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Complete thread -- I heard instinct and indistinct didn't occur to me - I thought he must have misspoken. I
Complete thread -- Don't know if anyone's still reading this thread, but I ended up underlying the cannot
Complete thread -- Why do I bother defending you hateful creeps anyway? I'm going to start agreeing with the
Complete thread -- Well, you're probably one of those fat rednecks that give us ALL a bad name so
Complete thread -- way too many syllables and like Q said ... but it was answered below.
Complete thread -- Now aren't you precious.? Showed who "you" are, full of hatefulness UGH
Complete thread -- thanks for returning to share the blank
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- was just "funning" with you.
Complete thread -- budesonide/formoterol ?
Complete thread -- ah! thanks!! I think that makes sense considering her Kasai procedure, etc.
Complete thread -- bue-nas-er-ide pro-met-oh-lol 2 puffs inhalation twice a day. TIA!
Complete thread -- is rare? (maybe she means she is a rare case?)
Complete thread -- This is a complicated 29-year-old woman who _____ to present with abno ...
Complete thread -- Chill. I was only having a little fun because this board was so boring. Looks like it
Complete thread -- Yeah. I get to do the Snoopy dance!
Complete thread -- I'm soooo happy to have that mystery solved! Bravo!.
Complete thread -- of course
Complete thread -- of course
Complete thread -- fenestrated
Complete thread -- vomer removed with _______ Jansen-Middleton
Complete thread -- this is it
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- (To me) this is ridiculous. I'm going to have to start putting (to me) in all my posts.
Complete thread -- PLEASE DISREGARD! Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- accessory plantar flexion? sm
Complete thread -- For once, I am going to agree with you Darlene. That post deserved a groan.
Complete thread -- maybe not.... but all in same area and connected
Complete thread -- Don't think so as this is nasal septal surgery.
Complete thread -- The initial FDA drug listing stated 12 week course, cost $87,000
Complete thread -- No idea what you mean???. When I said TO ME(trying to emphasize "my" opinion"
Complete thread -- I'm sure most don't actually pay that much for it. Enbrel is over $3100.00 but people
Complete thread -- maybe ??? a guess "2-cm *cola stra*, is cholesteatoma
Complete thread -- or caudal strut?
Complete thread -- Column strut?
Complete thread -- ok, this answered my question below where I questioned the spur.
Complete thread -- Disregard.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure on your *word* but thought masseter is a muscle and wondering about a spur
Complete thread -- Wonder if "a faster" is really "a Ferris-Smith," (see link)
Complete thread -- Are you copying my style-"to me" in parentheses? Please try to be original and don't copy.
Complete thread -- Trying to provide link again
Complete thread -- You have a problem...I think it should be
Complete thread -- WOW, that is crazy! Thank you for your help!
Complete thread -- nope... too late now
Complete thread -- maxillary crest
Complete thread -- the wav is there now if you want to listen before someone posts a new one
Complete thread -- actually should be "week-four bloods" (i.e., blood tests) - it does make sense.
Complete thread -- Deviated ______ spur was removed
Complete thread -- ethmoid and vomer removed with *a faster* Jansen-Middleton and Takahashi forceps
Complete thread -- was obtained. Leaving a 2-cm *cola stra*, a right mucoperichondrial
Complete thread -- old wav still there so can't listen. It is a 12 week course, so maybe said
Complete thread -- Paraspinals are muscles so I don't think the statement contradicts radiculopathy which
Complete thread -- shucks, ok thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you so very much! :)
Complete thread -- too bad that regimen only has 4 drugs, or 5-therapy might have made sense.
Complete thread -- always have trouble trying to uploading. I've listened over and over
Complete thread -- By the way, perfect sound like...:)
Complete thread -- imiquimod
Complete thread -- Are you able to post voice file? Not sure your s/l reads right sm
Complete thread -- lesions have become thickened and are resistant to s/l*a-mick-wah-maude* therapy.
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- something "therapy" (s/l the *five* therapy?)
Complete thread -- PE-
Complete thread -- Distinct/cannot seems (to me) to be a contradiction of sorts, but upon listening it seems
Complete thread -- She has completed week six of the ____ AbbVie all-oral hepatitis C regimen through
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I can't make out anything, sorry. Not sure pharamacologically etc would make sense (to me)
Complete thread -- EMG experts- make sense?
Complete thread -- anyone hear pharmacologically investigated? would that even make sense?
Complete thread -- I believe she has had____ investigations and I have prescribed Colofac and Endep as
Complete thread -- She was saying what she heard not what she would type.
Complete thread -- hmmm... I actually heard the opposite - indistinct, can
Complete thread -- You don't type contractions,
Complete thread -- ack just found another definition for MLA "mean luminal area" I wanted to use it.
Complete thread -- minimal lumen area (MLA (is this right for your definition??
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Oh, MLA! LOL!
Complete thread -- No, that acronym wouldn't fit, but I saw many references to neointimal area.
Complete thread -- What was it? Neointimal area (NOA)?
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- distinct, can't
Complete thread -- The *N O A* was 1.18 mm2, compatible with severe stenosis.
Complete thread -- and this shows the lesion quite ____, but I *can/cannot* localize it.
Complete thread -- it is. I acknowledged through my cellphone. :-)
Complete thread -- hi guy - isn't it past your quitting time?
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- gained access? gotten access? (kinda sounds like he went from gained to gotten)
Complete thread -- Tourniquet was applied at 250 mmHg. I approached the wrist joint with ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ah
Complete thread -- Naropin?
Complete thread -- Then 20 cc of 0.5% *marabin* and
Complete thread -- dorsal nerve block
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think either one is okay but doughnut is more commonly used
Complete thread -- donut or doughnut
Complete thread -- Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- No, just the circumcision. nm
Complete thread -- not sure about the DNB, but Sweet-Ease (see link)
Complete thread -- Is there another procedure here besides the circumcision?
Complete thread -- trochlea with abrupt *s walls* and delaminating
Complete thread -- 0.3ml bilateral s/l DNB sweeties ....sm
Complete thread -- are they really hard on you if you flag?
Complete thread -- actually, now that I've listened again, I don't hear that at all
Complete thread -- absolutely - pretty sure you've got it.
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks
Complete thread -- can it be concomitant?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- pathognomonic
Complete thread -- pretty sure this isn't right
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Lateral compartment: Bucket-handle tear of a red-white zone of the la ...
Complete thread -- If you want to put this back up, I can give it a try.
Complete thread -- contaminant? not sure
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 16-year-old female who ruptured her ACL alon ...
Complete thread -- Today, I have discussed bilateral inverted T mastopexies and as the pa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- accents on?
Complete thread -- I also discussed a cervicofacial rhytidectomy with ____ elevating her ...
Complete thread -- good night and thanks. sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- I'm dozing off...so I think I'll call it a night. Goodnight all.
Complete thread -- And I really appreciate your efforts. Thanks so much for your help.
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks.
Complete thread -- So..."with jaw thrust and neck extension there was some"
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Yes...good ears.
Complete thread -- i am hearing neck extension also
Complete thread -- Best I can get is "with jaw thrust and ____ there was some"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think there's something else in there..."jaw thrust ___ there was some"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "jaw thrust there was some"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- It should be noted that with ____ improvement in the patient’s airway. ...
Complete thread -- Don't think it is fusion....see if propofol is given by infusion
Complete thread -- verbal
Complete thread -- The patient received fusion of propofol to a level where she was not a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 I think I hear "manifesting" but not sure
Complete thread -- #2 I think is "She is intolerant of CPAP."
Complete thread -- The patient is a 66-year-old female with a history of airway obstructi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- see link for 31575 in case I'm not picking up other words
Complete thread -- I hear "flexible"
Complete thread -- ____ laryngoscopy (CPT 31575). ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. That's a part of the procedure itself.
Complete thread -- like Q mentioned, correlate with exam (otolaryngology for 92502)
Complete thread -- This link might help you find the number.
Complete thread -- hearing 92502
Complete thread -- What exam under anesthesia is being done. Then we might find the CPT number
Complete thread -- Examination under anesthesia (CPT ____). ...
Complete thread -- Thanks to everyone who helped. I certainly didn't make things easier by
Complete thread -- Scroll down to below the comments section
Complete thread -- Go poi go!
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!!
Complete thread -- Found a description of a procedure (see link)...talks about partial isolation etc
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- saliva ejector!
Complete thread -- You have my sympathies.
Complete thread -- Just going by my own dental work...they would numb my
Complete thread -- funny, I just had this done today..I know they stuck cotton rolls in
Complete thread -- Sorry, I never did dental...I did find swab used in prep, but don't
Complete thread -- thought it might be some *type* of injector instead of "swab and"
Complete thread -- haa! forgot to blank the questionable area ... *swab and injector* ??
Complete thread -- The teeth were prepared with partial isolation with swab and injector ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- titanium
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot pie and q. :-)
Complete thread -- Mucoid secretions were removed. A Moretz ____ tube was inserted. Ofl ...
Complete thread -- Yes....I hear it now.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- left middle ear space?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "left cochlear space"????
Complete thread -- FINDINGS AT THE TIME OF OPERATION: Mucoid secretions ____ space. Nor ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dr Dennis Poe from Harvard Medical School. With Dr. Poe he
Complete thread -- He has also seen my international expert on eustachian tube, Dr. ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- has seen several clinicians (I tihnk)
Complete thread -- Got it....autophony (see link)
Complete thread -- The patient ____ and has undergone several different procedures in an ...
Complete thread -- egophony doesn't make sense to me, but think he said "included"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear for #1 that had included egophony....(but confirm be using)
Complete thread -- No...might be singular.
Complete thread -- s/b symptomS
Complete thread -- s/b tube-type
Complete thread -- #2 appears to be
Complete thread -- The patient has had a long frustrating history of patulous eustachian ...
Complete thread -- I don't "hear" it, but could he be saying "for further workup" ?
Complete thread -- present, an ultrasound will be obtained to ....(I'll let poi determine the ?further issue)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Gross inspection of the abdominal cavity revealed left indirect and di ...
Complete thread -- Could "further" be "for the workup. Gas was etc"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- If poi's suggestion is correct, then period after applier works.
Complete thread -- identify this further workup(?). Gas was allowed to escape
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- the cystic duct (not *and*)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- and the potential right direct hernia being present and ultrasound wil ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Note- no period after applier as sentence continues. I might
Complete thread -- After
Complete thread -- Cholangiogram exhibited normal filling of the biliary tree. Contrast ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- effusions during the better part of this past year
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "effusion throughout the better part of this past year and etc"
Complete thread -- and intervening middle ear effusion. ____ past year and has requested ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- wax-filled Angiocath (not anterior)
Complete thread -- He currently has a 4.5 cm wax-filled anterior ____ residing in the lef ...
Complete thread -- Thanks will try that, I get to point stop trying, too time consuming
Complete thread -- *thumbs up*
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sufficiently large to cover both
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- During this dissection, we also encountered an additional fascial defe ...
Complete thread -- oops typo virgin
Complete thread -- through virgiin skin
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- virgin
Complete thread -- Incision was made through ____ skin as there were several different sc ...
Complete thread -- Probably a good idea... The way the sentence is phrased, it is
Complete thread -- oh it makes sense now maybe its "salt intake" - thank you very much
Complete thread -- I think it's just a weird/amazing coincidence. probably going to blank this one.
Complete thread -- See if you can hear salt....apparently increasing fluids and salt in
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- nonvisible string
Complete thread -- I found this in a past report by him on another patient, but I can't figure out it
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Inability to remove intrauterine device due to ...
Complete thread -- yes, either.
Complete thread -- I find an LVP=large-volume paracentesis & LBP=Lipopolysaccharide (LPS) binding protein,but
Complete thread -- s/l*saun odante* - ESL
Complete thread -- liver transplant note: s/l No LVP/LBP? or SBP.
Complete thread -- fluff to tsk
Complete thread -- thanks for listening taco
Complete thread -- tyvm Q. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input.
Complete thread -- some Tylenol
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Oh, for Pete's sake (whoever he is)- can we just all agree to disagree instead of petty BS
Complete thread -- can't get the next one either...
Complete thread -- poi...
Complete thread -- I'm glad you got the right answer - and I appreciate your explanation.
Complete thread -- fluff (re: "transcribe and flag")
Complete thread -- Fluff to poi
Complete thread -- wake up! thanks for listening
Complete thread -- thanks lb
Complete thread -- buspirone is after Ventolin, but i can't get the next one.
Complete thread -- I don't know. He puts me to
Complete thread -- Nasonex, Advair, Ventolin, _______, Atarax
Complete thread -- You're probably not refreshing at the right time. You have click on "listen to Wav" then
Complete thread -- oh wait..can I be Chip?....
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- they were cute right?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- true. I'm just explaining why I didn't go with taco's suggestion
Complete thread -- While this may be true, we weren't privy to the rest of the report.
Complete thread -- Sometimes if I "empty" the cookies it will work better.
Complete thread -- reading this, Q and Poi remind me of Chip and Dale LOL!! :)
Complete thread -- yes, after listening repeatedly, I believe that is what he is saying. Thanks guys!
Complete thread -- I wasn't trying to make sense...lighten up. It is possible there was not a file
Complete thread -- he just might be
Complete thread -- with twisting?
Complete thread -- Does not make sense ha ha poi. Unable to get the file up.
Complete thread -- Is he saying "for twisting" ???
Complete thread -- bolus doesn't fit with her description of the feeding therapy in the rest of the report
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- 1 blank, unsure what he is saying. Note, doc dictates "colon, comma, period"
Complete thread -- Fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Oops.
Complete thread -- I've had similar problems but only today and yesterday, and not before.
Complete thread -- call IT...if that doesn't work, slow it down and relisten.
Complete thread -- For some reason, I can't get voice files 2 disconnect, close site XX, refresh etc,
Complete thread -- You should look at UR nasty, bully behavior mr/ms t Taco, really bad
Complete thread -- another oops...it wasn't poi who used fwiw on this thread (till now)
Complete thread -- Forget I mentioned it. I KNOW it is dictated like that all the time w/o seeing links!
Complete thread -- do you even know what "fwiw" means?
Complete thread -- yeah, I think so too. But oh well.
Complete thread -- Just click on the Find Box
Complete thread -- Oops. Here's link
Complete thread -- Yes, that true...even this MT transcription sample site uses
Complete thread -- yes but it is dictated that way all the time, year after year, MTs know it.
Complete thread -- I think you got it taco
Complete thread -- thanks - I think Q got it right
Complete thread -- yeah, well, that's not the worst thing she did in this report
Complete thread -- I note she says "at both" but proceeds to list 3 things!
Complete thread -- thanks so much. crystal clear now
Complete thread -- at bolus?
Complete thread -- you found the comment *nasty*, I say it wasn't, and I am the one
Complete thread -- at both
Complete thread -- It is the small things that make us look good as MTs, but who notices, right?
Complete thread -- If no improvement with all attempts ____ feeding therapy and increasing calories
Complete thread -- LOL! I know! We worked the full time allowed.
Complete thread -- Current online Merriam Webster shows the noun "full time" is not hyphenated.Makes me dizzy
Complete thread -- thx so much
Complete thread -- Yes. The link I provided below said hyphen varied depending
Complete thread -- what other interpretation could you give for "slow it down and relisten"?
Complete thread -- I have always hyphenated part-time and full-time where ever it is in a sentence, EXCEPT
Complete thread -- yeah, I thought "full-time" was one of those words that's always hyphenated?
Complete thread -- ty for explaining it to 'huh', Q. That's exactly what I meant.
Complete thread -- agree - telling an OP to "relisten" or "rewind" doesn't make much sense...
Complete thread -- She is saying the "P" in LEEP already means "procedure"
Complete thread -- huh redundant
Complete thread -- You, poi, may not interpret like the rest of us do. UR always negative and assuming
Complete thread -- According to this link and referenced by the Gregg Reference Manual, hyphenate adj and adv
Complete thread -- No idea without more context, but "LEEP procedure" is redundant.
Complete thread -- I think telling the OP to "slow it down" and relisten is rather
Complete thread -- Couldn't get the link to work...see inside message box
Complete thread -- you are linking this post?
Complete thread -- do you have a link to "subhepatic triangle"...unable to verify that phrase
Complete thread -- Trying the link again
Complete thread -- Could use more context...but I did find this in the archives...see if it helps..if not,
Complete thread -- LEEP PROCEDURE
Complete thread -- Yes. It is being used as an adverb "use it when?" (see link)
Complete thread -- see 3 posts below
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- my only poiint is, they usually give "something" with the Depo, not just Depo by itself.
Complete thread -- prefix sub=under,” “below,” “beneath
Complete thread -- fluff to T-
Complete thread -- sure, subhepatic triangle (of Calot).subhepatic space around Calot's triangle
Complete thread -- In this case, I'd say full time (but I'm not Q) :)
Complete thread -- Was that nasty comment really necessary, it might help OP
Complete thread -- full time, fulltime, or full-time?
Complete thread -- some of us don't need it slowed way down...
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- The sentence in the message box quoted from the link seemed pertinent to
Complete thread -- volume is correct
Complete thread -- Great (or are we weak?) minds think alike. LOL
Complete thread -- With run-on sentences in the world of "verbatim", edit/don't edit clients, etc
Complete thread -- I'm not so sure I hear "meeting" but yea, you got the rest right.
Complete thread -- I believe volume means the "amount" of (4 cc of volume containing etc)
Complete thread -- is here, therefore, for that. (only change I'd make)
Complete thread -- Taco -SM
Complete thread -- Taco -SM
Complete thread -- Maybe your acct wants it as "cc" but it should be mL.
Complete thread -- time-out procedure?
Complete thread -- Click on the word "volume" in the Find Box at the top of it will highlight it for you"
Complete thread -- Yes. (see link for some usage of the term)
Complete thread -- that does sorta sound like your fallcamet... so was that it?
Complete thread -- kind of a stretch - but could "volume" be "lidocaine"?
Complete thread -- planar views?
Complete thread -- ahhh! He is probably shortening it, "FEV1 percent" - thanks
Complete thread -- ...consent and performing a timeout meeting prior to the procedure, the patient was...
Complete thread -- I would think he is doing the FEV1/FVC percentage (see message and
Complete thread -- hmm. _____ prep is in there but? Slow way down on your end, then relisten
Complete thread -- The patient was subsequently given 4 cc of *volume* containing 120 mg of Depo-Medrol
Complete thread -- makes me think of someting like "false cement"
Complete thread -- no clue, but thinking coul"d be a "file cabinets"
Complete thread -- radiocontrast solution and ________ of fluoroscopy demonstrating a lumbar epidurogram
Complete thread -- Is this sentence ok for punctuation?
Complete thread -- s/l mic or nic kel ez "looks" like Mikulicz (operation) pure guess tho.
Complete thread -- , I performed a time-out_____. The patient was placed in
Complete thread -- do we know the pt's occupation by any chance?
Complete thread -- patient was emptying s/l 'fallcamets" and lifted a box and felt pain in the back
Complete thread -- In the thread below, no one could find such a thing...I don't
Complete thread -- what does doc mean here "FEV 1%" (not FEV1) see msg plse
Complete thread -- also, never trust their spelling.
Complete thread -- They never pronounce things right.
Complete thread -- thank you for trying
Complete thread -- can't think of anything
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- male or female? age?
Complete thread -- PSH
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I use power mp3 recorder, very easy to use
Complete thread -- That would make more sense since it would be the radial nerve, not ulnar.
