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Complete thread -- s/l tena saxoid might be tetanus toxoid
Complete thread -- 70% complete occlusion, (70% would not be "complete"ernie
Complete thread -- well said, you can hit people in the face with facts, still don't get it
Complete thread -- You DO realize that all your 'safeguards' failed. They went by an MT's report which was
Complete thread -- Obviously you can hit people in the face with facts and they still don't
Complete thread -- LMAO
Complete thread -- shoulda let it fall...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- *heavy sigh*
Complete thread -- in acceptable alignment.
Complete thread -- appreciated. ______ there is right fifth metacarpal fracture ______ alignment.
Complete thread -- FDA new Sovaldi ((sofosbuvir) chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Ernia
Complete thread -- and come up with a more solid diagnosis
Complete thread -- Looks good to me just like you have it.
Complete thread -- I am going to see her back following nephrology consultation and hopef ...
Complete thread -- smh
Complete thread -- rme
Complete thread -- I'm tripped up by that (sm)
Complete thread -- Help with punctuation please? See inside
Complete thread -- Thanks, bert.
Complete thread -- post below almost ready to fall off & wanted to comment
Complete thread -- and will enlist the aid of my partner, Dr. Jack Tyson...
Complete thread -- In particular if he has underlying mesh graft, he might not be a lapar ...
Complete thread -- no, sorry, that's not quite right
Complete thread -- thank you - is the next 70% complete occulsion
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? tetanus toxoid
Complete thread -- he's saying origin (not artery) of the ramus intermedius
Complete thread -- on reading the article (very sad) many responsible but the main one is sm
Complete thread -- allergies to morphine sulfate and *tena saxoid* manifested by swelling
Complete thread -- on reading the article (very sad) many responsible but the main one is sm
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- with _____ on the distal left vein, sequential _____ complete
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- we will give her Ferinject with a hydrocortisone ____
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- I think I'd do it just like you did
Complete thread -- sternal border. _______ appears to be soft.
Complete thread -- ?It does appear to be soft?
Complete thread -- no wav
Complete thread -- no wav there
Complete thread -- The patient was awaiting transfer to _______ and ER physician noted elevated troponin
Complete thread -- -
Complete thread -- left sternal border. *A tows* appears to be soft. Murmur is heard
Complete thread -- Is this how you would punctuate this?
Complete thread -- agitation?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- because of the increased *estation* and altered mental status
Complete thread -- some breath sounds sm
Complete thread -- whee! glad to help even tho I couldn't find it.
Complete thread -- likely hyper (since stated "increased" in 3 cells lines.)
Complete thread -- You are right - Thanks to all - I love this board!!
Complete thread -- Thanks much also - listened again and it is Peterson!
Complete thread -- Cool Link - found Buttrick!! Thanks so much!!!
Complete thread -- mucoperichondrial
Complete thread -- 25 Buttrick Rd, Londonderry, NH 03053 a Dr. PETERSON though
Complete thread -- I could not find any such spelling of last name, but you can find
Complete thread -- here's a link to street names in that town - found a Midridge?
Complete thread -- Dr. Christopher J. Pearson at 25 gittrick road, londonderry...
Complete thread -- what are words before and after (in case sounds are blending)?
Complete thread -- road name in Londonderry New Hampshire s/l ** GITT- rick **
Complete thread -- "involving" should be "widely patent"; blank is left anterior descending.
Complete thread -- erysipelas
Complete thread -- graft to the left __________ coronary artery
Complete thread -- rhinoplasty
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- three-pillow orthopnea and progressive pedal edema
Complete thread -- with __________ orthopnea and progressive __________ just
Complete thread -- hyperlipidemia, __________ patent foramen ovale
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- sounds like he is stumbling on "stable state"
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- to home in ________ state, to be followed up in
Complete thread -- meaning a bit more than moderate, less than severe?
Complete thread -- exam reveals moderate *plus* amount of ascites.
Complete thread -- I've been working on this one for a while. Definitely tenodesis... sm
Complete thread -- ESL doctor. The patient has pain and swelling in her legs
Complete thread -- I hear "tenodesis" then another word.
Complete thread -- cascade of the fingers ____ test, the fingers were no
Complete thread -- blank...does not s/l diminished.
Complete thread -- listen for diminished.
Complete thread -- Lungs had s/l blenched breath sounds throughout.
Complete thread -- PubMed search confirms ASA I is the preferred format.
Complete thread -- for two posts, seems I hit enter twice.
Complete thread -- bone marrow was hypo/hyper cellular with increase in 3 cell lines...tx
Complete thread -- bone marrow was hypo/hyper cellular with increase in 3 cell lines...tx
Complete thread -- associated
Complete thread -- The anal cancer was s/l affi-ciated with HPV infection. thanks.
Complete thread -- American Society of Anesthesiologists uses Arabic numerals.
Complete thread -- atypical ductal hyperplasia
Complete thread -- Right breast s/l ADH, under close observation. thanks.
Complete thread -- Right breast s/l ADH, under close observation. thanks.
Complete thread -- ...A Google *search* confirms, via multiple and various sites.
Complete thread -- oh, pardon me. A
Complete thread -- Nevermind - I'm going with 1.020
Complete thread -- urine specific gravity says "ten twenty" - what is this actual number?
Complete thread -- Google is a search engine not a resource.
Complete thread -- American Society of Anaesthesiologists physical status classificationwww.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Complete thread -- my VR puts a space, ASA 1
Complete thread -- it looks fine to me. Doc is specifying that pt's risk due to oral airway is in lowest cat
Complete thread -- got it guys Kettlebell swinging exercises :) ...
Complete thread -- have to move on thanks
Complete thread -- is oral airway ASA1 typed correctly
Complete thread -- hahaha thanks guys :) ...
Complete thread -- good thinking
Complete thread -- post OMT (osteopathic manipulative treatment), his somatic dysfunction findings
Complete thread -- cannonball is all I can think of. ?
Complete thread -- yea, that.
Complete thread -- Not sure, but I heard "his pain was improved" not decreased.
Complete thread -- I know this sounds quite funny but I thought I heard "cannibal swi ...
Complete thread -- Post ON-Q sytematic dysfunction findings
Complete thread -- Post ???? his somatic dysfunction findings...
Complete thread -- Based on the above osteopathic findings, the somatic dysfunction was t ...
Complete thread -- He is a 6-foot...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- He is a 6-feet 3-inch tall man, BUT he is 6 feet 3 inches tall.
Complete thread -- okay thanks. I thought so, but once QA corrected report and added hyphens =/
Complete thread -- no hyphens
Complete thread -- hyphens or no hypens?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Of course! He dictates dashes so much that I didn't get it. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You were fun; I think we all enjoyed helping you!
Complete thread -- I so agree
Complete thread -- ; ) great minds think alike
Complete thread -- oops - secondary to dashboard contusion
Complete thread -- I think he's saying second to dashboard contusion
Complete thread -- right
Complete thread -- actually, going by time, I was 1st...but we both gave the same answer so no biggie.
Complete thread -- should be...
Complete thread -- Not sure what kind of dash and if it is "work" or "or" contusion??
Complete thread -- I'm confused... was the 1st helper right then?? I did it that way
Complete thread -- You guys are great. Thanks for your patience with me. I appreciate your experience.
Complete thread -- congrats to you, too! You two SHARE the cuspidor!
Complete thread -- thanks. should that be normalLY?
Complete thread -- ooooOOOOOooooo! Good catch by you, pdpabg!! You get the gold cuspidor!
Complete thread -- OP, "has" and "is" sound way alike.
Complete thread -- I cannot give MT advice, but MD advice is that both E-BV and CMV are needed, SM
Complete thread -- Or it's a PA or somebody who doesn't know better reading it from a handwritten note:)
Complete thread -- It's Epstein-Barr IgG and IgM, and CMV IgG and IgM.
Complete thread -- so no commas in between each then? Okay thanks!! :)
Complete thread -- normal to the left atrium
Complete thread -- Epstein-Barr IgG and IgM, CMV IgG and IgM.
Complete thread -- The pulmonary veins are draining ____ the left atrium.
Complete thread -- me neither, bugs - always PR
Complete thread -- perhaps maybe, just MAYBE, you aren't hearing him 100% correctly? it happens...
Complete thread -- doc misspeaks, intends a weaning dose course of prednisone starting high SM
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- I agree with the poster above - listen for IS (not has)
Complete thread -- I think its rote, but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- He says same thing more than once... so not sure how to type
Complete thread -- never end a sentence with a preposition. just kidding - but we are in this job
Complete thread -- The way you have it, I'm sorry, makes no sense.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying to explain this to me. Sometimes I wonder what I'm doing this for. Ugh!
Complete thread -- The PR interval is very diagnostic. TR is rarely discussed.
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, no.
Complete thread -- hmmm... could be. odd way of saying it. but, there is sliding-scale (sliding dose)
Complete thread -- Can you post a sound file? As I said below, normally you hear PR interval.
Complete thread -- Well, that is not what he is saying. That is why I'm confused.
Complete thread -- Usually, they say PR interval on EKG. You may be hearing TR, but in all my years I've
Complete thread -- These are 2 separate thoughts, although SM
Complete thread -- No, that is not what he is saying.
Complete thread -- Dictated: ___ interval has increased nonspecific T-wave abnormalities
Complete thread -- does this make sense? "high dose sliding dose prednisone. "
Complete thread -- Thanks for your patience. I just want to understand this. See message.
Complete thread -- Listen for: PR interval IS increased, nonspecific T-wave abnormalities
Complete thread -- P-R interval is increased. Nonspecific T-wave abnormalities.
Complete thread -- You mean on the images? It's just giving you an image of the EKG
Complete thread -- I should have said s/l TR or PR
Complete thread -- Dictated: TR/PR interval has increased nonspecific T-wave abnormalities
Complete thread -- another topic that came up the other day - that that - that, that
Complete thread -- Thanks. Why is the T wave mentioned in the PR interval, though?
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- There is a PR interval, TR interval, and a RT interval.
Complete thread -- Try googling PR interval - google TR interval brings up PR interval
Complete thread -- ah, Trinidadian. Never mind :) nm
Complete thread -- TR or PR interval (They sound so close to each other...see message)
Complete thread -- The patient is a x-year-old s/l "Shinadadian" male with brain bleed/nm
Complete thread -- PR interval if you are talking about an EKG
Complete thread -- More information coming, hit button too soon.
Complete thread -- Always dread insulin doses because so many docs aren't clear; 16 can s/l 60, etc. Of
Complete thread -- TR or PR interval?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- so, if it IS the patient's name, this post needs deleted. :)
Complete thread -- rude? as in "rudimentary, rough, simple, basic..." ??
Complete thread -- For the poster (ADA diet below) starting a sentence with a number: (SM)
Complete thread -- rote?
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you!
Complete thread -- "road" or "rose" learning skills
Complete thread -- who the heck are you talking to? not well read. look in a
Complete thread -- sorry, the wav is "dragging" - but could he possibly be saying helpful for "the patients
Complete thread -- as well as services that may be helpful ___for her emotional and behavioral challenge
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- paraspinous, left.
Complete thread -- Wow, shared with my supervisor. Great reminder we need to focus on accuracy 100% of time
Complete thread -- context
Complete thread -- At that time, two trigger point injections were done at the cervical paraspinous ___.
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ditto!
Complete thread -- great article
Complete thread -- flagged it, thanks tho
Complete thread -- SGPT?
Complete thread -- I don't see ALT, but that doesn't sound like central. sorry
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- ? oblique
Complete thread -- nice post, thanks.
Complete thread -- mumbling, s/l central ? (LFTs)
Complete thread -- grow up
Complete thread -- For those here who claim our reports are never used so if we are not that
Complete thread -- attrition, got it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l *bike* fissure
Complete thread -- Titans?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- s/l tighten's girls team - a hockey club in NJ
Complete thread -- no. It is part of the sentence.
Complete thread -- think I got it - complement fixation
Complete thread -- Coccidiomycosis antibodies with an IgM s/l comfonent-ixation
Complete thread -- should I cap beginning of quote?
Complete thread -- maybe referring to a "scoliosis series" x-ray?
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you
Complete thread -- good one, tweety!
Complete thread -- sounds like "x-ray scoliosed to the lower extremity leg" - whatever that means.
Complete thread -- Tridil fits - it is nitroglycerin.
Complete thread -- scoliosis is what I hear
Complete thread -- can you please listen into the wav
Complete thread -- Tridil
Complete thread -- Are you hearing tramadol?
Complete thread -- med s/l Tridal but doesn't seem to fit
Complete thread -- if you hear it clearly... I usually hear inflated, but elevated sort of fits.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Yes. You hear this frequently in extremity surgery. The pressure in the
Complete thread -- cc is a dangerous abbreviation. I do not know your account specs though.
Complete thread -- the tourniquet was *elevated* at 225 mmHg.
Complete thread -- Got it
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- oops... we must be twins
Complete thread -- try slowing him down a hair
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and 20 cc of ______ was then injected
Complete thread -- Eventually noted were adhesions?
Complete thread -- until the return was clear
Complete thread -- or, "of interest to note..." something like that
Complete thread -- normal saline solution _____ was clear.
Complete thread -- before your blank, s/b introduced *through this* port (not "with its port")
Complete thread -- Of interest note? - laparoscope was then introduced through this port.
Complete thread -- and the abdomen was entered through this incision
Complete thread -- Of ______ note were the
Complete thread -- peritoneum and abdomen _____ incision
Complete thread -- and who are you quoting there? no amount of reading makes your answer make sense.
Complete thread -- And, you are "poorly informed and not well read at all."
Complete thread -- Thanks Elmo and Big Bird lol
Complete thread -- I agree with elmo
Complete thread -- :) yep
Complete thread -- function?
Complete thread -- Ugh, this dictator
Complete thread -- apical - I think you're picking up the /n/ sound from "and"
Complete thread -- good job! New word for me... I've heard "reiterate" but didn't know that root word.
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- No, "medical community" does not do this "stuff" all the time. Neither do MTs.
Complete thread -- interosseus muscle s/l honching is intact TIA!
Complete thread -- iterative is the blank :)
Complete thread -- ...and apply "esoteric" to words without meaning
Complete thread -- repetitive visits?
Complete thread -- ^^really. lets just transcribe words that aren't words.
Complete thread -- I agree with Lois.
Complete thread -- unfortunately, no :(
Complete thread -- a number of?
Complete thread -- ^^ agree. wow.
Complete thread -- Flagging is an excellent decision. You can't always go by what "helpers" say.
Complete thread -- sometimes you have to use a number, and I think this is one of thoses cases.
Complete thread -- s/l a-rotive? a-rid-a-tive? irrative?
Complete thread -- Here is my question. You know how we are told not to use an arabic numeral
Complete thread -- I flagged it especially with this being a medical word. QA would ding me as
Complete thread -- you want OP to "give him" fornamentive?? It's not even close.
Complete thread -- The archives is a great resource. See link
Complete thread -- no, no - you cannot just assume what some made-up word means and "give it"
Complete thread -- looks fine as you lised
Complete thread -- It is clear what is meant "foraminal" Just esoteric term, I'd give it to
Complete thread -- that is why I was unsure. how about ROM... when doc dictates from 1 to 130 plus degrees
Complete thread -- just put a comma after 1500. It is two things - a 1500-calorie diet and an ADA diet.
Complete thread -- Clearly
Complete thread -- He is clearing dictating fornamitive lol. ESL, so I am flagging this one
Complete thread -- But this is a strength test though. You often hear pedal pulses 3+ etc.
Complete thread -- can you hear neural foraminal stenosis?
Complete thread -- further AAMT p. 324 states to express as plus or minus and not + or - except in tables or
Complete thread -- Doctor dictates:
Complete thread -- I know that AAMT BOS p. 323 and 324 discusses this, but it says
Complete thread -- I would do it grade 4+
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- plus or + ?? He has grade 4 plus supraspinatus strength on the left.
Complete thread -- is that how they dictated it?
Complete thread -- How would you transcribe this?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- sure it can stand alone. He is more symmetric. Has all the elements to stand alone.
Complete thread -- he is more symmetric... doc says all in one breath, not sure if stand alone sentence?
Complete thread -- Ah, thanks. That is what I put after deciding it just had to be.
Complete thread -- with mean of 39 mmHg.
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- This is how I would do it but there might be too many changes depending on how verbatim
Complete thread -- wav file. I know what I want to put in there! With this cold, I am just not sure
Complete thread -- Pretty much how I did it finally, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- need punctuation help on this, as it seems like it is incomplete no matter what
Complete thread -- small sweep of finger. On blunt dissection...right ventricle, there was a
Complete thread -- Never mind. I worked it out.
Complete thread -- sent wav file, I like this better but I still have a problem area in it.
Complete thread -- He does not pause. Where should I put - with a small sweep of finger?
Complete thread -- ? hypertrophy
Complete thread -- and/or atrophy?
Complete thread -- You really need to post more info with your questions. what does this word sound like?
Complete thread -- The patient is having quite a bit of discomfort in her hands and wishes to have
Complete thread -- amazing! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- youre right! Thank you!
Complete thread -- ?...effect with his narcotics it can frequently cause.
Complete thread -- there's a Gregory Anselmi in Bayonne, NJ
Complete thread -- ? MAC (Mycobacterium avium complex)
Complete thread -- to work?
Complete thread -- He has shortness of breath related to s/l wag? thank you.
Complete thread -- Adding wav: She was seen by Dr. ____who feels like...
Complete thread -- is this a wav?
Complete thread -- looking for a doctor "Anselmi" from nj area (PCP_
Complete thread -- idiosyncratic effect with his narcotics, "second frequent causes."
Complete thread -- ...she reports dizziness and t____ his daily acitivities...thanks ...
Complete thread -- goodness makes perfect sense "especially since the onset of diarrhea"
Complete thread -- ...pretty much says that this is not...for #1
Complete thread -- cinches?
Complete thread -- yes, utility makes sense
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- He is telling a joke. That is a joke as old as I am. How you have it is fine.
Complete thread -- Hmm...I was thinking "approach."
Complete thread -- Well, trying again as I don't see my original message. sm
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? sm Thank you!
Complete thread -- if this link doesn't work, google Arthrex "lateral post"
Complete thread -- it's fine. See link
Complete thread -- A lateral "post" technique was used secondary to body habitus (325 lb. patient)
Complete thread -- I didn't know the term but did a google search of "tonsillectomy adenoid ridge"
Complete thread -- never mind.
Complete thread -- solidified to the prepectoral fascia?
Complete thread -- not
Complete thread -- well, I think "since this is not" sounds better instead of "since that this" but sensed
Complete thread -- I think this is fine how you are doing it with quotes.
Complete thread -- I guess I will send the report as "Arthur-itis"... cant hold onto it any longer
Complete thread -- anyone still out there? ;)
Complete thread -- arthur-itis or arthritis?? not sure how to type with this =/
Complete thread -- does "sensed" work?
Complete thread -- unsure about the "since" part...
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Came back from QA with "and one of the other pathologists." I can hear that now.
Complete thread -- yea, i was thinking the same thing, but it sure sounds like she's saying wand. thanks
Complete thread -- plain foam, Webril, gauze,
Complete thread -- s/l plain foam wandril gauze
Complete thread -- androstenedione?
Complete thread -- Got it - androstenedione
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- good
Complete thread -- I suppose this pt is allergic to the pertussis vaccine.
Complete thread -- Allergies: Penicillin and pertussis. Should I flag the pertussis?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think he is saying grip, multiple views. Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- I would put comma, but I think either way would be correct.
Complete thread -- has anyone heard of grip s/l "loaded" view x-ray of the wrist? thank you!
Complete thread -- comma after today? Our plan is for followup CT scan today on December 11.
Complete thread -- Isn't he just stumbling a bit and saying "and with the pathologist"?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks, caught that
Complete thread -- I took a look ... (not long) but can't get your blank.
Complete thread -- I took a long at the frozens along with Dr. Peters and the ____ pathologist.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- help with the inflammation and discomfort.
Complete thread -- at the same time it should help her ___ and discomfort.
Complete thread -- sending in, thanks.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks so much
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure
Complete thread -- If I was sure s/he wasn't transgender, I'd probably just put female.
Complete thread -- Waddell
Complete thread -- sorry, can you hear non-macerated?
Complete thread -- I almost did that with a prostate once, but the female was previously a male
Complete thread -- wonder if she is stumbling over hydrophilic cream?
Complete thread -- If patient is clearly female and in physical exam, doctor says
Complete thread -- macerated
Complete thread -- it's LVEF (not LVF) left ventricular ejection fraction
Complete thread -- archives by date works as well, and you don't have to remember keywords
Complete thread -- does that come as an ear drop?
Complete thread -- What is 5:5 discrepancy? How was that dictated, 5 colon 5?
Complete thread -- pease any help would be appreciated
Complete thread -- does anyone hear hydroxysalicylate cream?
Complete thread -- archives by date
Complete thread -- great, thanks
Complete thread -- you have to search post itself by keywords in the search box above
Complete thread -- sorry, meant to say "hydroxy" then alpha/acid/face as possibilities
Complete thread -- that's tough! maybe alpha, acid, face. Sorry, couldn't make it out
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- is is possible to speed it up with a few more words in front of the blank?
Complete thread -- Does this make sense
Complete thread -- where can I find yesterday's posts?
Complete thread -- back pain and she showed positive *adelle* signs
Complete thread -- Plaquenil and _____ cream
Complete thread -- maybe he's just saying "sort of dependency"
Complete thread -- Ocuflox is used in the ears (as well as eyes)
Complete thread -- could be saying "moxiflox"(acin) - "gave hiM moxiflox" -(can't tell w/o sentences.)
Complete thread -- yes, thank you! He is saying mustache cannula :)
Complete thread -- pt had neurosurgery and a haematoma was evacuated - nurse flat is a type of bed
Complete thread -- I don't see a difference in the wav sound. sorry!
Complete thread -- Just saying that was not me, but it is important to give as much info as you can.
Complete thread -- I was not trying to "waste your time" I was still typing report and just got to very end
Complete thread -- wav still sux. some context might help - what kind of surgery? and what is "nurse flat"?
Complete thread -- reposted with better recording
Complete thread -- ofloxacin is the usual prescribed ear drop BUT if your doctor wants verbatim
Complete thread -- As you can see from other posts, it would be dangerous to assume what doc wants.
Complete thread -- the wav is too slow, like slow-motion. I can't make out what you do have typed.
Complete thread -- Now you tell us. It's a good idea to say what a med is for to begin with.
Complete thread -- look into mustache cannula (google it - there are pictures!)
Complete thread -- Thanks Much!!
Complete thread -- Maybe "get a new nasal cannula."
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything
Complete thread -- this is an ear drop
Complete thread -- there is also an Oxyflux - some kind of mexican weight-builder steroid.
Complete thread -- I would change grammar issues, not pharmacology...there is Oxyfast as well, so...
Complete thread -- It really sounds like mashiated
Complete thread -- s/l mustache camera???
Complete thread -- I was asking if we do change when med says it is not in the US
Complete thread -- You just said it was a verbatim doctor, why would you change it?
Complete thread -- 4. ______ changed four- to six-hourly.
Complete thread -- LOL Flag I mean
Complete thread -- That is why I am confused. I will flad
Complete thread -- even though he is clearly saying oxyflox?? This is Oregon, not the phillipines LOL
Complete thread -- If a drug is not 100% sure, I flag it.
Complete thread -- verbatim acct, doctor dictates repeatedly "oxyflox" through report
Complete thread -- cine?
Complete thread -- s/l ** simi ** imaging
Complete thread -- wait, wouldn't fit with dry either. sorry!
Complete thread -- and mascerated, I bet
Complete thread -- I would think emaciated describes the patient more so than the wound.
Complete thread -- Would this make sense?
Complete thread -- LOL! It is OSA with CPAP!
Complete thread -- s/l LSAST or LOSAST Pap (see message)
Complete thread -- can you lengthen the file so we can listen to the other blanks too?
Complete thread -- tossed around?
Complete thread -- agree with outflow obstruction, but you're incorrect about ischemia
Complete thread -- from - agree.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks for response!!!!, I'm marketing to certain facilities etc This stuff sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- was made FROM a superficial vein that came with the toe to the...
Complete thread -- Surgery was in CHOP. Dictating doctor is in NJ though.
Complete thread -- vein that came _____ to the cephalic vein using
Complete thread -- agree, outflow obstruction =blood not getting to right place causing "ischemia"
Complete thread -- i hear too much static...sorry
Complete thread -- may I ask which hospital facility this is, interested, as I have a book
Complete thread -- I definitely hear runs too. She has a funny accent though.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- you really can't hear runs?? I hear it so clearly.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm going to flag ___flow because I can't hear either one.
