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Complete thread -- OP I think you may have it KCI V.A.C=Kinetic Concepts, inc) sm
Complete thread -- any mention in text of jehovah witness(can't have blood replacement
Complete thread -- couild be.. I had not thought of it that way.
Complete thread -- disregard
Complete thread -- could be?
Complete thread -- concern is of uncertainty of a massive bleed?
Complete thread -- I wonder if they mean that for whatever reason, he cannot have transfusions?
Complete thread -- I hear that too, but him saying "replaced" is confusing to me.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Guess - the straight leg raise is called Lasegue Test
Complete thread -- Something like - there is a concern certainly of a massive. Or the concern certainly
Complete thread -- he appeared quite stable
Complete thread -- The concern is _____ of a massive bleed as it cannot
Complete thread -- the emergency room today, _______ stable.
Complete thread -- s/l lagere test...
Complete thread -- I'm finding KCI wound VAC. He is an ESL, but I'm hearing Keshy.
Complete thread -- s/l keshy wound VAC
Complete thread -- a raconteur maybe?
Complete thread -- garrulous is the first one, can't figure out the second one
Complete thread -- Today, his short-term memory is pretty much intact. He remains ___, a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the heads up.
Complete thread -- Sonicision cordless ultrasonic dissector -- news to me.
Complete thread -- if initial was normal, no need to go to the next marker level
Complete thread -- There are also sonogram markers...see link
Complete thread -- trisomy condition found in cells sm
Complete thread -- me too. I found an old report and he must have said it much clearer. I had it on that.
Complete thread -- Glad you got it. I heard "L-franc" and came up with ptewy. sorry
Complete thread -- sounds good but without more info from OP (which there was ?none?) ....
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- For the archives...wonder if it might have been trisomy?
Complete thread -- Got them, Bennett and Aufranc
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks, hip replacement going to total hip
Complete thread -- Nope! There wasn't much to go on. Left a blank. Thanks!
Complete thread -- What are the patient's symptoms, why having the CT?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- You guys are the best!
Complete thread -- ...to make sure there has been healing in this large gastric ulcer?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- no, just 3 hours for the day (had my 40 hours in so those were OT hrs)
Complete thread -- I read it as a regular day (8 hrs) + OT (3 hrs)= 11 hrs for 756 lines..that sucks
Complete thread -- ??isosorbide??
Complete thread -- 756 isn't too bad for only 3 hours imo, but
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging. I have to move on. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l eye-sir-muh-nide 30 mg daily. TIA!
Complete thread -- googling ankle joints brings up nada for your s/l
Complete thread -- Got it... Chopart's joint
Complete thread -- The patient has a dislocation of the s/l show-far joints at the talonavicluar joint.
Complete thread -- have a good night!
Complete thread -- I did 3 hrs OT (354) and got 756 lines. I want my primary acct back! See ya tomorrow -
Complete thread -- I just now got my lines in that were supposed to be done before lunch :( I am so short :(
Complete thread -- you rock! you really do! :)
Complete thread -- and troponin was positive for acute MI
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- ahhh...Thanks! I didnt even think to look in BOS.
Complete thread -- brother and sister-in-law's
Complete thread -- I think brother's since without 's it looks like he stepped on his brother and the
Complete thread -- He stepped on his brother and sister-in-law's dog. or brother's and
Complete thread -- Yes. There is a specific title for each number, and that
Complete thread -- Yea, but that's just DSM listing. If you look, they capitalize everything there.
Complete thread -- I agree with Q.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much!
Complete thread -- I mean don't add 'artery'
Complete thread -- don't add...it's okay as is
Complete thread -- sorry if silly question, but not strong in cardiac. LAD= left anterior descending but it
Complete thread -- awesome! :) I added it to my arsenal as well :)
Complete thread -- He's not in the database, but I remember a doc once spelling the name for me & I wrote it
Complete thread -- got my other blank too :) Three-vessel coronary artery disease
Complete thread -- thank you because I am having trouble finding him :(
Complete thread -- Jonathan Beiser, PA
Complete thread -- wrong, see if it is John or Jon
Complete thread -- Joan Beiser or Beiser, I think she is a PA but not sure.
Complete thread -- unable to figure out the second-assistant's name he says
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- Since she has taken the time to give you EXACT instructions, I would
Complete thread -- Looks fine to me, other than spelling out plus/minus on GAF
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- link shows 311 is Depressive Disorder NOS (no comma)
Complete thread -- If she specified capital D, I would go with it. Her report.
Complete thread -- posted the WAV
Complete thread -- BoS 2, page 257 no symbols for +/- except in tables. S/b
Complete thread -- she specified capital D on both LOL! normally I would not, but was not sure what to do
Complete thread -- I would not cap "Disorder" on axis I. also, not sure on +/- and will defer to Q - isn't
Complete thread -- first time doing anything psychological... is this correct? it was how she dictated
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated. Refers to more than 1 branch/vessel, not the main one; a smaller one
Complete thread -- see link, scroll toward bottom of page, it is a verb too
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- exactly
Complete thread -- sure, the way they short-talk I'd give him what he said.
Complete thread -- he wanted to suicide? did not say "commit"
Complete thread -- I keep re-listening and just keep hearing "but nothing further was done" :(
Complete thread -- 639 is my killer for lines, I would rather struggle with 354 most of the time LOL! atleast
Complete thread -- that was so mumbled there I couldn't get that one at all.
Complete thread -- For me, I would go as dictated,stressing/indicating a very very large blood
Complete thread -- I didn't hit 900 four days last week, so don't feel bad. 644 is a killer.
Complete thread -- I can't hear it, but usually the blank is something like arteriotomy
Complete thread -- :) thank you for all your help!!
Complete thread -- I SAVED THAT OP REPORT MY ARSENAL TO REFER BACK TO. I DO WITH ALL 354 LOL!
Complete thread -- Disregard.
Complete thread -- golly! my lines suck today, 1/2 where I should be. Thanks guys so much for all your help
Complete thread -- I think you got it!
Complete thread -- blank #1 s/l "but nothing further was done" ?? blank #2 s/l measuring?
Complete thread -- measuring about 1.75 mm. This wound was irrigated. (?)
Complete thread -- The vein was admitting about
Complete thread -- 3 blanks left that I cannot get. MP3 and WAV (report with filled in blanks inside)
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- It was slightly thickened wall (I'd put thick walled)
Complete thread -- okay, in ur SM post, think it must just have been a copy/paste from my OP when I thought
Complete thread -- I did (my post is below)
Complete thread -- I keep hearing right
Complete thread -- earlier I thought it was left upper ext but then he always talks about the right ??
Complete thread -- Right before #2 he says either "deep in subcutaneous fat" or "deepened through" or
Complete thread -- here's your MP3
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- #2 the cephalic vein was isolated
Complete thread -- posted new wav and then MP3 posted as well which follows the wav file
Complete thread -- I'd say yes
Complete thread -- so would the pre and post dx just be end-stage renal disease... then name of OP be the AV
Complete thread -- oops - but I can't hear it so... post more sound for me
Complete thread -- 1.75 mm maybe not 175??
Complete thread -- I have been looking for a report that has to do with these and haven't found one :(
Complete thread -- he says brackets [ ] but I use ( ) those
Complete thread -- right wrist, between 2 brackets (Cimino fistula) (check his samples)
Complete thread -- just also caught mistake in beginning, states right and not left
Complete thread -- full report has 10 blanks at the moment :(
Complete thread -- today is not my day
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- lol!
Complete thread -- I see that PubMed articles treat the compound adjective phrase
Complete thread -- to infiltrate a block anethesia? ?
Complete thread -- WAG ??infiltrative??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not catching what he says
Complete thread -- Here is what HPI shows
Complete thread -- BoS 2 shows it K wire when used such as "0.062 K wire". But
Complete thread -- I see it both with hyphen and without, even in our archives LOL
Complete thread -- website has W capped though... so should it then be capped when Stedman's does not?
Complete thread -- The web page has hyphen. See link
Complete thread -- It is actually Kirschner wire and I don't hyphenate but I see it hyphenated on a lot of
Complete thread -- :) thank you! :)
Complete thread -- I dont think its rectal exam, I hear 'rest of exam"
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- K wire or K-wire? Stedman's ortho has K-wire, while Stedman's surgical equip has
Complete thread -- yesterday within normal limits.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I do not disagree. I think the toss up falls between
Complete thread -- There's no standard measurement for large blood, so I think
Complete thread -- U listen to him more than I do. I also know that with
Complete thread -- thank you so much for all your help!! :)
Complete thread -- MIGHT be saying "rectal examination", but I don't KNOW.
Complete thread -- I really think I hear "The rest of examination is within normal limits."
Complete thread -- did not consider that. Hmmm. It has to be either that or rest of examination
Complete thread -- Not sure, but MIGHT even be saying "rectal examination within normal limits"
Complete thread -- Don't do this to me. What did 'it' turn out to be?
Complete thread -- :) just posted that too. :) On the wav below, do you hear ext are within normal limits
Complete thread -- yes, thank you! :) last blank I think now sounds like pelvis?
Complete thread -- #2 pelvis
Complete thread -- #1 ?? within normal limits??
Complete thread -- rest of exam. Not sure if hearing correctly
Complete thread -- not sure if saying extremities or if he says "the rest of exam" :(
Complete thread -- #1 ??corresponding??
Complete thread -- I am not certain of what I have either :) if you hear something different, please let me
Complete thread -- corresponding to his age. Slight pain in the suprapubic area (he stumbles on this)
Complete thread -- audio #2 (exam)
Complete thread -- Nevermind..I see coglag answered that
Complete thread -- thank you so much! I will do audio 2 in a second
Complete thread -- Not enough sound clip at the end for me to hear #5
Complete thread -- #3 The patient was admitted for hydration, kept etc
Complete thread -- last one: The patient is sitting, playing the
Complete thread -- I don't HEAR "in" or "with", but would expect one of those there
Complete thread -- I just now posted that too lol! :)
Complete thread -- emergency room with his family, with acute...
Complete thread -- do you think #1 is "his family with" ??
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear for #1" ??his family??
Complete thread -- Sry. This is #4
Complete thread -- #3 Patient examined for that reason.
Complete thread -- #2 he stumbles on 'lymphadenopathy'
Complete thread -- If you are required to follow BoS, it says not to use the
Complete thread -- not doing so great with this one :( audio #1, there will be more :(
Complete thread -- ??puckering and traction??
Complete thread -- And what was the answer or what did you go with or what did you do with the report? Are
Complete thread -- sounds better than my guess
Complete thread -- Thanks for ideas! :)
Complete thread -- macular tear and detachment? macular tearing and traction?
Complete thread -- Pt with epiretinal membrane
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- +++
Complete thread -- doc dictates UA with blood large plus plus plus ??? then asked for it to be in bold
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- gracilis
Complete thread -- Looks like gracilis would be part of it. Don't know what first syllable would be.
Complete thread -- that's a guess...
Complete thread -- biceps femoris (see inside)
Complete thread -- The autograft will be taken from the hamstring, s/l "viskersilis" and semitendinosus.
Complete thread -- needs autograft of the hamstring, s/l "viskercilis", and semitendinosus,
Complete thread -- got it. ...
Complete thread -- hate... not have :(
Complete thread -- I can't get any lines on entire acct... :( I really have the 25 plus split reports :(
Complete thread -- can't say I have. But you are right. she is the easiest one to do
Complete thread -- After this was done, it was obvious that the patient had some retained ...
Complete thread -- without evidence of, in fact, epilepsy?
Complete thread -- Wow, what a story. She has overcome a lot.
Complete thread -- Totally sympathize.
Complete thread -- She is actually easy after about the second time. She at least
Complete thread -- I call it the Accent Game...I attempt to put my mindset into
Complete thread -- Do you find yourself (unintentionally) mimicking her breaths?
Complete thread -- Thanks to you too, Poi, for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- I don't hear that - only 2 syllables, but I bet that's it in this context. Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- Apparently intractable epilepsy is epilepsys resistant to
Complete thread -- I'm finding something called "intractable epilepsy"..but need to
Complete thread -- I'
Complete thread -- idiopathic?
Complete thread -- Tonic-clonic seizures without diagnosis of s/l intact epilepsy. TIA!
Complete thread -- true, definitely would not wish it on anybody!
Complete thread -- I mean its sad because of such a traumatizing experience. I couldn't image going through
Complete thread -- I said thanks for sharing and put OP in the name field in error.
Complete thread -- nevermind, I see it LOL :) I have done that before too :)
Complete thread -- Not really sad (to me.) I don't even know her and I'm proud of her.
Complete thread -- ?? huh?
Complete thread -- don't know why I put OP on that...that was me
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing.
Complete thread -- posted the doctor's story of her accident above as to why she sounds like she does. Sad
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- yes, she was in an accident. See story inside
Complete thread -- question to OP -- do you happen do know why this dictator
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I will snoopy dance with you!
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- hyperdynamic (I got one!! -- doing the Snoopy!!)
Complete thread -- hyperdynamic
Complete thread -- needing help :(
Complete thread -- I listened and re-listened as I thought it was odd, but it really did sound like flipping
Complete thread -- Now I hear pubic.... Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- ?pubic tubercle? see link
Complete thread -- Mesh placed encircling the spermatic cord from the *Tully*tubercle to the shelving
Complete thread -- Apologize for the late reply, I really do appreciate the help.
Complete thread -- thank you! I can now hear it :)
Complete thread -- He does complain of some right shoulder..
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- See link...I am not finding them referred to as "secondary" using
Complete thread -- Kinda late, but I think you need "control slipping", not control
Complete thread -- isn't it something like "By Hand" (just off the top of my head)
Complete thread -- plse sm, (not much cardiac experience)
Complete thread -- When a Business Letter is Held for Pick Up...Letter Notation?
Complete thread -- how about "ground glass"
Complete thread -- Never mind, got it, it was ground glass
Complete thread -- Word help - centrilobular s/l burn class nodularities
Complete thread -- Right!
Complete thread -- thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- ?acinar? see link
Complete thread -- acinar
Complete thread -- Yes, I did google to confirm that a Kelly clamp might be used such a way.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much
Complete thread -- ESL...S/L
Complete thread -- I also hear with a Kelly down to bone. I think he is using a Kelly
Complete thread -- not certain I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- Ah. Then forget my 2nd post above.
Complete thread -- Without more of the report, I cannot explain adequately what
Complete thread -- thank you! that is not what I was hearing at all prior. Now I hear that :)
Complete thread -- In a lateral position
Complete thread -- what I hear does not make sense
Complete thread -- I see. Thanks. I hear it clearly now.
Complete thread -- she would have to go in to have it *done* by a nurse, etc.
Complete thread -- it is an infusion
Complete thread -- Why the word 'done'? It is not a test.
Complete thread -- Ah-ha
Complete thread -- ??subclavian??
Complete thread -- subclavian steal?
Complete thread -- forgot
Complete thread -- She _______to have Reclast done since last visit given her mother’s recent death.
Complete thread -- S/L...ESL
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- was having outside time with my 3yo granddaughter :)
Complete thread -- I agree with that too
Complete thread -- Actually, one is gone already, so just the thread above.
Complete thread -- had to google that, but now I want one too!
Complete thread -- Thank goodness U R here. Maybe you can "take us home" on 2 of these threads.
Complete thread -- Sry, I'm coming up empty.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- 2?s
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- have a blank there too - trying to hear it
Complete thread -- Think she is saying "and some tests were done"
Complete thread -- Also note it s/b...The patient was sedated very well
Complete thread -- Still working on s/l, but "discontinuing the hypertension" does not make sense.
Complete thread -- What is patient's diagnosis?
Complete thread -- patient's sedated very well and _____ were done
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- same antibiotic. The _____ at that point was 510 from 369.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Also I hear...'the patient is on etc'
Complete thread -- she stumbles and I think wants..'liters, but when on physical therapy..etc' C what U think
Complete thread -- Don't know your blank...but in case not typo, s/b She is in (not on) atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- the patient on 2 to 3 liters _____. On physical
Complete thread -- chills, weakness, and _____ few days
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you so much! I can now hear that too :)
Complete thread -- #1 The patient's hemoglobin A1c has gone up. #1 ??Pittsburgh??
Complete thread -- thyroid disease noted. Continue Synthroid supplements.
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says (Kansas)
Complete thread -- #2 noted. Continue same.
Complete thread -- thyroid disease _____ continue ... psychiatric issues ____ to continue same
Complete thread -- surgical evaluation, n.p.o., nasogastric tube decompression
Complete thread -- Get a surgical evaluation n.p.o. _____ decompression, supplementation
Complete thread -- Everytime I see "fluff" I want a flutternutter!!! lol :-)
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- Tudorza
Complete thread -- s/l turduser inhaler
Complete thread -- it looks fine to me.
Complete thread -- I'd make it "miscarriages; 1 at 5 months, 2 at 7 months. IMO
Complete thread -- has had 3 miscarriages, 1 at 5 months, 2 at 7 months. Does this look okay?
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- This guy makes we want to cry already this morning. Going to be a long day.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much
Complete thread -- no other significant findings?
Complete thread -- #1 from the resection
Complete thread -- the bladder _________ and an open .... There was no ________ findings
Complete thread -- duplicate post, answered by Oasis below
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Disregard. Post below makes this idea unlikely.
Complete thread -- Nah. It gave me a chuckle...a good way to start the day. :)
Complete thread -- Wonder if "red"='with' operative catheter. See Wikipedia description
Complete thread -- that embarrasses me! thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- believe it s/b "ureteral reimplant" ...see post above this one for link
Complete thread -- But cap Echelon
Complete thread -- Nevermind this.
Complete thread -- ??and the device was removed.??
Complete thread -- Think it is Ethicon stapler.
Complete thread -- To clarify..."Xylocaine gel. With a cystoscope, the urethra" etc
Complete thread -- s/l spice
Complete thread -- #2 s/l __?__ surgery on the etc
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear: The right side was a little difficult....
Complete thread -- #1 = side
Complete thread -- ??and ureteral reimplant many years etc?? see link
Complete thread -- The right ________ was difficult to see because AND distorted in this section______ o
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- typo-urethra
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #1 renal transplant? #2, also had chemotherapy
Complete thread -- ??Decreased coordination perceived?? ??upper extremity coordination intact??
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear 'With a cystoscope, the urethra'...etc
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'm sure it was just a typo, but s/b The urethra
Complete thread -- The urether was otherwise normal. (but there is still something before *the*)
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- Should I add "of the" after chondromalacia
Complete thread -- Oh my. misspelled Your. :( See that's what happens when you ignore the "trivial."
Complete thread -- Mixing up "Tour" with "You' re" just because they sound similar is like mixing up
Complete thread -- Exactly how I feel. Grammar: The difference between feeling you're nuts and feeling s.m.
Complete thread -- Yes. Of course, I've been doing this for many years, so I remember when. But now, it is
Complete thread -- Yes, I thought the same thing. Thnx.
Complete thread -- I think some here overemphasize all that stuff and get mired in the trivial.
Complete thread -- It reminds me of the sound of clonus, which might fit here, but a bit
Complete thread -- Xylocaine gel ________ urethra was otherwise normal.
Complete thread -- Do you guys feel that we as transcriptionists are really the only people s.m.
Complete thread -- Neurologic exam: s/l coolness (doesn't fit heading of COORDINATION) See inside.
Complete thread -- renal _______ many years ago and is here now for followup. _____ chemotherapy
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- renal scan?
Complete thread -- open bladder resection and renal *plan* many years ago
Complete thread -- operative
Complete thread -- Rob-Nel
Complete thread -- red _____ catheter was brought through, orienting the ileostomy ...
Complete thread -- red s/l Robinul catheter was brought through orienting the ileostomy ...
Complete thread -- red rubber catheter ...
Complete thread -- red robuinal catheter ...
Complete thread -- Ironic that they both kind of mean the same...
Complete thread -- I was hearing 2 words, as she paused a bit. Stupid!!!
Complete thread -- Whew! Thanks. Yes, that's it. Duh!!!
Complete thread -- strength thinning - strengthening
Complete thread -- lower extremity strengthening.
Complete thread -- Any other ideas?
Complete thread -- Well, I guess that makes sense. He needs to work on strength that is thinning.
Complete thread -- s/l thinning
Complete thread -- Ulnar-sided wrist pain without known etiology.
Complete thread -- Me too. I just didn't want to think I was crazy.
Complete thread -- Yes, but I think he changed his mind.
Complete thread -- labrum problem started with a Bankart that may have...
Complete thread -- Do you hear him say 'period' after 'problems' ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Sry..oidkec=me
Complete thread -- anterior labrum problems with a Bankart that may have rotated
Complete thread -- We carefully looked for anterior labrum problems (period) __?__ Bankart's
Complete thread -- We looked carefully for anterior labrum, ____ rotated down the cuff. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- typo...lever (not level)
Complete thread -- I don't hear "of his shoulder". I hear full range of motion after
Complete thread -- ??got full range of motion after a short level arm was used?? see link
Complete thread -- Postoperatively, the patient got full range of motion of his shoulder ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- of 40%
Complete thread -- 40% of the glenoid, 40% of humeral head
Complete thread -- Diagnoses: 1. Grade 4 chondromalacia ____ glenoid. 2. Grade 4 ch ...
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- Sprain, left elbow; possible healed buckle fracture, proximal left radius. ..That
Complete thread -- Would you put comma after fracture here?
Complete thread -- ...with Lynx sling procedure
Complete thread -- Vaginal hysterectomy with s/l link sling procedure TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is what I did.
Complete thread -- I guess I would since it is trademarked
Complete thread -- Would you capitalize Foot Leveler-type?
Complete thread -- I get that, but putting it in the sentence doesn't make sense. She possibly has one?
Complete thread -- there does appear to be foot levelers - see link
Complete thread -- tibialis anterior ...
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- I think just corrects from if he needs...see if he desaturates
Complete thread -- questioning TA tendon ??
Complete thread -- cannot get what he is saying
Complete thread -- yes, avulsion or pull-off fracture
Complete thread -- pull-off ligament? and s/l foot levelers-type?
Complete thread -- camera port? also, I'd put robot-assisted.. adhesions, as well as
Complete thread -- s/l...cam-o-port...sm
Complete thread -- Thanks! And sorry so late!
Complete thread -- My last of the day. Seems every other doc had a cold, really unpleasant..
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I knew there was a video. kept thinking she said O or old
Complete thread -- she just changes her mind and says 24-hour video EEG. nm
Complete thread -- video EEG
Complete thread -- wav file, perfectly clear, good speaker...
Complete thread -- Oops..but nevermind...your link is closer to the s/l.
Complete thread -- you gave us the talus link
Complete thread -- my link is for "My Dr for a healthy Australia" lol
Complete thread -- I'm finding L-arginine see link
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- I bet he's an Australian doctor.
Complete thread -- anginine? (it is what I hear. Is this a foreign account?)
Complete thread -- Oh, okay. Then I won't keep looking.
Complete thread -- Guess the same sound of 'del meta' applies here. I'll keep looking
Complete thread -- I think you may be correct - he is slurring together "lateral and medial" talus. Thanks!
Complete thread -- could be but I am still hearing del-meta ****something, but thanks for your response
Complete thread -- She did try ____for the esophageal spasm which may have helped a bit and
Complete thread -- Since U seem to hear talus....??lateral and medial talus?? see link
Complete thread -- malleolus?
Complete thread -- Arthoscopy/debridement of an osteochondral lesion of the lateral ** del-metatalus**
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- close enough to the incision....in the first paragraph, cut and excised
Complete thread -- eeek...weigh in (I swear my fingers do their own thing nowadays!)
Complete thread -- I'm still hearing the old mp3
Complete thread -- anterior portion was _____ incision and this would be encompassed
Complete thread -- reiterated?
Complete thread -- please disregard
Complete thread -- decreased
Complete thread -- sorry, questioning illiterated - ?illustrated
Complete thread -- : IUP at 40 weeks and 2 days, _____ fetal movement, poor fetal profile
Complete thread -- The risks and benefits of the procedure were illiterated to the pt.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you :)
Complete thread -- I will weight in... and give him what he states. This is his medical report,
Complete thread -- more surrounding text. Anyone want to weigh in?? :)
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks. Secondary hyperparathyroidism with hopes of improving phosphorous levels. nm
Complete thread -- Renvela but I dont think it is used for hyperparathyroidism?
Complete thread -- intolerance to "Ren-wella" treatment for secondary hyperparathyroidism. nm tia
Complete thread -- this is the 2nd time I myself have had this same doc use the word "opine"
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming. Just thought there might be anything else and wanted to be sure.
Complete thread -- Oops wrong link. Here's the right one.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I think you have it with nabumetone...I can't find anything else and it fits.