Complete thread -- thanks for that Q
Complete thread -- ahhh duhh thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Chlor-Trimeton (T capped)
Complete thread -- Chlor-trimeton
Complete thread -- drug that s/l Clor Trimeton
Complete thread -- Could it be: ....retracted directly over the nerve? That's what i hear.
Complete thread -- Naprosyn 500 mg EC p.o. b.i.d. p.c. I think is what this means
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- cription for Naprosyn 500 mg, *E C P O B I A D P C* as well as Ultram 50 mg
Complete thread -- ...retracted ___ ulnar nerve
Complete thread -- The superior border of the brachioradialis was _______ over the nerve ...
Complete thread -- Sientra?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Yes, he's saying subhepatic triangle. I would probably give it to him
Complete thread -- oops more info
Complete thread -- and a 315 cc smooth, round *siancha*, moderately high profile implant
Complete thread -- urology
Complete thread -- divided with cautery. The _____ was further dissected. (in case I am hearing incorr
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- isn't a powder that you stir into a drink? I'd say that counts as a drink.
Complete thread -- it comes in a powder to mix in fluid
Complete thread -- reflection?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I can't find any hits at all for subhepatic triangle.
Complete thread -- When asked to list everything she ate in the past 24 hours, she reported chocolate
Complete thread -- says SUB clearly
Complete thread -- will check
Complete thread -- might it be cystohepatic?
Complete thread -- I live with musicians and singers, and Audacity was the program they used when they were
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot - will take a look
Complete thread -- The medial and lateral peritoneal *flecks* divided with cautery.
Complete thread -- by the way, the top one, Audacity, is great, but it's kind of a steep learning curve.
Complete thread -- honestly. what a jerk.
Complete thread -- maybe something here (see link). good luck.
Complete thread -- The subhepatic *triangle* was further dissected.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me.
Complete thread -- clean Ioban drape. *Universal stop and time out* were performed.
Complete thread -- where's the fire?
Complete thread -- thanks. I have Windows 7. I've been using RecordPad, but it suddenly wants me to pay.
Complete thread -- ditto. which they apparently really mucked up in Windows 7 and beyond, unfortunately.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- a few ?S
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- brought to the operating room _____ procedure.
Complete thread -- i use sound recorder in xp
Complete thread -- OPERATIVE FINDINGS: Lateral malleolar fracture with mortise disrupt ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- what sound recorders do you all use? I just tried downloading one and it keeps closin
Complete thread -- I agree. Ignore my previous post.
Complete thread -- just tangential oblique tear
Complete thread -- i am hearing tangential and oblique tear
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I didn't hear the wav but what was apparently said doesn't make
Complete thread -- Tendons show?
Complete thread -- Lateral compartment: Lateral horn of the meniscus tear. ____ oblique ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a complete ACL tear.
Complete thread -- I think it might be "and Betagan" but I will verify. Thanks, everyone! NM
Complete thread -- The patient underwent MRI imaging showing ____ ACL tear, a lateral men ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- walk without feelings of
Complete thread -- The patient was treated with open reduction and internal fixation for ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- cut as to introduce?
Complete thread -- good night and thanks. sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- An anterior interval capsular release was then carried out to the ante ...
Complete thread -- That about covers the world...
Complete thread -- good afternoon
Complete thread -- Good morning :)
Complete thread -- Past my bedtime. Goodnight all.
Complete thread -- Listen for Q's suggestion of
Complete thread -- otherwise I have nothing else to suggest...sorry
Complete thread -- or could the "im" = "and" such as "and Betagan" ???
Complete thread -- Patanol comes to mind but it's not for
Complete thread -- What is the medication before your s/l?
Complete thread -- The sentence is just a listing of the patient's meds - Imdur, Lipitor, simvastatin, etc.NM
Complete thread -- No, it's just a list of all the patient's meds with no dosages given. NM
Complete thread -- also what is actual sentence...reason is there is a med called Betagan, but that
Complete thread -- Any dosage given?
Complete thread -- You got that
Complete thread -- S/L "impetigone" eye drops in a patient with glaucoma. thanks!
Complete thread -- I don't hear it now either. Bad answer. I sort of hear "was __" as per below now.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. flagging. healthier that way. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- typo...It says to me he followed (not the)
Complete thread -- It says to me the followed the procedure using the standard component steps (whatever
Complete thread -- I agree - just saying what I hear. My doctors don't always make sense either. ;)
Complete thread -- Then the only word I hear clearly is "steps" ... sorry
Complete thread -- s/l with component steps but what would that even mean?
Complete thread -- Only "was" doesn't make sense in the context.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. he says "period paragraph"
Complete thread -- was ___ in steps?
Complete thread -- I hear something like "with _____ steps." (but not really sure)
Complete thread -- What comes after the blank besides "period"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Having completed this, a chondroplasty was also performed in this comp ...
Complete thread -- ha, not sure it's exact but I know the word "position" is there.
Complete thread -- I like that.
Complete thread -- It was in a secured position and solidly remained...
Complete thread -- oh sorry. didn't saw that. Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I don't understand. I showed that in my response.
Complete thread -- can it be "and solidly remained attached?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Can't get that last bit of blank.
Complete thread -- Having completed this, the labrum was evaluated. It was ?then sec ...
Complete thread -- The anchor was noted to be stable. Having completed this, the labrum ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Think he corrects himself to "dynamically, first in ?traction, the etc"
Complete thread -- Next, in a separate procedure, an arthroscopic femoral osteoplasty was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- reason I am not sure about the "and" ....see link
Complete thread -- ?and initial internal rotation views (though not sure if he's saying "and") See what
Complete thread -- horizontal tearing as well as detachment of the labrum from the same p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and continued hip pain (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- He was provided with risks, benefits, and alternatives to surgery incl ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Found confirmation of gerund spelling as camming..see link
Complete thread -- The verb form is spelled camming in the dictionary. And he's using
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. should i write camming? or cam'ing?
Complete thread -- What I hear is "camming"...as in a cam deformity of the hip...See what you think
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Right hip labral delamination/tear with ...
Complete thread -- I've got insomnia, so I'll hang around for a bit more.
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Good night and sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Nite poi.
Complete thread -- No "they" would reference back to the subject noun (synovitis)...tendons are
Complete thread -- I am sure I am missing something, but going to bed. Nite all!
Complete thread -- wouldn't they reference back to the tendons?
Complete thread -- If you felt you had to edit, you could make it "Once the tendons were
Complete thread -- He still has the misspeak of "they" referencing back to the "synovitis", but
Complete thread -- Thanx for the "they were"
Complete thread -- oh, but you knew that already :)
Complete thread -- it is tendonS
Complete thread -- they were allowed
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Only problem is that "it" doesn't make sense, since it refers back to synovitis
Complete thread -- #1 I think I hear "it was allowed to return to (?into) the wound"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- s/b off the tendons (plural)
Complete thread -- #2 of the finger there was no
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- adherent and essentially adhering the two tendons together
Complete thread -- Once the synovitis was cleaned off the tendon, ____ the wound and with ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think he's changing his mind to end up with
Complete thread -- The FDS and FDP tendons were then elevated out of the wound, and clean ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and adhering the two tendons (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- oh, I meant "and" is implied after left atrium. pretty sure you figured *that* out. :)
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Very thickened A1 pulley with significant synovitis around ...
Complete thread -- thanks, the images help. I didn't realize there was overlap of the structures there.
Complete thread -- got it, thanks. just put a comma there (the "and" is implied).
Complete thread -- I think this suggestion was wrong, but you deleted mp3. I know you figured that out
Complete thread -- I think he got lost in his sentence and said "there is" twice. What
Complete thread -- ah! okay, thanks. the whole thing was making me lysdexic, lol.
Complete thread -- esophagus. In the subcarinal region
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense, but not sure how to explain without drawing a picture
Complete thread -- Adjacent to the posterior superior aspect of the left atrium ____ adjacent to the...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "which it was NOT unstable etc"
Complete thread -- She did have a tear of the posterior horn of the lateral meniscus at t ...
Complete thread -- Doesn't anyone else hear the "but"...actually he says "but uh"
Complete thread -- yeah! that's better
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. that's is what i am hearing now.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- significant wear on the ?
Complete thread -- I hear "but significantly more in the"
Complete thread -- I guess you would need to back it up further to check, but that is what I hear
Complete thread -- it makes sense because he makes comment about "other areas"
Complete thread -- actually not sure that makes sense since he is talking about the trochlea in the first
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- significantly more on the
Complete thread -- She had some significant wear of the trochlea on her knee, grade 3, al ...
Complete thread -- , mainly on the medial side, ?
Complete thread -- I actually think her s/l Brenda Haley disorder is just behavior disorder, but
Complete thread -- I had the right lower extremity prepped and draped in normal standard ...
Complete thread -- Thanks to poi. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanx.
Complete thread -- released it again distally in the fibrous arcade here distally, as wel ...
Complete thread -- I thought I heard "arcade" in there...What did it turn out to be?
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- We also released it distally in the ____ distally as well as made sure ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Now I'm putting my word in his mouth..."but felt" as poi said
Complete thread -- Ah. That makes sense in this context.
Complete thread -- it looked better
Complete thread -- incredibly
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- but felt he would benefit
Complete thread -- The nerve did not look ____ healthy but once we released the tissue ar ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- The parentheses is me speaking...he says "but think etc"
Complete thread -- #2 cervical spine issues, milder issues distally, but (I think)
Complete thread -- clawing? issues with his hand?
Complete thread -- Thank you both for the suggestions. Need to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- #1 Could he be saying "significant clawing issues with his hand" ???
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 cervical spine
Complete thread -- Wish we could hear...your suggestion is certainly interesting.
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- The patient is a 72-year-old male who had a significant ____ issues wi ...
Complete thread -- He COULD be changing his mind at the point where he said "which was" ..and
Complete thread -- REM sleep behavior disorder?
Complete thread -- sandimmune interaction?
Complete thread -- Sorry. This is taking a long time. Do what you must. If I find something, I'll post
Complete thread -- can it be, "biceps-labral complex. He did have a gross peel-back ...
Complete thread -- I'm running into something called benzhydrol and thinking it might
Complete thread -- my opinion...they *just* got in the shoulder and are describing what they see,
Complete thread -- This is what made me think "ablated" see link
Complete thread -- I was leaning toward heated....since he may be using a thermal probe, but
Complete thread -- Disregard..I do see some use the adjective form
Complete thread -- heeded of?? (for the blank, what do you think Q?)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- think it s/b biceps-labrum complex (noun, not adjective)
Complete thread -- _____ gross peel-back and A loose (I don't think ablative...abraded)
Complete thread -- in part of the blank I think I hear "gross peel back" (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think "ablative" s/b "ablated"
Complete thread -- this may be s/l sane women interaction or possibly s/l Brenda Haley disorder. TIA!
Complete thread -- Upon entrance into the shoulder, *severe arthritic changes of the glen ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- pustular
Complete thread -- The lid was inverted and a #10 blade was used to incise the chalazion ...
Complete thread -- I think it is Taco who is trying to impress and wants attention
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- leg pain experienced with true flexion,,
Complete thread -- Ranges of motion of lumbar spine, low back pain with leg pain with ___ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- This is to be performed by Dr. Higa
Complete thread -- Dr. Higa (he did my chole surgery! haha)
Complete thread -- She reports difficulty sleeping, insomnia due to the pain. She stated ...
Complete thread -- a temporary agency
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the info
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- bachelor's
Complete thread -- She has graduated with her ____ and is returning for a Master’s degree ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- earlier this year by Dr. Smith at Sierra Pacific Orthopedic group
Complete thread -- She also reports having a lumbar epidural injection ____ orthopedic gr ...
Complete thread -- TYVM poi, your suggestion above helped a lot.
Complete thread -- I think you got it!
Complete thread -- I am hearing "but nothing to suggest any fistula or infection" but not sure
Complete thread -- TY, any idea with my first blank?
Complete thread -- ____ does not suggest any fistula or infection?
Complete thread -- #2 fistula infection.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- suction is also called de-airing by some dictators, expelling air to prevent embolus
Complete thread -- might relisten for either steep or deep Trendelenburg
Complete thread -- personal - guess I better call it a day
Complete thread -- fluff to taco
Complete thread -- yeah...
Complete thread -- not a problem...they way it reads, it does sound like I am anxious to post
Complete thread -- but I still think it is "vent" - what I'm not so sure of is "of the"
Complete thread -- oh, sorry poi, I thought you were asking if that poster was "done?" so you could post
Complete thread -- I didn't think it was vent...that is why I posted my answer
Complete thread -- the MP3 is "vent" and you never posted the other wav
Complete thread -- this one is vent - it was answered a long time ago
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- If you're waiting to post, you should go for it
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- debrided of calcium -- did you ever get your answers below?
Complete thread -- was further debrided ______ using a combination
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- done?
Complete thread -- also called the "suture ring"...
Complete thread -- e.g., "through the sewing ring" or some such (if not, repost your audio)
Complete thread -- even though I can't hear your wav - listen for something "sewing ring"
Complete thread -- the wav and the mp3 is the same
Complete thread -- dunno. I would flag since you can't be sure
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wav doesn't correspond to above text. Trendelenburg, crossclamp, etc.
Complete thread -- Trendelenburg position, adequate suction of the aortic root ______. After a total
Complete thread -- All sutures were placed _____ring.
Complete thread -- maybe the RN's name is "Vi" (pronouncing it vee" and then spelling it?)
Complete thread -- not sure what's going on - thanks for trying
Complete thread -- I dunno. He listed 4 caregivers' names in the previous paragraph, none have those initial
Complete thread -- Maybe he has an RN whose initials are BI come by?
Complete thread -- patient has Churg-Strauss syndrome so sm
Complete thread -- I'd consider Hospital for Special Surgery, which is in NY and
Complete thread -- not certain what he is saying Clinic is in Reedsport, Oregon
Complete thread -- intraperitoneal therapy?
Complete thread -- I cannot document that hospital either, maybe it's A hosital thanks.
Complete thread -- could IP therapy mean some kind of therapy for a port b/c ..sm
Complete thread -- I can't find a Hospital for Professional Services either
Complete thread -- can you document that hospital?
Complete thread -- I can't find a hospital by that name. maybe "a hospital for" ??
Complete thread -- Hospital for Professional Services and he was just dragging out the Pr ...
Complete thread -- i relistened and I think it's sm
Complete thread -- I think he madeit up
Complete thread -- Hospital for Professional ???? Services in NY
Complete thread -- agree, no MP3 there at all now.
Complete thread -- agree (valve's)
Complete thread -- don't hear anything now
Complete thread -- I don't hear any mp3
Complete thread -- valve or valve's?
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- During the _____ preparation, 15 pledgeted sutures were
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Hmmm... I heard "Indux" so I googled Indux allograft and voila! There it was!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- agree - either a period or a semicolon
Complete thread -- And here it is at Biomet (see link)
Complete thread -- I just found it myself...see link
Complete thread -- i hear it but I can't document it for some reason
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That must be it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- See thread further up the page.
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- still hear old wav
Complete thread -- Impressive!
Complete thread -- annulus was further debrided ______ using a combinatio
Complete thread -- I'd make a new sentence after initially. It was then...
Complete thread -- induction Actifuse (no "and")?
Complete thread -- recorded?
Complete thread -- Indux (I hear it clear as day)
Complete thread -- The photographic evidence of those mucosal layers was _______. Bronchi ...
Complete thread -- arrested and
Complete thread -- could he be saying induction?
Complete thread -- the myocardium was _____ protected with warm
Complete thread -- The umbrellas are more of a distraction than the posts are. I wouldn't have even noticed
Complete thread -- Well, first off, I don't hear "in depths" as I thought before.
Complete thread -- same question but can't hear any of that so thought I would try
Complete thread -- sorry, it's a wav
Complete thread -- I don't hear it either...and isn't this the same as the thread further down the page?
Complete thread -- Regarding your comma after "then" ....we get to have a
Complete thread -- Except in your link it states further down the page that the exception
Complete thread -- *hear it here, not here it here
Complete thread -- I don't hear any MP3
Complete thread -- I can hear description now too
Complete thread -- allograft including _____ and Actifuse putty.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Who cares? Maybe someone wants more info on celiac.
Complete thread -- He is saying something about description of the operation.
Complete thread -- Ty, ty.
Complete thread -- taco to the rescue! answer above.
Complete thread -- the tulip heads
Complete thread -- Introductory prepositional phrase...see link
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Need some younger ears here....can someone help?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I must disagree with comma after years..."only an
Complete thread -- I think she provided consent and don't know what he's saying after operation
Complete thread -- meant to take out she verified her... wasn't sure about that - didn't even realize i left
Complete thread -- Not sure also about "until"....could he be saying "into" ?
Complete thread -- You need changes...I think he's actually saying
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- You could get away with using semicolons as well...my take
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- see link - they even have an allograft depth measurement guide
Complete thread -- We then placed a rod into the _____ heads of the screws
Complete thread -- Why don't you stop acting and looking like a .......Just wanna fight right
Complete thread -- nothing there. are you asking about what he says after operation?
Complete thread -- oops typo Augmatrix®;
Complete thread -- pure guess Augmatric ?... Actifuse; Alloflex®; Amplex™; Augmatrix®; )
Complete thread -- benefits, and alternatives, she verified her _______ consent to the operation.
Complete thread -- I've been doing a pediatric GI account for years, and she almost always dictates celiac
Complete thread -- Amplex?
Complete thread -- Wonder if saying "in depths"
Complete thread -- Here's my take...
Complete thread -- Grafts used are autograft, allograft including *index* and Actifuse putty.
Complete thread -- the question is what goes in the blank - if your answer is "afib" then that's your answer.
Complete thread -- Again taco, UR are not getting it at all, "Celiac" very pertinent was whole ball of wax
Complete thread -- Yes, it did, different opinion, recurrence of Afib more likely (the purpose for ablation
Complete thread -- If you hear "type" then that's your answer. Nobody needs info on what celiac means.
Complete thread -- yes it does, celiac "type" (panel/profile) serologies, guess you don't understand.
Complete thread -- thank you all so much!
Complete thread -- *deep breath, heavy sigh*
Complete thread -- I think he's just stretching out irritable bowel...
Complete thread -- sorry - this post goes under OP, not under nm's post
Complete thread -- it *might* be "a little irritable bowel" or maybe just stretching out iiiirritable bowel
Complete thread -- I think ** is instead of the patient's name and she doesn't need help there
Complete thread -- ☂ this does not answer the question
Complete thread -- past history of irritable bowel, (nothing else here) cholecystectomy
Complete thread -- ☂ this does not answer question - it is just more info on celiac
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything there
Complete thread -- ablation purpose(create a scar) to block signals that cause Afib
Complete thread -- in the setting of a past history of ___ irritable bowel, a cholecystectomy, bipolar a
Complete thread -- amylase, lipase, celiac type (as in panel/profile) serologies. I don't heard thyroid
Complete thread -- Ok thanks.
Complete thread -- agree with above - you need that comma after "ease off"
Complete thread -- I'd change it to "ease off, and over the last several years it has been...
Complete thread -- Correct comma placement here?
Complete thread -- thank you, one and all!
Complete thread -- agree with thyroid
Complete thread -- follow up (not followup).
Complete thread -- i heard thyroid too
Complete thread -- celiac panel as well as ____ ?? (what I think I heard?)
Complete thread -- Ah, I see, and you're right.
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- thyroid (?)
Complete thread -- oops not type - I don't think
Complete thread -- lipase, and celiac and ______ (instead of type) serologies.
Complete thread -- not enough context given, but....
Complete thread -- what's the patient's diagnosis?
