- that's the P word I was looking for. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think changing/correcting allergies to "perennial allergies" but not sure.
Complete thread -- The patient’s IgE level is elevated at 96. She has allergies to __________like burmu
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- hey...this could be right!
Complete thread -- a meal and concert?
Complete thread -- I flagged. Thanks for trying
Complete thread -- me either. guess i'm getting too old LOL
Complete thread -- All I got was MEO and that made no sense. I am certainly not up on the new guys
Complete thread -- Found a web page for concerts in NH, but it has future listings, not past. :( - and I
Complete thread -- Yeah he is saying this but it should be these since keratoses is
Complete thread -- This could be Dunbarton.
Complete thread -- wav file, this is in Concord New Hampshire.
Complete thread -- he's definitely fast, i'll give him that.
Complete thread -- I hear: to an extent of
Complete thread -- cross dissection with good extent of 2.5 to 3.0 cm ? (doesn't make a lot of sense to me,
Complete thread -- this focal discrete? or "these" fo