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Complete thread -- not the jealousy poster
Complete thread -- that's jealousy poster "- :-)" "make her posts more important"
Complete thread -- how cute of you to want to come back and explain how to use Google.
Complete thread -- You could argue that half the questions make it look bad and are embarrassing.
Complete thread -- eh, I'd say it was that person's "style" choice. not really funny IMO, just a way of
Complete thread -- style???
Complete thread -- There are stalkers here??
Complete thread -- (I thought this meant we were whispering... so the stalker won't hear us)
Complete thread -- style choice (thanks for caring)
Complete thread -- unprofessional AND childish
Complete thread -- lb the promoter
Complete thread -- Unprofessional behaviour, makes MT profession look bad, how embarrassing
Complete thread -- (not the parentheses poster?) Why would you put () around a simple
Complete thread -- (I think you are the stalker)
Complete thread -- umm, yeah. I know. There seemed to be some confusion regarding
Complete thread -- 1.5 to 2 cm (as per BOS-3 rules, no hyphen because there's a decimal in one of them)
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- "...they can get them on their own." That's the ticket!!
Complete thread -- Conization area consisting of a small depression in the retina containing cones
Complete thread -- good deal
Complete thread -- conization?
Complete thread -- Eye exam...
Complete thread -- Oh yeah - now I'm even more sure of this answer. SM
Complete thread -- I listened and heard "sloth" - so... LOL
Complete thread -- wax on
Complete thread -- who cares?
Complete thread -- how do you know its a she and not a he?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Just a note, I don't know why they capped all the generics, but be careful.
Complete thread -- thanks for defining MM
Complete thread -- I think that may be what he is trying to say - he just got the ending wrong.
Complete thread -- Sure wasn't on the wav, that's for sure.
Complete thread -- A-Z NIH cancer drug list for archives
Complete thread -- lb suggested that below, but that's not it. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- is the little voice in the back of the head talking again
Complete thread -- that's a good suggestion.
Complete thread -- she said already she couldn't hear it and dictator is shaky on pronounciation.
Complete thread -- okay then, how about prochlorperazine ? (I'm still trying)
Complete thread -- not that either. He sure doesn't have a clue - I can tell by the uncertainty of his voice.
Complete thread -- etoposide for metastatic breast cancer link
Complete thread -- where do you hear that? Anyway, it is proud bone, as already answered.
Complete thread -- r chlorpromazine? He probably has no clue what it is either. :(
Complete thread -- can't hear that. Thanks for trying, lb
Complete thread -- stands for route, mucous membrane.
Complete thread -- the pt is in for a draining wound, and this is a hospitalist dictating the hx...
Complete thread -- Exactly!!
Complete thread -- True. She is waaaay off
Complete thread -- it is a chemo regimen/protocol, that's right. Suspect it is not a chemo agent like
Complete thread -- okay, well context (posted) suggested it was a chemo drug, but this is not a onc doc, so
Complete thread -- omg
Complete thread -- I hear talus (ankle)
Complete thread -- proud bone. Procedure: Right ring finger shortening.
Complete thread -- proud bone
Complete thread -- chip off the old block is not even remotely related to chip on your shoulder.
Complete thread -- low utility; cannot substantiate elsewhere
Complete thread -- Obviously she has no clue what jealousy is either.
Complete thread -- kids! It's chip ON the shoulder (or chip off the old block)
Complete thread -- You are the stalker who has a chip somewhere. Insisting people are jealous of someone
Complete thread -- Glad you've got the google part down! ;)
Complete thread -- Now that I am over thinking it is a 2-syllable word, I hear it clearly! Thanks all
Complete thread -- from dictionary.com proud - of a surface, edge, etc) projecting or protruding from the
Complete thread -- need to know what it is used for, cause pegfilgrastim is Neulasta and
Complete thread -- suggest: MP as abbreviation for mass percent
Complete thread -- I know chip on the shoulder means, misdirected hostility, all go through it at some point
Complete thread -- how about etoposide (brand Toposar)
Complete thread -- proud
Complete thread -- jealous of what?
Complete thread -- Jealousy for what? And it is chip off the shoulder, which I do not think
Complete thread -- that's for suspensive hyphens as a modifier, not this case at all. and BoS3
Complete thread -- I made a WAV file
Complete thread -- awful lot of jealousy, insecurity and chip of the 'ol shoulder you guys.
Complete thread -- sounds like piled sort of
Complete thread -- 1.5 to 2 cm is clearer unless you have a rule that you must use hyphens
Complete thread -- BOS2 pg 97 3- to 4-cm lesion (note, not hyphenated but 'to')
Complete thread -- looking for a chemo drug - s/l tocoperizide SM
Complete thread -- It worked out pretty well for us (I'm not there now). We had increasingly more docs
Complete thread -- 1.5-2 cm
Complete thread -- No need to repeat "cm" unless dictated twice.
Complete thread -- LOL!!
Complete thread -- 1.5 cm to 2 cm
Complete thread -- 1.5-2 cm or 1.5 cm to 2 cm??
Complete thread -- She has to believe otherwise, so she can make her posts more important.
Complete thread -- Everyone has heard of Google.
Complete thread -- that's funny -
Complete thread -- It was not an OP that said that, it was me, and I was being sarcastic!
Complete thread -- not you, but unfortunately every once in a while, there is one or 2 that make you
Complete thread -- well, it sorta was the question. OP was questiong "drawn off" and poster gave info
Complete thread -- Could be the doctor is confused, they don't always get things right.
Complete thread -- Qbout 2 weeks ago, an OP stated, "oh, I think I heard of that" (google)
Complete thread -- Exactly! Like we must all be idiots or something lol
Complete thread -- yes, agree "MT101" Again, agree
Complete thread -- Doncha just love the "google it" posters? Like we don't do that first.
Complete thread -- Exactly.
Complete thread -- That was not the question, but whatever. Here we go again
Complete thread -- I do 2 clinics and both clinics make us use patient names. I have one facility that say t
Complete thread -- I expect most people know how to use google. Are you kidding me?
Complete thread -- not meant to be unkind at all, just how you took it. I come to help & teach KINDLY sm
Complete thread -- Thank you to both.
Complete thread -- ty but he clearly says NP or MP
Complete thread -- agree (meg) maybe dictatator term for hematochezia
Complete thread -- I did google and researched thoroughly before coming here. Thanks for your snarky response
Complete thread -- Peridex MM on - RxList
Complete thread -- I still have 3 accounts that do allow patient names. go figure.
Complete thread -- yep, and i'm older than that LOL
Complete thread -- I don't see any reply back from her, so I'm not convinced that she "gets" it, but
Complete thread -- means aspirated, extracted etc by means of the needle
Complete thread -- Peridex+MM (could have used google.com and entered your phrae.
Complete thread -- Makes sense.
Complete thread -- ha ha! I think you are right! :)
Complete thread -- I could not get soft out of my head. Thanks. So obvious now.
Complete thread -- true, true. She was careless and got dinged for it, but let's not keep bashing her.
Complete thread -- Peridex 0.12 s/l MP or NP twice daily ??
Complete thread -- We had one PA who was referring patients to 2 local clinics and then requesting cc's to
Complete thread -- wasn't that granny in a Beach Boys song?
Complete thread -- swath
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I'll do that, thanks!
Complete thread -- I want to be her when I grow up. :)
Complete thread -- Mistakes are one thing, "I send it to who I think it is." is a deliberate act
Complete thread -- I would ask your Team Lead or your doc even if you go directly.
Complete thread -- No, but I would flag/blank it. He needs to realize his responsibility too
Complete thread -- Go, Granny, go!
Complete thread -- 81yo (!!!) LOL! even doctor chuckled
Complete thread -- Patient with normal pressure hydrocephalus.
Complete thread -- But she acted like it was no big deal. Sorry!
Complete thread -- NEVER guess period. Can't understand, not 100% - then flag? These are REAL people.
Complete thread -- I wish that whole part of it would go away - lotsa wasted time for
Complete thread -- Ah, the next level of extremeness. Why bother sending any cc's at all then?
Complete thread -- Doc keeps saying cortisol injection (spine, hip, etc). Loose verbatim acct - would
Complete thread -- I got to thinking, this could easily happen where I work. We have one account where
Complete thread -- They did that to us for a while too. We couldn't even take the dictator's word that the
Complete thread -- Ditto. Wonder if the modus operandi for allergies/meds is "what I think it is"?
Complete thread -- My MTSO has gone to us pending *all* cc's for a higher level to check.
Complete thread -- ...and every time it happens, it has to be reported to HIPAA and documented
Complete thread -- p.s. And here's Mary Morken's full list in .txt format (from above link).
Complete thread -- Yeah I was working in-house when this started becoming such a big issue with HIPAA. I'm
Complete thread -- Actually, now that I'm not working and have more time to look over those links I gave
Complete thread -- Way to kick someone when they're down. People make mistakes.
Complete thread -- all I can hear is "seems that she ?? with them and she got tired
Complete thread -- all I can make out is followup exam and she got tired ?
Complete thread -- I hate short files on ESLs. Hard to catch how they pronounce things.
Complete thread -- but it seems that she ________ and she got tired and
Complete thread -- Been there, done that ...
Complete thread -- HIPAA!! Oh no you didn't.
Complete thread -- Uh, NO, if you cannot understand the name, you flag it or blank it or whatever, but you
Complete thread -- sheesh. If it is so critical, the dictating doc should've said it clearly. I feel for ya
Complete thread -- QA said I had a critical error and it was just sending a cc to an
Complete thread -- ascitic intraperitoneal fluid? SM.
Complete thread -- it would have to be seepage of to make more sense.
Complete thread -- seeping or seepage? seep isnt grammatically correct
Complete thread -- s/l seep or sleep
Complete thread -- I'd put:
Complete thread -- p.s. Apparently you can open .glo files in Word.
Complete thread -- ah, gotcha. I use my own "system" in Autocorrect, so prepared lists wouldn't be helpful
Complete thread -- can you make sense of final sentence? this is a lacrosse player after concussion
Complete thread -- if my msg was confusing....I am trying to build shortcuts in autocorrect.
Complete thread -- if my msg was confusing....I am trying to build shortcuts in autocorrect.
Complete thread -- Not sure what you mean by shortcuts. MedLexicon link up above (under FDA box)
Complete thread -- any site which has oncology shortcuts? pls help!
Complete thread -- agree. so tired of having to correct VR's protime to pro time. and it also puts
Complete thread -- yet that doesn't sound like HC. I was thinking HC for hematochezia but can't document.
Complete thread -- usually hear hematemesis there.
Complete thread -- The patient denies constipation, diarrhea, melnea, or s/l *HC*.
Complete thread -- I'd use a comma
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm sure I'll hear this one a lot.
Complete thread -- two things - "pro" time (slang for prothrombin time) and INR
Complete thread -- Thanks for that tip.
Complete thread -- Protime INR or protime INR?
Complete thread -- Thanks for pointing that out.
Complete thread -- Pt has 20/40 preop vision; 3+ nuclear sclerotic lens. Semicolon correct?
Complete thread -- views demonstrate (no s). Agree with your commas
Complete thread -- Comma placement correct here?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I, personally, would use no comma.
Complete thread -- Used to be, we could tell a doc about his "dictating habits" - not so much now-a-days.
Complete thread -- that's how I would do it.
Complete thread -- Hmm..I found it such as 50K, 25K, 10K...
Complete thread -- ohh, yes dictating with window open on freeway, football game cupping mic, whispering
Complete thread -- Is comma placement here correct?
Complete thread -- No, the noise is the airplane the doctor is riding in while dictating. Rebooting
Complete thread -- found this on google Trail Runs, 25k, 50k, Trail,
Complete thread -- Centerwatch.com Good drug site brand, generic and use
Complete thread -- worth a try, like a reboot when have PC and printer problem, it will keep
Complete thread -- furosemide?
Complete thread -- 50K? Correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both for trying.
Complete thread -- how is that going to get better sound?
Complete thread -- s/l seborith may be phlebolith (calcified blood vessels)
Complete thread -- suggest delete and repost, might get better sound
Complete thread -- sorry, that's a really bad sound file.
Complete thread -- new FDA Zontivity (vorapaxar) reduce risk of heart attack, stroke, cardiovascular
Complete thread -- baclofen, allopurinol, escitalopram, __________, potassium, ferrous sulfate....
Complete thread -- !! can you imagine if I had flagged that - the fool am I -(thanks for the rescue)
Complete thread -- jaw
Complete thread -- His JVP was increased to the angle of s/l "Joe" and auscultation of chest...etc.
Complete thread -- whatever... LOL - I was just saying that it could be given IV... OP said she couldn't find
Complete thread -- I'm not the OP. An IV is a drip. You can have something given as a push, but the
Complete thread -- thanks to those that tried.
Complete thread -- Not all IVs are "drip" - I'm confused. I just found where it was IV, I never said it was
Complete thread -- ? IVs are a drip.
Complete thread -- I googled IV nystatin - and saw that. not saying it is correct, but it is IV.
Complete thread -- hmmm.....
Complete thread -- suppurative os?
Complete thread -- where did you look? "Nystatin LF (Nyotran) is a liposomal, intravenous nystatin formulati
Complete thread -- small endocervical polyps with "seborith" os, no active bleeding. tia nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The patient’s blood pressure on the _________ was documented at 70/40,
Complete thread -- found this: (SM)
Complete thread -- I mean, I can't document that it is given intravenously.
Complete thread -- Nystatin drip?
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Definitely sounds like a "t". Thank you both :) nm
Complete thread -- Dynarex makes gauze, probably made into the throat pack
Complete thread -- seems redundant since "throat" there, but pharynx?
Complete thread -- Pediatric full mouth dentistry, a (s/l) *terenx* moist gauze throat pack placed/sm
Complete thread -- sure, he's just shortening it to lymph
Complete thread -- cuts? (not sure how, maybe digging with fingernails) ?
Complete thread -- tinnitus ?
Complete thread -- a guess sitz (bath)
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, will flag.
Complete thread -- No, he spells it, a bit unclearly, but definitely four letters.
Complete thread -- wax.
Complete thread -- cannot hear the "oid" in lymphoid, does just lymph aggregates make sense as well?
Complete thread -- meow?
Complete thread -- ENT - s/l cats in his ears
Complete thread -- agree with lymphoid aggregate (SM)
Complete thread -- lymphoid aggregate?
Complete thread -- Colonosocpy with s/l "lymph aggrevate" polyp
Complete thread -- Fleet enemas said real fast??? I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- treated with diltiazem cream and _______.
Complete thread -- Yes! It's valve! Thank you!
Complete thread -- OR - valve portion maybe?
Complete thread -- wag: valve?
Complete thread -- (I googled VP shunt portion) and that came up a lot)
Complete thread -- abdominal portion?
Complete thread -- malfunctioning VP shunt
Complete thread -- I went back and forth a lot. Thanks
Complete thread -- osseous formation
Complete thread -- Thanks,
Complete thread -- MP3 - ostial, osteophyte, osseous?
Complete thread -- I hear regurtive symptoms (regurgitative)
Complete thread -- I thought GERD or regurtive
Complete thread -- GERD (almost s/l GERD-uh but I think that's what he's saying)
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. I have 2 words I want to use.
Complete thread -- I really tried. I did even get what you did.
Complete thread -- Yeah! It was tough! He's saying MANEUVERS! Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- not having any luck finding anything like your s/l? s
Complete thread -- Neuro exam
Complete thread -- sometimes they say things that we run together but they may not have intended
Complete thread -- Thank you.. that is it.. PT did/does have a UTI. Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Imipenem/Cilastatin is used for urinary tract infections - maybe that's what what you hear
Complete thread -- sorry, found in archives
Complete thread -- I have referred him to one of our knee s/l arthroscopist. He says it
Complete thread -- s/l "amin-o-peninium celastin"
Complete thread -- kkjpnc hey how come? Obvious you lifted, recopied, creating a new thread
Complete thread -- 3. Rule out DN vs. MM L lateral knee. 4. ____(0:01:27.2) eczema. ...
Complete thread -- are you jealous perhaps and just want her to go away, I think so.
Complete thread -- appose as in the skin edges are in good apposition
Complete thread -- My take is she (lb)wants to take out competition. I recall one post was
Complete thread -- see how often k k j p n c keeps stirring the pot and does not count w/using anon moniker
Complete thread -- agree a real rabble rouser, took awhile to see but went by self moniker posts
Complete thread -- you're very welcome
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- to correct for PASA (proximal articular set angle) ?
Complete thread -- An Austin type bunionectomy was performed by removing all necessary so ...
Complete thread -- thanks. I did go with it.
Complete thread -- bet it was. I was just too quick to send it in.
Complete thread -- Found this but it pertains to eye allergies specifically.
Complete thread -- it sure sounds like that but doesn't make sense with dog hair and dust mites.
Complete thread -- that's the P word I was looking for. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think changing/correcting allergies to "perennial allergies" but not sure.
Complete thread -- The patient’s IgE level is elevated at 96. She has allergies to __________like burmu
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- hey...this could be right!
Complete thread -- a meal and concert?
Complete thread -- I flagged. Thanks for trying
Complete thread -- me either. guess i'm getting too old LOL
Complete thread -- All I got was MEO and that made no sense. I am certainly not up on the new guys
Complete thread -- Found a web page for concerts in NH, but it has future listings, not past. :( - and I
Complete thread -- Yeah he is saying this but it should be these since keratoses is
Complete thread -- This could be Dunbarton.
Complete thread -- wav file, this is in Concord New Hampshire.
Complete thread -- he's definitely fast, i'll give him that.
Complete thread -- I hear: to an extent of
Complete thread -- cross dissection with good extent of 2.5 to 3.0 cm ? (doesn't make a lot of sense to me,
Complete thread -- this focal discrete? or "these" focal discrete...s/l this focal to me.
Complete thread -- I will treat ___ discrete actinic keratoses
Complete thread -- thanks for last one - see message
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- (he said comma)
Complete thread -- Ortho Tri-Cyclen, oral contraceptive
Complete thread -- The patient takes ____ contraceptive.
Complete thread -- 1. Restrictive pulmonary disease of extra-pulmonic type. __________ is not excluded.
Complete thread -- ? quarterbacked
Complete thread -- certainly sounded like diffluent and the whole report was fine, except for that one word.
Complete thread -- Got it, in the setting of
Complete thread -- wav file.
Complete thread -- watermarked? doubtful, but "sounds" right.
Complete thread -- watermarked? doubtful, but sounds right.
Complete thread -- ESL psychiatric admission please see
Complete thread -- I'm referring to diffluent.
Complete thread -- Sorry I'm late...meaning not fixed, free
Complete thread -- moving on, flagging
Complete thread -- I believe blank #1 is "cone of light". Still need #2 and #3
Complete thread -- few blanks. Looked at dictators archived reports and cannot match what I have
Complete thread -- Not it, but thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- how so?
Complete thread -- listen for: definite plane
Complete thread -- Normal sinus rhythm, s/l H trebble left atrial abnormality. Thanks
Complete thread -- Says later as concentrate s/l counsel in oral morphine 2 mg
Complete thread -- chest pain?
Complete thread -- There is history of melanoma s/l chez-muh was negative. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Pt is treated for s/l eye-jang and shortness of breath TIA!
Complete thread -- oops, as in ultra-low dose...
Complete thread -- googling ul morphine comes up with a few hits for ultra-low morphine?
Complete thread -- s/l intense ul oral morphine 2 mg TIA!
Complete thread -- no abnormal sounds?
Complete thread -- Heart: Regular rate and rhythm s/l neck sounds. Abdomen is soft. TIA!
Complete thread -- I'm on my 11th hour of OT today and I'm just whooped. I blanked it...with a few choice
Complete thread -- sorry no help - I would think definable plane
Complete thread -- The definition sure fits...
Complete thread -- aaaah... diffluent maybe?
Complete thread -- defluent? SM - Poi, or any other rad MTs out there?
Complete thread -- just a guess, could it be lock roll (so pt doesn't roll off)?
Complete thread -- here is link to entire article
Complete thread -- found this: (sm)
Complete thread -- I just realized how stupid that question was. Of course she is.
Complete thread -- Is a DNP (doctor of nursing practice) addressed as Dr. ___?
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- mid
Complete thread -- unsure if he is saying midsection or meat section
Complete thread -- thank you! :) I thought he was saying a location and I could not make it out :)
Complete thread -- as the agent.
Complete thread -- not sure what he is saying
Complete thread -- I have one in Cali that dictates on a subway, and he wonders why half of it is cut off.
Complete thread -- yeah, he likes to dictate on airplanes next to screaming babies.
Complete thread -- that is the absolute worst sound file i've ever heard. s/l CHF, atrial fibrillation,
Complete thread -- Includes very severe obstructive sleep apnea syndrome/central sleep apnea
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think cervical makes more sense than acral.
Complete thread -- cervical?
Complete thread -- just realized, it's probably "acral"
Complete thread -- s/l ock-rull or lock-rull, sm for context
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- I do not, but not sure if anyone else does.
Complete thread -- do you cap guidelines or not in these instances?
Complete thread -- Then you did not see the post. Get over it
Complete thread -- okay, thanks :)
Complete thread -- that's how I would spell it
Complete thread -- pooing.... is this how you would spell it? Verbatim, not saying "pooping"
Complete thread -- got it, TheraHoney. thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- s/l ferahoney, ferrahoney, farahoney? Patient with elbow decubitus.
Complete thread -- agree with what you're hearing, and I believe it makes sense.
Complete thread -- NM...fissure
Complete thread -- right phalanx s/l facial with surgical repair TIA!
Complete thread -- MP3 uploaded... Thank you!
Complete thread -- don't think it would be opacified without using some type of imaging.
Complete thread -- Right frontal sinus orifice was *occupied/opacified* and could not be ...
Complete thread -- New account for me & dictator is traveling so difficult hear clearly...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Impression-dr. says what sounds like "acasted" pneumonia/aspiration pneumonia.
Complete thread -- funny, not one remote google hit for that word. Which MJ did you find something
Complete thread -- Either you didn't post here then or you're another D-defender. Nearly 100% of her
Complete thread -- I have found do-si-do as in dance for early stage baby development, but
Complete thread -- headache? (s sound coming from denies)?
Complete thread -- Of course. Quite the opposite, you bolstered my answer, not denigrated it.
Complete thread -- Patient denies s/l suh-dake blurry vision. TIA!
Complete thread -- I agree, it makes sense to me now.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- periodic s/l ess-see-mee-doh-see-doh to ensure adequate baby growth. TIA!
Complete thread -- he is clearly saying scarred-in defect
Complete thread -- "scarred-in defect"... clear as a bell and makes perfect sense to me.
Complete thread -- if your experience/exposure didn't assist you in realizing scarred-in is fine, then
Complete thread -- You need to practice what you preach. You are certainly not over yourself!
Complete thread -- not me...I hope you're talking to the "other poster"
Complete thread -- Just because google doesn't have it, doesn't mean it doesn't make sense. Makes perfect
Complete thread -- I so agree
Complete thread -- Oh-em-gee... some people need to get over themselves.
Complete thread -- thromboembolic/hemorrhagic?
Complete thread -- :thumbs up:
Complete thread -- Its in the archives. Nothing incorrect with something being scarred-in , enclosed
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- No history of thromboembolic s/l em-are-gee disorders. ESL TIA!
Complete thread -- I simply have never heard it over the years and can't verify, and as stated I think it's
Complete thread -- You took insult where none was intended. After seeming to subtly insult
Complete thread -- I'm sure my experience/exposure trumps yours. Your insults aren't
Complete thread -- p.s. and experience/exposure
Complete thread -- sometimes common sense trumps Google
Complete thread -- Can't find even one Google hit for "scarred-in"
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- yep, scarred in defect
Complete thread -- scarred-in
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything in the blank. I think he's just pronouncing the ED on scarred
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- good distinction there about a "historical" use for Pen-Vee K vs. penicillin V potassium.
Complete thread -- I don't think you know what you're talking about and don't believe bb would ever ask
Complete thread -- wow...that is just bad. I don't recall that post, but just wow.
Complete thread -- BB had to delete a TON of posts where a thread went to HLL in a handbasket where
Complete thread -- There was a period where D and W both were posting and it was a daily scramble
Complete thread -- Definitely
Complete thread -- yeah - the D person is the one I remember - she goes by many names now but you
Complete thread -- that's what I'm saying - whose time? and who is "she"?
Complete thread -- Me neither. I only know the D person
Complete thread -- Yep!!!
Complete thread -- I can't think of that
Complete thread -- Could be, but I can't hear it.
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- That and there was one that began with W and ended in N
Complete thread -- something to occupy "your" time
Complete thread -- Does the name start with a D and end in an E?
Complete thread -- primed to recumbent position, I believe.
Complete thread -- I remember that, but BB asked her not to so she would not attract
Complete thread -- It was certainly more controllable when the one poster went by a constant
Complete thread -- ^^^LIKE^^^^
Complete thread -- Yep and all because one certain poster cannot go away:(
Complete thread -- hame on you! LOL!! This is fun!!!
Complete thread -- LOL - I guess. One, though, seems to have his/her fingers on the wrong keys.
Complete thread -- Guess Nurse Ratchet is late doling out the medications this afternoon. Inmates
Complete thread -- He sounds like he knows what he is saying. I would flag if
Complete thread -- I'm blanking this. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- hit the nail on the hit? I guess you know gibberish by your own
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- it does not suggest to add, reword anything. Just how to render what was dictated
Complete thread -- And, there goes another post shot all to heck. OP, did you get your answer?