Complete thread -- Relafen (nambumetone) see link
Complete thread -- googles well
Complete thread -- Yes. See link
Complete thread -- Labs-
Complete thread -- Pain medicine that is pronounced 'new-beh-tone'. Other possibilities besides nabume
Complete thread -- thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- Do NOT confuse systolic and diastolic DYSFUNCTION with systolic
Complete thread -- I feel the same :( I don't have that acct though. I struggle most on 354 as it is new-er
Complete thread -- I know whatcha mean. I sent 5 in from 644 because of Mush mouth and QA filled it in with
Complete thread -- This is what I found in layman's terms...the type
Complete thread -- Im just not sure anymore LOL! heard it so many times my brain is mush and email yesterday
Complete thread -- I'm obviously not perfect and maybe I didn't hear it right, so yea, go with what the other
Complete thread -- OK, if thats what it says, go with what you heard since it has it on another report. :)
Complete thread -- and another report says
Complete thread -- oh heck, that doesn't matter lOL
Complete thread -- I can't look since I'm not on the account today. I'm stuck on 644 arrrgh
Complete thread -- I was referring to if I gave you a job# to look at
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- He is really a bad dictator but he does say the same thing a LOT.
Complete thread -- yea, go back into archives & see if you can find the H&P or a consult.
Complete thread -- our employer REALLY does not like blanks =/
Complete thread -- now I am wondering what is right or not. can you look at another job# of same stay or
Complete thread -- for what it's worth, I don't hear diastolic and would give him a blank,
Complete thread -- still hear systolic and chronic congestive ... ?
Complete thread -- posted new shortened wav
Complete thread -- No comma after
Complete thread -- I see gapjoj was able to discern that it is NOT "systolic and
Complete thread -- POSTED NEW SHORTENED WAV
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- :( LOL
Complete thread -- I still can't hear diastolic ?
Complete thread -- Careful with this...I'm finding the treatment for SHF and DHF
Complete thread -- no, i listened 6 times
Complete thread -- THIS IS WHAT I GOT NOW, DO YOU HEAR THIS TOO??
Complete thread -- you don't hear?: acute decompensated systolic and diastolic congestive heart failure
Complete thread -- biliary tree fits perfectly
Complete thread -- unclear word
Complete thread -- thank you sooooo much!! :)
Complete thread -- wait - systolic and chronic congestive heart failure
Complete thread -- with shortness of breath. Please see history and physical for further information.
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Thank you, poi!
Complete thread -- #1 _______ congestive heart failure (can't get what is before that)
Complete thread -- In listening again, she says "a status," so it makes sense! Thx again!
Complete thread -- blank 1: acute decompensated systolic and diastolic congestive heart failure
Complete thread -- #2 - He went for a CT scan #3 - that he had
Complete thread -- Yes, I saw that, but it didn't really make sense until I reviewed it again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- could be short-speaking status epilepticus?
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "status" MEANING "status epilepticus"? See link
Complete thread -- thanks... have new blank above... same report :(
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says (acct 354)
Complete thread -- oops (see context)
Complete thread -- s/l recent status (see context)
Complete thread -- S/l that to me too...and the phrase does google. see link
Complete thread -- I think he is saying: Acute decompensation of heart failure.
Complete thread -- unable to catch. audio starts after patient info, so cannot give any audio prior
Complete thread -- I have a doctor that always reads the age off the previous report,
Complete thread -- depends on is he dictating a report that is 2 months old, like a late discharge summary?
Complete thread -- Don't worry about account specifics; they don't address this. I need a logical answer.
Complete thread -- Age of infant. Help please. Problem after problem today. SM
Complete thread -- Thanks. You said it all.
Complete thread -- ack, I found this too. eeny-meeny-miney-moe?
Complete thread -- could be referring to 22 French, 30 mL balloon?
Complete thread -- 20-30 mL is what I'm finding for the balloon capacity
Complete thread -- a twenty-two thirty 3-way cahteter was placed in the bladder. Not sure how to type nm
Complete thread -- Thanks muchly!
Complete thread -- It is only there in 1 semi-valid hit at that one site.
Complete thread -- duplicate post, see post below this one
Complete thread -- If 3.1 is the number that came down 0.3, then the previous number was 3.4. (if that helps)
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- The 'point' is the whole number...as in the above sentence
Complete thread -- 0.3 of a point (or three-tenths of a point) (3/10 = 0.3)
Complete thread -- MT-50: oh-hh that's right, now I recall. I was referring more to MTing. sm
Complete thread -- says three tenths of a point
Complete thread -- This is insanity talking. You need to check yourself first before attacking poi
Complete thread -- that is it...thanks so very much!!!
Complete thread -- s/l...pro-vin-a-mid....medication for gout...sm
Complete thread -- Nonsense poi. Nonsense. Really weary of your years and years of displaced delusions,
Complete thread -- ?probenecid?
Complete thread -- s/l...pro-vin-a-mid....medication for gout...sm
Complete thread -- erupting
Complete thread -- found it doing a general search - eruption
Complete thread -- 8 months old so might have baby teeth
Complete thread -- wav file, pediatric report on youngster with choking
Complete thread -- that would be why I could not find it ;) that tricky H/J :)
Complete thread -- Jojoba
Complete thread -- not having luck finding with many variations of spelling
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- just got that too and was going to post. :) Thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- I hear AROM of the elbow
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- pls see msg
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- "photic stimulation did not alter the record" SM
Complete thread -- "something" did not alter the record, but can't get that word.
Complete thread -- There is some intermixed 5 to 6 Hz activity. _____ record
Complete thread -- Principal
Complete thread -- ______ DIAGNOSIS: acute diverticulitis with microperforation.
Complete thread -- Not retired, working F/T
Complete thread -- Meant to post this a few lines higher up on the thread. See above.
Complete thread -- D - you started the "not being nice" in this thread with your comment
Complete thread -- My comment "Do note the additional comments inside" which
Complete thread -- Do note the additional comments inside as well.
Complete thread -- This link does work. Thanks.
Complete thread -- This is the error message your link produces
Complete thread -- problem with link evidently, maybe this one works. 7th line in article
Complete thread -- I thik "I" made the point just can't find, does not mean does not exist & HERE IT IS sm
Complete thread -- Q made a good point D. Just because you can find it doesn't
Complete thread -- I give up. I'm moving on Q. It's there just cause you can't find does not mean not there.
Complete thread -- Plenty of Google for "diaschsis phenomenon" but not "diaschistic
Complete thread -- glad to see ya MT50.Hope retirement is going well. Smile
Complete thread -- good one. The clue was cystic fibrosis (treatment)
Complete thread -- read her post, it prompted question. Plenty on google
Complete thread -- just so ya know there is also descending aortic aneurysm sm
Complete thread -- The Merriam-Webster dictionary for the adjective does not
Complete thread -- I believe hospital software called HIS (Health Information System) sm
Complete thread -- yes, correct diaschistic fashion & diaschistic phenomena,
Complete thread -- sealed and incised (see link)
Complete thread -- Anyone here this evening who types hysterectomies regularly?
Complete thread -- Thanks O & Q for the suggestions. Unclear, so flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- WAG...cream?
Complete thread -- WAG...banana?
Complete thread -- Thoracentesis...fluid the color of strawberry s/l hand milkshake TIA!
Complete thread -- thank you so much, I can now hear that too :)
Complete thread -- pattern blood sugars
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- dangit...i can't hear the wav
Complete thread -- Sometimes they do but often not. Anyway,
Complete thread -- Thanks, jmo. (I wish MDs would state something like 'correction' beforehand.
Complete thread -- He puts the stress on the second and to show he's changing it
Complete thread -- No, I am listening to and/or, but I hear 'am-vor' and atorvastatin.
Complete thread -- I think he first says and/or and changes it to and
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Amlodipine, ___, atorvastatin, Mobic.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks I will ask my QA person
Complete thread -- nevermind, got it :) "today and set him up for"
Complete thread -- can you reword. Google even could not come up with that in any usage... s/m
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Sentence before and after
Complete thread -- need sentence and before and after sentences
Complete thread -- Dictator is stating for diaschisis (diaschistic fashion)?
Complete thread -- I had found that one. Doubt I will ever find out, sent it in as it was stat
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- you're welcome.
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone!
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi!
Complete thread -- I found one that was associated with abortions, one with the Obama plan.. I found lots.
Complete thread -- ?Health and Human Services? (perhaps a form required by ACA??)
Complete thread -- ascending?
Complete thread -- I was going to flag, but that is definitely it!
Complete thread -- The Vest® System is an easy-to-use airway clearance device for both children and adults
Complete thread -- Ooooh! Could be. It's either resp or vest!
Complete thread -- Oooooh, I like that.
Complete thread -- Yes, resp treatment! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Vest treatment?
Complete thread -- s/l Sunday aortic aneurysm
Complete thread -- ??resp or ??res (as in respiratory) treatment??
Complete thread -- I looked and came up with nada. sorry
Complete thread -- some sort of treatment?
Complete thread -- Sure do. I could not believe it when I looked it up and found they were a chain. Anyway,
Complete thread -- LOL - they make it difficult, eh?
Complete thread -- Cystic fibrosis exacerbation: s/l res-treek-mant (see context)
Complete thread -- I left that out because there is a hospital by that name in both Ca and New Hampshire.
Complete thread -- I'd say its the state wherever XXX Hospital is by reading that.
Complete thread -- This is in Concord, but the patient is from California and the form could be from there
Complete thread -- Where located?
Complete thread -- sounds like HHS or HSS something along those lines, ESL but not bad.
Complete thread -- meaning iliac crest since the left goes to L5?
Complete thread -- right to the *crest*, on the left to L5
Complete thread -- Wow, I'd love to know how the heck they heard him. I'd have never gotten all that!
Complete thread -- oh my goodness! thank you so much! U rock! I was trying all sorts of variations and google
Complete thread -- Wow!
Complete thread -- Please sm
Complete thread -- thank you for trying :)
Complete thread -- I had no luck.
Complete thread -- no luck by anyone else either?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Helper tried to help with a previous post. We could not get it.
Complete thread -- That makes sense to me. Thank you.
Complete thread -- depends on what employer allows; I would go "times abut 100 feet
Complete thread -- meanto to use the lowercase 'x'
Complete thread -- BoS 2 page 428 ...they say you can use the X when it is
Complete thread -- dyspnea on exertion times about 100 feet. Should 'times' be 'x'?
Complete thread -- unable to find doctor with variations of spellings. Guessing near Burlington Kansas
Complete thread -- oh, okay :) was curious as that helper is my go-to person as we share a similar acct :)
Complete thread -- haha LOL! sorry. I also put alot instead of a lot :P
Complete thread -- Breitner
Complete thread -- I'm doing the Snoopy dance for that one!
Complete thread -- thanks for your help. It was endocrine survey
Complete thread -- Oh, and BTW, would you please put that comma in the right place. ;)
Complete thread -- STOP!! I could easily get into heavy drugs and alcohol after reading that.You poor thing
Complete thread -- We have codes we put at top of report which then flags it for the clients, keeps it from
Complete thread -- REALLY WAG: ??endocrine survey done and a karyogram carried out..etc??
Complete thread -- thanks for answering. I have read on this board how many
Complete thread -- o a o m p p ... are you a SS MT as well?
Complete thread -- thanks so much for the help
Complete thread -- gapjoj - QA responded with this -
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi! I was just coming back to say that. He repeated it much clearer.
Complete thread -- 2nd is karyogram see link
Complete thread -- Word help - endocrine s/l servian??chrome and cari??ogram
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- The problem is that he said "reverse" but meant, as
Complete thread -- my QA would then forward to the client flagged as well. Normally I would send to client
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Sounds like a good idea.
Complete thread -- Holmlund–Hellsing line
Complete thread -- Stumped...TMJ arthroscopy...s/l homan halcium line (see context)
Complete thread -- I am thinking he meant to say 4 feet 5 inches at 115 pounds. But will flag :)
Complete thread -- I can "picture it", upside down T, so it makes sense (to me)
Complete thread -- though that is very tall for an 8 year old
Complete thread -- I checked...for an 8-year-old, 115 pounds is 40+ pounds overweight. And
Complete thread -- but with his height of 5 feet 5 inches, I am thinking that is wrong ?? that is taller than
Complete thread -- Oh - I'm sorry - I did not see the 8-year old reference!! Sorry
Complete thread -- I was thinking that or he dictated the wrong height for an 8yo
Complete thread -- I hear what you hear. According to this chart, the average weight of
Complete thread -- That's what I hear, though the weight is probably 215 and doc misspoke. Flag?
Complete thread -- do you hear what I hear? this cannot be right.
Complete thread -- what is the surgery?
Complete thread -- pyramidalis ?
Complete thread -- and the area of _____with interrupted chromic
Complete thread -- *reverse T* fashion
Complete thread -- apropos?
Complete thread -- s/l Operable of that decision, we are arranging admission and
Complete thread -- Going to flag it...Definitely sounds like "sarumin." Thank you for your help! nm
Complete thread -- Oops. Here's link
Complete thread -- Since we find that the term is used (I looked too with exact
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. I know there is a head and neck, just confused over "surgical neck/head."
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on!
Complete thread -- ok, I guess it's better to use than to omit!! thanks.
Complete thread -- I found Marinol (dronabinol) used to treat anorexia and nausea) see link
Complete thread -- ...although I find reference to surgical head, but no pictures of it.
Complete thread -- I see head, anatomical neck, and surgical neck...no surgical head.
Complete thread -- I ask because I see no diagrams showing "surgical" head, only surgical neck.
Complete thread -- I would...see link, item #3
Complete thread -- I hear something substantially different.
Complete thread -- comma after hydration??
Complete thread -- Difficulties are head and neck are near each other...so
Complete thread -- No. See link
Complete thread -- The doctor is dictating them interchangeably.
Complete thread -- Grazi!
Complete thread -- Is humeral surgical head the same as humeral surgical neck? Find reference to both.
Complete thread -- I would say U R correct..dental hook..this link shows to
Complete thread -- I don't know how clear you hear it, but could it be calcium with vitamin D? SM
Complete thread -- both sides until a s/l dentook could
Complete thread -- I will flag this again and hopefully, hear back from QA. I am finding
Complete thread -- is it cerebrospinal fluid leak? dang, he's quick.
Complete thread -- Dr. is listing meds, one s/l "Sarumin." Any ideas? sm
Complete thread -- wav file. I would love to get these blanks. 2nd report on this guy with same blanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- obtundation and lethargy
Complete thread -- obtained because of ________ and lethargy,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- quotes pulmonary hypertension (I don't hear closed in there) but cant get the
Complete thread -- episode of chest pain and hypertension is what it sounds like to me?
Complete thread -- as well as __________ good at this time
Complete thread -- had episode of _________ and developed palpitations
Complete thread -- MD spells out medication b-u-n-n-a-b-i-n-a-l.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Going to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- fatty layer of superficial fascia,or superficial fatty layer of etc ..
Complete thread -- doesn''t match your sounds like but (sm)
Complete thread -- Abd CT - extending to the level of superficial s/l for-fare-ell fascia. TIA!
Complete thread -- disregard...guess I hit ENTER & didn't realize it
Complete thread -- agree endograft (but, endovascular procedures also likely, better to "hear' sm
Complete thread -- agree enograft which is
Complete thread -- Good...mystery solved!
Complete thread -- he says genioglossus hypoglossal muscle (correction I think) hyoglossal nerve stimulator
Complete thread -- I heard "genioglossus hypoglossal muscle SOMETHING nerve stimulator
Complete thread -- the what sound?
Complete thread -- Im still not sure. Going to use it with a flag. Thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- What about the __?__ sound? How does that fit in?
Complete thread -- Good, because I wasn't finding any support for muscle in that phrase.
Complete thread -- I do hear muscle, I just think he is correcting that to nerve. thanks.
Complete thread -- From what I can find genioglossus advancement procedure is
Complete thread -- I hear genioglosus hypoglossal muscle ___?__ nerve stimulator
Complete thread -- It s/l genioglossus but I'm not sure if he's changing it
Complete thread -- Treatment options for sleep apnea including CPAP, BiPAP, oral devices, surgical
Complete thread -- It's stem! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- I'll listen again. Thank you to both you. I'm just hesitant because I've never
Complete thread -- Yes that's it peptic is the right word. Thank you very much Q...
Complete thread -- See definition of stud inside...
Complete thread -- found "peptic"....see link
Complete thread -- Could you actually be hearing "stud," as in pin/post?
Complete thread -- Does it s/l pay-thick or path-thick?
Complete thread -- She said it twice and I cant hear her saying "idiopathic"... she just said "pathic"
Complete thread -- ??stem?? see link
Complete thread -- could he be saying idiopathic?
Complete thread -- The patient is 4 weeks status post left shoulder hemiarthroplasty for
Complete thread -- s/l "pathic in nature". This is EGD procedure.
Complete thread -- relevant not relative
Complete thread -- marrow contents seems plausible...see link
Complete thread -- Wonder if he said "Excellent fit in the canal and fit in the acetabulum"
Complete thread -- "marrow contents" is what I decided did not make sense. Perhaps
Complete thread -- Actually contents at googles hits described as bone marrow fat...so
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I think it may be extrusion of intramedullary contents. Also
Complete thread -- I love it! It makes it so much more believable. Maybe doctors are human after all.
Complete thread -- For the archives...I think it might be endografting...see link
Complete thread -- sometimes what they think is relative medical history makes me laugh out loud
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Okay, Oasis, I like yours better still.
Complete thread -- Yes, different ways to do it...I would...
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- Yes, I would.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Yours makes more sense.
Complete thread -- There are really a lot of ways that could be done. I am not saying yours is wrong, how I
Complete thread -- Should I use a semicolon here?
Complete thread -- Punctuation correct here?
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh - right in front of me. Tysm!
Complete thread -- narcotics
Complete thread -- Altered mental status secondary to excessive s/l ner-core-ticks. TIA!
Complete thread -- I see. Thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense with prednisone. You would want to use the least dose
Complete thread -- What would make mores sense is 'if this is tolerated.' But can't quite hear that.
Complete thread -- It does s/l 'lowest dose tolerated' and does not make really sense to me either, rather
Complete thread -- sorry, forgot to add that. It is prednisone. Thanks.
Complete thread -- but it is usually yeast buds, so maybe buds of yeast?
Complete thread -- link -
Complete thread -- typo in my message. Should be trichomonads. nm
Complete thread -- on KOH prep, there are scattered clusters of "bud-a-muse." SM
Complete thread -- nevermind, that doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- s/l prednisone, and I agree with poi
Complete thread -- lowest dose tolerated? (not sure it makes sense...do you know the medication?)
Complete thread -- endovascular?
Complete thread -- ...5 mg daily to 15 to 20 mg ______ tolerated.
Complete thread -- Pt with aortic aneurysm
Complete thread -- marrow?
Complete thread -- nevermind... I think she says: NECK: With anterior chain lymphadenopathy.
Complete thread -- Throat is erythematous but did not have any white exudate __________ mouth.
Complete thread -- unable to catch what she says
Complete thread -- It was pressurized proximally and good extrusion of **mirror** contents was noted.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Excellent **fibia** canal and **fibia acetabulum** were noted, clincally.
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks
Complete thread -- would you put in a comma here anywhere?
Complete thread -- LOL! I know what you mean. If I truly knew what it sounded like, I would know the answer.
Complete thread -- No, I listened for that before posting. Thanks, though!
Complete thread -- On the other hand, he may be repeating in some way what he said
Complete thread -- oops typo...word (not work)
Complete thread -- Wonder if "a sens u lar" = acetabular
Complete thread -- It is a regular work in the dictionary...if ever used in
Complete thread -- s/l either a sens-u-lar pinched nerve or aw-sens-u-lar pinched nerve
Complete thread -- Is loupe trademarked (loupe magnification)?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Not listed in Dorland's either way..they call it interdigital web :)
Complete thread -- Here is a Deltasone...see link from RxList
Complete thread -- Just for curiosity..PubMed web space=578 articles, PubMed webspace=51
Complete thread -- Levemir, Humalog, Levaquin, *deltazone*, Namenda, Seroquel.
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you! nm
Complete thread -- SCAT3 ?
Complete thread -- cognitive assessment portion of the "Stot 3." (pt. post concussion). nm tia
Complete thread -- Saw it both ways, so was not sure. Thanks.
Complete thread -- web space
Complete thread -- I like it as you have it
Complete thread -- webspace or web spaces?
Complete thread -- My guess would have been right. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- field which
Complete thread -- knee arthroscopy. WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- good thinking enoxaparin= anticoagulation. protein S= risk of thrombosis (clots)
Complete thread -- found this Alosetron (Lotronex) maybe not pronoucing right? sm
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- THANK YOU Questyr! :)
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- ? mires ? see link
Complete thread -- Finally got it. Ultherapy. Thank you anyway.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oh-oo, no need to cap entire word (unless employers prefers
Complete thread -- thanks, but he's definitely saying "LO-zef" (long o)?? nm
Complete thread -- 49-year-old female presents to plastic surgeon to discuss
Complete thread -- Eye exam
Complete thread -- LINZESS® (linaclotide) prescription medication to treat irritable bowel syn
Complete thread -- I'm thinking "brown" is after thought clarification of expectoration sm
Complete thread -- ??(in a) running locking fashion at the angles to the midline??
Complete thread -- "Lozef", a new type prescription remedy for IBS. tia nm
Complete thread -- Oops oidkec is me.
Complete thread -- (in a) running locking fashion ___ to the midline
Complete thread -- with #1 chromic ______ to the midline
Complete thread -- The peritoneum overlying the uterus and the bladder. etc
Complete thread -- The peritoneal _______ and the bladder was
Complete thread -- Thanks, I added in the and it sounds better.
Complete thread -- It does not read okay...I would edit to either:
Complete thread -- Sometimes part of the sac itself adhers to other structures and
Complete thread -- Does this read ok or do I need a comma or something.
Complete thread -- took me a while, but I think I understand now. The hernia contents
Complete thread -- blanked this. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Not capitalized. If you can reword, "she was seen at urgent care"
Complete thread -- Urgent Care or urgent care?
Complete thread -- ESL s/l brown or brand syncope
Complete thread -- I think he's trying to say "enoxaparin." nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- pt. is on "dinox-a-prin" for protein S deficiency. tia nm
Complete thread -- Here is OP report sample with yellow highlights
Complete thread -- I think this is correct as dictated.
Complete thread -- He mobilized the hernia sac ...see link
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- and, but for the patellar tendon avulsion, this is otherwise etc
Complete thread -- unsure what he wants
Complete thread -- and again: Eventually, entire defect was immobilized and decision was made to repair this
Complete thread -- Meticulous *immobilization* of hernia sac was performed.
Complete thread -- Only cap it (Nirschl) as it is named after the doctor.
Complete thread -- I gave him a blank. Thank you, though!
Complete thread -- WAG: excess (something) or scars?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Patient with bilateral knee endstage osteoarthritis.
Complete thread -- bladder, we did see ________ at the 1 o’clock what look like papillary
Complete thread -- Following this, a ______ catheter was inserted just inside lateral orifice _____ uret
Complete thread -- got it, nirschl
Complete thread -- does this make sense??? nirschl for the elbow?
Complete thread -- partial?
Complete thread -- "sciffy" is SCFE = slipped capital femoral epiphysis
Complete thread -- got it, SCFE
Complete thread -- Evaluation of the lower extremities reveal fairly sizable incision about the left
Complete thread -- He has had an s/l ershal tendon release at the elbow.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes, that is exactly correct.
Complete thread -- Got these: wwas some thick, liquid stool scattered AND Some of the stool was
Complete thread -- liquid stool scattered ....
Complete thread -- There were some thick, ______ stools scattered ...throughout the colon, _______
Complete thread -- It was Gardner. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Next is s/l corner syndrome, status post multiple surgeries to the abdomen.
Complete thread -- Am I correct in not capping cryptosporidium and isospora because they are not
Complete thread -- Yes, ty for the help
Complete thread -- dural ectasia
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- I don't know if it works for all programs, so you would
Complete thread -- Sorry that was confusing. If you hit enter without allowing word processor to
Complete thread -- You need to check with your company. Separating by making a line break can mess up upload.
Complete thread -- anterior peritrochanteric portal? Also known as anterolateral portal (see link)
Complete thread -- In the BoS link, but not specifically on the pages poi and I gave you.
Complete thread -- However, you will find in that link that "other info" regarding
Complete thread -- Thanks for link.
Complete thread -- That makes sense.
Complete thread -- ooops...page 6
Complete thread -- In BoS 2, page 248 .."When possible do not separate
Complete thread -- yup - bos2 page 20
Complete thread -- I believe the number needs to be with the units - 15 mg
Complete thread -- here is a link to digital BOS2 if you want to research yourself
Complete thread -- Thanks for checking!
Complete thread -- I think there is something about it in BoS. I'll go see and be right back.