Complete thread -- but I have no idea why a "fall" has anything to do with ablation?
Complete thread -- true. I actually started out by googling seromatous drainage and it led me somehow to
Complete thread -- googling seromatous by itself gives a few reliable hits.
Complete thread -- *Conclusion, not Conculsion
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- fall and if this should recur, she would become a candidate ???
Complete thread -- sorry - hit enter too fast. ignore
Complete thread -- agree - sounds fine to me.
Complete thread -- googling "seromatous fluid" gives you some reliable hits
Complete thread -- chance of recurrence of ______ become a candidate for repeat ablation session
Complete thread -- googling
Complete thread -- maybe just "seroma drainage" and he's making an adjective out of seroma?
Complete thread -- seromatous drainage ? sm pls
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- It just means if it's not what it should be in her particular case
Complete thread -- I agree. I think it fits fine
Complete thread -- it doesn't seem to make sense to me
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. Now I get it. :)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- okay so if it's bridging therapy then what word (pls sm)
Complete thread -- What's wrong with "off for her"
Complete thread -- bridging "with" would
Complete thread -- I don't know, but in the previous sentence, I don't think the "and" belongs.
Complete thread -- therapy
Complete thread -- what word fits here?
Complete thread -- She is going to consider all alternatives ____ etc.
Complete thread -- bridging ?? Coumadin
Complete thread -- IP therapy? pls sm
Complete thread -- I'm not the OP. Fuse just didn't make sense.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I knew that "fuse" didn't make sense.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- to tease the L5 nerve root off...
Complete thread -- Maybe "to ease the nerve root off."
Complete thread -- "to fuse the L5 nerve root OFF" Does that makes sense?
Complete thread -- I didn't hear "at the time of"
Complete thread -- at the nerve root sheath
Complete thread -- *I used a Penfield #4 to fuse the L5 nerve root off the disc extrusion ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- L4-5 uh stenosis
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything in the blank. Just hear "L4-5 stenosis. Next is L4-5..."
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Left leg radiculopathy. 2. L4-L5 ___ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to clear out?
Complete thread -- The patient had a generalized synovectomy noted ____ the joint space a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and over-tied some ... I sized her and I put
Complete thread -- With the capsule, I did have to open up her pectoralis major muscle su ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- for purposes of
Complete thread -- sweet dreams
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Ruptured right silicone implants with caps ...
Complete thread -- good night
Complete thread -- Goodnight everyone.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot to you both
Complete thread -- forgot to say: look up TPAL in Archives (top left of board)
Complete thread -- BoS2, page 290...with hyphens
Complete thread -- hyphens
Complete thread -- Is it para 2-1-0-2 or para 2 1 0 2?
Complete thread -- Ty to both helpers I will just flag this one.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "ulcerating ___ of reactive changes.etc" Also think "or hyperplastic etc"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- ulcerating _________??
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Correction...at her home as I suspect it will recur (I think)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Southern
Complete thread -- She has no signs of sepsis. I have given the patient some extra dress ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dr ____, her primary care physician, find a ...etc
Complete thread -- We have tried to communicate with Loma Linda where she is getting her ...
Complete thread -- LOL !
Complete thread -- still laughing..I missed your *warts*
Complete thread -- haha...I was wondering what duct tape occlusion therapy had to do with testicular torsion
Complete thread -- ???canalicular???
Complete thread -- L4-5 has s/l cuh-nic-yuh-ler encroachment with lateral recess stenosis. TIA!
Complete thread -- I hear this now too. Good one pie!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think you are right...I think I hear "grasp"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Then a forceps was used to grasp the ?
Complete thread -- forceps used to dissect the...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Then a forceps was used throughout the" ..."underlying Tenon's"
Complete thread -- Pterygium was then dissected off of the cornea using muscle hook to pa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to balloon the
Complete thread -- Then, 2% lidocaine with epinephrine on 30-gauge needle injected into t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Found "It Works Fat Fighter" see link (not evaluated by FDA) Can U hear that?
Complete thread -- cast shoes so she can
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE PLAN OF CARE: She will be weightbearing as tolerated on ...
Complete thread -- Medications: Topamax 200 mg, Advil, s/l wood fat fighter and colon cleanse.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- wouldn't slip in the joint
Complete thread -- That it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- MINIVELLE® (estradiol transdermal system
Complete thread -- wanted to flip in the joint?
Complete thread -- it *might* help to have sentences before and after
Complete thread -- Once the arthroscopic evaluation was over, I focused medially. I noti ...
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- s/l miniville hormone replacement therapy
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I think I hear "which (or "it") just caused pain."
Complete thread -- it just caused pain
Complete thread -- Fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Upon evaluation, she has slight swelling of the posterior tibial tendo ...
Complete thread -- up on her tippy-toes.
Complete thread -- She states that it was hurting on the inside part of her ankle, worse ...
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- well, I had you older since I didn't graduate till age 24, but I gotcha! Did
Complete thread -- I'm a bit older than that. I was 16-19 when I worked there. You do the math ;)
Complete thread -- I find there is a wart treatment abbreviated DTOT (duct tape occlusion therapy)(see
Complete thread -- Understand that, but if I put nothing, then people ask what's next. I just try to
Complete thread -- ...know not to put that in. (dang Enter key)
Complete thread -- though, actually what we want is "pertinent" stuff after, but anyway, glad you
Complete thread -- ah, gotcha. cool. :)
Complete thread -- Thank you, and no. The "next paragraph" is for the benefit of those who want
Complete thread -- no idea, but hope you're not really putting/leaving "Next paragraph" in the report?
Complete thread -- hmmmm...did you just tell us your age Q??
Complete thread -- He had testicular torsion and had a s/l dee-tot done in childhood. TIA!
Complete thread -- Ty for the advice.
Complete thread -- I think you need some other punctuation there then..though hard
Complete thread -- Tyvm poi.
Complete thread -- I deliberately ended it abruptly as name of patient was mentioned and he did say "which"
Complete thread -- the mp3 ends abruptly, but I would think "The pt tolerated..." would be a new sentence
Complete thread -- they are nonspecific
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Great. Thank you very much!!
Complete thread -- yep, OP did say TCC was the answer.
Complete thread -- and lap sponges, etc.
Complete thread -- valvular heart disease
Complete thread -- . He is not aware of any ____ or heart disease at all.
Complete thread -- I fold...
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- Would expect "due to inability to count" meaning for some reason
Complete thread -- was performed to inability *to count* prior to start of
Complete thread -- job security, though, and hey, if they want to pad my lines for me I shouldn't bitch, eh?
Complete thread -- You mean how you routinely insult and bully others here, ha
Complete thread -- I hear ya. Anything to keep us conflusi (borrowed from bkloli)
Complete thread -- On another occasion could hear called Nitrolingual Pumpspray 0.4mg
Complete thread -- C-Qur TacShield (terms: secure tack, SecureStrap, hernia, mesh)
Complete thread -- I'll see your link and raise you a link...
Complete thread -- could be... we'd need the whole sentence to be sure. I'm starting to see...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- also this link from the archives...
Complete thread -- plugging your s/l into a phonetic search on drugs.com, I found "pertuzumab"
Complete thread -- hey 7...
Complete thread -- or maybe the SPR would be spray?
Complete thread -- chemotherapy, status post s/l pruh-dooz-uh-mab and cetuximab with paclitaxel. TIA!
Complete thread -- yep -like 7 says, 'act' is for 'actuation' (PR was probably prn, but you didn't give the
Complete thread -- Do not have time to research it, but see the link.
Complete thread -- I thought that was the OP (ty) coming back to say it was TCC...
Complete thread -- thank you so much! I could not hear that at all before and now I can :)
Complete thread -- airway
Complete thread -- ?TCP (thrombocytopenia)
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- "per actuation" refers to the spray dose of nitro
Complete thread -- Someone else should get it if you can wait a
Complete thread -- sorry, I just don't know, will have to flag, thanks for trying
Complete thread -- Is ACS in there for acute coronary syndrome (protocol)?
Complete thread -- sorry, then says: Sublingual spray prn
Complete thread -- No idea what doc means: Nitro spray 0.4 mg "per A C T S P R" she spells that
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Will review with the radiologist
Complete thread -- or maybe just will review with the radiologist
Complete thread -- review the results with the radiologist?
Complete thread -- still hear the old wav
Complete thread -- Will ______radiologist.
Complete thread -- ahhh...blank after the 23...now that makes sense. good job Q!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- Yeah! I think that rates a Snoopy dance...see link
Complete thread -- I think you are correct, now that I listen again.
Complete thread -- I hear "A 23 ACMI cystoscope"
Complete thread -- I've never used the term personal attack. Think that is poi.
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- me either ?
Complete thread -- I don't hear any missing word
Complete thread -- usual fashion. A _____ 23-French cystoscope was entered into the bladder.
Complete thread -- muscle in ....When all the tumor was removed, the
Complete thread -- this has an MP3
Complete thread -- Thank you all. ...
Complete thread -- completion including ______ specimen AND the bladder. _____ tumor was removed
Complete thread -- Agree with you cuckoo, cuckoo... - t
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Yes, and it sounds very childish on their part.
Complete thread -- who is not helpful?
Complete thread -- not helpful
Complete thread -- Yes patient has heart problem. ...
Complete thread -- agree - I am so sorry you have to listen to that.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- intraluminal endoscope??
Complete thread -- maybe a Glenn procedure for a heart defect?
Complete thread -- You sure use the term personal attack a lot, you R are the attacker as far as I see
Complete thread -- oh gosh...I can recommend a good speech therapist for him
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I don't clearly hear it, but this link uses "cueing" when talking about step-to
Complete thread -- I think it might be TCC.
Complete thread -- draped in sterile fashion. _____ scope was inserted.
Complete thread -- I'm researching
Complete thread -- HEMATURIA, RULE OUT *C C C*
Complete thread -- thank you! for #1 does he say "maximal cues" ??
Complete thread -- I think for #2 (he ends up spelling) step-to
Complete thread -- thank you! I am "thinking" I hear for #1 "maximal cues" ??
Complete thread -- #2 - Step-to - he spells it out.
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- Thanks all for looking. I have handed report in with a blank. ...
Complete thread -- For the hard "e" sound I would have typed lee (as you did)
Complete thread -- lih as in lid
Complete thread -- BTW sun, you don't need to re-post what you post on the
Complete thread -- The patient is 2-year-old ...
Complete thread -- How old is the patient?
Complete thread -- No it is not GERD.. ...
Complete thread -- Looks like someone is trying to pull whatever they can out of their ass to insult us.
Complete thread -- You have no idea what I know..but I definitely have no idea what either of these
Complete thread -- history of "neglect"? (first syllable under breath...)
Complete thread -- Q- what does "lih-kid" sound like? Lee-kid? curious
Complete thread -- You know nothing about Hawaiian poi either.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "history of GERD" ????
Complete thread -- How funny! I have *zero* experience with restaurant food, so all my tacos are homemade.
Complete thread -- cuckoo... cuckoo...
Complete thread -- Preop diagnosis: Failure to thrive and history of ________ (s/l glen). ...
Complete thread -- I agree - the more info you give, the more help you'll get. (SM)
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- Always give the text before and following the s/l, as that can help.
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway! ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- All I can think of to fit your context is likewise, but that's not very close to your s/l.
Complete thread -- got it, triple antigen vaccine. Thank you!
Complete thread -- "lie-kid" Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Is the s/l lie-kid or lih-kid or other?
Complete thread -- Preop diagnosis: Failure to thrive and history of __________. (s/l heard as glen).
Complete thread -- foot injury
Complete thread -- Unless your client has a specific preference, "cc" is on the
Complete thread -- I note she has been allergic to the _____.
Complete thread -- I bet your only experience with a taco is Taco Bell and I have news for you-they aren't
Complete thread -- agree, but I kinda like being in a clique...that hasn't happened since high school.
Complete thread -- yes it is. makes me wanna click my tongue. tsk tsk tsk tsk
Complete thread -- oh, sorry, lb - sheesh, what a mess.
Complete thread -- Proving that we're all strangers in the end, name-no name-sometimes name-whatever.
Complete thread -- good ear - i couldnt hear that.
Complete thread -- I hear tourniquet. ...and then padded. The tourniquet on the left upper arm was inflated
Complete thread -- was that another personal attack? ...the *of YOU* kinda sounds like it. haha
Complete thread -- that was me, T.
Complete thread -- ☂ (thanks for finding my umbrella, no name)
Complete thread -- Oh wow, you don't wanna be in my clique. I must be a lost cause if I can't even make a
Complete thread -- I think he misspoke, since the arm was not inflated...
Complete thread -- and then padded. The left upper arm (but he forgot to say tourniquet? was inflated)
Complete thread -- oh, thanks, let me move it up to where it belongs...
Complete thread -- again, we don't know who the hell you are, so how can *you* be dragged into anything?
Complete thread -- #2 then padded?
Complete thread -- Yes, good ear!
Complete thread -- ☂ I'm returning your lost item to you.
Complete thread -- took me more than 12 listens... I still can't get the other one though. Maybe someone
Complete thread -- ooohh - damn good one, lb! I can hear that too now, but I never would've got it.
Complete thread -- good example Q. thanks.
Complete thread -- Why did I get dragged into the crap above? I don't even know anyone on this board but yet
Complete thread -- good example
Complete thread -- I had a name before I was taco and I'll talk if I wanna talk.
Complete thread -- see? Miss Innocent *never* starts with the personal put-downs
Complete thread -- what? really? it was "me" - WHAT was me? pfffffffft is all I gotta say.
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- Hibiclens and alcohol
Complete thread -- No one knew who you were for a long time either, until recently when you took taco for a
Complete thread -- That'd be great - just use a moniker so we know who you are and can avoid you both.
Complete thread -- Yeah they mistook me for you the other day so maybe we're more alike than different. We
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It's only the "four group clique" birds of a feather flock together,
Complete thread -- leave you alone? nobody even knows who the hell you are!
Complete thread -- I hear "inflated," not insufflated.
Complete thread -- Sappey's plexus
Complete thread -- Wrong. You don't get it, once again.
Complete thread -- MP not there yet, wanna repost
Complete thread -- Well, you're always in trouble with people on the board. That's why I said that. At least
Complete thread -- Oh, now I get it, b k l o l. It was you, I was not on your side, ha!.
Complete thread -- Huh? Nope, not on anybody's side. I'm my own person, always been independent thinker
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- agree, "silent" term often heard and not just neuro either
Complete thread -- I really didn't want you on my side D, but at least you understand what I'm saying.
Complete thread -- you misunderstood what was meant b k l o l. Was slanging part of product name
Complete thread -- Keep it for yourself. You obviously have no clue what I'm talking about.
Complete thread -- I listened and did not guess at all "T" but your sure did guess.
Complete thread -- It's C-QUR TacShield if you go by the link, so think he was saying C-QUR Tac tack, wasn't
Complete thread -- fashion using _____ and alcohol. The left upper extremity was exsanguinated and ____
Complete thread -- right. the answer was given above.
Complete thread -- not sure but i hear 'S_____ plexus' (not sure what the 1st word is?
Complete thread -- Because it was an MP3 and that is NOT what he was saying - that's why.
Complete thread -- Really why? Was said right in the report. tack was used to tack the mesh medially
Complete thread -- the periareolar area, ______ was massaged
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- agree Q. inflammmatory as well as hypertensive meds "are" used often, meaning clear
Complete thread -- what? where's my umbrella?
Complete thread -- good find, Oasis!
Complete thread -- He's probably saying one of the "tacks" for TacShield?
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- Great, Oasis. I hope the OP saw this!
Complete thread -- fashion? And I think it is "using 2-0 Vicryl, 3-0 Vicryl..."
Complete thread -- laterally at the clavicle, rectus muscle sheath, sternum, and latissimus dorsi...
Complete thread -- was closed with complex _______ using 3-0 Vicryl
Complete thread -- medially, and laterally with _____. The breast was removed
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Found this: C-QUR (see link)
Complete thread -- I hear secure tack tack - but can't document SecureTac or some such spelling.
Complete thread -- Got it: Cayenne. Thanks
Complete thread -- I attempted to place a single s/l Try-ann suture based anchor
Complete thread -- large size of the hernia defect, a ______ tack was used
Complete thread -- SecureStrap? (see link)
Complete thread -- will check
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I don't know but I think you want iliopubic tract,
Complete thread -- Is it possible that "pull grip" could be "ProGrip"?
Complete thread -- large size of the hernial defect, a *secure tack tack* was used to
Complete thread -- A pull grip *L P G* 16 x 12 AL mesh was soaked
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- semicircular infraumbilical incision made _____ scalpel
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- incision in line with third web space ______ proximal to wrist crease
Complete thread -- representative mass specimen
Complete thread -- performed and ________ specimen sent to pathology
Complete thread -- incision line was _______ wrist crease is marked
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- s/l Dr. Drew Cole (there's a David Andrew Cole, MD, radiologist in Macon, GA)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- She subsequently had radiation by Dr. ____. ...
Complete thread -- in our IASC. (I believe for "independent ambulatory surgery center")
Complete thread -- We will plan to proceed with this excision of the breast scar with und ...
Complete thread -- good night and thanks. sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- another one (220 is apparently the lower limit/minimum)
Complete thread -- At 6 feet, one could be quite fit at that weight.
Complete thread -- Meant to be placed under "sm"
Complete thread -- I've heard them say that toes are silent or mute, so I suppose an extremity could be also
Complete thread -- Time for me to get some shut eye. Good night.
Complete thread -- I appreciate you trying. I'm going to flag it.
Complete thread -- I'm coming up empty.
Complete thread -- I listened for that but couldn't hear it. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- ???in a supine position???
Complete thread -- What is the context? Is some sort of study being done?
Complete thread -- He does hold the upper extremity in a *s/l silent* position
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- all of the the things that she has discussed wanting...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- All of the things that ... certainly *are* (?) the desires...
Complete thread -- We have looked at implants today and have discussed a style 15 implant ...
Complete thread -- Understood.
Complete thread -- You're entitled to your opinion just as I am and I was telling Guy what I'd do, not
Complete thread -- It is said the patient takes a pain medication...not an
Complete thread -- That would be like putting hypertensive drug just b/c it was dictated and where I work
Complete thread -- Someone needs to lay off the Big Macs.
Complete thread -- Technically either can be correct. Just because anti-inflammatory
Complete thread -- I'd put the correct term no matter how dictated and would be "dinged" otherwise.
Complete thread -- Can you post it again? What did it sound like? Did you get the veggie yesterday? What was
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- semblance
Complete thread -- Only the old WAV is there. Try again.
Complete thread -- The implants cannot be visualized; although, there is some ____ of sup ...
Complete thread -- That link didn't work...here's another
Complete thread -- that's it! thanks!!
Complete thread -- I found a Trim-It pin by Arthrex ...see link
Complete thread -- s/l trivet pin. foot bunionectomy, osteotomy, etc.
Complete thread -- I considered it was like taking "pain medication" when
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- multi-tiered
Complete thread -- A cephalic trim of her upper lateral cartilages would be carried out f ...
Complete thread -- when I put them in quotes with no space after non, I get...
Complete thread -- and why would you want to take an inflammatory drug....?
Complete thread -- and apparently they are called Non-Steroidal Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I am finding the term used...see link....I'd use it.
Complete thread -- She has not taken any nonsteroidal *inflammatory* medications on a con ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 215 pounds
Complete thread -- Because she is 6 feet tall and weighs ____ pounds presently, she think ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 showing fluid in her ears. Had typanogram which showed
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 a feeling of fluid in her ears?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 not improved with medical treatment
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 44-year-old female who recently underwent a ga ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Think you need a new sentence. "fluid. Duramorph 0.5 mg with..."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Yeah, that's probably it.