Complete thread -- That's actually what is sounds like, but I can't make sense of it.
Complete thread -- prior to recumbent position (but s/l he's saying prying instead of prior)
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- agreeing w/yourself? observer/jazze same person - and who is she/you?
Complete thread -- As evidenced below, I must have hit the nail on the hit. More gibberish
Complete thread -- hame on who? hand that etc?
Complete thread -- hame on you. Here a lot? Solving your own problems might work. Biting the hand that etc e
Complete thread -- dehiscence ?
Complete thread -- CT scan There is no "daysense of the bone" to suggest osteomyelitis
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- though over a bit of varus deformity
Complete thread -- This really sounds like the same poster who posted the other day
Complete thread -- yes, one does. Uninformed poster. You don't read them, do ya.
Complete thread -- not sure what he is saying
Complete thread -- agreee, she needs to get a hobby, a life, something to occupy your time
Complete thread -- I would do as 11-weeks 2-days gestational age.
Complete thread -- I sent it in with a blank. Now I'm wondering if maybe it was *in HER Barton chair*.
Complete thread -- It appears you do the stupid posts (you am, you am, you're IT)
Complete thread -- Ala-Cort infusion might want to double check out, I don't find "infusion"
Complete thread -- if that means questioning stupid posts, then I guess I am...
Complete thread -- Physical Therapy
Complete thread -- I doubt you will find a word like that in a medical journal.
Complete thread -- are you tagging posters?
Complete thread -- addendum Tessier surg word 3RD ED under pin pg 1628 strut type pin
Complete thread -- 11-2/7 weeks'
Complete thread -- s/l champers is likely chamfer(instrument) s/l pin struts likely struts link
Complete thread -- go as dictated?? HOW to type it - like what keys on the keyboard to use for what is heard.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tjat?
Complete thread -- I would go as dictated wc was probably first sentence, easier to read too
Complete thread -- correct way to type "11 plus 2" weeks gestiational age. Is it "11 +2" or "11 + 2"?
Complete thread -- thanks so very much!!!
Complete thread -- American Cancer Society shows punctuation and spaces, National Cancer Institute
Complete thread -- I doubt they moved him from one table to another if he was on the operating table to begin
Complete thread -- you DO need the hyphen chem-12, chem-24, whatever.
Complete thread -- ask employer how to proceed is best (guidelines for their facility)
Complete thread -- You asked, now how about some feedback? Do these replies work for you?
Complete thread -- operating table manufacturers list tooo long. Post voice file?
Complete thread -- BoS 2nd ED used to say spaces, no punctuation. Change came in 3rd ED to no spaces
Complete thread -- agree. No hyphen or cap needed, just generic list of labs sm
Complete thread -- breast cancer
Complete thread -- The patient was placed on the sl*hong table* and care was taken to pad all bony promi
Complete thread -- a normal? versus the other in the series?
Complete thread -- there is a Barton chair, but I have no idee on the "nora" part?
Complete thread -- tjat's how they talk and write medical articles too
Complete thread -- Physical therapy has just gotten her up into a *s/l: Nora Barton chair.
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Just me, chem-12...no trademark, not an acronym (CHEM), generic metabolic panel.
Complete thread -- is there a preferred way to type chem-24, Chem-24, CHEM 24, etc.
Complete thread -- I think it might be CLF (community living facility-a transitional residential setting
Complete thread -- something to do with grumous? (which is an adjective, though)
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Or maybe some credential for a caregiver? Something, just don't know
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. I will try and see what I can find in regards to that :)
Complete thread -- I hear that as well - name of facility where pt is?
Complete thread -- COF's? ability to
Complete thread -- I think he is saying "lamellar." TY, though. Link inside for archives.
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- I just about shart when I saw that.
Complete thread -- columella?
Complete thread -- I had to look that one up so I could giggle with y'all...
Complete thread -- 53-year-old woman who presents for consultation
Complete thread -- You're not the only one!!! hehe
Complete thread -- I did too for a long time. You never see it actually discussed either. Everyone seems
Complete thread -- thank you all for your help! :) It is GREATLY appreciated!!
Complete thread -- it is VERY confusing!! =/
Complete thread -- forgive me for giggling at the word "shart" -
Complete thread -- it don't fit me, and I bet it don't fit the OP. In fact, I don't even wear shoes when I
Complete thread -- I didn't know that about viridans -it's on the bacteria list so I thought it really was a
Complete thread -- I know, right? Mine gets smaller year after year. You could also print out this thread.
Complete thread -- then technically, this is 'right'... viridans group streptococci
Complete thread -- if the padded shoe fits.
Complete thread -- If I was every accused of padding, I would say, "take a look at my paycheck."
Complete thread -- ok, then you need a definition of what's considered slang and a list of acceptable short
Complete thread -- Verbatim but follow BOS. How confusing! I bet you change most everything.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- ack. sorry, sorry. genus capped if used with the species. I need a nap or caffeine.
Complete thread -- genus is always capped if used with the genus, i.e., Clostridium difficile. If not with
Complete thread -- and the funny is that there is actually no bacteria as Strep viridans, it is really a grou
Complete thread -- I have been MT for 10 years, but that was in house with no "rules". trying to get used to
Complete thread -- no slang is allowed in our accts... verbatim, but must follow AAMT, we correct if wrong
Complete thread -- nothing "wrong" with strep - it is a short form. But if it is part of dx should definitely
Complete thread -- verbatim, but we correct if wrong...
Complete thread -- for sure if it is dx. Otherwise, acct preference (might be accused of padding 8 letters)
Complete thread -- I always expand bacteria names (genus capped when species given) -- Streptococcus viridans
Complete thread -- when dictated "strep viridans" do you expand to Streptococcus viridans? or leave it?
Complete thread -- okay, thanks. Docs sure love to just use whatever comes to mind
Complete thread -- ack! what a terrible word. But it's "doable", per the definition of suffix "-esque".
Complete thread -- shunt?
Complete thread -- He's ESL, so he may have went back to his country for a minute?? LOL
Complete thread -- cystic duct was very close to the common bile duct, and there was a *shart* **
Complete thread -- pneumoniaesque ??? is this word doable? verbatim acct but we correct if wrong
Complete thread -- good teamwork!
Complete thread -- I can only think of stones and sludge being in the cystic duct, so maybe not a noun there
Complete thread -- got it thanks to you both! "but no yeast and no trich were noted" thx!!
Complete thread -- I think "squeezed" is fine (sometimes they "milk" it). Dunno what the grimmers are, tho.
Complete thread -- ditto. yeast or trich?
Complete thread -- no evidence of trich(omonas)? no signs of trich? (something with trich, I bet)
Complete thread -- Used Maryland grasper, sl*squeezd* the cystic duct to remove any*grimmers* or sludge
Complete thread -- ESL doc- Indian. patient with abdominal pain, "wet mount shows there are s.m.
Complete thread -- Also, 2 expansions exist. MET - Metabolic Equivalent for Task ·
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think that will do it!
Complete thread -- pin grew its. I do not hear grooves
Complete thread -- like this - pin GROO its? (with /t/ sound) or pin grooeys? (rhyming with bruits)
Complete thread -- that's what I would think, but I checked 2 abbrev books before posting, both say METS (?)
Complete thread -- pin grooves?
Complete thread -- Try this. s/m
Complete thread -- 1 MET, many METs, no cap S
Complete thread -- or "lysing"
Complete thread -- It definitely sounds like two separate words
Complete thread -- That is the best I can do. THanks
Complete thread -- congruence?
Complete thread -- A single local infusion?
Complete thread -- Help with sentence punctuation and blank, please. sm
Complete thread -- ahhhh - thanks so much
Complete thread -- Lysis? (would fit, since later says "after the thrombolysis")
Complete thread -- yes, but it is METS (metabolic equivalents)
Complete thread -- did you read the post? That's what we all hear, but there's no such word.
Complete thread -- mild activity including one flight of stairs, which is at least equivalent to 3*mets*
Complete thread -- chamfers for the first. Can you give a refined s/l for "pin gruits"?
Complete thread -- s/l lasing and Ala-Cort infusion
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- http://www.hpisum.com/04.drake49.pdf
Complete thread -- hypotalus repair
Complete thread -- I do hear pulse
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- are you saying you can't hear "hypo" in front of talus?
Complete thread -- may mean "pulse" dosing, method of giving drug;I have heard of this often in MTing link
Complete thread -- sounds clear talus=ankle sm
Complete thread -- It did sound like pulse. Someone else will probably come up with something that is right.
Complete thread -- I hear altered behavior
Complete thread -- We will _____ with Ex-Lax one to two squares per day
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- oops, the "and witholding" was supposed to be removed. That is what I am questioning.
Complete thread -- Plan: We will *pulse* with Ex-Lax
Complete thread -- He is a 3-year-old with constipation ______ and withholding behavior
Complete thread -- I thought of that, but I don't have any other
Complete thread -- lutein?
Complete thread -- Patient with recurrent hernia.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I use penicillin V potassium. but I'd check with your account specs/QA what you should do
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening though. Sometimes I forget to put my name in here ...
Complete thread -- Yes, it is! I love transcription! Every day is an adventure :) ...
Complete thread -- wow, that is really clearly stated. I would flag as I can't find anything either.
Complete thread -- ? hematoma versus a lytic calvarial lesion
Complete thread -- mp3 posted :)
Complete thread -- help with oph
Complete thread -- subdural hematoma s/l ess-elle lytic calvarial lesion. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks all for the input. Dictator pretty clear, so flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- Since Pen-Vee K is discontinued, what is the correct med to be transcribed? TIA!
Complete thread -- or maybe Surfak
Complete thread -- ? Citrucel can google. + entered laxatives
Complete thread -- That was the only s/l I could think of too, but it doesn't fit. Thanks for trying
Complete thread -- sorry just went by s/l-not a laxative
Complete thread -- Cytotec
Complete thread -- laxative s/l set-oh-tek TIA!
Complete thread -- past = (time) passed= (action) sm this might help for next time
Complete thread -- I believe s/l ciboxin is Ciloxan (ciprofloxacin) class: ophthalmic anti-infectives
Complete thread -- means it was cut into 4 sections.
Complete thread -- check link and see if you can match s/l with the commonly used antibiotics.
Complete thread -- I heard forequartered, believe means amputated the trapezium & removed with etc
Complete thread -- Conjunctivitis treatment with *siboxin* ? Cant find it
Complete thread -- Depends again on what the issue is. But if they say I and D, they probably won't
Complete thread -- sending. Thanks!
Complete thread -- yes, he is driving me bonkers :(
Complete thread -- I hear what s/l F as well...but does that make sense? four or fore and quartered
Complete thread -- it in space... I don't know about your account, but those tenses are way screwed
Complete thread -- anyone? needing to send this as it is marked STAT
Complete thread -- four and quartered?? core and quartered?
Complete thread -- many time they do all 4 - they incise, debride, drain, and irrigate - so only doc knows
Complete thread -- OK.
Complete thread -- hold it in space or hold in its base??
Complete thread -- not sure what he is saying
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- past. Mom passed Jr the mashed potatoes.
Complete thread -- past or passed in this case?
Complete thread -- Cool. But the verbatim issue had no bearing on my informing her of any
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- I hear ya.
Complete thread -- let me try to explain...
Complete thread -- If you'd pad 1/10, the idea is that you'll probably pad more, ergo "cheating"
Complete thread -- Depends on what the problem is. Things like abcesses are incised and drained. irrigatio
Complete thread -- I was referring to in general... how would one know which to choose each time. Sorry
Complete thread -- thank you so much. I was looking under the letter "M" because I could not tell
Complete thread -- Visalia (/vaɪˈseɪljə/ vy-SAYL-yə) is a city situated in the agricultural Sa
Complete thread -- what where was being I and D'd.
Complete thread -- cannot catch the city he states
Complete thread -- I and D. Slang list states to expand to incision and drainage or irrigation and
Complete thread -- that is what I thought, and wanted to make sure. Thanks!
Complete thread -- what's the motive to "pad" <1/10 of a line? how much does OP earn in 15 mins?
Complete thread -- no need to cc the addressee. They're getting the original.
Complete thread -- okay :) thanks! :)
Complete thread -- would you normally or not?
Complete thread -- someone just trying to stir up
Complete thread -- I am not quite sure what is "ironic" ?? I was asking for advice to add or not add ??
Complete thread -- I'm confused by this post. You said it is not considered slang, but then said fem-pop is?
Complete thread -- Oops, I'm sorry. I wasn't paying attention. Never mind.
Complete thread -- this isn't considered slang where I work, but fem-pop is.
Complete thread -- OP is questioning the "m" in ymp
Complete thread -- padding has nothing to do with verbatim. It has to do with accounts wanting to
Complete thread -- because it is verbatim, she can't add the word that is missing. I can add words w/o fear
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I don't see any correlation between padding and verbatim, but whatever.
Complete thread -- (that was not a dig at you, OP, just an observation about the silliness of "verbatim")
Complete thread -- ironic, tho, that OP took about 15 mins to arrive at decision not to "pad" with an extra
Complete thread -- SM (I think he's making up his word here)
Complete thread -- Need to add one last sentence from the end of report:
Complete thread -- the letter "O" is the combining vowel that combines femoral and popliteal
Complete thread -- s/l "Orbitum" seen though. Please see last sentence. Never heard him say that before
Complete thread -- but, this isn't really combining vowels. femoropopliteal. not 2 vowels
Complete thread -- there was no malice in my post meant whatsoever. Just short and to the point. Sorry =/
Complete thread -- I know emotions are difficult in the typed sphere, but it sounded terse.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks. I will leave it off :)
Complete thread -- ??? I was not being rude. (???)
Complete thread -- all accounts are different. Many accounts would consider that padding and that
Complete thread -- WELL EXCUSE ME. I just saw the expanded part. Bypass is adding words.
Complete thread -- would - not wound.
Complete thread -- I actually wound not add bypass, it is "understood" (IMO) that is what is meant.
Complete thread -- Sorry - read it wrong. My accounts do not like combining vowels, odd.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you much! :)
Complete thread -- it is a combining vowel, and is this way on my slang list. Question was if I add bypass
Complete thread -- I'd go ahead and add "bypass" - that's what it was even though not stated.
Complete thread -- the question was not whether I expand. It was if I add bypass. I know I have to expand
Complete thread -- True!
Complete thread -- The M is for metastasis. You were correct with the M0. See link inside
Complete thread -- I change mine to femoral popliteal bypass. One could hyphen that if they wanted.
Complete thread -- I expand everything that an account allows.
Complete thread -- fem-pop bypass is on slang list not allowed, expanded to femoropopliteal bypass
Complete thread -- That last possibility came to my head also. He never dictated anything before "epimacular
Complete thread -- well that's good - I always feel better if they can't get it either -- at least
Complete thread -- I can think of nothing that'd come before that dx. SM for some wags
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oscar
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- okay.. 0.1 mL (just checking)
Complete thread -- It is eye surgery. But he does dictate "cc" not milliliter. See context
Complete thread -- No, that's the only diagnosis. Puzzles me.
Complete thread -- metrics should use a decimal 1/10 = 0.1 but for eye drops it is 0.1%, not mL
Complete thread -- 0.1 mL (decimals with metric measure)
Complete thread -- that's the only dx? if more, maybe "include"?
Complete thread -- Dictated one tenth of a milliliter of dexamethasone. Is 1/10th of a milliliter typed
Complete thread -- Pre and postop Dx s/l "good" epimacular proliferation.
Complete thread -- flagged it, report sent with blank. ty
Complete thread -- QA did not get the med either
Complete thread -- sounds like mixing Prozac with Zoloft
Complete thread -- med list s/l prosoft 100 mg p.o. twice daily.
Complete thread -- I looked and looked. Will flag but hate to with a Stat.
Complete thread -- Yea, I hear it beginning with F or PH too, and she's probably trying to read the patients
Complete thread -- definitely the ending. I thought maybe fanapline too, but couldn't find anything
Complete thread -- I thought it was phenapline or venapline or ...
Complete thread -- s/l anapline? No idea.
Complete thread -- thanks but I'm looking for 'm' as a prefix. I think I have to flag it.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- I see "n" but not "m" like ypN
Complete thread -- cancer staging, 'm' as a prefix? See msg for context.
Complete thread -- thanks to you both. This guy makes me want to pull my hair out sometimes
Complete thread -- s/l "issue" but that really doesn't make sense; "in you" mebbe. He's too busy laughing.
Complete thread -- into ya? (nutrition into you?)
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- then my ears need cleaned. ;)
Complete thread -- I would request a copy for reference.
Complete thread -- okay, going with this. Thank you all so much!
Complete thread -- me either =/
Complete thread -- I can't hear that at all.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I sorta hear trachea mid ... right before neck is supple.
Complete thread -- so is this what he is saying then?
Complete thread -- too fast to say for sure 100%. sorry. Get a copy of his format to see how he
Complete thread -- If clearly hear it, I'd say fine. He probably wants to plan out ahead of time how
Complete thread -- does he say anything is clear between the pupils and the oropharynx? S/l 1 more thing is
Complete thread -- ESL - patient with hernia. The patient is obese and is trying
Complete thread -- She is right - conjunctivae is in there.
Complete thread -- equal and reactive to light and accommodation. Sclerae clear?
Complete thread -- equal to accommodation. Sclerae and conjunctivae ? You're right, fast
Complete thread -- no idea... cannot slow down
Complete thread -- I didn't either at first... ;)
Complete thread -- agree with Lembert sutures - sorry, my bad. I didn't read the whole post/context.
Complete thread -- verbatim acct, cannot add words
Complete thread -- I agree w/ "experiences it" but that refers to the pain not to the hernia... so SM
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- gets/experiences it a couple times a day... ?
Complete thread -- I have blank #2... it is perioral dermatitis. Still need help with #1 though
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Lembert sutures, misspoke as "incision"
Complete thread -- I believe this might be wrong - you don't reinforce with an incision... I'd say it was
Complete thread -- extra-strength
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- extra strength Tylenol or Extra Strength Tylenol? I cannot move it.
Complete thread -- agree - started to say echo... (eck) then added "2-D" (def. not technetium)
Complete thread -- it gives that when followed by "injury" but not when it is end of sentence
Complete thread -- have 2 blanks
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think I will flag though.
Complete thread -- Stedman's Orthopaedic, strain-sprain
Complete thread -- agree strain/sprain
Complete thread -- strain/sprain
Complete thread -- strain sprain or strain-sprain?
Complete thread -- Don't use technetium for an echocardiogram. Listen for SPECT and 2D echocardiogram
Complete thread -- Might have been a stumble on 2-D, I wouldn't want to guess if he had a "stress" echo or
Complete thread -- ceftriaxone antimicrobial therapy?
Complete thread -- s/l teck echocardiogram (sm) Would that be short for technetium?
Complete thread -- wav file. Thanks. Infectious disease consult for several areas of possible infection
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Symbol (if u can) is OK for any kind of degrees, not just temp - either way acceptable
Complete thread -- Thanks! GREAT help!
Complete thread -- snarkying a typo --sar "O"?
Complete thread -- did you also notice approved in Canada? Adding to confusion
Complete thread -- also can hear moon facies & cushingnoid, Cushing's syndrome, caused by excess cort
Complete thread -- 18-gauge... slides for cytology were made
Complete thread -- Thyroid nodule: sl/ *slight-sin-cytology* was made
Complete thread -- " US and Canada the clamp fastened to a workbench is a vise, but a vice is a moral flaw or
Complete thread -- it was on a viSe, not a vice. No Miami Vice.
Complete thread -- lots of? An ESL might phrase it that way.
Complete thread -- well, leave out spring - google strut and coil assembly
Complete thread -- strut and coil spring assembly ?
Complete thread -- Briggs and Stratton (ignition) coil
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Trichiasis is a medical term for abnormally positioned eyelashes, so y ...
Complete thread -- OK, all you auto mechanics out there... Help? :)
Complete thread -- Pg. 266 BOS2 (SM)
Complete thread -- I will search prior report
Complete thread -- trichiatic - is this spelled correctly, see some but not sure
Complete thread -- Only if he had it before and now it doesn't look like he has it?
Complete thread -- if he had that in the past and now they were not present, he could phrase it as loss of...
Complete thread -- also, I'd spell out degrees (since this isn't a temperature), but we aren't to use that
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Flagging.
Complete thread -- I agree, clarity
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- Even if you don't have to follow BoS, I agree with their reasoning - capping DOES look odd
Complete thread -- Thanks, all. I do not need to follow the BOS, however
Complete thread -- I believe it's Lempert
Complete thread -- I'd do "-60 to 70" (my accounts require "to" instead of hyphens, but also is much clearer
Complete thread -- on salt-poor albumin
Complete thread -- minus 60-70° of extensin or -60-70° of extension??
Complete thread -- Repeat tap in three days if stabilizes. *insult paul albumin* one bottle q. 6h.
Complete thread -- s/l Lambert incision
Complete thread -- throw the appropriate commas in and no problem.
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- TIP urethroplasty (Snodgrass) technique has gained wide acceptance among pediatric urologi
Complete thread -- Snodgrass
Complete thread -- They say not to do all caps in the BOS as it gives unnecessary emphasis to it.
Complete thread -- Eye exam..
Complete thread -- Byars
Complete thread -- s/l buyer's flap
Complete thread -- OPERATION: *snod grass* TYPE HYPOSPADIAS REPAIR WITH VASCULAR
Complete thread -- I think it is in same place - check archives or wait for someone else... don't have time
Complete thread -- where? All I see talks about idiosyncratic spellings, pHisoHex, et cetera?
Complete thread -- Initial cap only - not all caps. There's a rule about that in BoS.
Complete thread -- OOPS this belongs to the post above.
Complete thread -- Brand names always capped.
Complete thread -- Right up above these posts, there is the link to click on, to post or listen to a wav
Complete thread -- I only capitalize, not all caps, since a lot of places want you to cap allergies, and that
Complete thread -- look up above, where it says send/listen to .wav files. click there.
Complete thread -- Orthovisc, Monovisc, Synvisc
Complete thread -- Probably a stupid question
Complete thread -- KPS is over 100. Karnofsky performance score/scale/
Complete thread -- It does not appear that the records of _____ settlement are out of line with...
Complete thread -- He remains asymptomatic and is working full time. His ____. His ne ...
Complete thread -- tailgate
Complete thread -- he was able to keep playing and participate in ___ party after game.
Complete thread -- Nice. I use "gases" too, but I didn't know the verb/noun distinction.
Complete thread -- That's exactly the sort of thing I was looking for.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the input. Unsure, so flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Nothing to do with anything, but I use "gases" - SM
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- alright, thanks
Complete thread -- This has been debated for as long as I've been an MT (25 years). It is an acronym
Complete thread -- or acidosis... both would be seen on blood gases - has to do with pH
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- alkalosis?
Complete thread -- clap along if you feel like rumminess is the truth...
Complete thread -- you know... "gin & tonic" sounds exactly like "sho & tonic" (especially when spoken in all
Complete thread -- Venous gasses...the s/l al-quist was felt to be all respiratory. TIA!
Complete thread -- LB- You came across this in a dictation? Who said it? I'm having a hard time
Complete thread -- How do you know which one to use, FABER or fabere? in Stedman's Ortho
Complete thread -- I would think 8 inch (especially if it sounded like eighth inch)
Complete thread -- LOL...I wasn't "looking" at that either...
Complete thread -- I think she needed both.
Complete thread -- yea, I'd go with 18 too.
Complete thread -- Heck, I wasn't ooking at that. I was looking at the **and the...***
Complete thread -- Got a ruler? I don't know but 1/8 inch looks way, way tiny to do a hip through?
Complete thread -- yep - The gluteal aponeurosis is a fibrous membrane, from the fascia lata, that lies (SM)
Complete thread -- Hip arthroplasty
Complete thread -- Wouldn't Gemini laser be cap'd?
Complete thread -- What trash.
Complete thread -- put me in right direction pulsed-dye laser
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- stfu
Complete thread -- mho, he starts to say shampoo again, but then stutters top (shop/shot) then finally
Complete thread -- that's news to me and I'm bipolar! Thanks, lb
Complete thread -- coal tar ____ topical (s/l shop or shot?) no idea
Complete thread -- no question, but something I just came across - learn something new every day.
Complete thread -- "gone smaller" is hardly the same as "school pus." Lousy attempt at comparison. You're
Complete thread -- if you live in the south, you sar (well, from how my hubmonster talks) ;)
Complete thread -- Oh, I agree. It is the feeling of "being drunk" while not actually drinking. (but that
Complete thread -- pulsed
Complete thread -- verbatim?? ack!!
Complete thread -- for this one and last one
Complete thread -- I explained to the patient that if he wanted to have it treated it cou ...
Complete thread -- I don't remember sawing SKs, but I think I sar some AKs here recently.
Complete thread -- oooooh nooooo
Complete thread -- this is not referring to alcohol when you feel rummy :)
Complete thread -- I think the Civatte is to be capped, but check.
Complete thread -- oooh - cool. Never heard that one before.
Complete thread -- Poikiloderma of civatte.
Complete thread -- I have many accounts that are strict verbatim. If the dictator, depending on who it
Complete thread -- seriously? he probably said "gotten" anyway; if not, correcting to proper English is FINE.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: 1. ____. This is due to chronic sun exposure. This is ...
Complete thread -- Grover's?