Complete thread -- Is there a rule where medication names and other info regarding it cannot be on 2
Complete thread -- dictionary has word origin too, from Dutch cam "cog of a wheel" still no cap
Complete thread -- here cam = dutch word for cog, per archives
Complete thread -- makes sense
Complete thread -- cam - disk or cylinder having an irregular form such that its motion, usually rotary,
Complete thread -- anterolateral?
Complete thread -- all the portals sound okay except not sure on that ateriorperietal??
Complete thread -- cam (no cap)
Complete thread -- I'm so confused! Please sm
Complete thread -- is going to.. missed that from here to there. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- but maybe not too
Complete thread -- ?That example isn't like your sentence.
Complete thread -- YEP, you got it!
Complete thread -- inpatient status as he going to need overlapping anticoagulation
Complete thread -- I wonder if she is really slurring continues to need overlapping
Complete thread -- status as he continues overlapping ?
Complete thread -- Good example. Guess I will leave it in.
Complete thread -- wav file, missing a little word
Complete thread -- "turbulent and laminar flow cause resistance to air moving in the airways. " air flow =
Complete thread -- yuk....that is all I have to say :)
Complete thread -- I found one BOS exception: address line. Nothing definitive with other usages
Complete thread -- You'll LOVE this one..see link... the sentence with 'map'
Complete thread -- Good. It looks plain stupid!
Complete thread -- I thought it looked odd too. I guess if you have to follow BOS (I do) then use them, and
Complete thread -- I checked them too, but they also did not give an example
Complete thread -- I quite agree.
Complete thread -- BOS says to use them after both and gives no exception.
Complete thread -- shhhhh...that looks silly :)
Complete thread -- Monkey wrench! This grammar site shows to use the
Complete thread -- confirmed using Q's link above
Complete thread -- I get it.. possessive form, therefore, no comma. Thanks
Complete thread -- I mean use the comma after Malta...no comma after Montana
Complete thread -- If I read this right, use comma. See link
Complete thread -- I would not use a comma after Montana
Complete thread -- It just seemed that a comma before area as the last word looked odd. Thanks
Complete thread -- yes, just like Los Angles, California. Malta is a city in,& county seat of, Phillip county
Complete thread -- I know that if city and state are given, they are to be offset with commas. How
Complete thread -- The (...) wz after her/his post turbulent and laminar flow cause resistance to air moving
Complete thread -- Your post is too chopped (.....) to link laminar with airspace
Complete thread -- thanks for the confirmation lb
Complete thread -- agree with involving.
Complete thread -- yea, sounds right. i heard S-millimeter but was unsure if it was a number.
Complete thread -- Airflow & the Work of Breathing | Medical Physiology ...
Complete thread -- My thinking was that he's saying the air space disease is
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- laminar may be lamina (propria)moist linings,such as the respiratory
Complete thread -- evolving (develop gradually from simple to more complex form.
Complete thread -- going with it. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- I think he is saying sub-millimeter. Can anyone else hear that?
Complete thread -- could the next word be ? segmented nodules ?
Complete thread -- thanks for catching that..I can hear his lobe
Complete thread -- make sense since he says that above too.
Complete thread -- right middle lobe (or did he omit lobe? I can't hear it)
Complete thread -- 3 mm, as well as tiny ____ (right middle lobe?)
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- If you ever determine the answer, do please post, as I would
Complete thread -- I thinking it s/b involving (not evolving)..see link 1st paragraph page 4
Complete thread -- Other adjectives..not really your s/l I found included lobular, acinar, bibasilar
Complete thread -- xanthelasma?
Complete thread -- alveolar?
Complete thread -- Can you document that? I can't find it with reference to air space disease.
Complete thread -- laminar
Complete thread -- lay-me-ar....sm
Complete thread -- s/l tendo lytha
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wonder if it is "upper lid ptosis also"
Complete thread -- s/l upper lytosisalso
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thnks
Complete thread -- didn't see below
Complete thread -- a positive bruit
Complete thread -- In case not a typo s/b "with a positive bruit"
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- (laying) lying back?
Complete thread -- anemia. The etiology to be determined whether he is losing blood or not
Complete thread -- On exam, at the present time he is on an O2 by mask ______ . His neck
Complete thread -- be determined with _______ and the patient’s dialysis
Complete thread -- No
Complete thread -- is that the patient's name?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- involved in the plaintiff-______ care in connection
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- *depending on acct specs, of course.
Complete thread -- Remember to change 'cc' to 'mL'
Complete thread -- Do not change to are!...I forgot he is quoting someone.
Complete thread -- Note: He says "is" but s/b 'are'
Complete thread -- I do think that job burnout and dissatisfaction is contributing (end
Complete thread -- I hear factors contributing at the end.
Complete thread -- technique
Complete thread -- I do think that ____.”
Complete thread -- right knee using a sterile ____ with 40 mg of Depo-Medrol and
Complete thread -- CSM=circulation,sensation,movement (injury evaluation) see link
Complete thread -- CMC carpal metacarpal ? No idea what CSF or CSM is
Complete thread -- agree 3.0 x 2.5 cm -
Complete thread -- found this Complaint and Prayer for Compulsory Mental Examination
Complete thread -- agree.
Complete thread -- Disregard. I read my supporting article incorrectly.
Complete thread -- If I'm reading it right, two measurements were taken
Complete thread -- I'd probably do as you have it 3.0 x 2.5 cm
Complete thread -- Mobile echogenicity measuring 3.0 *into* 2.5 cm in the left atrium...How would you
Complete thread -- I tried to find in the archives and nothing popped up. Good thing she was clear!
Complete thread -- new for me, but I see it is in NH.
Complete thread -- Complaint and Prayer - Information only. I think this is only in New Hampshire. It
Complete thread -- Sounds like a good possibility. Glad you posted.
Complete thread -- too late, but for archives: I often hear distal CSM in this context
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know!
Complete thread -- consider dictator stumble, clarifying (tenna)=thenar sm
Complete thread -- spanish dictator? misspoke/said in Spanish and corrected self? "tenar"
Complete thread -- See link for a support
Complete thread -- Good luck. Here's a place to start. sm
Complete thread -- if you mean Klippel-Feil, perhaps there are some support boards on internet
Complete thread -- I have stage 3 Clipofiled syn. ...
Complete thread -- Klippfild
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions Q. It's pretty clear, so going to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- ??right-sided thenar??
Complete thread -- ??right palmar thenar??
Complete thread -- I was just going to post that I just figured it out :) thanks!! :)
Complete thread -- Normal ENT inspection. Pharynx normal.
Complete thread -- cannot figure out what he says
Complete thread -- the muscles on the s/l tenna thenar and hypothenar eminence TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks for all your suggestions. Still unsure, so flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- ??Distal sensation??
Complete thread -- cns maybe?
Complete thread -- I'd expect to hear capillary refill time (CRT). sorry IDK
Complete thread -- Range of motion of the hand is full. Distal s/l CSF is normal. TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- That is what I hear too
Complete thread -- inferior
Complete thread -- got it! :) nonspecific inferior and lateral ST-T changes
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- I was not sure myself :) that is why I asked to confirm :)
Complete thread -- I stand corrected. Thanks for pointing that out.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- posted wav for my 2nd blank I have
Complete thread -- got 1st blank.... physical deconditioning
Complete thread -- are you sure? I thought it was only capped when Gram stain? AAMT BOS2 p. 195
Complete thread -- couple blanks, audio only has first one though. Unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- I think Gram is capped though
Complete thread -- thanks - I think you might be right. The "RR" (or IR) is quite muffled.
Complete thread -- IR? instant release? ER extended release?
Complete thread -- carbidopa/levodopa *RR* and carbidopa/levodopa *ER*?
Complete thread -- :) you rock :) today is my normal day, so not counting as OT for me :P
Complete thread -- doing OT today, but will be off in about 10 minutes. I'll try & check back, though, to
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- thank you! I am so glad you are here :) have another blank in same report above
Complete thread -- *like* not ike
Complete thread -- Control blood pressure as per nephrologist (just ike he says as per Infectious Disease)
Complete thread -- sputum (not serum)
Complete thread -- sputum culture is growing out rare gram-positive rods
Complete thread -- blank #2 is MP3, blank #1 is wav
Complete thread -- not sure what he says
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- If the patient has had spinal surgery, I like this better than my suggestion.
Complete thread -- yes, there is term modular segment (describing the prosthesis)
Complete thread -- There are motion segments of the spine, but the use of
Complete thread -- go to page 41 of link
Complete thread -- "motion of segment" seems to google...see link
Complete thread -- does motion segment make sense?
Complete thread -- degenerative disk and s/l modular segment at L3-4. TIA!
Complete thread -- she is quite active and "not sedendary". Emesis with" bout of" anemia.
Complete thread -- need to take out (an) accompanying (an) infarct.Stumbling here
Complete thread -- after heparin, s/l he says new paragraph, Patient says she... can't get anything
Complete thread -- #2 sounds like there seemed to be no deposits? This sound file is just horrible.
Complete thread -- blank 1 s/l accompanying infarct and also some findings on the left as well.
Complete thread -- hearing something in there about D-dimer and something in there about pelvis sorry
Complete thread -- is quite active and ______. AND Emesis _____ with anemia.
Complete thread -- infarct with no ________ findings on the left ... be no clots, and I did a ________ i
Complete thread -- I believe merely "meaning" multi=(mulltidector MDCT) enhanced contrast
Complete thread -- Without knowing patient's complaint or diagnoses, cannot
Complete thread -- sorry, not familiar. Dx, reason being seen, PMH, other meds would help get it
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- s/l Procite 1 tab b.i.d. ?
Complete thread -- Id go as dictated. OB dip negative sugar nm
Complete thread -- maybe can't hear "mg"?? versus gm best to flag
Complete thread -- may be referring to the class of drugs called cox inhibitors (cox 1 & 2 sm & link
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. Blanking and moving on.
Complete thread -- Dose is clear.
Complete thread -- No, sorry. Thanks for trying. Going to flag and move on as short report.
Complete thread -- Is it possible to post a WAV. I'm a diabetic and your s/l is
Complete thread -- Cardiovascular exercise is recommended.
Complete thread -- What is the preceding sentence?
Complete thread -- A s/l cox and carb low-carb diabetic diet is recommended. TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks for the help! She is... especially when she gets going fast
Complete thread -- Good going! Sry I wasn't even close. She's tough.
Complete thread -- got it! :) Mom says the steroids and breathing treatments really seemed to help.
Complete thread -- I can't make it out at all. She is gonna have to have a blank on this report :(
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Mom says ___ very good. Breathing etc"
Complete thread -- unable to catch what she says
Complete thread -- Are you sure about 2-4 g (grams) as dose?
Complete thread -- could doc corrected self, started to say ibuprofen, and then corrected to morphine?
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- Me neither. Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- I couldn't find anything helpful.
Complete thread -- s/l eye-bue morphine 2-4 g every 4 hours. TIA!
Complete thread -- Also no hyphen after clear
Complete thread -- TYVM!
Complete thread -- No hyphen with adverb adjective compound (slightly yellowish)
Complete thread -- Don't think there s/b any hyphens. Let me do a quick double check.
Complete thread -- Clear-to-slightly-yellowish fluid was removed. (??)
Complete thread -- :) thank you!
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- Yes. And as you can see, there is no black and white answer..
Complete thread -- BoS 2, page 96...see link
Complete thread -- would this be ok? I see some formatted OB dipstick: Negative sugar, 30 of protein
Complete thread -- thank you much! :)
Complete thread -- I am interpreting it as a compound adjective, like false-positive sugar BJMO
Complete thread -- even though negative is followed by sugar, you would still hyphenate?
Complete thread -- OB is not slang and phrase is medically understandable such that
Complete thread -- OB dip negative sugar, 30 of protein. that is the sentence. Testing urine of OB patients
Complete thread -- I'd like to see surrounding text, before and after.
Complete thread -- would OB dip be expanded to obstetrical dip? or left as OB dip? OB dip negative sugar
Complete thread -- nevermind. got it. No obscuration of landmarks :)
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- getting lots of hits for "multiphase contrast enhanced"
Complete thread -- What type of study?
Complete thread -- Doing a radiology report. Dr. says "20 mL of intravenous s/l multi-enhanced contrast
Complete thread -- thank you very much!
Complete thread -- 4 days’ time (BOS2 page 392)
Complete thread -- Followup will be in my office in 4 days' time OR 4-days' time?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Well-tolerated hip range of motion, BUT hip range of motion is well tolerated.
Complete thread -- circ(umflex)
Complete thread -- The s/l circa was believed to be the cause of the non-STEMI and so was stented. TIA!
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you :)
Complete thread -- Actually it is Title XIX see link (cap the 'T' as well)
Complete thread -- BoS 2 page 93...in your context, no hyphen for either. The
Complete thread -- is it title 19 or title XIX ?? Patient wants sterilization, title 19 was signed.
Complete thread -- thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
Complete thread -- khat (catha edulis), but see other spellings as well
Complete thread -- I can't find anything specific, but I would not use a hyphen (Q where are you?)
Complete thread -- Socially he drinks 2 beers per week and chews cat. (paragraph) ?some kind of snuff?
Complete thread -- wait, I think Im wrong. I should never answer these questions :)
Complete thread -- Great, that is what I thought.
Complete thread -- well tolerated
Complete thread -- West
Complete thread -- Well tolerated or well-tolerated?
Complete thread -- West or west?
Complete thread -- Has to be on lying, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- eye exam for 2-year-old with NF1, sounds like online, on lying? Any thoughts?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- nevermind, I think he says "otic canal"
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- 213 is an ICD9. He is just documenting diagnosis information for billing.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. Never heard that before. :)
Complete thread -- He is discussing billing information. I think it is fine.
Complete thread -- is this correct? I am not sure what he is meaning?
Complete thread -- and the digital version does make it much easier to look up. Check out this link
Complete thread -- this is what BOS2 says
Complete thread -- thank you, poi
Complete thread -- I would interpret that to be linear lines so would use it if clear.
Complete thread -- Could be...one of the definitions is "path or strip" ...though
Complete thread -- I would use dorsoradial but I don't think dorsal radial is incorrect either
Complete thread -- dorsal radial versus dorsoradial
Complete thread -- Linear "swaths" on back appear to be petechiae. TIA nm
Complete thread -- Thank you ! How do they come up with these spellings for meds? oi
Complete thread -- oops...Qsymia
Complete thread -- Qsmia
Complete thread -- She admits to weight loss but has been on s/l QUISPNEA specifically for this.
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- Thank you, Questyr.
Complete thread -- Could be. see link. If it doesn't take you to the
Complete thread -- 13-year-old boy with a distal radius fracture requiring closed reduction
Complete thread -- great, thanks! nm
Complete thread -- forgot to add "sojourner" on the floor when he fell down the stairs. nm
Complete thread -- The patient would be the sojourner, and he had a sojourn on the floor...
Complete thread -- related to neuropathic event from his prolonged "sojourner" on the floor. SM tia
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- dang, I must be better at grammar than I thought (not!) :)
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- JFYI preexisting (without hyphen) has hit OneLook...some QA's are picky
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- fluff to q
Complete thread -- Thanx. I saw what I thought were 2 prepositions together and
Complete thread -- oops, that fluff was from poi
Complete thread -- sure sounded like you knew what you were talking about :)
Complete thread -- Just found that this explanation is NOT correct..that "close to" is
Complete thread -- You will note in poi's link that many do NOT have hyphens. That
Complete thread -- s/b on-grade (hyphen) since it is a compound modifier.
Complete thread -- Thank you! It's early...
Complete thread -- *too slow* :)
Complete thread -- pylorus or pyloric part is the region of the stomach that connects to the duodenum...
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- pylorus?
Complete thread -- #1 weight-bearing region see link
Complete thread -- The anterior and posterior walls and greater curve were examined down to the "porous"
Complete thread -- #1 weight-bearing
Complete thread -- #3 body
Complete thread -- Found it...
Complete thread -- potassium chloride?
Complete thread -- #2 myxoid degenerative changes
Complete thread -- a few ?s
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- arcuate ...
Complete thread -- surgery question sm
Complete thread -- Med...ESL
Complete thread -- I didn't explain that correctly for your particular post, but I am glad
Complete thread -- 1st one is "previously seen."
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I just assumed it was wrong because I had never the expression
Complete thread -- on grade level makes sense to me. She is doing work close to the fifth grade level.
Complete thread -- ESL, questioning on grade level? I am tempted to put 'her own grade level'
Complete thread -- multi
Complete thread -- ligament?
Complete thread -- thanks... that is what I thought also but wanted to verify :)
Complete thread -- The VenaFlow is a system that has VenaFlow Calf Cuffs. I vote for singular. One system.
Complete thread -- dictated as: The VenaFlows were placed on the patient's lower extremities.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- p.s. I mean "80 mL" of course, but dictated as "80 cc."
Complete thread -- Me too. Kept looking for s/l "adcc aspirate of fluid," turned out to be...
Complete thread -- I knew I needed more coffee . . . thanks!!
Complete thread -- QRS duration ?
Complete thread -- i am drawing a complete blank . . . EKG . . Please see msg
Complete thread -- acromioplasty, bursectomy, resection of CA *lid man* April 23, 2009.
Complete thread -- ...revealed a cyst within s/lpressing? present? on the left ovary...th ...
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Trulicity (dulaglutide) type 2 diabetes
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I think it doesn't matter as the OP apparently left the building lol
Complete thread -- again copiously irrigated with sterile antibotic containing normal saline with pulse
Complete thread -- I'm still not making myself clear. See message
Complete thread -- oh, I see you said *to hear*...I hear *with sterile* in there, but still can't get that
Complete thread -- No. She gave me further dictation after "pulse lavage"...see message
Complete thread -- they did post the sentence following.
Complete thread -- the wave is so short it is hard to get in the rhythm...
Complete thread -- To OP: Perhaps you can post that next sentence for poi to hear.
Complete thread -- Thank goodness you are here.
Complete thread -- Here's the problem, I hear 'with' ...but the sentence and the
Complete thread -- again copiously irrigated _____containing normal saline with pulse lavage.
Complete thread -- ...they really don't know where they go. LOL!
Complete thread -- It's kind of like when they dictate commas...
Complete thread -- Sometimes...see link...but realize, if she had not
Complete thread -- Trial was removed. The knee was copiously irrigated and then the perm ...
Complete thread -- CIS=clinical information systems (its hospital/clinic software) sm
Complete thread -- I hear "with". But can you tell me the sentence before this one?
Complete thread -- But a laminectomy wouldn't involve the discs, would it?
Complete thread -- Using a copious ____ pulse lavage. ...
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- Understood. i recommended going with the hyphens because
Complete thread -- Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- Well, not the actual vertebral body, but part of the whole vertebra.
Complete thread -- A laminectomy would be on the vertebral body, so it would be individual: S1, L5, L4.
Complete thread -- Also in section "When is it ordered, paragraph 2"
Complete thread -- Depends on what you call 'standard'..see link antibody testing 2nd paragraph
Complete thread -- Is parvo titer a standard prenatal lab? Or something that sounds like that? TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you so much....
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I would transcribe it as you show it. IMO
Complete thread -- He has had a laminectomy*S1-L5-L4.* Not sure this looks correct, but is the
Complete thread -- I think I hear "in the form of bumps"
Complete thread -- Help with mp3. EGD procedure...
Complete thread -- from original post "Doc clearly says lutein not Leiden."
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- *whew*...thought I was hearing things :)
Complete thread -- I hear dominant.
Complete thread -- you don't hear dominant?
Complete thread -- ugh...there are activities or there IS activity.
Complete thread -- I hear 'there is low-voltage activities over the posterior head regions
Complete thread -- Aw..I'm sorry I missed the WAV. I would have loved to have
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, s/b slow-wave (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- is dominant over the posterior head regions
Complete thread -- low-voltage activity
Complete thread -- This was a technically satisfactory digital EEG recorded during the aw ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I use an external microphone and a mp3 recorder program. I can record just the section
Complete thread -- I didn't even think it posted...I don't know how to "splice" the wav files.
Complete thread -- Thanks poi, I realized that after my post.
Complete thread -- I am *hearing* interfacetal, but cannot verify interfacetal groove
Complete thread -- fluoroscopic guidance (you left out guidance)
Complete thread -- sounds like their computer system?
Complete thread -- I hear the WAV but still cant get it. (way too long of a wav file though)
Complete thread -- Medications are reviewed in CIS. What is CIS? Thanks!
Complete thread -- Made me visualize Shirley Temple...curly top!
Complete thread -- and I caught the "seem more likely" and fixed that before sending it.
Complete thread -- No question, just a comment about Podiatry.
Complete thread -- No question, just a comment about Podiatry.
Complete thread -- Uncle.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I googled chemotherapy celox - and Xelox popped right up
Complete thread -- Typo? if it is 075 mL - it would be 0.75 not .075 of the lidocaine
Complete thread -- here is a good cancer site you might want to save (NIH cancer)
Complete thread -- Yes..
Complete thread -- which is capecitabine plus oxaliplatin
Complete thread -- maybe Xelox
Complete thread -- Bilateral cervical facet joint blocks..SM for entire note
Complete thread -- Oops. Thanks for spotting.
Complete thread -- yes, locus. A locus of infectiona specific site in body where infection originatessm
Complete thread -- OK thanks. I have not heard that word before, but now I can add to my list.
Complete thread -- whereas one word..see link
Complete thread -- yes, locus, see link
Complete thread -- What is the title of the procedure? transforaminal? other?
Complete thread -- s/l locus??
Complete thread -- Cancer Med...ESL...S/L
Complete thread -- thank you! :) I will go with that :)
Complete thread -- total guess s/l i"nner fer seenal" groove may be interpharyngeal groove
Complete thread -- I think he's saying currently, tho he uses 'was' not 'is'.
Complete thread -- he speaks clear, not "I" lol
Complete thread -- I can't get that...I speaks pretty clear... maybe *inner-ver-seed-nal*
Complete thread -- ?intervertebral?
Complete thread -- unsure if saying "correction" and wants prior remark removed or if says "currently"
Complete thread -- best bet to post wav & have helpers give a listen. I doubt all pt have same dose,sm
Complete thread -- s/l*inner-fer-seen-al* groove at the ____ cervical levels
Complete thread -- addendum Also in Stedman pathology, lab & histology pg 304
Complete thread -- steroid injection for epicondylitis. Please see msg. TIA
Complete thread -- I think s/l lutein is "Leiden" Factor V Leiden sm
Complete thread -- Don't think so. Only 4 hits and they are probably all typos
Complete thread -- is there a factor V lutein deficiency? sm
Complete thread -- I think you need the comma...there is a dual pattern of
Complete thread -- I notice that I need to take the comma out after homogenous as well.
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. thank you both.
Complete thread -- dual pattern
Complete thread -- Yes, just found this..see link
Complete thread -- dual pattern (what I hear)
Complete thread -- WAV is posted. Thanks. No diagnosis yet, just suspected autoimmune disease.
Complete thread -- However if you know diagnosis, i.e. scleroderma? lupus? that
Complete thread -- ??peripheral"?? see message
Complete thread -- found to have a positive ANA 1:80, s/l jewel pattern, homogeneous, and speckled.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- thanks, pulling my hair out, maybe she is saying dizziness - flagged
Complete thread -- I found EMARC - he was close, see link
Complete thread -- Oh, okay!
Complete thread -- s/l E-M-A-R-K school (spells it) somewhere in Massachusetts?
Complete thread -- I should have answered "fluff to" means your addressing your
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- I think so...
Complete thread -- In the past we got complaints for talking about peripheral
Complete thread -- good one!
Complete thread -- ??She actually had a just missed (meaning missed abortion which
Complete thread -- Okay, what does "fluff to" mean?
Complete thread -- Oh, I get it...later on she had a D&C by..etc ...nevermind
Complete thread -- There is something wrong with the last sentence starting at "and"..can
Complete thread -- ?marijuana? see link
Complete thread -- s/l dismiss, sm pls
Complete thread -- BoS 2 page 257...don't use symbols either use "plus or minus" or "plus/minus"
Complete thread -- Weight stabilizer...ESL
Complete thread -- Plus or minus or +/-
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- listen for: to warrant discharge today
Complete thread -- ??chromogranin A??
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- chromogranin A
Complete thread -- Labs...ESL
Complete thread -- LOL. But thanks for letting us know!
Complete thread -- Got it! It was managing. Go figure! Thanks for helping.
Complete thread -- I wondered too about that because of the proximity. Maybe
Complete thread -- Just thinking out loud...words that have "iform" I know ...
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- I didn't refresh and see your answer before posting mine
Complete thread -- sorry. I did a OneLook and came up with that, but when I went a step further, I guess
Complete thread -- Ah, my hero! I should have had that. I kept thinking he is saying callus really funny
Complete thread -- Can U maybe hear 'cavus' ? see link
Complete thread -- cavus ?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- it sounds like Kalus with a long A.
Complete thread -- I was offering a suggestion based on what I found.