Complete thread -- I hear the 3 but not the runs, and that obstruction MIGHT be outflow but like O I hear air
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- but then on listening again, sure s/l airflow not outflow. So I dunno. But 3 bypass runs
Complete thread -- no - after some googling, I think outflow obstruction makes more sense
Complete thread -- to me it s/l "three bypass runs" and "airflow" obstruction.
Complete thread -- sm for info on procedure. thanks
Complete thread -- not sure of type of procedure, 1st one sounds like V bypass (ventricular) sm
Complete thread -- controlled with topical Afrin _____. This was then coagulated at the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- mucosal
Complete thread -- ahh new one for me, when we are not familiar with term, can't "hear" it
Complete thread -- The surgery was complicated by ___ bypass ___ with ____ flow obstruction and V-fib.
Complete thread -- If able to access past reports can prob find his "routine terms"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- along Passavant's ridge
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear 'ridge' and word 'left' in there, Slow down to a warble, might be sm
Complete thread -- k, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- tissue was left alone ________ to allow for adequate
Complete thread -- i dont hear anything in there just general anesthesia, and others.
Complete thread -- sure, if that's how the doctor said it.
Complete thread -- from either side. _______ edges were coagulated with
Complete thread -- yes, usually rolled towels.
Complete thread -- difficulty. *Shoulder roll* was placed and draped in usual fashion for tonsillar sur
Complete thread -- I'm thinking Telfa something - Telfa pad or Telfa pack??
Complete thread -- velopharyngeal insufficiency, general anesthesia ______ and others.
Complete thread -- s/l tell seran
Complete thread -- but not limited to bleeding, infection, *nondiagnosis* and others.
Complete thread -- cephalic vein fits, but what is "with the toe to this"
Complete thread -- with the toe to this *cephalic* vein using a 2.5
Complete thread -- got it - phasic
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sorry, that should be SVC, not SVT.
Complete thread -- His last echocardiogram done showed good *s/l fesic* flow through the SVT and the pul
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The surgery was complicated by _____ with ____ flow obstruction and V-fib.
Complete thread -- I'd use pseudodependency
Complete thread -- must
Complete thread -- 0.75 mL
Complete thread -- incisions and grafts
Complete thread -- is psueodependency a legitimate word? Cant find it on google, but maybe it is okay?
Complete thread -- The patient felt a s/l stare-ote high for several days TIA!
Complete thread -- Is 3/4 of an ml acceptable or is more correct to put 0.75 ml?
Complete thread -- Extremities: There are multiple well-healed ______. There is no obvious swelling.
Complete thread -- you!
Complete thread -- patient also has significant hyperstatic/hypostatic? changes of the fa ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot! ...
Complete thread -- usually hear soft touch..he has decreased sensation with pin prick and also soft touch
Complete thread -- 3,781,202
Complete thread -- ...patient has reduced sensation as well in the lower extremity with p ...
Complete thread -- hepatitis virus PCR 3 million, 781, 202 copies of hepatitis virus.
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- have to move on thanks
Complete thread -- Role of ACE inhibitors in patients with diabetes mellitus.
Complete thread -- shortness and breath and PPA make sense (sounds like t-PA for both)
Complete thread -- ACE inhibitors are recommended for most people with diabetes, high blood pressure and kidn
Complete thread -- No one is objecting to it's primary usage. BUT this doctor said it under
Complete thread -- and, sometimes I think we, as MTs, tend to overthink what a doctor says.
Complete thread -- maybe the klepto is already part of her bipolar disorder?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I'd think that it fits better under hypertension, but the other poster might know
Complete thread -- well, I'm confused then. Because I just read: *SM*
Complete thread -- spirometry pre and post bronchodilator
Complete thread -- Pulmonary function test ...
Complete thread -- never mind. i think he's saying beats (ESL lol)
Complete thread -- "of a total bits" make sense?
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- crappers. that is supposed to be nephropathy. sorry.. ogression of diabetic nephropathy
Complete thread -- ACE inhibitors are used for diabetics to prevent or slow down diabetic neuropathy.
Complete thread -- I stand corrected, I think you are absolutely right
Complete thread -- I could not find kleptomania as a side effect to an antidepressant?
Complete thread -- kleptomania??
Complete thread -- wouldn't it be to go back to dyslipidemia and not diabetes??
Complete thread -- sounds like "flip-to-mania" or "slep-to-mania" plse sm for context
Complete thread -- You're right. I'm a putz. Crumped it is.
Complete thread -- s/b = should be. I was modifying my post.
Complete thread -- : )
Complete thread -- youre right. it should be "to our ER". i just emailed them to change it.
Complete thread -- okay. thanks for trying. what do you think about "our ER"?
Complete thread -- it sounds very good. what does s /b stand for? i just flagged, but i can send them an em
Complete thread -- It's okay. :)
Complete thread -- s/b to our ER
Complete thread -- our ER?
Complete thread -- amazing
Complete thread -- Not sure, sounds like URI to me, but that doesn't quite fit with I&D.
Complete thread -- lid laxity (eyelid)
Complete thread -- "lib laxity"? On panfacial fracture
Complete thread -- because she reports ____after unsuccessful outpatient treatment
Complete thread -- Puhleeze. The patient probably said it and he doctor put the whole thing in quotes. You
Complete thread -- I don't know, three? Sorry. I didn't read the posts in order.
Complete thread -- no, I got that one too. Sorry.
Complete thread -- it's useless
Complete thread -- oh geez
Complete thread -- you're right - sorry
Complete thread -- I know, right? How many times do you have to admit you were wrong?
Complete thread -- my grammar checker on Word is always telling me "nor" is wrong.
Complete thread -- ...or even this one.
Complete thread -- Sounds good!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think ors make better sense as well. Also heard nor. But,
Complete thread -- I'm guessing you did not read my other posts. :)
Complete thread -- to clarify -- I heard "nor" also, just think grammatically s/b "or"
Complete thread -- The no makes sense. will remove the nors and change them. Thanks
Complete thread -- which had NO abnormal anatomy, nor... (tho' I think it s/b "or" not "nor")
Complete thread -- wav file, I am making this way too complicated but this is what it sounds like to me!
Complete thread -- Crap. Can I say I just have a cold and let it go at that?? Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- thanks os much both of you
Complete thread -- thanks os much both of you
Complete thread -- ...anatomy. There is no endobronchial lesion...
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- they would as the end of the statement. ;
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- I tink so, too!
Complete thread -- agree w/lb - periods look fine.
Complete thread -- you're prolly right, O
Complete thread -- I would put periods (for nothing more than consistency)
Complete thread -- duh, it's left
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- for some more context, sm.
Complete thread -- had same question. gets a flag
Complete thread -- should I put periods at the end of each line? I don't like how it looks because then
Complete thread -- rapid ventricular response and *lost* pleural effusion
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tneck = CNS, central nervous system
Complete thread -- fwiw is "for what it is worth"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- hey, thanks! not sure I helped, but I sure try.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard Actavis, but that is a company, not a med.
Complete thread -- usually "neurologic" follows extremities in the exam. ??
Complete thread -- Depends - on some of my accts we can't use the & symbol so we spell it out. other accts
Complete thread -- actually, WE don't know WHAT the doctor said or IF the OP misheard.
Complete thread -- T&A or T and A for tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy?
Complete thread -- Extremities show no edema or cyanosis. *tneck* is nonfocal.
Complete thread -- avapro and _____
Complete thread -- you did change the meaning, though
Complete thread -- That's exactly it! Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- yes, perforator is a vein.
Complete thread -- mottled ?
Complete thread -- The overlying skin is somewhat s/l "mulled" in appearance but ...
Complete thread -- yes, it's fine. check out suture ligation/ligating and perforator when you have more time.
Complete thread -- Just clarifying the question: Does this phrase fit in? I do not
Complete thread -- sorry - didn't mean to come across snarky. Pardon, pardon.
Complete thread -- no, I think bhpcak was talking about fwiw response. no worries -
Complete thread -- does this make sense: Hemostasis was achieved with electrocautery and suture ligation
Complete thread -- I don't think it was you? I was referring to moniker "fwiw"
Complete thread -- Did you mean me? It had nothing to do with your answer at all. sm
Complete thread -- Well, it would not be cool to change the meaning, but oftentimes sm
Complete thread -- Thank you. Apparently, my bolstering your answer was not appreciated by someone else.
Complete thread -- Apology, as above. nm
Complete thread -- LOL. I didn't think I was.
Complete thread -- I apologize to the OP. I misread the post (transposing he/is). nm
Complete thread -- that's quite all right... I just hope the OP reads one of our answers since
Complete thread -- thank you oscar, oampp, and Lois (lb, fgjjg, pdpag) for you help with the wav below
Complete thread -- neither, actually
Complete thread -- exactly the answer given first below -- comma after "becomes"/before "where"
Complete thread -- hadn't seen your answer before I posted my second one above about comma placement.
Complete thread -- also, for what it's worth, I'd add a comma before "where"
Complete thread -- it's an indirect question; use a period, not question mark/s.
Complete thread -- no, no. There is only one question - whether or not he can exercise where he is staying.
Complete thread -- might be schistosomiasis,(but, I'd likely flag it to be sure nm
Complete thread -- why would you change the wording?
Complete thread -- he is not asking where is the patient staying. He is saying, where he is staying...
Complete thread -- changing from dictated, not cool
Complete thread -- ova, cysts, parasites, might be schistocystitis. Link for onelook.com sm
Complete thread -- I would do it this way:
Complete thread -- are you OP realizing this, or someone snarkily assuming that's what was said?
Complete thread -- relisten - the ova "cyst" isn't right, i think its another of the schisto words
Complete thread -- SM - (sound is too drawn out, but I think you want these words in there)
Complete thread -- OP reposted above and got that - it was half tab.
Complete thread -- oaommp had this same question earlier today. It's a statement, use a period, also a comma
Complete thread -- question mark or period. Though it is a question, he says it more like a statement
Complete thread -- ova, cysts and parasites and checked her ____and amoebic serology
Complete thread -- the s/l was not plerosis
Complete thread -- pre-empt
Complete thread -- it's late, but would have suggested "half tab"
Complete thread -- my vote is for this one - fits the context well.
Complete thread -- flexors "and median" (nerve)
Complete thread -- ... that would be proper?
Complete thread -- no, he is just quoting the patient as having said crumpled
Complete thread -- ...that would profit from surgery...
Complete thread -- thanks for returning to share with board
Complete thread -- Got it: Wartenberg’s, Froment and cross finger signs
Complete thread -- stop her from surgery
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- http://www.cancer.gov/dictionary?CdrID=672839
Complete thread -- She has no condition at the present time that would *prop* her from surgery
Complete thread -- s/l might be Finkelstein test and de Quervain test
Complete thread -- Finkelstein’s test, * deiprivaneson test * and for the intersection* syndrome are
Complete thread -- Wurttemberg’s, *farmers* and cross finger signs are negative.
Complete thread -- Sending on and flagging thanks.
Complete thread -- Sounds like proto condroitus - this is the 2nd blank
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- maybe "Linzess" (says it lin-zees) It's for IBS - so maybe for the diverticulosis?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- This is per BOS, teaspoons is always to be written out. L is to be used
Complete thread -- glad you agree with my assumption as well LOL!! ;)
Complete thread -- I usually spell out, but sounds like you have some picky-a$$ QA people.
Complete thread -- octreotide
Complete thread -- teaspoons or tsp??
Complete thread -- unclear word
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- wonder if it has to do with hypothyroidism? i dont see any med for that.
Complete thread -- If he said quotes, then leave it as dictated.
Complete thread -- If he said quotes, then keep it crumped.
Complete thread -- sorry...should have stated that doctor specified quotes... so didn't know if I change
Complete thread -- I tried. It sounded like limousine, which really goofed up all my searches.
Complete thread -- That is what I would do.
Complete thread -- crumpled - definition of crumpled by the Free Online Dictionary ...
Complete thread -- crumpled
Complete thread -- yes, and amlodipine is also generic for NORVASC ...the OP never said benazepril.
Complete thread -- crumbled? slumped?
Complete thread -- crumped to the floor??
Complete thread -- Yes, but it is only amlodipine. No benazepril.
Complete thread -- I'm just gonna go with what was dictated
Complete thread -- I have one for him but it is hip.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I hadn't even got that far. Found several more blanks so flagging all.
Complete thread -- Darlene's Helper?
Complete thread -- ? was used to exsanguinate ? something something
Complete thread -- what would you do? change foot to leg? post amputation...or leave blank??
Complete thread -- now that was a good one helper "guess" excellent for sure.
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. Olecranon fracture surgery
Complete thread -- Huh? Lotrel is brand name of amlodipine and benazepril sm
Complete thread -- might be saying benzodiazapine (antianxiety drug)relisten for that
Complete thread -- Like that so much better, such a little change but it works.
Complete thread -- Huh? It is amlodipine, not Lotrel.
Complete thread -- suggest relisten, (amlodipine/benazepril) only comes in capsules sm
Complete thread -- Medications: Simponi, Celebrex, Percocet, morphine, ____.
Complete thread -- There you go! Yes, that is it. Good job and thank you so much!
Complete thread -- could it be "half tab"
Complete thread -- Back to the amlodipine question below/Maybe it's soft tab, unable to reliably verify.
Complete thread -- They're both me. You're welcome. :)
Complete thread -- Of course it is 'recently.' Thanks very much to both of you.
Complete thread -- need to verify with accounts. and if not, follow the grammar rules as already
Complete thread -- IOW: she had...recently underwent
Complete thread -- she recently underwent
Complete thread -- I posted the wav now.
Complete thread -- He probably means her last pregnancy ended with a C-section. How could I word this?
Complete thread -- Flagging. Thanks!
Complete thread -- agree w/Lo, it is a statement - a poorly phrased one. SM
Complete thread -- I think ("think") this is more of a statement and not really a
Complete thread -- List of meds: Amlodipine 10 mg s/l puff tab p.o. b.i.d.
Complete thread -- Punctuation - I get this type of sentence often, - the question is - sentences
Complete thread -- well, 4th listen, could be anterior. i heard it both ways...aaargh
Complete thread -- inferior aspect of deltoid but can't get your blank.
Complete thread -- He had had steroids today of 60 mg.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Positive Neer and positive _____ test
Complete thread -- Agreed. I just had two repeats, and they're staying exactly as they are.
Complete thread -- thank you. Any idea for the second one?
Complete thread -- First probably Simponi for RA. He's spelling it Simpori.
Complete thread -- Medications: _____, Celebrex, Percocet, morphine, ____.
Complete thread -- s/l nics?
Complete thread -- wow! Thanks!
Complete thread -- ah, maybe limbs
Complete thread -- wag: readings? only finding blunted inspiratory and expiratory 'curves' so far
Complete thread -- post-bronchodilator inspiratory s/l rims were blunted (sm)
Complete thread -- anion gap=assessment of the body's electrolyte balance.
Complete thread -- Cap Traube as dictator requested and was correct. Ludwig Traube sm
Complete thread -- I would not; it is a person's name Barrett
Complete thread -- s/l plerosis might be pleurosis (inflammation of lung membrane) sm
Complete thread -- agree...don't hear "after"
Complete thread -- yeah - I don't hear "after". I just hear benefits/risks discussed with ..
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- ? flat mail
Complete thread -- Apprently, she is a letter carrier.
Complete thread -- Yes, now it fits right in. Thanks so much both of you : )
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- agree with
Complete thread -- I think that is benefits and risks. He is just so ..
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- sheesh
Complete thread -- It is image #34 of at total of 40 images, I believe.
Complete thread -- I'd listen for the specific disks, not 34 or 40.
Complete thread -- how would you type "34 of 40" (or maybe it is "on" 40?) not clear
Complete thread -- Thanks. We use numerals for all number but one. My boss feels that 1 is too similar to a
Complete thread -- 1-month duration is how I type that, but we use numbers, not spelled out.
Complete thread -- He has not said.
Complete thread -- flatware (forks, spoons, utensils) ???
Complete thread -- does one month duration need a hyphen?
Complete thread -- what was her job?
Complete thread -- Thank you. I did end up going with exactly that.
Complete thread -- filling trays of *flatten nail*
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- pyrosis (heartburn)
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- CoreTabZ - Advanced Electrolyte Replacement. CoreTabZ tablets dissolve in 16 ounces
Complete thread -- Medication: Can't document Cortabs. What is this? FYI - It is NOT Lortab.
Complete thread -- a 6.5 and a 4.0 (size) screw
Complete thread -- misunderstanding or misleading what they DO say is not any benefit to any of us
Complete thread -- I'd wager "frank" instead of flank.
Complete thread -- after pulsatile masses I hear 'or flank bruits.'
Complete thread -- oh, duh me. I heard that too, but didn't see that you didn't have CNS already.
Complete thread -- Patient referred to orthopedic surgeon for total shoulder replacement.
Complete thread -- ? Cruveilhier
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ah ha, duh
Complete thread -- CNS: No focal deficits.
Complete thread -- usually hear mechanical fall
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Status post *mechanical stall* with both head
Complete thread -- pulsatile masses. Can't hear anything after bowel sounds.
Complete thread -- organomegaly, _____ or frank bruits. Bowel sounds ______.
Complete thread -- crusfaliacab?? sm
Complete thread -- This is a _______elderly appearing white female sitting
Complete thread -- he doesn't give where this doc is.
Complete thread -- That is it. I thought I was hearing a town.
Complete thread -- sounds good to me
Complete thread -- changes from Morale to Pushcar (?) not sure how it is spelled.
Complete thread -- I found... Pushkala Muralitharan?
Complete thread -- The clinic is in Concord, NH
Complete thread -- wav file, this is short at the start because of patient data being right there.
Complete thread -- oh boo hoo, did someone say something you didn't like about BoS?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ...through the surgery and until stable postoperatively.
Complete thread -- ETT in place. (endotracheal tube)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- well, about 4 months' activity without limitation
Complete thread -- s/l E T T in slice
Complete thread -- There is no dash in Z line either
Complete thread -- ADHI first advocated dropping the possessive form for EPONYMS in 1990. We
Complete thread -- through the surgery ________ stable postoperatively.
Complete thread -- Is MP3 NOT
Complete thread -- he is doing well but _______ activity and limitation
Complete thread -- never mind - hippus
Complete thread -- That's hardly what they said. :/
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did.
Complete thread -- sure, they used drug-eluting stents in the circumflex. makes sense
Complete thread -- on exam, his pupils have quite a bit of s/l hippose, but no APD.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- amiodarone 200 mg daily, __________ b.i.d., lovastatin
Complete thread -- circumflex stent *via* drug eluting stents
Complete thread -- since "esophagus" isn't mentioned, I apostrophe that.
Complete thread -- I know in Bos 3 it says to drop the 's on everything, but do you do it on things like
Complete thread -- back x6, knee x2 ???
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- bet that is it. will relisten. THANKS SO MUCH!
Complete thread -- pathognomonic ?
Complete thread -- the combination of the current biopsy results and the clinical presentation here is
Complete thread -- PAC sounds like pack - not the letters
Complete thread -- SURGICAL HISTORY: *PAC x6, neat* x2, cholecystectomy, melanoma, prostate, and CABG.
Complete thread -- got it - in extremis
Complete thread -- extremist? Sounds clear but I don't understand how it fits.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I also discussed...
Complete thread -- She was given the risks and benefits of the procedure including blood ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- water cycled -- the joint was flushed with saline.
Complete thread -- sounds like: water cycled. Can't say I've ever heard that, though.
Complete thread -- There was large amount of ____ through the joint to ensure all bony fr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- sounds like infrafibular.
Complete thread -- Inversion and eversion showed no further ____ impingement. ...
Complete thread -- Lol! That's it! Thank you. nm
Complete thread -- The arm is lagging behind???
Complete thread -- Stroke term help, please. sm
Complete thread -- cefdinir! I found it in archives. Someone else heard the same.
Complete thread -- medication help. Thanks!
Complete thread -- not a private account, part of a clinic. I did it right. Thanks.
Complete thread -- (s)he who pays the gold writes the rules SM
Complete thread -- you get a few more results spelled migrainogenic, but not much.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I think he made it up, cannot verify, but I'd go with it. It obviously means (SM)
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- doc says to capitalize s in space of Traube. Should I give it to her?
Complete thread -- or sudden onset
Complete thread -- The left knee pain also started this summer. She denies any associate ...
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- nope, I leave it as dictated. Decimals or fractions, either way goes with units.
Complete thread -- lantus dose from 2 units to 2.5 units. Do you change that to 2-1/2?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- WBCs
Complete thread -- wav sent- thanks! sounds like d'abc's?
Complete thread -- I'm with Lois.
Complete thread -- I would not put in a comma. Nothing wrong with came in in active labor.
Complete thread -- suggest Pen VK solution
Complete thread -- doesn't matter whose fault it is - this is an error in documentation, a/k/a
Complete thread -- I can document it if you flip it to "chondrocalcinosis."
Complete thread -- template for vitals??? no such thing - it is objective data unique to pt and visit.
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- I don't doubt you, L... I've never been dinged for mispunctuation of labs at all- but...
Complete thread -- What is the sentence before and after?
Complete thread -- Got it - When I speak with and he is saying Robert. Will change that.
Complete thread -- wav file. The patient's name is not Robert. Maybe I am not hearing that either.
Complete thread -- s/l calcichondrinosis changes
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- age-indeterminate, carrier for hepatitis B ?
Complete thread -- I even searched for MBK, NBK, anything with a s/l and found nothing. MT Stars had the
Complete thread -- I am going to flag. He is clearly saying either MPK or NPK. I will post if I find out.
Complete thread -- looks fine to me as is.
Complete thread -- ahhh...i found the archives. BB seems to think it is "antibiotic" solution?
Complete thread -- I usually put a comma. came in, in active labor.
Complete thread -- How would you word this?
Complete thread -- carrier for something but I can't get those initials real well
Complete thread -- age-indetermined fracture (L1 and S3 is right). she is a carrier for
Complete thread -- not sure but found:
Complete thread -- not sure but found:
Complete thread -- She has _____ fracture in *L1 and S3*.
Complete thread -- Hallux valgus, left foot is the surgery
Complete thread -- MPK or NPK solution? It is in the archives and I cannot make the link come up.
Complete thread -- agree, he probably stumbled over bursa.
Complete thread -- Thx much. I submitted to query. It was clearly 'bore' but didn't make sense to me.
Complete thread -- cuff or bursa maybe?
Complete thread -- sure - see msg for more context
Complete thread -- alrightythen, O. But, like I said, I have never been dinged for keeping it in with the
Complete thread -- Can you give us the whole sentence please -and maybe the one before and after too?
Complete thread -- type it and move on?? No way. It is statistically impossible for that NOT to be false
Complete thread -- rotator cuff (s/l bore) bursa
Complete thread -- yep - that's what I was trying to say. and anion gap is part of CMP that doesn't always
Complete thread -- okay, so amylase is not part of CMP... and if lipase is mentioned, they can go together?
Complete thread -- sorry - guess i was an hour late - never know what time zone it is...
Complete thread -- actually said that backwards - put amylase separate (but can go w/lipase if there is one)
Complete thread -- anion gap is on CMP; lipase is a pancreatic enzyme, separate from CMP - can go w/amylase.
Complete thread -- anyway, I've always put those in the CMP and have never been marked off for it.
Complete thread -- I think they are an "add on" - not part of the routine CMP
Complete thread -- okay, thank you... when I looked on lab sites, they were not listed under CMP :)
Complete thread -- those are also on a comprehensive (CMP). anion gap is kidney function (I think) like BUN
Complete thread -- did everyone leave?
Complete thread -- amylase test, anion gap test... are they all separate?
Complete thread -- okay, thanks all :)
Complete thread -- if it is extremely long, that would make it nice and clear. Otherwise, no.
Complete thread -- I've always put FH in paragraph form, only had ONE doctor who numbers his.
Complete thread -- I would only do that if numbered by the dictator and otherwise keep in paragraph
Complete thread -- does anyone number FAMILY HISTORY to separate out each member to make clearer?
Complete thread -- finger, bilateral hands (comma)
Complete thread -- that is what he said :(
Complete thread -- a pattern suggest of what?? (I would flag that part). period after time.
Complete thread -- to me this does not make sense, so I do not know how to punctuate it/verbatim acct
Complete thread -- got it, opposite side.
Complete thread -- slowed it down and reposted mp3
Complete thread -- all I can make out is upper site or operative site, but may not be close.
Complete thread -- could you slow it down a tad?
Complete thread -- more info - In any case, the patient has had workup already for this with a bronchoscopy.