Complete thread -- 7 days ago - The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved umeclidinium (Incruse
Complete thread -- No, it is not. Ellipta by itself is what you had. The single monotherapy
Complete thread -- He still had several inflammatory 2-3 mm papular vesicles on his back and flanks.
Complete thread -- Only rummy I knew was the card game, gin rummy. wait, maybe i drank gin while playing ?
Complete thread -- Got it. Keck School of Medicine
Complete thread -- "follows up regularly at *cec* USC"
Complete thread -- you saw
Complete thread -- agree!! changing doctor's dictations (IF SAID) because THEY don't approve or like it.
Complete thread -- you sar??
Complete thread -- I have heard of rummy before, as in saying "rummy dummy" but did not know about rumminess
Complete thread -- : queer, odd <feeling a little rummy from our trip up the escalator
Complete thread -- New one on me. Mine have abbreviated odd things but not that - not yet.
Complete thread -- you sar it just a few days ago here, maybe end of last week
Complete thread -- What does it mean?
Complete thread -- yes, that is what I heard
Complete thread -- gad, new one for me, never run into that as yet.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- WRONG!! I did not post "aka Breo".my thread messed up by others not knowing difference.
Complete thread -- that's how I'd spell it too
Complete thread -- definitely -- SKs (I've heard it before so it is not totally weird)
Complete thread -- that is probably it! thank you so much!! :) (yes he is weird too lol)
Complete thread -- spelling for rumminess?? She has some dizziness/rumminess in the morning
Complete thread -- I leave that most of the time. Just habit after a lot of verbatim accounts.
Complete thread -- Is he being weird and abbreviating SK seborrheic keratosis? That is my only guess
Complete thread -- escays?? no idea
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- At the time, corrected vision on the left improves to 20/20
Complete thread -- I dont hear holo, I just hear "grade out of 6"
Complete thread -- grade ? out of 6 systolic murmur on the apex. Cannot catch number
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- On corrected vision?
Complete thread -- I think it was messed up when you left off the Anoro on the original post, then said it
Complete thread -- does he says holosystolic murmur? sorry :(
Complete thread -- Eye clinic note
Complete thread -- Grade ______/6 systolic murmur at the
Complete thread -- NEW Afrezza(generic insulin human) Inhalation Powder type ! & 2 diabetes sm
Complete thread -- My new drug entry sure got messed up, there are 2 different drugs
Complete thread -- I'd have gotten with you!
Complete thread -- Probably a safe thing for you to just have gotten fishing.
Complete thread -- Left as dictated but added mg. Thanks
Complete thread -- Anoro Ellipta (umeclidinium bromide and vilanterol) supplied by GlaxoSmithKline
Complete thread -- per the BoS, there are NO spaces, so unless the acct specs say spaces, default
Complete thread -- Discharge medications – Lortab 7.5 with 325 acetaminophen (correctly transcribed?)
Complete thread -- Unless account specific, I would leave spaces: T2 N2a M0
Complete thread -- see how this is confusing. That is not "aka" Breo. This one is correctly
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks, jack. If I knew I would have gone so much flack, I would have
Complete thread -- That is exactly what that said. X AND Y... Good grief.
Complete thread -- Important, You need to "notice" 2 dif generic drugs. Combo umeclidinium and vilanterol
Complete thread -- cancer stages are always Roman , stage IV
Complete thread -- metastasis; ICD-9 198.5; stage IV (or 4) ... pathologic T2N2aM0 stage IIIA invasive
Complete thread -- thanks, thought so but was 100%
Complete thread -- fussiness and irritability
Complete thread -- been having increasing _____ irritability, and also
Complete thread -- approved Breo Ellipta (fluticasone furoate and vilanterol inhalation powder) for the long-
Complete thread -- was already in archives.
Complete thread -- was just going to suggest, on this page, look upward to "bacteria" & click it
Complete thread -- geez.. should be "not" quite AKA etc
Complete thread -- ot quite AKA Breo Ellipta(Breo Ellipta (fluticasone furoate vilanterol inhalation powder
Complete thread -- aka Breo Ellipta
Complete thread -- agree, absolutely agree. One needs to delved below "just filling in a 1 time blank"
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Ellipta (umeclidinium) (COPD) chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Complete thread -- I'm with you: "gone" should be "gotten" - rightly pointed out, despite what nutcase says.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Too cool! Glad it worked for me
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- fudge, wouldn't work for me, missing a plugin or something, but that's neat. Can
Complete thread -- Then you are worse off than you think I am. I have been doing this job since the 1980s.
Complete thread -- Found this site that has audio pronunciations of bacteria (see link).
Complete thread -- You need to look up these things so you can understand. Your question is how do
Complete thread -- believe it or not...
Complete thread -- nevermind, I believe he says xeroderma
Complete thread -- sigh.
Complete thread -- i'm so tired of posters like you
Complete thread -- at least I was in the ball park. Belotero can also be reversed within a day within an inj
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- That is not my question
Complete thread -- sho-bear?
Complete thread -- Hyaluronidase can be used to dissolve fillers made of hyaluronic acid, such as Belotero.
Complete thread -- sure matches the s/l though.
Complete thread -- I think that is an ingredient of Belotero?
Complete thread -- maybe something like Retin A?
Complete thread -- big guess, but hyaluronic acid?
Complete thread -- Belotero in the past which she had removed with *high lah roden ay* secondary
Complete thread -- this is probably what was said, say it fast it sounds like gone smaller
Complete thread -- Thank you! Working outside my specialty. :)
Complete thread -- cine
Complete thread -- The left heart catheterization, coronary angiography, and *s/l sin A* concluded...
Complete thread -- You obviously have no ESLs then. I hear them say stuff like that all the time. Depends
Complete thread -- You should cap it when it's dictated along with the species but not when the genus alone
Complete thread -- Never cap genus names when they are standing alone, no species given.
Complete thread -- I think my head is just spinning. Took wayyyy tooo long to do this report
Complete thread -- It's a suggestion on a help board.
Complete thread -- well, no cap, aspergillosis... mycobacterium, aspergillus. no caps on genus names
Complete thread -- click on the link above called "bacteria" and look for your s/l
Complete thread -- what exactly are you questioning? Sounds good to me. Aspergillosis is not cap'd though.
Complete thread -- hehe. Not to nitpick, but shouldn't there be a period or a semicolon after "masks"?
Complete thread -- side saddle, I do believe
Complete thread -- SM Please have a look and any opinions would be appreciated
Complete thread -- sounds like sinus saddle gait
Complete thread -- just look them up. "The pinworm (genus Enterobius) is a type of roundworm (nematode), and
Complete thread -- It is quite easy. You do need to read up more if you haven't figured it out by now.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- and I am still confused but will put some time into it later
Complete thread -- Yes, TY
Complete thread -- I think my question is misunderstood. I get confused about how to tell what is the genus
Complete thread -- liposomal amphotericin?
Complete thread -- he's known to have said "not examined" in the past-maybe suggesting this
Complete thread -- SM This report is kicking my butt!
Complete thread -- Could it be "none" and he means no degenerative changes to exam of the
Complete thread -- sure
Complete thread -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinworm
Complete thread -- Can you copy and paste "everything else" in exam?
Complete thread -- this made me laugh
Complete thread -- http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK8808/
Complete thread -- Genus is the higher rank, species falls under genus. Genus always capped. species
Complete thread -- PE
Complete thread -- Need some clarifying here
Complete thread -- sometimes ya gotta laugh at work, or you'd end up crying with our job.
Complete thread -- kkjpnc - that is so funny! I read that and then re-read what I had written - just busted
Complete thread -- if dictated, I'd go with it, their report, that's how they talk too.
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- gotten smaller (not gone)
Complete thread -- radiation tanning is a very common side effect.
Complete thread -- hahaha - that was hilarious! Just one letter off... wow.
Complete thread -- Side effects from RT can be breast edema, fibrosis, and "tinting, tenting, or tanning
Complete thread -- never was a problem for me.
Complete thread -- Besides - I already said my guess was same as yours.
Complete thread -- Yes, it did, actually. The ? is just a formality.
Complete thread -- eek, should be "hole" in heart" not HOLD. Hard to type in tight spaces for me
Complete thread -- Hope you see a doc for that condition... ;)
Complete thread -- You can't find what does not exist anyway.
Complete thread -- Say right in the OP post PDA wc=patent ductus arteriosus (hold in the heart) sm
Complete thread -- why would I find YOU another answer? you're gonna be waiting a long time, pal.
Complete thread -- I am surprised Google did not find Genteal when I looked. I was 1 letter off and got
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! A very long stat they want yesterday. Did not want to
Complete thread -- no, wav did not say this at all
Complete thread -- your post was " best ???? correction in place" I said YES, & explained what it meant.
Complete thread -- found Optive , maybe just mispronouncing?
Complete thread -- GenTeal solution, still looking for #2
Complete thread -- wav 2 words, thanks
Complete thread -- xactly.
Complete thread -- You've never had a doctor flub up pronounciation. Find me another answer then.
Complete thread -- I agree - don't know what else it could be, but thread is not exactly a morass.
Complete thread -- OP didn't say. I'm saying *sir ru* doesn't s/l *arteriosus*
Complete thread -- I agree. I can't think of a thing other than arteriosus being said very fast.
Complete thread -- still don't know what else it could be. but this whole thread became a morass.
Complete thread -- if you didnt see the other post (which I didn't) how would you know OP said it doesn't s/l
Complete thread -- there's your response.
Complete thread -- I don't understand your post at all, so I guess whatever. I posted plenty of context
Complete thread -- I don't think you understood my post. I put ??? in place of what
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Just making a comment. Nobody is stopping the OP from responding.
Complete thread -- wha? What else could it be. Let the OP respond.
Complete thread -- that would have been my guess, too, except OP has it already in other post and doesn't s/l
Complete thread -- patent ductus arteriosus
Complete thread -- There was a trivial left-to-right ventricular shunt noted.
Complete thread -- . She has small residual patent ductus *sir ru*, which is currently of no hem
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ventricular septal defects. No _______ left to right
Complete thread -- agree - the post had an equal sign, the s/l is not = to what was given.
Complete thread -- some context would help us help you - what part of the body? and what do you have after
Complete thread -- He says right, not R, but you wav cuts off too quick at the end.
Complete thread -- prior to the accident of 2/7/14. _______ the pain became severe
Complete thread -- shave skin biopsy was performed on the lesion from the R anterior ___
Complete thread -- It still doesn't make sense that you put PQMR and didn't put PQRS either in the subject
Complete thread -- through a limbal-based peritomy?
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- Googling it should help!
Complete thread -- EEG samples anyone?
Complete thread -- That is what I was saying - PQMR (Physician Quality Measure Reporting) did not
Complete thread -- here is a website for eye report samples. Might look after your shift to learn terms LINK.
Complete thread -- through a medial or middle based peritomy?
Complete thread -- ohh but OP did not have that at all (no "M")
Complete thread -- lateral rectus muscle "through a" _?___peritomy
Complete thread -- I was asking a question, not posting an answer thus no source to post. It just didn't
Complete thread -- more helpful with source posted/
Complete thread -- A lid speculum was placed first on the right side isolating lateral re ...
Complete thread -- Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) It was in the link Yes
Complete thread -- that's not the s/l. It's PQRS which is Physician Quality Reporting System
Complete thread -- sorry, got error ??? in post. It IS best correction
Complete thread -- Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS)
Complete thread -- yes, best ???? correction in place. Mean a plastic lens is placed in the vision machine sm
Complete thread -- wouldn't that be PQMR not PQRS?
Complete thread -- Thanks- will note for next time.
Complete thread -- s/l = Physician Quality Measure Reporting (Medicare/Medicaid) click link
Complete thread -- Flagging.
Complete thread -- s/l PQRS measurement
Complete thread -- Got it - phaco-trab
Complete thread -- Eye exam
Complete thread -- Guessing that is capillary filling time???? 2 seconds is "normal", so maybe the patient
Complete thread -- I have to know what CFT is ?
Complete thread -- Sonogram NCWD, P and C with WHCOM. TIA!
Complete thread -- CFT is less than "2 plus 5". Is 2 plus 5 a correct measurement?
Complete thread -- I hear you, but this is verbatim, even with slang and short forms.
Complete thread -- I do verbatim and there are degrees of verbatim. I have many verbatim accounts
Complete thread -- I meant approved of that (meaning abbreviating)
Complete thread -- That was probably it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Yes, I do understand that, but this is a verbatim account.
Complete thread -- That's me! Standing there in the kitchen with the cabinet door open and wondering what on
Complete thread -- but it does. BoS 2nd page 190. Clearly states to not abbreviate species name
Complete thread -- I'm seeing "spectacle correction" on Google. Maybe he is saying just "spectacle."
Complete thread -- Thanks!! he is getting a blank. He deserves it! LOL
Complete thread -- neither if it is supposed to go where you have the ????? Bactigel is a hand
Complete thread -- Thank you for pointing that out, though. I thought BOS approved of that, but it doesn't.
Complete thread -- Not used to eye op notes. It s/l bactogil or bectogel
Complete thread -- C-scope means colonoscopy. (I've heard it before. Trust me.)
Complete thread -- The doc is lumping all lab tests and procedures together in 1 section.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It is verbatim, but we are asked to expand in procedural sections.
Complete thread -- really shouldn't abbreviate difficile either. C difficile
Complete thread -- I don't know about "normally". I've NEVER had an account where we could expand it.
Complete thread -- I would not put a hyphen in Escherichia coli.. Escherichia coli-confirmed
Complete thread -- yes and probably a more drastic procedure than colonoscopy but can be used for GI problems
Complete thread -- How to hyphenate this construction (see context)
Complete thread -- Thanks. All I got was a mumble.
Complete thread -- which is just another term for laparoscope/ laparoscopy.
Complete thread -- as it is anyway
Complete thread -- wav file, chest pain is presenting symptom.
Complete thread -- I'd use General: Top of report (just like in P.E.)
Complete thread -- celioscope?
Complete thread -- Thanks - just found it also !
Complete thread -- Oh, all right. Thanks
Complete thread -- colonoscope
Complete thread -- I think he is trying to say Xopenex. It comes out xopen the 2nd time. Flagging.
Complete thread -- I think that's what he means, colonoscopy. C-scope probably short for colon scope. Thanks
Complete thread -- American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons.
Complete thread -- colonoscopy. I've never seen it abbr that way, but if you do, I'd put C-scope?
Complete thread -- Pt. with hematochezia. Plan for s/l C scope. Is this typed correct?
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- yw. I hear it all the time.
Complete thread -- Xopenex HFA ?
Complete thread -- patient to receive silicone implants after mastectomies - see msg
Complete thread -- Great one! I had heard of it - about twice in 5 years or so. Totally forgot
Complete thread -- thank you so very much! I have never heard of that before. :)
Complete thread -- tactile fremitus
Complete thread -- ductal?? something?
Complete thread -- It sounds like xopen nitro or xopen natural
Complete thread -- tactile parameters? Never heard the phrase myself.
Complete thread -- wav file. Asthma is in the history. I think I have an idea but the 2nd half of the
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- High cholesterol is the leading cause of heart disease. not 'vascular' in this sense
Complete thread -- but high cholesterol causes vascular problems. and varicose veins are vascular right?
Complete thread -- cardiac for high cholesterol? Just not a "proper" fit for it since it is not a
Complete thread -- varicose veins are caused by weakened valves in the arteries and veins, has nothing
Complete thread -- would vascular heading be more appropriate for both together?
Complete thread -- question... being that high cholesterol has to do with gumming up the arteries, would GI
Complete thread -- okay, thank you much!
Complete thread -- Varicose veins could go under a "vascular" heading. High cholesterol really not kosher
Complete thread -- what header would this go under in ROS??
Complete thread -- I was hearing reported time of 2 minutes. Guess I better flag.
Complete thread -- actually, it sounds more like routine point 5 in 2 minutes. The more I listen, the more I
Complete thread -- I think sleep latency 15.9,-- wait for others to listen too
Complete thread -- I could definitely use one for my short-term memory. I can remember what I wore to
Complete thread -- wow. sorta s/l 13.5 and 2 minutes but that makes no sense to me?? hopefully someone else
Complete thread -- some need more than just something to help w/memory though.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sleep study showed a sleep efficiency of 69.9%. Sleep latency was ______2 minutes.
Complete thread -- ooh - good post! Several people on this board need a brain implant!
Complete thread -- Tissue engineering of replacement skin: the crossroads of ...
Complete thread -- News - brain implant in the works to restore memory, brain injury and Alzheimer
Complete thread -- Thanks you!
Complete thread -- Thanks - I thought I heard that, but it doesn't google
Complete thread -- advanced therapy skin substitutes
Complete thread -- multiple applications of advanced ___ substitutes and compression bandages
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I do, but I suppose it depends on your account preferences.
Complete thread -- sho bear
Complete thread -- and you moan and groan too much - just trying to have a little fun. If you
Complete thread -- is alk phos normally expanded?
Complete thread -- shill bear
Complete thread -- chillburr ?
Complete thread -- and chill came tumbling after
Complete thread -- exactly. Thanks, jack
Complete thread -- also the /LL/ sound doesn't really count cuz it is swallowed by the /B/ sound
Complete thread -- double sigh.
Complete thread -- we're talking about hearing - not pronouncing
Complete thread -- I can see TONS of similarity between sh and zh. I cannot however, make
Complete thread -- actually, most of us are MTs
Complete thread -- fwiw, I agree w/fgs - they DO sound similar w/bear, just not so much as individual words
Complete thread -- Not really. I mean most of us realize sho and jill really sound nothing alike.
Complete thread -- shobear. jillbear. (are you really going to argue this?)
Complete thread -- sho watt?
Complete thread -- much like this thread.
Complete thread -- but they sho came tumblin down
Complete thread -- think that's it
Complete thread -- Jack and Sho did not go up the hill to fetch a pail of water.
Complete thread -- It was - a sputum grew MYSA
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- a Meige?
Complete thread -- agree, superficial and deep lobes
Complete thread -- with *ah may sh*syndrome and blepharospasm
Complete thread -- superficial and deep lobes?
Complete thread -- superficial "MB" globes of the parotid?
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- if you insist. ?
Complete thread -- does it sound anything like properitoneal inguinal fat?
Complete thread -- (which sounds a lot like "sho" when spoken)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- trend is dropping hyphen in metrics, but you wouldn't use one in that spot anyway.
Complete thread -- the proper pronounciation is not "sho"... it is zheel or most commonly Jill-bear
Complete thread -- This was found to be **appropriate?/propia?** inguinal fat.
Complete thread -- hmmmm...ok.
Complete thread -- Gilbert's - French pronunciation
Complete thread -- first blank isn't there but I hear NIH stroke scale is now 0 for 2nd blank.
Complete thread -- We asked him to keep an eye on his bilirubin as he has known s/l sho-bears
Complete thread -- It was a laparoscopic gastric sleeve, and thank you!
Complete thread -- emergency room because _______ speech arrest ... TIA or CVA. ______ scale is now 0
Complete thread -- fundo (fundoplication)
Complete thread -- if general endotracheal anesthesia, then I doubt it.
Complete thread -- is this a lap chole or some other procedure?
Complete thread -- ESL: clearly visualizing the angle of His and sl*photo* Belsey.
Complete thread -- via ileoscopy? (dunno if that's a way to give anesthesia or not -maybe someone else does)
Complete thread -- General endotracheal anesthesia administered safely on first attempt**via ili ostopy*
Complete thread -- Yep, THANKS!
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- panniculus --dense layer of fatty tissue growth, consisting of subcutaneous fat in the low
Complete thread -- Haven't done MT in a while, doing a favor for a friend. Please s/m.
Complete thread -- where is this doctor located? Any clue is better than none.
Complete thread -- I never seem to have questions when straight typing but maybe the reports are easier.
Complete thread -- I never was sure since this particular doc sends his patients all over the state
Complete thread -- pes varus?
Complete thread -- risk management? (seems like there's another syllable in there tho)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- can you narrow it down to a location in Maine? a nearby hospital? Town?
Complete thread -- dural tear, leak,
Complete thread -- but not limited to ______ bleeding, infection, partial nerve damage
Complete thread -- Lovenox in lieu of aspirin in terms of ________ management
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of what s/l Ducks Nursing facility in Maine?
Complete thread -- I bet it did mess you up - stupid VR messes me up all the time.
Complete thread -- I always wonder if VR hadn't had just in there if maybe I would not have gotten all goofed
Complete thread -- That totally makes more sense - Thanks again!
Complete thread -- necessary to supplant the tissue
Complete thread -- I sent a WAV
Complete thread -- the blank really sounds like plant. Could that be right? I hear the T so planned does
Complete thread -- I do too. Especially like these who are students and there is simply no way to
Complete thread -- may be slanging?? degenerative/ degeneration (area)
Complete thread -- Sorry. but I think we gave it our best shot. I do get tired of trying to find
Complete thread -- I found another that was close from that site but will flag.
Complete thread -- I will give it another listen. Thanks. That is closer than anything I found. And it would
Complete thread -- I found reference to a Nicole Moraco but I don't see any credentialing
Complete thread -- I tried Dartmouth-Hitchcock because you made me figure out what DMS stood for and nothing.
Complete thread -- OP already decided to flag, so
Complete thread -- I could not find anything using that 'credential'... even at that facility, but I could
Complete thread -- I think it is for Dartmouth Medical School
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree Automatic biopsy needles spring-loaded devices, automatically trigger a
Complete thread -- It is what Concord Hospital calls their surgical residents/students
Complete thread -- dms3? what is that?
Complete thread -- Looking for a surgical assistant in the Concord NH area. Last name sounds like
Complete thread -- pes cavus?
Complete thread -- Pes anserinus ("goose foot")
Complete thread -- just a guess, that he is actually referring to how they get the biopsy?
Complete thread -- discussed previously about *spring loading* the lesion and weekly biopsies.
Complete thread -- sorry - ABnormal gait.
Complete thread -- 15 month old well child exam notable for *peds-airs,* normal gait
Complete thread -- groan... you 3 are too much
Complete thread -- ahh, glad you got it, was waiting to hear wav
Complete thread -- I bet it is spastic, b/cuz Fibromyalgia involves painful muscles, ligaments
Complete thread -- Haha, he's saying absolute eosinophilia.
Complete thread -- a sputum with MRSA
Complete thread -- Doc says "F-slew" eosinophilia.
Complete thread -- ___ to rule out MRSA. Can't make out what he says prior to "to rule out"
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Sorry... will have to figure out a different way to make them. Just sending this to QA
Complete thread -- I use IE 10 and have never been able to hear yours
Complete thread -- (great... using Google Chrome now, I can't hear my own .wavs anymore!)
Complete thread -- maybe... I added .wav
Complete thread -- aplastic?
Complete thread -- Doctor is saying chronic ____ syndrome/fibromyalgia...
Complete thread -- Thank you poi.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot minna. ...
Complete thread -- oh, I hear that now too. Good job helper and OP
Complete thread -- oh, I hear that now too. Good job helper and OP
Complete thread -- Oh so maybe "unfortunate lady I have been working on"??
Complete thread -- I hear "had been working on" but don't know what that would
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- sorry, makes no sense to me.
Complete thread -- Unfortunate lady ____ for many years. The patient’s initial injury wa ...
Complete thread -- abnormal count? of no account? hard to tell without the flow of more context.
Complete thread -- Indications: Unfortunately ____ for many years. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- glue ear
Complete thread -- Don't know how a hallway could be like a loop, but if you
Complete thread -- Attention was paid to the right ear. Using microscope, cerumen was re ...
Complete thread -- He'll get what he dictated. It's clear. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Several "hallways" of jejunum were examined.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- yo, Lilly... did you decide for/against ecchymotic? sounded like a good guess to me.
Complete thread -- That is what I finally decided on, thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- suspicion
Complete thread -- Moving on, it is stat
Complete thread -- agree with lift-off strength and not left.
Complete thread -- it might be lift-off strength
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- help with ortho mp3 posted
Complete thread -- midline (one word)
Complete thread -- ecchymotic?
Complete thread -- ecchymotic
Complete thread -- Surgical eval
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- reversal
Complete thread -- Eye exam
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- scaphoid abdomen. Type: Term. Definitions: 1. a condition in which the anterior abdominal
Complete thread -- yes - that means it sort of sinks in rather than pooching out
Complete thread -- never mind, I see it's fine
Complete thread -- Abdomen was soft and s/l scaphoid. There was no hepatosplenomegaly.
Complete thread -- well, if you have to ask...haha
Complete thread -- I think "oblongated" is fine - oblong shaped .
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- is that called a "simulataneous" ??
Complete thread -- OMG - it was a tie down to the second!!
Complete thread -- sphincter of Oddi, I believe
Complete thread -- sphincter of Oddi?
Complete thread -- s/l sinkor ovodi disease
Complete thread -- probably did say oblongated, this is how they frequently fancy it up"talk'
Complete thread -- misdirected totally, good heavens people, 1 innocous post and get all this, scheez
Complete thread -- definitely says OB, think I will flag - maybe she meant elongated
Complete thread -- never heard that before, could it be elongated head
Complete thread -- s/l oblongated head
Complete thread -- I think the patient is pronouncing this, not the doc, per se, and I see on one
Complete thread -- I thought penicillin because of the other allergies to Bactrim and sulfa drugs
Complete thread -- Thanks all - flagged both the one I thought was penicillin and the other one.
Complete thread -- nope, he's clearly saying complement. thanks
Complete thread -- I hear the "t" sound also; could it possibly be ventolin?