Complete thread -- I'd go with this too.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Based on the context and looking up ophthalmicus, both
Complete thread -- Thank you for that info.
Complete thread -- Yes. See rxlist link
Complete thread -- ophthalmicus? - This manifestation is termed herpes zoster ophthalmicus (HZO). HZO is
Complete thread -- BoS 2, page 183 shows 'g' okay.
Complete thread -- ??anisocoria and ptosis??
Complete thread -- setting up?
Complete thread -- Hi. Is gram spelled out in use of meds or is a simple g sufficient?
Complete thread -- While the navicular is in the area of the cuneiforms, I was
Complete thread -- s/l anisorcia antosis
Complete thread -- I'm having trouble finding support for that. Can you provide a link?
Complete thread -- cuneiform? ...
Complete thread -- my error, sorry.
Complete thread -- Imuran 2.5 s/l megs per keg. I assume slang for mg/kg? Just making sure. Thanks
Complete thread -- I'd think it would need to be cribiform?
Complete thread -- didn't read the post did we?
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- notify me if they need assistance with?
Complete thread -- but OP is referring to cam lesion which is not capped..archives
Complete thread -- are to notify me of any _____ with immunosuppressive therapy, anti-TNF.
Complete thread -- ooo! good - thank you!
Complete thread -- CAM Walker(orthopedic device). CAM acronym for "Controlled ankle movement
Complete thread -- s/l cementing her ventilator (what?) see context
Complete thread -- I believe referring to the (pack) packet of 3 tubes of Voltaren gel with instructions
Complete thread -- gorilla-form bone?
Complete thread -- As soon as I posted, I found the explanation I needed. They are not capped.
Complete thread -- Pincer and Cam lesions of the hip, consistent with femoral acetabular impingement
Complete thread -- There is a way to "simulate" walking on a treadmill, when not fully able sm
Complete thread -- ignore post, I got this under wrong thread Should be under Lexiscan below
Complete thread -- There is a way to "simulate" walking on treadmill when unable to walk per se sm
Complete thread -- There is a way to "simulate" walking on treadmill when unable to walk per se sm
Complete thread -- Good one!
Complete thread -- celery stalk?
Complete thread -- Really at WAG "with ACL lock-type appearance" ??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- in his father. His father had prostate cancer. He and her both had positive
Complete thread -- WAV does not match post even after I dumped out twice.
Complete thread -- Anterior cruciate ligament is abnormal with a [s/l sellers block]-type appearance
Complete thread -- in his father ______ has prostate cancer AND exposed to TB and he has ________ positi
Complete thread -- I think 'decided' should start a new sentence. As for
Complete thread -- Nope. Darn it, I'm flagging it because I'm tired of them misspeaking all of the time!!!
Complete thread -- Thank you for taking the time to answer.
Complete thread -- Can't correct. Verbatim (sigh). I'm keeping it as dictated.
Complete thread -- maybe talking about information sheet that comes with gel
Complete thread -- Crohn's disease with perianal abscess in 32-year-old. I flagged, but thanks. nm
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Not regarding your s/l, I think it s/b "she is found (not fine) to be
Complete thread -- sentence not making much sense-s/l packet
Complete thread -- In that case, I would correct the other to 33 weeks and 4 days to
Complete thread -- Since the body of the report confirms the misspeak, I would
Complete thread -- Thanks. Unfortunately I have been out of the cardiology game for awhile.:(
Complete thread -- "changes of cystitis cystica throughout the entire bladder."
Complete thread -- Scroll to 3rd paragraph of section, "How Is It Done"
Complete thread -- see link..apparently there can be walking
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- What is the pertinent info on the patient..chief complaint/diagnosis and
Complete thread -- Since when do you walk on a Lexiscan stress test?
Complete thread -- of cystitis _______ entire bladder.
Complete thread -- Exam reveals normal external genitalia with a moderate...
Complete thread -- Exam was _____ with a moderate cystocele. She was anesthetized with Xylocaine gel.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- I do.
Complete thread -- verbatim but no slang allowed. Is work comp slang?? expand to workers' compensation?
Complete thread -- Thanks for bringing to my attention
Complete thread -- status post partial fistulotomy and marsupialization with "pernal sterk?" tia nm
Complete thread -- according to BOS, only space after the number (before hours)
Complete thread -- Really, no space after q.8 hours? I must have forgotten and always space it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Pulse dose?
Complete thread -- pulse dose? q.8 (no space after the q.)
Complete thread -- IV steroids s/l fullth dose q. 8 hours...
Complete thread -- Correction: Later, doctor says 33 weeks and 5 days.
Complete thread -- Would you flag the following (see inside)
Complete thread -- Thank you, both.
Complete thread -- maybe saying caval filter?
Complete thread -- they do use vena cava filters for blood clots?
Complete thread -- pulvinar - (fibrofatty tissue) fills space between acetabulum and femoral head
Complete thread -- I don't have a lot of information on this patient.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sounds fine to me
Complete thread -- visible on the unit and socializing a little bit more
Complete thread -- significant progress in treatment to *earn a* discharge today and realize
Complete thread -- visible ______ and _____ socializing more
Complete thread -- the labrum and ____ with electrocautery.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- repeat (what I hear, stuttered)
Complete thread -- cool!
Complete thread -- scheduled to get those _____ vaccinations after surgery.
Complete thread -- PreserVision?
Complete thread -- gapjoj - automated was correct on below post. QA responded.
Complete thread -- he takes metoprolol; he takes _____; he takes aspirin, multivitamins, Metamucil
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That's it.
Complete thread -- Even tho I can't hear it, bladder neck contracture is the only thing I can think of in
Complete thread -- I am sure it is TURP, bladder neck contracture
Complete thread -- dang, i refreshed and still can't hear anything. sorry
Complete thread -- Is that last bladder neck contracture?
Complete thread -- TURP, --- contracture
Complete thread -- That sure is it! Glad I flagged. I saved the report. Will have it for next time.
Complete thread -- No wav there yet
Complete thread -- in the past, ______ contracture
Complete thread -- automated blood pressure
Complete thread -- ?? bladder neck contracture ?
Complete thread -- Provigil?
Complete thread -- he takes *per vision*; he takes aspirin, multivitamins,
Complete thread -- Could be. I am so hesitant with that, I think I will flag to be safe. thanks
Complete thread -- He has had a history of intermittent hematuria in the past, *binary* contracture .
Complete thread -- could he be saying unmedded, like unmedicated?
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- I am not getting a wav.
Complete thread -- This is a bronchoscopy report, sounds like unmitted or onmidded?
Complete thread -- superioralization? only found 1 medical reference for that, in relationship to glenoid,
Complete thread -- never mind, blanking it.
Complete thread -- "superialization" of the clavicle
Complete thread -- The patient was noted to have a moderate amount of arthritis into the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- I bet that's it! Found an article where his clinic operates a clinic for JC. TYSM!
Complete thread -- I was using the doctor search on this page and was just looking
Complete thread -- Thanks...Think that's a radiologist and probably not a specialty this person would see.
Complete thread -- Robert Holmberg, MD?
Complete thread -- Michael D. Halber, M.D.?
Complete thread -- Looking for a Dr. s/l hoe-ber working at Job Corps in Maine
Complete thread -- I lean more toward 'cavitary' just not pronounced properly. Can't really hear 'and'. Thank
Complete thread -- I hear *and*
Complete thread -- I was thinking about the same thing.
Complete thread -- Could he be changing cavity to cavitary lung lesion?
Complete thread -- Bronchoscopy: Right upper lobe cavity _____ lung lesion.
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- That makes sense then. She is complaining because she is hungry
Complete thread -- Patient is obese , 412 pounds with a BMI of 55.9 ...
Complete thread -- does sound odd. Did she have bariatric surgery? I guess she
Complete thread -- DICTATED: She does complain of good appetite.
Complete thread -- callous relating to bone callus or epidermal callosity
Complete thread -- The entry available from 2007 Dorland's shows both also. I've never heard you use one
Complete thread -- ...for bone healing.
Complete thread -- Yet, it is callus formation for a bone healilng.
Complete thread -- callous is an adjective - hard like a callus; hardened in mind or feel ...
Complete thread -- I don't really see that when I review the google hits
Complete thread -- We may have a 'living language' change going on. My new Dorland's
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- More specifically, procedures that were unanticipated.
Complete thread -- Yes...google serial consent. Consent for multiple procedures.
Complete thread -- Outcome of surgery should be positive. A s/l serial consent was obtained. TIA!
Complete thread -- These forms of "callus" and "callous" are cited in Vera Pyle.
Complete thread -- I was taught callus formation for bone and callous formation for skin.
Complete thread -- Bos 2 pagee 493 callus formation
Complete thread -- callus or callous?
Complete thread -- I bet this is it. Thanks! (and yes is a male pt)
Complete thread -- WAG ??Evinces a distrust.??
Complete thread -- Is the patient a male?
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- Psych: Patient is cooperative. s/l ee-venses or he-venses a distrust... TIA!
Complete thread -- I would agree with an exception that if there were other
Complete thread -- per the BoS, I'd do it exactly as dictated. 0.4 thousand. Nothing wrong with that I can s
Complete thread -- I'm with billybob. The other possibility is verbatim, but only if you must.
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know
Complete thread -- Any other possibilities?
Complete thread -- I'd use 400, but more sensible minds may prevail here.
Complete thread -- total lymphocyte count of 0.4 thousand
Complete thread -- I posted that at the wrong place..it's for the above...but here's for this one.
Complete thread -- I got feedback,,whoohooo!!
Complete thread -- nevermind, got it. shoe gear :)
Complete thread -- unable to get this word
Complete thread -- I sent it with blanks..Thank you for your help!
Complete thread -- I'm sry, but I can't figure out what is being said beyond the suggestions
Complete thread -- Yup, that's it. Thanks. Don't know why I couldn't hear it.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- No..I was trying to sound out/piece together what he was saying..
Complete thread -- general anesthesia
Complete thread -- Wav posted. Hysteroscopy and D&C.
Complete thread -- Did he dictate the hyphens in pentra-vertical-portions? I'm
Complete thread -- middle turbinate is singular - has several points where it connect
Complete thread -- A microdebrider is a type of hand-held surgical cutting tool with a rotary tip, often used
Complete thread -- ? peripheral=epinephrine ?
Complete thread -- 2% lidocaine with 1:100,000 epinephrine? (listen for)
Complete thread -- intranasal cavities?
Complete thread -- could 'contacts'='contents' ??
Complete thread -- Yes!!
Complete thread -- Another for Speedy ENT
Complete thread -- I have a speedy ENT physician that I am typing for the first time...Lots of help,
Complete thread -- listen for picolinate. check my spelling. nm
Complete thread -- No problem. Thanks, again, Q.
Complete thread -- I like that much better than extraocular or something along those lines
Complete thread -- Sry. Misunderstood you. Yes.
Complete thread -- Supplement S/L
Complete thread -- Guessing ??Repetitive movements??
Complete thread -- Thanks, but is it typed correctly, the 'over 2?'
Complete thread -- He is giving a formula so that HWL over 2 means HWL divided by 2 see link
Complete thread -- bet that was it. I saved a copy. Will make a note of that! Thanks
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks, in for vertigo and vomiting
Complete thread -- prostate volume was estimated at 62.5 cc in HWL over 2 volume estimation. Correct?
Complete thread -- ??sterile pad?? (I'm checking Archives for suggestions)
Complete thread -- ??surgical pad?? ...if not see link with other possibilities
Complete thread -- not gauze pad, but I was thinking it might be some kind of pad
Complete thread -- ??gauze pad??
Complete thread -- Others...
Complete thread -- hemostais with a large s/l skull pat
Complete thread -- There's a Serzone but it seems a side effect is hot flashes, so not sure
Complete thread -- Hot Flashes S/L med
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Thank you all! Smile
Complete thread -- McCulloch's (rather than "the collis")?
Complete thread -- it makes sense to me as you have it (as I described above.) A person
Complete thread -- actually, I've never heard the term hyposomnolence used in my 30+years...
Complete thread -- hypersomnolence fits perfectly there
Complete thread -- Hypersomnia (termed hypersomnolence in DSM-5) is characterized by recurrent episodes (SM)
Complete thread -- Should have posted entire sentence. Does it still make sense now. Can't think straight
Complete thread -- she is very sleepy (during the day, hypersomnolence) because Ambien is not
Complete thread -- Can't really confirm 'hypo'somnolence which would make more sense, right?
Complete thread -- Cloward? (Cloward blade retractor)
Complete thread -- I figured it out...antifibrotic
Complete thread -- anti foreign body? (so something doesn't fall in there?)
Complete thread -- *collis* microscopic blades
Complete thread -- Placed a piece of DuraForm in the epidural space as an s/l *anti-far-body* agent
Complete thread -- oh, I like that!
Complete thread -- nodal basins?
Complete thread -- nodal based is what I hear (based in the nodes?)
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- It's dial. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- I have 1 other iffy spot with even worse sound so will flag. Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- medial collateral ligament sprain "ball test"
Complete thread -- really can't find any confirmation, but it does sound like bases.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Okay. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- LOL! Yes, I do know that (not being rude). It makes sense now. Sounded weird at first. Thx
Complete thread -- since it was "appeared to have", crippling makes sense.
Complete thread -- I do hear bases or basis...trying to confirm
Complete thread -- The occiput is the anatomical term for the posterior (back) portion of the head or skull.
Complete thread -- nodal bases? Is the 2nd word base?
Complete thread -- nodal (not total)
Complete thread -- wav file, I wanted to hear stations but it is not there.
Complete thread -- never mind (value)
Complete thread -- probably referring to age of baby
Complete thread -- Thank you !
Complete thread -- ...meant occiput.
Complete thread -- gravidity (though not sure it makes sense with "age".
Complete thread -- Okay, I was able to locate a past report and it says the same thing. Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l crypton arthritis. Is there any other possibility besides 'crippling?'
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Right occipital what?
Complete thread -- Abdomen shows s/l curvidity or crevidity consistent with
Complete thread -- ensue
Complete thread -- cannot get what she says
Complete thread -- that is a large fusion but it makes sense (to me.) Why do you think it doesn't?
Complete thread -- s/l bally or valley? sm plse for context
Complete thread -- Right occipital through cervical 5. Does that make sense? (see inside)
Complete thread -- Thanks! Definitely not saying cefepime. I'm flagging IV.
Complete thread -- Merrem and cefepime are commonly used together?
Complete thread -- nothing I could find either? Oral or capsule
Complete thread -- No account specifics. Will leave as is. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'd say it depends on your acct specs. where I work, we don't spell it out unless
Complete thread -- of gabapentin to 400 mg 2 tabs 3 times per day. Correct or use 'two' tabs for clarity
Complete thread -- nadolol ?
Complete thread -- drug for palpitations
Complete thread -- From what I can find the appearance is EITHER congruent OR
Complete thread -- there is a lot of support for congruent/incongruent
Complete thread -- WAG ??sphericity?? see link
Complete thread -- These do demonstrate some abnormalities in the left hip which look to be somewhat
Complete thread -- blank 1 sounds like "closure" not able to get blank 2
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sry..for some reason I did not see poi's post.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flushes with heparin solution also googles well
Complete thread -- This was 'filled in' in a post a little below this one.
Complete thread -- in case a typo - tissues "were" closed. Steri-Strips (capitalize both S)
Complete thread -- ??heparizined?? see link
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- TargetPrint® determines if the patient is a candidate for hormonal therapy or other target
Complete thread -- Breast cancer S/L
Complete thread -- this sounds clipped but, based on your above post, he later said
Complete thread -- Dexon in subcuticular _______. Steri-strips and ______ applied.
Complete thread -- oops thanks
Complete thread -- a plastic anchor?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I wouldnt think ex fix requires a hyphen, but since that is slang I wouldn't use it at all
Complete thread -- catheter was secured to the infusaport (not inferior port)
Complete thread -- blood that was flushed with _____ solution
Complete thread -- Link has expired. You can google it direct. It is an Arthex product.
Complete thread -- Oops..here is the link
Complete thread -- Here is the anchoring system being used. Seems that 'well' is
Complete thread -- I cannot document IV cefdinir, only oral administration. Anybody know?
Complete thread -- secured with ______ . The infusaport
Complete thread -- typo in above post. S/b "which requires no hyphen" not why requires.
Complete thread -- ex fix vs ex-fix
Complete thread -- Decided to go with: These are all well-fixed arthroscopically to the humerus.
Complete thread -- There is nothing after except removal of instruments and closure.
Complete thread -- IMO, I think he is just stating it is well fixed
Complete thread -- Would prefer to know what is the next sentence, but currently
Complete thread -- "humerus well" sm
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- That's it. Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- thank you... my brain could not hear anything but "breast fed" LOL! I need sleep :(
Complete thread -- precipitated see link
Complete thread -- uncertain of the exact word he says
Complete thread -- cefdinir ???
Complete thread -- Thanks - yeah not sure about that. I will post another wav if can't get it.
Complete thread -- s/l cef-a-mir (antibiotic) see context
Complete thread -- thank you! I kept hearing mitral and knew that could not be it and could not think what
Complete thread -- microperforation
Complete thread -- I've never heard term...'secured with plastic and cord' ...You
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Yes...just means it was too long and they shortened it...
Complete thread -- #2 The vein dilator was removed,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- #1 and the vein dilator with introducer sheath was passed over the
Complete thread -- Then *excess* catheter was cut and catheter was
Complete thread -- passed all the way down _____ sheath passed
Complete thread -- I think you misunderstand. The poster was trying to say
Complete thread -- needs to be a verb. thanks
Complete thread -- unless you can 'fix it'. had never had an MRI?
Complete thread -- agree CRNA (name) covered by....
Complete thread -- MRI'd would be how to make it a verb.
Complete thread -- Probably the CRNA and name covered by Dr. X
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- type of surgery?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ANESTHESIA: Local with IV sedation. *C R N atenosin* covered by
Complete thread -- Sorry. Meant scalding hot water. ;o)
Complete thread -- I think I literally hear the letters 'C' 'A' ...so would transcribe as 'cancer'
Complete thread -- This is a 74 YO patient. The chief complaint has nothing to do with it. But who knows wha
Complete thread -- sorry plesae ignore info after preop and post op as that is not correct
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: ________ of the lung.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much !
Complete thread -- Anything is possible...if context of report doesn't support what
Complete thread -- MAPs mean arterial pressure (MAP) is a term used in medicine to describe an average blood
Complete thread -- Continue Levophed and IV fluids. We wil maintain s/l maps of greater than 60.
Complete thread -- Pt's surgery history incl. "treatment of burns to the feet at birth." Could this be?
Complete thread -- psych. psyche is a thing. neuropsychiatry - neuropsych
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ??interstices?? see link
Complete thread -- removed upon introduction of the scope etc
Complete thread -- Regarding the link...had to scroll down manually, search feature did
Complete thread -- ??SCID=structured clinical interview for DSM?? see link
Complete thread -- ??PAI=personality assessment inventory ...I'm at a neuropsychological
Complete thread -- ??CAS=cognitive assessment system ..going back and forth, be right back
Complete thread -- Majority of the graft has taken. Only a few small s/l intercies have
Complete thread -- Nevermind. GDS=geriatric depression scale ...still working on the others
Complete thread -- It was removed. _______ reduction of the scope with good hemostas
Complete thread -- ??could GDS=GCS?? (Glasgow Coma Scale)
Complete thread -- Neuro-psyche testing was also requested. A dementia battery with PAI, GDS, CAS, and
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions. Can't clearly hear that. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- intraluminal? intramural?
Complete thread -- CTA shows aortic disease with infrarenal aorta with s/l uh-meet-er-ole plaque. TIA!
Complete thread -- I could not help but giggle about this
Complete thread -- Thanks for showing that link I couldn't enter..I don't know
Complete thread -- Pneumatoscopy.
Complete thread -- This MT Sample site shows it capped, if that helps.
Complete thread -- Showing pneumatoscopy see link..1st article is PubMed, but I can't enter it
Complete thread -- Ooops here's link
Complete thread -- OneLook shows pneumatic otoscopy see link Let me check google for possible combo word
Complete thread -- ??weakness??
Complete thread -- Right ear **pneumotoscopy** shows lot of wax.
Complete thread -- ?a significant slip"
Complete thread -- Sending on, thanks.
Complete thread -- Ankle pain, sounds sort of like ribsince
Complete thread -- Help with word
Complete thread -- I really hate capping this...just sayin'
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think I hear "centration of lens"
Complete thread -- but were not limited to _____ lens, scleral depression
Complete thread -- If that does not work, I Googled roll back IE 11 to 9
Complete thread -- I had to do that too. Mine won't be exactly like yours as mine was 10 to 9 but I found
Complete thread -- i have a new computer with IE 11. can someone tell me how to downgrad ...
Complete thread -- got it - Bern catheter
Complete thread -- nephrostomy surgery - s/l burn catheter, cannot document spelling.
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- Thick-It
Complete thread -- s/l Thicket
Complete thread -- He does not have
Complete thread -- which was reported as negative. ________ black tarry stools
Complete thread -- okay, after further research, I guess they do have to split the
Complete thread -- sorry, I didn't read your entire post before my stupid suggestion/explanation.
Complete thread -- thank you so very much - I can hear that
Complete thread -- something about heparin base.
Complete thread -- amorphous signal
Complete thread -- the sternum was probably split for the surgery so now there are 2 halves of the sternum
Complete thread -- sternal halves
Complete thread -- s/l morphis signal? Does this make sense
Complete thread -- esl doc, plse sm
Complete thread -- s/l sternal haavs
Complete thread -- s/b roll-type see link
Complete thread -- If you follow BoS 3 page 278... s/b 3 x 2 cm (no hyphen)
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, s/b secondary TO fracture
Complete thread -- Believe it s/b per Anesthesia (capped) because of personification.
Complete thread -- Thank ya'll!
Complete thread -- And I would use hyphens as you show.
Complete thread -- Found preop quizlet hit describes prep from sheet to sheet.see link..term
Complete thread -- linked nursing site describes sheet-to-sheet prep
Complete thread -- underwent sterile "sheet-to-sheet" abdominal prep x3
Complete thread -- got it, Alertec
Complete thread -- rx: Crestor, s/l alertek, Flovent, prevacid, anoro. sm for more
Complete thread -- UR welcome!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- fracture through T7 vertebral body.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- CT scan of the thoracic spine showed fracture ______ T7 vertebral body.
Complete thread -- pilocarpine (ck sp)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Dilantin 100 three times a day, _____ eye drops
Complete thread -- 123. Electrolytes were normal.
Complete thread -- 126/77 is what I hear
Complete thread -- creatinine 0.5, glucose _____ , electrolytes are normal.
Complete thread -- Mefoxin. Thanks anyhoo
Complete thread -- Blood pressure 136/______. Cardiovascular system: First and
Complete thread -- got it - folic acid and HCT
Complete thread -- 2 grams of IV "rofoxeen" given for antibiotic prophylaxis.
Complete thread -- listen for: CNS: (there are) Features of...
Complete thread -- yeah, that is all i could think of but not really hearing it
Complete thread -- 100 mcg daily, _______ 20 once a day, Crestor 10 daily, Diovan ______ 160/12.5.
Complete thread -- CNS: Initial features of .. Cause all that is neurologic?
Complete thread -- Abdomen soft and nontender. *see* initial features of dementia with no focal m
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- This is fine.
Complete thread -- mid shaft segmental tibia fracture and fibula fracture
Complete thread -- no problem. Have a good day.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- (red) wale sign
Complete thread -- s/l *whale* sign
Complete thread -- I see it mostly as 4A when googling.
Complete thread -- Can't get this one at all, but isn't prostate "volume" (size) measured in cc not mL)
Complete thread -- I can make out "was advised of" ... but that's about it.
Complete thread -- Prostate ____ was seen both transverse
Complete thread -- BI-RADS 4a or BI-RADS 4A?
Complete thread -- The patient seen recently in the office for elevated PSA ______ PSA velocity change.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...on background of
Complete thread -- renal insufficiency, _____ vascular disease and diabetes.
Complete thread -- deleting previous file does nothing to help SM
Complete thread -- In case you didn't notice, you are showing 0.5 cc instead of 0.5 mL Marcaine
Complete thread -- does it sound like MATTer-un? MAY-tear-un? mate-TEAR-un?
Complete thread -- Sometimes I have to actally close (and then reopen) my browser to hear a new wav
Complete thread -- Thank you very much. Wav file removed...
Complete thread -- and the patient allowed to awaken from her sedation. She went to the
Complete thread -- Op note (epidural steroid injection)... pls help wav file sent.
Complete thread -- Question to billybob. Please read previous post below. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks, billybob. I meant to ask you a questions I have had in the past and I think it was
Complete thread -- cursor is mispositioned, replacing first letter instead of blank space preceding it.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought so. Thanks for confirming.