Complete thread -- agree. For others not familiar sm
Complete thread -- The patient has the appearance of cavitation but I believe, given the extensive
Complete thread -- might try asbestos+ followup protocol on google.
Complete thread -- listen for missed drug
Complete thread -- thanks all!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Kratkas is correct.
Complete thread -- yes, or sometimes written as "both Doctors Krata". Not saying you should do it that way,
Complete thread -- more than one Dr. Kratka he is referring to. Is correct way to type Kratkas?? (SM)
Complete thread -- gemcitabine and docetaxel
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- vasogenic?
Complete thread -- right thalamic mass with associated s/l age-oh-stemic edema. TIA!
Complete thread -- pt with laryngeal cancer "treated with s/l jim-said-i-pine and docetaxel" chemo
Complete thread -- got it - Allen's test
Complete thread -- s/l LSS or ell-ess-iss sm plse
Complete thread -- Pt has suffered multiple fractures both legs - thank you again
Complete thread -- I did - thank you all so very much!
Complete thread -- it appears to me that this plate is placed on the side of the bone so
Complete thread -- did you see other note below on your cannulated screws?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- anterior to posterior "A to P"
Complete thread -- looks like it might actually be 4.5 cannulated screws (4.5 mm)
Complete thread -- seems unlikely use of only one screw, would not be stable seems to me
Complete thread -- thanks everyone, long ortho OP note - appreciate the help
Complete thread -- s/l A to P locking screws, sm plse
Complete thread -- AxSos would be my choice. Sentence looks like doc giving name brand. 12-hole, and type
Complete thread -- I would think Axsos on this one..the documentation indicates
Complete thread -- I'd go with AxSOS (made by Stryker).
Complete thread -- that is what I thought but then second guessed myself :)
Complete thread -- your second option, no cap on conflict.
Complete thread -- would you cap Japanese Conflict?? or Japanese conflict??
Complete thread -- another tough ortho question, plse sm
Complete thread -- thank you - I see (thanks) that 5 mm makes more sense here than 0.5
Complete thread -- Tough one. I'm thinking four 5 - like 5 mm screws. I, however, would probably
Complete thread -- thanks! that was it! :)
Complete thread -- or, the dictator just has normal template for vitals, (in head) does not wait or
Complete thread -- (ORIF of knee) We used four five cannulated screws to reduce the main fragments. sm
Complete thread -- not correct, hyphenating it makes it an adjective. I'd have left that as 2 words.
Complete thread -- Ralphie, you'll shoot your eye out!
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- and I agree that "calf" doesn't fit here.
Complete thread -- might be something about collateralization
Complete thread -- okay, thanks. Just knew was not supposed to start sentence with #, so didn't know
Complete thread -- Verbatim is verbatim. I would type as 70/30, 18 units though.
Complete thread -- anyone out there today?
Complete thread -- Med list 70/30 18 units t.i.d. Is it okay to start with 70/30? verbatim
Complete thread -- s/l calf platter-ill-zation (SM)
Complete thread -- EPL ( Extensor Pollicis Longus ) tendon surgery?
Complete thread -- doc dictated fentanyl 50 "mg"... isn't fentanyl only "mcg" ??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- managment is what i hear
Complete thread -- ahh come on, let's put an incision in that eye for the heck of it.
Complete thread -- findings of the ultrasound and _______ of the pregnancy with the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- retrobulbar block consisting of a mixture of
Complete thread -- at a power of 300 milliwatts, 0.3 seconds duration, for a total of 80 spots
Complete thread -- retrobulbar block, incision, mixture of?
Complete thread -- retrobulbar block _____ 2% Xylocaine and 0.75
Complete thread -- retinal _____ seconds duration for a total of 80 _____.
Complete thread -- s/l ep-lee tendon surgery. TIA!
Complete thread -- selective?
Complete thread -- Our bright QA has hyphenated it. She may have children in the f ...
Complete thread -- We will schedule him for a s/l__tive femoral and possible inguinal ner ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- one word - both
Complete thread -- My question is that is breastfeed one word or two in these sentences. ...
Complete thread -- She may have children in the future but is unsure about this and may * ...
Complete thread -- She states that she has had 1 child and *breastfed/breast fed* for abo ...
Complete thread -- so I see! :-)
Complete thread -- the board has been pretty quite at night lately.
Complete thread -- I'm taking a 30 minute break. I'll be back. I crave ?'s for MD.
Complete thread -- I'm unable to corroborate your "em-chat-ka" with asbestos lung injury.
Complete thread -- em-chat-ka chest film
Complete thread -- hmmm...the search is a bit harder than I imagined: hold tight...:-)
Complete thread -- I'm searching, and I'll reply regardless of what I find.
Complete thread -- Your s/l is probably an acronym or abbreviation for the asbestos intervention for which pt
Complete thread -- thanks, iilkjf, for the correct solution! :-)
Complete thread -- OP, thank you for providing what, with help, you heard! :-)
Complete thread -- good job getting the missing words!
Complete thread -- Thank you Margaret :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot POI. It is Pectoralis was released anteriorly all the wa ...
Complete thread -- poi, you have Golden Ears to have understood that much!! :-)
Complete thread -- hmmm....could you tell us more about the patient's signs and symptoms?
Complete thread -- Pectoralis was_______ all the way up to the medial border.
Complete thread -- (finger fault) it" Margaret
Complete thread -- I tried, but I was unable to "get
Complete thread -- The subpectoral dissection was performed. ____ wrapped in the medial ...
Complete thread -- Doc speaks so quickly; I cannot discern. Good Luck
Complete thread -- Doc speaks so quickly; I cannot discern. Good Luck
Complete thread -- Doc speaks so quickly; I cannot discern. Good Luck
Complete thread -- Procedures are 1. Bilateral breast augmentation with silicone impla ...
Complete thread -- poi, after consideration of all possibilities, I tend to vote with YOU! :-)
Complete thread -- Mammary ptosis is the second diagnosis. #1 diagnosis is something else ...
Complete thread -- (my take as well.)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I appreciate your reply. I admit I'm retired x 10 years and am no longer "in the fray.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Diagnoses: 1. Mammary ____. ...
Complete thread -- None of my doctors do them. That is all done in triage now. The only time mine take anyt
Complete thread -- (hee hee!:-)
Complete thread -- I Never thought about that possibility!.....Thank you for your wisdom! :-)
Complete thread -- Maybe it is the fault of the nurses/staff TAKING them. They rarely do it. She needs
Complete thread -- re my anger on all pts' vitals being the same
Complete thread -- ahhh..you dated yourself Lois...only us over 50s would even think of that. :)
Complete thread -- OK, now I see. Doc is lying. I cannot advise medico-legally. But it makes me hopping mad!
Complete thread -- Weird. I cannot see the content from the poster just below.
Complete thread -- I would request you bring it to the MD's attention; he's probably just reading inaccurate
Complete thread -- Well... maybe they hang so low.... (sorry, couldn't help it...)
Complete thread -- same bad nurse lol
Complete thread -- No question, just a comment. How can a doctor dictate on 4 patients in a row and all
Complete thread -- Maybe blank the "breasts" - perhaps he meant sore abdomen, sore something?
Complete thread -- I didn't listen after sore breasts, but that is what he said.
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't hear mp3 or it is gone so can't offer anything more
Complete thread -- sore breasts that she can feel vaginally?
Complete thread -- sore breasts.
Complete thread -- Gynecology note
Complete thread -- thanky much!
Complete thread -- agree, was
Complete thread -- "was" sounds better to me
Complete thread -- was/were? Airbags were deployed, but there was significant damage and (SM)
Complete thread -- basic rules of transcription say leave as dictated.
Complete thread -- I bet it's DDT, an insecticide.
Complete thread -- depends on your account. I have one with no abbreviations, and one with all abbreviations
Complete thread -- doc dictated GYN/ONC, would you expand or leave abbreviated?
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- METs (Metabolic Equivalent of Task)
Complete thread -- when referring to a stress treadmill test, is it Mets or METs?? google giving both
Complete thread -- me either :(
Complete thread -- I think he might mean Weerda...
Complete thread -- no, it doesn't make sense, but I can't think what they might be saying there
Complete thread -- s/l weader scope
Complete thread -- s/l DVT? doesn't make sense to me.
Complete thread -- min assist or minimal assistance
Complete thread -- s/l Men-Assist? (sm) Thanks!
Complete thread -- in patient? (as "in the patient")?
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- it's okay. me too :)..not often that we have fun on this board.
Complete thread -- Poi, I think you're right with the guinea pigs! : )
Complete thread -- Vitoss
Complete thread -- LOL...but I did!
Complete thread -- with fusion using anchor C-plate, *B toss* and autograft for fusion.
Complete thread -- I can't believe *someone* hasn't come along to suggest we look it up on...
Complete thread -- not silly at all - I think we're just having fun with it.
Complete thread -- No - I think that's exactly what it was. I've heard of people allergic to them... also
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- okay...I feel even more silly now. haha You have to admit it fits the sounds like!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- totally! Back to my exercise wheel!
Complete thread -- really... they are SO hard to swallow.
Complete thread -- and he does say "longevity"
Complete thread -- heck, the patient should NOT be taking those!
Complete thread -- noncontributoy to this case at this time?
Complete thread -- I felt silly typing it, but it sure fit your sounds like so decided to throw it out :)
Complete thread -- noncontributory? (guess based on what I usually hear)
Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: ______ at this time.
Complete thread -- you got it! (ST does not expand, they are lettered segments in an EKG)
Complete thread -- Wow! Could be right. I was stuck on a med. Flagged, but thanks for the guess!!
Complete thread -- STEMI in IMPRESSION...would it be ST-elevation myocardial infarction??
Complete thread -- guinea pigs?
Complete thread -- medication s/l ** GIN - nee - begs ** hard G
Complete thread -- I think the dictator questions it also has he qualifies it with "may be" and
Complete thread -- could this really be right?? 115?? that is what I swear doc said
Complete thread -- well, what's the rest of the PMH? Dx?
Complete thread -- I'm hearing the "ine" on the end but just can't get it
Complete thread -- loratadine ?
Complete thread -- I can't even get a guess. Might as well give yours to the OP as no one
Complete thread -- sorry, just a tad too quick for me. I'd say what I think, but don't want to influence
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: ____ 10 mg daily, metolazone
Complete thread -- *em-chat-ka* followup for asbestos exposure. (sm)
Complete thread -- OK, thanks for letting us know the answer.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- ahhhh, ok thank you so much poi!
Complete thread -- NM. Pregabalin. Thanks for trying to help.
Complete thread -- this is certainly a very reasonable point.
Complete thread -- do you know what meds pt is on? (besides Dilantin?)
Complete thread -- I would cap neither. Only cap when used as personification, here it is just an adjective.
Complete thread -- s/l freak abdomen level is 3.3. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you for your letter and I think (?this would certainly be a reasonable point)
Complete thread -- would I cap Cardiology in both of these??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- okay, thanks all!
Complete thread -- I usually do not use quotes unless doc specifically says "quote"
Complete thread -- makes sense to me too
Complete thread -- I like your's better O nm Pt is alternating fingers, yep
Complete thread -- dang, can't hit the keys right, toooo cold here, 25 degrees
Complete thread -- ye, I would if dictator indicate this, otherwise I leae it to dictator to decide "quotes"
Complete thread -- that is what the man said
Complete thread -- I like this one!
Complete thread -- alternation?
Complete thread -- are we in the heart? as in aortic arch. A shunt would be rerouting of blood supply
Complete thread -- probably no quotes - but is it really punch line? bottom line?
Complete thread -- would you use quotes?
Complete thread -- maybe s/l condiborate is corroborate/corroboration ? sm
Complete thread -- I thought "interpretation" ?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!! I could not find it anywhere!!
Complete thread -- found it ! Meary's angle
Complete thread -- No I don't think he is saying varus. It s/l Mare eeze
Complete thread -- varus? A talocalcaneal angle less than 15 degrees is hindfoot varus
Complete thread -- S/L Mary's angle of the hind foot
Complete thread -- cortical
Complete thread -- all can think of is (slurring) some sentence form of tuning fork sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Diffuse ______ atrophy consistent with her age
Complete thread -- throughout?
Complete thread -- looks like s/l va ag =vasovagal sm
Complete thread -- Finger to nose to finger *ill tunation* is intact.
Complete thread -- thank you all
Complete thread -- EVERY day she tells people about "google.com" as if this was something new.
Complete thread -- oops... was not bb; I meant I agree with fpnbjl - the one who said 0.3.
Complete thread -- or... most of the history (that is) reliable seems to be from the family...
Complete thread -- "0.3" is pronounced 3/10, and decimals are used with metric measures (cc, mL are metric)
Complete thread -- Agree. I was insulted by this "help" and I wasn't even the OP
Complete thread -- most of the reliable history is from the family, but pt is alert and
Complete thread -- Can you change it to "most of the reliable history"
Complete thread -- I would just go with 3/10th (billybob if onboard now converts this stuff well)
Complete thread -- brow
Complete thread -- this does not make sense.... can someone help me make sense of it?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- healthy skin edges of the _____. The wound was
Complete thread -- was reviewed with the mom?
Complete thread -- nothing in other history to support. I do think you have it, but will flag with
Complete thread -- please ignore - detailed to mother as not really heard... that is the blank
Complete thread -- Procedure was _____
Complete thread -- all I can think of is I&O, for in and out catheter. Also need comma between UA and culture
Complete thread -- cc should be mL, though (*almost* a universal rule, but your acct may say otherwise)
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- yes stealth - so the incision and scar will be less visible
Complete thread -- I checked on your suggested meds again. It is also for pain, and I think you hit the nail
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- 0.3 cc
Complete thread -- s/l stealth type incision
Complete thread -- Urology
Complete thread -- injected *3/10th* of 1 cc of methylene blue directly - how to type
Complete thread -- wow. No mention of any addiction. I should have mentioned he has Hepatitis B.
Complete thread -- does pt have opiate addiction? -- buprenorphine (Suboxone) is very close.
Complete thread -- Yes, that's what he is doing. Thanks, I will flag it.
Complete thread -- ...of course it doesn't matter since you will have to flag it anyway!
Complete thread -- It sounds like the doctor is reading the medication list made by the patient. Buspirone?
Complete thread -- Medication, spelled out b-u-r-p-h-r-o-i-n-e (for 'e' he says "it looks like")
Complete thread -- where do you get the insane idea that people don't use google?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- admitted again (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- I hear "again" - he is here again? he is in again? he was hitting it again?
Complete thread -- seizure secondary to cerebellar bleed? (does that fit w/other hx?)
Complete thread -- He was _______. His slightly elevated lipase
Complete thread -- makes sense to
Complete thread -- Tenex?
Complete thread -- Don't think so. Thanks for the suggestion. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Collaborate?
Complete thread -- s/l con-dib-or-ate TIA!
Complete thread -- Can't hear wav well (too quiet). Do you have a s/l?
Complete thread -- He noted orthopnea related to s/l va-ag? thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l ten-ness TIA!
Complete thread -- I do not really see any atrophy in his anterior ___ muscles either. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Shehas s/l insidious battery depletion of pacemaker.
Complete thread -- cystic artery was doubly clipped on the "end patient" side and singly on gallbladder
Complete thread -- s/l dry puradic skin? skin irritation description, resolved with hydrocortisone
Complete thread -- will check back in the morning if anyone is able to help with this.
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- That might be it. Will listen again. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- dramatic?
Complete thread -- There is no mention of any. She is seen for breast cancer.
Complete thread -- did the patient have trauma?
Complete thread -- FLAIR images are T2-weighted with the CSF signal suppressed
Complete thread -- I think they are 2 different things so T2/FLAIR or T2 and FLAIR
Complete thread -- graduate student who fell onto the distal radius...
Complete thread -- Fluid attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR)
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 30-year-old ____ with a comminuted distal ra ...
Complete thread -- He has T2 s/l flare changes on MRI...is this FLAIR??? kindly help!
Complete thread -- traumatic edema? sm
Complete thread -- peripheral artery disease, history of seizures secondary to ___________, coronary
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- 1 to 5.
Complete thread -- Reduce the auto-CPAP settings, which were currently at 11 to 15 to ___ to 5.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- collegiate. This was explained in great detail?
Complete thread -- In light of the fact that the capsulorrhaphy will most likely eliminat ...
Complete thread -- could just as easily be oxygen dependency,
Complete thread -- thanks a lot!!! ...
Complete thread -- maybe "oxygen deficiency" -waaaaaaaaaayyyyy WAG
Complete thread -- ...not a surgical candidate due to severe s/l arc shunt dependency... ...
Complete thread -- That would make sense, especially since I can't find anything that mat ...
Complete thread -- cysts in his kidney?
Complete thread -- GI
Complete thread -- GI
Complete thread -- common expression
Complete thread -- I believe you; just mentioned as some unaware or afraid to use google.
Complete thread -- agree.2
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- both used, mean the same, conjoined is more common.
Complete thread -- great. thanks so much! another new thing learned.
Complete thread -- as in "4.5 hours: the new time window for tissue plasminogen activator in stroke"
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- s/l He was just in the window. Make sense?
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch!!
Complete thread -- just to clarify, VMX is not some new aortic valve, =maximum velocity
Complete thread -- PERsonally, I'd use for sent for, but
Complete thread -- ok, then "FOR" works; the surgery center is not pathology dept.
Complete thread -- good one, good one rn
Complete thread -- Sorry for not having mentioned this. I think this small ambulatory surgery center sends it
Complete thread -- you need to learn to use/search google.com It is conjoined. SM
Complete thread -- a b m g i p -- easy to spot, monikor or not, lack cognition skills.
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- welll backup a bit, is it sent out to another hospital/facility could be AS I guess sm
Complete thread -- sent for permanent section (slices and stains) sm
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- whichever the doctor used.
Complete thread -- specimen sent as (or: for?) permanent specimen. Which is correct? Thanks
Complete thread -- questioned "hemodynamically" just meant, atherosclerotic plaquing , sm
Complete thread -- it is the timing, I forget how to fix, go to devices + keyboard see what you find
Complete thread -- #2 I hear in there ---blood work ---for reversal of
Complete thread -- To clarify: To rule out treatable causes of peripheral neuropathy.
Complete thread -- That's a common set of labs to rule out peripheral neuropathy.
Complete thread -- bit of over thinking, type as dictated unless"obvious error, i.e., left, right 115 yrold
Complete thread -- not sure
Complete thread -- you are right, now sure what I was googling.
Complete thread -- off the top of my head, I think there may be a Thick-It, not sure
Complete thread -- s/l thicket? Encouraged the use of ___________ when ingesting liquids.
Complete thread -- Thanks for these. Will flag the rest.
Complete thread -- both B12 deficiency and hypothyroidism can also cause paresthesias
Complete thread -- I think you need a newer keyboard, they should be more senstive rather than less :)
Complete thread -- I'm confused. Why question it?
Complete thread -- #1 - I am sending?
Complete thread -- I have no clue, but if that is how it is dictated, I'd type it that
Complete thread -- #3 cognitive enhancing
Complete thread -- what does carpal tunnel have to do with these labs?
Complete thread -- I think you're right with tempo
Complete thread -- Geriatric assessment
Complete thread -- those episodes WHEN the wall reaches out and smacks her.
Complete thread -- will listen for that, thanks
Complete thread -- but the patient was having pain...didn't make sense to have pain and lack of pain at the
Complete thread -- typical?
Complete thread -- I had to run off, but I see it now. You're welcome. :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sorry not yummy he said, but yummy how Halcion acts.
Complete thread -- Halcion yummy...
Complete thread -- able to take a regular "dimickle" diet without signs of aspiration
Complete thread -- Her current medications include Armour, Cymbalta, Klonopin, ____, vitamin D
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- he always says "as we age" ... verbatim acct
Complete thread -- as "we age" ?? as she ages...?? not sure of your "in the wall"
Complete thread -- see? dang new keyboard left the H off of hypertrophic
Complete thread -- ypertrophic, raised, rough erythmatous (what I'd do)
Complete thread -- hyphens? commas?
Complete thread -- s/l in the wall??
Complete thread -- never heard of it. peripheral neuropathy maybe?
Complete thread -- Encountered. Thank heavens this is my last report of the day because it slayed me!
Complete thread -- it sounds like catted
Complete thread -- If you didn't see it, poi, thanks for the explanation of the ureteral jet.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, poi!
Complete thread -- I remember from somewhere hearing the temper of a disease
Complete thread -- going with it.
Complete thread -- Is "small cell neuropathy" correct? I cant document, but it is pretty clear
Complete thread -- the sound-alikes are two confusing for me.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- I think they both have same meaning, go with how you hear it or pick one. But comma
Complete thread -- for future reference, a low-purine diet is for gout.
Complete thread -- anesthesia makes sense - in this context, a lack of feeling or numbness.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- not verifiable as comon when using quotes in google, but that is what it sounded like
Complete thread -- thanks! LOL!
Complete thread -- GFRs run or GFR runs? Historically his GFRs run between 49-60
Complete thread -- duh to me..was just rolling with sounds like
Complete thread -- elbow
Complete thread -- doesn't all meat contain protein?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l earlobe... SM
Complete thread -- Is temper one of those phrases? I do think I have heard that now thinking about it
Complete thread -- purine-containing
Complete thread -- but the time, course, and tempo of these?
Complete thread -- protein?
Complete thread -- and time, course, and temper of these??
Complete thread -- I didn't hear the p sound at all. esthesia (sensitivity) fits with the pain.
Complete thread -- He is watching his diet in regards to **pure in containing** meats.
Complete thread -- I thought paresthesia.
Complete thread -- wav another one, thanks
Complete thread -- I agree. Will see how the rest of the report goes.
Complete thread -- not sure it does, esthesia would make more sense.
Complete thread -- that is definitely what I heard. Does that make sense to you?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- anesthesia
Complete thread -- wav file, I think she has to be saying something other than what I hear
Complete thread -- he says meters per square but it is abbreviated sq m
Complete thread -- 14.7 meters squared
Complete thread -- . Aortic valve VMX of 14.7 _______ with a mean gradient of
Complete thread -- totally makes sense.
Complete thread -- answer to first question : This finding is commonly seen on ultrasound but rarely on CT
Complete thread -- several years, and thinner, and at the time of puberty...
Complete thread -- wav file, she changes her mind and redictates
Complete thread -- I'll live ...
Complete thread -- uh-oh, you hit enter too soon and gave yourself away.
Complete thread -- you appear to be "lacking experienced" too.
Complete thread -- Isn't a ureteral jet a normal finding on ultrasound or CT? (see message)
Complete thread -- good tip! (I use something like that for nitrAte/nitrIte - cArdiac or urIne)
Complete thread -- no help there. she has the hospital. if you listened, you would see talking about
Complete thread -- I always remember "i" for hIp and "e" for intEstine. Almost got by me this time.
Complete thread -- shudder - shutter.
Complete thread -- well, the keyboard, me trying to meet linecount in a hurry, and my poor vision ha!!
Complete thread -- Thank goodness I'm not alone. Usually, people don't talk about mistakes. Taboo!
Complete thread -- you mean I can blame my keyboard?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- "chuckle" I always have to double check my definition, just can't remember sm
Complete thread -- my new computer's keyboard needs "broken in" and I've seen things I sent in the past week
Complete thread -- my autopilot messes up sometimes too. :)
Complete thread -- how do you know this is a fairly new MT?
Complete thread -- This was for you, a b m g i p and your other post below.
Complete thread -- acceded
Complete thread -- I almost let "ilial" resection go thru for ileal! I know the difference. Sheesh.
Complete thread -- unless she "exceeded"??? to surgery. definition sounds like "agreed to", but I cant
Complete thread -- Oh, unbelievable response. You are lacking experienced for sure.
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated, esp when talking of youger children, as, for example sm
Complete thread -- consider the source
Complete thread -- "chuckle" good thinking, the "down-the-page" posting yesterday was "geeze to much"
Complete thread -- Does not think that will help her with
Complete thread -- yes, very well known hospital. Can google.com U.S. hospitals
Complete thread -- agree, don't change, so as dictated nm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I will change that back.
Complete thread -- agree with your thinking but I would leave as watts
Complete thread -- this is how it came in VR. Never done this one. How would it be formatted?
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- agree, when stuck like this one, google for brand or generic sm
Complete thread -- I found: Albuterol sulfate is the official generic name in the United States. The World
Complete thread -- Sometimes they use name brands and then generic throughout a report. I would leave
Complete thread -- probably correct, as #9 cannot stand alone, likely infection WAS knee. nm
Complete thread -- first said albuterol twice in report, third time corrects self to salbutamol...SM
Complete thread -- sharing how to find for next time "lab site link", will help you a lot sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I am beginning to think I am losing my touch!
Complete thread -- okay LOL!