Complete thread -- I was between ceftazidime, Ceftin, and one other. Will flag. Also will flag penicillin.
Complete thread -- and I hate to say it, but are you sure about penicillin? s/l he has a /t/ in there
Complete thread -- are you debating ceftin/cefepime? (cuz I hear cefetin and would have to flag)
Complete thread -- I was gonna say Ceftin, but he's got an extra "a" in there, like cefapine but saying
Complete thread -- might simply be narcotic
Complete thread -- wav file, debating between 2 drugs, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- Valium is capped
Complete thread -- I wonder if pt or doc is confusing w/Norco - which contains acetaminophen but doesn't have
Complete thread -- bony component?
Complete thread -- cannot even get a flawed hit for narcocet on search. I'd flag it, or put quotes
Complete thread -- cannot even get a flawed hit for narcocet on search. I'd flag it, or put quotes
Complete thread -- It was for this report. But I save everything he says for next time.
Complete thread -- s/l narcocet
Complete thread -- bony complement? not familiar with this and google isn't helpful
Complete thread -- and i see it as matrix autologous chondrocyte implantation (MACI)
Complete thread -- Matrix-induced Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation (MACI),
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- fall shut?
Complete thread -- Forgot to say, every heard of a maici procedure (he spells this out too)
Complete thread -- SM tia
Complete thread -- Eyes *four* shut whey they are opened
Complete thread -- that's a great guess, mj - I wonder if we'll ever know if you're right or not
Complete thread -- yes - that was some misdirected snark (intended for wav-requester)
Complete thread -- this is what started it all. Not enough attention for U today>? - awww
Complete thread -- could it be talar discontinuity?
Complete thread -- sounds more like nightmare on elm to me... ha
Complete thread -- so are the days of our lives. Yep.
Complete thread -- I think the problem started with the nm poster wanting a wav...
Complete thread -- Wow. I just popped on and actually have posted as nm too today because I didnt think my
Complete thread -- thanks for the backup oscar - looks like it's going to be "that kind of Monday"-haha
Complete thread -- On examination today, she has significant pain on the plantar surface of the left
Complete thread -- I think your post was fine, poi, and supports the given answer.
Complete thread -- and which poster would you like to bug off?
Complete thread -- no, there are 37 different nm posters
Complete thread -- I only claim one NM post(of the FOUR) and this is it. Bug off
Complete thread -- actually I was trying to support the answer the the OP accepted
Complete thread -- well now that it was suggested, I hear that pretty clearly.
Complete thread -- error, there are 4 different NM posters
Complete thread -- there are a TON of 'nm' posters. The content of the post though is unique.
Complete thread -- There are 2 different "NM" posters, so stop it, Stop your usual stalking
Complete thread -- that answer was given and accepted already? Not enough attention for U today>?
Complete thread -- thanks for haring, yes heard often with eye stuff. here is eye glossary for ya link
Complete thread -- I listened, and it sure s/l "I'll put a port in" to me.
Complete thread -- from Merck Manual -A lytic appearance is characterized by clear areas of bone
Complete thread -- yes, heard MP3 from below post. "I will put a port in". Not heard him in awhile
Complete thread -- still might BE it, though
Complete thread -- The other day, someone asked something about "wool" on an eye exam, and I just got
Complete thread -- I heard your mp3 and thought maybe erythropoietin but did not post, cuz too unsure.
Complete thread -- OP said it is permeative - why do you want a wav?
Complete thread -- can post a wav? primitive immature, permeative (holes)
Complete thread -- fleck of bone?
Complete thread -- The knee radiographs demonstrate substantial valgus arthritic disease. He also has a
Complete thread -- Don't think it fits either. I did have an mp3 posted but no one heard anything so posted
Complete thread -- hepatic encephalopathy (not para)?
Complete thread -- actually, you "hear" primitive...
Complete thread -- a port is a tube, maybe has ascites? fluid retention
Complete thread -- (don't think "put a port in" fits the context)
Complete thread -- got it, mineralization...thanks
Complete thread -- might be saying "erythropoeitin" - I'm not 100% that fits, but maybe someone else knows.
Complete thread -- Bone marrowization looks normal. is that a word marrowization??
Complete thread -- the abdomen and *put a port in*. He will und
Complete thread -- Permeative is it. THANKS SO MUCH
Complete thread -- permeative?
Complete thread -- nope. proliferative?
Complete thread -- No she says primitive
Complete thread -- sure it's not degenerative changes?
Complete thread -- Does the word "primitive" make sense here.
Complete thread -- there is (are) normal-appearing extremities. (hope I'm not too late)
Complete thread -- , I will order CT of the abdomen _______. He will undergo his neurological workup
Complete thread -- Flagging, stat, moving on, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- wav file, try again?
Complete thread -- aw shucks
Complete thread -- You never fail to amaze me!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- a laser eye surgery
Complete thread -- wav file, this is surgical history
Complete thread -- to the gross tumor (volume ) see link
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- initial field was treated ________ +1.5 cm margins
Complete thread -- with so-called Korsakoff psychosis
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- abuse with _______ of necrosis. At this point, I will order CT of the abdomen _____
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Plavix. I have rewritten his prescription
Complete thread -- negative obturator
Complete thread -- I have given him redirect in his prescription is what it s/l to me.
Complete thread -- Negative psoas _______ signs
Complete thread -- I have given __________ prescription
Complete thread -- got it - He does eat his solid food reasonably well taking up to two jars a day.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- He does _____ reasonably well taking up to two
Complete thread -- the current doses _______ lab results
Complete thread -- the patient states that his "irritable bowel" goes (not - he has)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think he says "stools are described"..and then changes his mind and says
Complete thread -- The patient states that he has “irritable” bowel goes between constipa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He describes them as (quote) "external"
Complete thread -- hernia repair several times with mesh placement at the s/l dee-gens
Complete thread -- The patient tells me that he has hemorrhoids. They do bleed. They bl ...
Complete thread -- Wonder if the OP even came back and saw this. It certainly fits.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just doublechecking. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- so confusing sometimes, but I agree with you.
Complete thread -- She has approximately 450 cc difference between the breasts. Elsewhere she is discussing
Complete thread -- If we are discussing breast size, that would be cc and not mL, but the implant would
Complete thread -- I hear all three
Complete thread -- Yep, I can hear it, but she slurred all together as 1 word. no sugsweetbevges
Complete thread -- Bet it is. Was just finishing cc's so had the time to add it.
Complete thread -- Really? I actually listened for that!
Complete thread -- same thing as before? No sugar-sweetened beverages?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway, Sending in.
Complete thread -- sorry, glimpse is normal not are
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. There is a whole lot of dead air before the blank.
Complete thread -- normal and glimpse of the mid-periphery are normal (not and)
Complete thread -- Eye clinic note
Complete thread -- Got it! "amorphous" scar tissue
Complete thread -- eye surgery
Complete thread -- Got it, sugar sweetened. she said it slower later on
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- See link for Grover disease...
Complete thread -- Grover's/bullous pemphigoid OR Grover's and bullous pemphigoid?
Complete thread -- More context? Sentences before & after?
Complete thread -- I know what you said it s/l, I was just guessing maybe saying "gross" since I can't
Complete thread -- No. Groves, like an apple grove.
Complete thread -- Gross?
Complete thread -- Clear as day -- Groves bullous pemphigoid
Complete thread -- I think I can hear that now. Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- borderline anterior chambers, pressure 21, ... what i hear
Complete thread -- I hear "cataracts and borderline ? pressures are " cannot make out
Complete thread -- Eye exam
Complete thread -- Yeah, I'm gonna go with tendinosis since it is a word. thanks BB
Complete thread -- tendinosis / tendinotic? probably not much better.
Complete thread -- tendonitic change ? (SM) Thanks
Complete thread -- agree nm#2
Complete thread -- agree chordae tendineae (rubber band looking structures of mitral & tricuspid heart valves
Complete thread -- ? respiratory disease other than
Complete thread -- irbesartan (with) hydrochlorothiazide.
Complete thread -- i am switching BP med to "Ib-ber-stout" and HCTZ which is an ARB.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- fibrillation, brief, suspected due to above.
Complete thread -- STAT transfer have blank
Complete thread -- I think this is "with this low of" :)
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Oh thank you so much! That makes sense!!
Complete thread -- Also chronic insufficiency which improved. (chronic what insufficiency?)
Complete thread -- graft-versus-host disease?
Complete thread -- s/l ** RAF-ri-SIS-ils disease **
Complete thread -- thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- set him up for such (the wound VAC)
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- in her physical ability
Complete thread -- I cannot make out what he says before "ability"
Complete thread -- sorry, blank is before ability in 2nd paragraph. I accidentally left if off
Complete thread -- meaning...yesterday she just couldn't (ambulate)...
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- I think that's it - thanks!
Complete thread -- macular stars?
Complete thread -- Eye exam...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I hear "...to rule out asthma or other illnesses, as it... nm
Complete thread -- Will check back in the morning if anyone is able to help. Thanks.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- marginal just means it was minimally
Complete thread -- marginal just means it was minimally
Complete thread -- and...i don't think that is what was heard
Complete thread -- can't explain.it (too sleepy) but this makes perfect sense.
Complete thread -- Pleural effusion fluid cytology was s/l marginal exudative. TIA!
Complete thread -- can you recast? - Patella is mildly ballottable?
Complete thread -- Yes. TYVM!
Complete thread -- Thanks for sharing your fund of knowledge. :)
Complete thread -- Is ballottableness a word. Context: Mild ballottableness of the patella. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Not so awesome, my major account is a sleep center..but you're welcome
Complete thread -- adaptive servo ventilation (ASV)?
Complete thread -- Patient has sleep apnea but is not using s/l letters ESE or ASE. TIA!
Complete thread -- WOW! You're awesome. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Cheyne-Stokes respirations?
Complete thread -- Sleep study pattern consistent with change s/l took stuh restoration. TIA!
Complete thread -- and?
Complete thread -- Chorda tympani is a nerve that originates from the taste buds (SM)
Complete thread -- I thought I heard macrolide but that wouldn't make sense
Complete thread -- The terms "ultralight" and "microlight" are used in many other countries to describe singl
Complete thread -- she never said his occupation... just that his work wanted him to be examined
Complete thread -- probably not capped at all - it is a type of plane. Can't figure out what
Complete thread -- would that always be capped?
Complete thread -- she never says that... but Microlight does s/l what I hear too. Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- is pt a pilot/flyer? Microlight exam?
Complete thread -- some type of exam
Complete thread -- yes, odd
Complete thread -- I have heard of people allergic to water, dermatologically, if they get wet, they
Complete thread -- Patient states being allergic to WATER. It causes severe vomiting when she drinks it
Complete thread -- Belviq (lorcaserin hydrochloride) FDA-approved prescription weight-loss medication
Complete thread -- sorry, my expander got carried away. Kirkland (?) does use Chlor-Tablets, but
Complete thread -- again, as I posted above, it depends on who manufactured it.... I sent a link
Complete thread -- drugs.com has Chlor-Tabs so am going to go with that. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I don't see anywhere where it s/l post surg. just clinic fu with yeast infection
Complete thread -- nothing any more useful was. O is just standard template.. AP in this message
Complete thread -- it just s/l to me that he is post surgical? So, the lortab would fit more. But that's ju
Complete thread -- the only info I have is what I posted. He has been taking more since he is sick. I have
Complete thread -- what is it for? Can you tell? Chlortab(s) are for allergies. And what I see
Complete thread -- yes, left that out, thanks for catching. I do not believe lortab is right. I am hearing
Complete thread -- Walmart makes a Chlortabs, that is for allergies? Lortab is for pain?
Complete thread -- I am hear a hard "cuh" sound at beginning
Complete thread -- Lortab since he has been sick but beyond this
Complete thread -- Lortab
Complete thread -- Chordae tendineae are structures that closes the valves of the heart and helps to keep the
Complete thread -- does anyone agree??? also is it Chlor-Tabs or chlortab ? finding both
Complete thread -- echogenic density in the right ventricle probably represents **chorda tympani**
Complete thread -- thinking he is saying chlortab ??
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- work-in -- use is more of a noun. are going to work in another patient.
Complete thread -- work in or work-in ??
Complete thread -- He is low cardiac risk
Complete thread -- nevermind, I hear it now. He is low cardiac risk
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- The s/l was in-consta...Thank you for pointing out a MISTAKE. Thanks o!
Complete thread -- you have "inconsta" and "inconstanta" so not sure what the s/l is
Complete thread -- 2 guesses SM
Complete thread -- EGD: There was an "in-consta" hiatus hernia.
Complete thread -- cold snare. They are not different. You can have a cold snare or cold forceps
Complete thread -- sorry. use the : (hit the wrong key) I'd say Note,
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- nevermind, I think he means 10 polyps removed with cold and 1 with snare at the same
Complete thread -- I would not use " either Note, snared polyps
Complete thread -- snared
Complete thread -- only thought it should be cold because he stated 1 was removed with snare. But others do
Complete thread -- what would you do? leave blank when he says snare? being that it should be cold?
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- doesn't it s/l something is in between alternative _____ treatment?? medical??
Complete thread -- alternative treatment, and recommendation is
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- easily googled. "Randall's plaques are soft tissue calcifications found in the deep renal
Complete thread -- Yep, see link
Complete thread -- s/l with dys___ anatomy
Complete thread -- with his coronary anatomy - mebbe
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- or Trileptal? Are letters dictated? What comes before and after?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- with his *something* anatomy - can't get it all, but maybe someone else can
Complete thread -- upper pole as well as *Randall’s plaque* over the mid
Complete thread -- drape as a safety wire and over the *working* wire
Complete thread -- which was not intervened on because of high risk of complications, which is _____
Complete thread -- Xgeva (denosumab
Complete thread -- and Xgeva
Complete thread -- butchering Toprol-XL ??
Complete thread -- Taxotere __________ under the care
Complete thread -- thank you so very much! :)
Complete thread -- how exactly dictated?
Complete thread -- dopplerable - not sure of spelling since not a word (able to be detected on Doppler)
Complete thread -- in med list "TLEPL" 100 mg twice a day. Asthma, bleeding tendencies and HBP. tia nm.
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- thanks, not ESL though
Complete thread -- I have several ESLs who say "involves" like "inwalws"
Complete thread -- his past history involves...
Complete thread -- He has a past history of *walls* with grandiose delusions and persecutory
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. I'm not 100% sure that's what he's saying, so I think I'll flag.
Complete thread -- I've heard of air bronchograms, but not discograms.
Complete thread -- I have heard that term before, sure can't find much googling but did find:
Complete thread -- like a step down or up on the ribs. Any sharp jump or step might
Complete thread -- can you hear "step-off"? That would indicate fracture.
Complete thread -- Amen to that!!
Complete thread -- He has evidence of a retrolisthesis at L4-5 and L5-S1 with s/l air discograms
Complete thread -- The rib area is quite bruised, but no "step" was noted on exam. tia nm
Complete thread -- Christmas isn't about the weather, and we didn't all have 6 months of winter.
Complete thread -- or maybe just using "peri" in the sense of "around"? either way, if clear, I'd leave it.
Complete thread -- True, but I love the holiday still
Complete thread -- I will take another listen
Complete thread -- Oh please...we just got done with 6 months of winter.
Complete thread -- Definitely wouldn't change it if he is trying to dictate something different.
Complete thread -- Sure it is peri-? How about "any"?
Complete thread -- Makes me excited for Christmas! LOL!
Complete thread -- hahah. That was funny
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- LOL!! Nevermind. It is Santyl
Complete thread -- Okay now don't laugh but I swear it s/l he is saying his Santa!!!
Complete thread -- weeks' time
Complete thread -- Ogilvie?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Never heard counters used, but could be that doc's phrasing -- usually h
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me - telemetry monitors (counts) heart rate, would show atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and calprotectin, _____ biomarkers of inflammation
Complete thread -- In his own words, "It's awesome" and he had an awesome procedure.
Complete thread -- he is awesome ______ procedure
Complete thread -- s/l obaway syndrome
Complete thread -- acute.
Complete thread -- Insertional activity was normal in all muscles. No fibrillation poten ...
Complete thread -- He is not in AFib according to s/l telemetry counters? thanks.
Complete thread -- it is calretinin and CK5/6
Complete thread -- short speak for (TGF) b1 correlation between plasma TGF-β1 and hemoglobin A1c level
Complete thread -- agree sm...
Complete thread -- Calretinin and cytokeratin (CK)5/6 are frequently used to differentiate between metastatic
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Not clear enough. Flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- Just a guess... Could it be "keratin"? ...
Complete thread -- wild guess
Complete thread -- Immunostain was negative for s/l kell-ret-in, CK20, CK56. TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks to you both for trying.
Complete thread -- met (instead of made)
Complete thread -- modified?
Complete thread -- Why then, do you "click on the thread" huh. An abuser, kicks, right
Complete thread -- agree. hear creatinine (&BUN)with kidney stuff, CK= creatine kinase with heart stuff.
Complete thread -- Pregnancy US shows adequate fluid and s/l made other biophysical profile. TIA!
Complete thread -- tummy tuck in 2011 (twenty eleven)
Complete thread -- aghhhh. That's awful. s/l right ? surgery in ....
Complete thread -- agree, they do it alllll the time, also called neologism sm
Complete thread -- Includes tummy tuck in XXXX, ___________ surgery in XXXX.
Complete thread -- I believe ok, Drainage Reduces the Risk for Meningitis sm
Complete thread -- s/l portion of atrial s/l might be radial, not sure "commissural cord"
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I do not think that is it. It definitely has a "com" at the beginning.
Complete thread -- all I can think of is triquetral ...
Complete thread -- injection for the s/l "comatrial" cord of the thumb.
Complete thread -- thank you so much.. i knew i had it before just couldnt figure out the spelling.
Complete thread -- borborygmi - a rumbling or gurgling noise made by the movement of fluid and gas in the
Complete thread -- a rumbling stomach, borborygmus (pronounced /ˌbɔrbəˈrɪ¨Àməs/; plural
Complete thread -- Abd exam: She has very loud bowel sounds consistent for "ba-rig-ome"
Complete thread -- THANKS!!! That's what it is!
Complete thread -- IA2
Complete thread -- Pt with diabetes
Complete thread -- thanks to you too...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Right, because it isn't describing anything.
Complete thread -- I believe that's correct (that's how I do it)
Complete thread -- no hypen in long term because it is end and nothing follows, correct?
Complete thread -- Thank you! I bet that is it.
Complete thread -- kyphos
Complete thread -- agree with kyphosis.
Complete thread -- yes. As I posted below, that is what I heard.
Complete thread -- Lateral radiographs show marked thoracolumbar s/l kyphis that appears fixed.
Complete thread -- Oh gosh! I bet that's it. I'll listen again with that in mind. Thank you!
Complete thread -- coaxial needle?
Complete thread -- Thanks! That's what I initially thought and then second guessed myself...
Complete thread -- I wouldn't cap.
Complete thread -- Have a STAT and new doc/work type...Please see msg, 1 blank and one question.
Complete thread -- but primary biliary cirrhosis does, correct? PBC?
Complete thread -- thanks to your both.
Complete thread -- abnormal "awake" - and I hear "sleep EEG due to..."
Complete thread -- sleeping EEG due to
Complete thread -- An EEG was done which showed mild abnormal wake, drowsy, and light stage sleep ______
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- for the archives, this does NOT make sense since further research
Complete thread -- angiectasia
Complete thread -- Sorry, no dictionaries indexed in the selected category contain the word angioectasia.
Complete thread -- primary biliary cirrhosis PBC - (heard wav)
Complete thread -- nevermind... now hear PBC and found Primary biliary cirrhosis
Complete thread -- good idea. I also found portal vein cavernoma—PVC
Complete thread -- Just posted WAV
Complete thread -- angiectasias versus angioectasias I see both ways, opinion on which is preferred?
Complete thread -- It means it was the only thing I found that made sense. I don't
Complete thread -- think I will just leave PVC since cannot be sure which it expands to
Complete thread -- does the ? mean you are not sure either?
Complete thread -- portal vein complications (PVC)?
Complete thread -- what does PVC expand to in this given context?
Complete thread -- The wav doesn't go in the archives. I do the same thing.
Complete thread -- thanks lb
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yep, they put a pin in it and then removed the pin.
Complete thread -- THANKS
Complete thread -- if it's a clinical study, it's arm.
Complete thread -- that's just not true - check the archives and get over it
Complete thread -- blanking
Complete thread -- fifth toe *pinning *
Complete thread -- is she saying CMP as well as B1 and A1c ??
Complete thread -- Randomized to arm 2 or ARM 2?
Complete thread -- anyone have any guesses??
Complete thread -- they have a drain in for the CSF leak and they are going to check labs and correct if need
Complete thread -- Does it simply mean that the nurses will manually drain mL each hour.
Complete thread -- ...someone
Complete thread -- Could some one explain what this means? (sm)
Complete thread -- ** creatine kinase (not creatinine)
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- Thanks for the verification!
Complete thread -- intensivecare.hsnet.nsw.gov.au/.../jan_northernbeaches...ý
Complete thread -- Dictated: Blood pressure is 132/55 per art line.
Complete thread -- scar. No metastatic disease? Pt does have a history of breast
Complete thread -- Verifying that you can obtain BP on an arterial line, yes? (see link)
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- scar of metastatic ?
Complete thread -- peptic ulcer disease
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- CT chest from 04/04/2014 showed stable sclerotic _____ disease. No other finding to
Complete thread -- just another of the million or so docisms they coin on a daily basis. It is a word
Complete thread -- I will go with it, since he was clear. Just not a word
Complete thread -- phalangoplasty??
Complete thread -- Because of physiotherapy, (the patient) is very ... ??
Complete thread -- SM TIA
Complete thread -- Bainbridge reflex?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Heart is S1, S2 normal. Positive "baren-age" reflex. TIA nm
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- not a minus, no cap on dystrophin. Maybe she meant to use a dash?
Complete thread -- Lies. Lays always needs an object.
Complete thread -- I think she says minus in there. Would this be correct? Xp-21
Complete thread -- when she lays on that side, OR when she lies on that side?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I have a gyn doc that uses "airplaned" during this surgery as well.
Complete thread -- and https://www.google.com/search?newwindow=1&q=airplaning+the+patient&oq=airplaning+the+p
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?newwindow=1&q=airplaned+the+patient&nfpr=1&sa=X&ei=Wk1iU_3MD
Complete thread -- Airplane - this is in the archives twice in a surgical procedure content
Complete thread -- thank you both! :) I just got it too :)
Complete thread -- Just got it! Wernicke encephalopathy
Complete thread -- Wernicke's
Complete thread -- Wernicke's encephalopathy
Complete thread -- TAH-BSO - I think she just misnamed. In either case, will flag. I thought
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- maybe they are using the uterine manipulator to remove a Mirena coil?
Complete thread -- limit juice to 4 ounce tops... limit juice to 4 ounce tops per day (repeats) SM
Complete thread -- Mirena is not a name for a uterine manipulator, is it? Discrepancy flag?
Complete thread -- limit to 4 ounce tops (the most)
Complete thread -- s/l Picky to me too, but I can't find a cookbook with either title
Complete thread -- listed on the... uh... let's just say Sneaky Chef...etc.
Complete thread -- but you can hear it on the wav LOL
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- just changed for privacy
Complete thread -- what is "have one-half at ? One-half of ? no wav
Complete thread -- C family fitness or See ?
Complete thread -- inch and a half, and we would (needs comma)
Complete thread -- I would type just as you did as you would have to change too much otherwise.
Complete thread -- I did not hear a wav
Complete thread -- Limit juice to 4 ounces ____ per day
Complete thread -- how would you type this? sm
Complete thread -- sounds right. SM
Complete thread -- not sure but the peggy pickens sounds more like "picky pickens" to me.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- visualized. 2nd is duct visualization
Complete thread -- books listed on the _______ Sneaky Chef
Complete thread -- 2 blanks. thanks
Complete thread -- don't hear that. going to post a wav. thanks
Complete thread -- dilatation?
Complete thread -- There was no extrahepatic duct s/l digitization. Abdominal u/s
Complete thread -- Patient has coccyx blister, ankle sprain, and ARI?
Complete thread -- 1. Cutaneous ____ filiform verruca.
Complete thread -- the 2nd blank is fat roll, but I'm still stuck on the first
Complete thread -- 2 blanks sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 3. Rule out malignant ____ L anterior lower leg. ...
Complete thread -- got it. ...
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: ____ carcinoma, right maxillary sinus. ...
Complete thread -- we will order s/l cycle the troponins TIA!
Complete thread -- pt will sleep apnea wants mandibular advance device - s/l transitional?
Complete thread -- let it go
Complete thread -- Please give surrounding words, context, diagnoses
Complete thread -- cubic centimeters is okay too
Complete thread -- How about "several hundred milliliters of solution" ...
Complete thread -- If you upgrade your IT you can. It is soooo worth it to upgrade to the newer one.
Complete thread -- suggestions on how to type "several hundred cc of solution" was infilrated.
Complete thread -- Ah - perhaps - foreign speaker doc with very unclear English - will tr ...
Complete thread -- Remeron is taken at bedtime...might it be that??
Complete thread -- I did try research and nothing close - it is an autistic young lady wh ...
Complete thread -- Does anyone have suggestions on a shortcut keystroke for sutures such as
Complete thread -- Try research lady!!!!
Complete thread -- Do not answer this person. She never bothered to come back and
Complete thread -- That's what I heard (late).