Complete thread -- I don't, just as I don't CT or MRI
Complete thread -- If PTFs dictated under Assessment, do I need to expand (pulmonary function tests)?
Complete thread -- General MS Word 2007 question re wrapping characters onto new line (Dr. and Dr. name)
Complete thread -- That was it. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- I don't think so. He wants you to place quotes at beginning and end of quoted material.
Complete thread -- Quote Unquote
Complete thread -- agree (good "guess" by the way!)
Complete thread -- high-sensitivity CRP
Complete thread -- s/l "hyphens to v-c-r-p."
Complete thread -- Glad U at least saw it for the future.
Complete thread -- Just from an interest standpoint...'emanating to' does not
Complete thread -- crap, maybe, too late now...might be able to fix though. thxX
Complete thread -- Based on your s/l and context, wonder if it was subfalcial see link
Complete thread -- Found Michael Alan Fregger, optometrist inn Fort Walton Beach, Fl
Complete thread -- Extraneal
Complete thread -- emergent?
Complete thread -- My first choice! Thanks so much. Enterobacter was a distant 2nd.
Complete thread -- endovascular bacteremia?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I have 2 words..
Complete thread -- Oh heavens, rate. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- abscess on triceps, plan after surgery. Sounds like right.
Complete thread -- all I can come up with is "extra fill" ?
Complete thread -- a perforating... Sheesh. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- upper furring towel clamp
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- Darling popliteal retractor?
Complete thread -- need some help with a dialysis prescription, pls sm
Complete thread -- We initially thought to use the s/l*dar-sing*retractor, but actually the retractor wa
Complete thread -- can't think of any "delivery" that would be in preop diagnosis.
Complete thread -- cesarean delivery
Complete thread -- Any other possibilities?
Complete thread -- s/l materen delivery
Complete thread -- preterm? Post term? Early term?
Complete thread -- Please help
Complete thread -- ________ delivery.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I would flag
Complete thread -- Patient status post ankle surgery.
Complete thread -- Only commenting on spelling..would be postplacement (per
Complete thread -- Never mind. Will turn in. Thanks
Complete thread -- Lodrane 24 is used for: Treating and preventing symptoms of hay fever, other allergies,..?
Complete thread -- Help with Dr. Name please. s/l Dr. Free-ger, eye doctor...
Complete thread -- s/l lomita 24 for rx list. see inside
Complete thread -- THanks. It was prophylactic fixation.
Complete thread -- heterotopic?
Complete thread -- So it's prophylactic something.... Thanks. SM
Complete thread -- Under procedure performed: S/l peripheral ossification of proximal
Complete thread -- I bet that is what he meant!! Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- subfalcine?
Complete thread -- Hickman??
Complete thread -- brain MRI "sub-fal-seal"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- A new s/l PIGMAN catheter was placed....
Complete thread -- I would and put one more after thigh,
Complete thread -- I think that he is stable enough to be observed...
Complete thread -- Is comma needed in sentence?
Complete thread -- Possible lymphoma - S/L
Complete thread -- no rushes of loose stool or signs of instability. I think that he is well enough to be ob
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- but no _____ of loose stool, signs of _______. I think ________ observed on clear li
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- He told me the study was normal.
Complete thread -- 1. liver cancer 2. ___ right colon. 3. but he tells he has a hernia.
Complete thread -- usually you appose a wound.
Complete thread -- So I'm going with opposing. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Here's a little more SM
Complete thread -- s/l *P L X* enema
Complete thread -- DermaClose tissue expander SM
Complete thread -- A few ?s
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- epigastric and chest discomfort. _____ study was normal.
Complete thread -- girl - sounds like he stumbles a bit maybe?
Complete thread -- Colicky-type ... guaiac-pos stools. innocent/benign
Complete thread -- Drawing a blank on this, doing an oncology report
Complete thread -- She is a 9-year-old ________ with chronic abdominal pain.
Complete thread -- that the guaiac positive stools could be for *innocent* reasons
Complete thread -- if there's no 'sounds like' I don't see how we can help you. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Without a WAV or a s/l I would not hazard a guess.
Complete thread -- Transesophageal echo
Complete thread -- I was trying to make isoenzyme a number. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- CK isoenzyme 99
Complete thread -- wav file, can't quite catch first part of number.
Complete thread -- This is a duplicate post. See answer above.
Complete thread -- It is considered moderately high, but is possible...see link...
Complete thread -- Give me a second.
Complete thread -- BNP dictated 3713, is it okay?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- BNP dictated 3713, is it okay?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- FLAIR (all caps as it is an acronym) see link, scroll down to 3rd entry
Complete thread -- yes, that is it, THANKs
Complete thread -- Flare ? Flair ?
Complete thread -- Means appropriate for gestational age...I had forgotten about
Complete thread -- Check out this link...might be AGA newborn
Complete thread -- Found something speaking about SGA and AGA newborn. I need to
Complete thread -- Can you get a clue from the 1st name?
Complete thread -- Oh, I get you, you're thinking E-G-A maybe.
Complete thread -- Could he be describing personality...like.. She is a grinning newborn?
Complete thread -- to do with, typo
Complete thread -- Also, perhaps .."She is a" is the beginning of the sentence and your s/l gee-an.
Complete thread -- last name Smith... I am thinking something to di with EGA?
Complete thread -- typo..Perhaps you can pinpoint an area based on the patient's names.
Complete thread -- The first word that came to mind just from your s/l was Aegean, but
Complete thread -- s/l age-ee-in (dis summary NSVD) (not asian)
Complete thread -- ??lecithin?? see link - is used for anxiety
Complete thread -- If that is the case, L-arginine sort of makes sense and would fit.
Complete thread -- I was wondering if the word goes with amino acid? without more info, tho, I have nothing
Complete thread -- Sorry - I thought that's what I heard but didn't post because I never heard of that before
Complete thread -- All I can think of that sounds like that is Lexiscan which is a test and really makes no
Complete thread -- Got it, 6-eye
Complete thread -- The 2nd is 3-way. I was not sure I heard line numbering and then 3-way came to mind.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- PVCs is my only guess
Complete thread -- Drug s/l lesican. TIA
Complete thread -- The patient's EKG is showing sinus rhythm with **BBCs* right bundle-branch block
Complete thread -- Yes, the 'sm' post below yours caught that.
Complete thread -- got it... saying K (meaning thousand) and mm3 which have to change cu mm
Complete thread -- unsure what he means
Complete thread -- ? can you hear "subtotal disease"
Complete thread -- I hear: started having this weakness (not stopped)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "unable to respond" (not "unable to smile")
Complete thread -- thank you so much. Reports like this make me feel like I am not cut out for this job :(
Complete thread -- I'll guess they'll just have to frown. Really, this guy is impossible!
Complete thread -- will have to send to QA, yes =/ employer greatly frowns on blanks :( but I cannot do more
Complete thread -- Honestly, OP, I think you've done more than enough. Can you
Complete thread -- been working on it for a very long time. Shocked I have not yet been "boo'd" by Qmanager
Complete thread -- I checked it, but can't understand much. No idea how OP got
Complete thread -- thank you so much! my report has over 20 blanks :(
Complete thread -- Would you check the thread below to see how we did with that?
Complete thread -- Glad you were here.
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't help much, best I can do is inside.
Complete thread -- It really doesn't sound like 'symptoms'...I'm going in circles!!
Complete thread -- could he be saying "prior to the symptoms?
Complete thread -- I am very thankful for your help! I am still trying to muddy my way through rest of report
Complete thread -- anything is possible =/ I am grasping at straws with this report
Complete thread -- That's all I can hear. Sry.
Complete thread -- no need to apologize... I am very appreciative of your help.
Complete thread -- see messsage
Complete thread -- says: that (changes his mind) for a few days prior to the _____
Complete thread -- I'm so sorry. And I'm just not good enough with this guy to be much help. I'm
Complete thread -- I am pulling my hair out at this point, ready to cry :( been working 12+ hours and have to
Complete thread -- instead of cancer... I think I hear "care for her and was subsequently given" ??
Complete thread -- Ty for ALL your suggestions! You've been very helpful to guide me through possibilities.
Complete thread -- #3 She ___ cancer, was subsequently...
Complete thread -- #3 She ___ cancer, was sub
Complete thread -- Sry. I have no other suggestion.
Complete thread -- updated partial report... I think I got some holes plugged, though not making sense
Complete thread -- #3 symptoms suffered the day prior. She ____?
Complete thread -- Sorry...guess I missed that. It clearly sounds like sack.
Complete thread -- continued audio from wav posted below, acct 354
Complete thread -- ignore the very first blank of being admitted on Sept 9... I left blank because ADT says
Complete thread -- On the thread where I say I do find google, in the message box,
Complete thread -- swiss cheese report, acct 354, :(
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions. I see the OM but not sure what "sack" would be before 2?
Complete thread -- Disregard- reposted it within the thread in order.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I do find some google hits calling it "obtuse marginal branch 2" ..could
Complete thread -- Also there are OM 1 and OM 2 branches
Complete thread -- Also there are OM 1 and OM 2 branches
Complete thread -- One possibility that comes to mind is that the
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound like stumbling, sounds like part of the word/phrase.
Complete thread -- Does the 'um' sound as if he is stumbling for a work, or really part of the s/l?
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, no. ESL if that helps at all.
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Cardiac cath... s/l un-um sack 2 disease in the circumflex system. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Me too. But glad you were able to add to the other 2 above. From
Complete thread -- Sorry I wasn't here to help!!
Complete thread -- The account actually is mine the "boss" said, but only and ONLY if I run out of work on my
Complete thread -- He had a previous stress test ____ stent to the LAD, but
Complete thread -- or if he wants to come back to do so. The patient, in the meantime, continues to
Complete thread -- monilial
Complete thread -- here's the link
Complete thread -- ?monilial dermatitis? see link
Complete thread -- s/l muh-nil-oh dermatitis. TIA!
Complete thread -- Way to go! I've been googling unsuccessfully.
Complete thread -- NM. Found it. Goold.
Complete thread -- Patient had s/l gooled evaluation and will be discharged to swing bed.
Complete thread -- flagging, thanks
Complete thread -- flagging, thanks
Complete thread -- next blanks same report
Complete thread -- next blank in same report
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Oops oidkec=Questyr
Complete thread -- #2 Says "Dr someone (first and last names, I think) with question"
Complete thread -- thank you :) still working on report and it looks like swiss cheese :(
Complete thread -- with a question of MI. I have no idea on the second blank.
Complete thread -- struggling and not sure what I do have, if it is correct (acct 354) :(
Complete thread -- Lactobacillus acidophilus and bulgaricus oral tablet, also known as /sm
Complete thread -- sorry... did not catch that final 0 in copy
Complete thread -- Please note that there is a 0 missing on 5,800,00.
Complete thread -- never mind - "the dorsal triquetrum" - bad ears today
Complete thread -- triquetrum fracture and radial styloid fracture, pls sm (s/l trake)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- copied from those pages in BOS2 within
Complete thread -- you would type it as just that, if he said "point" you would type as 12.5 thousand
Complete thread -- help needed. ...
Complete thread -- How to key in white blood cell count of _____ (dictated as 12.5 thousand)
Complete thread -- golly, thanks! Unfortunately I already sent it, but glad to know for next time how he says
Complete thread -- ...with sclerosis [period].
Complete thread -- flagging, thanks!
Complete thread -- some type of osis
Complete thread -- thanks so much :)
Complete thread -- He literally says "superficial femoral popliteal superficial
Complete thread -- this is acct 639, so if you ever get it, I can help you with it being you help me so much
Complete thread -- yes, she did...and a few others on this acct that are speed demons.
Complete thread -- cannot figure out what he says
Complete thread -- inserted is a good idea
Complete thread -- poi, the stent was inflated and deployed - not the artery.
Complete thread -- No. The subject of the sentence is the stent.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I'm so impressed. I always listen to these and I can never get what she is saying. I'm
Complete thread -- Yep, I think you're right, Q.
Complete thread -- I should add that I agree with superotemporally as those
Complete thread -- I think it is nasally, temporally, and inferiorly ...as they are
Complete thread -- sometimes the way docs phrase things makes me giggle
Complete thread -- I "think" she says: It is just a cold and it does not irritate her lungs
Complete thread -- not catching what she says
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- complete, silicone oil wa exchanged for the air ___
Complete thread -- complete, silicone oil was exchanged for the ____ silicone oil ....
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- in exchange for the _______ in silicone oil with the silicone oil
Complete thread -- superotemporally (not superior, temporally) nasally temporally and inferiorly (no commas
Complete thread -- macula
Complete thread -- annnd, I can't get the 1st 2 blanks. sry
Complete thread -- at the 3 and 9 o'clock positions (not 3, 9 and 5)
Complete thread -- 3rd is Four quadrants but not sure if it goes with teh sentence before or after
Complete thread -- last one is 2-0 silk tie
Complete thread -- extending through central _______ with a small retinal
Complete thread -- a few blanks
Complete thread -- I do not disagree with what you say...at best, he may
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I understand the process. The carotid artery would be
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Looks and sounds good to me.
Complete thread -- yeah, it wasn't the best link, concept is these same. Check out these.
Complete thread -- Link says for veterinary use only.
Complete thread -- no cap
Complete thread -- not sure, but think I here "drain" but also something following...
Complete thread -- Grenade
Complete thread -- Think I now hear "grenade"
Complete thread -- the carotid artery was inflated and deployed with a balloon?
Complete thread -- I cannot figure out what he is saying
Complete thread -- I only found 2 pages of hits with...balloon stent "inflated and
Complete thread -- ? inflated and deployed
Complete thread -- O anak...here's the link
Complete thread -- Here are some hits regarding whether to hyphenate
Complete thread -- yup! I think you did.
Complete thread -- think I finally got it: Her husband has been ill and has had symptoms for a week.
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- believe I got it... Shows no evidence of ecchymosis or edema.
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says
Complete thread -- Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- referring to ex-vacuo or ex vacuo
Complete thread -- I see dictionary hits with and without hyphen at OneLook, but
Complete thread -- ex vacuo ..see link, 6th hit
Complete thread -- brain CT: Moderate cerebral atrophy with s/l ex-vac-u ventricular dilatation. TIA!
Complete thread -- okay thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- oops s/b blood not bloos
Complete thread -- he says less than 100 cc, then changes his mind, says 50 to 100 cc
Complete thread -- literally says "bloos loss less than 100 cc (then corrects
Complete thread -- unsure what EBL is. Earlier clearly said 50, now says on WAV, s/l 100, then 1500 ?
Complete thread -- I feel like I'm in Baskin & Robbins without diabetes!
Complete thread -- Gosh I love the internet!
Complete thread -- Yes see link which also includes interesting pictures.
Complete thread -- Is temporal artery beading detectable on physcial exam or just imaging?
Complete thread -- this next link supports the final (t-tube) cholangiogram
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- #2 and #7 seem okay. He's doing an intraoperative
Complete thread -- giving rise to
Complete thread -- Blank. Also unsure about 2 and 7. We have to # list, #'s not dictatated
Complete thread -- I can just see the flying bonbons!!!...positive reinforcement ;)
Complete thread -- THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!Will send this to my fellow MTs in case he uses it again! :) nm
Complete thread -- Thank you all so very much!
Complete thread -- And here's the definition...see link
Complete thread -- ??pectoriloquy?? see link
Complete thread -- student PE-LUNGS: Egophony, bronchophony and silent sl(petrolilique) were negative nm
Complete thread -- See link. Click on the first hit, go to page 175.
Complete thread -- That is a judgment call based on the doctor, the client, and
Complete thread -- OK thank you!!
Complete thread -- yes it is acceptable, per BoS pg 175 - don't have time to copy it for you
Complete thread -- think s/b short- to medium-term strategy...see message
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- or get yourself a recliner too. I have a great setup with a small
Complete thread -- which will only be a short-to-medium-term strategy. - hyphenated right?
Complete thread -- just be sure to keep the bonbons within easy reach...
Complete thread -- I had pulled a muscle in my neck/shoulder once, so took the laptop to the couch and could
Complete thread -- Sry. This post belong to my post above.
Complete thread -- I'm guessing that was the time stamp
Complete thread -- Yes that is it, thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes that is it, thanks!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- kappa light chains?
Complete thread -- LOL, okay, thank you all so much for your help!
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l " kap-o-li-chains
Complete thread -- in terms of passing..
Complete thread -- after too many listens, I agree with gapjoj
Complete thread -- 2 sounds like "and says is" but I'm not sure. kinda has static in the sound file
Complete thread -- I think 1 is and midepigastric (although stuttering over it)
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- curious - what is 2.34 Vicryl? I have never seen that before.
Complete thread -- I left out commas. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Yes, she did. I caught that and corrected it. Thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- wav seems to have disappeared so can't listen again, but I think she did
Complete thread -- just noticed you left out spastic
Complete thread -- One last post to confirm the punctuation here, please:
Complete thread -- hate it when they dictate like that... some options
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch, poi.
Complete thread -- high origin OF the right radial artery. I also think she is saying 2 as in #2, though
Complete thread -- This is a "12 + 9 year old" meaning 12 years and 9 months of age, how to type? tia nm
Complete thread -- Does sentence sound correct? I have posted WAV file. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Agree. I wonder if #2 is meant. Will post wav.
Complete thread -- Thanks, chill. I had checked before reposting and thought post had been overlooked.
Complete thread -- can't hear it, but "too high origin" doesn't make sense "to me"
Complete thread -- check your first post, answered there
Complete thread -- NK = natural killer cells and CD56 antigen, dilute Russell's viper venom time (dRVVT)
Complete thread -- Should there be a comma between 'absolute NK and CD56?
Complete thread -- Got this one: dRVVT
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. See inside for other sentences if it makes sense, please
Complete thread -- no, right handed-footed. Having to work soon after knee replacement
Complete thread -- are you left-handed/footed? I'm a righty and have tried but never succeeded using L foot.
Complete thread -- basis?
Complete thread -- perhaps the fact that I am 5' 8" helps me to reach a foot pedal
Complete thread -- ... I meant s/l "segmental bases spastic occlusion. THanks
Complete thread -- Patent bilateral axillary and brachial arteries. Segmental s/l bases spastic oc
Complete thread -- Also, s/l: Negative D-R-V-D-P. Negative centromere. Thanks
Complete thread -- Absolute NK CD56 cells normal. Comma between NK and CD56?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Can also be done without the hyphen..relaid...I checked OneLook
Complete thread -- I also find they do it without the hyphen..relaid..see link
Complete thread -- s/b re-laid (not relayed) see link
Complete thread -- Ergonomics of sitting at a desk can help...see link...me and
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- sure I use a foot pedal. I transcribe in the upright sitting position, just
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I was curious about that too. How do you use the foot pedal?
Complete thread -- do you not use a foot pedal?
Complete thread -- I set my laptop on a incline unit with built in cooling fan
Complete thread -- I transcribe from my recliner on a laptop, cured my back and carpal tunnel at the
Complete thread -- Can anyone recommend to me any really good setup desk and chair they love?
Complete thread -- probably referring to supraspinatus/infraspinatus - spell out unless your acct likes slang
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sounds okay, meaning they used the Vicryl in a running suture.
Complete thread -- yes - TR jet velocity is given in meters per second (m/s), so you got it.
Complete thread -- fascia was then *run with* Vicryl from both
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yes, it sounds like dendritic. Thanks a bunch.
Complete thread -- I think it is "TR jet 2.4 m/s.
Complete thread -- Motor strength testing *supra and infra* appear to be 4+/5
Complete thread -- if you want to verify this, google C-arm II
Complete thread -- MD dictated N (or "M") slash S (or "F"? need to listen again).
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. Will relisten and check all your answers.
Complete thread -- #1 possibly "dendritic" cells based on s/l, but I've not researched it thoroughly.
Complete thread -- #3 - TR jet (tricuspid regurgitant jet) but not sure what your "2.4 N/S" means
Complete thread -- #2 is "upper limit of normal"
Complete thread -- she is talking about the findings on x-ray and the cause of the change
Complete thread -- Ok. Thanks. I wasn't sure if it made sense.
Complete thread -- Problems with several blood and other tests. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Yes, I hear "or". (it makes sense *to me*)
Complete thread -- sorry... poi's right, doesn't help, and I can't think of what it'd be.
Complete thread -- Severe hypoplasia s/l "or" prior surgery involving the trapezium...
Complete thread -- though I don't think this answer helps with your original blank
Complete thread -- image intensifier (II)
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- archives seems to indicate not
Complete thread -- in what context is he saying "eye-eye"? Maybe that will give us a hint.
Complete thread -- Do you capitalize doctors' specialties?
Complete thread -- I think it would be immature, basically meaning no left shift?
Complete thread -- No, he stresses it-Eye nd...and he's been saying s/l*Eye-eye" lately...
Complete thread -- dilated?
Complete thread -- was *I'nd* with a 5 mm x 2 cm balloon.
Complete thread -- or mature "uh" cells (not sure on immature or mature without hearing it though.
Complete thread -- maybe immature and the "ous" is blending in from "cells"
Complete thread -- Peripheral blood smear: s/l maturous? cells. Sm for information.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks!
Complete thread -- yikes
Complete thread -- ??chamber??
Complete thread -- right ventricular s/l jamba size TIA!
Complete thread -- It probably is but doc is not giving any 'D' sound at end. Ugh. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ??isolated??
Complete thread -- I understand your thot process. I HEARD 'common garden' and
Complete thread -- The patient has wear and tear s/l iso-lade just to carpometacarpal of her thumb. The
Complete thread -- Could he mean 'worst' in the sense that previous scores were better? If not,
Complete thread -- s/l "worst" T-score of...
Complete thread -- Q, I think you need to review those hits
Complete thread -- mmm...
Complete thread -- no wait...
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks!
Complete thread -- typo s/b technically
Complete thread -- Technicals, BoS says use a hyphen OR an en dash..I was just teasing!
Complete thread -- :D
Complete thread -- a vfib/arrest???
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- history of s/l uh-veet-ive arrest TIA!
Complete thread -- Ahh... good to know for next time. But... "wishy-washy-wise" - that's okay, isn't it?
Complete thread -- Ahh... good to know for next time. But... "wishy-washy-wise" - that's okay, isn't it?
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- wow, think I will do Q's snoopy dance on this one :)
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help
Complete thread -- Been there!
Complete thread -- Only BoS 2, page 94 says :
Complete thread -- I concur with you 100%...Thank you...I spent a while in the dictionary ...
Complete thread -- Yes! poi is correct - I said earlier it might be "index" but I hear "in-depth" now.
Complete thread -- Love the hyphen!
Complete thread -- you're being a little Charlie-Brownesque, Q...
Complete thread -- So if we 'translate' this..would then consider Spine Surgery to state opinion..it
Complete thread -- Disregard...not sure anymore
Complete thread -- Well now you've got me...I heard index, but now I'm not sure. So my
Complete thread -- typo - in-depth
Complete thread -- I hear 'index' and would feel comfortable using it.
Complete thread -- indepth?
Complete thread -- it does s/l she is saying "index"... but I'm not 100%
Complete thread -- When you want to describe something in relation to the
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- external? (usually what I hear there)
Complete thread -- I have no idea :( I thought he was saying "uh" thinking "a spine surgery opine" :(
Complete thread -- Tanner I female s/l eth-min-ole genitalia. TIA!
Complete thread -- Was thinking he was referring to Spine Surgery as a person (dept/physician)
Complete thread -- I posted wav. The MD is a hematologist. Could be 'index' labs, just not 100% sure. Thanks
Complete thread -- I hear "on" spine surgery opine. But I'm curious...
Complete thread -- personification
Complete thread -- I see no reason to cap spine surgery. Why do you think
Complete thread -- ??index??
Complete thread -- capping it, as I believe it is only thing that makes sense
Complete thread -- Pt. with rheumatoid arthritis. MD basically said his repeat "im-dess" labs have been
Complete thread -- Got it: Mild weakness at the L5 innervated musculature on the right.
Complete thread -- Does not make sense to me. Is "spine surgery" maybe capped, referring to person?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- ummm....what is the sentence? (not being bossy, just trying to help)
Complete thread -- you guys are all AMAZING! Thank you!
Complete thread -- okay!
Complete thread -- trapezius musculature
Complete thread -- Bingo. That's it. TY
Complete thread -- sicca
Complete thread -- do we need to keep on lookin'??? Or wha?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- and performance status.
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- sickle cell?
Complete thread -- Alzheimer's, dementia. Developmentally delayed.
Complete thread -- Scl-70 antibodies in blood. It is used to evaluate certain immune system disorders [1] [2]
Complete thread -- whoops. Scl-70. not 2 L's.
Complete thread -- Scll-70?
Complete thread -- what is patient being evaluated for? mebbe celiac?
Complete thread -- I'm coming up blank...I thot of "which was removed entirely (but
Complete thread -- Alk phos 142 and s/l sicla screen pending
Complete thread -- I sure hope WW comes back and gets this!