Complete thread -- agree, sounds good to me nm
Complete thread -- the use of (eye) glasses while being in etc ???
Complete thread -- I used to change it when doing "straight" transcribing, considered it slang. Now I edit VR
Complete thread -- glasses?? huh? that is what he said, but makes no sense to me
Complete thread -- for me, "as dictated"
Complete thread -- when dictated "script" do you type that or do you change to prescription?
Complete thread -- I got that far. I thought maybe she lists 1 on the sensitivity but flagged
Complete thread -- thank you for your help!
Complete thread -- ___ sensitivity to noise as well (still missing words)
Complete thread -- Flagging and sending in. thanks
Complete thread -- This is sort of how I would do it. I would ; or put a period between fasciitis and She
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I am completely unsure how to type this paragraph :(
Complete thread -- poi...
Complete thread -- I would just create a new heading like "NOTE" and put it after physicial exam.
Complete thread -- would this go under NEURO?? or where? in exam
Complete thread -- oscar - sm
Complete thread -- left atrial size is measured by area and also by volume
Complete thread -- poi - SM
Complete thread -- going to go with same line instead of separate
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- is o = oscar?
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- a sedimentation rate is an entirely different test on its own. a test for inflammation u
Complete thread -- is sed rate part of the CMP labs? dictated between CBC and CMP and wanted to make
Complete thread -- he says "and" so not sure if on same line or not
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- ID (infectious disease)
Complete thread -- I've heard them called T3s on the street.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- ohh! I did not think of that! :) Thanks!
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks
Complete thread -- there are some who will argue about this all day...
Complete thread -- Wonder if they think that is shorthand for Tylenol No. 3?
Complete thread -- could be Migraine Relief (see link)
Complete thread -- pain medication 1T3 ??
Complete thread -- when I posted 2.5 pounds the other day, I was corrected to 2-1/2 pounds
Complete thread -- can't be "or" - has to be for.
Complete thread -- wav file, Not sure if this is a name or place. Boston Children's Hospital report
Complete thread -- OK - I do hear anterior, but might be "inhomogeneity anteriorly" and not part of #2.
Complete thread -- 3.5=3-1/2, doesn't matter, but I'd put 3-1/2 for both to be consistent.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I can hear inhomogeneity and will flag the other.
Complete thread -- says 3-1/2 pounds then later in report says 3.5 pounds (point)
Complete thread -- is migraine relief capped in this? Is this a medication?
Complete thread -- I'd put a comma or "and" if you can... tendon tendinosis (and) inhomogeneity - 2 things.
Complete thread -- of course, that is not a legit measure of age, probably means 1 month.
Complete thread -- inhomogeneity. 2. Anterior
Complete thread -- found it: McKesson
Complete thread -- s/l mackassin record? (NV hospital)
Complete thread -- I hope if you find this out, you will post - I am curious.
Complete thread -- It was - she said 16 point 1
Complete thread -- If it's dictated like that, I'd do it 16.1.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- how do you write an age written this way?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 125 (the clue is we are increasing from 100)
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- preop diag ques
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Lorine M. Lightbody, RD, 29 Spring Ave, Brick, NJ
Complete thread -- nope, probably means normal, too bad he can't pronounce it.
Complete thread -- Sugars are a little bit above s/l null. TIA!
Complete thread -- tight end
Complete thread -- He also participates in Pop Warner football on the offensive line or _ ...
Complete thread -- looks like there's an acceptable spelling of rostrocaudal.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I think you're right. I'll try to communicate that to QA.
Complete thread -- how do I write out 1 and a quarter int his context?
Complete thread -- s/l rostral something. maybe rostral-caudal, not sure
Complete thread -- looking for dietitian/nutritionist in Jersey Shore s/l Lauri Lightbodies. Pediatrics.
Complete thread -- sent it on with a blank. thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- infant with plagiocephaly. WAV (last sentence)
Complete thread -- She does have Raynaud’s syndrome. She has a gluten allergy. She has ...
Complete thread -- T-tube
Complete thread -- no wave or posted over
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- neuralgic
Complete thread -- She then was treated for her chronic ____ pain. ...
Complete thread -- I can't find either, could be V, (ventilation) E (eustachian)
Complete thread -- not surprised by your choice of favorite sayings, you have used it here.
Complete thread -- has anybody ever heard of a myringotomy with rigid C-tube?? I cannot document C-tube
Complete thread -- Findings: Midline septal ____ on the right side. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, Billybob! I've never heard "sidedness" used before..guess I'll use it. :)
Complete thread -- "The left or right sidedness of the aortic arch..." SM
Complete thread -- Sorry, hit enter....sm
Complete thread -- Echo help please. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Not on this guy. but thanks. I had some other blanks, so QA can wrestle with it.
Complete thread -- D&C?
Complete thread -- Just listed in past surgical history. S/L T and C. Tonsillectomy, T and C.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. However, it is indeed Beighton score. ...
Complete thread -- she does have hoarsness of voice status post surgery but I had
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! I really appreciate your help. I will remember th ...
Complete thread -- Could it be just "pain score." Does he have a southern accent?
Complete thread -- Beighton score
Complete thread -- s/l with resultant moist change, but ? if really "voice change"? Clues in rest of report?
Complete thread -- orthopedic examination help please
Complete thread -- I have all night before I have to turn it in if anyone is able to help.
Complete thread -- Status post left carotid endarterectomy, ________ moist change.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- compounded
Complete thread -- Gynecology note
Complete thread -- Rotavirus.. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Child with abdominal pain. s/l trolivar
Complete thread -- Thank you, poi.
Complete thread -- Stedman's Pulm. mucous plugging and mucus plug as it is a plug of mucus
Complete thread -- Okay, will type then as dictated. Thanks! Is the plug spelled 'mucuous' or 'mucus'?
Complete thread -- I'd think he was using mucoid to describe the mucous plug, :)
Complete thread -- Not sure if he means both mucoid and mucous since he said 'ah' in between. Also is it
Complete thread -- don't think so. certainly have never seen it done as such. it is not a solid like a tumo
Complete thread -- that is my favorite saying...
Complete thread -- FABER or FABERE maneuver (one acct I use FABERE, another FABER). Check archives.
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- I think it's not considered solid volume because the volume shifts
Complete thread -- yes, check this link
Complete thread -- am I hearing right? Footbath, rice, desensitization?
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. He gets much worse as he goes.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Wasn't sure if it had to match the last one - narrative indicates.
Complete thread -- wav file. I have a guess but it is wishful thinking.
Complete thread -- 2 things, records and narrative they indicate
Complete thread -- his records and his verbal narrative indicate or indicates?
Complete thread -- ? Trilafon (antipsychotic) -- diagnosis/history would help
Complete thread -- Oh, bet that is sciatica!
Complete thread -- Just figured out what the other blank is. OMT...
Complete thread -- different report. ESL he is giving history. Word sounds like Shadeka, long E sound
Complete thread -- Thank you! Got 2 of the blanks filled in. Will have to flag 2nd blank.
Complete thread -- Going to flag. It is a stat, of course.
Complete thread -- ahhh...got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- valid link, but I would look at atrial size as area (solid volume size)
Complete thread -- Thanks he is a foreign dictator, so it sounded like Phan at end.
Complete thread -- Xalatan?
Complete thread -- Drug sounds like Xelaphan or Zelaphan any ideas?
Complete thread -- found this link
Complete thread -- Past medical history is here
Complete thread -- Wav file, thanks. I am giving all the other medications, which is huge.
Complete thread -- I said what acct wanted all along? You just weren't reading I guess
Complete thread -- you gave no answer that helped the OP. You were just rude
Complete thread -- (that's a measure of volume)
Complete thread -- it's phonetic - like wu da fu
Complete thread -- removal of infected intramedullary nail, s/l backslapper - sm plse
Complete thread -- High velocity, low amplitude (HVLA) technique?
Complete thread -- shoulder heights?
Complete thread -- I am hearing : _________ went over with the patient. Gosh I hate blanks :)
Complete thread -- Pt seen multiple times with rib pain. Doc is a DO sm
Complete thread -- after discussing with the patient?
Complete thread -- I can figure that one out (wtf?) haha
Complete thread -- I couldn't find it either. Usually I can guess, but not this one.
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- where do I look up the meaning of this acronym? Harder to figure out than the medical ones
Complete thread -- additional info. The pt is being treated for MRSA sinusitis
Complete thread -- wdafu?
Complete thread -- EXACTLY
Complete thread -- give up - it wasn't hard for anyone but you to understand
Complete thread -- the measure of the atrium would be VOLUME, so YES. Anyway, aren't you the rude one
Complete thread -- she said down below it was atrial enlargement, so NO
Complete thread -- Great, I didn't see all of you bounding to help until now either. I don't care if you do
Complete thread -- I never said I didn't like it. I can't believe how hard it was to figure out what your
Complete thread -- almost s/l "after the swelling" but not sure
Complete thread -- thanks for the back-up, poi
Complete thread -- just coming to say that, but I think maybe rete testIs not testEs. Check it out, tho.
Complete thread -- got it, rete testes
Complete thread -- :) thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- thank you so very much for your help!! :) It is GREATLY appreciated!!
Complete thread -- s/l reta testes...see inside
Complete thread -- I agree with o
Complete thread -- good - you should have given up several posts ago as you are NO HELP and
Complete thread -- See my response above, and also the very top one. Ignore the rudeling.
Complete thread -- Zyvox 600 mg p.o. twice a day. _____________ the patient. The patient felt the
Complete thread -- I'd go with mL/sq M or mL/sq. meter, but...SM
Complete thread -- wouldn't this be a "volume" measurement then, where cc is acceptable sm
Complete thread -- can someone else please let me know if I typed it right?
Complete thread -- what is your problem? I am telling what my acct says to do and you don't like it?
Complete thread -- I give up
Complete thread -- the option is to follow AAMT???
Complete thread -- thank you very much, I did use the comma.
Complete thread -- Then if they say NO to something, their responsibility is to give you credible options.
Complete thread -- Disagree - renal, calcium, and liver panel.
Complete thread -- www.thegreatdictator.com/cgi-bin/boardware/arch.cgi?board=word&page=hhpj&file=jlokk
Complete thread -- confused on why you keep saying to find out what acct wants when I am saying they say no
Complete thread -- Then what do you want? You have to do it somehow, they type it out. I don't know wha
Complete thread -- found on p. 219 where it states not m2 ... it says cu and sq acceptable; is this right?
Complete thread -- no sub/super scripts allowed. Also AAMT on p. 219 states not m2. see my OP
Complete thread -- you have to render it somehow. Many accounts have a preference. If you cannot sub/super
Complete thread -- even though AAMT stated what I posted in OP?
Complete thread -- a square meter, also meter squared, m2 or spell out.
Complete thread -- no, calcium excreted via urine, renal calcium
Complete thread -- echo results
Complete thread -- Left atrial enlargement is similar to previous, 44 mL/m sq., previously was 41.
Complete thread -- what is being measured?
Complete thread -- Renal calcium and liver panel were all normal. (comma between renal & calcium?)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- nasal turbinate reduction
Complete thread -- I would - general or HEENT
Complete thread -- 44 cc per meter square is 44 mL/m sq. right?? unable to do sub/superscript
Complete thread -- The patient has underlying hypertension, multiple pleural calcified plaques, obesity,
Complete thread -- where should I put this?
Complete thread -- you have it correctly in your example
Complete thread -- Have you asked your QA? That would be the best way to know what they want.
Complete thread -- thank you!!!
Complete thread -- can someone give me clue to know if I type asleep or to sleep SM
Complete thread -- bismuth?
Complete thread -- Linzess? (would make sense)
Complete thread -- s/l lizmus??
Complete thread -- this is funny LOL!
Complete thread -- maybe?? saying low or (SM) calcium oxalate (CO) not sure tho, flag?
Complete thread -- yes, I put Ca oxalate crystals. Thanks all
Complete thread -- Calcium is the chemical element with symbol Ca
Complete thread -- nevermind, I stand corrected. It would be borne out. Sorry!
Complete thread -- that's my question, I can't hear calcium, just CO oxalate, not sure how to type that.
Complete thread -- yup, I see oxalate crystals, but CO oxalate i can't document.
Complete thread -- calcium oxalate?
Complete thread -- As far as I know, it is born, not borne... born means "brought into existence"
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- google.com + urinary crystals, will pop right up.
Complete thread -- yep, you are right, I should have googled the generic name (incredients) sm
Complete thread -- dictates "co ax a late" crystals
Complete thread -- I'd say computer mouse is correct. and it would be borne out.
Complete thread -- I read through entire article on Emend on Drugs.com (link) found zip
Complete thread -- NM probably just mispronouncing solvent. Thanks.
Complete thread -- did you see I said I left a blank??
Complete thread -- on a couple things in this paragraph
Complete thread -- Emend is an s/l uh-sol-u-ent that can cause rash. TIA!
Complete thread -- yes, says again later
Complete thread -- I meant with the blank, just as it is.
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- I hope she does not leave d.i.d. though
Complete thread -- I sent with blank...thanks
Complete thread -- with d.i.d. or the blank?
Complete thread -- agree,hear this all the time
Complete thread -- The dash or no dash not a biggy sm
Complete thread -- I would leave it just as you have it.
Complete thread -- thank you so much both of you
Complete thread -- you certainly do NOT need apostrophe in 500s. ?
Complete thread -- yes, make sense, will also hear shear stress; mean the movement across the graft sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would not attempt to guess what he means when it comes to a medication dosage. I would
Complete thread -- shearing
Complete thread -- specific gravity 1.020
Complete thread -- agree, makes sense although not all of us use those terms but docs do
Complete thread -- sharing or shearing of the graft?
Complete thread -- doc is stressing d.i.d. on med list...please SM
Complete thread -- "spec grav ten twenty" is that 10.20 or 10.020 ?
Complete thread -- amps (ampules)
Complete thread -- He is getting IV Zosyn, intermittent *acts* of sodium bicarbonate
Complete thread -- oooooh!!! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- the trapezius is a back muscle
Complete thread -- meaning of "...R-1 to R-2 variation"
Complete thread -- doctor says "back mass" but it seems like on trapezius as per physical exam(sm)
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- yes, makes sense
Complete thread -- anyone????? Maybe even a guess?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- gradually angled .. more tangential path. 4.5 drill bit
Complete thread -- s/l tanjunctional (fracture repair) ALSO ? 4.5 (dictated "four five drill bit")
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- is the word "temporally" correct in this context?
Complete thread -- stratified
Complete thread -- Thanks. I hear more like tractified though. She might just be mispronouncing it. She does
Complete thread -- is classified ? maybe?
Complete thread -- She ___ to a risk level 2, which does not require any exercise restrictions.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I don't have time to search, but I'm guessing it's like a "geographic tongue,"
Complete thread -- Associated chondromalacia acetabular rim with other areas of the aceta ...
Complete thread -- new FDA Velphoro (sucroferric oxyhydroxide) Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) on dialysis
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing sm RAEB-1, defined as having 5% to 9% blasts in the bone marrow
Complete thread -- just guessing read 1 means "reading the results" & may be going for 2nd read, if clear
Complete thread -- RAEB-1
Complete thread -- I believe whaat is meant is "tracking (following) progression of the scolliosis sm ****
Complete thread -- Bone marrow biopsy and aspirate consitent with s/l READ-1 (doc spells out) sm
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- dorsal distal or localized mostly to the first through fifth
Complete thread -- it should be said that there was burning sensation mostly on the dorsa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ...or any nevus or stasis pigmentations.
Complete thread -- ...regaring eczematous skin, or any nevus....
Complete thread -- Patient with scoliosis. s/l max tracks films.
Complete thread -- In regards to other dermatological symptoms or sign, once again other ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- he's saying:
Complete thread -- upon evaluation of the patient’s chief complaint which was mostly loca ...
Complete thread -- yeah. thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- There's woody edema so I suppose they could say woody
Complete thread -- tetracycline
Complete thread -- He was not sure the physician’s name but he was treated in Cedars-Sina ...
Complete thread -- Patient has massive edema on lower and upper extremities, with s/l "wooded" skin. nm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Cedars-Sinai
Complete thread -- Check to see if Ancef and Decadron would be appropriate.
Complete thread -- He was referred to another physician in Los Angeles which the patient ...
Complete thread -- vitrectomy
Complete thread -- so... the proteinuria furnished a critical commentary on the acute interstitial cystitis?
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- Visanne
Complete thread -- I'd say 1-1/4 pounds. Metric measurements use decimals.
Complete thread -- would you type "pound and a quarter" as 1.25 pounds??
Complete thread -- Pt with endometriosis. She may benefit from use of hormones in the form of *Vizan*.
Complete thread -- take a chill pill.
Complete thread -- Hi nm (sm)
Complete thread -- Hi nm -
Complete thread -- I like you ans better NM (#1)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- never mind, had to send in. I made a couple of changes.
Complete thread -- they dont mind and this is what I am used to sooo....
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l annidated might be annotated sm
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- antedated (happened before)
Complete thread -- a guesss/l cantors may be Capsure (lead) sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- not sure how to punctuate the 2nd sentence.
Complete thread -- s/l annidated
Complete thread -- I heard maternal aunt and cousins have IBD
Complete thread -- paternal aunt or maternal aunt?
Complete thread -- catheters?
Complete thread -- I would say it is fine as is...but just my opinion ;)
Complete thread -- Is periumbilical okay here? Or should I change it to periumbilically?
Complete thread -- my acct always states AAMT prefers arabic over written, i.e., 2-3 times a week... 6 weeks
Complete thread -- Mr. Allison
Complete thread -- Medtronic bipolar lead with 2 s /l cantors was advanced and positioned in this vein.
Complete thread -- He has used ____ in the past and agreed to go there.
Complete thread -- thanks! That is what I thought, but wanted to be sure :)
Complete thread -- I'd go with Skin Skribe®
Complete thread -- is it "Skin Scribe" or "Skin Skribe" ?? I find both with thousands of hits on google
Complete thread -- okay... just never heard before
Complete thread -- yes, as opposed to insulin by injection
Complete thread -- doc dictated "Oral-controlled diabetes, reasonably well controlled." in PMH
Complete thread -- That wasn't "advice" at all, just a comment.
Complete thread -- sorry, wav gone already, but sounds like goes with 2 other posts above, VP shunt
Complete thread -- agree, IF IT IS KNOWN & POSITIVE, if not, VERY bad advice
Complete thread -- also called (interchangeable = Waterston's or Sondergaard groove
Complete thread -- agree!
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- aha! Yes, I hear that now! Thank you nm!
Complete thread -- multiple sites
Complete thread -- The only wav there is horrible. Can not hear anything remotely what you have?
Complete thread -- rerecorded clip and added more sentances below...
Complete thread -- Sondergaard's groove
Complete thread -- Im sorry, maybe its just me, but I dont even hear what you have. Could we get the sentenc
Complete thread -- Op: Aortic valve replacement and coronary artery bypass. D: The right atrium was
Complete thread -- There were _____ sites of smooth narrowing of intrahepatic ducts but no mass lesions
Complete thread -- maybe not in the text posted... anyway, impression should be expanded, not an acronym.
Complete thread -- that's what he says. s/l he thought about correcting part of his sentence, but then didn't
Complete thread -- Wow, thanks so much. Every time you think you have heard them all...
Complete thread -- I hear it as you have it. I can't document it, but "had a long going" is a colloquialism.
Complete thread -- wav file. Questioning that 2nd sentence. Am I missing a word or is 1 wrong?
Complete thread -- Clearly is GBM. Don't know what else it would be. but OP has made her decision.
Complete thread -- Not mentioned in text, I'd either flag or list abbrev as dictated
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd say occipital horn is a darn good clue!
Complete thread -- thanks - was not sure if GBM or not
Complete thread -- barium impregnated
Complete thread -- lets see, in the brain, does go with post below VP thingee. S/l marin but?
Complete thread -- GBM Glioblastoma multiforme...
Complete thread -- s/l like impression either GBM or DBM but not know meaning
Complete thread -- difficulty utilizing __________ impregnated ventricular
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: _____
Complete thread -- a guess, a stumble/restart probable just eye cyts? Post wav?
Complete thread -- fistula? ampulla, or
Complete thread -- Never mind! Distichiasis. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- addendum better s/l Schulte valve is a plastic bubble pump placed under the scalp
Complete thread -- Pt with chronic irritation in the left eye
Complete thread -- The real question is whether or not this is part of the _____ ampulla or a separate d
Complete thread -- 2nd s/l Schulte valve. A guess? have to do with hydrocephalus VP shunting
Complete thread -- thank you poi!
Complete thread -- aha! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- it sounds like acid (to me)...which also makes no sense (to me)
Complete thread -- google (in quotes) "acid lesion"
Complete thread -- I just cannot hear that and I am not sure that makes sense... Any other thoughts?
Complete thread -- right - she needs the assist of two people
Complete thread -- which was as I said???
Complete thread -- FUNCTIONAL STATUS: She requires max assist *of 2* for bed mobility.
Complete thread -- prominent lesion within segment VII which was ___ despite some of the
Complete thread -- knowing the procedure might help to determine the blank before valve
Complete thread -- ____ mosquito was placed. ____ valve was (can't get the 2 other words)
Complete thread -- 1. mosquito (clamp) 2nd ______ valve
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- so sorry, posted over your wav
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- pressure high __________ double lumen
Complete thread -- prominent lesion within segment VII which was ___ despite some of the
Complete thread -- tibialis anterior (no comma)
Complete thread -- "sensate thumb" makes sense (means having sensation)
Complete thread -- lots of people say "laying" when they mean "lying" - lying is correct, you should fix it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- consider efface
Complete thread -- "sensate thumb" - she has "sensation" through small finger....?
Complete thread -- . She *has sensate* thumb through small finger bilaterally
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- spellcheck doesn't recognize every word - you have to add it
Complete thread -- thanks - and he actually says laying :)
Complete thread -- E
Complete thread -- e-stim (slang for electrical stimulation) or Astym (brand name)
Complete thread -- nope
Complete thread -- Yes that's it, thanks so much for the help.
Complete thread -- would you cap Medical Service??
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- I would not cap that since he says "the wound care nurse's"
Complete thread -- Bricanyl ?
Complete thread -- cap Wound Care Nurse's in this instance? (as there is a Wound Care Clinic)
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "pre-ka-nol medication for asthma
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- minimization ?
Complete thread -- here is paragraph
Complete thread -- why doesn't spellcheck like "minimalization"? Is it acceptable word?
Complete thread -- include *bee* stim, ultrasound
Complete thread -- lying position (not laying)
Complete thread -- perhaps seal?
Complete thread -- guess it could make sense -secure from liability to harm, injury, danger, or risk
Complete thread -- gastroc (short for gastrocnemius), soleus (some put gastrocsoleus, but that's not correct)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- I don't see any need for a hyphen?
Complete thread -- hamstrings, *gastro accelerators*, tibialis, anterior and extensor hallucis longus.
Complete thread -- This is how I do it. Some accounts, that first comma is optional, as it is a small phrase
Complete thread -- sm plse, s/l "safe" the defect?
Complete thread -- unsure if a comma or hyphen is needed.
Complete thread -- typically a 14-year-old should be around a Tanner III, so unless there are any
Complete thread -- delayed puberty?
Complete thread -- 14-year-old male patient. Doctor dictated in physical exam:
Complete thread -- comes up on Google
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- www.google.com/#q=arthrosepsis
Complete thread -- I couldn't find in archives either before I posted ;)
Complete thread -- I could've sworn we just talked about this recently, but can't find in archives.
Complete thread -- mV not EB
Complete thread -- arthrosepsis?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- It is odd. I'm changing to stocking.
Complete thread -- that's how I understand it - hyphen everything except metric measures.
Complete thread -- "stocking distribution" is a common phrase, not "stockinette" tho', far as I know.
Complete thread -- maybe he means in a small distribution? Odd.
Complete thread -- I do with inch and degree depending on the sentence. None with cm, mm. Correct
Complete thread -- Is MD misspeaking? " .. with diminished sensation in a stockinette distribution."
Complete thread -- inch, degree, Vicryl, etc. ? no cm, mm, etc.?
Complete thread -- so only hyphen with inch then?
Complete thread -- I have no idea what that sentence means.
Complete thread -- keyhole punch
Complete thread -- keel punch
Complete thread -- No -- these days, the rule is no hyphen with metrics (mm)
Complete thread -- according to the post below, no hyphens on metric measurements.
Complete thread -- we need more info - what symptoms are being treated/helped?
Complete thread -- verbatim acct
Complete thread -- no caps. I'd add "the" (if allowed). (If it was just "Anesthesia" w/o "provider", it'd
Complete thread -- should there be hyphens after any of these numbers??