Complete thread -- Duramorph
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- There was clear free flow of cerebrospinal fluid, 0.5 mg ____ with 2 m ...
Complete thread -- *by
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- excised a scrub?
Complete thread -- I think I hear him correct himself to say "in scrub"
Complete thread -- a scrub? (meaning scrub tech, scrub person, scrub nurse, etc.)
Complete thread -- The excess lead that was outside the percutaneous area had been excise ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- neutral
Complete thread -- A bulky soft sterile dressing was applied. The patient was placed in ...
Complete thread -- I think we both get to do the Snoopy dance for that one..see link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- stat (it is another name for hemostat...making sure the area is open)
Complete thread -- Tyvm Q. Yes it is patch indeed. mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- We then tied our SpeedBridge by making sure we had a ____ underneath i ...
Complete thread -- Scroll down to the paragraph where "central" is highlighted
Complete thread -- I find reference to "the central patch" see link
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- I hear central path of the mesh but
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE PERFORMED: Open percutaneous fixation of fifth metatarsal fr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Where is the fracture?
Complete thread -- I would say no comma...SpeedBridge is the technique and
Complete thread -- Ty Q for confirming. I am not hearing "part" though...
Complete thread -- I explained to her the risks, benefits, and rehabilitation associated ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. comma between SpeedBridge and FiberTape?
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "length 50"
Complete thread -- #1 ????part for the mesh was then excised????
Complete thread -- #2 tacked (yes)
Complete thread -- IMPLANTS USED: One 4.5-mm cannulated Synthes screw ____ SpeedBridge Fi ...
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- I also heard 'saline' at first (also thinking boobs) but you're right, it doesn't work.
Complete thread -- tyvm taco
Complete thread -- I was "thinking" saline (as in boob implant) too but can't seem to fit it in with tissue
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- also, "blood" is considered a specialized form of connective " tissue",
Complete thread -- This (sm) shows the connection a little better
Complete thread -- I posted hematopoietic "stem" cell tissue graft(the word prio to cell)
Complete thread -- even if it is cell, there is another word before tissue graft.
Complete thread -- But in the thread above this I don't hear the word "stem"
Complete thread -- hematopoietic cell tissue graft (not sure might be "stem" cell tissue graft
Complete thread -- although...that doesnt quite make sense. ? but- that's what I hear.
Complete thread -- I'm finding includes the word "stem" (see link) also no cap on graft
Complete thread -- saline transfer tissue graft is what I hear
Complete thread -- anyone else hear anything
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "tissue" is the word before graft - but not quite sure of other words
Complete thread -- I think it'd be "dog-ear defects" (otherwise they'd be ear defects of a dog)
Complete thread -- AUTOLOGOUS HEMATOPOIETIC _____ GRAFT.
Complete thread -- AUTOLOGOUS HEMATOPOIETIC _____ GRAFT.
Complete thread -- Just making sure this is correct... hematopoietic cell transplantation Graft
Complete thread -- ugh, you know what I mean. May be time to quit!
Complete thread -- rish?
Complete thread -- #3 and the platelet-rich and the platelet-poor
Complete thread -- #1&2 "separating the three fractionations of platelet-rich, platelet-poor plasma"
Complete thread -- that was supposed to be rish NOT risk
Complete thread -- got some...
Complete thread -- A few ?s
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- on an armboard?
Complete thread -- and normally prepared??? (do you have standards for this guy? Might
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- left upper mid. (comma? - if that is what he said I would not use) I have discussed?
Complete thread -- arms extended _____. After adequate general anesthesia
Complete thread -- on the left upper mid, comes______ discussed options of treatment including
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- blue dye technique?
Complete thread -- created?
Complete thread -- Okay, you scared me!
Complete thread -- 30 sq cm to correct dog ear defects ______ bilaterally
Complete thread -- sentinel node biopsies _____ technique
Complete thread -- typing LOL
Complete thread -- thank you taco!
Complete thread -- maybe small-bowel volvulus?
Complete thread -- small-bowel something... can't get last part
Complete thread -- had two laparotomies for ____with ischaemia and some abdominal wall dehiscence. Than
Complete thread -- 5 hours? Actual time typing or hours of dictation?
Complete thread -- maybe his accounts were low on work too. I only had 5 hours of work yesterday and already
Complete thread -- maybe his accounts were low on work too. I only had 5 hours of work yesterday and already
Complete thread -- thanks, i wasn't sure if the scar could release on its own.
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me. Surgery itself, causes scar/adhesion, if scar cut it releases
Complete thread -- maybe. but even guy hardly posted today!
Complete thread -- s/l sabame "might be" sestamibi,(mibi) radionuclide imaging, solitary pulmonary nodule,
Complete thread -- scar "releases" ? pls sm
Complete thread -- Perhaps doctors and patients are on vacation.
Complete thread -- Also wonder if "sabame" might be "surveillance"
Complete thread -- Also s/b apostrophe (years') (see link) ...in previous
Complete thread -- Didn't you get the memo? All accounts went to EMR!
Complete thread -- why is it so quiet today?
Complete thread -- stability?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- Should there be commas around "though"?
Complete thread -- Pulmonary nodule
Complete thread -- Oh, that's good to know. Thanks for telling me. All the liberal stuff they send me really
Complete thread -- Reason #1 is easily overcome by going to "Unsubscribe" link at the bottom
Complete thread -- p.s. They're super racist against whites. This guy wouldn't have a chance at a fair trial
Complete thread -- Just thought of reason #3: I wouldn't send my worst enemy to a place like Zimbabwe.
Complete thread -- I have continued to look and still can't find anything that matches what
Complete thread -- Thank you. That's weird. There's canola but that's not a veggie either, lol.
Complete thread -- it sounded like quin-olla
Complete thread -- Did it sound like keen wah? That's quinoa. Can you post it again?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- wine or a
Complete thread -- Would not advise. Reason #1: Your e-mail will be spammed almost on a daily basis in the
Complete thread -- She drinks ____ margarita 3 glasses in a week. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would take out *and* after bananas
Complete thread -- Nope.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. rest of the sentence ok?
Complete thread -- does a smoothie using
Complete thread -- She also ____ using berries and bananas and in a protein powder and fl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I don't know. Am finding quinoa, but that is a grain
Complete thread -- Her vegetables are kale, chard, Brussels sprouts, mushrooms, ____, asp ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would think "a mixed drink" "or a mix drink", not *the*
Complete thread -- or fruit
Complete thread -- Anybody interested in signing white house petition to extradite
Complete thread -- She drinks the mix drink or cognac once a month. Her breakfast is egg ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- agree with Q
Complete thread -- in thirds
Complete thread -- hmm, as yet, not heard it this way,"might? be referring to "size/number of strips
Complete thread -- s/l thirds
Complete thread -- agree, Q
Complete thread -- Something to do with low wall suction?
Complete thread -- See answer below.
Complete thread -- Wonder if doc is saying "is well into the stomach"
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- If not, what about muscle? (like trigger point injections)?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- a guess s/l crackoidly "might" be cortical irritability(let us know the final tho)
Complete thread -- DeBakey?
Complete thread -- "Devaki's" scissors. The incision is carried down using "Devaki's scissors. Operation
Complete thread -- facet?
Complete thread -- patient has gotten *fussell* injections into her back
Complete thread -- WAG - categorically?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. I can't hear that. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Thank you :) nm
Complete thread -- This is what I found on their home page. Hope it helps some.
Complete thread -- Could it be "rapidly"? nm
Complete thread -- Does anyone know anything about "Jai Medical Mgmt"? /sm
Complete thread -- Mixed frequency polymorphic continuous encephalographic background, s/l crackoidly
Complete thread -- found it - HRIG
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- same report further down - The patient was given appropriate doses of
Complete thread -- The patient is here for a rabies vaccine and s/l AYTREC OR AYTRIC.
Complete thread -- BOS pg.208 -Vowel strings
Complete thread -- I hate when you hear something and that is all you hear after that
Complete thread -- don't feel bad, I did too at first. :)
Complete thread -- thank you! I kept hearing "tramp" LOL
Complete thread -- agree with trap
Complete thread -- trap
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- thank you guys!
Complete thread -- started on anti-anginal medication
Complete thread -- antiangina or antianginal
Complete thread -- 1 blank, uncertain if hearing correctly
Complete thread -- Archives use "melt" as well.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard coffee grounds with expectoration instead of "cough"----
Complete thread -- On further reading, change my mind, i.e., hypercalcemia & bone malignancy. "effect of"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thoracic radiculopathy (the wav stutters, might want to repost tho to double check
Complete thread -- Maybe rewind sentence B4 s/l. I'm think 0 type means blood type
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Thoracic ____. POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOS ...
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the suggestions.
Complete thread -- effect of
Complete thread -- Infected bone malignancy. Example osteomyelitis
Complete thread -- rule out for s/l infected/affected/effected bone malignancy. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- L2-3 and 3-4 level? (I would make that L3-4.)
Complete thread -- We will schedule him for a second procedure due to the severe stenosis ...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- Also would hyphenate One-minute and 45-second
Complete thread -- Sounds like he's use melt as a substitute for thaw. If you hear it I would use it.
Complete thread -- anyone care to venture a guess?
Complete thread -- I agree. Kerlix only is trademarked. Goods and services are dressings, sponges, bandages,
Complete thread -- Need help with ESL doctor. MP3 uploaded. Thank you!
Complete thread -- uncertain if hearing correctly "one minute MELT followed by 45 second MELT" ?
Complete thread -- going with lowercase
Complete thread -- Kerlix™ Super Sponge (cap super sponge or not?) Kerlix was not dictated in report
Complete thread -- :) thank you! lol
Complete thread -- autotransplantation versus a sl/ O-type* of interposition graft
Complete thread -- your way sounds much better to me
Complete thread -- I am going to put burping/belching
Complete thread -- No "burpy belchiness" is noted. would that be slang?? or acceptable? verbatim but no
Complete thread -- actually, I don't hear "today" clearly either but I also can't make out what **** is...
Complete thread -- I don't hear "today" in there ?
Complete thread -- Yvw.
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Thanks for that Oasis. Though the link doesn't deal with injecting
Complete thread -- me neither - but maybe this is being done at some cutting-edge spinal surgery place?
Complete thread -- Sure, poi...see link (at bottom)
Complete thread -- That's OK tho' - they do the studies on sheep, but it is for use (eventually) with humans.
Complete thread -- could you provide a link for this? I can't find any usage other than sheep
Complete thread -- Yeah, I was seeing Wheeless referring to it as well...
Complete thread -- Forgot to mention, POP per oasis suggestion, I was agreeing
Complete thread -- I think POP (plaster of Paris) a good possible answer after reading link, especially sm
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- thank you taco as always! :)
Complete thread -- with symptomatic care
Complete thread -- I caught up with *** today. __________. He is getting minimal bleeding and has not
Complete thread -- standard fusion/decomp (decompression) ?
Complete thread -- Well, I just saw that was with sheep, so....
Complete thread -- POP (plaster of Paris)? see link
Complete thread -- spinal fusion
Complete thread -- lumbar surgery options
Complete thread -- Thanks. Morning coffee and fresh ears helps
Complete thread -- good job, poi! I couldn't get that one.
Complete thread -- You are so smart! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Belladonna?
Complete thread -- Sure. I'm off.
Complete thread -- There now. Sorry
Complete thread -- still hearing motorcycle wav (yes I did refresh)
Complete thread -- P.S. I meant to leave out the "some," think it's part of congenital.
Complete thread -- juvenile?
Complete thread -- she has some congenital kyphosis - but
Complete thread -- Sorry I was gone so long. Power went out. Please listen to wav pertaining
Complete thread -- My power just went back on. Sorry for not having answered. Yes, I thought I heard foot
Complete thread -- gentle? general?
Complete thread -- lumbar x-ray
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- looks like breast implants to me, but it's a bit late now to be worried
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Wonder if "loss of this" s/b "loss of his"
Complete thread -- I think "coracoid"
Complete thread -- cervical MRI
Complete thread -- It will work better for next time to give the OP title
Complete thread -- when the bike fell over onto his foot
Complete thread -- I 'think' I now hear "fell over on him, so...he...."
Complete thread -- s/l "fell over on him" to me.
Complete thread -- which is OK since we're not sure we have it yet... can you do an
Complete thread -- does the pt have foot pain as well as elbow pain?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- when the bike fell over onto his foot
Complete thread -- I see that now, but I've never spelled out numbers on a med dosage.
Complete thread -- fell over on his foot?? but I'm not even sure about "bike"...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- CURRENT MEDICATIONS: __________, Premarin, Evista, Mucinex-D, Nexium,
Complete thread -- Could it be: ....bike fell over onto himself?
Complete thread -- He was sitting on a motorcycle that was stationary when the bike fell over __________
Complete thread -- No, it says 'new paragraph', but that's hard to hear. Thanks
Complete thread -- That's it! I have another one. See above.
Complete thread -- might wanna make the wav a tad longer in the future, this one ends right at your
Complete thread -- oops, page 180
Complete thread -- BOS2 page 90...just style, but as dictated: three quarters of a capful daily.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, but I don't even know how to do that
Complete thread -- reinforcement?
Complete thread -- can you create the audio inside your computer instead of from the speakers? the quality
Complete thread -- be noted at the time of surgery that will require repair and/or ______
Complete thread -- Dang, I listened umpteen times and would have never got that. Good job T!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 3/4 capful
Complete thread -- *Miralax
Complete thread -- How do you transcribe miralax three quarters of a capful daily?
Complete thread -- I live somewhere in between, so I'm often here for part of his shift
Complete thread -- yeah, we don't usually overlap. He's usually finishing up when I'm just getting started.
Complete thread -- ha ha, thanks pie!
Complete thread -- I think guy is gone for the day though.
Complete thread -- I'll take a set too. I listened to that about 10 times and couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- I want your ears! clone them, please!! :)
Complete thread -- no, I agree - something "level of the umbilicus" but I can't get first part either
Complete thread -- #1 which she desired to remove
Complete thread -- I don't think this is correct
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 2nd blank: ____ the level of the umbilicus
Complete thread -- sorry, I tried. the audio isn't great
Complete thread -- Then, the lower abdominal incision was created. She had a very low C- ...
Complete thread -- Again, a smooth, round profile, 345 cc implant, right sided serial num ...
Complete thread -- *need for further surgery *or* reoperation," ... *poor healing*
Complete thread -- He understands the risks and benefits include but are not limited to t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- abdominoplasty. She is quite thin and understands that a tummy tuck ma ...
Complete thread -- This is a 34-year-old Caucasian female who desires breast augmentation ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Technically, by definition, the cecum isn't considered part of the colon, but it doesn't
Complete thread -- colon and cecum? or is he correcting?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- succus, cecum
Complete thread -- There was a small amount of greenish bilious ____ in the colon ____ th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the suggestions. You rock! Can't post audio. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- no wav for this post
Complete thread -- can't get wav, but agree, a "complete"is considered at least 10 organ system review but
Complete thread -- Might be saying: Per narrative a two system review was performed. (see link) which
Complete thread -- generally hear 10-system review (or 12 or 14)
Complete thread -- ROS: s/l per narrative 2 stim review was performed. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and she asked me to assume this portion of her care????
Complete thread -- yep, I forgot to check another source Centerwatch= Jan 2015
Complete thread -- I discussed the risks, benefits, and alternatives of either option and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- maybe because just approved by FDA in May
Complete thread -- with her stated
Complete thread -- I failed to mention, I did not find on Drugs.com for some reason ????
Complete thread -- no guarding, rigidity, rebound, or peritoneal signs are elicited. Sca ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- employed as a dental assistant
Complete thread -- She denies any current tobacco use. She is a former smoker. She is e ...
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- NM. Neuroprotective.
Complete thread -- Lower extremity s/l neuro-partition sensation is 2/5 in the plantar aspect TIA!
Complete thread -- Stiolto Respimat aerosol 2.5-2.5 MCG/ACT inhalation
Complete thread -- thanks, though! no point, I sent on through.
Complete thread -- ah... never mind. I probably won't get it - I listened enough. :(
Complete thread -- no put it back! I was just trying again to solve it with "realizing" in mind...
Complete thread -- sending in, thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- Stiolto?? but I can't confirm that dosage.
Complete thread -- better now, thanks.
Complete thread -- recorded again at louder setting
Complete thread -- (rewording) She does ____ realizing she is very lucky to be alive.
Complete thread -- I think I'm getting a "so ___" or word that starts with "so__" first?
Complete thread -- definitely?
Complete thread -- suddenly?
Complete thread -- volume too low for me, sorry
Complete thread -- In terms of her thought processes, she says that she is "trying to ...
Complete thread -- His Qvar and Duoneb were changed to Breo Ellipta 100/25 daily and _______ to 25/2.5
Complete thread -- Possibly. I sent it in thought. Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- yes to both! thank you so much!! :)
Complete thread -- he has done well?
Complete thread -- aggressive
Complete thread -- 2 final blanks, unsure what he says
Complete thread -- I can now here "it was noted that" :) thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- I hear "it was reported that" - so taco's one wag is good.
Complete thread -- it was found that? it was reported that? it was noted that?
Complete thread -- unsure what he is saying
Complete thread -- Wonder if "Bonker" is "blunt K-wire" (see link)
Complete thread -- yes I did see that. I'm going to send it in for query
Complete thread -- DePuy makes a BALL TIP FEELER CURVED INSTRUMENT (sorry for the caps, copy & pasted)
Complete thread -- s/l bonker or ball and curve feeler
Complete thread -- Straightshot answer already given (hours ago) - anyone who cares can research the details.
Complete thread -- *grin* (not sure I would have got it except that I saw your "tense" before I saw the OP.)
Complete thread -- yep-hearing another syllable between tense and arthrosis
Complete thread -- ewwww...you are good!
Complete thread -- or how about "tense hemarthrosis"?
Complete thread -- hahahahah thank you!
Complete thread -- tense?
Complete thread -- knee exam after surgery
Complete thread -- haha
Complete thread -- certainly gives a whole new meaning to "full of sh*t" eh??
Complete thread -- but is that even possible? I would think she'd explode.
Complete thread -- You're very welcome! So glad I can help you out.
Complete thread -- 4 weeks
Complete thread -- I had looked at that too,but was unsure as it stated: See also: assailant. Then looked at
Complete thread -- she has had one bowel action per ___ and this has been associated with abdominal blo
Complete thread -- Taco, again you are amazing! Yes! Thank you so much! :) :)
Complete thread -- but this was ortho surgery, not ENT
Complete thread -- Ann Laufer (QLD, right?)
Complete thread -- Yup, see link.
Complete thread -- It was only because you pleaded - the first time I listened...
Complete thread -- She is in a stable relationship and sees a psychiatrist ____
Complete thread -- thank you taco! I hear it now! I would have never got that, so thank you!
Complete thread -- accoster? doc dictated "I think that is the right word?"
Complete thread -- garlic oil?
Complete thread -- anyone? Help please????
Complete thread -- Bioglan, Caltrate, Coversyl, cranberry, Crestor,___, krill oil
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to taco
Complete thread -- OK that helps. Thanks.
Complete thread -- like the OP already said below?
Complete thread -- I wish you had been faster - I spent WAY too long searching for this guy.
Complete thread -- agree Straightshot® (Medtronic, Inc) For next time
Complete thread -- I would break it into two. JMO ...this is how I would do it
Complete thread -- cue.... Quitting while I'm ahead.