Complete thread -- I hear it now too... thought there was something between Weiss and ring
Complete thread -- yep, agree!
Complete thread -- good job, I hear that now too.
Complete thread -- some type of ferning ? weak ferning? goes with dry eye (no tears)
Complete thread -- I keep hearing "He had a classic Weiss ring and no tears that I could find."
Complete thread -- there is a Cryolife (sm) - not sure
Complete thread -- blanking. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- mmmebbe not... that doesn't get much google support actually
Complete thread -- Zocor or Zoton... Cannot tell which]
Complete thread -- It means usual, ordinary...see link
Complete thread -- Weiss-Vogt ring?? (that first word sounds like what he's saying, not sure about Vogt.
Complete thread -- aortic valve porcine s/l cryolite suture
Complete thread -- No idea myself...I hear "weish verning" ...
Complete thread -- not being ignored, I just have no idea what he is saying.
Complete thread -- tablets are relatively benign being Avapro, Betaloc, ___, allopurinol, aspirin and So
Complete thread -- whole tube? ...
Complete thread -- ovary and tube? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- heard o tube, started to say ovary and correcting to tube?
Complete thread -- ahhh, ok thank you all so much for your help!
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- should be there now
Complete thread -- common garden - you always hear common garden variety - it means the most often, most
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- biapical?
Complete thread -- what does that mean?
Complete thread -- While guarding is a symptom of gallstones, I don't think it
Complete thread -- mp3 doesn't match
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- help with oph
Complete thread -- All have is chest x-ray revealed *bipole* pleural thickening.
Complete thread -- I believe he's saying guarding
Complete thread -- To be safe, must know what is the sentence following your s/l.
Complete thread -- something about a dip stick? ...
Complete thread -- for common-garden etiology
Complete thread -- U R not really giving us much...one possibility 'bilateral'
Complete thread -- Colonoscopy. ESL doc says "tubulovillous polyp in the rectum which was s/l (sm)
Complete thread -- She will have an abdominal ultrasound to look for common ____ etiology
Complete thread -- See Merck link for nephrotic syndrome treatment
Complete thread -- s/l *bipole* pleural thickening?
Complete thread -- Me too. And I confirmed that Cozaar is used for treatment of it.
Complete thread -- nephrotic syndrome
Complete thread -- The patient has had _______ syndrome, high blood
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- odor or smell and he ____ he told me he only had urinary
Complete thread -- I'd just put the comma. If you use the / as a combo and it is not, that would be worse th
Complete thread -- no fullness, no rebound or guarding.
Complete thread -- no fullness, no _____ or guarding.
Complete thread -- well than you all for tyring! I really appreciate it!
Complete thread -- I also checked Austrialia abbreviation lists - zip.
Complete thread -- I considered something "array" also but found that same diddlysquat.
Complete thread -- I couldn't tell if he said VRE or BRE? Either way, I found diddlysquat.
Complete thread -- I thought he might have said "VRA" and got some hits...
Complete thread -- you come up with the toughest dilemmas, skeeter. I don't know the answer...
Complete thread -- but what is the three letter abbrev he says before the IgG?
Complete thread -- The IgG Test is available in three different versions:
Complete thread -- see link also
Complete thread -- IgG 93 foods Food Sensitivity Test - Not Crazy
Complete thread -- ditto here - I tried a few searches when you first posted with no luck.
Complete thread -- Sry OP, but I'm coming up with 'bupkus', 'nada', 'nothing'
Complete thread -- meds amphetamine dextromethorphan. Please SM tia
Complete thread -- I hear sooo many different accents, but no Australians (except on TV)
Complete thread -- you have an awesome ear memory! He is the same doc as that!
Complete thread -- I'm sure U R right. I remember her posting Australia b4. To OP: I'm
Complete thread -- This is same acct as the guy training for the Freycinet challenge, isn't it?
Complete thread -- Based on the dictator's accent, I'd say serious.
Complete thread -- cool! Thanks for the followup.
Complete thread -- Are you serious or pulling my leg?
Complete thread -- FYI, tho too late. You have a hyphen problem...see message
Complete thread -- Tasmania
Complete thread -- (this was from a question yesterday)
Complete thread -- What country is this?
Complete thread -- CP24 means Capsule Extended Release 24 hour (please see link inside)
Complete thread -- It is not often I order a ___ IgG 93 food test but we will do it in *** case
Complete thread -- That's it! thanks. nm
Complete thread -- but I didn't check the dose.
Complete thread -- maybe Pacerone but I didn
Complete thread -- "pass-around" 20 mg once daily. List of meds. Multiple problems. tia nm
Complete thread -- thanks for the followup
Complete thread -- Hey nm.7 - great find! I listened yest but couldn't even offer a guess.
Complete thread -- Actually no space between CP & 24: "A-dextro CP24 t.i.d." is how QA wrote it. :)
Complete thread -- Just for followup: QA wrote it as A-dextro CP 24. I wrote them an explanation of what...
Complete thread -- I had that.. kept thinking he was saying TB2
Complete thread -- 82
Complete thread -- wav files.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- agree with angst
Complete thread -- angst
Complete thread -- s/l "anks"
Complete thread -- Sending on. Thanks for trying. I thought I heard Newton but all I could come up
Complete thread -- I tried - can't come up with anything!
Complete thread -- Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- "tree" is okay - refers to branching pattern of veins
Complete thread -- thank you. My thought too, he just seemed to be putting another
Complete thread -- Venous reflux studies to see the residual venous "tree." pt. with varicose veins. nm
Complete thread -- wav file, this is Concord, New Hampshire. Thank heavens Thursday is my Friday!
Complete thread -- untoward
Complete thread -- He has stopped using his Flovent and ProAir and is on lisinopril without any ___
Complete thread -- yeah, new term for me too. I actually learned a lot today from him misspelling it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ahh. I see that now. "Warfarin ridge or Coumadin ridge is a term referring to the atrial
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- I am finding hits for Power Tower - not sure if that is capped, you might start there
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- no, not Coumadin bridge (I know what that is) - definitely "Coumadin ridge". Thanks, tho.
Complete thread -- lamina appropriately and
Complete thread -- Those were my 2 words... I think appropriately fits the context because
Complete thread -- lamina propria (or...SM)
Complete thread -- s/l *Tower* applicator
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I have 2 words I am dithering between
Complete thread -- I'd bet he means that the patient had a Coumadin 'bridge' not ridge. very
Complete thread -- thanks it
Complete thread -- 5% *partial* prostate
Complete thread -- I'm still hearing old wav, but I'd guess "extracorporeal" for your blank. (ESWL)
Complete thread -- Weird. Cardiologist says what s/l "Coumadin ridge" then spells it "k-o-m-i-d-a-n".
Complete thread -- observation, ureteroscopy, ________ shock wave lithotripsy,
Complete thread -- signed off, thanks, I have learnt new word today.
Complete thread -- could it be right heart strain?
Complete thread -- Large tumor burden in the right lung withs/l right archstrain? tx
Complete thread -- core decompression per Stedmans
Complete thread -- Left shoulder arthroscopic-assisted and fluoroscopically-assisted *cor ...
Complete thread -- got it, mean corpuscular volume. Brain freeze
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ??platelet??
Complete thread -- s/l poe-ay-toe count is 231. TIA!
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- No, but lots of black and blue ;-)
Complete thread -- Yeah, nothing is black and white in this business, is it?
Complete thread -- I understand your opinion....one reason I checked google was
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, there are only 3 pages of results when phrase is put in quotes (see inside)
Complete thread -- But passive hyperdorsiflexion makes sense.
Complete thread -- same here ...
Complete thread -- unable to verify on google - No results found for "Hyper passive dorsiflexion"
Complete thread -- hyper passive dorsiflexion - is that right?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- 1st link shows they can also test using warm and cool touch..so
Complete thread -- Vibration and s/l cool were intact in upper extremities. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you. Most helpful.
Complete thread -- I would not hyphenate...see link
Complete thread -- Whiteside’s Line and transepicondylar axis
Complete thread -- My first thought is to say no hyphens, but I'm going to research
Complete thread -- medium to heavy physical demand level - hyphens needed here?
Complete thread -- psoriatic? (sm)
Complete thread -- ??Wonder if you are hearing pholcid ...see link ??
Complete thread -- glad my guess helped :)
Complete thread -- Thanks :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Oops. I mean Pre Anesthesia Evaluation Services
Complete thread -- That sounds more likely! I Googled and got PAES Pre-anesthesia services.
Complete thread -- I am not finding Jackson, so would not use ISO...I'll keep
Complete thread -- pre-anesthesia evaluation (PEA visit) never heard of PEA before, so would have to verify
Complete thread -- I had to flag..Thank you for your help, Questyr
Complete thread -- No, sounds very clearly like peace, but thanks
Complete thread -- preop visit?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Already sent blank, but professional curiosity. Preop visit, s/l "peace" visit
Complete thread -- The ISO (all caps) may be this...see link..Still trying to
Complete thread -- some type of lesion
Complete thread -- femur and cross-checked with Whiteside sl*Jackson-iso*epicondylar axis.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- ?Amphojel?
Complete thread -- From what I am finding the symbol/word (+/positive) is
Complete thread -- unsure of med he says
Complete thread -- oops, meant to go under the CD138 post LOL! found with and without hyphen so was unsure
Complete thread -- :) okay... I was finding that with and without hyphen as well. this is all new lingo to
Complete thread -- :) okay... I was finding that with and without hyphen as well. this is all new lingo to
Complete thread -- I think the rest sounds okay, but this is not my forte.
Complete thread -- That has to be it! I saved the report and the word for next time. I asked QA
Complete thread -- From googling I am finding it written CD138+ plasma cells or
Complete thread -- I didn't even think to look in AAMT for that. Thanks! I see now on BOS2, p. 89 as well
Complete thread -- BoS 3 shows s/b 46,XX
Complete thread -- thank you so much guys! does rest of that look correct? was getting discrepancy on 46XX
Complete thread -- what I heard too -agree
Complete thread -- atmospheres maybe?? (see link)
Complete thread -- that was what I thought I heard also
Complete thread -- ??hyperploidy?? see link
Complete thread -- not my normal acct, and no experience in this terminology and google no luck :(
Complete thread -- doc is referring to application of cream, so she must mean 100,000 units/g. nm
Complete thread -- thank you. I could not hear writing before... but now I do thanks to your help :)
Complete thread -- ...is not available to me in writing? (meaning he doesn't have the official report)
Complete thread -- ? bougienage catheter
Complete thread -- Nystatin "1000" units to the abdominal folds daily? clearly said. tia nm
Complete thread -- I think you're showing it incorrectly. Think it should be...
Complete thread -- never mind. Too many blanks to pursue this one. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- Deployed at 20 s/l screws (aortic valve prosthesis placement).
Complete thread -- makes sense...thanks, lb
Complete thread -- I do, since it is like saying Ms. Smith or Dr. Smith.
Complete thread -- I can google a lot of things, does not mean it fits in your context. But it's your
Complete thread -- when dictated, "nurse practioner Smith" (just the last name) do you cap N&P?
Complete thread -- I thought of bougie too
Complete thread -- sure can't document notch in any way. Will flag. Thanks
Complete thread -- I think it is bougie and sort of think notch
Complete thread -- hmmm.. I can hear it, but darned if I know what he's saying. sounds like a 'french word'
Complete thread -- Going with "than," as it just makes more sense. Hope I'm not wrong. nm
Complete thread -- hmm... what a dilemma. I see how it could mean either way.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking than because I see studies online comparing the two methods.
Complete thread -- No. I'm not sure now.
Complete thread -- sorry, surgery for Zenker's diverticulum
Complete thread -- then (as in next)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- wav file, there are too many syllables for what I think it is.
Complete thread -- "then" or "than". Please see msg for full context. tia nm
Complete thread -- French assistant in administration ...
Complete thread -- Googled info on tendon and bone marrow signal
Complete thread -- ...as of yesterday... That may be it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- something assistant
Complete thread -- She works as a French _____
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought there might be another word. I hope I did not post over the other person
Complete thread -- of yesterday?
Complete thread -- Yep, Hospital course: 1. Atrial fib....as mentioned above ...
Complete thread -- It should be there now. I forgot I can't seem to add with Chrome
Complete thread -- still hear the creatinine wav?
Complete thread -- ....this has improved with creatinine ______ 1.2.... Different area in report now.
Complete thread -- patient has repeat creatinine equal to 1.2 and she has followup
Complete thread -- wav file, this is just a heading - I hear Hospital and maybe course?
Complete thread -- a tendon of bone marrow signal??? Seriously? Did you see the meaning of tendril
Complete thread -- Thank you. I have posted another WAV. See sentence:
Complete thread -- thats what I hear too - doesnt look sound file matches what OP was asking?
Complete thread -- and she has followup - and that is the end. Is there more?
Complete thread -- no, but now wondering if he is just saying tendon (thanks to you)
Complete thread -- tendril of ?
Complete thread -- chronic renal disease, pt has repeat creatinine equal to 1.2
Complete thread -- I reposted. Can you listen
Complete thread -- I reposted. THanks
Complete thread -- (nothing on the wav file) ?stumbling over assay
Complete thread -- I dont hear much on the wav other than a bit of static?
Complete thread -- s/l tindrum/tanderim sm for context (ESL doc)
Complete thread -- Another iffy area related to creatinine. I post wav this time. Thanks.
Complete thread -- This is a poor s/l but is the best I can do. Thanks
Complete thread -- Wonder if it might have been 'minor durotomy repaired'? Sometimes
Complete thread -- Flagged it. Thanks a lot for all of your input.
Complete thread -- That's what I was wondering also. I wonder if I should flag. Rest of the report only
Complete thread -- I hear MTB too.
Complete thread -- I hear MTB, wonder if she meant to say MTP
Complete thread -- s/l NTB to me?? no clue.
Complete thread -- I had to look up exactly what a drug formulary is. That makes sense. Thanks to everyone!
Complete thread -- this reminds of question the other day with OxyContin T12A
Complete thread -- Should be there now. I personally am unable to hear my own wav files. Not sure why though.
Complete thread -- no wav?
Complete thread -- wonder if the cp24 has to do with a drug formulary?
Complete thread -- Cann
Complete thread -- I see one reference with Adderall XR CP24...Adderall is amphetamine/dextroamphetamine...
Complete thread -- I keep seeing Effexor cp24 but have NO clue what the cp24 is?
Complete thread -- I was gonna guess Neudexta but that dose is 20-10 ?
Complete thread -- He is in for an ortho visit, the drugs are unrelated, but drug list...please see message:
Complete thread -- what are his diagnoses? what is full sentence/surrounding words dictated.
Complete thread -- actually is saying s/l "A-dextro CP 24" thanks!
Complete thread -- 50-year-old male with lots of psych meds, one drug s/l "A-dextro 24." Any ideas?
Complete thread -- I do address the dictionary statement within my post to you, it is
Complete thread -- I note the link does not work, but it takes you to the
Complete thread -- The 1st article was from the Journal of Hepatology in 2001. This next
Complete thread -- That sure was it! Thanks. I was on the wrong track with my listening skills.
Complete thread -- I was going to be so impressed with myself for gettign pyoderma gangrenosum out of that,
Complete thread -- pyoderma gangrenosum.
Complete thread -- Progression of s/l hia-derma-deen rhinosum on Humira.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- diluent
Complete thread -- s/l DIL-ee-uh-lint ??
Complete thread -- Qsymia (Kyoo sim ee' uh) phentermine and topiramate extended-release for weight loss
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU both so much! This was great help!!
Complete thread -- natatory?
Complete thread -- PK™ dissector
Complete thread -- A PK is a coagulator used in hysterectomy, so I guess that works its way in there somehow
Complete thread -- I think we're making up a word here...
Complete thread -- Dupuytren's disease
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Need a little help, op note. s/l cross PK'd? and divided. SM for context.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- I hear "She is supposed to (thank you very much) and then followup with me...
Complete thread -- awesome - thanks!
Complete thread -- fill-in pattern? See links
Complete thread -- filling pattern?
Complete thread -- is this correct?
Complete thread -- more info...
Complete thread -- "pill and pattern" for proliferative diabetic retinopathy.
Complete thread -- that is not in injection form tho. naltrexone does come in an injection if it is for
Complete thread -- Suboxone maintenance?
Complete thread -- total guess of Suboxone... but you need to verify
Complete thread -- sorry have another ? on this... *Cebaxolone* was stopped and patient was offered to be tak
Complete thread -- verifying I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- Used to be on*Cebaxolone* maintenance
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That sounds right. Thanks!
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Really? I am so impressed. I listened to that 30 times and never heard that. Thanks. That
Complete thread -- manicure (those tiny ones)
Complete thread -- agree, he's saying 500
Complete thread -- Tylenol 500 mg
Complete thread -- wav file, just double checking. Have you have of that in that dose?
Complete thread -- It sounds more like matinger or manager.
Complete thread -- Metzenbaum?
Complete thread -- urethral bleeding?
Complete thread -- check out this article regarding LVAD and destination therapy (DT)
Complete thread -- BPH and obstruction and who was treated for *refill*bleeding a few years ago.
Complete thread -- s/l Matinger scissors
Complete thread -- ? toggling
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- uterosacral
Complete thread -- g a p j o j got another one :(
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- retracted downward -
Complete thread -- Sounds right, but would it be leaves instead of leaf (since there are 2?)
Complete thread -- g a p j o j is this correct? trying to use past jobs to build this report
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- instrumentation and fusion
Complete thread -- with instrument *confusion* repair of incidental durotomies
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- yeah put a comma as no "and"
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :) I really am happy to have you :)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- i wish i could spell that word LOL
Complete thread -- I dont hear anything after general, goes onto anesthesthesiologist.
Complete thread -- oops - russell dorado
Complete thread -- aanrussell dorado md is teh anesthesiologist. cant get the anesthesia part.
Complete thread -- she says "general" then not sure if just following with "period" or if says something else
Complete thread -- g a p j o j u here? cannot catch type of anesthesia or anesthesiologist's name.
Complete thread -- can't think of a verb like that that be something to do with a cord.
Complete thread -- index usually means first and bedrest = 1 wd
Complete thread -- something durotomy repair.
Complete thread -- patient underwent the *index* surgery and was kept
Complete thread -- but then it'd be PCA *and* Foley - cuz they are not related.
Complete thread -- methinks the poster meant possessive, not plural.
Complete thread -- Got it
Complete thread -- Drains in place and *PC8* Foley.
Complete thread -- He had severe spinal stenosis with an L2-3 *liner derotomy* repaired.
Complete thread -- Anyone familiar with these verbs? Any other ideas? Thanks!
Complete thread -- plurals usually don't require an apostrophe?
Complete thread -- curettings of the endocervix...
Complete thread -- pathology from the small-bowel resection was without cancer but the s/l cure tined
Complete thread -- Most nouns make their plurals by simply adding –s to the end (e.g. cat/cats, book/books, j
Complete thread -- Left ventricular assistive device implantation.
Complete thread -- see msg/link
Complete thread -- Holy moly!
Complete thread -- to make a name that ends in z plural, do I just had ' like this z' or z's?
Complete thread -- The article may define it, but I cannot find a dictionary that defines it that way.
Complete thread -- heloma molle
Complete thread -- hammertoe with s/l "helamamoli". Dr. states lesion was debrided.
Complete thread -- awesome. You really help out here
Complete thread -- And that I KNOW how hard you guys work!
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Which means she has more experience than most of the QAs out there
Complete thread -- No. I was an independent MT, now retired.
Complete thread -- Quest, just a question out of curiosity. Are you a QA?
Complete thread -- Thanks Q and POI
Complete thread -- Then I think poi's suggestion might be correct...see link
Complete thread -- I am going to send it through to QA with s/l stint as this may fit context
Complete thread -- Yes I am saying it s/l stant or s/l stent.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying 'scant' ?...I do see in hits where they
Complete thread -- So U R saying that the word 'or' is NOT part of your 2 sounds like?
Complete thread -- R U thinking of 'stint' ...problem is that doesn't sound quite
Complete thread -- it seems like he is saying stand.. And yes stent is part of s/l. Took two guesses
Complete thread -- Tysm for your assistance Q. I'm at a loss on this one. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- I find there is a medication with is a combination of rifampin and
Complete thread -- standard? (is stent part of your s/l?)
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- Uncle :(
Complete thread -- U mean this article on hepatitis C which not only uses the
Complete thread -- OK. I'll look some more.
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestion, but very clear "f" sound at beginning.
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- ??meatotomy??
Complete thread -- found this: (sm)
Complete thread -- O my!...that makes perfect sense!
Complete thread -- nasal s/l fay-tot-oh-me TIA!
Complete thread -- IM?
Complete thread -- I'll appreciate that...it's driving me crazy!
Complete thread -- I sent to QA... I'll post if they get it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I've been waiting for U to come back and tell me I was,
Complete thread -- I've been looking, but I'm coming up empty so far.
Complete thread -- A vise can hold things and can be tightened. Pain is sometimes
Complete thread -- Spelled 'vise'
Complete thread -- Patient had chest tightness like a (vice) s/l around her chest.
Complete thread -- Right knee surgery. X-rays "The s/k Ki-am apparatus in the femur can be seen."
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- Ty! Do midwives operate? This "doctor" was in the OR.
Complete thread -- Better link to Agnes...see link
Complete thread -- Agnes Densmore CNM (midwifery) Hanover Maine ...see link
Complete thread -- Checked link..U will have to enter...intercalating infections to
Complete thread -- looking for an ob doc s/l Denz-more in Maine. TIA!
Complete thread -- Here's a better one..uses phrase intercalating infections..if
Complete thread -- incubating infection?
Complete thread -- I have to agree it doesn't make sense. The link is for intercalating agents
Complete thread -- fenofibrate, tamsulosin, _________ for sleeplessness.
Complete thread -- yeah its maturate. Thanks
Complete thread -- ??maturate?? see link
Complete thread -- Here's link
Complete thread -- Somehow link didn't work...trying again.
Complete thread -- Heard as s/l "modurate" the ostomy.
Complete thread -- I don't get chronic versus "to insert between adjacent surfaces or structures."
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- I should have said I was adding the "at all" per Bos
Complete thread -- As poi pointed out, no hyphen...(at all)...see BoS explanation
Complete thread -- see link...seems it is okay
Complete thread -- Wrong link. Trying again.
Complete thread -- Based on s/l I found intercalate (so intercalating)..see link for
Complete thread -- chronic versus w/l in-ter-cuh-late-ing infection TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks for looking. might have been pneumonia but that is now how ESL ...
Complete thread -- only that they were in a medically-induced coma for 3 weeks ...
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- I would not use a hyphen after nearly
Complete thread -- something "emia"... so many. Any more info?
Complete thread -- pitting edema?
Complete thread -- icu
Complete thread -- This is a 69-year-old female who has been having a nearly-10-year hist ...
Complete thread -- that is it! Wish I could have heard that when I had the report. You got it! good ear!
Complete thread -- actually, I think he's correcting himself with the "now," wants it to go with
Complete thread -- #1. Her mom has recently had cancer and now is on comfort care. ?
Complete thread -- can't hear that either. I am thankful for all the help I can get! :) No need for apology!
Complete thread -- sorry I wasn't more help. I though he might have said "I saw originally, has cancer"...
Complete thread -- gonna flag it :)
Complete thread -- I am unable to hear that. :( it almost s/l her mom is virtually cans right now :(
Complete thread -- ridden? with cancer right now; is on comfort care
Complete thread -- thanks for trying! :) I have no idea either
Complete thread -- _______ cancer. Can't get the first word.
Complete thread -- still unsure about blank #1, WAV. Also caught a mistake I made, itchy, not itching :)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- nevermind blank #2: says: Also, for her diabetes, she did have a check the other day.
Complete thread -- blank #2 is MP3
Complete thread -- failed to read all of your post (about arch support),
Complete thread -- There appears to be a brand of ketorolac called Ketolex but evidently Australian or
Complete thread -- blank 1
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ulceration due to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory
Complete thread -- GI ulceration and _____ anti-inflammatory drugs, the possibility
Complete thread -- This resulted in _____ - there is a bellin this recording but can anyone hear whatsa
Complete thread -- s/l...ke-toe-lex...sm
Complete thread -- something about an update
Complete thread -- He does that. He slurs everything and then makes statements that make you think you are
Complete thread -- I was just coming to suggest that... glad you got it.
Complete thread -- adrenarche. Duh. I feel silly. nm
Complete thread -- I guess we are both bored this afternoon.
Complete thread -- drawing a blank. Medical term for early menarche "endrarche". TIA nm
Complete thread -- If able, post a wav or MP3 so helpers can take a listen. sm
Complete thread -- I hear it like you have it, but what the heck is "chest lung"?
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. I have another spot that is confusing. Will send to QA.