Complete thread -- cap or not cap Anesthesia?? in this? or Anesthesia Provider? or no caps at all?
Complete thread -- She states the removable<ellinon> *soundslike pad I've made f ...
Complete thread -- Surgical bed had energy 9 EB delivered. Is EB capitalized?
Complete thread -- knee surgery: The pilot guide was placed in the tibial tray after which drilling dow
Complete thread -- I'd use were because used in that way it means results were normal.
Complete thread -- cytogenetics were/was normal. Which is the correct one?thanks.
Complete thread -- I went back a couple of times too. I also wanted to make sure I heard it. :)
Complete thread -- packed red blood cells
Complete thread -- I had no idea. Thanks so much for that info!
Complete thread -- start IV fluids, transfusion, *para blood cell*. Consider hematology evaluation
Complete thread -- I had heard oophorectomy but did not want to lead on. Now I clearly
Complete thread -- 2012. Salpingo-oophrectomy
Complete thread -- oophorectomy.
Complete thread -- They USED to want it there, but per SI convention and metric standards, no intervening
Complete thread -- Laparoscopic _____phorectomy in 2013
Complete thread -- Thank you very much! I though hyphen belongs there with noun following.
Complete thread -- by the anesthesiologist there
Complete thread -- a 4.5 cm aneurysmal dilatation, descending thoracic aneurysm is correct
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- no hyphen between 4.5 and cm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Please check if sentence sounds correct. Thank you.
Complete thread -- She has been evaluated by me and ______there. (poor audio quality)
Complete thread -- The mitral valve ____ is normal.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- migratory polyarthritis
Complete thread -- She had ____ arthritis and carditis.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- googled comma as well as and came up with:
Complete thread -- Not sure, but I will go with that and highlight, thanks
Complete thread -- Illness Intrusiveness Rating Scale ?
Complete thread -- well, okay then, but i'm not right if that is the case.
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l IIRS?
Complete thread -- i think you are right.thank you,but it means principal investigator
Complete thread -- PI as in private detective?
Complete thread -- he is also a local s/l py or dy for a clinical investigative project which is worldwi
Complete thread -- question about commas before "as well as." Are the first and last sentences punctuat
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- implemented the use of the ClearPoint system for intraoperative MRI-gu ...
Complete thread -- has not been riding others' coattails
Complete thread -- riding other people's coat tails
Complete thread -- It is notable that Dr. xxx is the lead investigator and writer on the ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- implemented the use of the ____for intraoperative MRI-guided insertio ...
Complete thread -- dependent rubor; flexor
Complete thread -- dependent rubor...flexor.
Complete thread -- Straight leg raise in both legs is negative to 90 degrees bilaterall ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- troublesome. This is also true of tinnitus in the left ear. ??
Complete thread -- this doctor driving me crazy.why cant'; he slur less.must me makign a dollar an hour
Complete thread -- somewhat compounded?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l circumfalled
Complete thread -- think i have it - subsumed
Complete thread -- s/l sub-sooned? plse sm
Complete thread -- nuc (nuclear medicine) ?
Complete thread -- It was advised the patient to undergo PET or [nuc/nuke] - s/l
Complete thread -- overt cerebral?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- reactive to
Complete thread -- inflammatory in nature and _______ the chronic impingement
Complete thread -- An MRI on November 3, 2013 showed the maximum tumor diameter to be 12 ...
Complete thread -- Seebri ® Breezhaler ® i
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- maximal assist
Complete thread -- found a Mark Gudesblatt, MD, in NY
Complete thread -- referring doctor in NJ/NY
Complete thread -- He is now able to walk with one person ____ and can transfer from his right upper ext
Complete thread -- I'm not finding anything, so will QA it - TY.
Complete thread -- anticholinergic such as Spiriva or s/l "Seebree"
Complete thread -- maybe not hearing the test name; there is PaO2, pCO2 sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could align midline ?
Complete thread -- combining sutures with an extended columnar strut ? graft?
Complete thread -- osteotomies and ______ sutures with an extended ________ graft placed.
Complete thread -- is it 7 mm or 12 mm? I hear 7??
Complete thread -- mucoperichondrial ___________ midline and the nasal
Complete thread -- steroid nasal sprays not sterile....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 3rd s/l is hump. It IS strut as ltt said. 1st s/ldid sound like marco, but prob meant
Complete thread -- 3rd "to decrease the lower cartilagenous septal and upper lateral humps"
Complete thread -- 2nd blank is rhinion. Last word I think is strut, not strip
Complete thread -- Sorry, please ignore s/l
Complete thread -- s/l marco incision
Complete thread -- osseous nasal septum
Complete thread -- Two ?s
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- very fast but s/l maybe "gentleman with rectal bleed; etiologies which would include..."
Complete thread -- rectal etiologies?
Complete thread -- gentleman with _____ etiology
Complete thread -- I'm having the same issues with IE10- how do i go back to 8?
Complete thread -- I know I could not see the rest of the post with IE10. I had to roll that back to 8. You
Complete thread -- This one has IE10 on it, so that might be the problem.
Complete thread -- I had problems with my first new computer. It went back with sound problems.
Complete thread -- I tried to listen, but this new computer (my 2nd in 3 months) is giving me trouble on
Complete thread -- Sent in with flag. thanks
Complete thread -- WAV file, patient in for shortness of breath and chest pain, but seems muscle
Complete thread -- Don't worry about this. I have another blank where I think he just left a word out, so
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- 2nd s/l: clopidogrel?
Complete thread -- atropine (see link)
Complete thread -- Also s/l aritopine or Ritopine
Complete thread -- Sm Patient has UTI and infectious gastroenteritis
Complete thread -- gait disorder makes more sense ...
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- I know you would hyphenate 2-story home, but what about 2 story
Complete thread -- lumbar spinal stenosis with s/l grade disorder make sense?
Complete thread -- yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- B2 or D2 ??
Complete thread -- how about "due to a tenuous IV status..." makes more sense...
Complete thread -- s/l tenuous ?? ten-you-us
Complete thread -- *D2* injection
Complete thread -- no cap on azithromycin, it is generic for Zithromax - maybe he is saying
Complete thread -- I would flag both since one is no doubt the pO2 and you don't want to guess.
Complete thread -- he says PCO2 twice
Complete thread -- sorry, ignore the "and" after azithromycin
Complete thread -- s/l zen-levaquin??
Complete thread -- If you haven't already been, you should try this board (see link).
Complete thread -- One trick I use is to change the accent on the syllables.
Complete thread -- does anyone have an opinion about M-Modal...good or bad?
Complete thread -- I think they're saying the same thing. You can infer from first that goal is because pt is
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- the second one
Complete thread -- all I can get is scarring. medical/functional outcome? The first one sounds like "bluing
Complete thread -- nevermind, see it below
Complete thread -- give us what you do have please.
Complete thread -- which sentence makes more sense?
Complete thread -- Pt with hyperhidrosis - mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Pt with axillary hyperhidrosis...
Complete thread -- I usually hear dimensions rather than diameter.
Complete thread -- AP, transverse, and craniocaudad
Complete thread -- yes (craniocaudad-top to bottom measurement)
Complete thread -- s/l AP head transverse CC diameter - does that make sense?
Complete thread -- each then pack ? what was pack (packed? tacked?) tacked at multiple points??
Complete thread -- you need to post more information for us to help you. see rules above
Complete thread -- evacuated (as in evacuated the saline)
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- evaluated?
Complete thread -- Hi, it sound like evaluate. He is saying, "This is where each then ...
Complete thread -- is there a sound file? What does it sound like? Sentences.
Complete thread -- I would follow the BOS guide for *ranges* as I posted
Complete thread -- please give the full sentence, and one before and after
Complete thread -- Word help.
Complete thread -- but I am referring to the "s" on the end 120s meaning any number in 120 range etc.
Complete thread -- She usually goes to bed around 8 to 11. She usually gets up on weekends.
Complete thread -- here is what BOS 2 says
Complete thread -- what kind of exam? what does it sound like? hypermetabolic?
Complete thread -- blood clot?
Complete thread -- is this correct? I saw in a report BP typed as 120s/70s to 120s/80s
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l... Be-lux-ode.... sm
Complete thread -- See message. I had found these suggestions on another forum.
Complete thread -- anyone have any tricks to becoming better with ESL?
Complete thread -- NM. Bacitracin.
Complete thread -- wound irrigated with s/l bas-trin irrigation. TIA!
Complete thread -- and we have placed the Vicodin in the s/lshort container...thanks ...
Complete thread -- prominent hyper* bone marrow signal...thanks ...
Complete thread -- hmmm I'll listen to it again...Thanks :) ...
Complete thread -- maybe means Icy(Hot) medicated patches?
Complete thread -- pain-relief patches dictated s/l IC patches? ...she has tried PT, chir ...
Complete thread -- myself, I live in a state of confusion
Complete thread -- slow-distorted wave; but, I agree with Poi, sounds like Lindey's (sp)
Complete thread -- Gore-Tex
Complete thread -- 0 Gore-Tex (suture)
Complete thread -- Gore-Tex
Complete thread -- He certainly pronounces things strangely...maybe "low-dose."
Complete thread -- Possibly "___-dose" prednisolone
Complete thread -- sounds like he is stating a name. Lindey's, Mindy's? Could
Complete thread -- He wisely took ____ prednisolone and is partially opening up now.
Complete thread -- thank you nm!
Complete thread -- I think so
Complete thread -- She is telling me she is (?living in a state of denial)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- listen for Januvia
Complete thread -- med s/l straduvia
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- ureters might be correct
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- you're very welcome (I *wish* I was incredible!)
Complete thread -- ? ureters
Complete thread -- WOW! NM you are incredible! THANK YOU!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l uterus
Complete thread -- in relation to torsades de pointes
Complete thread -- if there are concerns about potential risk issues in relation to a _____, I plan to f
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. Said again later.
Complete thread -- Anusol
Complete thread -- St. Jude Medical
Complete thread -- omeprazole?
Complete thread -- permanent pacemaker (_____ medical).
Complete thread -- patient with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoporosis
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- thank you!! :) new doctor, new acct... and I feel I will be posting many +wav during this
Complete thread -- accelerated
Complete thread -- ____ hypertension
Complete thread -- that is what it sounded like :( new acct and new doc for me yay!
Complete thread -- evidently?
Complete thread -- hallucinating after ____ yesterday?
Complete thread -- 1st s/l effer-ently
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l by weigh anchors
Complete thread -- but "thickened fluids" require saline aspiration.
Complete thread -- silent?
Complete thread -- maybe i'm just tired - i should know this . . . .
Complete thread -- ..the optic nerve is very t or p____ly excavated. Thanks ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much - bookmarked it for future reference. nm
Complete thread -- there it is
Complete thread -- Link wouldn't post but lemme try again.
Complete thread -- It had this on that page too: (SM)
Complete thread -- That's it - thank you!! I came up with nothing on Google - would you mind sharing the
Complete thread -- I googled anasarca decreased pressure and came up with oncotic -
Complete thread -- try decreased oncotic pressure (?)
Complete thread -- Anasarca most likely from decreased
Complete thread -- (it was "this year")
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks (I think his ovega pannis, may be Los Vegas - and shud be Los Angeles)!
Complete thread -- thanks, I have several blanks for this doc, with non-standard terminology, will flag
Complete thread -- for your "RC" I found: High-risk EV were defined as F2 and/or RC2 and above.
Complete thread -- I'm looking, and so far all I see is F2 is correct.
Complete thread -- Esophageal varices consistent with s/l "F2 LMRC plus ovega pannis" classification.
Complete thread -- s/l deezeer or DCR, just can't get it, but thanks for the suggestions!
Complete thread -- stage III??
Complete thread -- history of ? hee-story?
Complete thread -- P.S. Hispanic accent
Complete thread -- I wouldn't...generic form. ?
Complete thread -- stumped on accent, sm please
Complete thread -- would you cap this? Adult Health Questionnaire
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Got it right before sending it in - Ichthyosis
Complete thread -- You were right - Fish and Game Wildlife Bureau
Complete thread -- I answered this below (SM)
Complete thread -- okay, thanks. I knew about Fish and Wildlife, but not about Fish and Game :)
Complete thread -- Fish and Game.
Complete thread -- I would. It is a federal department.
Complete thread -- doc says patient worked "fish and game" in social history. Would you cap that?
Complete thread -- I do not believe for is in there - chlorthalidone
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She continues to take atenolol for __and Vytorin.
Complete thread -- could not make out what came before
Complete thread -- i thought i was mishearing test t
Complete thread -- wav again, thanks
Complete thread -- VATS and chest tube placement
Complete thread -- PSHx: History of partial gastrectomy, history of fluoroscopy with ____(0:06:33.0) pl
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- mediastinal lymphadenopathy
Complete thread -- He is a 62-year-old male with a past medical history is significant fo ...
Complete thread -- The reason I questioned is he always - Congestive heart failure. The patient type of the
Complete thread -- Thanks. I should have waited. Sent it on.
Complete thread -- all I hear is No. 1, (stutter) He will be .... (i would not comma after breath expressed
Complete thread -- Flagging these 2 as they are a stat report. Thanks
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks
Complete thread -- wav file. I have about 3 words that seem iffy here.
Complete thread -- drop the comma after however, like this
Complete thread -- okay thanks!
Complete thread -- I would do it exactly like you did it.
Complete thread -- is this typed right? would you use "?", would you quote?
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- this is hard to do correctly without adding a word. SM
Complete thread -- I always struggle with "however" SM
Complete thread -- You are very welcome and Happy Thanksgiving to you too.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks! and Happy Turkey Day! :)
Complete thread -- correctamundo
Complete thread -- year to year and a half? no hyphens right?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...testis so it would nicely reach the scrotum? OF note...
Complete thread -- testis (allowing to?).. nicely reach the scrotum
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ascent??
Complete thread -- I _____ nicely with the scrotum
Complete thread -- scarring, atrophy, ________, and the possible
Complete thread -- agree. A lot of dictators go way to far in short-speak terms
Complete thread -- interesting article.! Surprised the opposite breast is not protected tho.
Complete thread -- Don't use slang. Expand if you can. If not, then I'd use chole. ugh
Complete thread -- slang for cholecystectomy? chole? choly? choley? Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yes (see link)
Complete thread -- think I got it, periorbital. looking at images helped.
Complete thread -- radiation oncology port films
Complete thread -- same thing again on redictation (see post below); I can't catch the first one.
Complete thread -- never mind, he cut it off and is going to redictate, so blanks he gets.
Complete thread -- patient with spine wound, OP for I&D and lumbar fasciotomies
Complete thread -- I think either would work, not a biggy
Complete thread -- I think either would work, not a biggy
Complete thread -- perhaps slurring OPSG is OP (outpatient) PSG (a 23 hr OP admit)
Complete thread -- proabaly meant to write fuzzy feeling, not feeding????
Complete thread -- will go with OFF. ...
Complete thread -- This gave nice visualization of the large anterior spur *off/of* the t ...
Complete thread -- outpatient maybe?
Complete thread -- or SpO2, not sure. check.
Complete thread -- other one SPO2?
Complete thread -- Usually PSG is polysomnography/gram. Not sure what O is.
Complete thread -- Sleep apnea
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- I think this one deserves a big fat blank.
Complete thread -- maybe do plantar/dorsal flexion if it is verbatim
Complete thread -- plantar (flexion) and dorsal flexion (2 different things?) rest seems okay.
Complete thread -- oh, ok.. She is abbreviating a little. Thanks. That validates it for me.
Complete thread -- Ahh..I found secundigravida?
Complete thread -- does this look right?? he ran it all together =/
Complete thread -- Can you hear primigravida?
Complete thread -- That might be it because I actually heard fuzzy first before fussy, lmao
Complete thread -- :-) Anyone hear fuzzy feeling?
Complete thread -- A 36-week 3-day ? secunda induced
Complete thread -- probably "blahblah" is what I hear/don't hear
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- enthesopathy?
Complete thread -- s/l a-sin-opathy or es-sin-opathy
Complete thread -- lol Not sure why he would have an EEG for a fussy feeding
Complete thread -- fussy feeding?, but
Complete thread -- The patient has had a ____.
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- tubal? tubal ligation
Complete thread -- Plastic surgery assessment..
Complete thread -- does he mean "first pregnancy" here?
Complete thread -- Oh man....claw toe deformity.
Complete thread -- s/l kow-a-to deformity of toes
Complete thread -- I was just sending, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- shortness of breath (what i hear)
Complete thread -- it's a pretty slurry "shortness of breath" I think.
Complete thread -- sending on, thanks
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- "age of" or "EGA of" 6 weeks?
Complete thread -- unsure... does not really sound like it. Thinking I am going to flag. Thanks!
Complete thread -- silica? psyllium? cement? can't think of what s/l your s/l
Complete thread -- cedar dust?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- anyone have any guess?
Complete thread -- Her G1 was a missed abortion of "8 on 6 weeks" with no D&C.
Complete thread -- AA EE does not sound like a "size" to me.
Complete thread -- try googling that acronym with words like orthotics and perhaps the city/town name
Complete thread -- It's AAEE....acronym
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- again, account preference, like with the one-quarter vs 1/4 below.
Complete thread -- s/l seas-ored
Complete thread -- 1st or first dorsal?? I have seen
Complete thread -- (part of #1) gonadal shielding
Complete thread -- first one, not sure "and pain with pressing the ....??"
Complete thread -- I'm never in the mood to work. I just do it because I know I have to.
Complete thread -- iliac apophyses
Complete thread -- I'd say it is an account preference - QA corrected my one-half to 1/2.
Complete thread -- atenolol, chlorthalidone, and Vytorin.
Complete thread -- The iliac apophyses have fused.
Complete thread -- vertebral anomaly
Complete thread -- I'd spell it out. (curious, was it dictated one-quarter or one-fourth?
Complete thread -- there is no correct spelling since it ain't a word. Recast if you can, if verbatim you
Complete thread -- one-quarter range of motion or 1/4 range of motion (physical therapy)
Complete thread -- s/l double A double E?? Actual size or provider??
Complete thread -- She continues to take atenolol for __and Vytorin.
Complete thread -- Sorry I wasn't clear. She's saying piecey, that it's in pieces. I dont' know how to spell
Complete thread -- greasy?
Complete thread -- smelly? Give us a little context. Is it a child? What other symptoms?
Complete thread -- Ah! My hero! that is exactly it!
Complete thread -- maybe saying "bi- to tri-lobar" area (I'd transcribe as bilobar-to-trilobar)
Complete thread -- her stools are very piecy or piecey?
Complete thread -- she does not sound like she is trying to change what she is saying, sounds like
Complete thread -- COMMENTS: AP and lateral erect views of the thoracic spine were obtai ...
Complete thread -- it would be delay if there's no word following it
Complete thread -- semicolon only if you dropped the "and"
Complete thread -- Jango radio, keeps the boredom away.
Complete thread -- It's crappy any way you look at it!
Complete thread -- thinking of how crappy your next pay will be should be a little incentive to get you more
Complete thread -- I've never seen Santa Claus, but it doesn't mean he doesn't
Complete thread -- that only gets me in the mood to pee.
Complete thread -- lotsa coffee
Complete thread -- Wish I knew. I come to this site and try to help with questions, but sure doesn't get me
Complete thread -- how do you get yourself in the mood to work when you're really just not?
Complete thread -- you forgot ... and it includes
Complete thread -- giggle
Complete thread -- Changed my search to Plymouth. that worked
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- more info SM
Complete thread -- I think I might have found it - Dr. Purimetla
Complete thread -- Couldn't hear either of those words. Thanks for the suggestions though
Complete thread -- Wav, this is a doctors name I can't figure even figure if he is saying 1 name or both
Complete thread -- *sigh*
Complete thread -- Sorry, I just flagged. Could not find on Google search, in archives, etc. Thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- some context might be helpful
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link - I went ahead and snagged the pdf, looks good.
Complete thread -- Didn't find it, but does not mean it dose not exist. Suggest, wait a few
Complete thread -- orifices?
Complete thread -- might be oropharyx sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- (by the way, I'd highly recommend saving a copy of the above .pdf while the
Complete thread -- has multiple myeloma. Her last light chains were still elevated
Complete thread -- I'm a comma lover, but I'd only use just one here, before "and"
Complete thread -- Bilateral T basal crackles. Does this sound right?
Complete thread -- has multiple myeloma ____ elevated blood
Complete thread -- Pt with sore throat. The tonsillar s/l oar rixes are quite red TIA
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- guess (wav gone) vascular "AV" fistula. 3 types for hemodialysis access sm
Complete thread -- I'd use semicolon program; and, therefore, ....
Complete thread -- did you even understand the question? OP hears "delayED" which needs an object.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Tylenol?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- At home include ______, Augmentin, vitamin C
Complete thread -- good find. Looks like it is made by 3M.
Complete thread -- . He has a vascular ____ fistula and also
Complete thread -- I knew it had to be that but it sounded so much like thuhe
Complete thread -- I wondered. Slapping now.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- belly. Go ahead and slap your forehead.
Complete thread -- Wav, I think this is going to be one of those - slap the forehead moments
Complete thread -- saying "pyelo"?
Complete thread -- I would put one after program in addition.
Complete thread -- Aha. I found it! He's saying "THOUSAND". But I think you type it "1000".
Complete thread -- Actually, it sounds more like "Th-al-us" drape. Still can't find it!
Complete thread -- my take is, it IS probably okay, it is imaging study so maybe delayed
Complete thread -- Surgical Drape?
Complete thread -- comma help/question please.
Complete thread -- partial was gonna be my best guess.
Complete thread -- can't think of anything too close -- hemi? partial? abdominal? unilateral?
Complete thread -- addendum I meant Tenon's (capsule) not sure how much on your dictation
Complete thread -- sounds like eye surgery so it would be (Tenon's capsule)sm
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Houle or howl or howell nephrectomy?
Complete thread -- moist lap - yeah. Lois beat me to it. (and I thought I was such a genius for figuring it
Complete thread -- moist lap (laparotomy sponge)
Complete thread -- tendons?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- cleared of all clots and debris using a *my slap*. The bladder blade
Complete thread -- tendon sheaths and *tennons*
Complete thread -- the specimen was hemolyzed and so we had to repeat his potassium.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- potassium ____ potassium
Complete thread -- offending nail borders
Complete thread -- awake and alert, following commands
Complete thread -- spectroscopy demonstrates a delay.i think i hear delayed,ut he puts no object
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Mandarin
Complete thread -- fiducials
Complete thread -- On examination, he is awake and alert following commands. He speaks _ ...
Complete thread -- She had an MRI of the knee which demonstrated an 8 mm enhancing nodule ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- cervical chain, all reported as NORMAL
Complete thread -- palpable lymph nodes in teh ____, all reported as negative
Complete thread -- Fungal nails were debrided with the s/pfending nail borders removed. T ...
Complete thread -- seems like it on google..
Complete thread -- glimepiride
Complete thread -- Zyprexa for nausea and vomiting, 5 mg p.o. q.h.s. Is this drug right?
Complete thread -- Should "probably combined with cataract surgery" be in commas?
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Lipitor, Niaspan, ramipril, ____, and metoprolol.
Complete thread -- We reviewed the x-ray that he brought with him, AP, lateral and obliqu ...
Complete thread -- I'd be able to add "and a," but if needing to be as verbatim as possible,
Complete thread -- I would drop the comma after however
Complete thread -- A 31-year-old male with lymphyadenopathy and hepatosplenomegaly, however, no plsm
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- what is your s/l? negative 10 degree?
Complete thread -- Under exam:
Complete thread -- yep, isn't she just a tad old for breast feeding with all those teeth?
Complete thread -- lansoprazol?ck my spelling I'm on a kindle...not sure of dose too
Complete thread -- Medication s/l lisetaprazasol 30 mg one capsule daily
Complete thread -- That could be it, she has a few other issues. TY!
Complete thread -- oh! okay... thank you!
Complete thread -- When you put that in google it comes up with...
Complete thread -- anyone have any guesses what he might have meant?
Complete thread -- wondered about that too. Thank you. I came back to say I flagged it.
Complete thread -- There is Dulera, but that is for breathing problems (bronchodilator)
Complete thread -- To me it sounds like some sort of conversion, i.e. 8:2 (sorry)
Complete thread -- List of meds: s/l Dellara
Complete thread -- s/l recruitment??
Complete thread -- :) Never mind. Cystic mass. nm
Complete thread -- Ovarian CA, pt with 10 x 9 x 9 s/l "stick" mass in abdomen. ? nm
Complete thread -- dictates: NovoMix thirty eight to two, two units subcu b.i.d sm pl
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You kind of have to type exactly what they say here, even
Complete thread -- totally
Complete thread -- plural or singular?