Complete thread -- queue the twilight zone music. I didn't even click here.
Complete thread -- I didn't even look at that post that is below. Weird. But I do see my post now under
Complete thread -- Long sentence...would you split up?
Complete thread -- HERE it is...this belongs on thread above
Complete thread -- s/l p-r-e-z-o-v-i-l-a- HIV patient. ?Prezcobix (darunavir and cobicistat);
Complete thread -- Weird! I still don't see it....
Complete thread -- It showed up - you posted it on your other post. :)
Complete thread -- I just posted that I found that too... Oddly my post did not show up
Complete thread -- Had a great idea, searched for residents... Sure enough Prasanth Pillai, MD.
Complete thread -- yeah, like taco said :)
Complete thread -- Will turn in to QA. Thanks
Complete thread -- Dr. Prasanth Pillai is a practicing Pediatric Hematology-Oncology doctor in Grand Rapids
Complete thread -- I found Prasanth Pillai
Complete thread -- I wonder if patient spelled this one wrong: Prezcobix
Complete thread -- Sentence: I have discussed the case with Dr. Puleye, his hematologist from
Complete thread -- I am looking for, unsuccessfully, a Dr. s/l Puleye SM
Complete thread -- I just posted a wav where doc spells another medication I can't get. Thanks
Complete thread -- Also has hypertension, hypercholesterolemia. Medication spelled p-r-e-z-o-v-i-l-a
Complete thread -- Well, after inquiring to company, reports cannot calculate line counts.
Complete thread -- My bad...Dear Doctors...
Complete thread -- I believe BOS states to type Dear Dr. X and Dr. Y
Complete thread -- when typing a letter to 2 different docs is it Dear Doctors Hall and Oates??? or Dear
Complete thread -- type of med for wound s/l astormin
Complete thread -- Anyone know how to run a line count by transcriptionist in Winscribe's platform?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Beath needle. check my spelling
Complete thread -- ortho surgery
Complete thread -- The graft was then placed by the*beef*needle protected by the sheath thorough the tib
Complete thread -- If this is an ENT procedure, consider Straightshot
Complete thread -- what surgery is this?
Complete thread -- maybe "said diagnosis"?
Complete thread -- s/l straight shot sheath
Complete thread -- Is there a term as ...Set diagnosis?.... please SM for context
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- OATS (osteochondral autograft transfer system)
Complete thread -- The patient was counseled as to risks, benefits, and alternatives to s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and ? (I want to hear "release of capsulitis," but I think the lysis is just supposed to
Complete thread -- He previously underwent shoulder surgery for subacromial decompression ...
Complete thread -- good night and thanks. sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Goodnight all.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- change to with an outstretched arm (delete her)
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after outcome
Complete thread -- #2 with an
Complete thread -- #1 aboard a sailboat and travels the world #with an
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 60-year-old female who has an active lifesty ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in the leg? what was the procedure?
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: Postprocedure, her pain was much better in the ____ and t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- not that I can verify
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- clear...hazy
Complete thread -- After proper needle placement with a 22-gauge needle, Omnipaque 240 wa ...
Complete thread -- Just verifying there is no such thing as a first "ostial" marginal branch. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- abandoned
Complete thread -- A mini frag plate was placed but the obliquity of the fracture and the ...
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- cutting ?
Complete thread -- PCI of LAD in-stent restenosis with s/l cotton balloon angioplasty. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- with the involved extremity??
Complete thread -- the involved extremity.
Complete thread -- PLAN: Motion exercises. No lifting with ____ extremity. Return in 1 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- on ROM (range of motion)
Complete thread -- PLAN: A 1 pound lifting limit. Continue to work ____ and return in 6 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 08/04...I would assume 08/04/2015
Complete thread -- I discussed with her the risks, benefits, and alternatives. Surgery i ...
Complete thread -- got it - OA
Complete thread -- analgesics, cortisone shots, viscosupplementation, or an __________ brace, for whom..
Complete thread -- so clear once it is given to me...thanks Q
Complete thread -- a whole variety
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- the tendon???? (not sure if this works)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ____ was secured with a
Complete thread -- She has had severe side effects including anaphylaxis from _______ of analgesics.
Complete thread -- A bleeding bony bed was created and then using a bird beak passer, a l ...
Complete thread -- I didn't doubt. I just felt that since you posted your question
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I did understand the *pull labs* concept once taco pointed it out..I was fixed
Complete thread -- Type...pull...in the Find Box
Complete thread -- Above link was fiction...here is nonfiction link...some of my docs used the term regularly
Complete thread -- Even humorous questions are welcome...but seriously, here's an
Complete thread -- ahh...I see now. Thanks for explaining.
Complete thread -- well, you draw blood, and "draw" is kinda like "pull" (?)
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. May make more sense, but I can't get an "f" sound from pro though. Moving on.
Complete thread -- serious question...How do you pull them?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I would use pulled BJMO
Complete thread -- Wonder if U R hearing "a focal signal" ... see link
Complete thread -- Troponins were polled or pulled? TIA!
Complete thread -- test
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- five-game
Complete thread -- maybe prominent
Complete thread -- MS is possibility as there is evidence of a s/l promo signal on the cervical ...TIA!
Complete thread -- ACOEM
Complete thread -- I saw this same question about ileal sail on another board just now
Complete thread -- five game tournament or five-game tournament
Complete thread -- Utilization of ODG, MTUS, and s/l ACOM Guidelines require physical therapy
Complete thread -- He says "sail" very clearly, and this is not the first time.
Complete thread -- I sent to QA - child was 4 years old - it was a strange one for me - thank you!
Complete thread -- I just recorded a wav When I relistened, I could hear FCR. Thanks. You're so smart!!
Complete thread -- Think you may be hearing FCR ...see link
Complete thread -- might be patellofemoral crepitus see link
Complete thread -- yup, thank you.
Complete thread -- patellofemoral chondromalacia?
Complete thread -- If infant, total guess but maybe Sandhoff (disease)
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. Thank you both!!
Complete thread -- s/l 'x c (or: e) r split. Never heard this before. Thanks.
Complete thread -- oops, typo in message, should be PFC (typed PFV by 'stake)
Complete thread -- what is PFC? Have to expand in Dx
Complete thread -- Narcan?
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing Narcan??? See link
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "ileocecal valve"???
Complete thread -- I think it works.
Complete thread -- s/l narceine to wake patient from anesthesia.
Complete thread -- "Sans" association?? sm
Complete thread -- Will use 'gesture' as it sounds like that. thanks
Complete thread -- wonder if just saying ileocecal...
Complete thread -- See message for procedures, and thank you!
Complete thread -- I will use 'and.' Thanks again
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. I don't hear the 'and' in between. Perhaps I should use slash as figure 4 did?
Complete thread -- going back through and caught the mistakes I made LOL! sheesh
Complete thread -- What procedure is being done...I'm wondering if the ileum had been sealed to
Complete thread -- In the Find Box enter...Figure 4...it brings up the use both in words and when abbreviated
Complete thread -- Would 'gesture' make sense?
Complete thread -- See link...Figure 4 shows use of the virgule
Complete thread -- Are you sure you can't hear an "and" between membrane and internal...see link
Complete thread -- Based on description I found they are 2 separate things (see message) so
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- We then created a window in the terminal ileum just proximal to the ileal **sail**
Complete thread -- Is there other punctuation needed (perhaps after epiretinal membrane) or an and?
Complete thread -- Lake..sorry
Complete thread -- 1. Table Rock Late....2 bedbugs
Complete thread -- 2 blanks, 1st sounds like a lake (clinic is in Yates Center, Kansas)
Complete thread -- claim your posts Darlene. I always do so it should be easy to avoid me
Complete thread -- And if you don't respond, I will have to continue to believe those are your posts.
Complete thread -- Now I hear it. Glad you caught that.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ...but that is related to the brand name Enseal.
Complete thread -- ty-
Complete thread -- Seeing references to "super jaw," but I do not know if it is capped or not.
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me, or "narrowed" signal ... (I hate "has also got" )
Complete thread -- So you deny those were your posts about poi's work history? Please respond.
Complete thread -- Nope, "resuscitated with fluids" is what he says, while mumbling/stumbling... (he's one
Complete thread -- the omentum proximal to that was divided with a *super jar* Harmonic device.
Complete thread -- well....below.
Complete thread -- MRI lumbar
Complete thread -- He stumbled over fluids, but said what I have above.
Complete thread -- hyPOtensive.. she ws resuscitated with fluids. (I know this doctor)
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- see link...3rd definition...Not often used that way, but is legitimate use.
Complete thread -- Opps, forgot "dependent attitude" means legs in relaxed sitting or lying, no activity sm
Complete thread -- it was the attitude that I had never heard worded that way before :) thanks!
Complete thread -- It sounds to me that "pumps" is referring to his using the
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing precisely what you are hearing. I'm hearing
Complete thread -- Sounds ok to me. Wondering about "pumps" and "attitude" ?
Complete thread -- never heard this way before
Complete thread -- still sounding like scolic but I think scoliotic is the correct term
Complete thread -- No Taco, I do not post about her all the time (I want no interaction as requested before)
Complete thread -- acidotic and hypertensive and _____ blood that appears in fluids
Complete thread -- sounds good to me, but I'm not OP
Complete thread -- Since we *are* in the spine area, "scoliotic" is a possibility..see if U can *hear* it.
Complete thread -- full paragraph in mess
Complete thread -- Thanks, but maybe I stumbled on the answer. We'll see (hopefully).
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I'm gonna wait for op to answer before I research this further...
Complete thread -- Wonder if U R hearing "scoliotic" ???
Complete thread -- What part of body is being x-rayed and for what reason?
Complete thread -- x-ray
Complete thread -- thanks - I heard diddly the first time too but after a couple listens it jumped out at me.
Complete thread -- Good ear, girl. I couldn't make heads or tails outta that.
Complete thread -- BS. You claim to want poi to leave you alone, yet you post about her all the time?!
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- That's what I thought at first, too, but think it's thrombotic.
Complete thread -- Thank you! Yes, it's thrombotic.
Complete thread -- think I got #1: VITAL SIGNS: His vital signs can be found in electronic medical record.
Complete thread -- traumatic complications?
Complete thread -- #1 As per electronic medical record?
Complete thread -- thrombotic complications?
Complete thread -- MP3 uploaded. ESL doctor. Thanks in advance!
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- #2 infection, either superficial or deep. (no clue on #1)
Complete thread -- Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- 2 blanks, recorded both with a pause in the middle; pause will pick up at 2nd blank
Complete thread -- identity not identify
Complete thread -- Sorry for the mistaken identify Darlene. Glad to see you claiming your
Complete thread -- I also hear what s/l "and he has *then failed*, with tumor..." but unsure.
Complete thread -- He has ?failed" (not sure "failed treatment") with tumor increasing in size
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- where is the "there" where he had residual cancer?
Complete thread -- not sure of blank, but I think "2 more" is "tumor"
Complete thread -- MP3 uploaded for help with an ESL doctor. Thanks in advance.
Complete thread -- I guess it'd be like "Far East" -so it makes sense to me (even though I had to look it up)
Complete thread -- I would have not guessed "deep" was capped either. Trends do change I guess
Complete thread -- dictator probably just stumbled a bit = nearby and in good position
Complete thread -- Tainting things as usual poi. Did not post here.Leave me ALONE as requested 6-3-15
Complete thread -- lumbar x-ray after surgery
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- PEEK spacer was my guess too - lb beat me to it.
Complete thread -- Maybe PEEK spacer
Complete thread -- surgery note on lumbar fusion
Complete thread -- I'm a yankee from NYC, living in the SW now - so that's my excuse.
Complete thread -- (moved from East Coast to West Coast when I was 7, though, so there's my excuse)
Complete thread -- wow, I honestly wouldn't have guessed that. and I was born in Virginia
Complete thread -- never mind - I guess that was pretty easily googled.
Complete thread -- "She is from the deep South originally." Do y'all capitalize "Deep"?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- but unknown at this time.
Complete thread -- ACTIVITY MODIFICATION: Return in 6 weeks if pain persists. It is pos ...
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 06/13/2015 (he doesn't remember what year it is).
Complete thread -- Left ring finger pain and wrist pain. Left shoulder ORIF ____. Two v ...
Complete thread -- Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Synvisc-One?
Complete thread -- After informed consent using sterile technique and prepping the site i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- where do the things that *you* say to strangers rank? (iow, why bother?)
Complete thread -- pain. There is a plate? ... at PFC? (PSC?) Tendon function
Complete thread -- PROBLEM: Right wrist pain for the plate that is irritating her. We a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Save the apology. What a stranger might say to me online doesn't even rank on a scale of
Complete thread -- at EIRMC ? (something Medical Center ? correlate with location, etc.)
Complete thread -- He wanted to proceed with rotator cuff repair and biceps tenodesis sch ...
Complete thread -- ya know, despite this, I am going to apologize for the "poor patients" thing.
Complete thread -- The particular slop you are referencing wasn't even a *guy* post
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- *some* recurrent varus of his hindfoot. X-ray report, 3 views of...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- some recurrent varus of his hindfoot.
Complete thread -- He has had recurrent ____x-ray report. Three views of the ankle showe ...
Complete thread -- Good night and sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Time for me to call it a night. Good night.
Complete thread -- I'm glad to hear that because everyone gives bad suggestions on occasion.
Complete thread -- Ha! Not even close. You and D are on about the same level, actually. All you do is talk
Complete thread -- i don't blindly write what is suggested without hearing it myself first.
Complete thread -- gotta claim it Darlene so we can give your comments the credibility they
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzoff.
Complete thread -- stopping
Complete thread -- ☂I wouldn't talk with some of the slop you have supposedly heard, like the other night "my
Complete thread -- LOL:
Complete thread -- This was performed in 7 locations also and better restriction of outfl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- okay, I am getting back to my work...looks like I am just copying Q
Complete thread -- #2....Changed my mind..."was used here and sutured down"
Complete thread -- split thickness ?
Complete thread -- #1 A split-thickness... #2 ??sutured??
Complete thread -- It was then necessary to reinforce the scleral flap with a patch graft ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "leaked"
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- Despite this and dissection of scleral flap that was as thick as possi ...
Complete thread -- HOW could it start with N if the correct answer is Lilit?!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing Luigi. (mario brother) lol
Complete thread -- Lewicky (see link)
Complete thread -- Ty to both helpers. mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- ☂ - ☂ you are apparently the only one that hears that
Complete thread -- Asymmetric Patella A35 mm (from Stryker page)
Complete thread -- Good one, poi, about the "a"
Complete thread -- sorry so late..I forgot to hit enter
Complete thread -- Temporal corneal paracentesis was made followed by insertion of ____ c ...
Complete thread -- bites
Complete thread -- yep, the A appears to be a designation for asymmetric. Thanks everybody!!
Complete thread -- bites
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 and 5FU injections
Complete thread -- #1 bleb needling revision (see link)
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- mp3 help. shoulder surgery. pls sm.
Complete thread -- thanks. just going with commas after the "cementeds" and "mm,"
Complete thread -- Based on MP3...change to
Complete thread -- my interpretation
Complete thread -- Q, added mp3. I think I've got it now, confirmation appreciated.
Complete thread -- Some put commas between multiple descriptions such as
Complete thread -- added MP3. he corrects himself a lot at first.
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- I believe it goes this way:
Complete thread -- The risks of surgery had been discussed with the patient, including vi ...
Complete thread -- right total knee, unsure where/what in terms of implants
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Found VisionGraft ...see link
Complete thread -- IMPLANTS: ____ corneal patch graft, left eye. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- incorrect. new speakers or headphones are perhaps needed.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "(due to thin sclera)
Complete thread -- Scleral reinforcement with corneal patch graft, left eye (<____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think you nailed it...she is a resident. Sounds just like that (to me)
Complete thread -- Well then perhaps this is she, if this is the name we are hearing. (see link)
Complete thread -- Starts with N, not L.
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- what *is* it about your moniker? lol
Complete thread -- nice solve Q
Complete thread -- Can you give name of chief surgeon in the case and/or other assistants which might help
Complete thread -- need eye surgeon
Complete thread -- Note there are 2: one is eye surgeon apparently other is emergency care physician
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Not sure, but I find a Dr Lilit Minasyan...see link
Complete thread -- Not sure, but I find a Dr Lilit Minasyan...see link
Complete thread -- ASSISTANT: ____ Arcadia, CA ...
Complete thread -- yes, did mean infectED, fingers got stuck on wrong keys
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- maybe "seemed to have formed"
Complete thread -- ☂ - agree with Q
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Think I hear "No bleb seemed to form at the end of the case."
Complete thread -- No _____ procedure performed at the end of the case.
Complete thread -- The conjunctiva and Tenon's were reapproximated to the original positi ...
Complete thread -- And I'm glad you did, because I did think it was you until you told us.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- creating a wide
Complete thread -- The anterior insertion was taken down all the way up to the skull base ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- lamella of the cribriform plate
Complete thread -- Kerrisons were used to take down the anterior insertion of the middle ...
Complete thread -- well that is nice, if I was being asked by name...I just like to let
Complete thread -- Perhaps he/she was asking for your help, as in "Please help, poi."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- molar
Complete thread -- There is an apical lucency of her left ____ tooth with contiguous muco ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- nasal antral windows, Sudafed
Complete thread -- and nasal antral windows, Sudafed
Complete thread -- She also has a remote history of nasal surgery in 1977 that involved t ...
Complete thread -- NM. Obviously not pronouncing correctly as spelled later as ticagrelor. Thanks!
Complete thread -- who is this poi? not this poi!
Complete thread -- found to have presumed stroke. The patient was started on s/l tig-uh-clor. TIA!
Complete thread -- I'd go with Dorland's, then you're covered both ways.
Complete thread -- Dorland's not only shows boths, but says it is also called tenonitis !
Complete thread -- Found this at MT Stars ...taken from Vera Pyle's Current Terminology
Complete thread -- tendinitis
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- Got it. Has to be 'schisis'. Thaks
Complete thread -- could be seen. There appeared to possibly be a giant outer wall te ...
Complete thread -- thank you! now I know for next time ;)
Complete thread -- although some ovulatory
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- Well yeah, now that I read your second definition, same thing.
Complete thread -- Could be, but I was thinking it just meant in the stretch of time before the surgery
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- found it "run-up" :)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- run up to?
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- He had intermittend s/l punctuate-like retrosternal discomfort. (doesn't s/l punch)
Complete thread -- thanks again :)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- good catch (but you mean "infectED endocardium," right?)
Complete thread -- He is no piece of cake - that's why.
Complete thread -- thanks taco. I don't know why I have such a hard time with this guy
Complete thread -- light-duty?
Complete thread -- Will continue with his current medication and remain on a _________ restriction for 4
Complete thread -- "brace" instead of "breast" mebbe?
Complete thread -- Prescribed left shoulder **breast* orthosis, TENS unit, cold compression therapy, and
Complete thread -- All I can think of is an oral glucose tolerance test (35 grams/4 to 5 hours), BUT...
Complete thread -- I bet you're right, Q.
Complete thread -- Infective endocarditis or infective endocardium
Complete thread -- blood sugar measurement question -- SM
Complete thread -- Just thinking out loud...and I don't really have enough
Complete thread -- got it - trigger point
Complete thread -- Limits to horizontal torsion and lateral bend. ______ elicited left sciatica not
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- anastomotic rings (see link); also, there WERE two intact...