Complete thread -- I can, if I want to. :)
Complete thread -- Slowed him way down, I am hearing "small at the apex" but not sure about rest of ? Thanks
Complete thread -- MP3 - Does this seem correct as written?
Complete thread -- you care enough to keep posting, though, don't ya?
Complete thread -- s/l Heart is multiapex as 2 at the base?
Complete thread -- thanks for saying what I was thinking lol
Complete thread -- Like I care what you think about it.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- the original post had those two options of hyphen vs. slash. Your post added nothing.
Complete thread -- As he is specifically talking about the C1 location, I would think singular.
Complete thread -- OMG 18 seconds. How criminal.
Complete thread -- but plural metastases (location has spread)
Complete thread -- Uncle! :'(
Complete thread -- However, MT911.com shows Castaway leg brace. (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanx 'o'
Complete thread -- that info was already given, OP already decided before you posted.
Complete thread -- This Meditec Podiatry list (see link) also shows no cap.
Complete thread -- Me too..
Complete thread -- Then would agree with nm below.
Complete thread -- scrolling far down is castaway orthotic (I note without cap)
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- He says the word...
Complete thread -- Also, just as an aside, be careful as 't' and 'c' are close sounds..and
Complete thread -- Does he spell individual letters or say the sound "met" ?
Complete thread -- vertebral body metastasis (met is slang for metastasis)
Complete thread -- found this in the archives ..see link
Complete thread -- Metastatic rectal cancer...ESL
Complete thread -- From what I am finding on googling, acid is not describing
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I was only looking for input on 8/2 mg or 8-2 mg. Yes, pt. on Suboxone. nm
Complete thread -- link - found a few reliable hits on here
Complete thread -- Found it, Castaway. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Cast away boot. Castaway. It's a fracture boot, but I can't really document it.
Complete thread -- showed doses and some use a - and some use a /, so the OP could pick what
Complete thread -- Sorry, I tried. What is the report about? Maybe that would give a clue.
Complete thread -- and nobody asked for more info on Suboxone...
Complete thread -- written correctly? "(?acid-volume reflux-type symptoms)"
Complete thread -- yea but OP wanted to know how to write it, either 8-2 or 8/2.
Complete thread -- Thanks mho and Questyr.
Complete thread -- As U show it, but I would also put comma after major JMO
Complete thread -- T-score -2.7, and FRAX of 3% major and hip FRAX of
Complete thread -- I will review him at that time and get back to you ___
Complete thread -- SUBOXONE (buprenorphine and naloxone) sublingual film is an orange film, imprinted with a
Complete thread -- Thanks. Doc never mentions naloxone. Verbatim, so I'm going with 8/2 mg. nm
Complete thread -- sounds like a Suboxone dose... sm
Complete thread -- substance abuse dependence: buprenorphine 8/2 mg sublingually or 8-2 mg? nm tia
Complete thread -- Pls. let me know if this looks correct. Thanks
Complete thread -- this is such a fun report -- not :( him and his SVA inhalers too :?
Complete thread -- okay, thanks guys!
Complete thread -- yeah, I'd blank too cuz it should be HFA and he's not saying that.
Complete thread -- either he is or we are - I heard inhalers too.
Complete thread -- makes no sense, but to me it s/l...
Complete thread -- plus his inhalers? is he lost?
Complete thread -- I hear SPA so obviously he is incorrect and I'd have to blank/flag it
Complete thread -- something inhalers?
Complete thread -- yea, sounds like SVA ? no clue where he got that from.
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- not hearing HFA and not sure what to put
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Sry..didn't notice there was a WAV
Complete thread -- ??on whom we are waiting for their opinion??
Complete thread -- I never think you are being critical. I find it amazing that 1 little thing can
Complete thread -- he does say "who..." but changes to (I think) "I am waiting now for their opinion..."
Complete thread -- Better than me...all I heard was 'itis' ...only posted how I
Complete thread -- surgical clinic, (?who we are waiting on for their opinion before deciding whether or
Complete thread -- I did Google everything but the word differential - that made the difference.
Complete thread -- I thought he said flatus actually..
Complete thread -- I found it by googling....(see messsage)
Complete thread -- That is perfect for symptoms and a new one on me. It is not in my expander at all. Thanks
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- typhlitis
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The 2nd one may be the verbalization of some Workers
Complete thread -- ??left shoulder injury??
Complete thread -- Is it slurry? s/l dictator is slurring should(er surg)ery. No clue on your other one.
Complete thread -- -
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- Status post left *shouldery* with resolution of symptoms
Complete thread -- I think it's okay - like the spasm is localized to that area, not diffuse or widespread.
Complete thread -- There is *local* spasm in the right trapezius.
Complete thread -- :) thanks!
Complete thread -- I think so too.
Complete thread -- Don't be sorry... I was just messin with ya.
Complete thread -- Think he says "tone and strength" :)
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- I failed to refresh before posting. So sorry.
Complete thread -- eye surgery?
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- I don't know when (or why) either, but I am just the right age.
Complete thread -- ok I see that. wonder when they changed it? when I worked there, it was administration
Complete thread -- thank you, got it :)
Complete thread -- ya think?
Complete thread -- I believe he's saying subsidence of the stem
Complete thread -- :) thanks!
Complete thread -- yep- beat me to it by a few seconds.
Complete thread -- no, that's similar to sustenance... but how about "subsidence"?
Complete thread -- think I found it... subsidence
Complete thread -- does "subsistence" make sense?
Complete thread -- that is what I thought I heard also, but it did not make sense to me either
Complete thread -- agree with no comma after enterococci, also no "a" between history and vanco...
Complete thread -- s/l "sustenance" but that doesn't make any sense to me.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ahhhh good catch
Complete thread -- no comma after enterococci (reason for the UTIs) and almost sounds like renal something
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- pressure sores (heard it after 4 listens)
Complete thread -- got it, TCOM
Complete thread -- s/l T com
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wow. ertanercept (Enbrel) for ranicep? or Aricept? no clue on the others either.
Complete thread -- of a vancomycin-resistant enterococci, UTIs, _____
Complete thread -- Synthroid, *Pulmitin*, Protonix, ... Tylenol, *provendin*, Lipitor, vitamin B, *ranic
Complete thread -- Cool!
Complete thread -- That was my post. You can post now. I am done.
Complete thread -- Now that I listened to it again for the 100th time, I got it "alternatives" Thanks!
Complete thread -- ok, its louder this time & it sorta sounds like that but i'm not 100% sure.
Complete thread -- she is tough. I want to say I hear her say pros and cons, presented and were discussed?
Complete thread -- I posted one last time. Thanks.
Complete thread -- volume is so low and her voice is so soft, I can't even hear what you did get so far.
Complete thread -- ESL dictator + wav
Complete thread -- I don't see any unanswered wav below my post.
Complete thread -- ESL dictator. Thanks
Complete thread -- a gram twice a day
Complete thread -- You posted over another wave not yet answered.
Complete thread -- Excuse me. I am still waiting for an answer. I will post over your wav. Thanks
Complete thread -- Add Carafate _____ twice a day with
Complete thread -- Wave is not an ESL and not your wav?
Complete thread -- the maximum _____.
Complete thread -- Got it. It is milking of the fluid in the knee. Thanks
Complete thread -- We thoroughly "milked" the posterior aspect of the knee.
Complete thread -- ESL dictator
Complete thread -- ok duh
Complete thread -- yes, meaning her cervix was closed at the time- later it was dilated to 1 cm.
Complete thread -- I admit that I do tend to judge providers by their dictation...
Complete thread -- found to be breech presentation. She was *closed* in the office initially,
Complete thread -- Do you think that if a provider is really careless with their dictation that they s.m
Complete thread -- so you're saying the patient's condition is actually a padded seat cushion?
Complete thread -- I thought it was Veterans Affairs nowadays?
Complete thread -- agree additives
Complete thread -- redundant - since VA is Veterans Administration (IMO)
Complete thread -- I hear "additives
Complete thread -- Allergies: Seasonal and sensitivity to the taste ____(0:04:55.2) in li ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- parietal
Complete thread -- He has had no problems with this at home and says that doctor biopsied ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- In future always tell us what study is being done..makes searching easier
Complete thread -- maybe coil
Complete thread -- ?? coil ?? see link
Complete thread -- is this an mri?
Complete thread -- coll
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. :-) ...
Complete thread -- ??pitted scars?? see link
Complete thread -- She has been left with saucer-shaped and *pivot* scars in the cheeks a ...
Complete thread -- I would think VA administration since it is not the exact title.
Complete thread -- VA administration or VA Administration?
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- Feosol
Complete thread -- omeprazole, atropine diphenoxylate, alprazolam, Flonase, _________, vitamin B
Complete thread -- Just now returned. Not sure how to explain it better. Click the link see picturesa b
Complete thread -- I had a rude awakening yesterday when I found mine did accept "ane"...
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- No, just as you show.
Complete thread -- Spell checker does not accept q.p.m. and q.a.m. So, is there a space between the q. ?
Complete thread -- Why are you stopping at page 10? Keep going.
Complete thread -- The tuberosity of the ischium or ischial tuberosity, also known at the sitz bone...
Complete thread -- U mean bursitis from using the seat cushion??
Complete thread -- I guess it is some device to use to keep pressure off this area (pain)
Complete thread -- s/l jowl may be Jowell retractor sm
Complete thread -- trouble cell = troublesome adenopathy makes sense to me
Complete thread -- Forgot to put sentence but it doesn't tell you much..
Complete thread -- thyroidectomy, s/l "jowl" retractor sm plse
Complete thread -- it's still 87,700 for me
Complete thread -- addendum: globus abdomen is reason could not palpate etc
Complete thread -- agree, short speaking (no evidence on palpation) meaning but not said
Complete thread -- "ischial seat" bursitis?
Complete thread -- there is a handheld, beside chemistry(blood) analyzer called i-Stat
Complete thread -- SM and
Complete thread -- cap what comes prior to TM or R symbol sm
Complete thread -- I'm not sure, but their page has it as Double Velour (no hyphen but capitalized)
Complete thread -- I hear ya... just clocked out after a pretty crappy day productivity-wise.
Complete thread -- I thought so, thanks o. Glad it's near quitting time.
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure you're right - cc.
Complete thread -- measuring testicular volume, cc not mL, right (not measuring fluid, right?)
Complete thread -- ahh, nvm... done with the surgery and I'm leaving as is.
Complete thread -- how to render "Hemashield Platinum woven double velour vascular graft"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I agree, was just throwing it out there.
Complete thread -- Theo-24 200 mg. see RxList
Complete thread -- OP would need to respond to your question because we
Complete thread -- I wonder if MD means: Spiriva 24 tablets at 200 mg?
Complete thread -- Thank you! I thought it sounded something like adenomatous cyst.
Complete thread -- if this patient is being treated for spontaneous AB with D&C, and
Complete thread -- yes, meaning check a calcium level daily.
Complete thread -- no kind of cyst... it's adenomyosis
Complete thread -- Daily *calcium* and renal function.
Complete thread -- I agree. Will use 'with'.
Complete thread -- In that case 'and' or 'followed by' would work too.
Complete thread -- What kind of cyst? Thanks
Complete thread -- I thought that was what was meant. So perhaps I should edit?
Complete thread -- No such thing following. Thanks
Complete thread -- OP even offered alternative of 'with' which would work. Sry OP
Complete thread -- Good question...spontaneous would be saying first had
Complete thread -- Yes, this does sound right...
Complete thread -- can you hear followed by?
Complete thread -- does the word spontaneous fit in that though?
Complete thread -- you said DAT already... but DAT doesn't answer my question.
Complete thread -- Last night it was 84 for me. Now it's 171. (see image)
Complete thread -- Wonder if it is DAT CBC standing for direct access testing (see link)
Complete thread -- Okay. Thanks. I will ignore the s/l 'v' dictated (perhaps a stumble?) also. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- ?? could 'v'=view??
Complete thread -- It sounds like the patient had an abortion (AB) performed by
Complete thread -- Been there b4!
Complete thread -- Another question: Dictated: Pt had a spontaneous AB "by" D&C. Should it not be "with" D&C
Complete thread -- posterior s/l "v" uterine wall.
Complete thread -- This ended up being ME case as suggested above.
Complete thread -- She's not stumbling now that I know what she is saying!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks. His reports are generally confusing.. I like to check.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- I would feel comfortable giving him both sentences. Like U,I did
Complete thread -- That makes sense..giving letters M-E with the K sound=case! Glad
Complete thread -- MP3 file, is this what he is saying or is he changing his mind?
Complete thread -- It is ME case.
Complete thread -- sounds like DAT
Complete thread -- I really believe that is what she is saying. Accidental falls are reason for ME cases.
Complete thread -- ?Power symmetrical 4 extremities?
Complete thread -- I think U R right to flag...because "an Medicaid" (as in your post) would
Complete thread -- and does DAT rhyme with cat? or letters, dee-ay-tee?
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi!
Complete thread -- Hmmm....very well could be, but I have to flag. Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- Autopsies are not covered under Medicare, Medicaid or most insurance plans
Complete thread -- could it be medical examiner "case"? (not K), as death was accidental
Complete thread -- Sigh...she is stumbling, so I can't be 100% sure. Flagging.
Complete thread -- MEK/NEK I think is Medicaid...they do not pay for autopsies. Sound right?
Complete thread -- Oh, I think it's Medicaid!!! Medicaid doesn't cover autopsies!
Complete thread -- Sorry I'm late...Tennessee
Complete thread -- sounds like...
Complete thread -- sometimes bb's humor is a little too subtle for me...
Complete thread -- stat?
Complete thread -- THANK you! :)
Complete thread -- ESL - This time labs...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- This must be...
Complete thread -- bilberry?
Complete thread -- ooohh - yeah! If you Google "troublesome LYMPHadenopathy" you gets lots of hits!(well, 70)
Complete thread -- yeah, thanks
Complete thread -- help with eye vitamin name?
Complete thread -- I guess it *could* be "troublesome" (1 Google hit with someone using that adjective with
Complete thread -- Can U hear asthenic?
Complete thread -- Apparently they can palpate kidneys. So may be meaning
Complete thread -- Still sounds like...
Complete thread -- what state is this? (might help us,
Complete thread -- I usually hear liver and spleen not palpated...Don't know if
Complete thread -- no enlargement? no megaly? no tenderness?
Complete thread -- Extremities: *su sthenic*
Complete thread -- WAG ??progressive lymphadenopathy??
Complete thread -- me2 - don't think "cell" fits there...
Complete thread -- Liver, spleen, kidney *no evidence on* palpation.
Complete thread -- Could even be saying...
Complete thread -- the 'cell adenopathy' has me stumped.
Complete thread -- good one. no CT prior?
Complete thread -- Elevated leukocyte count S/L
Complete thread -- Yes. Didn't read the question about dictated letters until after I posted
Complete thread -- in first blank, I *think* I hear "...symmetrical, four extremities... sense/sensory"
Complete thread -- Actually U need to see the message inside the post done by 'ugh'
Complete thread -- If OP heard letters, then it wouldn't be MEC (K is not C)
Complete thread -- A few ?s
Complete thread -- Imaging studies: The patient had no CT _____
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- When case needs to go to coroner for investigation..see message and
Complete thread -- No, I can't hear that.
Complete thread -- first blank is "Labs reviewed. "
Complete thread -- admitting _________??
Complete thread -- could "NEK as" be "in any case, her death..."??
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks. At least that is what I think I am hearing! :)
Complete thread -- You are hearing the letters dictated?
Complete thread -- it seems he kinda repeated himself... I hear paragraph, and he repeats
Complete thread -- I thot so too...and the s/l veloria might = 'the Luria"
Complete thread -- breath. Status post ... (but I can't get the blank.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- I hear "None in past." but since I don't usually hear that
Complete thread -- WAG MEC - Medical Examiner - Coroner ??? but you'll need
Complete thread -- still hear old mp3
Complete thread -- _____ patient had no _____.
Complete thread -- I think blood work "there" is fine (at the transferring facility)
Complete thread -- Lungs _____. GI: No abdominal pain or
Complete thread -- my take, the word "although"is likely an often-used term and only prob meant "and"
Complete thread -- s/l NEK or MEK (see context)
Complete thread -- poster NM might have it. Luria manual sequencing task, test for perseveration sm& link
Complete thread -- I can't document kidney stages as Roman? also, "blood work that showed a ..."
Complete thread -- s/l su might be supination (a position) sm & link
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- They are 2 locations..I would put a comma after patella. JMO
Complete thread -- With range of motion, he has full range of motion to the foot. Passive range of
Complete thread -- On examination today of his left foot and ankle, he has mild tenderness on the
Complete thread -- I thought so, sounded like he was ending it in ent or ant. Thanks.
Complete thread -- investing fascia
Complete thread -- investing
Complete thread -- wav file, I might have the word but the ending sounds wrong.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- No account specs. Will type T-max. Thanks
Complete thread -- I use T-max if allowed, but expand it out if allowed.
Complete thread -- Fevers are occuring less frequently with a "T max" of 100.4. Is T max correct as is?
Complete thread -- i flagged and sent, but thank you
Complete thread -- for arm elevation = forearm elevation?
Complete thread -- pulmonary nodules. She... Thanks.
Complete thread -- Luria?
Complete thread -- psych exam - s/l veloria maneuver
Complete thread -- Thanks. Unfortunately I already tried that exact search. Taking all suggestions.
Complete thread -- loosening? (note nondisplaced typo)
Complete thread -- There are many possibilities...see link for pulmonary* wildcard
Complete thread -- k
Complete thread -- sounds like he is saying pulmonary jewels in another place SM
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Doesn't make sense to me either, FWIW
Complete thread -- ESL, forgot to mention that
Complete thread -- LABORATORY: His *white* count is 71,000 although he does positive blood cultures.
Complete thread -- s/l pulmonary you'll see
Complete thread -- I would think okay, used in the sense of 'tilting'
Complete thread -- Sounds okay. "Listing" means tilting to one side.
Complete thread -- displaces or moves?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No signs of *listing* to the prosthesis noted.
Complete thread -- If the fracture line *displaces removes* he may require more extensive surgery includ
Complete thread -- maneuvers (might be saying "rotational")
Complete thread -- discomfort with rotation _______ to the hip
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Wrong link. Let me retry
Complete thread -- Wonder if 'cardiblock'=Ottobock ...see link
Complete thread -- Wording is so strange, I wonder if saying something like:
Complete thread -- s/l cardiblock may be cardboard splint sn & link
Complete thread -- "subacute bacterial endocarditis" continues to yield over 87,000 hits.
Complete thread -- s/l fibro infraction might be Freiberg infraction sm & link
Complete thread -- I'd say "approximately" fits best here.
Complete thread -- She likely has a component of transfer metatarsalgia with second MTP synovitis
Complete thread -- Never mind. Found Halo PKS
Complete thread -- Unsure of spelling of halo
Complete thread -- not sure which to type proximally or approximately....
Complete thread -- clinic with her metacarpal *string*. This AND placed in a *cardiblock* splint
Complete thread -- Thank you. I thought I had interpreted your joke correctly, that you weren't trying to
Complete thread -- Questyr's Dorland post above is right, but I think I may have expanded it wrong someplace,
Complete thread -- and dwindles to 84 for subacute.
Complete thread -- I do believe BB was making a joke below
Complete thread -- go to page 10 - the search dwindles to 56 for spontaneous
Complete thread -- see a billybob post where he says SBE "subacute bacterial endocarditis"
Complete thread -- Dorland's is a dictionary and lists both ailments as I've
Complete thread -- and Y don't U ask billybob what he thinks? (see his post below)
Complete thread -- The OneLook dictionaries also show subacute bacterial
Complete thread -- does Dorland's have it with or without "prophylaxis"?
Complete thread -- R U saying Dorland's is incorrect?
Complete thread -- Also:
Complete thread -- I guess with prophylaxis that does make more sense?
Complete thread -- Sounds like it to me! TY very much!
Complete thread -- Found Tubex..what do you think?
Complete thread -- So far I've found a Tubigrip. Still looking.
Complete thread -- Ok. I'll keep looking.
Complete thread -- Not pneumatic for sure. Says it again; tubeck or two backed
Complete thread -- wonder if saying ??pneumatic stockings??...but I'm going back
Complete thread -- leg wound, S/L she is now in "tuback stockings", did not take those apart
Complete thread -- My Dorland's shows just the opposite..SBE=subacute
Complete thread -- spontaneous bacterial endocarditis vs. subacute bacterial peritonitis
Complete thread -- I guess "spontaneous bacterial endocarditis" wouldn't be recommended then.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- SBE subacute bacterial endocarditis
Complete thread -- I'm blanking, good idea I think
Complete thread -- S/L SPE prophylaxis? FBE?SBE?
Complete thread -- Hit return too soon...however polyuria and polydipsia indicate
Complete thread -- Important- BTW - DDAVP not shown at RxList as being
Complete thread -- With that one, my docs always pronounced it by letters D-D-A-V-P. Don't
Complete thread -- I'm blanking. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I was leaning toward DDAVP (because of the sepsis), but not sure of that either.
Complete thread -- I feel comfortable with it, but no prob, it's your call.
Complete thread -- He's 94. He did fall and did have a cut to his forehead, but sm
Complete thread -- see link..vaccine for pertussis, diphtheria and tetanus...but
Complete thread -- ??Tdap?? (for tetatnus), but check spelling
Complete thread -- s/l deedap
Complete thread -- that is what I was taught also, but it seems like it is leaving
Complete thread -- I would think if he starts all over again that the 2nd
Complete thread -- this actually raises a question that comes up now and then...
Complete thread -- I sympathize.
Complete thread -- I hate corrections; doing a lengthy dictation by a resident, correcting every other
Complete thread -- I am finding cross references to Shaolin Qigong and "cast a spell", but
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was finding Shaolin, but wasn't getting why he would
Complete thread -- Zheng Chaolin was born in Zhangping in Fujian Province - there are also Shaolin monks?
Complete thread -- Chaolin - there is an old Chinese guy by this name
Complete thread -- descendant of "chowlin"
Complete thread -- I like this answer!
Complete thread -- Thanks, I had on in mine.
Complete thread -- I think he is saying "on" though, not in
Complete thread -- That is what I thought especially since he said DuraGen earlier. Thanks
Complete thread -- in this DuraGen? (I'm not 100% convinced I'm hearing that right)
Complete thread -- wav file, craniotomy
Complete thread -- Sending in. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- syphilis?
Complete thread -- it might be cafe au lait spot (not blotch) a sign of neurofibromatosis
Complete thread -- s/l Cephaelis blotch
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- JFTR, s/b it was related to her (not she) and his father's
Complete thread -- Good find! Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- I think she means that too but definitely doesn't pronounce it that way. Thanks Q.
Complete thread -- ??sertraline??
Complete thread -- s/l fare-uh-lean 200 mg daily for depression TIA!
Complete thread -- wow. i would have never gotten histopathologist out of that no matter how
Complete thread -- Yes, for sure...
Complete thread -- not exactly bucket and Nantucket, is it?
Complete thread -- plentyoo...histo...
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down =effects of radioactive substances on cells and tissues
Complete thread -- It was...
Complete thread -- best if can post wav. There are anatomical pathology & clinical pathology
Complete thread -- ? radiopathologist
Complete thread -- Ok thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated peri=nearby or around, Guessing, you did hear peri-incisional area
Complete thread -- Word help- peri-incisional area or perineum incisional area?
Complete thread -- Pathologist S/L
Complete thread -- Thank you...
Complete thread -- agree with Satinsky clamp sm ***
Complete thread -- what was it Dexamethasone sm
Complete thread -- Think I found it...
Complete thread -- Med S/L
Complete thread -- got it :) Deleted as it contained nickname. Was "Today (nickname) says"
Complete thread -- unsure of exact wording used
Complete thread -- Satinsky?
Complete thread -- common iliac artery was controlled with a s/l*sa-jesky* clamp
Complete thread -- fluff to the guys
Complete thread -- Thanks for filling in the background. I HAD misunderstood. I'm
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Found this...see link...
Complete thread -- Thank you both for your suggestions. I apologize I didn't come back - got sidetracked.
Complete thread -- fluff to poi :)
Complete thread -- way late but s/l urgitory may be urological pelvis or urogenital pelvis (area)
Complete thread -- Let me see if I can show nm how this is done. "I was obviously wrong in my statement LVH
Complete thread -- Dyskinesia = difficulty or distortion in performing voluntary movements
Complete thread -- The problem is that what you are just “reporting” is taken out of context.
Complete thread -- GPT / SGPT?
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- s/l GVD of 17 TIA!