Complete thread -- agree w/bb - big diff between ten and tens
Complete thread -- but that destroys the meaning SM
Complete thread -- I finally got it, hospital-acquired pneumonia. Should have mentioned it is an ESL.
Complete thread -- I would do, ambulatiing ten(not S) not hundreds of feet
Complete thread -- PCP is Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia but you know that and does not sound much like your
Complete thread -- Could you possibly have 2 diagnoses? Ulcerative colitis and pneumonia?
Complete thread -- drained EIC steadily?
Complete thread -- only way I see is to add words. 'at which point per Mom ... Joyce), he has been
Complete thread -- wow. So the lactation nurse is feeding. :)
Complete thread -- I believe per BoS, those need spelling out
Complete thread -- How would you fix up this sentence?
Complete thread -- he calls it PCP pneumonia elsewhere in the report. I still don't know what the s/l is.
Complete thread -- that is what I thought too... thanks!
Complete thread -- Next diagnosis s/l ulcer dogquite pneumonia
Complete thread -- "we" so just provide the answer
Complete thread -- I would use words
Complete thread -- I'd write out, see what others think.
Complete thread -- arabic numbers or write out in words?
Complete thread -- there is no name... this is clinic note. EIC is epidermal inclusion cyst
Complete thread -- Amazing! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- what is name of procedure.. Must be some type of bacteria
Complete thread -- I was thinking along the lines of sanguineous/serosanguineous but can't make it s/l sandy
Complete thread -- I wouldn't assume that, I would leave a blank after trace
Complete thread -- prayer
Complete thread -- halen test ___test and reverse Phalen__test are both negative bilaterally.
Complete thread -- can I upload a wav or will you wait for someone else?
Complete thread -- might be - trace regurgitation or mitral reguritation, did not hear wav tho
Complete thread -- I can't think of anything that sounds like "sandy" that would fit there.
Complete thread -- you probably need to refresh the page
Complete thread -- I hear hydrochloride, but maybe just wait for another ear.
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Trileptal, _____, Lipitor, and Aciphex.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think you're right that she changed her mind.
Complete thread -- either sound cuts out "There is trace...period" or she changed her mind and went to I
Complete thread -- There is no evidence of mitral valve prolapse _______.
Complete thread -- either that, or one of the syllables is getting "swallowed"
Complete thread -- classic EIC "sandy"??
Complete thread -- Thanks, I was leaning towards that same idea.
Complete thread -- I agree, the definition of lumbago didn't tell you if you needed or comma or not.
Complete thread -- So, I need a comma?
Complete thread -- already determined. nor did I use it.
Complete thread -- sure lumbago is nothing more than pain in the low back usually caused by strain.
Complete thread -- Diagnosis was lumbago lumbar sprain/strain. (Do I need comma after lumbago?)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Thx
Complete thread -- Yes, I found...
Complete thread -- achondroplastic
Complete thread -- that's what I hear, too
Complete thread -- jocularly -- in a joking manner
Complete thread -- Dwarfism S/L
Complete thread -- looks great to me
Complete thread -- Correct punctuation?
Complete thread -- her boyfriend but patient _____ claims that is all fine now.
Complete thread -- the hyphen is wrong, though
Complete thread -- 1) diet 2) exercise 3) healthy, active lifestyle are encouraged
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the kind answers below (with the post of defering vs referring and the wav
Complete thread -- I don't see any "basic' grammar in what you say. The dictation is as it is
Complete thread -- please disregard
Complete thread -- We decorticated the distal radius and applied the s/l roh-suv-ee-um plate.
Complete thread -- seens fune to you? I can seen you don't proofread.
Complete thread -- It's basic grammar. I can't help you if you don't understand it.
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Sutent
Complete thread -- that makes no sense
Complete thread -- doc recommends 3 items. ``
Complete thread -- s/l student 12.5 mg tablets
Complete thread -- forage (drilling)
Complete thread -- Maybe. I listened through the whole report and 3 times he clearly says farage.
Complete thread -- lavage?
Complete thread -- Ankle OCD s/l farage
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I wouldn't cap it.
Complete thread -- should the 2nd police academy be capped?
Complete thread -- nevermind, that is correct
Complete thread -- excuse me, that should be "healthy is encouraged" not "recommended"
Complete thread -- w/o the "and," it breaks down to "healthy is recommended" - wrong.
Complete thread -- s/l entrain?
Complete thread -- : )
Complete thread -- I see what you mean
Complete thread -- no "and" required whatsoever: healthy, active lifestyle
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- sufficient size for treatment, made sense to me when I made the suggestion after
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- follow your account specs, our opinion there is moot.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Double-J stent
Complete thread -- okay, did not know being it is verbatim and sometimes they delete my "and"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Diet, exercise, and a healthy, active lifestyle
Complete thread -- removed and _____ the bladder.
Complete thread -- I'd say you need an "and" in there before "healthy" otherwise inconsistent list.
Complete thread -- account preference only
Complete thread -- okay thanks!
Complete thread -- comma. healthy lifestyle and active lifestyle not a healthy-active lifestyle.
Complete thread -- wouldn't this be hyphenated? I ask because I had hyphenated and QA changed to comma
Complete thread -- a hard substance used in building made by mixing cement, sand, small stones, and water.
Complete thread -- Never mind! I think what I have is fine. Thanks!
Complete thread -- saucerized cup?
Complete thread -- trite refers to a remark or an idea - not a concrete thing
Complete thread -- I had found that - what I was looking for and thought was in the BOS was why one would
Complete thread -- : (
Complete thread -- ....from the spine AND the umbilicus
Complete thread -- My "problem" is clearly stated. One person constantly saying things like that everytime
Complete thread -- we placed (two)...four anchoring sutures...
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- we used a 10 by 15 cm Ethicon Physiomesh...
Complete thread -- please stop defining everything -- you are annoying.
Complete thread -- multiple ?s
Complete thread -- that wouldn't make sense. Suggest official area or visual area
Complete thread -- almost turkey time people. Pizza Hut CEO lost job because he would not sm
Complete thread -- we understand that - he says something more after that
Complete thread -- ahh ha, I think you got it! distance from umbilicus to anterior superior iliac spine sm
Complete thread -- wow - that was totally unnecessary. What is your problem?
Complete thread -- it is on page 318 in 2nd edition and pages 175-176 in 3rd Ed
Complete thread -- if you despise the BoS that much that you have to say untrue stuff all the time, I'd
Complete thread -- The BoS has BOTH and always has. Depends on accounts, either WBCs or wbc's IN BoS 3rd p
Complete thread -- trite (as heard by o a o m p p) might mean of little importance in this context
Complete thread -- might listen for brachiocephalic, brachiobasilic, or brachial artery-to-median sm
Complete thread -- suggestion, slow down on your end to a "crawl" & relisten. Too garbled for me
Complete thread -- sufficient area?
Complete thread -- I am thinking he means the probiotic in this case. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- No formal therapy just means did not prescribe meds, surgery, radiation therapy sm
Complete thread -- very well may be Align but may have just added in A-line into med list in error??
Complete thread -- spine of the iliac?
Complete thread -- the first deferred is fine - the second is not
Complete thread -- no - it should be was referred to Dr. Bradley
Complete thread -- okay, thanks! sheesh!
Complete thread -- ?Align (probiotic)
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- not sure if this is separate? are 10 and 11 the same or what is 11 talking about?
Complete thread -- I tried. Sounded like trite.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! I am that way with semicolons! ;)
Complete thread -- no form of therapy ____. She has a large abdominal
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I would, but that doesn't mean it is "right"... I might just be a
Complete thread -- that was mine too. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I like #2 but that is just personal preference.
Complete thread -- PS, I do not have my BOS 2 anymore and could find it in there. Cannot find it in BOS 3
Complete thread -- If it is upper case, WBCs is correct. If you use lower case, wbc's is correct
Complete thread -- unable to tell if 2 sentences or 1 at end...as doc does not take a breath. SM
Complete thread -- right upper arm AV access _____ area. She is being placed on
Complete thread -- would you use quotes around "the evils of bacon." ??? or leave as I have it below?
Complete thread -- I think it's the BOS. New rules all the time.
Complete thread -- with small _____ subcoracoid bursal
Complete thread -- nondisplaced distal fibula fracture
Complete thread -- so, I get a report back from QA, that WBCs is wrong, should be wbc's? What the???
Complete thread -- Thanks. that is basically what I did. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- transperitoneally (didn't listen tho, going back to be, not ready to be awake) sm
Complete thread -- s/l spine of the umbilicus
Complete thread -- If I am reading right, I would go as such sm
Complete thread -- maybe meant triple the normal white count value? normal ism
Complete thread -- right _________ transperotineally
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- makes sense to me (biker or bike - no biggy either way sm
Complete thread -- Going with the way it is. Did not realize how short this note was!
Complete thread -- Which sentence would make most sense for the right to go with? He gives the same
Complete thread -- yes, it does. Just means put off further action (medical treatment) to so and so
Complete thread -- seens fune to me ( pan meaning "all") you can seen he was very thorough, sm
Complete thread -- yes, makes sensse to me. sm why collaterals & tortuous
Complete thread -- Sorry, don't know why I wrote wav!
Complete thread -- Does cord make sense here?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear "taking stairs."
Complete thread -- Doryx?
Complete thread -- suspected inguinal hernia - doctor is ESL
Complete thread -- for acne, teenaged boy
Complete thread -- does it make sense the "patient defered to Dr. Bradley" in this context?
Complete thread -- I am also not sure if I hear the "beam" part, but again cant say
Complete thread -- pain in hip and groin. It is worse with bending, walking and ____ stairs
Complete thread -- I think it is of "this amount", but I just confirm in context to make sure.
Complete thread -- The beam because of ____(0:01:21.8), she is afraid she is going to fall on her face a
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l biker
Complete thread -- s/l bow
Complete thread -- She is spending two months' vacation in ....(months'..ok?)
Complete thread -- s/l, sent a blank, thanks for your response.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- neutrophil.
Complete thread -- High WBC is due to elevated s/l triple count suggesting bacterial infection.
Complete thread -- TB
Complete thread -- ahhh..thanks :) ...
Complete thread -- well, I looked it up on Google, and look what I found.
Complete thread -- difficulty with thought process, s/lCOURSE constipation, mood changes. ...
Complete thread -- Ah thank you!! ...
Complete thread -- uterosacral
Complete thread -- GYN
Complete thread -- how about: no CK/lordosis (as in cervical kyphosis)
Complete thread -- I would say since she didn't say it exactly as the box reads, she was just wanting
Complete thread -- never mind. Found it ...
Complete thread -- oops..sorry 'her wet mount was positive for s/l 'hyphy'
Complete thread -- patient with vaginal yeast infections...
Complete thread -- okay (otay)
Complete thread -- Thanks. You would take out the quotes even though she specifically said to put spit up in
Complete thread -- exactly like you have it, w/o quotes.
Complete thread -- Never mind, I see there's a Similac For Spit-Up formula. Wondering how to transcribe that
Complete thread -- Does this make sense to anyone?
Complete thread -- we all listened and heard C K
Complete thread -- Was gonna give this one a listen too, but it is also gone LOL
Complete thread -- I know its late. I was gonna give it an ear, but mp3 is gone.
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- oops, sorry. Sometimes K can sound like T, fyi.
Complete thread -- pay no mind, it was "good enough". Some just to stir the pot.
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening - will flag.
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- that was poi's thought (below) but clearly spells c-k-o-r-d-o-s-i-s
Complete thread -- what about CT lordosis, i.e., cervical thoracic
Complete thread -- ? not even developmental
Complete thread -- .....between the labrum and the glenoid, which appeared chronic and in fact ________.
Complete thread -- can't really make it out, but "pre- and post-" is what I'd expect here. Maybe just "pre-"
Complete thread -- Pulmonary function test ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (he corrects himself) She is eating and sleeping.
Complete thread -- She is eating, _____, and sleeping.
Complete thread -- anterior aspect?
Complete thread -- radiology ankle fracture - sm
Complete thread -- agree again. I would flag it.
Complete thread -- good thought -- the C might fit but sure s/l "K" - no idea what that'd be
Complete thread -- yep...
Complete thread -- either that, or he is reading a handwritten note and can't read the writing?
Complete thread -- I agree. Was just posting what I heard. Thought he might have
Complete thread -- cervical spine, i also hear ckordosis, but htis doctor regularly makes up his own spellin
Complete thread -- only words ending in --ordosis (per OneLook) are lordosis words/phrases.
Complete thread -- he is spelling something. _ _ ordosis (sounds like C K). What part of spine?
Complete thread -- sure s/l he is spelling ckordosis to me, but no idea what he really means.
Complete thread -- Paravertebral spasms are palpated bilaterally. There is no ____ noted.
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- I can hear that too - but "fruit spread" sounds exactly like "fruits, bread"
Complete thread -- Strattera
Complete thread -- nuts, fruits, bread, and most food. (i hear food)??
Complete thread -- Celexa, Flexeril, Pepcid, Ambien, Zyprexa, __________, hydrocodone
Complete thread -- yes thank you to all
Complete thread -- (I'm thinking that "most foods" is really too broad, and "most fruits" is more logical.)
Complete thread -- I think fruit spread and most fruits, but fruit(s) s/l food(s) both times.
Complete thread -- fruits, bread
Complete thread -- ______ spread? ______ bread?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She states that she is allergic to nuts, _____ and most foods. She is ...
Complete thread -- agree with poi - leave as dictated; can't guess what was meant.
Complete thread -- I would leave as dictated - to walk about OR move from place to place.
Complete thread -- she was ambulated to xyz hospital. should it be taken by ambulance or does it mean s
Complete thread -- ok. I will look up introductory clauses and do more research. thx to everyone.
Complete thread -- it's not an introductory clause; it is a brief prepositional phrase
Complete thread -- Yes. I did have to flag. the only issues were the ones listed in original post..
Complete thread -- just spit my water out...
Complete thread -- Happy Thanksgiving to you too, BK. And good luck!
Complete thread -- OP may be a little conflusi, too...
Complete thread -- sounds like an Augmentin dose to me
Complete thread -- Depranil?
Complete thread -- The patient has lymphadenopathy and I started the patient on sm
Complete thread -- I agree with this one...makes the most sense.
Complete thread -- the OP has me so confused, but ok, now I see your point, and neither word fits there LOL
Complete thread -- welp, after all those suggestions, option to
Complete thread -- I was thinking it was an introductory clause but it seems like s.m.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- propranolol?
Complete thread -- ropinirole? (does pt have RLS?)
Complete thread -- but look at the blank... testing proctopexy of the procedure? Doesn't make sense to me
Complete thread -- if it sounds like proctopexy, then why wouldn't it be proctopexy?
Complete thread -- Nope. still hear 'pip-ri-nol.. :( But thanks for suggestion.
Complete thread -- both would seem to fit here, without listening to the sound file, I would have a hard time
Complete thread -- can you give us what it is so that it goes in archives
Complete thread -- Comma after technique, bilateral lower ....
Complete thread -- allopurinol?
Complete thread -- big guess -- testing *for efficacy* of procedure. Also SM for corrections.
Complete thread -- proctopexy or rectopexy.
Complete thread -- Any clues for medication? See msg
Complete thread -- proctopexy or rectopexy.
Complete thread -- Alphagan?
Complete thread -- not sure of your question. Does the blank s/l proctopexy or is that the operation?
Complete thread -- proctopexy or rectopexy.
Complete thread -- past history is remarkable for hypertension, glaucoma, hypercholesterolemia
Complete thread -- NV...got it
Complete thread -- Skin was approximated using s/l tus u seal, but then sm
Complete thread -- Does not matter to me one way or other, but OP did say will post back (above)
Complete thread -- I'd probably flag, but wonder if meaning-- very small (less than 1 mm). nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Just had a thought about this sm
Complete thread -- Use a comma to set off introductory elements
Complete thread -- SILS-based approach ?
Complete thread -- no, actually, it can't go either way
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- abnormal EKG and an old area of infarct
Complete thread -- ? mucinous mass
Complete thread -- SILS *base* approach
Complete thread -- gee, I would not
Complete thread -- mucosal?
Complete thread -- I don't think you can know how to type that and would no doubt have to flag it, but
Complete thread -- Not sure how to type what doc is saying sm
Complete thread -- I flagged. We have a special function we can use for verifying doses on this job.
Complete thread -- I'd probably flag the number of drops. she could have been misstating and changing it?
Complete thread -- Thanks again, so much! I put the 4-10 and the verify med note.
Complete thread -- i didn't hear the "to" so I "assumed" for 10 ?
Complete thread -- not sure? I've never seen a CT scan before to know what it shows and where.??
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I'd definitely leave blank and flag this one - don't guess!
Complete thread -- I have a verify flag I can put on this. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard 4-10 drops
Complete thread -- Even for secretion control in terminal patients, 10 or more drops is way too much
Complete thread -- germane
Complete thread -- I see it can be used for, not only dilating the eye, but It is also used to relieve pain
Complete thread -- I thought I heard 10 too. That was why I questioned.
Complete thread -- believe that the disc herniation as seen in the thoracic spine is really __to his cu
Complete thread -- drops for 10 drops every... ?
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- This is all I have for her pmh.
Complete thread -- what condition is the atropine being prescribed for?
Complete thread -- comma after the S1? "At L5-S1 there is mild disk protrusion..."
Complete thread -- Can the mediastinum be seen on a head & neck scan?
Complete thread -- wav again, how about this one? I have changed it 3 times!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much both of you!
Complete thread -- my brother had one of those stents put in for esophageal cancer
Complete thread -- i'm not sure about 'her' but I do hear febrile this morning at 101
Complete thread -- Could be. Much closer than what I had - thanks
Complete thread -- listen for mediastinal
Complete thread -- ....was febrile this morning of 101?
Complete thread -- not sure of s/l. but some = more so mass (singular) does not work
Complete thread -- wav file. Thanks again
Complete thread -- s/l*mu-sinal* mass
Complete thread -- Ah, yes! You are wonderful! I was hearing istained claritin
Complete thread -- a stent placed in pylorus
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- could that first word be sustained?
Complete thread -- in an area of old infarct
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Sure, it does
Complete thread -- I would go as you have it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- could go either way, the infarct could show on an EKG.
Complete thread -- what I would do
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- DDAVP,
Complete thread -- I would not, unless he said mini-dose aspirin.
Complete thread -- I think it is fine the way you have it.
Complete thread -- I would say yes. I have had a doctor just this last week say that word twice in his
Complete thread -- Does confouding make sense here? He says it quite clearly.
Complete thread -- Should likely be in commas?
Complete thread -- Do you think I should just take out the "say"? If not, is this the way it shoudl be
Complete thread -- should mini dose be hyphenated here?
Complete thread -- in vs. and. As you know, he has an abnormal EKG *in/and* an area of an old infarct,
Complete thread -- Medications: ____OxyContin, Cymbalta, Percocet, Flexeril, Xanax and Coreg.
Complete thread -- Thanks also to o o a m p and all you "nm"ers who helped with my wav yesterday, sorry
Complete thread -- HELLP. Thanks to all of you who answered my "HELLP" post. I was not able to check u
Complete thread -- Finished, blanking it. Thanks
Complete thread -- Anyone familiar with WA docs? Looking for a PMD
Complete thread -- got it, etoposide
Complete thread -- small cell lung cancer with left breast metastases and liver metastases on
Complete thread -- predicted?
Complete thread -- It's so nice when an OP lets us know one way or the other if our "help" was indeed helpful
Complete thread -- That's what I heard too
Complete thread -- I think she got discombobulated...sounds like not particular by any food in particular..
Complete thread -- 36 - that is very bradycardic. I'd definitely give that a 2nd listen!
Complete thread -- Never mind, got it figured out - it was Jumbo
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- X's pain is not ____ by any food in particular
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "Jamal or Gemal" forceps
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- yes, I heard Carafate too
Complete thread -- thank you. fits PMH
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- temperature 98, heart rate 76
Complete thread -- temperature 98 (not 96), heart rate 36
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- temperature 96, heart rate ____,respiratory rate 20
Complete thread -- your RS seems ok to me, does not mean has HELLP today but
Complete thread -- good thing she had that healthy omelet.
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Include Xopenex p.r.n., Combivent p.r.n., ____________, Lipitor, levothyroxine,
Complete thread -- she is saying "um" right before this
Complete thread -- spinach and egg white omelet
Complete thread -- soda, chips, brownies, and a cupcake
Complete thread -- Italian subs, ____, spinach, ___ omelet, soda, ____ and cupcake.
Complete thread -- The more I think, the doctor knows what he means and I'd give it to him if he is for sure
Complete thread -- if I knew the sentence before, that would have helped, and evidently
Complete thread -- he did say it funny path-o-ology.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought it might be that, but it sounded like there were some extra syllables in
Complete thread -- pathology?
Complete thread -- You're very welcome. Anytime. Glad I could help.
Complete thread -- a more proximal ____ and would be consistent with a clinical impression
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm thinking maybe evidently?
Complete thread -- yes, and I answered my thoughts yesterday. Guess they weren't good enough.
Complete thread -- definitely? have never heard that before, so unlikely to be that word.
Complete thread -- identical thread below?
Complete thread -- Dr. Jay Comassar in Lindenhurst, NY
Complete thread -- Not sure if you'll be able to get this since I couldn't give much of a running start
Complete thread -- She is being followed by a podiatry doctor. The doctor’s name is ____ ...
Complete thread -- should HELLP syndrome be flagged in a 52-yof or maybe the doctor means that she haI
Complete thread -- I hear -- hearing loss in each ear of 320 in sound field,
Complete thread -- stabilization
Complete thread -- pronouncing it more like cal-ker
Complete thread -- calcar
Complete thread -- reduced and proper _______ was checked under
Complete thread -- the tip to the _______ on plastic inserter of the
Complete thread -- sm on possibilities of "blocked was C6-C7
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- I will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I thought 320 was there too and or each ear.
Complete thread -- Sorta hear something like hearing loss 320 ear OR loss for each ear... i'm no help...
Complete thread -- wav file. Something little thing is missing there.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Pratt
Complete thread -- Endometrial biopsy..
Complete thread -- seems like there is a (clipped) word after anchor. I also hear "and the anterior"
Complete thread -- Makes more sense, thanks
Complete thread -- on the anterior anchored (what I hear)
Complete thread -- Ty for your opinion. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- wav file. He just stutters a bit. do not like anterior anchor the way it is.
Complete thread -- They tend to shorten 100 to hundred and so my guess would be the 2nd
Complete thread -- She is five foot three hundred ninety pounds. Is that 5 feet and 390 or 5 feet 3 and
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- note: FiberWire®
Complete thread -- hip abductors were visualized
Complete thread -- which is good, or else I'd have not been able to put my 2c in about the short external
Complete thread -- abductors (muscles)
Complete thread -- yep, old wav still there
Complete thread -- remaining of the short external rotators and capsule...
Complete thread -- Yes, it is an interrupter.
Complete thread -- oops, here's sentence
Complete thread -- should there be comma around "in all likelihood"?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- leg was internally rotated and _____ were visualized
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- remaining of the psoas AND rotators and capsule
Complete thread -- remaining of the psoas, rotators, and capsule
Complete thread -- blood in the stool - got it - thanks
Complete thread -- remaining of the _________ external rotators
Complete thread -- MP3
Complete thread -- leg was internally rotated and *abductors* were visualized
Complete thread -- My answer does not totally make sense but I thought I heard block and maybe hardware
Complete thread -- could it be block hardware? Does she have a pain block?
Complete thread -- gtt i mean
Complete thread -- Like a travel trailer
Complete thread -- I always feel like somebody's watching meeeeee
Complete thread -- after reading more than I wanted to know about fiducial markers, it just does not seem to
Complete thread -- maybe he is shortening ggt (drops) not g for grams?? 50 one drop daily??
Complete thread -- not sure but "was" isn't in there. s/l blocked something C6-7?
Complete thread -- She may have had it in the PMH but I don't see how she'd still have it.
Complete thread -- Preeclampsia, eclampsia and HELLP syndrome are disorders that occur only during pregnancy
Complete thread -- recreational vehicle
Complete thread -- that is what i hear but what is RV?
Complete thread -- in an RV??
Complete thread -- Later the doctor quotes the HELLP syndrome again (sm)
Complete thread -- She reports receiving impact to the face with a ball kicked hard from ...
Complete thread -- can a 52-yo female have HELLP in her past medical history? (she is not pregnant now
Complete thread -- MRI: An MRI shows degenerative disc at C4-5 C5-6, ___ was C6-7. Right paracentral d
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Looks like might be an EEG? Google.com + EEG glossary, click the titles, they open.