Complete thread -- intact anastomotic *rings* sent off as specimen
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- I can't get the other two.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure he says "abdominal stoma"..he may just be saying the stoma was fashioned
Complete thread -- #1 ???stoma was fashioned???
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- multiple questions - please
Complete thread -- yep, that's what he says (William = Brojendra - I was sooo close.)
Complete thread -- ALF of S1 (anterior lumbar fusion) is all I can find, but not sure that fits here.
Complete thread -- thank you so much guys! :)
Complete thread -- could be, name is Brojendra Agarwala, MD
Complete thread -- yeah, my second "blah-blah" might be "dictating cardiologist"
Complete thread -- transverse processes of L5 and s/l *A L F S 1*
Complete thread -- i agree, but i hear "some name" and then "cardiologist"
Complete thread -- ^ that was what I heard anyway ^
Complete thread -- is he saying his own name? s/l "signed William Blah-Blah dictating a blah-blah, end of the
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- that too...
Complete thread -- taking out the word "what" would solve that w/o padding - i.e., "explaining the risks..."
Complete thread -- most doctors dictate in clipped sentences, no extra words are needed IMO.
Complete thread -- Q - that is considered "line padding" and I would not add anything in that at all.
Complete thread -- Note that you need a verb somewhere in the section
Complete thread -- looks good to me.
Complete thread -- Long sentence...is this ok for comma placement?
Complete thread -- Since that was correct, I should have signed it "taco" instead of "wag".
Complete thread -- yes-TY
Complete thread -- endometrial
Complete thread -- PMH- some kind of ablation
Complete thread -- 04/13/2015: TC 186, etc....
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- phenolization
Complete thread -- unsure what he is saying
Complete thread -- Thanks! Will do.
Complete thread -- I don't think it's feet, but I don't know what it is. I would flag if it were me
Complete thread -- and the massive feet??
Complete thread -- Head and neck cancer and is undergoing radiation...
Complete thread -- what's the patient's diagnosis?
Complete thread -- s/l feet?
Complete thread -- and the mass was ____?
Complete thread -- ESL doctor, uploaded mp3. First note for him so appreciate any help.
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I trailed off medially and laterally as needed by the patient. ____ p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. a garment ... 2. trailing off to ?
Complete thread -- A total of 600 cc removed. The patient was then placed in ____. Afte ...
Complete thread -- yeah. Did that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- It seems it should be Dermaspan Low Pole Plus FH16 (the plus s/b capped)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Vibramycin (but check my spelling)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Because the patient and the daughter feel that she has improved not on ...
Complete thread -- See link...don't know if "plus" s/b capped
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- No. s/b Dermaspan Low Pole plus
Complete thread -- Dermaspan low profile plus
Complete thread -- The patient returns today after having called on Friday stating that s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- . I will remove the
Complete thread -- The patient understands this plan. Infection, perforation, injury to ...
Complete thread -- Yes...and they didn't even mention "I could a been a contender!"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Is he saying "..with the patient. Obviously clinical monitoring is feasible." ???
Complete thread -- We discussed the options with the patient ____ clinical monitoring is ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- LEEP (if you need expansion, let us know, or can google it)
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: Laparoscopic cholecystectomy, ____ for cervica ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- blue
Complete thread -- She feels that the skin lesion has formed over the last 2 years, descr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- there. There are ... that *since then* she has had
Complete thread -- True that, as is mentioned multiple times in the comments. The affect/effect one is
Complete thread -- She has never had any surgery ____ no laparoscopic incisions in the ar ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 ??cyclic?? #2 stents and so forth
Complete thread -- She is a 36-year-old female who has had a complex history of gallbladd ...
Complete thread -- There is no reason why you cannot communicate with
Complete thread -- The item on nauseous is not completely correct per Merriam Webster
Complete thread -- Grammar and punctuation fluff.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- just repeating.
Complete thread -- Blunt dissection was continued deep to the anterior tibialis. Of note ...
Complete thread -- I decided to flag it - if it made me double-take then other readers would too!
Complete thread -- lol My husband happened to look over my shoulder right at the wrong time
Complete thread -- yup..we are both on the mailing list now (joking)
Complete thread -- boy, that is a tough thing to try and google...though looking at the
Complete thread -- I don't know, but I'm kinda sorry I googled that
Complete thread -- He sustained a "cock" injury to his thumb one week ago. Is that right?
Complete thread -- I guess that did sound a little arrogant, though not intended. Lucky
Complete thread -- Nope, *oh keeper of all poi stats*, I sure haven't had a QA. Is that a bad thing?
Complete thread -- color me blonde, but how do you know this?
Complete thread -- I agree, his report and if want to keep account, I do has he "clearly requested"
Complete thread -- She has never had a QA to review the work
Complete thread -- For the record, this is what I did. I typed exactly what was dictated. I, too, figured
Complete thread -- Forgot to mention that all dates are required to be in 00/00/0000 format. :)
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- no problem :)
Complete thread -- OP does not have a dilemma, IMO. If QA's objection is that
Complete thread -- totally agree, unfortunately does not help this particular poster and his/her dilemma
Complete thread -- As the other poster said, it is not a sentence. No reason to ding anyone.
Complete thread -- for the record ofbpjm, I wasn't snarking on your post..just nm's
Complete thread -- aw shucks :)
Complete thread -- OP make sure you copy this post so you can tell your QA when you get dinged :)
Complete thread -- gosh, wouldn't that make my our job easy! Who needs BOS anyway!
Complete thread -- fractionation
Complete thread -- The ____ of her of her ALP showed that it was mainly a bone source.
Complete thread -- April.
Complete thread -- No...GREAT job!!
Complete thread -- Exactly. And anyway, it's his note and that's how he wants it.
Complete thread -- I would use April...(but I don't get complaints)
Complete thread -- flag it...let QA figure it out
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would do it the way he dictated it. That's not a sentence, it's a date followed by lab
Complete thread -- What do you do when you are not supposed to
Complete thread -- borne
Complete thread -- born out or borne out?
Complete thread -- amazing! Thank you poi and everyone for your help!
Complete thread -- good job!!!
Complete thread -- no wait! Busselton. see link
Complete thread -- landmark Brisbane? (University of Queensland, Brisbane)
Complete thread -- I hear Landmark but not bathroom... Starts with a B though.
Complete thread -- sorry, all I can hear is Landmark Bathroom
Complete thread -- Thus, I refer to ____ Australian study which showed that out of a 112 patients
Complete thread -- fluff to nm
Complete thread -- Q evidently all of my post did not "post", I stated, you may already have the ans sm
Complete thread -- ☂ (repeat info already included in thread below)
Complete thread -- brachial plexus and cervical roots part of peripheral nerves sm
Complete thread -- What would you edit to? Flag, but do not change.
Complete thread -- Let me correct myself on this bit of answer..it is the area that is
Complete thread -- The way my link describes it, it is the AREA of the bifurcation which
Complete thread -- no, it had saddle and then something about stag-horn shaped. mine was a WAG (see above)
Complete thread -- I think I will edit.
Complete thread -- ??thick??
Complete thread -- Based on the link I provided above it may well be the term is
Complete thread -- It seems to refer to the area of the embolus, not the shape.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Because of the sigmoid stricture on colonoscopy, a barium enema was performed which
Complete thread -- Yes, that is what I found too, starting to think doc misspoke.
Complete thread -- I find the mention of "saddle", but no mention of "horse" ...or did I misread it?
Complete thread -- Interesting quest...I found book with section discussing
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- CBI ? continuous bladder irrigation?
Complete thread -- CBR or CVR
Complete thread -- link - look under "autopsy findings"
Complete thread -- maybe saddle horn (like stag-horn shaped) ??
Complete thread -- TY. I will look through the info. He's talking a mile a minute so it's hard to tell. nm
Complete thread -- Note - it takes a bit of time to load
Complete thread -- See link listing the 3 as separate possibilities, scroll down to the 3rd blue box
Complete thread -- Articles I'm reading indicate problems can be on individual
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would say no comma...see #19 in the link below
Complete thread -- s/l Saddle horse PE - I am finding saddle embolus, but nothing with a horse?
Complete thread -- Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- brachial plexus cervical roots or the peripheral nerves sm
Complete thread -- I would too (see link) ..note they mention there is a choice
Complete thread -- I'm the last one to ask, but I would comma there.
Complete thread -- Is there a comma needed before 'so I think'?
Complete thread -- thanks everyone
Complete thread -- Combivent Respimat
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sounds more like ampicillin to me, but all I can really get it "cillin" for sure.
Complete thread -- Avodart, Lasix, Combivent, _____, Synthroid, magnesium
Complete thread -- s/l he says "norcocillin" (meaning Norocillin?) but I wouldn't take a guess at it
Complete thread -- I'm hearing now, but can't get it. Sry.
Complete thread -- ampicillin? (some kind of cillin)
Complete thread -- on Cipro and
Complete thread -- He is _____ metronidazole now.
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- I heard the mp3 as soon as it was posted. Didn't have any guesses, though.
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- I agree with ltt. It is gone now, but I clearly heard some *cillin
Complete thread -- Now I hear no mp3 at all.
Complete thread -- I hear no MP3 at all
Complete thread -- Now I have even rebooted and only your old mp3 is there. Is anyone else having problem?
Complete thread -- Maybe a stuttering version of "gentleman."
Complete thread -- Very strange. I've dumped out and come back in 15 times and all I get is your old one.
Complete thread -- I hear it fine
Complete thread -- Your mp3 is not there.
Complete thread -- He is allergic to _____.
Complete thread -- He is a well-developed well-nourished ______ who does not appear toxic.
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- i googled word selection bias - and it had some hits ??
Complete thread -- thanks for listening!
Complete thread -- There is a neuro/mental health test The Response Bias Scale (RBS) sm
Complete thread -- disregard, posted on wrong section
Complete thread -- one more source. An olive wire can be employed to pull bone fragments into position sm
Complete thread -- one more source. An olive wire can be employed to pull bone fragments into position sm
Complete thread -- typo should be...... olive "wire" and olive dilator
Complete thread -- ? instrument. Olive wirer, olive ring, olive tip, olive dilato per Tessier Surg bk 3rd
Complete thread -- There is 4 and 6 elimination diet so would guess could be 7 also sm
Complete thread -- solid?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry - can't get it.
Complete thread -- She's eliminating 7 foods? makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- s/l *seven* food elimination diet
Complete thread -- I think it could be SCP (scaphocapitate) but I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- secured in place using an *olive* with the proximal
Complete thread -- Her only neurological complaint is a word selection *bias*.
Complete thread -- I reposted this mp3 if anyone can get it. I will check back in the a.m.
Complete thread -- ahhh...I got it now. Thanks!
Complete thread -- that is either ? ... or a ?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Probably getting the P from the "traPezoidal" part but agree he likely means STT.
Complete thread -- She is on Spiriva once a day, Advair 500/50 one puff twice a day, montelukast,
Complete thread -- believe he is saying STT joint, although it does s/l STP, which would make no sense
Complete thread -- The patient is a 63-year-old female who had a history of increasing an ...
Complete thread -- why do you refer to yourself as third person Darlene?
Complete thread -- I don't believe you at all. I don't see her doing personal attacks on others
Complete thread -- There's no reason to feel terrible, hoopla; you explained it all very well.
Complete thread -- It's not a great sound file but he is also a terrible dictator
Complete thread -- Meant to say probably time for me to give up. Thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I can *maybe* hear L2 but not the rest of it. Probablytime
Complete thread -- #2 I hear him say "L1, L2 vertebral body (but changes to vertebral bodies)
Complete thread -- wheeeeeeeeeeeeee
Complete thread -- Well, now I feel terrible because everyone is getting kind of mean about it. Please accept
Complete thread -- Pffff...that's a bad sound file. I can't get a thing.
Complete thread -- I just picture D riding it across the board...lol
Complete thread -- Thanks -- I did repost it. I'd appreciate the help.
Complete thread -- I was going to listen too, can you repost even if already sent in.
Complete thread -- uncommon?
Complete thread -- I know I'm late & hope you got your answer since the MP3 is gone.
Complete thread -- BB- thanks for your sense of humor.
Complete thread -- lol - the video alone scares me...
Complete thread -- muck up a thread? how about muck up the entire board...like a wrecking ball.
Complete thread -- I think the OP could have figured it out 6 days of 7.
Complete thread -- there was no stumble of L1, but he says vertebral body twice in a row
Complete thread -- OK, will definitely keep trying to hear that. Really, it worries me
Complete thread -- I definitely hear "compression of L1 vertebral body"
Complete thread -- I appreciate any suggestions I can get, so thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I wish I could hear that but just can't. My ears are probably
Complete thread -- here=hear even
Complete thread -- sounds like there is "2 out of 3" in there...
Complete thread -- Did you even read what I said? I guess not. Sigh.
Complete thread -- a moderately severe compression of L1 vertebral body?? (I hear a stumble of L1)
Complete thread -- Not a great sound file, but need help with the blanks
Complete thread -- you have an "uncommon talent" for mucking up a simple thread - can you "recognize"
Complete thread -- right...
Complete thread -- forgot to shout your name *DARLENE*
Complete thread -- I'm still lost? maybe its a blonde thing, but what are we talking
Complete thread -- and the disc material is usually in the disc, not surrounding it...
Complete thread -- No hoopla, merely "recognizing" an uncommon "talent", I can, can't you too?
Complete thread -- ditto - it wasn't exactly rocket science
Complete thread -- but the discs do not "grind against each other"...unless the vertebrae disappear
Complete thread -- Don't get me wrong. BB is great (we all know that), but I think even he would admit that
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- A former poster here & MTDaily. Amazed me how she could unscramble words."A real talent"
Complete thread -- Right?
Complete thread -- what
Complete thread -- Ya did it again, chuckle. Jersey Girl could see a jumbled bunch of letters and do it too
Complete thread -- fills - see link
Complete thread -- Previous lap band - had trouble tolerating band s/l fields?
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- Corynebacterium.
Complete thread -- The patient's prosthetic infection revealed s/l kuh-ron-ee bacterium. TIA!
Complete thread -- thank you! I am going to send it to QA as the report is swiss cheese. Hopefully I will
Complete thread -- Maybe general(ized) anxiety disorder. I do hear the "drug abuse" at the end of SH so you
Complete thread -- better than what I hear LOL! I keep hearing after dementia, "drowned in a giant soda" LOL!
Complete thread -- I hear something anxiety disorder in 2nd blank but not much else.
Complete thread -- any attempt at changing speed distorts audio, sorry! :(
Complete thread -- (SH is based off of other reports by dictator, but I'm not certain he is saying that)
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- "ly" adverbs don't get hyphenated. Maybe mildly heeled open-toe, somewhat of a dress
Complete thread -- none after mildly.
Complete thread -- tries to sit up, but it is impossible ..., for safety issues, s/l I-board is out. TIA
Complete thread -- Today, she is wearing a soft, mildly-heeled open-toe, somewhat of a dress-sandal shoe
Complete thread -- going to go with "the concern of dependence that could develop"
Complete thread -- cannot catch word for word what he says
Complete thread -- I had seen that, but this was to be a test on her, is how it sounded to me
Complete thread -- Consider. HSP antibodies (test male serum) see where says semen analysis. sm
Complete thread -- I'm gonna send with a blank :) thank you!
Complete thread -- HSP is what I heard too, but what is HS'P'?? I am not having any luck
Complete thread -- s/l HSP in Topeka. (You are right, does not s/l HSG)
Complete thread -- what I keep hearing, I cannot document. I cannot hear HS"G"
Complete thread -- a guess there is a Zoll external defibrillator(since mention of heart issues sm h
Complete thread -- sehr gut
Complete thread -- nadaclue here... sorry
Complete thread -- zoles and it is drugs ending in zoles - hate when they do that.
Complete thread -- 2. _____ at the bedside. Sorry did not copy it all
Complete thread -- patient with 3rd degree AV block and lung cancer. Blank sounds like zoles?
Complete thread -- POI each vertebra is a soft, gel-like cushion called a disc that helps absorb pressure sm
Complete thread -- So you solved the problem that's good right. the"e' was probably a splenectomy. s
Complete thread -- Caldwell-Luc ---- finally! Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- To be honest, it really sounds more like SM
Complete thread -- 76-yo female. Past surgeries include a s/l kalvolock and SM
Complete thread -- agree - each place where you have "femoral", he actually says "Comma"
Complete thread -- agree, femur/thigh has nothing to do with procedures of the
Complete thread -- Also -- I just realized it says femoral. Doubt that's correct.
Complete thread -- Also -- in #3, I might hear interpretation instead of verification.
Complete thread -- laminotomy. In #2, is it techniques (plural) and disc (singular)?
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: L3-L4 herniated disc. TITLE OF OPER ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- severely
Complete thread -- The malleus was partially destroyed. The tympanic membrane was ____ r ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. Examination.
Complete thread -- The scope was then suspended with a suspender. ____ revealed a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Placed a small incision where the pins were. The pins were removed as
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under LMA anesth ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Also prescriptions (plural)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- The patient's mother was ....liquid analgesic, liquid steroid
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- The patient was awoken in the operating room and appeared to tolerate ...
Complete thread -- got it...see message
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- *I don't know* - sorry, I can't make sense of it.
Complete thread -- maybe "In the absence of those events; however, she has...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- 2 years and absence of _______ events; however, she
Complete thread -- infections and pneumonias requiring hospitalizations over the last 2 years.
Complete thread -- Historically, the patient has numerous rounds of infections ____ hospi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- no cap..it is a sugar monomer (whatever that is...haha)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- not sure on the cap status of Mannose - researching
Complete thread -- Mannose-binding lectin protein deficiency
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Chronic tonsillitis. 2. Immune deficienc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and the lead
Complete thread -- The lead was first anchored to the supraspinous ligament with 0 silk s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- appropriate flow
Complete thread -- Contrast was injected through the needle and identified ____ in the jo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- if in fact her stimulator
Complete thread -- Stimulation was felt across her back on both sides and down her legs a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Chronic pain
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Failed back surgery syndrome. 2. Degen ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- I would think spaces (i.e. compartments)...as I would think there
Complete thread -- spaces sounds good...the spaces between the small bones of the wrist
Complete thread -- He works about 55-60 hours a week to support them.
Complete thread -- The other wrist s/l spaces or bases are nontender. TIA!
Complete thread -- I heard that too, but wasn't going to argue with you...LOL
Complete thread -- then again, he did dictate #2 LOL! I think I will blank it as I am not sure :)
Complete thread -- thanks for all the help!!
Complete thread -- okee doke :( Yes, it really sounds like he has it all as one, DS3, next number. He does
Complete thread -- Since this was #2, I was thinking he was saying DS "duplex scan", 3 (as in next
Complete thread -- I posted MP3
Complete thread -- DS3? DSIII? DS-3? DS-III? DS 3? DS III? unable to document
Complete thread -- I feel better. You've documented "spread" and I was able to
Complete thread -- Yes, carcinoma.
Complete thread -- is this the Twilight Zone? Your time stamp shows "Friday" -see?
Complete thread -- if we use *spread* as a synonym for drift, I did find :
Complete thread -- I should add that my "ears are old" and I could be completely off the mark.
Complete thread -- The reason I ask is at first I thought I heard "versus" (rather than
Complete thread -- Is the patient a male?
Complete thread -- anyone hear "carcinoma"?
Complete thread -- Ah. Thanks
Complete thread -- no, I talked about it making sense (to me), not that it was verifiable.