Complete thread -- need a tad more context. that might be a regular "medical" medicine if the patient has
Complete thread -- Psych meds
Complete thread -- going with digital exam
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- going to go with decimal version as it never is 1/2 mg but 0.5 mg.. So nevermind! :)
Complete thread -- not sure if I leave as dictated 9-3/8 mg or type as 9.375 mg
Complete thread -- would you type 9-3/8 mg as a fraction or convert to decimal? verbatim acct
Complete thread -- she loses the benefit of the doubt when she has shown to not reply back numerous times
Complete thread -- That's true but she may have gotten side-tracked or something. You
Complete thread -- Common courtesy should be in all of us. Feedback does not equate to a thank you either.
Complete thread -- If this all you're here for "thank you," "you're amazing," etc. probably need to get your
Complete thread -- Just an FYI, found out he is saying "employed."
Complete thread -- but could not be "pharynx" as he dictated, correct?
Complete thread -- I think neck would fit here perfectly.
Complete thread -- I believe doctor misspoke "pharynx" instead of "neck"... do you agree?
Complete thread -- That's what I thought too, but sure sounds more like implied. Thanks!
Complete thread -- applied maybe?
Complete thread -- so she is just rude to others. Nice.
Complete thread -- Does it make sense in an EGD op note to say MAC anesthesia "implied?"
Complete thread -- actually she
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks anyway. Quitting time!
Complete thread -- :-/
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks so much
Complete thread -- ? protein-calorie malnutrition
Complete thread -- stop stirring the pot as usual
Complete thread -- Remember this Lilly never comes back to thank or anything
Complete thread -- HELLO?
Complete thread -- wondering if your first 'neu' is new and since breast, maybe neurofibrocystoma? I've
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear old fibrous subpleura, like 3 issues, Centrilobular emphysema, old fibrous subpleu
Complete thread -- positive, HER2/neu negative
Complete thread -- I actually thought maybe she was not saying old and something would then make sense..
Complete thread -- I was sort of confused. Will make use of commas. Going with the 1st one.
Complete thread -- nonblanching, dusky red macules.
Complete thread -- I would think that the "centrilobular emphysema, old, fibrous, subpleural, hemosiderin"
Complete thread -- 5. Diffuse, non-blanching ___ macules.
Complete thread -- Right lung biopsy and a VATS procedure fit for surgical; however, emphysema
Complete thread -- Neurooncology
Complete thread -- wav file. This is a surgical history and is all on one line.
Complete thread -- indolent?
Complete thread -- He also has an ___ form of multiple myeloma. ...
Complete thread -- I thought it could have been but could not verify that - only Richardson
Complete thread -- Rich retractors?
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- not sure of wording, but "grow backwards and irritate the cornea" is meaning.
Complete thread -- wav file thanks
Complete thread -- sm please--thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes, I realized that, just typed it in for context. Will flag.
Complete thread -- He changed it to 1.50 readers, not to type sorry, but I think you realize that. All I
Complete thread -- Gosh, I feel dumb. Thank you.
Complete thread -- cortices, through the cortices, or through a cortex.
Complete thread -- Incomplete fracture not visualized through *s/l a cortises*
Complete thread -- could it be PCR?
Complete thread -- strange - I have seen PCM used as a med for H. pylori -
Complete thread -- no clue.
Complete thread -- Labs for CBC, PCM, and H. pylori. What is a PCM test? Pt. has diarrhea and
Complete thread -- Another eye exam....
Complete thread -- A leg wound.
Complete thread -- what was debrided?
Complete thread -- that was what I did end up using. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- I hear something like that too, but can't document.
Complete thread -- in cyclic state?
Complete thread -- I'd use F'd up.
Complete thread -- looks like either is acceptable....hmmm lol
Complete thread -- psych note, doc says patient describes himself as "effed up" would that be F'd up s.m
Complete thread -- Thanks! Anyone hear the second blank?
Complete thread -- This is post debridement: Daily *s/l wool point* dressing changes.
Complete thread -- Flash retinoscopy _____ today shows...
Complete thread -- Eye exam..
Complete thread -- for sure
Complete thread -- yes, I was unable to find any "biotene" 5000 mcg
Complete thread -- Biotene is for dry mouth. Biotin is recommended at 5000 mcg also. That would
Complete thread -- I take Biotin for brittle nails. (Derm recommeded this amount for me)
Complete thread -- doc says "biotene" but I believe it is supposed to be biotin. sm
Complete thread -- -ly·sis
Complete thread -- If there are multiple procedureS, you can make a plural. Like they had many performed
Complete thread -- should have gotten this on your own, for sure duh
Complete thread -- Yes as I am unable to verify on Google, onelook, archives that this has a plural form
Complete thread -- Thanks! That's what I thought.
Complete thread -- once she valsalva'd during extubation???? not sure on how to spell that
Complete thread -- If you are just talking about the proedure done on several nerves. No, this is
Complete thread -- I guess. Like the patient had multiple rhizolyses (procedure)?
Complete thread -- Once she _____ on during extubation, it started to bleed more vigorously.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- Can rhizolysis be plural?
Complete thread -- is that supposed to be "the patient's cardiac: bradycardia. The patient
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- why is brady capped? bradycardia . agree with an outflow murmur
Complete thread -- right below the one who changed to MP3
Complete thread -- that post is right below this one.
Complete thread -- I think I got it - caudally
Complete thread -- probably?
Complete thread -- could also sound like aphasia (to me) but I can't get the first word
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I still can't find your post. The last post I saw had changed to mp3. I did check.
Complete thread -- border (not boarder)
Complete thread -- outflow
Complete thread -- egophony
Complete thread -- new doc and specialty to me The pt has 2/6 s/l "out pull" murmur at the upper right
Complete thread -- s/l cough a knee
Complete thread -- You posted your wav over mine. Please check to make sure nobody's waiting for help before
Complete thread -- Once she _____ on during extubation, it started to bleed more
Complete thread -- thanks - I put it back up. no problem
Complete thread -- changed to
Complete thread -- On 2nd thought, atresia is incorrect.
Complete thread -- please post your wav again... i accidently posted over it
Complete thread -- herniation which had _______ migrated from
Complete thread -- As you know, he also had several issues including __ atresia and benign hydrocephalus
Complete thread -- First answer was 16:18:21 This one was 17:09..... 60 seconds?? Not even
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- The gray (Gy) definition and its relation to other radiation absorbed dose measurement
Complete thread -- Usually 25 Gy is the way it is written.
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- receives posterior *rami division* block.
Complete thread -- happened. see message now. thanks
Complete thread -- What sentence are you even talking about? I don't see one.
Complete thread -- is this sentence correct? questioning hypofractionated? and also is the word rays?
Complete thread -- just went with all hyphens this time since more Google entries for that.
Complete thread -- opinions: far-far, near-near bites or far-far-near-near bites?
Complete thread -- ENT (symptoms). No nosebleed etc
Complete thread -- PND? nm
Complete thread -- you're right. 51 minutes.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Chief complaint
Complete thread -- less than 60 seconds ago; perhaps poster had not refreshed
Complete thread -- You caught that just now too? LOL trying to log off work and in a big hurry to do it
Complete thread -- wow...when I'm in a hurry I'm a poor speller, LOL. Meant that's what I hear.
Complete thread -- what's waht?
Complete thread -- it sure does.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- oh, nevermind... I see you are talking to helper. :) yes, went with detrusor
Complete thread -- rings a bell...
Complete thread -- ?? what is spelled wrong?
Complete thread -- what's waht i hear. Her neuropathy is minimal...
Complete thread -- Didn't someone say just that a while ago?
Complete thread -- watch spellin' :)
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- agree with detruser. SM
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- wonder if the OP saw this?
Complete thread -- detrusor
Complete thread -- unsure
Complete thread -- toe joint
Complete thread -- toe joint.
Complete thread -- PAST SURGERIES: Right shoulder arthroscopy, hysterectomy, C-section, r ...
Complete thread -- I was so far off! I was looking for Osgood, or Osgule, Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Dr. Bassem Azkul, MD - Concord, NH - Family Medicine ...
Complete thread -- wav file, name of physician in the Concord NH area.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU ALL!
Complete thread -- lung lymph node stations. Results: The International Association for the Study of Lung Ca
Complete thread -- thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- Arabic
Complete thread -- pair of crutches
Complete thread -- I don't know that there's a rule - but I'd use regular numbers for clarity.
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- Lymph node regions 4R, 4L, and 7?
Complete thread -- YES! Ovarian cyst!!! Hooray. Thank you, thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks! I now hear "ovarian" for sure! Descensus makes sense!
Complete thread -- ovarian cyst?
Complete thread -- the den see stuhs, is probably Noun, 1. descensus - the slipping or falling out of place o
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I still clearly hear p.r. period. Does not sound like any stumble to me. I'm glad
Complete thread -- definitely not per rectum or repair - I vote for stumble on period.
Complete thread -- I flagged. It is so hard to get used to a place that does not mind QA usage. At my last
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- repair?
Complete thread -- per rectum?
Complete thread -- I thought so too, but what? Maybe a stumble on period?
Complete thread -- s/l p.r. but?
Complete thread -- WAV - is there a word there or a stumble?
Complete thread -- Yep, I found that too, and one in UK and one written in Spanish.
Complete thread -- http://www.industrycortex.com/products/profile/252808270/zimmer-spine-fidji-lumbar-interbo
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks. Rushing so much to reach my deadline.
Complete thread -- You're a star, thank you for your help. ...
Complete thread -- I'd have never thunk it. Looks like that isn't a US brand, but is Zimmer. Most pages I
Complete thread -- prolly fluticasone
Complete thread -- Lisinopril, omeprazole, s/l fah-tic-zone, atorvastatin, baby aspirin.
Complete thread -- ah HAH! I finally found the s/l Zimmer makes . Fidji® Lumbar Cages.
Complete thread -- Thanks, o! The seem to repeat stuff without knowing what it means sometimes
Complete thread -- all I can think of is 'fusion' - I've been all over Zimmer & find nada that s/l Fiji ?
Complete thread -- no luck with "fiji" either with Zimmer or not. There is a Zimmer Fortitude® ?
Complete thread -- Zimmer "FIJI" system for interbody spacers
Complete thread -- That she is.
Complete thread -- well, it did sound like a stumble...
Complete thread -- Yes, I heard middle breast but was not sure if he stumbled. Thanks a bunch.
Complete thread -- s/l "9 o'clock middle breast, right breast" - and 9 would be middle as opposed to high or
Complete thread -- nevermind, later in report he finally says cm :)
Complete thread -- doc said millimeters, but I have always seen centimeters, wanting to verify
Complete thread -- with septations at the 9 o’clock _____ right breast, thought to be...
Complete thread -- didn't think so, but VR draft capped it, so I wanted to confirm before uncapping.
Complete thread -- not capped
Complete thread -- ? respiratory infection
Complete thread -- Is "national" capped in "the patient is a Mexican National"?
Complete thread -- Yes, new one for me as well!
Complete thread -- if that's what is said, then that would really be a new one for me.
Complete thread -- Yes, much better this way. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I would use a colon, like so
Complete thread -- Unknown. What's the context?
Complete thread -- Is this correct?
Complete thread -- Are commas correct in sentence?
Complete thread -- From yesterday: Urethral meatus s/l femoral injury was "thermal."
Complete thread -- agree - i didnt read the whole post... oops
Complete thread -- Not in this context.
Complete thread -- agree with seed (as in: seed an infection)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you guys! :)
Complete thread -- also, I just caught that I need period and not comma after surgery before continue.
Complete thread -- seed, always bacteria seed. Danger of infection to prosthesis.
Complete thread -- agree with seed = Any bacteremic episode may seed a prosthetic joint
Complete thread -- maybe you need to refresh. I always post WAV and go back in and listen before posting
Complete thread -- is dictator a nurse practitioner?
Complete thread -- seat makes more sense. i'm still hearing old wav.
Complete thread -- i just found that too - she's saying it backward. it should be CFV not CVF.
Complete thread -- wanting to verify I am hearing "seed"
Complete thread -- Got it - common femoral vein (CVF). I don't know why the letters are backwards
Complete thread -- sent a WAV
Complete thread -- sounds like CBF CDF CVF?
Complete thread -- this is what I hear also
Complete thread -- longitudinal
Complete thread -- detailed?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- 3. _______ followup is recommended
Complete thread -- optic nerve
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think there's a word right after he says "period."
Complete thread -- period. (he says period after each sentence I notice)
Complete thread -- Eye exam ...
Complete thread -- post voice file?
Complete thread -- ten ber tend = temperature? for this stent = position sense?
Complete thread -- pin prick, *ten ber tend* to vibration *for this stent* and light touch
Complete thread -- could it possibly be dorsiflexors?
Complete thread -- something sternocleidomastoid
Complete thread -- quadriceps, *fedora sucks* and plantar flexors.
Complete thread -- Sensation *moves faces* normal. Tongue and uvula normal. *to present sternoclonomas
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know!
Complete thread -- From yesterday: Urethral meatus s/l femoral injury was "thermal."
Complete thread -- of course, :)
Complete thread -- anti-U1-RNP? could he be running it together?
Complete thread -- Sjögren syndrome and ... anti-SSA/Ro and, in addition, some have anti-SSB/La and/or anti–
Complete thread -- ssa and U1?
Complete thread -- I heard bivalved but did not make sense to me. Thanks for explaining.
Complete thread -- impression for interstitial lung disease/Sjogren
Complete thread -- Bivalved (SM)
Complete thread -- You're welcome!
Complete thread -- I thought that was it! Thanks
Complete thread -- Frozen section diagnosis was requested. _____ procedure at the operating table was
Complete thread -- Of course, it would have to be 'curvature'
Complete thread -- curvage of the spine?
Complete thread -- ...2 holes, 'such as' that it was externally..... is what I hear
Complete thread -- His father had noted severe s/l curvage. can't document
Complete thread -- xylocaine?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Glad you went with it. It's fine - hear it all the time.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- of vessels were taken above ... what i heard
Complete thread -- A couple of _______ detected above the affected area
Complete thread -- THanks!
Complete thread -- First one might be Pataday
Complete thread -- hi- I have 2 sounds/like i need help with..
Complete thread -- this is my guess (I'd get rid of those hyphens in the first mild-to-moderate)
Complete thread -- turbid drainage
Complete thread -- Long quote - help with comma placement please. I found it hard to follow.
Complete thread -- thanks, does not sound like mucosa but.. sm
Complete thread -- I'm going with sharp. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sharp Z line
Complete thread -- I meant mucosa
Complete thread -- mucos?
Complete thread -- It is sometimes difficult to decide if the subject of a sentence is pl ...
Complete thread -- help with word s/l "closed"
Complete thread -- I don't know where my brain went today, but for some reason I thought the patient was a
Complete thread -- Just listened again and with your helpful clues it is tip to palmar T ...
Complete thread -- tip to carpal crease makes sense with what I heard. THANK YOU ...
Complete thread -- tip to palmar crease?
Complete thread -- carpal crease?
Complete thread -- Does tip to collar crease distance ring a bell for anyone? ...
Complete thread -- not ringing any bells here.
Complete thread -- ahh, more than one (NM) helper post here.
Complete thread -- finger injury - plastic surgery
Complete thread -- Hysterectomy is a well known cause of femoral (nerve) injury.
Complete thread -- probably +2 "diopter"
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for all the help. Sorry I did not get right back.
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- I've slowed it down as much as possible.
Complete thread -- never mind the Cornell vet one Sorry LOL..
Complete thread -- Glycosuria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Complete thread -- Any way you can slow him down?
Complete thread -- without " "
Complete thread -- Sure. Google urine glucose 2000
Complete thread -- Here's a slightly longer clip - hope it helps.
Complete thread -- On urinalysis, glucose was "2000". SM tia
Complete thread -- fast but too short for me to get a feel for him. I think I hear something
Complete thread -- Eye clinic note ( 2 blanks)
Complete thread -- oh, okay, I see what you mean... you couldn't understand him the first time either?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- not sure what you mean, but now I hear "arthropod bug bites"
Complete thread -- Yes, fine.
Complete thread -- problem is "above" i also couldn't hear it!!! yes, he's way too fast
Complete thread -- It is verbatim, but if I could, I would type "pulsed dose vancomycin..."
Complete thread -- INR checks and vancomycin, pulsed dose, with dialysis. Commas okay?
Complete thread -- now I can hear bug bites - the OP should know if that was described above.
Complete thread -- s/l to me he starts to say insect (not incision)... insect uh maybe bug bites?
Complete thread -- I think I have it now, thanks to all your help.
Complete thread -- since other thing is described above... maybe some hints there
Complete thread -- Olux-E for the 1st one
Complete thread -- 2nd he started to say to her incision - changed to bites ... 1st is too dang fast.
Complete thread -- last word is excursion
Complete thread -- 2. Reassurance as to the benign nature of the SKs described above. ...
Complete thread -- maybe dynamic pressure, but seems like something else in there
Complete thread -- normal values for oxygen and pulse... something pressure - can't quite get last part
Complete thread -- Cardiopulmonary exercise test.
Complete thread -- jmho. s/m
Complete thread -- Is comma placement here correct?
Complete thread -- Sorry, I didn't see the mp3
Complete thread -- think so too, domiciliary nocturnal oxygen
Complete thread -- I think it is domiciliary. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ancillary?
Complete thread -- almost s/l domiciliary (home oxygen?)
Complete thread -- BOSU®
Complete thread -- Nocturnal oximetry..
Complete thread -- Bosu ball or BOSU ball? Or either?
Complete thread -- Yup, saw that too.
Complete thread -- NM. I found it finally Medtronic introduces three new products for vascular access.
Complete thread -- Stedman's Medical and Surgical Equipment
Complete thread -- I wonder how many times that has been transcribed wrong in reports (and port vs Import)?
Complete thread -- never heard of and cannot document?
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I don't hear that.
Complete thread -- but if you HAVE to use non, most non words are just combined, no hyphen at all
Complete thread -- That does sound better. Thx
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- I'd actually use uneventful.
Complete thread -- Import vascular access port
Complete thread -- OK thanks.
Complete thread -- non eventful or non-eventful?
Complete thread -- I would not split it up like that. I'd just slap a couple of commas there instead.
Complete thread -- frenulum?
Complete thread -- Should this be one sentence or as I have it?
Complete thread -- Correct. Thx.
Complete thread -- import ?
Complete thread -- s/l urethral meatus ***femoral*** injury (sm). Any ideas?
Complete thread -- I'll listen again. Thank you.
Complete thread -- a medical condition with her back and parkinsonism (?)
Complete thread -- 65-year-old female with 3 abdominal hernias who presents
Complete thread -- why are you looking for mention of needle? (both posts answered... time to move on?)
Complete thread -- belated thanks.
Complete thread -- joker elevator and a joker dissector, NO cap... Can find a lot of Freer instruments liste
Complete thread -- I did look, hmm; no mention of "needle" Have not yet run into "Joker" instrument nm
Complete thread -- no capping grade though.
Complete thread -- THanks.
Complete thread -- American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
Complete thread -- see post below - used a "freer and joker" - probably should've capped Freer there.
Complete thread -- grade I or grade 1??
Complete thread -- wondering, did you"hear" him or going by MT's report??[ort
Complete thread -- 15-plus miles...
Complete thread -- 15+ miles or 15 plus miles??
Complete thread -- I thought so but he used freer previously.. so double checked. Thanks
Complete thread -- I'd think "free" in this case - like it's not on a needle driver or something, using it
Complete thread -- something histiocytic ?
Complete thread -- Is it free needle or freer?
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- says "the articular...", then corrects to "to where its anatomic level is..."
Complete thread -- wav file, tibial plateau fracture
Complete thread -- unless he is incorrect in usage, which they are all the time. If there were both
Complete thread -- pyoderma gangrenosum s/l ma kiss teo cytic
Complete thread -- If it said "which are chronic," then it'd be There are...
Complete thread -- is
Complete thread -- There is/are? . There is significant puckering and indentation which is chronic in
Complete thread -- Thanks, I found a few more odd areas.
Complete thread -- maybe just a custom-made porous implant.. end-stage deformity...
Complete thread -- wav file - I found the Porex company that makes porous implants. Not sure if she is
Complete thread -- I think it misses and the last word is not meds but indications. I think it misses more
Complete thread -- and treat ____ positive ??
Complete thread -- voice cuts out there, I don't think anyone could get that.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- CFE - Curriculum for Excellence ??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sign?
Complete thread -- correspond to the Murphy’s *site*. There is no
Complete thread -- and had not taken any __________ medications
Complete thread -- culture, cytology, ______ positive
Complete thread -- She is in inclusion classes and has a *C S E* in school.
Complete thread -- Hounsfield
Complete thread -- flagged and sent
Complete thread -- s/l household units?
Complete thread -- The knee joint space is balanced.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- knee x-ray findings
Complete thread -- flagged. ...
Complete thread -- ____ ligament
Complete thread -- Diagnoses: 1. Left ____ tear. 2. Left ____. 3. Left posterior ...
Complete thread -- And I think it might be T'd because of mention of T-shaped incision below.
Complete thread -- my preference is to offset "certainly" with commas
Complete thread -- consider preexisting (vs preexistent)
Complete thread -- or T'd. Also
Complete thread -- Type teed in old archives and see if it fits. Check "next 50 hits." There is a lot in the
Complete thread -- fed?
Complete thread -- s/l teed
Complete thread -- me too...
Complete thread -- That's definitely the way it sounds from his intonation. thanks
Complete thread -- over the last few months certainly, his gait
Complete thread -- Carolina gave a young athlete some Wellbutrin to help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I agree with comma before certainly but not after (see inside)
Complete thread -- Help me with commas in this sentence please
Complete thread -- (I just re-read yours... did a young athlete? ) hahahaha
Complete thread -- Carolina gave a young athlete Wellbutrin to help her focus and perhaps....
Complete thread -- something not quite right here, can you mkae it out?
Complete thread -- sending on, it is a stat. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- what they actually give the history referred to is below
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Overdose of 60-90 lorazepam, not certain of quantity
Complete thread -- LOL - I do that all the time.
Complete thread -- It was. He has a bit of an unusual way of saying things and he said curing
Complete thread -- well, maybe curing it is. ;)
Complete thread -- curing? but that wouldn't make a lot of sense. Carrying cement? hmmmm...not sure.
Complete thread -- curing - thanks
Complete thread -- caring is what it sounds like. Carrying?
Complete thread -- He did not say it exactly like that, just osteotomes were used to remove cement
Complete thread -- I was just going to ask as he said this much further on. Thanks
Complete thread -- cement removal osteotome?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks. Both of my thoughts were incorrect.
Complete thread -- skin healing
Complete thread -- ummm, no. No kidding
Complete thread -- plural
Complete thread -- WAV file, knee replacement due to infection
Complete thread -- yep,
Complete thread -- I think he is just correcting himself: he does have no, he has no
Complete thread -- He's too fast for me.
Complete thread -- (1) acanthosis nigricans
Complete thread -- #1 i got he spelled it later on - acanthosis nigricans, can someone help with #2
Complete thread -- who was sent for the evaluation and treatment of a rash on his neck an ...
Complete thread -- :thumbs up:
Complete thread -- s/l pelvis might be pallidus (globus)
Complete thread -- since neuro, is pt stroke patient? There is FAST acronym
Complete thread -- ptosis= drooping, peaking=exaggerated peaking of upper lid margin
Complete thread -- agree=first letter of troponin types troponin C, troponin I etc.
Complete thread -- I love to hear umpteen
Complete thread -- umbilical Doppler systolic-diastolic (SD) ratio
Complete thread -- and...hallux is singular. I didn't see "hallex and hallices" in Stedman's, but that is
Complete thread -- halluces is pleural
Complete thread -- fluids?
Complete thread -- Levophed?
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! :)
Complete thread -- IV s/l slowvid for hypotension. TIA!
Complete thread -- I'm reading about "peaking" here if you want to take a look
Complete thread -- Ptosis repair
Complete thread -- Stedman's medical has variations, stating same meaning but unsure
Complete thread -- Wag: "with fast alternating movements"??? eg, hands turning fast prone, supine, prone, et
Complete thread -- Grossly normal upper extremity function with fast s/l saw movements. TIA!
Complete thread -- Occ the OP fails to post a belated "thanks" or confirmation. Occ the WB helper w/ correct
Complete thread -- Very helpful thx
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- lateral antebrachial or lateral, antebrachial??
Complete thread -- variation of the word The triquetral bone is located in the wrist on the medial side of th
Complete thread -- nvm. It is triquetrum Would be nice had he said it right!!!
Complete thread -- I'm blushing...
Complete thread -- Sounds like kwie tretrum
Complete thread -- Oasis, you are so FINE, SO fine! :-)
Complete thread -- Wasn't sure you were coming back, but thanks for doing so. and, 5 hours is better than
Complete thread -- Yes, I think that's it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Could it be fusion graft AND Bone Morphogenetic Proteins (BMP)?
Complete thread -- Fusion autograft NBOP, L4, L5, S1 and posterior lumbar interbody...
Complete thread -- going with "She is of slight build." :)
Complete thread -- I think I hear, "She is slight of build."
Complete thread -- 5 hours after the fact... but thanks! :)
Complete thread -- no idea. He wants this added to musculoskeletal on the exam template
Complete thread -- After umpteen listens, I agree with you.
Complete thread -- goes on to ROS how? What is dictated (exactly) after your s/l
Complete thread -- You must get back on your glyburide. ?