Complete thread -- addendum. fiducial marker Again a guess, so best to flag or post wav so others can listen,
Complete thread -- Can't find marker fibroid. Wonder if it is marked" fibroids. Probably flag. sm
Complete thread -- I would say - and Two different locations sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- in or and? Ultrasound shows thickening of the choroid in/and the macular region.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- radiology word help - sm
Complete thread -- Well, the link won't work, but here's a link to the NY state
Complete thread -- Link to all the doctors named Jane, last name starting with F,
Complete thread -- Actually, he is saying Jane - that part was my mistake. but he's saying fartie
Complete thread -- Thanks! LOL Definitely not what he's saying, though it might be what he means. I posted a
Complete thread -- Jane Iris Farhi, M.D., F.A.C.C. see message.
Complete thread -- Looking for a Dr. James Fartie located at 1075 Park Avenue in NY. He spells Fartie,
Complete thread -- maybe twice daily
Complete thread -- lol sorry look to you.
Complete thread -- Pt. w/inclusion body myositis. Takes sodium fluoride 51 g "DT" daily(?) /nm
Complete thread -- How does this look at you?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions everyone. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- shoot 6 more years before social security retirement. But you can still work too sm
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- ? perhaps their native land, some other country?
Complete thread -- can't find anything that s/l your word, but maybe you can find it:
Complete thread -- I would capitalize the first word there, since it is the beginning of the sentence/
Complete thread -- s/l dez-in-tin - possibly in CA TIA!
Complete thread -- I googled Pacific Sleep questionnaire, and it seems to be the name of the sleep lab - if
Complete thread -- maybe....thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- anyone out there want to chime in on this one ? :(
Complete thread -- hmmm.. okay. LOL! maybe she was scared of giving normal birth? LOL!
Complete thread -- looks fine
Complete thread -- doc says in the clinical hx that she requested the C-section (normal pregnancy)
Complete thread -- I have heard of C-section for fetal distress...never heard of for maternal anxiety
Complete thread -- DX: Term pregnancy for elective C-section for maternal s/l "an anxiety" sm pl
Complete thread -- also am I to cap the first word in the quote? I ask because of Page 345 in AAMT BOS2
Complete thread -- quotes :( also is questionnaire capped in this instance? Pacific Sleep is on search
Complete thread -- the other helper has a point. he's really making a statement and maybe just a period.
Complete thread -- here is another one. Doc is challenging my feelings of being able to type a report =/
Complete thread -- okay...=/ I'm not sure which is correct LOL
Complete thread -- bus driver complains of knee pain
Complete thread -- and, Darlene, after researching more, I think the OP has it right.
Complete thread -- another opinion: Just a period, doc is making a statement on what the ? is.
Complete thread -- good job on finding the word, Oasis!
Complete thread -- Stedman's has it as Blumensaat line.
Complete thread -- Hi there
Complete thread -- I thhink this came up b/4 & Anaplastic lymphoma kinase close as could find
Complete thread -- I'm not sure on the quotes?
Complete thread -- okay, do I use the quotes like in that link?
Complete thread -- what was it, can you share with board too
Complete thread -- found this water seal remain fixed. Can also google your phrase, up it comes sm
Complete thread -- found this Blumenstadt's line in alignment with the lateral canal of the femur sm
Complete thread -- see link - might help (close the advertisement that immediately pops up)
Complete thread -- period or question mark? is it typed correctly?
Complete thread -- agree & hello again MT50. Not 2 different things in this context sm MT50
Complete thread -- okay, thanks! what a morning! =/
Complete thread -- or big-block Chevy/straight pipes (that way you aren't adding a word)
Complete thread -- I'd guess it would be with straight pipes since big-block is the engine and pipes are the
Complete thread -- once again, says as all one thing, but unsure "big-block Chevy straight pipes"
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- I think it is just missing "with" i.e. seborrheic blepharitis with eczema my guess
Complete thread -- Googling shows seborrheic blelpharitis is one and then eczema as another.
Complete thread -- he says it as if it is all 1 thing: Seborrheic blepharitis eczema in PMH
Complete thread -- Got it... Beath pin (see link, do a ctrl F with "beath pin")
Complete thread -- I hear Beatson. Verified on mtdictionary.com, but don't know what it is.
Complete thread -- I hear it beginning with B but don't hear cement. can't get it though.
Complete thread -- sorta sounds like 'bead cement' was then placed?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- uploaded again
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- this mp3 upload doesn't work on my end; try uploading again.
Complete thread -- medial translation
Complete thread -- intraoperative fluoroscopy. ____ was in place and
Complete thread -- placed on water seal
Complete thread -- extension and *model* translation,
Complete thread -- the chest was _______ on water seal
Complete thread -- the chest was *fixed* on water seal.
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- ____ was used to place tibial guidepin. The tibial cortex was penetra ...
Complete thread -- I had an FNP talk about the patient's antibiotic Lovenox..clear as a bell. After
Complete thread -- ohh I think that's it..THANKS!!! ...
Complete thread -- looks like contiguous.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- well, not exactly SM
Complete thread -- ...soft tissues at the L4 level s/lcontinges with the posterior dura.. ...
Complete thread -- thanks! ...
Complete thread -- (well, nevermind, it says another term is periaortic)...
Complete thread -- double check - I think it is para-aortic (not peri)
Complete thread -- see link, might find what you need?
Complete thread -- tumor marker
Complete thread -- really believe this? 'wonder if someone is on this morning giving wrong answers on purpose
Complete thread -- jealousy is ugly.
Complete thread -- maybe it's not pertinent for you due to account reasons, but type 2
Complete thread -- hey BB -- too much info here. These people would recognize themselves.
Complete thread -- That’s what I was thinking, never used it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- could it be a.c. (before a meal) breakfast (BKFT)?
Complete thread -- PA-C: "The patient is alert, who is laying in bed." nm
Complete thread -- 1. Type II diabetes: On glipizide with satisfactory Accu-Chek *ACBKFT* or *ACPKFT*
Complete thread -- Just sharing :( (no question). nm
Complete thread -- PA-C just dictated "Synthroid 12.5 mega, microgig p.o. daily." nm
Complete thread -- atypical?
Complete thread -- unfortunately this was sent a long time ago :(
Complete thread -- I'd probably also comma after notified, as has the...
Complete thread -- mitazab - Microzide?
Complete thread -- agree with this one.
Complete thread -- I would not, since they didn't say the name of the county, but I'm sure someone else has a
Complete thread -- cap County Medical Examiner or not in this sentence?
Complete thread -- depersonalization.
Complete thread -- or maybe something "vax" (like Fluvax, Pneumovax)
Complete thread -- Turned in to QA. Thanks
Complete thread -- could be saying "ALLERGIES/EFFECTS"? (I have some who say allergies/intolerances)
Complete thread -- episodes of _____, decreased cognition and decreased
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: *FX* (immunization vaccines) and penicillin.
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- I'd do it exactly like you did it.
Complete thread -- THe wav is now posted.
Complete thread -- unsure how to punctuate this?
Complete thread -- s/l 'atypiary' biopsy of thyroid
Complete thread -- OF course it does not mean that because there is no such thing as reversing a colECtomy
Complete thread -- ipratropium = ipatomin
Complete thread -- dead horse is crying out for relief.
Complete thread -- med s/l M R vastin... hydralazine, *ipatromin*, iron, metoprolol, *mitazag*, morphine
Complete thread -- "reversing colectomy" doesn't mean anything - it is the colostomy that is reversed!
Complete thread -- reversing colectomy doesn't mean replacing the intestine
Complete thread -- Chevys - plural. No apostrophe.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't worry about it... not going to hurt anything. (but don't always believe 1st
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- it's that vinylish stuff you don't want to sit on on a hot day in short shorts.
Complete thread -- LOL! He drives me a little crazy sometimes with his ramblings ;)
Complete thread -- I would, but others might disagree. I like your doctor! Nice to see a sense of humor.
Complete thread -- some below posts maybe, but this one was a legit helper...SM
Complete thread -- is this material something like "pleather" (the fake leather)?
Complete thread -- would you use quotes around this statement? "Welcome to the age of 50" ??
Complete thread -- lol! seem to be getting mixed answers... but will go with yours Oscar as I have seen and
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- Funny post. Naugahyde is a trademark, so cap. And I'd do Ford-Naugahyde-seat issue.
Complete thread -- (acp) cap... oops
Complete thread -- I wouldn't acp or hyphenate, naugahyde is a fabric/material the seat is made of.
Complete thread -- great :( I obviously sent already....did not see the corrections to previous help :(
Complete thread -- is Naugahyde capped or not? Seeing both online and in Archives
Complete thread -- nearly an hour later, then just drop it and stop posting.
Complete thread -- and they removed some of the intestine in the partial and it still cannot be
Complete thread -- Do NOT change. Leave as dictated; nothing wrong with it
Complete thread -- you just don't get it.
Complete thread -- it's a partial colectomy
Complete thread -- ? Asiatic
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- positive canthal tilt giving a more idg-ee-ah-tic appearance TIA!
Complete thread -- I remember it well. I learned MT on the job, those doctors were my QA.
Complete thread -- I know, it was just getting kinda mucky and I didn't want answer to get lost in all that.
Complete thread -- settle down, nm13, nobody is gonna get hurt here if it isn't flagged.
Complete thread -- You are obviously entitled to your opinion. Have a nice day!
Complete thread -- Half of that "crap" below is already telling her to do just that
Complete thread -- I'm an old-timer too and I think the OP should flag it and let the DOCTOR see and fix it
Complete thread -- thank you... that is what I did ONLY because he said it in the PLAN :)
Complete thread -- yeah, I'm serious, and I've been doing this long enough to know what I'm talking about.
Complete thread -- Seriously???? Talk about making an assumption. SMH
Complete thread -- Remember the good ol' days, when we could pull doc aside and chat about it?
Complete thread -- Not-D-or-J is correct. Put the comma and ignore all the crap below.
Complete thread -- I would think "freedom to change it" is "assuming" you know what the
Complete thread -- FLAG it please!
Complete thread -- again, you are posting info that is understood already, for cryin' out loud!
Complete thread -- YOU cannot replace section or sections of intestines REMOVED. They can REMOVE the ostomy
Complete thread -- that's not really an assumption. Clearly talking about the same upcoming procedure.
Complete thread -- perhaps did not occur with your surgery, but happens. sm
Complete thread -- Only Darlene ever does that crap.
Complete thread -- NOT the question!! Geez, you don't need to keep posting definitions of every term posted!
Complete thread -- I'd flag it for doctor to fix
Complete thread -- You cannot reverse a colectomy!
Complete thread -- comma, it is 2 things.
Complete thread -- I would blank it, never "assume"
Complete thread -- Sounds like Darlene's helper mucking up things again.
Complete thread -- and it was posted-- leave as dictated.
Complete thread -- "I would give it to him/her as dictated, no comma" No,
Complete thread -- and that what was posted by nm "Gram stain and culture" -
Complete thread -- I know what they are... I am asking if you would correct them to say same thing because
Complete thread -- YOUR own link has Gram stain AND culture. Good GRIEF>
Complete thread -- A tip, 1st thing, look up definitions of ostomy & colectomy. leave as dictated.
Complete thread -- Because THAT is correct. A Gram stain and a culture
Complete thread -- would you instead say partial colectomy ostomy reversal?
Complete thread -- this is a stat too... thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! I asked because Archives has a comma after gram stain and before culture
Complete thread -- gen eh shoe ah - accented at the end I think
Complete thread -- what is happening is=ordering a sputum for culture using Gram stain
Complete thread -- would you blank it? or change at all?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- disruptive procedures (results from surgical intervention ?)
Complete thread -- commas or is it all one thing?? Gram stain culture sputum
Complete thread -- mild femoral (and) greater trochanteric bursitis
Complete thread -- revealing bilateral *myo* femoral greater trochanteric bursitis
Complete thread -- can you give a better s/l -- JEAN-uh-shoe-ah or -- Jen-ee-SHWA -- like that?
Complete thread -- je ne sais quoi?
Complete thread -- or saying something else... just not sure what
Complete thread -- labral tear in the *geneshua* and underlying acetabular pincer
Complete thread -- obviously misstated there...
Complete thread -- She had a negative *right shoulder Yergason* test pain noted in the anterior
Complete thread -- corrective?
Complete thread -- tee hee
Complete thread -- yep, yep. Good thing we have you here or how would we know to cap sentences?
Complete thread -- could he be starting to say "ex lap" and then says it fully, exploratory laparotomy?
Complete thread -- okay then!
Complete thread -- or urgent?
Complete thread -- unguium maybe?
Complete thread -- I hear elect, so I flagged it because this seems not to be elective.
Complete thread -- Thanks for guess but doesn't sound like "elective!" Leaving blank.
Complete thread -- elective?
Complete thread -- NG (nasogastric) tube is fine. Not sure about first blank.
Complete thread -- no, it is not elective. Could he be saying "emergent"?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- also doctor dictates: The patient will be taken to the operating room for an
Complete thread -- Need help with the blanks here. I put what I think it sounds like,
Complete thread -- Ty, everyone. I will listen again. :)
Complete thread -- Right index finger mucous cyst that resolved after aspiration.
Complete thread -- no, it also may treat psychosis.
Complete thread -- yep, in that case, start of new sentence, cap it. I should have mentioned I guess
Complete thread -- found Orap but would flag unless hx of Tourette syndrome sm
Complete thread -- Floxin (ofloxacin) is used to treat infections that cause sm
Complete thread -- could be - SM (vaginal bacterial infection)
Complete thread -- Floxacin?
Complete thread -- course of doxycycline and *Floxin* - does this really fit here? Pretty clear.
Complete thread -- She has a period. Troughs. So yep there it IS capped.
Complete thread -- Will turn over to QA. Thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, had cap lock on by accident
Complete thread -- I think I might had heard wrong on "sign" it probable IS fine
Complete thread -- could the s be the beginning of simvastatin?
Complete thread -- I found Orap, but she says the ending with an "s" sound on it. Anything I'm missing?
Complete thread -- No need to cap gram positive tho, sm see why
Complete thread -- List of medicines: Levothyroxine, Abilify, Cymbalta, s/l oar-wraps, simvastatin,
Complete thread -- surgery has been rescheduled. He has no change in his history or phys ...
Complete thread -- I hear : with fine Apgars of....
Complete thread -- shhhh
Complete thread -- BUT no need to cap troughs tho sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- well don't know hoW 'CCHECK GOT IN THERE, JUST IGNORE
Complete thread -- sounds like with a sign of Apgars of etc
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- live male infant, _____ Apgars of 9,
Complete thread -- just what I said, i based it on her word neuro and not that it was a trial
Complete thread -- was immediately suctioned upon delivery
Complete thread -- DeLee?
Complete thread -- The infant was then then _____ suction upon delivery and breathing
Complete thread -- The infant was then *really* suctioned on the abdomen
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- vancomycin has been provided here. *Troughs* are going to be monitored
Complete thread -- Thank you! I kept trying to google something like that , but couldn't get close enough!
Complete thread -- well-rugated
Complete thread -- s/l radiated?
Complete thread -- Winter's cavernoglanular shunt or is it *glandular*?
Complete thread -- got it!
Complete thread -- status improved from 4 to 2?? is this improvement...help pls.
Complete thread -- possibly: implanted?
Complete thread -- ...and a CMP?
Complete thread -- got it - sensitivities
Complete thread -- The sinus cultures are showing some Gram positive cocci, possibly staph, but ________
Complete thread -- is each letter spelled out or is that your s/l?
Complete thread -- We drew a TSH, CBC, *NSENP - all of which were unremarkable
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- carrier status for
Complete thread -- The ______ retinitis pigmentosa is usually associated with delayed flicker implicit t
Complete thread -- I believe RVSP and RSVP are merely interchangeable – alternative terms sm
Complete thread -- again, neuroborreliosis is a disorder (not a treatment for epilepsy)
Complete thread -- yes, perfectly normal usage
Complete thread -- Agree
Complete thread -- I think safest thing for me to do is leave a blank for both B1's :)
Complete thread -- :) that is okay :)
Complete thread -- unfortunately I do not have a mic...only iphone which is not compatible with WAV or MP3
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- welllll to me, sure NOT per line, no way.
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- if any mention of high BP or heart prob, could well be nadolol (Corgard)
Complete thread -- I misread your post. I'm sorry. I didn't see the double B dication.
Complete thread -- some times they order same "additional lab" repeat, perhaps thought lab error sm
Complete thread -- LOL! I'm sorry.
Complete thread -- I am confused on what you are saying (???)
Complete thread -- ok, so google.com plus ear tubes + armstrong and s/l see what comes up
Complete thread -- yes... I know I do... LOL! He says B1 twice. Helper suggested D, and I said he already
Complete thread -- I know he said both B and D, but was wondering re different numbers, e.g. B12, D3, etc.
Complete thread -- In your OP, you have vitamin B and D listed in your dictation.
Complete thread -- he said vitamin D already... as well as B1 twice. please see my OP
Complete thread -- You have Vitamin D and Vitamin B1...2 different vitamins.
Complete thread -- only guessing here but B and D sound alike??
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks. Doesn't sound like grommet. All I can hear is blaynet or blaynot
Complete thread -- he says B1 twice... and gave 2 very different values
Complete thread -- s/l blaynot might be grommet (no cap) Armstrong grommet myringotomy tubes
Complete thread -- shoot, once again, can 't hit right keys wooder= wonder
Complete thread -- Armstrong s/l blaynot silastic tubes placed.
Complete thread -- very good, in fact, excellent - agree
Complete thread -- ask her to observe what of her daily activities that does strain her chest wall
Complete thread -- wooder if slurring right hip labral tear in "acetabulum" sm
Complete thread -- sounds fine, pt is not forthcoming with info, doc is teasing it out in interview
Complete thread -- dictator referring to Osteo Bi-Flex Advanced Triple Strength Glucosamine Chondroin
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks. not sure I can hear that but will listen again.
Complete thread -- agree...
Complete thread -- I didn't think so either =/ I don't know what he means
Complete thread -- doc always says "Glucosamine OSTEO chondroitin". I type as Glucosamine chondroitin
Complete thread -- curb
Complete thread -- I based this on her "neuro" word... but not sure there is any trial out there?
Complete thread -- but I did ask her to ____ her daily activities that strain her chest wall.
Complete thread -- doesn't sound quite right....
Complete thread -- s/l tease out here?? is this right? or??
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- In (based this WAG upon if it was *and* they would had said *areas*)
Complete thread -- in or and?
Complete thread -- sure, because it can lead to epilepsy
Complete thread -- _______ digitorum?
Complete thread -- talking about a genotype?
Complete thread -- I dunno, found it with epilepsy ?
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- wav file does not appear to match this post
Complete thread -- what is FAJ? (wondering if should be FAI?)
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Celebrex, Lipitor, ___,and Cialis
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Celebrex, Lipitor, ___,and Cialis
Complete thread -- hyperaldosteronism screen?
Complete thread -- wag, degenerative changes?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- tenderness to percussion of the *losdigion*. no sign of carpal tunnel
Complete thread -- labral tear in the *geneshua* and underlying
Complete thread -- doubtful for an epilepsy trial
Complete thread -- doctors' names
Complete thread -- I don't think there's any problem with mentioning doctor's names on the word board.
Complete thread -- at 54, I don't forsee any more children LOL
Complete thread -- nor can I.
Complete thread -- Don't know how doctor's name got put in I was googling something else ...
Complete thread -- Dr. Ahesh Mehta
Complete thread -- Wow again. You have been through a lot. Hope it's all good from now on.
Complete thread -- Born at 20 weeks, lived for 1 hour (back in '84 that was a miracle).
Complete thread -- I cannot reference Beaujolais trial
Complete thread -- Perhaps, interesting - this is new to me Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- Oh wow! That really does sound like a miracle child. You don't have to answer this, but I
Complete thread -- maybe shortening for Lyme neuroborreliosis ?
Complete thread -- Epilepsy trials
Complete thread -- Yep, I'm G14, P2, AB12 with 1 living. I consider him my miracle child. :)
Complete thread -- tendinitis seems to be the preferred spelling
Complete thread -- tendinitis or tendonitis?
Complete thread -- 8 abortions??
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- unless the pt is a dog having big litters
Complete thread -- There was that one book by Millie the White House Dog.
Complete thread -- does anyone create charts/graphs or tables on reg basis?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I thought that might be it, but was't sure.
Complete thread -- sinus arrhythmia
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- you're right.
Complete thread -- She is G2, P11, abortions 8. (impossible right? mixing up the G and the P?)
Complete thread -- cant get it either nadol? Maybe he is mispronouncing
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- RVSP - right ventricular systolic pressure ?? mebbe
Complete thread -- nadol? ladol? nadolol? is he missing half his word?
Complete thread -- (SM) I think you are hearing something backward?
Complete thread -- I think you are hearing the letters wrong. What's the context/full sentence? ...respondez
Complete thread -- what would you rather go by? aren't all books written by "a person?"
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Potassium chloride, Benicar, allopurinol, , Zetia, and ...
Complete thread -- what is the expanded form of RSVP on echocardiograms?
Complete thread -- I would change to assiStant... :) :)
Complete thread -- eh, American Management Association - I'd rather not go by "a person" who wrote a book.
Complete thread -- don't know what is okay, but I would change to assitant.
Complete thread -- the question was not whether the eye has cones, but whether they could be "bulging."
Complete thread -- the poster above suggested these are structures.
Complete thread -- is first assist okay or should it be first assistant?
Complete thread -- It says it can be typed in all caps or with just the important words capped. I understood
Complete thread -- Oh wow. I feel stupid. Thank you, both.
Complete thread -- Well, even about the capping all important words it is "can", not "must"
Complete thread -- doorsills?
Complete thread -- door sills
Complete thread -- 85-year-old female with bilateral knee pain
Complete thread -- It said sometimes it's done. Doesn't seem to be a must
Complete thread -- oops - sorry. First time I'm posting a link so I wasn't sure how to do it
Complete thread -- I would type as you have it.
Complete thread -- how would you type "from yesterday evening on, he has not been acting normally."
Complete thread -- seems they recommend you underline it also.
Complete thread -- you forgot to put in the subject line you posted a link - you have a good point
Complete thread -- Thanks. Wondering what you all think of this? It seems to say that all the important
Complete thread -- I would not cap entire phrase, only needed for start of the sentence "temporary"
Complete thread -- okay, thamks
Complete thread -- where did it say could be seen with naked eye. Assuming?
Complete thread -- I wouldnt cap privileges
Complete thread -- Remind me please. Doc dictates at beginning of letter: "In reference to temporary
Complete thread -- and she did what I did - (but I googled "dupuytren ne..." and that was enough to get it)
Complete thread -- thank you!!! I totally hear that now - appreciate the help.
Complete thread -- aggghhh - Lois took my answer again!
Complete thread -- (I googled needle dupuytren)
Complete thread -- needle aponeurotomy
Complete thread -- totally stumped (sorry cannot post a wav) sm plse
Complete thread -- just relistened, clearly saying post medially- flagging...
Complete thread -- : (
Complete thread -- no, no, no!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- size
Complete thread -- No evidence of ischemic heart disease seen on the treadmill test.
Complete thread -- GranuFoam - got it, thanks
Complete thread -- Sounds like grainy - it could also be film and not foam.
Complete thread -- sorry, posteromedially
Complete thread -- posteromedial?
Complete thread -- mammogram- s/l post medially?
Complete thread -- ya...cuff....he stumbles over it after relistening again..thx
Complete thread -- or just cuff?
Complete thread -- rotator cuff?
Complete thread -- s/l cacoff muscles??
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- 4-5
Complete thread -- When referring to foot bones,
Complete thread -- cerclage
Complete thread -- Never mind. I found it as a dressing.
Complete thread -- it sounds like surgery flex so, surgiflex does not seem right. Surgifix?
Complete thread -- wondering if just slurring "a chololithiasis",acute cholelithiasis,or anechoic,if imaging
Complete thread -- That must be it. I will listen again to be sure, but thank you!
Complete thread -- cerclage ?
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- OK..thx
Complete thread -- Surgeon applied *S/L sir-clide wires around several spinous processes
Complete thread -- well, shoot, can't seem to hit the right keys, guess you will figure what is meant
Complete thread -- to me,looks fine
Complete thread -- I'm guessing wondering if caps. If announcing a educational symposium I guess yes.
Complete thread -- Functional Capacity Evalution or functional capacity evaluation
Complete thread -- Is this punctuated right?
Complete thread -- Is
Complete thread -- yes, cones (or rods and cones) part of structure of eye. sm
Complete thread -- I cant now, but thank you for your try
Complete thread -- all I can think of some foreign (body) osteophyte. Can post wav?