Complete thread -- SURGERY FOR ____ OF THE SIGMOID COLON, RESECTIONS FOR LIVER AND LUNG METASTASES, SMAL
Complete thread -- Can you provide a link...I'm having a heck of a time trying to document such, but
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- cephalad drift does make sense (to me)...like the steroid material
Complete thread -- Thanks to all who actually responded appropriately
Complete thread -- I can't confirm what he might be referring to and don't think one unsupported archives
Complete thread -- oh wait...you did qualify it with *to me*...just need to know it is D in
Complete thread -- ☂ ☂ confusing☂ ☂
Complete thread -- and here 'tis "T" Fri Jul 24 02:37:13 2015, and stand as originally posted sm
Complete thread -- Found this in the archives...but still trying to confirm
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- T I did not post definition of FDG on FRIDAY at all, it was THURSDAY
Complete thread -- Shift makes sense to me, disc not keeping proper alignment sm
Complete thread -- see
Complete thread -- I'd like to bump into her in the *real* world with my umbrella ready...
Complete thread -- Already turned in, but thanks.
Complete thread -- plan for injection
Complete thread -- "shift disc changes" is not verifiable....
Complete thread -- I think shift is correct
Complete thread -- I did see it...I had my umbrella ready if she still didn't get *it*
Complete thread -- (that teaching thread just fell off the bottom of the page, if you're wondering)
Complete thread -- I'd tell ya but I'm burnt out on teaching today with tryin to teach D to read & tell time.
Complete thread -- MRI s/l shift disc
Complete thread -- what's a verb? :P)
Complete thread -- I believe "kick back" should be two words for a verb.
Complete thread -- Also found cancer staging govt site with MX and cancer organization same MX
Complete thread -- Dictionary link shows it is MX...
Complete thread -- I could only find the example of Nx (lower case) and will leave Mx. Thanks
Complete thread -- pericolonic lymph nodes positive, T3 N1 Mx. Is the 'x' capitalized?
Complete thread -- I'm glad we're able to help him, but I can't help wondering how he can support his family
Complete thread -- WRONG, Darlene. Can you read? Can you tell time? See if this helps you...
Complete thread -- he loses like 25% of his pay if he has to send to QA, so I understand
Complete thread -- sure gets quiet around here when guy goes to bed...
Complete thread -- Sorry, I disagree. I defined it. Poi had not yet answered it prior to my post.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- him thoroughly looking in all crevices.
Complete thread -- We scoped ____. ...
Complete thread -- oh. in this sentence also. thanks. in the following post there was similar correction.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yeah. i noticed. thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- in previous sentence, I hear "we were only able to get it to move..."
Complete thread -- we would cause the patient more harm by trying to attempt ____
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- We carefully probed it and elected not to proceed to detach it and try ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- that's the first blank
Complete thread -- it was elected not to attempt repair of it
Complete thread -- it to move.
Complete thread -- The rotator cuff had retracted back to the glenoid. On probing it, we ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- bald head? (or maybe it'd be bald-head?)
Complete thread -- #1 - fluid wave is fine, #2 - resonance
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- PE- two words
Complete thread -- The arthroscopic evaluation showed immediately a very large ____ compl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks (my ears are at their sharpest at this time of day)
Complete thread -- What a mouthful. It would take sharp ears to pick that all up. Good job.
Complete thread -- i think he is correcting
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- the scope ______? I don't think he's saying "up" in previous sentence, s/l "uhh period"
Complete thread -- portals. We then place a viewing scope and established a viewing and operative portal.
Complete thread -- The risks and benefits of surgery had been discussed with the patient. ...
Complete thread -- Oh, I see. Pick as in instrument. I was thinking pick as a verb.
Complete thread -- sorry this post should have gone under nm's question whether it made sense
Complete thread -- it does to me... the prepositional phrase is just in the middle
Complete thread -- That doesn't make sense, though, does it?
Complete thread -- pick AT the small?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- knife and a pick the small scar band, and ...
Complete thread -- As such, the decision was made to gently excise with a myringotomy kni ...
Complete thread -- yeah. i noticed.
Complete thread -- (correcting my own typo)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- he pulls on his ears, not pull....
Complete thread -- During each episode, he pull...is fussy, does not feel well
Complete thread -- This is a 2-1/2-year-old male with chronic and recurrent otitis media ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- advanced
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The bleeding vessels in the wound bed were gently cauterized sparingly ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- this allowed for less pressure and...tongue.
Complete thread -- This was allowed for less pressure and discomfort on the patient's ____ (maybe tongue?)
Complete thread -- After side change between the right and left tonsils, the patient had ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- audiograms showing
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: This is a very pleasant 10-year-old female ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with a very bad recurrent cyst.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Cyst, right cheek. TITLE OF OPERATI ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- that I had
Complete thread -- After this was done, I defatted the skin ____ saved and this was place ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- ignore above
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- 1. and saved ?
Complete thread -- to put onto the graft?
Complete thread -- 1. inside? 2. ____ graft
Complete thread -- I incised this ____ the skin ____ to the ring finger. The flap was in ...
Complete thread -- good night and thanks. sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Goodnight all!
Complete thread -- FDG= fluorodeoxyglucose (injection) radiopharmaceutical imaging term
Complete thread -- I think referring to "class" of drugs as Q suggested rather than particular drug name sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- see link that suggests "fill tube"
Complete thread -- It was cannulated with a ____ and after this was completed, 147 mL was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for trying! Lol I too am stumped on this one! ;)
Complete thread -- Ooooh, I like this possibility!
Complete thread -- Best I could find were Factor Xa class of drugs with abbreviation FXa ...but I
Complete thread -- oropharyngeal?
Complete thread -- Letter is to cardiologist from ophthalmologist. I presume it's a blood thinner?
Complete thread -- What is the patient's medical history?
Complete thread -- medication help
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions. Both are possibilities. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Or what about "a laryngeal discharge" (see link)
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "a bacterial discharge" ( see link )
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- greenish-white secretion that does not look like s/l aboriginal discharge.TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- that has had a number of cases of tonsillitis
Complete thread -- a number of cases of ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 10-1/2-year-old that had ____ tonsillitis in the rece ...
Complete thread -- I love it when all minds come together. It's so very reassuring. ☺
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- nevermind...I see you posted above. lol
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- so Q, do you now think the one below was inner too? I had agreed with
Complete thread -- Also, maybe below it was "inner" not "anterior"
Complete thread -- I hear what s/l "inner" but not sure it would make sense.
Complete thread -- more toward the inner portion
Complete thread -- However, given that that portion extended a bit ____ portion, I went a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Not sure...could he be saying "anterior"
Complete thread -- She did have good reapproximation but actually extending somewhat ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- looked good.
Complete thread -- The ACL and PCL were probed and noted to be intact and the lateral com ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The clamp was let off and I etc
Complete thread -- The posterolateral placement of the plate did not allow me to place th ...
Complete thread -- never mind, another blank anyway. thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- s/l Nyzide, Niazide? (not Dyazide)
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- No, poi had it.
Complete thread -- attempting to place a wire through it went right through the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- attempting to place a lag screw, it went right through the very
Complete thread -- The fracture was at the very thin isthmus of the fibula and its patter ...
Complete thread -- Yes, I really did forget 'posterior'. Thanks for catching that for me!
Complete thread -- Yes, I really did forget 'posterior'. Thanks for catching that for me!
Complete thread -- It is 01/06/15. I heard the 01/06 before I posted. Thanks very much.
Complete thread -- Ty Q...
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- good catch Q
Complete thread -- yup...I hear what you do...someone outside of his life
Complete thread -- Also..shows a tear in the posterior labrum (unless he changes it further on in report)
Complete thread -- Don't know that it is *only* that...new people, widen his life interests. Remember, we
Complete thread -- 01/06/2015?
Complete thread -- Open MRI "dated" _____ shows a tear in the labrum with ...
Complete thread -- I think he just means a stranger to him now. Someone new,
Complete thread -- I understood the term as dictated and wouldn't feel the need to edit further unless
Complete thread -- yes I agree with you. "so he can stop isolating as much." ty
Complete thread -- uploaded another mp3...
Complete thread -- how can he connect with someone "outside of his life?"
Complete thread -- isolating as much?
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- hmm... there's no neuro system in there but can't think of anything s/l carson.
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- It's all good. Per Q's answer above, it looks like you did it the right way after all...
Complete thread -- Neurosurgeon. Lumbar disk herniation. Cardiac, pulmonary, endocrine, GU, and lymphatic
Complete thread -- those were my findings and why I was uncertain, because it was using as a descriptive
Complete thread -- (◕‿◕)
Complete thread -- I did send it as Swiss cheese pattern as I did not see your post prior to sending. (SM)
Complete thread -- you made me LOL!
Complete thread -- Well, I guess I got that all backwards. I'll defer to Q's expertise and bow out of this
Complete thread -- Dang! I was too windy in typing my response!
Complete thread -- Since Merriam Webster (see link) shows Swiss cheese as
Complete thread -- short answer: swiss-cheese pattern
Complete thread -- going with Swiss cheese pattern
Complete thread -- Note: No comma between tissue biopsy. The patient had a
Complete thread -- swiss cheese pattern? Swiss cheese pattern? Swiss-cheese pattern? swiss-cheese patter
Complete thread -- What kind of a doc is it? What is the pt being seen for? What systems were reviewed prior?
Complete thread -- Maybe BB could add a link up above to the Umbrella Revolution manifesto?
Complete thread -- If it pertains to bellies, then I suppose I am *jelly us* as well.
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- Bleeding diathesis is negative . s/l carson review is negative. TIA!
Complete thread -- thank you, did not catch the follow up/followup (I knew that but blundered) :)
Complete thread -- also, followup should be one word in this sentence.
Complete thread -- I agree, or no parentheses at all.
Complete thread -- I would put the 2nd parenthesis at the end of the sentence. makes no sense this way
Complete thread -- what would be correct way to type this? Confused on when doc does ( ) seems wrong
Complete thread -- thank you :-)
Complete thread -- yeah, I think that is a PET/CT to have FDG. Up to you what to do with it though.
Complete thread -- no mention of prior PET scan..please see message for total paragraph
Complete thread -- the only thing *jelly us* about me is my belly haha
Complete thread -- was it a PET/CT or did the pt previously have a PET scan that
Complete thread -- on a A CT scan..revealed multiple S/L FDG? negative pulmonary nodules.
Complete thread -- yeah, but a newbie wouldn't know what the umbrella was for
Complete thread -- that's where the automatic umbrella comes in
Complete thread -- I would imagine that has happened many times.
Complete thread -- entertainment is good - BUT, what if a newbie asks a question and then
Complete thread -- I'll jump on too and say 4th'th just to be consistent. :)
Complete thread -- Maybe BillyBob can make it to where we can't change our moniker?? That'd save a LOT of
Complete thread -- geez... geez. Poi, poi, poi... you are so jelly us. LOLOLOL
Complete thread -- ¨{ testing
Complete thread -- wait, what? on the old post I see about poi being a "jealous ill person" ?????
Complete thread -- or thirded, I guess, since poi really seconded, lol.
Complete thread -- seconded.
Complete thread -- but it would really be impossible to implement with constantly changing IPs.
Complete thread -- that would be funny...she makes a post, up pops an umbrella haha
Complete thread -- I like her here for the entertainment, but the automatic umbrellas would be helpful.
Complete thread -- much more trouble would be saved with banning, which we know is apparently possible.
Complete thread -- I posted "linky" - just to point out what someone else already said, this was already
Complete thread -- and there is an example of insisting you are right
Complete thread -- by the way TACO I did not post the LINKY, I know who uses that term tho.
Complete thread -- bahahaha
Complete thread -- oh, right you are (for once)...I thought I linked the post on July 2nd
Complete thread -- give her a permanent umbrella and save us all the trouble
Complete thread -- Excuse me! What absolute crap. Your name (poi) 3 times on link provided.
Complete thread -- pretty please what, poi?
Complete thread -- and here's the post - see
Complete thread -- to billybob....please, please, pretty please?
Complete thread -- that too
Complete thread -- OP was guessing that word, not saying that is what was said. takotsubo is not heart block
Complete thread -- ☂☂☂☂☂☂☂☂☂☂☂☂☂☂&#
Complete thread -- Heard in routine dictation. OP said s/l)*psychadoobie* heart block. ?takotsubo?? Ideas
Complete thread -- I totally agree Q.
Complete thread -- Which is exactly my point. If the post shows a real moniker plus an
Complete thread -- Darlene, the answer was 2nd-degree heart block. Not taco pseudo syndrome.
Complete thread -- Thank you! This is a *classic* example of ☂ post!
Complete thread -- where did you *hear* that Darlene? There is no sound file....
Complete thread -- I hate to *engage*...but here is an example of your *name calling*..and I wasn't
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- good idea T
Complete thread -- but that isn't what was said, right? The poster above was going on your "s/l" word.
Complete thread -- That is what is heard
Complete thread -- I don't believe you. Could U show name calling, show the incorrect or irrelevant answers
Complete thread -- this was supposed to go up there
Complete thread --
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- good one
Complete thread -- Oh Em
Complete thread -- How funny, doctor dictated "june one" for a young lady with no PMH. Found Junel.
Complete thread -- is this for real or a joke?
Complete thread -- slang term tacopseudo for takotsubo
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- aw, thanks. I did chuckle when I read it. :)
Complete thread -- Agree! (maybe we should come up with a new symbol to give for great answers)
Complete thread -- I highly doubt people want their name seen on a lot of "meanie" posts, which is why they
Complete thread -- *wag* needs a prize too for being able to see past how funny it was and actually
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like a good plan, Q.
Complete thread -- Post your name in the Name box, put the umbrella in the Subject box and then we
Complete thread -- Yay! No umbrella for me on this one.
Complete thread -- psychadoobie!! This one gets the prize for the funniest s/l of the day!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Yes, he is saying "fair" (I can hear that now, new to me) Thanks!/nm
Complete thread -- altho, a psychadoobie could also be a psychogenic joint?
Complete thread -- oh - I like "fair" better than my guess of "four"! Go with this answer.
Complete thread -- and might be saying extremities (as in upper and lower) fair lower, fair minus upper. No
Complete thread -- 4 lower and 4- upper(?) strength is usually given out of 5...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- my rehab doc usually says "fair minus"
Complete thread -- (correction: upper greater THAN lower extremity)... nm
Complete thread -- I'm laughing! Doc has a cold! Thank you!! :) nm
Complete thread -- Rehab consult: He appears to have diffuse weakness with a left hemiplegia /sm
Complete thread -- and too
Complete thread -- that's my guess to
Complete thread -- 2nd-degree heart block?
Complete thread -- bleed? don't know the reason for the endoscopy so don't know if this is relevant.
Complete thread -- Pt had (s/l) *psychadoobie* heart block. ?takotsubo?? Ideas? nm
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- fluid?
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- Ughh - and now I'm arguing with that person, which defeats the purpose of the umbrella.
Complete thread -- Four times total - but one was the word in question, which was really "middle".
Complete thread -- OK, got it, thanks for explaining and for the warning.
Complete thread -- I believe referring to food left behind (residual feed) in this case esophagus sm
Complete thread -- Count again, medial mentioned 4 times and I too stand pat sm
Complete thread -- residual s/l feed
Complete thread -- umbrella revolution
Complete thread -- First off, it was only mentioned 3 other times...
Complete thread -- Tylox is it
Complete thread -- I don't understand about the umbrellas. Can you explain?
Complete thread -- Late, but may return. Starts with a "T" maybe "trained" in . Mentioned on google
Complete thread -- Tylox?
Complete thread -- sorry, I disagree, the mention of medial 4 times is relevent to interpretation
Complete thread -- some kind of dye?
Complete thread -- Exactly. Good information (you should get an upside-down umbrella!)
Complete thread -- More
Complete thread -- it really doesn't matter how many times "medial" is mentioned
Complete thread -- agree with this one - junction of middle and posterior thirds
Complete thread -- or - see link
Complete thread -- If she didn't dictate so clearly, I would guess your guesses. She say ...
Complete thread -- angioplasty?
Complete thread -- I'm guessing (since surgery)abdominoplasty; AKA tummy tuck sm
Complete thread -- drug allergy to s/l ty lef
Complete thread -- s/l amnioplasty
Complete thread -- yep and also known as infrapatellar fat pad (IFP)
Complete thread -- I would say medial (also mentioned medial 4 times) sm
Complete thread -- probably means the middle and posterior thirds
Complete thread -- thinking middle
Complete thread -- surgery note -knee- medial or middle?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks! It's because my ears are so fresh at 6 a.m.
Complete thread -- wow! good job.
Complete thread -- otherwise stable to probing, some minimal...
Complete thread -- me too. I've been wondering what happened to him. ;)
Complete thread -- Got it just after I posted: Auburn. Thank you!
Complete thread -- The patient is a senior at s/l Albain University.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. that's a new one on me. :-)
Complete thread -- Lateral compartment: Medial chondromalacia of the tibial plateau grad ...
Complete thread -- Hoffa's
Complete thread -- Notch: ACL and PCL intact. Interval synovitis with scarring of ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- of the superior head next to ?
Complete thread -- Glenohumeral joint: Significant glenohumeral chondromalacia with supe ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Interval synovitis was noted, and then synovectomy was attended to.
Complete thread -- Having completed this, the knee was again surveyed. An interval synov ...
Complete thread -- I think pie has it - ignore me
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody and for the correction.
Complete thread -- knots?
Complete thread -- did not spread more than *the*... ? (delete the "in")
Complete thread -- A plication was now done vertically as her rectus muscles appeared to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. m hearing deeper fat
Complete thread -- deeper??
Complete thread -- The patient did have some ____ that will need to be excised later. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- amount
Complete thread -- After removal of 300 cc of aspirate, of which 250 cc was fat, the ____ ...
Complete thread -- good night and thanks. sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Telfa and Tegaderm dressings were placed over the area. He was *** double diapers.
Complete thread -- Signing off for the night....good night.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he wants it correct to this:
Complete thread -- sentence structure correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 planning ...on #1 make sure to removed the "and" after "possible"
Complete thread -- #1 he stumbles...until the anesthetic wears off, and we will
Complete thread -- The patient is to take it easy today as much as possible and until the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting me know. The way he bumps around, that now makes sense.
Complete thread -- typo "each injection" (not each injections)
Complete thread -- prep prior to each injections and bandages were applied (I used your edit)
Complete thread -- 4 mg (4...4 mg), repeated without pausing.
Complete thread -- We prepped the skin with Betadine ____ each injection and a bandage wa ...
Complete thread -- I've found nothing more to help. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #3 was more of a discomfort
Complete thread -- #2 motion. (period) There
Complete thread -- #1 reduction in pain with range of motion. In fact, there was no
Complete thread -- thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- Ankle joint was then assessed in the recovery room for this patient an ...
Complete thread -- I don't think so. see message
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- had no pain with this ...as both the skin and the...
Complete thread -- It should be noted the patient ____ this recovery room injection as we ...
Complete thread -- can it be 44 mg?
Complete thread -- Sorry....the sound is just too bubbly.
Complete thread -- We did give a supplemental Decadron injection in the recovery room usi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Diprivan
Complete thread -- On this date, this patient was deemed an appropriate candidate for sur ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. :-)
Complete thread -- I'm uncertain of amount, but I do hear milligram
Complete thread -- He's saying ??2 mg??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- not sure if should put 2 or C
Complete thread -- PROCEDURES PERFORMED: 1. Diagnostic injections of both subtalar and an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "tear at her right foot"....but I don't feel comfortable with
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Status post ____, right foot. ...
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just figured it out, healthy appearing.