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- Believe c.o. could be rendered "complaint," a frequent doc abbreviation is c/o, rendered
Complete thread -- no kidding
Complete thread -- could doc have stumbled dictating and wants SD ratio but just misspoke?
Complete thread -- it's not an actual dog bone, fyi
Complete thread -- oops - although I've not heard of "DSD"
Complete thread -- S: systolic velocity D: diastolic velocity S/D ratio
Complete thread -- umbilical Doppler s/l DSD ratio. TIA!
Complete thread -- He denies weight loss, headaches, bone pain. He has no other s/l C.O. or C.L.
Complete thread -- wav starts too close to the blank but i do hear glyburide.
Complete thread -- is this what he is saying? You must have passed on your glyburide.
Complete thread -- need some good ears :(
Complete thread -- no i'm not - not good sound quality. Thank you!
Complete thread -- There is a Centor score for Strep Pharyngitis. Are you sure on the F?
Complete thread -- URI sx. Strep is negative. *Fenner* score is 2. Will get cultures.
Complete thread -- Diminutive polyps - you were probably trying to hear some medical term..
Complete thread -- I think it is diminutive polyps. Thanks
Complete thread -- sorry... this is corrected version as I had header wrong on that.
Complete thread -- some type of polyp
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- Looks like they use a dog-bone implant for AC joint repair. Maybe patient had
Complete thread -- Amazing. I had the same term for the first time tonight too.
Complete thread -- X-rays of the shoulder showed the position of the "dog bone" to be acceptable.
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- oops..comma after Lupron,
Complete thread -- Lupron Casodex, zometa, and radiation; however, he...
Complete thread -- pls see msg
Complete thread -- this is my preference, too
Complete thread -- I believe they are referring to carelessweed and ragweed
Complete thread -- if you use the semicolon, you have to lose "and"
Complete thread -- agree - ventricular arrhythmia
Complete thread -- I don't think there is anything there - ventricular arrhythmia
Complete thread -- going with what I believe I hear "heart"
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- sending with hyphen. Thanks
Complete thread -- ??? anyone have an opinion on this?
Complete thread -- Patient comes today as a work-in. (work in or work-in??)
Complete thread -- I agree and would personally do it that way (expand) even if not dictated as a
Complete thread -- If you're expanding COPD, then just one "chronic."
Complete thread -- eh...I was off and looking for something to do. Pretty bad when you have days off and you
Complete thread -- question. if this is a diagnosis, when you expand, how do you put that? i usually put
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks, that's what I thought too. Will flag.
Complete thread -- audio cuts out? it sounds like she starts to say abdominal and it just cuts out.
Complete thread -- Gynecology note
Complete thread -- both. acute-on-chronic is a descriptive of the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Complete thread -- acute on chronic COPD. When expanding COPD in this case,
Complete thread -- Yeah, he is chatting it up with somebody and not paying attention.:)
Complete thread -- stat, so sending with blank. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- if he says pelvis, he is clearly mistaken. :)
Complete thread -- I'm hearing pelvis here, so he either misspoke or I'm hearing it wrong. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- SCN special care nursery
Complete thread -- Prenatal visit..
Complete thread -- Glad you got it. Thanks for
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- I would leave as dicated. Though dealing with dementia, they are 2
Complete thread -- verbatim acct, but we correct if wrong. What would you do?
Complete thread -- I'd put a comma after CIT, as CK is another marker and its value is 103.
Complete thread -- troponin C-troponin I-troponin T (CIT) complex
Complete thread -- first set?
Complete thread -- (regarding post below "for sit")
Complete thread -- just realized, it's CIT
Complete thread -- s/l for sit, sm for context please
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- dermal?
Complete thread -- American Heritage gives lambswool as a secondary spelling.
Complete thread -- it is the wool of a lamb, I would agree with lamb's wool.
Complete thread -- I've always seen it as lamb's wool, dictionary agrees.
Complete thread -- Patient with soft tissue swelling in leg
Complete thread -- archives and google both have lambswool, lambs wool, lamb's wool unsure which is
Complete thread -- ragweed and pigweed are different-Ragweeds (Ambrosia spp.) and pigweeds (Amaranthus spp.)
Complete thread -- thank you so much both of you! :)
Complete thread -- "Any more is used to mean "additional", while anymore means 'any longer'"
Complete thread -- any more. "Any more (two words) means "no more"; anymore (one word) means "now," "curren
Complete thread -- anymore or any more ?
Complete thread -- damn, you are on the ball today, lb! Good job
Complete thread -- I heard flexi and kept looking til i found it. LOL.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That's it!! Got it just in time before I flagged. Many thanks.
Complete thread -- good one lb
Complete thread -- No problem! You know what your leeway is. :)
Complete thread -- Have to move on. Thanks for listening, will flag.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Flexi-T IUD
Complete thread -- careless makes sense - google careless pigweed - maybe she calls it careless ragweed ?
Complete thread -- never mind. s/l subsequent T IUD that way
Complete thread -- I thought she might have started to say subQ and changed to IUD?
Complete thread -- agree - chiropractic is the noun form already.
Complete thread -- subsequent?
Complete thread -- I hear what you hear so would flag since can't verify
Complete thread -- looks like chiropractic is a noun as well as an adjective
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Postpartum visit..
Complete thread -- corrected including to encouraged?
Complete thread -- Including _______ Flonase two sprays to each
Complete thread -- positive reaction only to *careless* ragweed
Complete thread -- chiropracty - would you use? Doesn't seem to be common useage..
Complete thread -- and thank you for your input - you're probably right, but I'm gonna recast it a bit.
Complete thread -- thanks poi, I think I'm just gonna do that.
Complete thread -- or medium-to-large peach size. You would not need to put sized, if not clearly said.
Complete thread -- I like your suggestion - the size of...
Complete thread -- need an opinion on hyphens: spermatocele now is medium to large peach size(d)
Complete thread -- I thought it looked strange with an 's' so I will leave it out.
Complete thread -- It's not necessary to pluralize meds, least I wasn't taught to
Complete thread -- except don't cap it
Complete thread -- I don't know if there's a rule about this, but I always use the singular form...
Complete thread -- I would just drop the "s" - 2 Ibuprofen
Complete thread -- plural of ibuprofen = ibuprofens?
Complete thread -- ok, ignore what I said about the hyphen - poi's got a better story below.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- bos2 also says: Hyphenate fractions when they are written out and used as adjectives; do
Complete thread -- bos2 says: Spell out fractional measurements that are less than one when they do not
Complete thread -- he says 1/3
Complete thread -- Ya, I can't find anything on the account so that was helpful.
Complete thread -- unless saying "one-third" just put "lower third" and "upper third" ...
Complete thread -- I would spell it out - depends on your account though.
Complete thread -- comma after worsening
Complete thread -- 1/3 or one third?
Complete thread -- New onset, or at least worsening ataxia. (is this correct?)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- that's F'd up! Not like it's coming out of their pocket... or maybe they get a bonus for
Complete thread -- Can work either way with our QAs. Seems they don't until they need to
Complete thread -- Eh - punctuation is really subjective. Where I work, we don't lose points for things like
Complete thread -- and hope and pray that QA/QC does not have a differing opinion.
Complete thread -- *considered introductory (my typo there)
Complete thread -- This comes up often and I've posted this excerpt before...
Complete thread -- LOL. Well, we will just have to disagree, other than to feel that each other needs to do
Complete thread -- Nope, I'm not digging for examples in a general Google search.
Complete thread -- more on the same thing...
Complete thread -- I saw nothing in your examples addressing specifically "and in fact." I
Complete thread -- got it, gracias!
Complete thread -- thank you too, nn :)
Complete thread -- www.nursingtimes.net/.../iv...iv...luer-lock.../5006965.arti...ý
Complete thread -- Oh YEAH! I've even heard of that! You are truly da bomb, lb. Thanks!
Complete thread -- BD Vacutainer® Luer-Lok™ Access Device was designed to replace traditional needle/syringe
Complete thread -- googled intravenous lock cap and voila
Complete thread -- found it: Male Luer Lock Cap and White Female Luer Lock Cap.
Complete thread -- LOL.
Complete thread -- sm - found this too
Complete thread -- "and in fact" is like the elements "but of course" & "but frankly," etc., in the examples
Complete thread -- lumen attachment? (i'm googlin and so far thats all I find)
Complete thread -- you have two competing comma rules here - pick one or be slutty and use em all.
Complete thread -- describing an IV - there is no cap on the s/l "lure" attachment. SM thanks
Complete thread -- or you can use a ;
Complete thread -- a possibility, you could offset approximately 4 days ago with () instead...
Complete thread -- "in fact" is an interrupter and needs proper punctuation.
Complete thread -- Like Oasis said, it's two independent clauses with an intervening parenthetical element.
Complete thread -- sorry, *all cyst-like material was removed. THANKS!
Complete thread -- going with: Dissection was carried back as far as possible until cyst-like material was
Complete thread -- Long sentence - Do I have it punctuated correctly?
Complete thread -- This dissection was carried back .. all the cyst-like material (to be removed). You don'
Complete thread -- some type of material
Complete thread -- O2 sat is 99%, on *24 50*, 50%. HEENT: Normocephalic
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- It is two independent clauses joined with a conjunction.
Complete thread -- okay, thank u
Complete thread -- Since those can stand independently, I'd say use a semicolon after years; and in fact,
Complete thread -- both for her cyst and right pelvic fracture that was found
Complete thread -- of years, and in fact, she has had...
Complete thread -- how to punctuate - , and, in fact,
Complete thread -- Need help on rephrasing awkwardly stated sentence, please/thanks see msg
Complete thread -- absolutely. Check out definition sometime. sm
Complete thread -- Right middle lobe mediastinum and hilar nodes
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Benign should be fine. benign can also mean not malignant; self-limiting.
Complete thread -- 4- to 6-week history? is this correct?
Complete thread -- IOW, yes, use the comma. "AP shoulder, internal rotation. This view is taken with the arm
Complete thread -- thank you both! my brain kept hearing "low a" ... I hear it now, thanks!
Complete thread -- it is AP (in) internal rotation, anterior to posterior (AP).
Complete thread -- Probable OA? (osteoarthritis)
Complete thread -- OA - osteoarthritis
Complete thread -- Patient is status post breast reduction surgery.
Complete thread -- ?? no idea
Complete thread -- is it AP, internal rotation or AP internal rotation
Complete thread -- Si.
Complete thread -- changing his mind is the story of this dictator's life...
Complete thread -- " kidney stones made from calcium oxalate (OX-uh-layt). For these people cutting back on
Complete thread -- ^yes^ it is oxalate (I knew it wasn't "isolate" but was brain-farting on right word there)
Complete thread -- I think he is starting then changing his mind and stopping. dietary changes beyond ... ..
Complete thread -- The stone will have to be analyzed. (not sure about your "isolate")
Complete thread -- changes ? We sent it over to be analyzed. Think isolate needs to be oxalate (what
Complete thread -- dietary changes. ______ over to be
Complete thread -- Schuchardt
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- not sure on your s/l, but it is "buccal" not "buckle" and Freer is capped.
Complete thread -- s/l sha cane incision
Complete thread -- Hi, MT50! How have you been? We miss you around here.
Complete thread -- nevermind - he's saying peaking
Complete thread -- troponin is elevated. s/l PA or TA or PEA or TEA is 1.05. Tele demonstrates a-fib
Complete thread -- I can buy that! Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying and looking, sorry about the .wav file. :-)
Complete thread -- original OR dressing? I can't find anything either. Wish I could hear the wav
Complete thread -- slight
Complete thread -- help with ortho/CT scan; mp3 uploaded
Complete thread -- Sorry, s/l "empari OR" - I was thinking name brand, then OR...
Complete thread -- well in between ___ to start from work and family issues
Complete thread -- do you have a s/l? I can never hear your wav files
Complete thread -- Some sort of dressing - ID consult (.wav sent)
Complete thread -- my guess was metronidazole so went with it.
Complete thread -- pt being seen for sleep apnea evaluation.
Complete thread -- so what do you hear?
Complete thread -- Thanks, nothing in the history to indicate necessity.
Complete thread -- Any reason to be on Flagyl? s/l metronidazole
Complete thread -- Premarin, pantoprazole, dicyclomine, lisinopril, metoprolol, _________
Complete thread -- please refine the s/l
Complete thread -- possible modest resection?
Complete thread -- going to flag, mucosa fits perfectly, but s/l is off - thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- The speech doc had Mohs, but could only find for skin cancer as well
Complete thread -- mucosal?
Complete thread -- I believe that only is for skin cancers?
Complete thread -- Mohs?
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- drawing a blank, s/l moniss resection, sm plse
Complete thread -- try saccades
Complete thread -- During eye s/l sick-odds in the horizontal direction, patient lost focus. TIA!
Complete thread -- okay, sending with blanks, thanks!
Complete thread -- anyone have any guesses??
Complete thread -- I think I will turn it in. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- the 2nd blank almost s/l "at home"... seems like there is something at both blanks to me,
Complete thread -- I don't think anything is really there. Sounds like "have been ... otherwise have been
Complete thread -- unsure what she says
Complete thread -- outpatient therapy?
Complete thread -- now we have given the option ______, but it was intolerable.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- Video Cystoscopy and fiberoptic bronchoscopy
Complete thread -- I hate to assume, but I'd assume right 3rd
Complete thread -- That's how we do it, but we can't use superscript/subscript, 1/2-inch
Complete thread -- R3 - is that for right third?
Complete thread -- Have to move on. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Dictated 'Half inch Steri-Strips' Is this way correct? ½-inch Steri-Strips.
Complete thread -- Duh...thanks. That's it!
Complete thread -- no. probably folate since it follows B12.
Complete thread -- Would Foley make sense in the following (see message)
Complete thread -- "rothkee" method (of exercise, I think)
Complete thread -- I know, right. He changes so much. He needs to get his thoughts together THEN
Complete thread -- Knowing how much $$$$$ reps for these companies spend to get docs to use
Complete thread -- Yeah, thanks for confirming.
Complete thread -- yep, it moving can cause... i hear that too now. He is just bad with making up his mind.
Complete thread -- Found your ZipLoop, ZipTight, and ToggleLoc; sounds like your doc put 'em all in 1 word.
Complete thread -- biceps tear. A 'ziploc' device by Biomet was used.Can only find ZipLoop and ToogleLoc
Complete thread -- ReoPro®
Complete thread -- Reopro
Complete thread -- Back in 2003 she received TPA and
Complete thread -- The size of it moving can cause some discomfort and intentionally block it.
Complete thread -- Holy crap. When you posted, I googled & found all that. Why...why...why..why oh my oh my
Complete thread -- I hear type 1 bilateral renal cysts. the stone, the size of it can cause him some ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- type 1 _____ 9 mm cyst ____. The size of them ____ can cause
Complete thread -- sorry and the flow WAS steady
Complete thread -- The horror of it all.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Never ?seen? a spot a new blood or ... ... and the flow was steady.
Complete thread -- LUTS lower urinary tract symptoms.
Complete thread -- citalopram?
Complete thread -- s/l septoplan for anxiety
Complete thread -- of urine. _____ at the most ____ and the flow is steady
Complete thread -- He is just stumbling, so it is- BNP level and we will see him again in about a year
Complete thread -- Thanks. I wondered if that was it.
Complete thread -- Gee, that's really helpful info for the Google-challenged who wanted to know more.
Complete thread -- ...status, tele(metry), with...
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- He had a BNP level and ______ and will see him
Complete thread -- Prostatic congestion and lower urinary tract symptoms *lets* and BPH.
Complete thread -- got this, prostatic
Complete thread -- symptoms, prostatitis, _____ congestion, has history
Complete thread -- " However, food grade diatomaceous earth offers a host of health benefits too.
Complete thread -- nope, definitely said arteriograms
Complete thread -- never heard of it either way. thanks O
Complete thread -- learned something new about diatomaceous earth... SM
Complete thread -- nevermind, I got it... ticarcillin :)
Complete thread -- allergy help
Complete thread -- yup. You can see calcification on plain films, but it's not an arteriogram
Complete thread -- never heard the wav, but could it be arthrogram?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree - suicidal ideation/capacity
Complete thread -- maybe capacity to kill herself? (like they sometimes say suicidal with intent, plan)
Complete thread -- Possible? Who knows.
Complete thread -- or even just general capacity to be independent.
Complete thread -- son-in-law
Complete thread -- maybe capacity to make medical decisions on her own?
Complete thread -- REASON FOR CONSULTATION: Depression, suicidal ideation, *capacity*.
Complete thread -- If I had to guess I would think loss of sensation. But I flagged.
Complete thread -- he has no crepitations?
Complete thread -- she did put nm in her subject line
Complete thread -- Addy, if you leave the "message" part blank, it shows us there is no message. by putting
Complete thread -- s/l his word just cuts off and I only hear "ation" - best to blank.
Complete thread -- Sending on. I just can't hear those missing words.
Complete thread -- Sorry - seen for 3rd metatarsal fracture
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you! nm
Complete thread -- circuitous would fit (maybe mispronouncing as circuitive)
Complete thread -- patient is somewhat perseverative and "sa-cu-a-tiv". tia nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- that would be way
Complete thread -- Bazinga!
Complete thread -- What could be worse, is a blow-by-blow of exactly how he broke it?
Complete thread -- thank you for rational discussion. I also heard it, but just couldn't make heads or tails
Complete thread -- the things that people come up with, and get quoted for record
Complete thread -- the rest of the family? his immediate family?
Complete thread -- I agree with that, it was poor usage since arteriogram usually
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- already told his sons and his _______ family because there
Complete thread -- Sounds cool! I never had the docs dictating right by me but
Complete thread -- me too!
Complete thread -- Okay, that makes sense, but I'm still lost with the use of arteriogram. Thanks
Complete thread -- They dictated by my desk and I could ask spelling & meaning of anything. Small 73-bed
Complete thread -- Because they are calcified. The calcification is denser than
Complete thread -- She -- the patient is a He.
Complete thread -- That's a priceless education, as far as I'm concerned.
Complete thread -- how do you "see" that on plain film x-ray? I'm dying to understand.
Complete thread -- Urinary-wise,
Complete thread -- she didn't spot any blood (listened again)
Complete thread -- Thank you. I did Google but in quotes. Perhaps I would
Complete thread -- she didn't find (or identify) any blood
Complete thread -- :) glad to hear :)
Complete thread -- me either, O. I was taught in a local hospital BY the doctors.
Complete thread -- Yes. Google pelvic reflection. (SM)
Complete thread -- I agree with you poi, but this whole post is in "an uproar" so I am staying out of it. ;)
Complete thread -- I never had any MT schoolin, just learned from hard knocks and hard docs.
Complete thread -- Elderly woman with an episode of bloody, purulent drainage
Complete thread -- It's okay - I saw your apology before I read your snark, so I didn't get my feelers hurt.
Complete thread -- No burning, no discomfort. _______ spotting any blood
Complete thread -- arthritis in her midfoot and calcific (arteriosclerosis? arthropathy? ) who knows, onlyt
Complete thread -- okay thanks
Complete thread -- it does not make sense in this context.
Complete thread -- sorry, was not meaning to sound snarky. Forgive me
Complete thread -- First off. The OPs post is telling what the doctor saw on a film. ALL of that dictated
Complete thread -- you don't know if there is any rule about that?? isn't that part of everyone's MT schoolin
Complete thread -- I do hear arteriograms and, if you look at the word and break
Complete thread -- Good to know.
Complete thread -- Bwahahaha. If that soothes your soul, I guess good for you. I know someone
Complete thread -- Mahurkar commonly heard, tip for next time, google.com list of dialysis catheter, LOTS
Complete thread -- Don't know if there's any rule about that, but I spell it out for readability.
Complete thread -- you never use +/- without numbers
Complete thread -- that's what I hear -- "her blood sugar"
Complete thread -- plus/minus or +/-?
Complete thread -- not sure
Complete thread -- FYI - the poster above to whom you are addressing is not "O" - the O is a wide open mouth.
Complete thread -- I would not hire you for my company, if hired in error, would not last for sure
Complete thread -- dear "O" instead of just making unsupported disagreement statement show why not sm
Complete thread -- Putting it that way, the patient is saying "She is herself feeling better" - why would the
Complete thread -- It almost sounds like block, but that would not make sense? thanks
Complete thread -- LOL. You're priceless. And lost in your own world, making up stuff to "fit" that just
Complete thread -- I'd go with vault - if it was the wall, the cervix would be on the side ?
Complete thread -- cervix is located in the upper left vaginal "blop". Vault or wall? nm tia
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. I was not sure I was hearing what I thought I was hearing
Complete thread -- As usual, you are full of it and "uninformed" & messed up head. Bug off.
Complete thread -- Where do you work? I do not want you doing my reports, nor anyone I know.
Complete thread -- agree and add in "elder abuse" to bring up the appro. state agency
Complete thread -- Ridiculous. Poppycock. BAD info
Complete thread -- she has some kind of test "pretty much everywhere"? no, does not make sense.
Complete thread -- Huge leap and very dangerous to assume. Safest thing is to send a blank
Complete thread -- yes, makes sense, did listen too. It's an imaging test to see how clogged up arteries are
Complete thread -- Of course! I have had those myself! (pretty good if I recall). Thanks so much !
Complete thread -- also is fine
Complete thread -- maybe he meant that everywhere they have done arteriorgrams they have seen calcifications
Complete thread -- I thought that was what he said, but makes NO sense. He made a mistake. I would not
Complete thread -- Belvita, sometimes written belVita or BelVita, is a brand of breakfast biscuit sold origin
Complete thread -- okay, I guess I will leave blank
Complete thread -- needing to send, as it is a stat... it is preferred we have no blanks
Complete thread -- OMG - LOVE THIS SITE!!! Thanks for posting it!
Complete thread -- Anyone ever hear of a *Ba-zita* bar. It is a type of food and may have wheat in it?
Complete thread -- is that the word you hear on WAV as well?
Complete thread -- makes no sense. Flg it.
Complete thread -- has anyone heard of this before? or think they know what he meant?
Complete thread -- okay, will go with: She is herself feeling better, she says. Thanks!
Complete thread -- should also mention that this job has been marked as a STAT by my employer
Complete thread -- I would do:"She is herself feeling better," she says.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- admitted with history of gout... sm for exam
Complete thread -- stage T2b
Complete thread -- calcific s/l arteriograms???
Complete thread -- think should be T2b (what stages of prostate cancer on this link)
Complete thread -- thanks, makes sense!
Complete thread -- June 2003 for a localized 2 *T B* Gleason 6 prostate cancer
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- I'd leave it as into the liver substance, which was removed. Put the comma
Complete thread -- this is done on Prevacid alone.
Complete thread -- help with placement of words
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- It is fine as is. The diagnosis is congestive heart failure, the rest are findings on
Complete thread -- unsure of #6, if they are all one number or separate? We have to put in #'d list
Complete thread -- She is herself feeling better she says.
Complete thread -- Did you not see the OP's reply already???
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- maybe you could post the audio
Complete thread -- oops, I mean correct but spelled Alfredson
Complete thread -- I think you have it right
Complete thread -- going with "stumble" :) Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- audio bad, but maybe this was ___ on Prevacid alone
Complete thread -- eosinophilic esophagitis; __________ Prevacid alone
Complete thread -- gosh... start by looking at websites for the county/state in wh ...
Complete thread -- s/l a DS should be done because of reported elder abuse in the home. TIA!
Complete thread -- I would never guess either, but they wouldn't depend on a note for DNR status.
Complete thread -- good for you, don't guess on this one.
Complete thread -- there is a Maryland PDF file found on google, if that applies
Complete thread -- still not 100% sure. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I think I found it. A-2
Complete thread -- the patient is 100 years old. DNR/DNI, ? DNRA2 ? patient.
Complete thread -- I settled for ....was thick in a 50-year-old (stripe was 1 cm thick)
Complete thread -- Due to the fact that her endometrial stripe was __________ 50-year-old
Complete thread -- Very cool site. I just tried it; added to favorites.
Complete thread -- Thanks again! (And thanks to other poster too!)
Complete thread -- I love mtdictionary.com...put "m" in 1st box and "catheter" in last one!
Complete thread -- I hear "he is going to the health fair..."
Complete thread -- I've been googling my fingers off, and couldn't come up with anything. New for me too!
Complete thread -- I can almost hear that, but I'll bet that is it. New one for me. TKS!
Complete thread -- Mahurkar (catheter)\?
Complete thread -- A left (ma hog' ger) was placed for emergent dialysis.
Complete thread -- Great! Thanks for the nice thank you!
Complete thread -- I bet that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- For the helper who suggested "PSP Progressive Supranuclear Palsy" ...
Complete thread -- Quite a few hits for it...
Complete thread -- HPC? History of Present Condition...WAG
Complete thread -- Heading s/l HBC or HVC with content of HPI. Any idea what this is? TIA!
Complete thread -- I believe he said: He was sent over to the health fair to get labs
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- not hearing your wav
Complete thread -- oops - only one midway
Complete thread -- a point was chosen midway midway between
Complete thread -- not sure what he is saying
Complete thread -- HVAC certification
Complete thread -- HVAC (and then "says it" as H-VAC).
Complete thread -- "HVAC H VAC" heating and cooling
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I'm wondering?? Since it IS a children hospital and there is a Berlin (heart device) sm
Complete thread -- Occupation: The patient has completed a ___ certification
Complete thread -- Base word is apraxia, not praxia.