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- I'll delete this because of too much identifiable information about the patient.
Complete thread -- I should have known you already would have it!
Complete thread -- I found a Maquet table but could not verify a stirrup
Complete thread -- Maquet?
Complete thread -- you're right - I'm slapping my forehead!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Got it. Going to BC (Boston College) to play
Complete thread -- wav file. This is going to be one of those slap on the forehead things..
Complete thread -- "saline pillow" is correct. Saline injected to lift up polyp off mucosa for removal.
Complete thread -- saline *pillow* injection
Complete thread -- in some capacity?
Complete thread -- "McKit" universial stirrups
Complete thread -- Sorry. Expander error. Should be pain is aggravated by not aggressive.
Complete thread -- Patient with knee pain. Pain is aggressive when rising
Complete thread -- oops. Nares
Complete thread -- 00
Complete thread -- She has moist mucous membranes. She has no pharyngeal erythema or ede ...
Complete thread -- "foreign" based osteophyte?? Is that correct?
Complete thread -- thakns so much!
Complete thread -- sense? her son has bulging of one of teh cones in his eyes
Complete thread -- subcontractor for FedEx?
Complete thread -- "subcontour tractor FedEx"
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- thanks. What does that mean PA chart, that the PA wrote it down?
Complete thread -- he became "winded"?? Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- (PA???) chart.
Complete thread -- Physical Examination: ___weighs 6 feet 1 inch. He weighs 302 pounds.
Complete thread -- anti cholelithiasis (sp), that is.
Complete thread -- wag: anti cholilithiasis? since he's essentially (for good reason)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- all I can think of is acalculous cholecystitis, but weird that
Complete thread -- waist to crown...
Complete thread -- possible gallbladder problem word unclear
Complete thread -- I would use : after as follows
Complete thread -- Punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- that doesn't make sense. Consider "dissecting lesion"
Complete thread -- Yes, I have worked in major trauma hospitals and worked for MTSOs and have worked in
Complete thread -- never worked in a hospital right. The MT report is not the last or first word. It is
Complete thread -- actually the US has highest number of American speakers...We don't speak or spell English
Complete thread -- The BoS never has had "changes each year." As a matter of fact, from the 2nd to 3rd,
Complete thread -- I bet malar is correct. Malar flexion and shoulder traction {modified Mauriceau–Smellie
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. Will keep that in mind.
Complete thread -- it is very important to give a sounds like if no sound file is
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. In the past MTs almost seemed angry, letting me know to give them at
Complete thread -- unfortunately after reading what you hear, that is all I hear. I guess
Complete thread -- Their request was to follow their instructions, no 2 places want same thing
Complete thread -- a radial element to it in the posterior lateral aspect of the knee. I ...
Complete thread -- yes, that is what I hear also :)
Complete thread -- Yes, I can clearly hear it now 'residua.' Thanks again
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. Please listen to the wav I posted just to be sure.
Complete thread -- actually dictionary shows plural of residuum - re·sid·u·a
Complete thread -- residual
Complete thread -- The patient had posttraumatic s/l 'residua' from previous comprehensiv ...
Complete thread -- I just happened to be on YouTube before posting. Was watching a video that gave
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, I can hear that now.
Complete thread -- a suspected lesion
Complete thread -- affecting?
Complete thread -- because they think their way is right.
Complete thread -- I have recommended a diagnostic angiogram to rule out a ____ lesion.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I had just found it myself.:)
Complete thread -- Tillaux-Chaput
Complete thread -- s/l tulloshuput fracture
Complete thread -- Ask Nuance. I never figured that out myself.
Complete thread -- I have a GF that works there as a trainer, for at least the past 7-8 years... I can't
Complete thread -- asdfgh... are you for real? where do you work where they tell you to do things wrong??
Complete thread -- WHY would an account want something "wrong" ????
Complete thread -- Thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- Are you joking? You must be. QA makes mistakes too. sm
Complete thread -- Well, the US does have the highest number of English speakers. nm
Complete thread -- Actually, there is Cournand Tip Arrow QuadPolar electrode catheter.
Complete thread -- Cournand
Complete thread -- I still have nightmares 1 year later about that place. No longer work there.
Complete thread -- I've had reversals on contesting QA there. It just depends. Of course, I've lost my
Complete thread -- We need it to be right, not just act like dumb sheep. QA is NOT always right
Complete thread -- Sounds like they might work for
Complete thread -- I am happy to say I have NEVER had something come back
Complete thread -- A 6-French s/l croynon/cornon/quarnon
Complete thread -- really? but it is wrong, from what I was taught in school. QA is NOT always right.
Complete thread -- Not just BOS, just basic grammar too...
Complete thread -- what does this have to do with punctuation?
Complete thread -- not so good advice. We as employees should do it as requested, don't want to, move on then
Complete thread -- QA would've been right anywhere else in the world. U.S. always has to be different.
Complete thread -- Ah yes...thx
Complete thread -- I would place a comma after carpus. (all of the previous was unchanged)
Complete thread -- not where I work.
Complete thread -- Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- Thanks, it does help a lot
Complete thread -- I don't know about you, but we can challenge QA's changes, and if right, the QA gets
Complete thread -- yep, they're wrong. SM for what BOS says.
Complete thread -- that can happen? LOL. Thanks for the validation.
Complete thread -- they were wrong.
Complete thread -- so why did QA call me out on that? I put it inside and they sent me a comment that it
Complete thread -- found this - modified Misgav-Ladach
Complete thread -- the first way, with the comma inside the quotation marks.
Complete thread -- comma before or after 2nd quotes?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- It's all the same scan, 1 type of scan, so has would be correct.
Complete thread -- Never mind. I am not finding it worded exactly this way, but going with it, as it
Complete thread -- PET/CT scan have or has shown?
Complete thread -- More inside SM please
Complete thread -- There was a modified s/l "malar" performed on the right side.
Complete thread -- Agree.
Complete thread -- I think fidelity is fine, oa
Complete thread -- thanks. He slurs. that could be it.
Complete thread -- facility? - the quality of being easily or conveniently done or performed.
Complete thread -- Last word in this sentence sounds exactly like fidelity. Is there another word that
Complete thread -- nah...I saw the A-team was here so I went back to watching Duck Dynasty
Complete thread -- If I'm not fast enough, Poi usually gets 'em LOL
Complete thread -- thanks :) ...
Complete thread -- thanks :) ...
Complete thread -- callus -- Lois keeps stealing my answers!
Complete thread -- callus formation perhaps
Complete thread -- cheilectomy foot
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- me3
Complete thread -- I vote for normocephalic...
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- ? normocephalic ? or normocephaly?
Complete thread -- so..."fundi sympathy" was never said?
Complete thread -- that's me, late as usual. haha
Complete thread -- is lap pads in there?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the intrauterine cavity was ____ lap pad (intrauterine, not uterine cavity below too)
Complete thread -- dissected off the rectus fascia
Complete thread -- That was not the question - OP knew ball-tip, couldn't get next word, and another helper
Complete thread -- The uterine cavity ______ and no residual membrane
Complete thread -- sharply dissected _____ fascia
Complete thread -- thank you poi!
Complete thread -- please give the actual sentence(s) - do not paraphrase
Complete thread -- still on Lipitor
Complete thread -- second blank is ______ Vicryl and then skin....
Complete thread -- visualized?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- but this is probably in the setting of _____ Lipitor and just starting the Crestor
Complete thread -- three-layer sterile dressing?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- awakened from anesthesia and taken to the PACU...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- I'm glad you got another shot at it, since you missed the answer last week.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- it's like saying he had an echocardiogram of his heart. It may be redundant, but I'm sure
Complete thread -- me too, lol.
Complete thread -- We then checked the neural foramens
Complete thread -- s/l since it was still in continuity
Complete thread -- wouldn't be the first (or last) time a dictator was redundant. just my opinion....
Complete thread -- got hemostasis _____ neuroforamen
Complete thread -- lamina of L3 and L4 _____ continuity.
Complete thread -- 600 mg/500 international units
Complete thread -- when I look up "cheiro" it says it means hands... wouldn't that be redundant being he says
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- how would you type this? is this even dictated right?
Complete thread -- works perfectly with dictators description of related to diabetes.
Complete thread -- if I remember right, oscar came up with a great answer last week.
Complete thread -- last week doc said what s/l "chilly arthropathy"...today s/l "cherry arthropathy" :(
Complete thread -- You have a difficult time comprehending things, as usual.
Complete thread -- with normal saline, took a Jamshidi, and
Complete thread -- took a Jamshidi
Complete thread -- Your post, as usual, makes no sense.
Complete thread -- to remove and clean out the endplates __ to remove any debris
Complete thread -- clean out the endplates, epidural tape? to remove any debris,
Complete thread -- with normal saline _____ and inserted
Complete thread -- to confirm the placement of the cages
Complete thread -- Thank you very much
Complete thread -- or confirm position...?
Complete thread -- to confirm location of the cages
Complete thread -- also says "able to see the L5 AND S1 nerve roots" (two)
Complete thread -- images _____ cages. The cages
Complete thread -- It was a (didn't checked it out guess by MT) I can tell. Just go by anatomy,
Complete thread -- consider splenopexy
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- cleaned out the endplate _____ debris, trialed, and then inserted
Complete thread -- I would give it to him - link
Complete thread -- I believe you, it takes a lot of trial and error to get hang of what to enter, sm o
Complete thread -- epidural tape
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- looked up old report and they typed septal pexy...... what in the world?
Complete thread -- curette to clean up the endplate. _____ was used to remove all the
Complete thread -- #1 tracking? #3 for protection
Complete thread -- didn't find it in dictionary...only on web but wanted to double check
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- hello, hello to you marg, glad to see ya. Hope mom doing well.
Complete thread -- He is seen today in followup from his bilateral septopexy for acute torsion. sm
Complete thread -- always provide a bit more, did you look up definition, Could be sm
Complete thread -- can you hear septoplasty? Which anatomy? heart or pelvis or ?
Complete thread -- sentences before and after
Complete thread -- Multi ?s
Complete thread -- what is the sentence after? sounds like he might have repeated himself.
Complete thread -- I should has said tulip screw (no & ) sm
Complete thread -- s/l septopexy....can't document
Complete thread -- cannot hear "head"
Complete thread -- I cannot stand yawners! That is sooo rude. (sorry, can't get it)
Complete thread -- I did google but not specifically as you have it
Complete thread -- hey, confirm he's saying "tulip-head screws" and dont use "and"
Complete thread -- used it for marking, so we took?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- standard fashion. _____ time-out was then performed.
Complete thread -- I sure looked under coumadin protocol, + joint, + point as in point (of care protocol)
Complete thread -- i googled "tulips and screws", and see tulip head pedicle screw
Complete thread -- yes, tulip. tip for next time google decorticate spine process tulip & screws *** sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- either would work fine.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- marking _____, we took a lateral x-ray to confirm the level
Complete thread -- underneath the lamina of L4.
Complete thread -- tulips and screws
Complete thread -- yes, ball tip is what i hear sm
Complete thread -- ball-tip guidewire that none of the walls were breached
Complete thread -- confirming with the ball-tip _____. Once the tap was
Complete thread -- I did end up doing that after all. This doctor is extremely
Complete thread -- We used it for a marking _____ We took a lot of action
Complete thread -- send to QA good idea, have feeling it is as you heard it.
Complete thread -- There are many variables, expected daily line count, straight typing sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought placenta was in there, just thought something else was too.
Complete thread -- placenta (thought it was that before hearing mp3)
Complete thread -- thank you, both
Complete thread -- mp3 file
Complete thread -- and will redose
Complete thread -- agree, especially since you know he says that often and doesn't normally say hatched.
Complete thread -- sorry, no idea what BOS says, though I see no reason why they
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think etched makes more sense. Google "deeply hatched wrinkles"
Complete thread -- Ancef 2 g _____ every four hours. AND URINE OUTPUT: _____
Complete thread -- Most of the time, IC does not get vacation pay, matching 401 K or health
Complete thread -- I know how to do that, I'm just wondering if the BOS says they should be kept s.m.
Complete thread -- are you okay with the use of the word hatched here?
Complete thread -- wav file thanks
Complete thread -- Does the BOS say they should be kept together or is it okay to sepatate them on a s.m.
Complete thread -- there's a way in Word to keep things like that together, but I can't remember off hand how
Complete thread -- you could force a new line before the word first so they appear together on the next line
Complete thread -- well, we still sometimes hyphenate words that don't have the noun dire ...
Complete thread -- employment question
Complete thread -- Looking for opinions on dealing with hypenated words at the end of a sentence. s.m.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? had subcutic necrosis (as in subcuticular)
Complete thread -- ? had subcutic necrosis (as in subcuticular)
Complete thread -- to see what is the problem?
Complete thread -- was about to get treatment ______ problem
Complete thread -- Thanks. I heard the 'reasonable lee'. It makes sense. Will use that. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I was going to flag this spot.
Complete thread -- she changed her mind... She started to say A very large irregular
Complete thread -- This is so wild but a thought = ESC?
Complete thread -- reasonable to leave ?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- MP3
Complete thread -- physical?
Complete thread -- Someone had the same question in 2008 on MtStars...no answer, though.
Complete thread -- wheals
Complete thread -- Coumadin per *joint x* protocol - anyone?
Complete thread -- Doctor says generalized wheels that are itchy.
Complete thread -- NM. GATA3 gene. Thanks
Complete thread -- Tumor markers for lung cancer - s/l gad-uh 3 and ER TIA!
Complete thread -- The exam also did not demonstrate any definite __ evidence of a right-
Complete thread -- I think so. Thank you!
Complete thread -- This is localized to the C6 nerve root?
Complete thread -- Can you please listen in to the wav
Complete thread -- s/l tick necrosis
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. was about to send. ...
Complete thread -- She is having functional loss
Complete thread -- guess it can't be cracked. flagged. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant woman with longstanding numbness and tingling ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Labs in three months' return? three-month return? which is correct?
Complete thread -- can anyone share a tip when to use comma before "which?" thanks..
Complete thread -- I would not use any commas in that sentence.
Complete thread -- Review of systems is, otherwise, negative. Commas ok there?
Complete thread -- Rules for Comma Usage
Complete thread -- more...
Complete thread -- the Subject is "memory" so memory IS
Complete thread -- pathology, and as such, I have...
Complete thread -- Thanks for your answer. I relistened. It was stage I cee a, (CA) carcinoma.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot for that info.
Complete thread -- Cannot confirm a IC for breast cancer....
Complete thread -- Should this be IC? I can't con
Complete thread -- addendum can also google.com implant placed through areola sm ***
Complete thread -- a tip for next time. Google.com +your phrase pectoralis major divided on each side sm**
Complete thread -- Laugh. Yes, I did not even think of that. I just did not think submuscular implants are
Complete thread -- I can't envision what the 6 o'clock position of the axilla would be, so
Complete thread -- I don't see a reason to flag.
Complete thread -- Shouldn't 'areola' be 'axilla?' since this is a submuscular approach. Flagging
Complete thread -- Pretty sure this came up in a small in-house transcription co. I worked for years back and
Complete thread -- I think it just means memory IS intact for recent and remote events.
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Patient had excellent chemotherapy effect noted. Is this correct?
Complete thread -- smoldering would fit a lot better.
Complete thread -- Sounds like he is talking about National Resident Matching Program
Complete thread -- s/l stuttering?? Does that sound right? or what should it be?
Complete thread -- I hate when I don't know an answer for 100% and search & search, and this one does make
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! That makes sense to me :)
Complete thread -- Ok...after more searching, I found this:
Complete thread -- Thanks. It's quite clear so I'm going to give it to him.
Complete thread -- could work... because of his skills, he was a "match" for the opening?
Complete thread -- s/l match
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- innate skills
Complete thread -- because of his intelligence and work ethic and ___ skills.
Complete thread -- but, they 'should' say "memories" - you are right.
Complete thread -- I think you're overthinking and confusing yourself. :)
Complete thread -- I've often wondered same thing - I have one who dictates that exact phrase with "is" so I
Complete thread -- Yes, but if you unpack it, recent memory and remote memory are intact. Right?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- memory IS intact
Complete thread -- in deceased donor liver transplants, ...
Complete thread -- ischemic preconditioning ____ liver transplants
Complete thread -- "recent and remote memory" is or are intact? Brain has died this morning!
Complete thread -- yes, ty!
Complete thread -- Need comma after "pathology." Then I would put: and, as such, I have...nm
Complete thread -- I vote for and, as such, I ...
Complete thread -- hopefully you came up with SBP
Complete thread -- I would do it with the semicolons. nm
Complete thread -- nevermind - got it.
Complete thread -- Ty much.
Complete thread -- see sentence- Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- Got it - SIPS ( Serum Integrated Prenatal Screening).
Complete thread -- finite makes sense - a period of time with a beginning and and end.
Complete thread -- We will try to make this for a s/l fi-night period such as now until symptoms are und
Complete thread -- I've only done a few reports, but I keep crying because I'm thinking about how hard it is
Complete thread -- nah, that doesn't seem to fit since the baby isn't born??
Complete thread -- s/l she is eligible for such screening (maybe "said screening"?)
Complete thread -- SIDS ?
Complete thread -- , and, as such, or and as such,
Complete thread -- Obstetrics note...
Complete thread -- I think the semicolons are correct, but if you put "and" before chronic, then commas OK.
Complete thread -- I came up with another blank before finishing and flagged.
Complete thread -- I like the top one only because the bottom is confusing to read.
Complete thread -- punctuation - which is correct
Complete thread -- Looking at all the lists, they do list Zyprexa so zydis does make sense. Thanks
Complete thread -- Here is the history. I am between Zydis - although I have not seen anyone just say zydis
Complete thread -- I believe you are correct
Complete thread -- wav file. The first blank is not an issue. It is either 2 or 300. I only listed those
Complete thread -- I've never turned down any specialty and have had several cancers in my family,
Complete thread -- thanks. I was wondering about sellar area. In a few paragraphs down it sounds like that
Complete thread -- ciliary lesion maybe? - superotemporal or superior temporal, both seem acceptable
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l sali-area lesion (ophthalmology note)
Complete thread -- I don't know... I once had QA change all my "one-half" units to 1/2, so might depend on
Complete thread -- My sibling died of it at a very young age.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- One-half unit is correct.
Complete thread -- dictated as "one half unit" ...
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. I saw in archives someone said peripad was in Stedman's surgery words so
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'd go with Peri-Pad since it can be documented.
Complete thread -- anyone ???
Complete thread -- answered below?
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- with regard to thickness ?
Complete thread -- Correction - Obstetrics note below is a wav file
Complete thread -- He had a cardiac MRI done which appeared to be upper limit of normal with _____,
Complete thread -- s/l "forceps were for dystocia in the second stage"
Complete thread -- Obstetrics note
Complete thread -- "until at which point it was located" is what I hear
Complete thread -- retrograde and the _____ was located
Complete thread -- verbatim acct, how would you type this? says it multiple times in report
Complete thread -- clearly...or I should say...the posterior
Complete thread -- peripad? Peri-Pad? seeing both, unsure which is correct
Complete thread -- were both being clearly _______ the posterior of
Complete thread -- Plumber pipefitter, apprentice? journeyman, none sound right
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think positive comes before 3K, but can't get it. needs slowed down
Complete thread -- just guessingggg, kinda mumbly "with more than 3K positive bath"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sufficiently. ?
Complete thread -- He has been dialyzed _____. He is comfortable and
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l bob pipefitter TIA!
Complete thread -- a bit too fast, slow down on your end & relisten. Fluid access=excess I believe
Complete thread -- whatsya mean. You have or family has the disorder.
Complete thread -- good idea to flag, lots of new ones in trial. Thinking is meaning sm
Complete thread -- Anyone ever turn down an account because the specialty hits too close to home?
Complete thread -- AV access is patent ____ with 3K bath. He still has fluid access and stasis chan
Complete thread -- Good grief. It simply means a cerebral aneurysm caused by the carotid. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Should this be hyphenated? (see message)
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- fascicles
Complete thread -- realignment of the epineurium to keep the *fass calls* in place
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if he means "NovoRapid" but I am going to leave it blank - TY.
Complete thread -- s/l Novofast or Novovast?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- total protein, albumin, (not BUN)
Complete thread -- and now has them
Complete thread -- she ran out her binders and now _____ she states. Total protein
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- is it ionized calcium is 7.3 or "now his" calcium?
Complete thread -- He is supposed to be taking Tums, but he has not been taking
Complete thread -- ?? calcium and this was again reinforced with him. Phosporus
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- pull the weight off.
Complete thread -- has not been taking ____ phosphorus is 7
Complete thread -- improve and we do ____. His predialysis
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- occlusive?
Complete thread -- transiently?
Complete thread -- gradually?
Complete thread -- episodes of gastroparesis. ______ has been increased
Complete thread -- Pt seen regarding fall and change in mental status sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- issues with getting his clearance(s)?
Complete thread -- where he is getting his _____ because he cramps and we have
Complete thread -- three-step commands. _____ psychomotor slowing
Complete thread -- s/l near occluse disease
Complete thread -- Follows three-step commands. the mite* 247 psychomotor slowing.
Complete thread -- I think you got it with metaglene.
Complete thread -- Thanks, all! I've struggled with this forever, thinking it was possibly
Complete thread -- Is medical incorrect too and is it metaglene?
Complete thread -- MP3 file, I have a little word in there I cannot quite hear
Complete thread -- I do too now that I listened to it 20 times. Sorry.
Complete thread -- agree with medication-related.
Complete thread -- anesthetic related?
Complete thread -- could he be saying "dash" (for hyphen)?
Complete thread -- Informed consent for colonoscopy...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- provided
Complete thread -- The patient's hand are pretty thin, but they are nice and warm
Complete thread -- to improve. __________ disability of 7/19/13 through
Complete thread -- Is there such a thing as "heteronicity"?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- you're right, "on" doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- would that be "T4 and T11" or "T4 on T11"? sounds like on, but dont think it makes
Complete thread -- doc says heteroenicity. I cannot document that. I found eterogeneity
Complete thread -- for your reply!
Complete thread -- perfect nm
Complete thread -- perfect
Complete thread -- Tumor is ER/PR, HER-2/neu positive. comma okay there?
Complete thread -- a lot, got it!! bless you.
Complete thread -- if you know what your "name" is, you can type that in the new search
Complete thread -- look for yesterday's posts? I lost my post there. thanks.
Complete thread -- This poster always says "makes no sense" and "context" and read question sm
Complete thread -- I think you got it...no wonder I could not get any hits of it from goo ...
Complete thread -- Are you sure it's not Maxalt? It would help if we have a little more info such as does
Complete thread -- Hi I just wanna verify Max Out? is this a drug? How are you going to t ...
Complete thread -- Oh, it was your typo. Lol again. Yes, that's it. '..cornea to section and peel it off.
Complete thread -- Lol! Typo, sorry! Glad you caught it.
Complete thread -- clamps not clams! :-)
Complete thread -- tenses don't match. The gist is, he used clams to reflect the stump back, to section it
Complete thread -- How about this: (makes most sense)
Complete thread -- Perhaps, ...cornea section (w/o comma)
Complete thread -- That's what I hear. But it doesn't quite make sense the way it is said?
Complete thread -- s/l over the cornea, section, and peel it off. A large ...
Complete thread -- . Mosquito clamps were then used to reflect back the pterygium stump o ...
Complete thread -- Thank you for the kind words and thoughts
Complete thread -- we miss your expertise on the board!
Complete thread -- hey how are you?!
Complete thread -- Thank you I always get confused on this.
Complete thread -- Very well thank you! So nice to peek in again and hope you are doing well!
Complete thread -- effects (cause & effect... cause/radiation - effect....)
Complete thread -- some here, just don't SEE the big picture, can't think out the mechanics of task at hand
Complete thread -- Affect or effect in this case
Complete thread -- Thank you. nm
Complete thread -- usually 6-mercaptopurin - not sure what the abbreviation is.
Complete thread -- didn't hear the wav or what? "we don't know what is dictated do we?? we"
Complete thread -- Pt. w/ Crohn disease, treated with *6MU* and Humira, now Lialda/nm
Complete thread -- well shoot MT50, how ya been huh. I'm the one who asked for help editing my book.
Complete thread -- dosage fits
Complete thread -- there is a Zyprexa Zydis
Complete thread -- Psychiatric medications
Complete thread -- and I agree with the commas..
Complete thread -- Hey MT50! Long time no see!
Complete thread -- I would say so
Complete thread -- Is this punctuated correctly? THx
Complete thread -- I have never heard that abbreviation but it sounds more like that than my thought. Glad I
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh. Bet that is it! I did flag and moved on. Will send to QA. Tahnks
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