Complete thread -- I think it has something to do with it being a schedule II drug, but cannot
Complete thread -- I think it might stand for "emergency medicine caveat"
Complete thread -- found this, but now out of touch with opthal, medicine changes quickly. Sm
Complete thread -- Here's one reference for EM caveat
Complete thread -- agree, torsades de pointes, also often just referred to as torsade nm
Complete thread -- O: pardon me if I go by credible sources, U can do as you please, I'm just "reporting" sm
Complete thread -- nice explanation, o
Complete thread -- yes, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- Nevermind...I see you had it correct in the question, so other was typo
Complete thread -- Note: PubMed articles are showing both-bone (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- ugh! Got it - both bone forearm fracture.
Complete thread -- Both-boned formed fracture?
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- çool link, lb! +turkey fluff
Complete thread -- thank you very much! ...
Complete thread -- have a good one!
Complete thread -- de not des
Complete thread -- torsades des pointes (verify spelling)
Complete thread -- No evidence of s/l touchard depont?? on this Holter monitor. ...
Complete thread -- LOL! I know... he seemed very amused LOL
Complete thread -- Pardon me if I go with what my doctor says over what you say.
Complete thread -- learned something new today (see link)
Complete thread -- I can't make out the 2nd one at all but do hear (in his room or in our clinic)
Complete thread -- I hear it as "a top gear trial" not "the"
Complete thread -- I am sure you can see enlargement on the CXR, but to hear it dictated as "LVH" is what I
Complete thread -- to: just fluff O (did I do this fluff thing right. Don't agree not seen on chest x-ray sm
Complete thread -- well, that's not very nice of him to be giggling about it!
Complete thread -- sounds kinda like McDear? can you post a wav to include where he says it the 2nd time?
Complete thread -- my pleasure.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! Can you hear the doc name by chance?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- patient is another doctor... and doctor dictating is giggling as he dictates
Complete thread -- I've been searching for the last half hour and come up empty. Sry
Complete thread -- Thanks for following up.
Complete thread -- I'm starting to wonder if maybe it's the name of the clinic where she had procedure done
Complete thread -- Re: LVH and chest x-rays. (no question here, just fluff)
Complete thread -- s/l top gear - found this (link)
Complete thread -- More sentence. :)
Complete thread -- nebulizer inhaler or nebulized inhaler sm for meaning
Complete thread -- it was agreed that he may be suitable for the ____ trial.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- There is a BoS exception about not having to use hyphens with
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- sounds like nebulizer inhaler but they are 2 different things. maybe nebulizer/inhaler
Complete thread -- unsure if saying nebulizer inhaler/nebulized inhaler/or nebulizer and inhaler
Complete thread -- woot woot! +fluff
Complete thread -- Are you sure, Q? Stedman's Radiology Words doesn't have it hyphenated.
Complete thread -- I was just coming back with the cut and paste ç for Behçet from the symbols below :) U win
Complete thread -- Thanks. My spell checker did the same :o)
Complete thread -- Behçet syndrome - ahh, but I see I'm too late, but at least I put the tail on my c!
Complete thread -- Found it too! Thanks
Complete thread -- I think I found it. Instead of 'the' it is Behcet' pronounced 'be-shed'
Complete thread -- could "the shot"=Behcet ?? see link
Complete thread -- Behcet?
Complete thread -- I was wondering about that. The hits on Google didn't. Do you know this syndrome?
Complete thread -- s/b white-matter lesion (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- s/l "shot" syndrome.
Complete thread -- Found this link. He may be referring to it.
Complete thread -- I dont think UPJ or ureteropelvic really fits here, but I have been known to be wrong b4
Complete thread -- suppression comes to mind, but that's all I can think of.
Complete thread -- R U saying U think it is "ureteropelvic pelvis"? or ureteropelvis? or what..I am
Complete thread -- What is the exact sentence following your s/l. Sometimes that
Complete thread -- I think she's trying to say ureteropelvic, but does not say junction. thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- feeling dumb. ESL doc says, Abdomen: Tenderness over right "urgitory" pelvis. nm tia
Complete thread -- s/l expression
Complete thread -- I used grammar.ccc.commnet.edu for my source and
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- steroid-sparing maybe
Complete thread -- ....steroid "serin" therapy such as methotrexate.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks guys! Will have to send with blank as it is a stat dictation and I have had
Complete thread -- see link - i think it is circulating LAPs were seen but didn't search further
Complete thread -- sure s/l E-M caveat to me too. No clue here.
Complete thread -- EM or AM but I have no idea what he means.
Complete thread -- anyone know what he is saying? I am hearing what s/l E-M caveat
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- S/L FISH studies and flow cytometry - ESL
Complete thread -- nope, makes no sense in the context.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Oh, I recognized the poster by the post. Eggsactly
Complete thread -- actually, the word "the" is before ileocecal (and can be a new sentence vs. semicolon)
Complete thread -- splenic flexure, transverse colon, hepatic flexure, right colon intubated; ileocecal...
Complete thread -- flexure, right _______ ileocecal valve was seen
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- As I said "I have heard" - I have NOT heard of it on a CXR. I see that it does show up on
Complete thread -- thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help!! I will make note of this next time I run across it.
Complete thread -- linezolid (INN, /lɪˈnɛzəlɪd/ li-NEZ-ə-lid) He is putting the emphasis
Complete thread -- (Generic for Zyvox)
Complete thread -- linezolid (he's saying it wrong)
Complete thread -- med help, having no luck with variations of spelling of what I am hearing
Complete thread -- well, then, shame on me too, cuz that's what came to my mind!
Complete thread -- just found it :) Kathy Linde
Complete thread -- unable to catch last name (Kansas)
Complete thread -- The first time I heard it, it takes you aback a little bit. Then I got used to it. I
Complete thread -- it's a new term to me. I don't do much onc, tho.
Complete thread -- I do a lot of oncology. I hear castrate-resistent prostate cancer all the time
Complete thread -- thank you for your help! :)
Complete thread -- Thank you - I saw that, but I was curious about the T12"A." Thanks tho!
Complete thread -- Castration is what I'll use...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear it like you heard it. (sorry I ignored your post for so long)
Complete thread -- Sounds more like this one...
Complete thread -- yes - "tapped" means that the joint fluid was aspirated.
Complete thread -- He developed some swelling in his elbows which were *tapped *
Complete thread -- I also found "castration resistance" - another possibility
Complete thread -- I found "taxane" resistance, but did not research thoroughly - try looking into that
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- SM...
Complete thread -- what is the current treatment that might be stopped?
Complete thread -- Prostate cancer
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- wanting to verify I am hearing the plan correctly
Complete thread -- Thanks to both, getting my brain in the right direction, it was scrotal.
Complete thread -- Ok, this sounds better than mine.
Complete thread -- scrotal?
Complete thread -- the only thing that comes to mind is transrectal ultrasound?
Complete thread -- scrotal?
Complete thread -- s/l skwavel or squavel ultrasound and (same word) calcifications. Sm
Complete thread -- You're probably right -- Lidoject, tho
Complete thread -- I see it used with Opana as well.
Complete thread -- oh, okay, yeah... I hadn't even googled it. No clue what that means, sorry.
Complete thread -- see archives from July with this link from Questyr regarding Lidojet. Maybe?
Complete thread -- No, it's T12A and documented on formulary lists, just wondering what it is.
Complete thread -- any chance it is "q. 12h" ?
Complete thread -- OxyContin T12A 10 mg -- anyone know what the T12A stands for or means?
Complete thread -- only thing I can think of like your s/l is Lido-Gel...
Complete thread -- Foley catheter placement
Complete thread -- try this: In the OneLook box above, type "d*kinesia" - I bet it is one of those 6 words.
Complete thread -- motor s/l*ded-i-ki-nesia*,
Complete thread -- no, you can't see LVH on x-ray "for sure"
Complete thread -- woot woot! (just got in this a.m. and saw this, what a surprise!)
Complete thread -- rolling my eyeballs.
Complete thread -- On page 241 of BOS2, both capital and lower case single letters use 's. (I's vs Is)
Complete thread -- Does to me. relating to, or having the characteristics of a vena cava.(area/wall etc)
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- TY Questyr. That is good info
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- how would you write this? SM TIA
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- R U able to definitely tell us we are dealing with
Complete thread -- for me...sorry!! chronic renal insufficiency! :) thanks Questyr
Complete thread -- Working on your s/l, but note s/b was (not is)
Complete thread -- He is found to have s/l clonal adrenal insufficency few years ago. tx.
Complete thread -- I note that one of the OneLook dictionaries specifically
Complete thread -- medial
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- There is a mesial term used in dentistry, but check OneLook definition..it fits
Complete thread -- Isn't mesial a reference to teeth? Does endomysial fit?
Complete thread -- I would think...in the mesial lung base
Complete thread -- Chest CT - poorly marginated soft tissue s/l in the me-zee-ul lung base. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- yes could be LifeScreen, sounds like it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Maybe stating Life Screen as a generic reference to Life Line Screening
Complete thread -- maybe LifeScreen test ? (can't find very good documentation, but some)
Complete thread -- s/l Lie? screen test
Complete thread -- I think my thought is pretty unlikely
Complete thread -- In case you misunderstood, context will dictate whether to use 'of' or 'for' because
Complete thread -- typo may be have s/b may be just
Complete thread -- rt, you did see my post begging your pardon and saying U should edit didn't U?
Complete thread -- Interesting thot. I've been trying to find if pulmonary
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just sounded odd to me. I'd rather not edit much anyway. Appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- Disregard.
Complete thread -- ? is it possible they are saying "Myoview stress testing shows...."
Complete thread -- I beg your pard...I did not read your message inside your post.
Complete thread -- I checked OneLook definitions for 'for' and 'of' and
Complete thread -- Gee! That was it. Awesome! Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you ...
Complete thread -- MD keeps dictating 'for evaluation for.' Leave as is or edit 'for evaluation of?'
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- O, U R good!
Complete thread -- see link for wildcard search results. Could farco=??marked fibrosis??
Complete thread -- only needed = alleviated?
Complete thread -- He has stable shortness of breath with some cough that is 'only needed' with Claritin
Complete thread -- that makes 5 of us
Complete thread -- it was melanoma in situ ...
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- No, certainly 'pulsative' but no doubt means 'pulsed.' Thanks, Questyr
Complete thread -- Is there more U can tell us? Patient's diagnosis and anything
Complete thread -- see if U can hear pulsed steroids (see link)
Complete thread -- Pt. will be admitted to hospital for likely for 'pulsative' steroids.
Complete thread -- arm mass
Complete thread -- ....seems a bit overkill and redundant. I'd probably have gone with: (SM)
Complete thread -- I agree with the plain old Norco 5.
Complete thread -- in link they are always separated by some type of punctuation, so I think comma is correct
Complete thread -- But 'caval' does not make sense when plugged
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. I wasn't sure if 'double-stranded DNA histone would go together.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I feel I can justify it under the 'for consistency' thought process..since
Complete thread -- I think so
Complete thread -- C3, C4, double-stranded DNA, histone, Smith, Jo, SSA, SSB.
Complete thread -- I don't know about Q's rationale, but I'd not use it because we were taught not to plurali
Complete thread -- don't know what happened w/link? LVH =hypertrophy= "enlargement" & can see
Complete thread -- I would just paragraph (sm) dictator running things together(common)
Complete thread -- haha..I think he is saying the patient is making a pest of herself and demanding
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense? Sounds awkward to me..
Complete thread -- Nantucket and bucket do rhyme. Toggles and "cawvels" do not.
Complete thread -- left ventricular enlargement is often seen on chest x-ray (though
Complete thread -- I agree, but I'm surprised at you, Q...
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- Wonder if s/l caw vels= caval/cava (as in IVC inferior vena cava) wall
Complete thread -- Link not usable, must be a member it said.
Complete thread -- agree, no apostrophe, just 5
Complete thread -- I would not use the 's' ...just Norco 5. JMO
Complete thread -- Norco 5's or Norco 5s
Complete thread -- sure can see on chest x-ray g a p j o j (thought cardio your main acct.)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- agree with Q BNP was less than 5.
Complete thread -- finding these ranges for BNP, so wondering if supposed to be 115
Complete thread -- do you think he is meaning 115? "eleven five" ?? Not sure myself
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. I kept hearing possibly "eleven five" so was not sure
Complete thread -- Not necessarily. There was a man from Nantucket who liked to sit on a bucket...it rhymes.
Complete thread -- I hear 'BNP was less than 5'.
Complete thread -- Thanks, again. I'll post if I find out!
Complete thread -- For future..usually there is a lateral and AP view...with
Complete thread -- lab BNP
Complete thread -- I couldn't find anything. Sry
Complete thread -- Would not make sense with short sentence before. I will flag, guys. Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- LOL wouldnt it be coggles then?
Complete thread -- I wonder if new sentence starts with elevator?
Complete thread -- wow, I was wanted to hear that but the ending sounded like *gill* to me.
Complete thread -- I heard the same and Googled that but w/o success.
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying. I'm going to blank it.
Complete thread -- It surely is 'epimacular proliferation' not perforation. Not sure of the words thereafter.
Complete thread -- ...cawvel
Complete thread -- I hear "elevator" but can't get it to make sense.
Complete thread -- LOL! Phonetically it rhymes with toggle...cavel
Complete thread -- lamotrigine (ck my spelling)
Complete thread -- I have heard LVH on EKG, but not on a CXR?
Complete thread -- Ventolin HFA p.r.n., montelukast 10 mg daily, bupropion, ___________, Lantus,
Complete thread -- ?epimacular perforation .. ... the internal
Complete thread -- Here's my thinking...that the filter may be clogged because
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "and was later," not sure about the rest of the wording.
Complete thread -- I'm so confused. How does caw-vels sound like toggle? What am I missing?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- Bell? SM
Complete thread -- OK I'll see if i can find anything.
Complete thread -- No, it rhymes with toggle...caw-vels (sorry)
Complete thread -- ??Bell's phenomenon?? see link
Complete thread -- Epimacular proliferation ______ was used" and the internal limiting membrane forceps
Complete thread -- eye exam on 11-month-old
Complete thread -- R U saying the s/l includes what I show here in quotes "caw-vels (like toggle)" ?
Complete thread -- s/l caw-vels (like toggle) ...see message
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- agree with flag
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- you could see left ventricular hypertrophy on chest x-ray, but not ejection fraction.
Complete thread -- I would flag, yes.
Complete thread -- I think she means point of the. Like tip of. Thanks
Complete thread -- Just verifying. Two-view chest x-ray is wrongly dictated in this context...
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Would've tried but your wav is gone.
Complete thread -- thank you! I was trying all sorts of variations in spelling and could not figure it out
Complete thread -- Estes Park? Colorado
Complete thread -- funny!!! thank you!
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says (near Burlington, Kansas)
Complete thread -- kinda ironic...
Complete thread -- any guess on the first blank though?
Complete thread -- this is what I am finding also, particuarly with the 1 cm measurement
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, gapjoj!
Complete thread -- that 2nd blank needs to be a bit longer on the wav
Complete thread -- and I see "rear tip extenders" ?
Complete thread -- MAYBE The LGX ? SM
Complete thread -- Thank you, poi!
Complete thread -- Thank you all. I will flag. He says pons but maybe means pars. nm
Complete thread -- found this sentence on a grammar site "correct grammar is probably not a concern of hers"
Complete thread -- Another two helps with penile implant
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- named after Dr. Brantly Scott
Complete thread -- I do regret that this has been a complication of "hers." (postop problem)
Complete thread -- Scott ring retractor?
Complete thread -- Yes. The comma is to indicate an adjectival phrase following
Complete thread -- and other problems?? (I can't hear your second blank on the wav at all,
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- A penoscrotal incision was made and the sl/ "scout-ring-retractor system" utilized fo
Complete thread -- with the problem of motor fluctuations ____ as well as dyskinesia.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- oh gee.... I heard "cr" at the beginning.
Complete thread -- I've looked up Cristal, Christal, Crisco - and nada. Can't quite get it. sorry
Complete thread -- Brisbane
Complete thread -- Actually, we have not yet disagreed.
Complete thread -- has just returned from holiday in ____
Complete thread -- does not each vertebra have its own pars though? pars of L1 through ... I think
Complete thread -- Ima gonna disagree w/Q again; like I said last time, I would edit to "2-week mark."
Complete thread -- Yes because without it, it appears pars is describing L1.
Complete thread -- I'd comma pars, L1 - anyone else?
Complete thread -- not pons (that's pertaining to brainstem)
Complete thread -- Bet U R right...as in pars interarticularis..see link
Complete thread -- pars
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- It s/b with hyphen...probe-patent....see PubMed link
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Fracture of the pons L1 through L3 lumbar vertebra. sm
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr
Complete thread -- see link..note must read entire thread as my 1st suggestion was incorrect
Complete thread -- Two weeks' mark. I'll see if I can find the discussion thread
Complete thread -- 2-weeks mark. Is this correct? Seems not to make sense to m
Complete thread -- Not a prob.
Complete thread -- Never heard that before. Thanks, poi
Complete thread -- Thanks gapjoj.
Complete thread -- I know she says 'off of' but I edited to 'off' since grammatically correct.
Complete thread -- This PubMed article uses the hyphens..see link
Complete thread -- s/l "off of the methotrexate" to me
Complete thread -- lyophilized
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- I don't know the s/l, but am concerned there is something else
Complete thread -- agree, I do too
Complete thread -- I head 'totally occluded left etc'
Complete thread -- She has been off the methotrexate 10 tabs weekly and _______ Cimzia 40 ...
Complete thread -- This one is certainly more likely than multiple-butts injuries.
Complete thread -- ditto - ulceration is clear, but does s/l something "or ulceration" so not sure about my
Complete thread -- total (occlusion?) left anterior decending artery, moderate
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- skin(?) ulceration
Complete thread -- scale or ulceration? i hear ulceration but not sure on the first part
Complete thread -- There is no evidence of any _____.
Complete thread -- total something (?) of the left anterior descending and moderate lesions...
Complete thread -- posting again
Complete thread -- Ha ha ha ha
Complete thread -- good one, WW!
Complete thread -- I used to do it that way, but it felt slutty. Now that I edit, I leave it as it comes in.
Complete thread -- Compound modifier need hyphen?
Complete thread -- not here either
Complete thread -- Wow, I feel silly. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Aluminum chloride?
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing it...
Complete thread -- my typo..I had even posted such in another part of the thread.
Complete thread -- did your mp3 post?
Complete thread -- Cardiac catheterization reveals ______ lesion of the circumflex and the right
Complete thread -- shave excision of back lesion and used "luna" cord for hemostasis. tia nm
Complete thread -- the "and" is not necessary either, just 6 feet 0 inches
Complete thread -- I heard it as probaten...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was hearing it as 1 odd word.
Complete thread -- sounds good to me.
Complete thread -- he is *trying* to say it wasn't patent enough to allow the probe to fit through.
Complete thread -- I think he is correcting to "however, (it) was not probe patent"
Complete thread -- probe patent ? huh? I think he's all conflusi.
Complete thread -- okay - now here is the link... for real!
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- here's just a link to a google search...
Complete thread -- I went with perineal at the last. I think it was confusing because she was discussing the
Complete thread -- No, wait! I believe it is actually perineal -- if you hang on, I'll provide documentation.
Complete thread -- all I can think is trisomy ? monosomy
Complete thread -- arghh - I believe it is monosomy. I always find things after I post.
Complete thread -- child neurology - trying to find a word that s/l "marsomy"
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I would do as dictated, but I'd use 0, not spelling out zero
Complete thread -- peroneal
Complete thread -- yes, type as dictated
Complete thread -- Doc dictates the patient is 6 feet and zero inches tall. This is not
Complete thread -- perineal or peroneal? I was sure of it at first until she mentioned the toe.
Complete thread -- I checked google, stedman orth, tessier surg word book. Did find Gangley both books but sm
Complete thread -- no, very clear I just cannot document
Complete thread -- without more info, consider ganglion splint (if the word "hand" is not perfectly clear)
Complete thread -- can't document s/l Gale hand splint
Complete thread -- Never mind...I figured it out.
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- s/l*(mumbles) __sion, motor, accumulate* latencies were 9.8/5.1.
Complete thread -- Labs
Complete thread -- ? rapid afib
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. Was almost sending it in and decided to come back for a last look.
Complete thread -- Crede procedure (there's an accent on the second 'e' if you can do that)
Complete thread -- Wrong, will flag. Patient is female.
Complete thread -- Ah, got it - chordee
Complete thread -- sounds sort of French with a long A sound at the end - CordAy
Complete thread -- GOT IT! Size V target.
Complete thread -- sm. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- The sensing threshold is assessed by measuring the R wave or the P wave
Complete thread -- The ability of the myocardium to contract when stimulated by the pacemaker is called captu
Complete thread -- not on a pacemaker.
Complete thread -- agree with P wave in this instance. T waves are more on an EKG.
Complete thread -- TRUS - transrectal ultrasound biopsy
Complete thread -- Can post a wav, can be P or T I believe
Complete thread -- He had a *sus* biopsy in
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- P see link
Complete thread -- Pacemaker interrogration - s/l P wave or T wave
Complete thread -- It is 0.045 see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- that'd be "take the living donor's kidney" - no need for a hyphen there.
Complete thread -- that seems like quite a stretch, Q. I doubt many people have had that experience.
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me
Complete thread -- The pin *captured* the fifth metacarpal
Complete thread -- belive it should be milliseconds instead of no seconds
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- "run of" or "runs of"? (plus I'd spell out atrial fibrillation unless acct likes slang)
Complete thread -- stress test
Complete thread -- mild left carpal tunnel syndrome, 4.65/3.95,*no seconds* terminal latency median moto
Complete thread -- multiple <past> injuries?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- will try
Complete thread -- is it possibly "focal neuritis" where you are hearing "foot lumaritis"
Complete thread -- concomitant ?
Complete thread -- neuropathy and *com mittant* right peroneal neuropathy.
Complete thread -- Diagnosed with localized osteoarthrosis of ankle and foot *lumaritis*.Recommends Lyri
Complete thread -- BTW..then it would be multiple-butts injuries, as it would be
Complete thread -- Good idea, but I agree I should probably flag.
Complete thread -- Wonder if in the car accident, her car was rear-ended (see message)
Complete thread -- she had multiple s/l "butts" injuries
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Good suggestion, not clearly that though. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- repair?
Complete thread -- rotator cuff s/l pat-nall surgery. TIA!
Complete thread -- FYI no parentheses are required...PubMed had several
Complete thread -- O anak anak! Here is the link I forgot yet again!
Complete thread -- This being the one where they take the living-donor's kidney to give to
Complete thread -- At UCSF they call the surgery laparoscopic donor nephrectomy..see link..just
Complete thread -- Ya I thought it was probably Vimovo, but I was wondering if there was another drug similar
Complete thread -- esomeprazole/naproxen
Complete thread -- Vimovo
Complete thread -- Medication s/l ven-ov-a
Complete thread -- As Vera Pyle has said, we want to get it right, but not righteous about it.
Complete thread -- wheals ?
Complete thread -- I'm going to use the parentheses as below and have it ok'd by QA. Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- ahhh...ok. I see your point and you're right. Nearly all the ones I've typed have said
Complete thread -- I don't do a lot of those types of notes, so will be happy to defer to O. I was
Complete thread -- or....Living donor (kidney transplantation)
Complete thread -- Same here. That's why it sounds funny to me.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- not to argue but...
Complete thread -- I agree with Poi.
Complete thread -- I don't think you are arguing...I asked for your opinion :)
Complete thread -- too funny!
Complete thread -- I think the word donor makes it clear the pt is not recipient of kidney.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. No, no blank. That's a flag where I work. Still sounds funny, though.
Complete thread -- yeah it does. Maybe if you put "Living donor, kidney transplantation"?
Complete thread -- in diagnosis the kidney is being transplanted, in this case from this patient to another
Complete thread -- jmho, are you contradicting yourself?
Complete thread -- transplantation - to move from one place to another - sounds fine (to me)
Complete thread -- Question regarding diagnosis (see message)
Complete thread -- I am concerned...the oral dose is 150 mg, the injection is not. see link ..so
Complete thread -- Wish I could HEAR it, but your logic makes sense.
Complete thread -- LMBO
Complete thread -- Agree with ibandronate after reading up on both.
Complete thread -- I hear 2 and it makes sense (to me) that he changed "some" to "2", being more specific
Complete thread -- I felt he changed from 'some' to 'a few' though he did not
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- period after reason. Also...not sure if he says few or 2 biopsies
Complete thread -- I agree with poi. I think a new sentence s/b started at "Irrespective"
Complete thread -- Irrespective of what the biopsy shows...
Complete thread -- HAHA - that was funny!
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- 150 mg monthly injection of "i-dendo-nate". ibandronate? please SM
Complete thread -- Thanks y'all!
Complete thread -- LOL! Wonder if the salad was with or without cabbage/CABG. hah
Complete thread -- fluff - LOL
Complete thread -- hehe
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- allograft croutons might be good on an alopecia salad!
Complete thread -- me too!
Complete thread -- I like poi's suggestion.
Complete thread -- I'm finding a Coupland elevator...which is also a bone chisel and