Complete thread -- That's from 2007 and another discussion on MTStars is from 2008. This is like years after
Complete thread -- Funny enough, Stedman's Neurology/Neurosurgery Word book third addition lists them BOTH!
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- anymore. she could not stand any more pain.
Complete thread -- anymore
Complete thread -- any more or anymore
Complete thread -- and I get what you mean about the /n/ sound - I agree
Complete thread -- Lots of people think they say N when they say and
Complete thread -- OK, thanks. Accepted. SM
Complete thread -- exactly, you were not being rude.
Complete thread -- ooo, sorry I called you rude
Complete thread -- Thanks! Cuz I'm just a friendly helper whose intentions are good.
Complete thread -- uncinectomy?
Complete thread -- NO, you were not rude.
Complete thread -- Hey, conflusi, was I rude? or was onlooker rude for calling me rude?
Complete thread -- That's true. Not sure the OP meant she was going to change to lesion or keep lesion though
Complete thread -- me either because by saying "hit" there is no 'n' in there.
Complete thread -- and what?
Complete thread -- and
Complete thread -- spoon feed it to me
Complete thread -- You should not be using "lesion" if it was dictated "tear."
Complete thread -- what was rude about it? Certainly not my intention.
Complete thread -- I can explain the /n/ sound she hears, but I'd have to spoon feed it to ya!
Complete thread -- how rude
Complete thread -- thrombocytopenia means low platelets; Plavix and heparin both blood thinners...
Complete thread -- ok, thanks. It is HIT - doc just repeated it later in report. THanks again
Complete thread -- A SLAP lesion is a SLAP tear
Complete thread -- I did look it up, but not sure sm
Complete thread -- check into HIT (look it up or wait a while and someone will spoon feed it to ya!)
Complete thread -- s/l hant or hent pls sm for context
Complete thread -- Just curious, what did you try?
Complete thread -- Thank you - when I first tried that it did not come up as a med but no ...
Complete thread -- the name is extra here: it could be removed without changing the meaning
Complete thread -- ? Soma
Complete thread -- Pain medication
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wish i could . . . thanks
Complete thread -- No, a colon would work there, but I think the comma is fine.
Complete thread -- I would too today! I thought it probably meant that, but today, it was probably some
Complete thread -- yes, shooting the film, shot the film... shot it. Would like to shoot the doctors.
Complete thread -- sent WAV
Complete thread -- Retrograde pyelogram was shot? Would shot be correct?
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Blakesley forceps ?
Complete thread -- neuropraxia medical dictionary
Complete thread -- Will do! :)
Complete thread -- Both arise and rise are irregular verbs.
Complete thread -- neurapraxia?
Complete thread -- neuropathy could fit there but sure doesn't sound like your word.
Complete thread -- s/l naproxia
Complete thread -- Thanks. should I also put a semicolon after "aneurysm"?
Complete thread -- The PSA is not rising. Sorry. I was just using the end of the sentence. Not arising
Complete thread -- Thanks. I feel better knowing if I am truly cranky that I am not alone. ;)
Complete thread -- use semicolons after 2007 and 2009 since there are internal commas
Complete thread -- hint for next time - spell out phonetically: four-oh-meth-o-lone
Complete thread -- do I have to use semicolons in this sentence or is this okay? she dictated punctuatio
Complete thread -- do you mean, not "arising" ? confused by that LOL
Complete thread -- not rising. A problem can arise. The PSA is increasing/rising.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- hoo nose?
Complete thread -- You're welcome. I googled aortic aneurysm angioplasty and found balloon in hits, just for
Complete thread -- can you post a voice file with that paragraph?
Complete thread -- of course! Thanks!
Complete thread -- fluorometholone
Complete thread -- daily occurrence. Why would they attempt to find such an easy thing and read about it
Complete thread -- he is just saying 4 O (not zero) is what he is saying
Complete thread -- rising or arising? he dictates arising, but is that grammatically correct?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Btw, Kitty, you have tear in your original post, above you have lesion. Be sure to leave
Complete thread -- s/l Berlin angioplasty?
Complete thread -- Is it just me or am I crank this morning to think that it's unbelievable an MT could not
Complete thread -- Well, I've checked a lot of references on HSV keratitis and I can find nothing even
Complete thread -- ENT op note - my first one. please see msg.
Complete thread -- how is the 4 (o or zero)? Slash dash? or just saying 40 or?
Complete thread -- s/l 4/O methylone therapy
Complete thread -- SLAP stands for "superior labrum, anterior to posterior"—in other words, "the top part of
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, found it: superior labrum anterior-posterior lesion
Complete thread -- The term SLAP stands for Superior Labrum Anterior and Posterior. In a SLAP injury, the top
Complete thread -- Makes me think of that Macgyver ripoff movie, Macgruber.
Complete thread -- i need to expand SLAP tear in the diagnosis section. nm
Complete thread -- I was so far off. I never would have gotten that. Thanks
Complete thread -- McRoberts
Complete thread -- I just made a wav and sent WAV
Complete thread -- going from vaginal to c-section - sounds like McGraubber
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- There is a Chaffin sump?
Complete thread -- two nurses applying external pressure during colonoscopy seems legit.
Complete thread -- not phrased very well, but I think means 2 nurses were pushin on the belly.
Complete thread -- 2 RNs (nurses compressing externally)
Complete thread -- Salem sump?
Complete thread -- Thanks helper:)
Complete thread -- abdominal compression of *two RNs*. A pediatric colonoscope
Complete thread -- proceeded to place a *sanding sump* down into the hernia
Complete thread -- okay. If that is how he wants it, nothing else to be done. :)
Complete thread -- I don't know why I used "OP" in my above answer. lol I am not OP, just helper.
Complete thread -- Yes. Period or at least a semicolon needed.
Complete thread -- I went back and listened and he then had another dictation where he used the word again
Complete thread -- it became black and blue.....should this be separate sentence here?
Complete thread -- no, but thanks. 90 year old patient. nm
Complete thread -- Flexed does not have the same meaning. I'd listen for reflex.
Complete thread -- Ty, everyone, so does that mean flexed could be correct or should listen for reflex?
Complete thread -- Suboxone? Doesn't fit with any of the diagnoses though.
Complete thread -- aw crap. Male. I see. Never mind!
Complete thread -- could zer be her doxazosin?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- example s/m
Complete thread -- Usually a reflex test is performed in response to an earlier finding. SO,
Complete thread -- could it be PSP Progressive Supranuclear Palsy
Complete thread -- definitely not hearing that, but thanks. nm
Complete thread -- s/l PSD or PST (see context)
Complete thread -- the Doxazosin?
Complete thread -- anemia, BPH, chronic renal insufficiency, diabetes, cataracts. sm tia
Complete thread -- Fluid sent for alpha-defensin and then s/l flexed to a culture if alpha-defensin is p
Complete thread -- I thought either A or today. Thanks
Complete thread -- any clues in dictation? A med list? diagnoses??? anything?
Complete thread -- patient believes "zer-dox-own" has raised his blood sugar. tia nm
Complete thread -- I'm curious - what makes it "much better" than autocorrect?
Complete thread -- seven!
Complete thread -- today
Complete thread -- wav file. Not positive there is actually a word there.
Complete thread -- sigh
Complete thread -- but a great money saver!
Complete thread -- Ours just gets worse too. It screws up all the formatting. Cannot do numbered lists
Complete thread -- and so when you pretty much have to totally retype that (at half pay), the VR learns
Complete thread -- Checked trademark link and there used to be a THRU-CUT, but it was
Complete thread -- thanks for some more confirmation. :) and the Stedman's mention before.
Complete thread -- Here is another.
Complete thread -- When I looked on the web, although it said Thru-Cut, I think that through-cut
Complete thread -- EditScript here. I have to remember that it could always be worse.
Complete thread -- thanks, all, going with through-cut. at least it's the safest since the most "generic."
Complete thread -- Thanks. That sounds much more like it than Prolene and it works for plastic
Complete thread -- BeyondText
Complete thread -- Check the archives for this. It seems there is a Tru-Cut, Thru-Cut, and through-cut was
Complete thread -- I found through-cutting forceps tip in Stedman's, so I'd say through-cut...
Complete thread -- MicroFrance Lusk MicroBite Through-Cutting Forceps for ...
Complete thread -- Just a wound closure that had been closed and came open on the foot
Complete thread -- yikes. what VR platform is that?
Complete thread -- I found a Premilene suture - mebbe that
Complete thread -- what kind of OP?
Complete thread -- I know, right... :) My issue is when it just babbles, see msg
Complete thread -- through-cut or thru-cut forceps?
Complete thread -- molluscum contagiosum? (some of the same sounds in there)
Complete thread -- wav file. Do you suppose that he is slaughtering Prolene?
Complete thread -- That is funny!
Complete thread -- tigious infers an adjective form? Was there nothing after that word?
Complete thread -- here's one that mystified me...
Complete thread -- help with baby skin
Complete thread -- Not just VR, but I have many docs who dictate it wrong and VR puts what it hears. Double
Complete thread -- job security (until point-and-click totally takes over)
Complete thread -- well, we all know that VR sucks eggs, right?
Complete thread -- It keeps coming in on VR as was, so it makes one question.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- dang, you're good!
Complete thread -- Burch colposuspension
Complete thread -- were
Complete thread -- Gynecologic exam...
Complete thread -- was or were. I think side effects is the subject
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sofosbuvir? see link
Complete thread -- all treatment including ______ has been considered
Complete thread -- instead of "and" hidrosis
Complete thread -- anhidrosis
Complete thread -- oh, "go on." clearer here.
Complete thread -- WAV. patient scheduled for aortic and mitral valve replacement.
Complete thread -- is hidrosis correct? I cant find it in google like that. Any other suggestions.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- some areas?
Complete thread -- along with the inframammary breast area and _____ under his right axilla.
Complete thread -- atorvastatin?
Complete thread -- I wouldn't put any commas so how's that for hitting it across a ...
Complete thread -- s/l ultrasop for statin TIA!
Complete thread -- Flagging and sending on. Thanks for the suggestions!
Complete thread -- Do you have a lifetime license to use or do you renew it yearly? I'm not sure, but I think
Complete thread -- I now used InstantText... prefer it over SH (shorthand) myself
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The name is essential here (so no commas).
Complete thread -- it is now... If you can hear it clearly.
Complete thread -- fluency?
Complete thread -- http://www.quickanddirtytips.com/education/grammar/appositives
Complete thread -- Is transtruncally a word?
Complete thread -- WAG - underwent phalanx of tests of the .... ?
Complete thread -- Scroll down and read about Cynthia's daughter. Why would OP's sentence
Complete thread -- s/l flex subtest of the Wechsler Individual Achievement Test-III. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Reynell III ?
Complete thread -- thanks for the link - that was very helpful
Complete thread -- developmental parameters based on s/l the real 3. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- "A visual field was performed with a Humphrey Field Analyzer (HFA) (Model 620, ... The ful
Complete thread -- "Monocular visual fields (60 degrees radius) were tested with the 81-point, single intensi
Complete thread -- Here is a good write up on appositives and commas. It has nothing to do with him
Complete thread -- help with oph
Complete thread -- the template is fine, your sentence is fine; the other poster is mininformed
Complete thread -- what????
Complete thread -- no it doesn't
Complete thread -- Thanks for pointing that out. It's on the template that way - set up by the practice -
Complete thread -- by setting patient name off with commas here, you're implying doc only
Complete thread -- as did I. context, IMO, wouldn't have helped here.
Complete thread -- I think they were checking hyphens
Complete thread -- six
Complete thread -- Yes, and easy to verify on Google.
Complete thread -- partial-thickness bursal-sided - is this correct?
Complete thread -- fifth
Complete thread -- I always want something really medical and it normally turns out something so common
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. I was trying to listen for some instrument or other name of something.Thx
Complete thread -- It sounds fine.
Complete thread -- Express Scribe company (NCH) has word expander program that works w/Express Scribe see ms
Complete thread -- fourthed.
Complete thread -- the findings noted above?
Complete thread -- I'd not lose any sleep. I knew exactly what you meant.
Complete thread -- Does it sound like the Spanish translator performed the surgery or is this clear enou
Complete thread -- Instant Text
Complete thread -- sorry. I normally give tons of info but I had emails wanting it yesterday. Got
Complete thread -- and ultrasound began with ________. He then
Complete thread -- What other "context" would you require. She said it was in psych. And gave
Complete thread -- That's what they say. I have no knowledge of Speedtype. Never used. We
Complete thread -- Are Speedtype and Shorthand the same thing? Except ST is twice as expensive?
Complete thread -- LOL!! Right off the bat
Complete thread -- Context always helps. We could have gotten it right off the bad
Complete thread -- me three
Complete thread -- ditto me too.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Shorthand 10
Complete thread -- Just curious - what expander program does everyone use?
Complete thread -- *sigh* Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't see this message before my note above suggesting Norton
Complete thread -- Just installed Norton 360 on my computer and it fixed somethings that caused at least ONE
Complete thread -- normal rate, rhythm, volume and tone -
Complete thread -- Thank you! It was a stat as well. They can never be normal speakers when they are stats
Complete thread -- ahhh...ok
Complete thread -- what is NRRVT?
Complete thread -- NRRVT normal rate rhythm volume tone thanks for getting me off the in
Complete thread -- I think, had you given "context" with this message, more would have tried to help
Complete thread -- how about not in Speech is NRRVT
Complete thread -- the "is in" part is throwing me. I could see Speech is rapid rate, perseverative, somethi
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link
Complete thread -- I do hear clearly
Complete thread -- clearly went on?
Complete thread -- psych report - Speech is in RRVT or RRBT? Any ideas?
Complete thread -- http://www.antivirusgateway.com/access-violation-error-troubleshoot-and-repair-access-viol
Complete thread -- "'Access Violation' errors and other critical malfunctions can arise when the Windows oper
Complete thread -- I don't know if any of these might have an answer, but you might want to check
Complete thread -- I would love to pay someone if they could fix it...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- sounds like a question for a computer tech-savvy person. Do you have any local people who
Complete thread -- problem may be with programs or Windows 7. Just some thoughts(See msg)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- why would they put a test strip there?
Complete thread -- Speedtype 10, Express Scribe and Sony VAIO computer
Complete thread -- (I've been holding myself back from posting that same comment!)
Complete thread -- don't need one there before who, only her mom is the who,
Complete thread -- spit
Complete thread -- I wouldn't put but one. ago, her face .
Complete thread -- I would use only the comma after "today"
Complete thread -- I don't like the commas (except the one after "today") - they interrupt the flow.
Complete thread -- I was curious about the "don't swallow" too - swallow what?
Complete thread -- Are the commas correct in this sentence?
Complete thread -- Sometimes it might be helpful if you would remind us this is not a US account
Complete thread -- The usual dose is one or two 5 ml spoonfuls (or the contents of one or two sachets
Complete thread -- ? don't swallow? huh?
Complete thread -- flagged, thank you.
Complete thread -- ? given the MPA (medroxyprogesterone acetate)
Complete thread -- no idea, cannot find anything remotely close with either of those.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- mono screen
Complete thread -- sorry- actually in for a cough but history of UTIs
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Googled Normacol Plus
Complete thread -- s/l BMPA or VMPA ?
Complete thread -- I googled just it and got the info I supplied. But thanks
Complete thread -- sure it does, google it
Complete thread -- the superior portion
Complete thread -- Normacol Sachets 60
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- hey... hey... hey.. still hearing the old one. Can't do anything w/o correct one.
Complete thread -- not to mention that "revisited" would make absolutely no sense here, even if "seen a lot
Complete thread -- old mp3 still there
Complete thread -- it comes in granules. not even in a sachet. Wonder if they are trying to say
Complete thread -- good one!
Complete thread -- Sent to QA. I hear maybe spoon in there as well.
Complete thread -- entire L3, L4, and L5 and _____ portion of the S1
Complete thread -- brought tears to my eyes too haha
Complete thread -- it is for a medication Normacol Plus 2 s/l sirstine per day
Complete thread -- not really. How about context???
Complete thread -- What is the whole sentence? sachet (small purse??)
Complete thread -- Today's VR funny sent to me by a fellow MT.
Complete thread -- anyone know another way to say sachet s/l cirstine or sirstine
Complete thread -- or, more likely, it is "brevis" as was heard on sound file two posts above.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- with far lateral recess stenosis
Complete thread -- ligamentous flavum with ______ lateral recess stenosis
Complete thread -- I had before I posted, thanks
Complete thread -- google: knee "jog of motion"
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- "Zydzel" infant formula. TIA nm
Complete thread -- yep - makes sense. Just a tiny bit of motion.
Complete thread -- that is how it sounded to me, but never heard it before and did not know if that made
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- .... yes? I did
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- ? a jog of motion
Complete thread -- have you posted the wav?
Complete thread -- not sure what I am hearing
Complete thread -- agree since contemporary really doesn't seem to fit there ?
Complete thread -- agree with zinc
Complete thread -- ...and zinc.
Complete thread -- and zinc?
Complete thread -- Protonix 40 mg one daily _______, and her Lovenox
Complete thread -- best to ost wav
Complete thread -- subcu is under the skin (not into)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Atrovent 1 unit dose BY neb (not bi) but not sure on your *word*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- chloride 20 mEq one daily, Protonix 40 mg one daily *in sync*, and her Lovenox and wa
Complete thread -- since he wanted confirmatory, I'd listen for confirmatory, not contemporary?
Complete thread -- nerve-specific electrode (NSE)?
Complete thread -- I thought he should be saying have, but I do think he says am. ESL
Complete thread -- ? can you hear contemporaneous
Complete thread -- might mean this (AB Biodisk)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I have increased her Toprol
Complete thread -- contemporary "N S E" nerve conduction
Complete thread -- I am increased the ....
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- in her neck, I _____ increase the Toprol
Complete thread -- Xyzal is med. for cold/allergies
Complete thread -- sorry, I didn't see it; guess I got lost in the stupidity of the thread
Complete thread -- s/lreh viss ed may be revisited (seen a lot in med. articles)
Complete thread -- listen for: directly over the abscess (vs access)
Complete thread -- On listening again, I think the separate sentence at the end was part of the first.
Complete thread -- or sighting might be more appropriate?
Complete thread -- the siting of a .....
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- in the setting of a ?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- fecundity rate for the age of 41
Complete thread -- Postpartum visit..
Complete thread -- Cause they long to be dimples instead. :)
Complete thread -- my dumples have no
Complete thread -- maybe YOUR dumples thank... my dumples are ingrates.
Complete thread -- new one for me too, thanks!
Complete thread -- oops bad typo
Complete thread -- Someone else posted a ? a few weeks back spelling it puss. That is scary
Complete thread -- there is no extra s on pus..
Complete thread -- pus - not puss. maybe your dumples thank is samples sent?
Complete thread -- puss which was suctioned and *dumples thank* for several studies
Complete thread -- OMG - how did I miss that! Thank you!
Complete thread -- googling stress test sest... (i didnt even get past sest) and it popped right up.
Complete thread -- or sestamibi
Complete thread -- sestimibi
Complete thread -- Workup included a stress test with *ses-ta-me-be* and an echocardiogram.
Complete thread -- AND In the health care community "allow natural death" or "AND" is a term that is quickly
Complete thread -- Yes!!! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- thanks - never heard that one before
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- AND allow natural death
Complete thread -- code status: s/l A and D ? nm
Complete thread -- clopidogrel (Plavix) ?
Complete thread -- drug just in a number med list, no strength given- s/l fopid-a-bril or lopid-a-gril
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- as well as into the subcutaneous tissues
Complete thread -- Marcaine as well as ______ tissues.
Complete thread -- ^Yes!^ listened again, and I hear "fragmented brevis" now also. Good catch kclpaj!
Complete thread -- so, "fragmented brevis"? (not fragment and brevis?)
Complete thread -- Wow, oscar! That's it because of this sentence in the report..
Complete thread -- brevis? (as in extensor digitorum or extensor hallucis brevis)
Complete thread -- Foot and ankle repair.
Complete thread -- anterolateral wall? is cardiac. I didn't hear wall at all. I could catch what
Complete thread -- anterolateral subacromial spur (no "wall" in there) SM for p.s.
Complete thread -- I got this one: Subacromial spur. Thanks
Complete thread -- IMPINGEMENT FROM PROMINENT ANTEROLATERAL WALL ________ SPUR.
Complete thread -- Yep, probably will. It does look like a disk. If you check the link down below,
Complete thread -- Foot and ankle repair... s/l "reh-viss-ed"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Probably; maybe was trying for a made-up generic of that, like "bio disk."
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/search?q=biopatch+for+central+lines&newwindow=1&source=lnms&sa=X&ei
Complete thread -- I'm betting that he is meaning the BioPatch...
Complete thread -- The procedure, its risks, benefits, and alternatives were . You cannot
Complete thread -- collecting system?
Complete thread -- It s/l "a regular doctor"
Complete thread -- There was nondilated ______ and good prompt drainage.
Complete thread -- There was a medical note by _______ doctor and sent
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- and some drainage
Complete thread -- s/l *periosuture* 3-0 silk
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- can't get one tiny word here
Complete thread -- La Tara beach tunic?
Complete thread -- cerumen impaction removal with *zo zal* ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. He is dicating Cab Core though. ...
Complete thread -- Evans Cabinet Corp?
Complete thread -- *Evans Cab Core* Plant II in Dublin ...
Complete thread -- thanks, just sent to QA for multiple blanks. will post back with their decision, if any.
Complete thread -- Okay, same thread said that wasn't it but suggested BioDISC
Complete thread -- Search archives for "CryoLife BioDisc"
Complete thread -- She is still using the *latara/latera* and her sunscreen as well as Aq ...
Complete thread -- *placement
Complete thread -- s/l biodisk, biodisc? (patient having colectomy, with placment of central venous line
Complete thread -- I would go with "was" as "its risks, benefits, and alterna ...
Complete thread -- yeah, cause no one else had supplied Any of that info already. SHEESH
Complete thread -- Dyspnea, Orthopnea, PND
Complete thread -- I believe "request"injury, was meaning the dictator and MRI dictator
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- listen for "osseous avulsion injury"
Complete thread -- changed to avulsion. Can't verify osteo injury. Are you sure about attachment?
Complete thread -- sm pls
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- Figured it out - 302 form
Complete thread -- Kidneys (meaning BUN/creatinine), liver (function), sugar are normal?
Complete thread -- Patient petitioned with CL2 form or CO2 and admitted involuntarily
Complete thread -- I did, thanks so much all of you! Always!
Complete thread -- Type 2 diabetes
Complete thread -- Thanks. I actually was coming back to say that I thought debridement was in there
Complete thread -- sorry, pre and post is correct, not mid.
Complete thread -- 2 pre debridement specimens and 3 post debridement
Complete thread -- listen again and see if you hear what I heard.
Complete thread -- 2 post debridement specimens and 3 post debridement specimens ... the post debridement
Complete thread -- My gosh. All that speech for that. Thanks
Complete thread -- I think he is just saying and stumbling over mid specimen(s)
Complete thread -- This is a thigh I&D
Complete thread -- THANKS :]
Complete thread -- yep - it's a noun, so one word.
Complete thread -- Right shoulder followup. Is followup correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Just found it myself. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Meckel's cave (trigeminal cave or Meckel's cavity) is a cerebrospinal fluid-containing ara
Complete thread -- Meckel's cave
Complete thread -- s/l mikkles case
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- He also felt that the *request* injury, while not related to the present accepted con
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'm
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- usually hear closed or 'clenched' fist - as opposed to open hand.
Complete thread -- s/l *closed* chest percussion
Complete thread -- thanks sea
Complete thread -- I heard hypersplenism
Complete thread -- You're right, she should just be scolded for not looking them up in the first place.
Complete thread -- His other past medical history includes hepatocellular carcinoma, ______,
Complete thread -- Accelerated Partial Breast Irradiation (APBI) - | Coastal ...
Complete thread -- seriously, how did you go from one question on this board to she
Complete thread -- if OP does not realize any of that by now, I don't foresee anything changing.
Complete thread -- Seriously? Not having to ever do anything for herself will never help her.
Complete thread -- Hyperbole is not your friend.
Complete thread -- See
Complete thread -- That was not a nudge. That was full-fledged handing it to her. LOL.
Complete thread -- how is gumption dramatic?
Complete thread -- I thought the hokey pokey was what it's all about?
Complete thread -- Gumption? Oh my, stop
Complete thread -- yes, need to know spelling & definitions that's what it is all about.
Complete thread -- I think she will learn, regardless of where the information came from.
Complete thread -- Disagree. MT will either become encouraged to learn/lookup on own as sm
Complete thread -- spelling??
Complete thread -- You could have recognized that a prime teaching moment for her just went
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- MTing is all about knowing definitions & spelling (4 issues here)
Complete thread -- PND (paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea) and orthopnea.
Complete thread -- absolutely NOT. You need to look up and see what those are.
Complete thread -- General question - I have a few dictators who always say
Complete thread -- agree with were. procedure, risks, benefits, and alternatives were (ignoring
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks.
Complete thread -- I use were since all those things were discussed. ?
Complete thread -- was or were? I was thinking procedure was the subject so was.
Complete thread -- I'd guess QuantiFERON, used for treatment of refractory sarcoidosis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks to both. This is what I needed.
Complete thread -- drug s/l qui-nif-er-in
Complete thread -- Claritin for his breathing
Complete thread -- intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) can be used as part of an in vitro fertilisation
Complete thread -- 1 tube ? (proximal tubal blockage)
Complete thread -- IVF/frozen embryo transfer with history of *s/l one two blockage.* She
Complete thread -- Dulera? (would fit since she is on Singulair)
Complete thread -- Dulera? (pulmonary)
Complete thread -- in the laboratories.
Complete thread -- today are good. ______ 19 and 0.7 recently.
Complete thread -- Dilaudid as needed, *deliria*, prednisone, Protonix, Singulair, Toprol and folic acid
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Crestor and fenofibrate for his cholesterol. I have no idea about #2.. Seems like he
Complete thread -- fenofibrate is 1st one
Complete thread -- dose aspirin and Claritin for his _______ he takes for that
Complete thread -- He is going about every hour and a half _______ that. There is no burning, no discom
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- didn't see to work okay, he hasn't ... try it again. End cuts off too soon.
Complete thread -- Fractional exhaled nitric oxide (FeNO)
Complete thread -- Is it FENO or FeNO?
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- y urgency or any leakage. ______ of that. No hazy or cloudy urine,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- The *pump* does not seem to be as strong as it used to be.
Complete thread -- The *pump* does not seem to be as strong as it used to be.
Complete thread -- Vesicare, anyhow, and seems ?
Complete thread -- He is in a zone where he is not bad? GreenLight, which he has had problems related to that
Complete thread -- He was on Vesicare and _____ seems to be stable with it.
Complete thread -- . _____ is not bad. - GreenLight ________ after that
Complete thread -- Impression: Small bowel obstruction versus "fools." ??
Complete thread -- by a separate surgeon? by a second surgeon?
Complete thread -- by a separate surgeon
Complete thread -- The patient is a 6-year-old with a history of tympanostomy tube placem ...
Complete thread -- not necessarily, but not even back on board yet. Trying to finish report I suspect
Complete thread -- a bit too fast on this end to pick it up but s/l without large or enlarged drift etc
Complete thread -- multi-channel Contura treatment sm **** x2
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Removal of ectopic.....
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- And, another one who either didn't like the constructive criticism or need the help.
Complete thread -- Actually, I can't find multi-channel anywhere with catheter. SM
Complete thread -- post lumpectomy shouldn't be hyphenated. No comma fter T1N0.
Complete thread -- Lumpectomy "Contour" multichannel catheter?
Complete thread -- Oh gosh. Good thing it is the end of my day!
Complete thread -- HO = history of. My guess
Complete thread -- He says clearly H-O urosepsis - any ideas? He does not say the hyphen.
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. I have a stat coming up.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- ? heater underneath the food holding trays
Complete thread -- ? post voice file
Complete thread -- Gosh yes! My mom used to live in Tallahasee (sp?) and used heaters.
Complete thread -- (hit enter too soon) ...he is a hem/onc doc, which makes his inability to say
Complete thread -- Actually, strangely, he is a hem
Complete thread -- maybe "would not perfuse him"
Complete thread -- pursue this?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Depends on what part of FL. North of Orlando gets cold in winter.
Complete thread -- anybody working ? please help
Complete thread -- I never did when I lived there but I guess some
Complete thread -- and, believe it or not, people in Florida do use heat.
Complete thread -- could be a "food heater" - but what is sometimes has to it works in a bar (doesn't sound
Complete thread -- sent it on. Thanks anway.
Complete thread -- S/l She sets up heaters? That's what I hear.
Complete thread -- I've learned never to trust a doc's spelling, unless he's spelling his own name, and then
Complete thread -- Whatever it is, dictator should have spelled, but they usually don't spell right either,
Complete thread -- I'd have never gotten that since I've not heard that word before. :)
Complete thread -- maybe it does s/l cilistic after all. I hear it different every time I listen.
Complete thread -- It is obviously a new term for this "helper" also, since that is incorrect.
Complete thread -- s/l myelophilistic to
Complete thread -- aah, the wav WAS still there, sounded like myelocilistic sm
Complete thread -- I didn't hear wav but I think myelophthisic is right "as suggested")
Complete thread -- *cellulitis
Complete thread -- maybe means torque (untorque) a twisting motion,untwisting motion
Complete thread -- osteo/cellulitis (or osteo-cellulitus)
Complete thread -- No such luck. He says it
Complete thread -- I don't think so either - don't suppose he changes his mind later to osteomyelitis?
Complete thread -- Pts. ankle treated in the hospital for
Complete thread -- going to send with what he said. Thanks
Complete thread -- so, is it acceptable then?
Complete thread -- typo: torsion here
Complete thread -- dr. is referring to torsion her
Complete thread -- doc says "untorses" ??
Complete thread -- I think he means "myelophthisic." Not pronouncing quite
Complete thread -- s/l he made up a word - myelocele(istic) or myelocytic said very wrong.
Complete thread -- sent on with a blank, thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- WAV. patient with pancytopenia, possible CA, etc.
Complete thread -- drugs.com has Fleet Enema as well as Milk of Magnesia
Complete thread -- it is not a brand name
Complete thread -- I would do it like this
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks. Small hiatal hernia and patulous lower esophageal sph ...
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- wav cuts off too quickly, can you repost? s/l "patulous ___ ?sphincter
Complete thread -- oh my goodness
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Small hiatal hernia and ____. ...
Complete thread -- that's not what the phrase X-naive means
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- Do I have correct comma placement
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!! :-)
Complete thread -- fenestration
Complete thread -- General Surgery - incisional hernia - exam
Complete thread -- The only hit I got was maxillary mandibular odontectomy alveolectomy
Complete thread -- anyone heard of MMOA? Listed in PMH. No other info.
Complete thread -- Phillips has a trademark for Phillips Milk of Magnesia and also Milk of Magnesia
Complete thread -- Thank you very much! New term for me !
Complete thread -- LOL:) Yeah
Complete thread -- gotcha...like 1/2 of today's OPs.. sheesh
Complete thread -- Yes, that trademark is for the Phillips, as said. That is capped. However, a generic
Complete thread -- Probably said because OP did not come back after posting question
Complete thread -- who cares? huh?
Complete thread -- makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- who cares.
Complete thread -- Again a trademark but mention of arbitrary words "milk of magnesia"
Complete thread -- can't get it-but if you don't already have a website for lists of AU medications, see link
Complete thread -- is he still in a cast?
Complete thread -- evidence of *cast* with multiple
Complete thread -- For example, A patient who has not recently used any opiate or opioid drug may be conside
Complete thread -- when patients are naive to a med or treatment, it means they've never had that
Complete thread -- Did the doc say anything after this? The patient doesn't realize what Lasix is for or
Complete thread -- Is this correct? The patient is Lasix s/l naive. If so what does it mean?
Complete thread -- agree with rhinoplasty with the "t" sound coming from the end of posT
Complete thread -- that's simple. If it is not Phillips' it is not capped.
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- rhinoplasty? Can't think of any t-plasty except maybe tenoplasty, but doubt that.
Complete thread -- The patient is s/p s/l tone-oh-plasty and septoplasty. TIA!
Complete thread -- While you're at it, you guys might want to debate capping Milk of (M)agnesia.
Complete thread -- okay, what I was think of was papaverine, but that's a vasodilator and wouldn't be it.
Complete thread -- I can hear it, sounds like 3 syllables, not sure if it cuts out or what, but since I'm not
Complete thread -- I agree with you that no one usually caps it. I've gone back and forth over the years. lol
Complete thread -- The original specimen even has it all caps, but if you check packages, some
Complete thread -- I see now the trademark says "no exclusive claim is made to the word "enema" apart from
Complete thread -- I don't even listen to wavs if prev. one is unanswered, but as long as some helpers do...
Complete thread -- for the millionth time, PLEASE CHECK OTHER POSTS to see if someone
Complete thread -- whaaa
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Fleet does even bother with capping it on packages, some do, some don't. I would
Complete thread -- re-posted
Complete thread -- (and) revealed, and graft filled the socket?
Complete thread -- Sounds so familiar, but I can't think of
Complete thread -- previous wav not answered yet
Complete thread -- Uhhh...I was listening and all of a sudden, another wav covered yours up.
Complete thread -- taken ______ adequate bone maintenance and _____ over the socket
Complete thread -- can't get it. on my end, a bit too slow, warbles/echoes
Complete thread -- What I mean is - it's part of the name. It's not trademarked just as
Complete thread -- lactulose and Panadeine Forte, as well as____ in the evening.
Complete thread -- thank you very much - google but apparently not a good search
Complete thread -- It's a brand name...
Complete thread -- yes - google labial lock tooth (SM)
Complete thread -- s/l AD= "80" between 80-120 very small radioactive seeds in prostate gland.(otherwise fine
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l labially locked
Complete thread -- I would not cap enema?
Complete thread -- palladium seed implant(s)
Complete thread -- Prostate cancer s/p radiation therapy and s/l AD or 80 seed implants nm
Complete thread -- maybe dyslexically saying "nodular" (nodural - switching /l/ and /r/ sounds)
Complete thread -- in this case, doubt a GI cocktail, but rather just the PPI/antacid on their formulary
Complete thread -- CTA showed nonspecific s/l nuh-dural change in liver... TIA!
Complete thread -- agree "house" means the facility mixes their own GI cocktail
Complete thread -- like the house wine or house salad dressing
Complete thread -- okay, thanks! :)
Complete thread -- (I do hear what you hear - house)
Complete thread -- maybe means whatever they normally use in that hospital for GI prophylaxis
Complete thread -- do you hear what I hear? (christmas song in my head lol!) s/l house antacid?
Complete thread -- not when written out like that no, but C-section yes
Complete thread -- I had no luck either
Complete thread -- I think "joli" is just a jealous lade talkin' smack.
Complete thread -- agree (metatarsophalangeal joint (in the big toe).
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I'm guessing older dictator, using older terms, prob means 3-0 nylon but
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- ?metatarsophalangeal ?
Complete thread -- also, wound dressed with bacitracin ? (instead of was?)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l metasuphagin joint
Complete thread -- Sounds like he's giving a name? Mr. Something's stitches?
Complete thread -- didn't listen, but is that angulation (instead of ambulation)
Complete thread -- Sorry this is an
Complete thread -- distal ulnar bone. Plan: 1) ______ stitches were discontinued
Complete thread -- English please?
Complete thread -- Suture removal from wound, 4 stitches * zero zero three* nylon suture
Complete thread -- s/l gum or drum may be labrum?
Complete thread -- what?
Complete thread -- I'd think "from" would make better sense than "for" breast cancer.
Complete thread -- Female college student with hip pain.
Complete thread -- Pt with adrenal mass. Does this sentence sound correct as is?
Complete thread -- I'd flag this. Post a wav or MP3
Complete thread -- uses this term a like; so know who it is. gawd
Complete thread -- so far, can't find Woods bursa anywhere, hand & wrist bursa etc.
Complete thread -- can't sit around waiting for someone else to pat it, right?
Complete thread -- Nothin' like a pat on the back, even if it is your own. :)
Complete thread -- or it could be a real med like Nizoral, (and) insulin? 4 hours??
Complete thread -- I dunno about the rest of y'all, but they say I'm da bomb!
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- my thought exactly, but it's been 4h and OP hasn't responded to request for context...
Complete thread -- I don't believe that is a correction. If verbatim, you have it correctly.
Complete thread -- looks like (next) oral insulin. was another med said before it?
Complete thread -- s/l Wood's bursa?? also cannot tell if he wants 1st, 3rd, 2nd or corrected self
Complete thread -- gallbladder is 1 word, NOT 2. :(
Complete thread -- Ty
Complete thread -- extension-biased movements
Complete thread -- the lumbar spine for increasing pain with extension, _____ movements.
Complete thread -- as a nevi? (except if that's it, it should be singular, nevus) (i.e., birthmark)
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- Do we capitalize C in "Cesarean section"?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- neural
Complete thread -- There is __cord compression, foraminal narrowing and spinal stenosis.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- lisinopril
Complete thread -- Need more context...
Complete thread -- MEDS: *nextoral,* insulin. Patient is a diabetic.
Complete thread -- He remains on the ____, hydrochlorothiazide
Complete thread -- She describes as s/l senuvi, but I feel it is scar. tx.
Complete thread -- runoff (run-off)
Complete thread -- ? isotope
Complete thread -- I wonder what they say
Complete thread -- wow
Complete thread -- found this gall bladder is filled with its own secretion which runs over through the
Complete thread -- Some on-line info...
Complete thread -- I'm blanking overdose. I can't make sense of that word in the context.
Complete thread -- History of having taken an overdose of battery, apparently AA alkaline
Complete thread -- HD? For high-density??? Wag
Complete thread -- stablized post?
Complete thread -- As long as the dictator is good, I love the longer dictations!
Complete thread -- please help *S/L ice-to-post?? thanks
Complete thread -- I would think the noun would be ond word--runover
Complete thread -- Depends. I have a lot of oncology and mine are filled with important info. Now,
Complete thread -- Yes! And it's always the same information said in a different way 50 times.
Complete thread -- I am so tired of doing 20- and 30-minute dictations!! Does anyone else
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks again!!
Complete thread -- I hear it now too. Thanks
Complete thread -- He says 'complex' tractional. That's what I hear
Complete thread -- stepwise??
Complete thread -- but, i do NOT hear "complete tractional" - just tractional retinal....
Complete thread -- 23 guage
Complete thread -- i reckon it could. " anatomic central floor of the fovea. The foveola is the anatomic cen
Complete thread -- I was just coming back with SCC...really!
Complete thread -- Thanks! Finally got everything - it's SCC not SAC or SEC.
Complete thread -- NED can mean no evidence of disease...
Complete thread -- Status post s/l SAC or SEC palate, NED. TIA!
Complete thread -- Eye surgery again. Wav is posted. Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Could it be "foveola?" It's something I'm finding now but not sure.
Complete thread -- fovea. fovea centralis. I cannot figure out the "lum" part?
Complete thread -- Eye surgery ............. Perfluoron placed in a s/l step-by fashion.
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- You are correct on that! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for your help.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- sometimes we don't think outside the box.
Complete thread -- also finding this as "ET" DeNovo® ET Live Chondral
Complete thread -- Think? Are you saying I'm not thinking? LOL! I've just never heard it.
Complete thread -- my cup runneth over?
Complete thread -- and drew a pic, or have drawn a pic
Complete thread -- should drawn be changed to drew?
Complete thread -- and someone posted an MP3 at nearly the same time as all the wavs were being
Complete thread -- sometimes, you just cannot, but that is what the gallbladder fills up with and run over,
Complete thread -- NT minced
Complete thread -- DeNovo® NT Graft is a particulated juvenile cartilage implant used for
Complete thread -- PFOs can equal stroke (40%)
Complete thread -- Help with osteochondral allograft Pls s/m
Complete thread -- I just can't confirm that verbage in any source. Thanks!
Complete thread -- can consider using MP3 from start, since wav used more often?
Complete thread -- just FYI see msg
Complete thread -- run over of bile?
Complete thread -- That is what I was thinking (Alimta use) not recommended.
Complete thread -- okay...makes much more sense
Complete thread -- sounds okay, but "what" use is not recommended with low GFR?
Complete thread -- Normal filling of the gallbladder with s/l run over ... (sm)
Complete thread -- non-small-cell lung cancer ... Alimta use is not recommended
Complete thread -- Help with s/l please
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- trying to "say"
Complete thread -- #2 "without any other significant findings"
Complete thread -- did u not see below where both oscar and gnooji explained why PFOs have to do with neuro?
Complete thread -- the last one I think is "significant bladder symptoms" (also bladder was emptIED)
Complete thread -- you're kidding, right?
Complete thread -- I can't tell if he's trying to cord deformity and stuttering, or cold-something deformity?
Complete thread -- I don't think it is a town, I think you're right on some kind of nursing home or something
Complete thread -- indenting the spinal cord with mild underlying __ deformity
Complete thread -- Gawd, he is hard to understand. All I can hear is the very last one, part of it,
Complete thread -- I'm gonna send with a blank. Cannot catch what he says. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I added again.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I don't hear ANY of that.
Complete thread -- WHOEVER is posting wavs and stuff, PLEASE try to check first before posting over
Complete thread -- I just reposted. Seems I have this issue daily where another OP posts over my WAV.
Complete thread -- hello??? I have a WAV posted and waiting for answer. Reposting mine
Complete thread -- I was listening, then the OP above overposted your wav...
Complete thread -- multiple ?S
Complete thread -- better take that up with the Mass General Cardio-Neurology Clinic
Complete thread -- frog leg position _______ urethra otherwise - orifices were seen. ______ Clear urin
Complete thread -- do not know if he is saying a city, and if so, which? or if stating some name of a nursing
Complete thread -- resident of ?? (area is Burlington, Kansas)
Complete thread -- no, it is not ODD to me (sm)
Complete thread -- ahhh, okay then. learn something new every day.
Complete thread -- isn't it ODD to you that Neurology is involved in Cardiology? ?
Complete thread -- I hear: that neurology is still concerned, and is being evaluated for PFO
Complete thread -- it fits
Complete thread -- it's because a PFO can be associated with neurologic events
Complete thread -- thank you too!!
Complete thread -- gnooji beat me to it. I found it by typing "d*nergic" into OneLook.
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- dopaminergic
Complete thread -- okay, thanks! :)
Complete thread -- Thx I now know.
Complete thread -- ESL - please see msg.
Complete thread -- is still concerned they didn't evaluate?
Complete thread -- I don't quite hear "continuing" but if kkjpnc hears it, it must be. SM
Complete thread -- lolol
Complete thread -- I was confused on what Neurology would have to do with it too
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- that's what I hear too (but wonder if he means Cardiology...Neurology doesnt really fit?
Complete thread -- global period is the amount of time before, during, and after a surgical procedure that co
Complete thread -- also called the "global period"
Complete thread -- global care... meaning time frame to be seen following fx and/or surgery
Complete thread -- He is in global until June 3, 2014. (What does that mean?)
Complete thread -- needing to verify I am hearing what I have
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not 100%, but standard dose is 100 mg b.i.d. s/msg
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- her on Macrobid for a week ____ mg and I gave her
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- she has a neuropathy now?
Complete thread -- thinking he is trying to say "here for the test result" ?
Complete thread -- She has * a seropathy* now from the surgery
Complete thread -- not sure I am hearing correctly... have a blank
Complete thread -- will get some...she will be incontinent where she will really leak out
Complete thread -- she will get ____ really leak out
Complete thread -- then type it: "dos and donts"
Complete thread -- got it! buried drusen
Complete thread -- nerve drusen?
Complete thread -- The disc appears to be much larger and has questionable s/l "berry" drusen
Complete thread -- I flagged with a request to be informed of what that was. Maybe they will. I post here if
Complete thread -- scarecrow. (you'd know that if you only had a brain - ha ha)
Complete thread -- I am flagging.
Complete thread -- doh! where is my brain today. I must be the lion in the wizard
Complete thread -- staining?
Complete thread -- found this. INFERIOR MARGINATION SEEN AT L5-S1 INDENTING VENTRAL
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- obtaining
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will leave it as it is, I guess. I actually hear the A at the end.
Complete thread -- His duplex in March, however, demonstrated significant increase in plaque on
Complete thread -- sure s/l spica to me too, but can't find such a thing. Bet it's like a sponge on a stick
Complete thread -- maybe saying Neurontin (postherpetic neuralgia, Neurontin therapy)
Complete thread -- Sent WAV
Complete thread -- head nodding accompanied with stares?
Complete thread -- lumbar spine MRI
Complete thread -- onset of episodic head nodding and ______ stairs to further assess
Complete thread -- hysterectomy, she is very clear. Sounds like spica. I cannot verify this.
Complete thread -- NVM - stedmans gu has it.
Complete thread -- ileal conduit (I can't find that it is one word as ileoconduit)
Complete thread -- I would use hyphen estrogen-progesterone
Complete thread -- ordered to not use a contraction.Then I would email/call QA and check if sm
Complete thread -- Thanks !
Complete thread -- Parker-Kerr stitch sm
Complete thread -- I thnik attended is ok, (is way they talk), but last sentence does not quite read
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks for the sympathy
Complete thread -- oh no, not sure what happened
Complete thread -- I agree that you should treat this as an exception to the rule, but your call, of course.
Complete thread -- I know that, but this is not 'fixing' their casual speech. This is a phrase and you shoul
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- our anastomosis, we then *attended* the conduit by filling
Complete thread -- the end of the conduit using a *parker for a* stitch
Complete thread -- Ty, but I am ordered to not use a contraction.
Complete thread -- have been discussed
Complete thread -- Ty
Complete thread -- medications and Aricept ______ discussed in the nursing
Complete thread -- FiberWire®
Complete thread -- grammarpartyblog.com/2011/.../the-dos-and-don’ts-of-“dos-and-don’ts”...ý
Complete thread -- effecting - bringing about (one of those times "effect" is used as a verb)
Complete thread -- Patient name? Should NOT be in the wav! How long is this thing?
Complete thread -- Fiberwire placed in proximal and distal limbs of the Achilles' tendon and then were
Complete thread -- covered below. still use the contraction, it is part of the commonly said phrase.
Complete thread -- She stopped taking her Coreg and ________ giving her some ulcers
Complete thread -- One unusual use of apostrophes is to mark plurals of words when they are being treated as
Complete thread -- He actually said "do's and don'ts" but since no contractions was going to use do nots
Complete thread -- How to transcribe "dos and do nots" after surgery. Do's?
Complete thread -- THANK you! :)
Complete thread -- SORRY, misspelled it first time. no 'l' .
Complete thread -- Fabella is an extra sesamoid bone, located laterally behind the knee. It is formed in the
Complete thread -- a flabella fabella, or “little bean,” is a bony or cartilaginous structure nestled in th
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- okay, thank you much! :)
Complete thread -- Since it does not appear that he used and, just said estrogen/progesterone. I'd use the /.
Complete thread -- she is 63... this is med list and this is only thing he mentioned under meds
Complete thread -- Good question. Many preparations, they are combined into 1 form, i.e., patch,
Complete thread -- we have to number med list, doc said "estrogen progesterone" would that be 1 and 2?
Complete thread -- Sux. Been there. Done that.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Pretty sure it goes straight to the doctor as soon I upload it. :-(
Complete thread -- Depends on who you work for. Years back, we could actually pull up a report, correct it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'm killing myself over that mistake - I had already sent it in when I saw your correction
Complete thread -- There is also a brand name.. DermaMatrix is processed to remove cells while maintaining th
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Oh light bulb now on - thank you !
Complete thread -- The patient weighs 132.277 pounds.
Complete thread -- Patient will take prednisone 1 mg per kg which would be
Complete thread -- It is DERMAL not dural. The first sentence is correct (3 different things).
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l a twelve one one classroom
Complete thread -- comma question - which is correct?
Complete thread -- ...for customs at LAX.
Complete thread -- PMH: chronic end-stage renal disease, diabetes mellitus , anemia, hypertension
Complete thread -- doesn't have any thryoid history at all (that is why I posted)
Complete thread -- double-check to see if patient has hypothyroidism, of course
Complete thread -- current meds: levo- something? Levothroid? (very clipped, whatever it is)
Complete thread -- medications: __________, lisinopril, carvedilol, Lantus, vitamin D, simvastatin
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- meant change "as a" to "in" (if you're hearing the same thing)
Complete thread -- federal law enforcement for customs? see link
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- something "for customs."
Complete thread -- She works as a federal ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the great info...I love the photo! ...
Complete thread -- nice photo
Complete thread -- here is a good picture
Complete thread -- I will buy that, Vanna! Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- I hear both macular and maculopapular
Complete thread -- actually haven't. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- gosh, I should have checked a dictionary. Got stuck on eyes.
Complete thread -- you've heard of a macular rash, haven't you?
Complete thread -- over (above) the hemipelvis. Works for me.
Complete thread -- help with radiology
Complete thread -- macular is correct There are several listed in my derm book: ...
Complete thread -- in her lower back?
Complete thread -- macular spots?
Complete thread -- She also complains of some ______ which she noticed in her lower back on the left
Complete thread -- Agree. Blood pressure 133/68, left arm. Pulse 62.
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you! I got sidetracked (not work related). Appreciate the help.
Complete thread -- ty!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would say left arm for BP. They tend to indicate standing, sitting, supine, etc.
Complete thread -- I could find NeutraSal for dry mouth. Why would wife rx Neupogen?
Complete thread -- Punctuation
Complete thread -- patient with postherpetic neuralgia. Is neupogen correct? (see context) it
Complete thread -- thought he might have been correcting to "a physician/spine specialist"
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming, both of you!
Complete thread -- It means she had saturations in the 80s for a short period of time. Looks good.
Complete thread -- sure
Complete thread -- mild hypoxemia with saturations in the mid to upper 80s transiently.
Complete thread -- orthopedic physician?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- carotenoid is not capitalized
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- sorry!!!!
Complete thread -- thanks both of you
Complete thread -- I'm wondering exactly where he likes to keep them. (just kiddin')
Complete thread -- sure it's not: urolith/pyeloureteral obstruction?
Complete thread -- and you're welcome.
Complete thread -- thank you much! I hear that now that you pointed that out :)
Complete thread -- yes, yes, I did :)
Complete thread -- he likes to keep his stools... (but did you wait until previous WAV was answered before
Complete thread -- unsure what he says, unsure if correcting self
Complete thread -- it is verbatim... ALL my accts with my employer are =/
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- IF you can, I'd change basically to basic.
Complete thread -- agree, he is insensate in ...
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