Complete thread -- I can't think of what it might be. If you have access to
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- "dorsal-distal-lateral to plantar-proximal-medial" see link
Complete thread -- Ears are bilaterally patent s/l self-appearing tympanic membranes. TIA!
Complete thread -- The screws are noted to be bicortical and are oriented from dorsal, di ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. It's nice to know I'm not alone. Need to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- Sorry, don't know what doc is trying to say.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- head is normocephalic. Shunt s/l purges refill slowly. TIA!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Could he be saying ??? "solidly" ???
Complete thread -- Our graft passed nicely. Once we were ____ in our femoral tunnel, I t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 through my #2 out
Complete thread -- After this was done, I then removed the reamer and passed the passing ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- it googles (see link)
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "My intertendon distance?"...see link
Complete thread -- My intertendinous ??
Complete thread -- What surgery is being done?
Complete thread -- I then took it to the back table and prepared it. ____ distance was a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I did on the
Complete thread -- At the tubercle, I then marked out another 10 mm x 25 mm block and the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear BTB...but my ears are very old...so go with
Complete thread -- in sted abbreviations
Complete thread -- is that by any chance BPB he is saying? not BTB?
Complete thread -- Apparently googling shows it is abbreviated BPTB
Complete thread -- There is such as thing as a bone-patellar tendon-bone graft too.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- BTB= bone-tendon-bone (see Arthrex link)
Complete thread -- tailgate
Complete thread -- status post left knee arthroscopic ACL reconstruction with BTB autogra ...
Complete thread -- Me too!
Complete thread -- I just love a doctor with a good vocabulary!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Don't think I would have ever found that one.
Complete thread -- erudite
Complete thread -- I'd use a semicolon after "those" (see link) IMO
Complete thread -- Patient is a pleasant, engaging and s/l air-ee-oh-dite male. TIA!
Complete thread -- Comma placement okay here
Complete thread -- explained below...you really should read the entire thread.
Complete thread -- ☂☂☂confusing ☂☂
Complete thread -- giggles
Complete thread -- thanks. I was hearing *neutra* too, but used the wildcard search of
Complete thread -- ohh - good one poi! I was hearing "neutrazig" (blending the /n/ from "on")
Complete thread -- Eutroxsig?
Complete thread -- He remains on ___ 100 mcg daily, Nexium 20 mg daily,
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- gimme an umbrella...
Complete thread -- I didnt look it up so didnt realize it was a real word. :)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Typo antsiness
Complete thread -- it's spelled antsiness (and, like lb said, it means being antsy)
Complete thread -- Dictionary.com spells it antisiness
Complete thread -- being antsy?
Complete thread -- s/l antsyness ?
Complete thread -- Ah. Now I understand. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I used the phrase *neutral lateral" and that I would NOT change it to that.
Complete thread -- I'm confused. You speak about "change it to neutral", but the OP showed "neutral." Am I
Complete thread -- I don't mean to imply I would change it to neutral lateral, was just offering info
Complete thread -- Q has a point...it would still need to be a neutral lateral position.
Complete thread -- "Neutral" okay...see link
Complete thread -- you usually see listhesis on lateral imaging
Complete thread -- x-rays lumbar
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- *smile* I guess it is hard to *see* past those darn grammar errors!
Complete thread -- I won't press further. I can agree to disagree.
Complete thread -- Please view this as further discussing (not arguing)...in my
Complete thread -- could also be a new sentence, An attempt was made (instead of and...) who knows.
Complete thread -- s/b confirmed....and further down...maintained (I think)
Complete thread -- Also I'm having trouble visualizing things because there is a
Complete thread -- No matter. At least you interpreted it as I did.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- what findings were "noted above" - might help with that word.
Complete thread -- There is no Adaptic *Gauze* variation of the product.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Attention was then paid to the *valvus* with the findings as noted
Complete thread -- adjective: so adjusted as to be appropriate or brought into harmony
Complete thread -- "keyed" is fine -- like a key fits into a lock
Complete thread -- proximal fragment and these pieces *keyed* in nicely. Following this reduction
Complete thread -- aack - you posted the same link below I think!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I am pretty sure it is the diopter range (link has a +5.0 D to 34.0 D
Complete thread -- Is there anybody on the board this morning that can help with
Complete thread -- When I answered, I had googled first to see if gauze was also
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- yes, stunning makes sense... (and s/b "complement" in this context)
Complete thread -- On the page that appears, click on the find box
Complete thread -- Maybe. See link.
Complete thread -- cardiomyopathy has resolved and may have been related to *stunning* effects from alco
Complete thread -- having a second right breast would be redundant...
Complete thread -- haha
Complete thread -- mornin' ralph - (see link)
Complete thread -- Oh well, I see someone else already suggested Horner's.
Complete thread -- sounds like Horner's to me, maybe ruling out seizure or stroke?
Complete thread -- 1. Horner's
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- sorry, can't get #1 (sort of s/l "corners" to me, but I don't know what that would mean.)
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- #2 metallic taste (what exactly is going on here?)
Complete thread -- Please note, the patient had good sympathetic response with ____ and t ...
Complete thread -- mornin', lb
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- I'm awake, but I'm hearing a different wav about a neuroma?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get it - sorry. (not sure anyone else is awake on their side of the ocean)
Complete thread -- I reopened her old incision down through skin and subcutaneous tissue. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I disagree. Adaptic is a nonstick bandage, gauze is the secondary
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- looks good to me, though the 2nd right breast is redundant.
Complete thread -- sentence structure correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- coma between Adaptic gauze?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- He corrects himself to end up with "ulcer site, and due to the etc"
Complete thread -- sorry for the double post - and that should've had a ? after it because I'm not sure
Complete thread -- ulcer site
Complete thread -- ulcer site
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- The patient having experienced a chronic diabetic pressure ulceration ...
Complete thread -- Yes, you have. I was only clarifying as the purpose of "just in case" Sorry to confuse.
Complete thread -- I think he's referring to the range of the lens which
Complete thread -- i mean i have written 00 not OO. see closely
Complete thread -- i have written OO but strangely it is showing 00 here.
Complete thread -- Tho he says ZKBOO ...googling shows it is ZKB00 (numerical 00 not alpha OO)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "three four zero". See spec sheet link...shows 34.0 is
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Further viscoelastic was injected in the capsular bag. AMO, ZKB00 +2 ...
Complete thread -- I think he's saying The hydrodissection of fluid was abnormal. (which is
Complete thread -- I'm just not sure on this one, one way or the other.
Complete thread -- I wonder if he's saying "The hydrodissection fluid appeared to be abnormal".
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Repeated attempts at hydrodissection WERE performed.
Complete thread -- Nucleus was hydrodissected. Then, hydrodissection of fluid appeared t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- A crescent blade (not Kerrison) #1 Underlying #2 any
Complete thread -- Underlying conjunctiva...any
Complete thread -- A lid speculum was placed in the left eye. A conjunctival peritomy to ...
Complete thread -- Forget this
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "and requires visual protection ____ light."
Complete thread -- the current visual potential is only light perception.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 73-year-old gentleman with a nonhealing corneal ulcer ...
Complete thread -- Note: "was only (I'd characterize it as) moderately worse..etc)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- or anything of that
Complete thread -- He did have again slight Hill-Sachs delamination area but we did not p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Think I'm hearing "further reinforcing"
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. Think intravenous drug fits best with the report.
Complete thread -- Posteriorly, he had some slight labral fraying and he did have a sligh ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- "for the inferior anterior, inferior, and inferior posterior sections" link quote
Complete thread -- agree with this - anterior inferior and inferiorly
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- No. He is giving two locations...one is anterior inferior the other is inferior. See link
Complete thread -- particularly anteriorly and inferiorly JMHO
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Upon entering the shoulder, it overall looked fairly good. He did hav ...
Complete thread -- Based on his pauses I think poi or my posts are what he
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- no, that is not correct
Complete thread -- confused. i thought he is saying to change right to left.
Complete thread -- I think he is saying:
Complete thread -- in the right shoulder, and had a
Complete thread -- He had exam under anesthesia and found to have some instability anteri ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- IV'd injecton site?
Complete thread -- IVD can mean intravenous drug...which could make sense
Complete thread -- ooops. i mean thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- multi-directional instability
Complete thread -- There is no erythema at the s/l IVD injection site near the elbow. TIA!
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "multi_____ instability" ...but can search further when I know type of OR
Complete thread -- What is operation?.....part of body?
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Anterior-posterior instability. POSTOPE ...
Complete thread -- You're right. I just assumed she meant as a compound modifier. I do
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I mean, yes it makes sense...but can't say I "hear" it.
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- There's still something missing.. ???was right ____ the dissection???
Complete thread -- m hearing "was reached, the dissection". make sense?
Complete thread -- Now I do hear "the"
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying "was right ______ dissection was halted" (I don't hear "the"
Complete thread -- haha...I'll take the umbrella...it is deserved, though considering I have
Complete thread -- Once the extent of pocket dissection ____, the dissection was halted a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. attach is what i was hearing.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "was attached down"...or "was tacked down"....
Complete thread -- The more medial muscle was ____ down to about 5 o’clock in the right b ...
Complete thread -- I have a doc that says a rare diagnosis is usually the wrong diagnosis.
Complete thread -- good tune!
Complete thread -- lmbo - good catch poi
Complete thread -- Sorry. Wasn't trying to imply or criticize...considered it an oversight, and
Complete thread -- I agree with that...there are often medications that don't fit the PMH
Complete thread -- Well, I wasn't ignoring the PMH, which is what you're implying.
Complete thread -- I looked that one up, but it doesn't fit the PMH
Complete thread -- metaxalone? Really hard to tell what he might be saying.
Complete thread -- yeah, I hear ma-tox-o-lin..thanks for the listening
Complete thread -- Based on your PMH, don't think this would be it.
Complete thread -- pmh:anxiety/depression, persistent allergic rhinitis, and Hashimoto’s
Complete thread -- ???Rituximab??? see link
Complete thread -- Include levocetirizine, sertraline, ___________, azelastine, multivitamin.
Complete thread -- I should give myself an umbrella for chasing zebras....
Complete thread -- I was gonna say dog years (so, approximately 7?) but I didn't want to sound
Complete thread -- :) thanks! haha
Complete thread -- thank you all
Complete thread -- I tried too - no luck (it s/l vitate-em" to me)
Complete thread -- I'm in the mood for a malady, I'm in the mood for a malady, I'm in the moo-ooo-
Complete thread -- darlene...
Complete thread -- Dorland's uses malady and shows [Fr. maladie], so I would use malady JMO
Complete thread -- or does "heavy acute care" count like pack-years?
Complete thread -- I only recall seeing malady, or plural maladies
Complete thread -- malady or maladie ?? both in Stedman's as well as online, unsure which is preferred
Complete thread -- that is okay, thank you so much for trying :)
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- making a mountain out of a vitamin -ha ha ha! Good one, poi!
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't find anything.
Complete thread -- you saw it, yet you felt the need to repeat it - four times in one post, no less!
Complete thread -- this is a doctor, a general surgeon
Complete thread -- 50 years experience?? Are you that old?
Complete thread -- Stop trying to twist and distort to fit you purposes "put downs" Taco
Complete thread -- just curious...is that a doctor or PA/FNP? Sure sounds like they are
Complete thread -- still no idea what my blank is, but correction to #6 is Asacol 800 mg 3 times a day.
Complete thread -- smaller spurt refers to blood, attributed to artifact(error in read))
Complete thread -- darlene...
Complete thread -- Actually I saw Taco post "aspiration pneumonia". Stop the nasty crap
Complete thread -- Well, I've heard often in over 50 years of heavy acute care, many specialities & dictators
Complete thread -- med list help
Complete thread -- taco said as much below, but go ahead and say it 4 more times (PNA=pneumonia!)
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. I think I will turn in to QA. Still, thanks a bunch! :-))
Complete thread -- PNA abbreviation stands for pneumonia sm
Complete thread -- aspiration pneumonia -sm
Complete thread -- Commonly said?? No, it isn't. "Has a number of history" is poor grammar and needs editing.
Complete thread -- It wasn't me either!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The dysphagia is related to questionable aspiration s/l "PNA" /nm
Complete thread -- I did see that *more* information, just didn't know if you had any
Complete thread -- Thank you. Sorry, should have put "sm" not "nm" for more info. sm
Complete thread -- CRBD? (catheter-related bladder discomfort)
Complete thread -- ine=fine
Complete thread -- could it be ine-needle aspiration (FNA)? Pulmonary nodular amyloidosis (PNA)?
Complete thread -- _____, spasm of muscle at night, transverse myelitis.
Complete thread -- Asian ESL, "questionable aspiration s/l *P & A* or *PNA*...? nm
Complete thread -- He does have a smaller *spurt* on the right compared to the left
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would go as dictated, it's clear what is meant and commonly said too
Complete thread -- Just to clarify - that was not from me!
Complete thread -- well, of all the posts to get an umbrella!
Complete thread -- LOL -- TYVM. I love you too.
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- Have we established whether we are talking about
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- Thanks - I appreciate your input.
Complete thread -- like saying multiple problems. same difference to me. but, you change it however your
Complete thread -- Does it make sense for a patient to have multiple histories? I've never come across that
Complete thread -- I'm with you on this.
Complete thread -- that way you aren't really changing the sentence?
Complete thread -- why not say a number of ... histories ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Why is it an exception?
Complete thread -- I would just take out "number of" ..."X has a significant medical history, including..."
Complete thread -- "hyphen slut"...what an image :)
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- or number of significant medical history items, things, issues (whatever) including
Complete thread -- I think this is an exception, I don't use a hyphen here and I'm usually a
Complete thread -- significant issues, things, items, (whatever) in his/her medical history
Complete thread -- X has a number of significant medical history including... How can I correct that?
Complete thread -- Per BOS 2: Use hyphens in most compound adjectives that
Complete thread -- No prob.
Complete thread -- Sorry Q for getting your moniker wrong !
Complete thread -- Looks more like BMP (based on your context) see link..sorry
Complete thread -- and also SMA 12, SMA 20... and yes, Questr already posted, so...
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- here's a linky
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Yes....also called CMP (comprehensive metabolic panel) see link
Complete thread -- SMA is simultaneous multichannel autoanalyzer (used for chemistries)
Complete thread -- PT is 9.6 with INR 0.9, PTT is 21. *SMA* Sodium is 135, potassium 3.0, chloride
Complete thread -- I understand your point too, but I guess we all have different
Complete thread -- I get what you're saying, but I don't think it's necessary to confront the poster at all
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Good one, taco! That was a tough one for me. All I heard was the "tion" at the end :)
Complete thread -- yes! thank you! :)
Complete thread -- will be given. (end dictation)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I just find that instead of posting something back like "that is condescending and rude"
Complete thread -- I don't know. What I hear makes no sense.. s/l "of an" don't know if he means "added"??
Complete thread -- Wonder if "Res Mod" stands for Restoration Modular Revision Hip System (see link)
Complete thread -- fluff to hpacic
Complete thread -- effective?
Complete thread -- conical distal stem for a *resmod* by Stryker.
Complete thread -- oops...here's the link
Complete thread -- Found this article from 2008 which you may find interesting. For
Complete thread -- not certain what he is saying
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- While I might agree with you that we don't need to be schooled, I still think the umbrella
Complete thread -- I would have posted an umbrella under adapt...with no apology. :)
Complete thread -- You've earned back my respect. :)
Complete thread -- Point taken. You're absolutely right. I was being rude and I apologize.
Complete thread -- I gotta say - when there's a message in the box and you're trying to save someone the time
Complete thread -- QA where I work has actually changed it to hyphens on some of mine, others left it alone.
Complete thread -- Thanks all of you! I will get with the manager and ask her. Good ideas all around
Complete thread --
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- A key is to realize trends DO change and adapt Also check w/employer on their preferences.
Complete thread -- I also found a heated thread on this topic from Nov 26, 2007. Can't post link but you can
Complete thread -- I sure agree with this for sure. Too much of this on this board
Complete thread -- I found this...
Complete thread -- I hate to tell people not to do it without giving a resource. I know you shouldn't but
Complete thread -- I can't find it either in BOS2. I see it both ways, with and without, so ...
Complete thread -- Hyphens - mild to moderate. I need a source. Does it state anything in
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- Thank you, I saw that and wanted to confirm.
Complete thread -- adding to first post-next line.
Complete thread -- listen for thyroxine T4 ??
Complete thread -- see link - i think F19 is added probiotic (paracasei F19 or lactobacillus F19)
Complete thread -- surgical note knee arthroscopy
Complete thread -- lab result *thyroxine G4* normal at 6.4 (normal range 4.5-12.0)
Complete thread -- Infant fed with s/l formula F19.
Complete thread -- short arm splint (no hyphen)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. washed out. 2. For the skin
Complete thread -- yours makes more sense.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing dilate the end
Complete thread -- Secondary port was placed. Debridement of TFCC and the reactionary ti ...
Complete thread -- No. 1 doesn't make a lot of sense to me, but that's what I hear.
Complete thread -- 1. Used to dilating it in. 2. pannus 3. a lot of capillaries and
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- After this was done, a trocar was used to dilate ____. Then, we passe ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- hadn't changed any
Complete thread -- She says that it really ____ since her last visit here 2 months ago. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Ralph Warnock (I confirmed him in Georgia)
Complete thread -- She has been given muscle relaxers over the last 10 years by Dr. ____ ...
Complete thread -- Think that's it. thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I have given
Complete thread -- #1 warned
Complete thread -- Wonder if it might be coryza.
Complete thread -- We discussed liposuction in these areas but ____ that this will not im ...
Complete thread -- S/l Pure I Zuh?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- yea, he has a very odd way of speaking but we are supposed to type exact, TY!
Complete thread -- Yvw.
Complete thread -- Awesome! Thank you so much Q!
Complete thread -- Also s/b "had been started" (not has been)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Salonpas at night (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- She continued to have significant itching for a while but once she has ...
Complete thread -- BTW "when the time is required" doesn't make sense to me.
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- "Found it!.,..shared care...see link
Complete thread -- I want to hear "shed care" but what the heck is that! ??
Complete thread -- I hear "____ care"
Complete thread -- she has elected to have ___ with yourself and deliver in the country when the time i
Complete thread -- ok. thanks.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't..BTJMO
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. should i put this in quotations?
Complete thread -- Miss Piggy knees
Complete thread -- The patient is a lady who comes in today with questions regarding her ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- has to be coaxed into getting them
Complete thread -- She states that she does not get these on a regular basis and sometime ...
Complete thread -- No, I didn't think catheterizing..in my explanation I
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- by
Complete thread -- I *think* he's correcting himself to end up with "by"...but you
Complete thread -- i.e., I purposely used a *noun* that's equivalent to heart cath(eterization).
Complete thread -- The second incision was then made in the left buttock and carried down ...
Complete thread -- Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- arranged
Complete thread -- DESCRIPTION OF PROCEDURE: With the patient under sedation, she was pl ...
Complete thread -- see link. substitute "surgery" for "heart cath." I purposely didn't search
Complete thread -- Poi, you got a hyphen answer right again! ... ◕‿↼
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I wish to treat him by pain control
Complete thread -- mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- ah-ha! thanks all. nothing was clicking for me there.
Complete thread -- I hear and think the same
Complete thread -- Q could you do me a favor? Just post "poi, you got a hypen answer right!"
Complete thread -- He says "was not an operation" but I think he means "was not a candidate" IMO
Complete thread -- He also had an associated finding of severe cholecystitis, for which...
Complete thread -- long tract
Complete thread -- I understood. The point is the sentence was "status post heart catheterization course" and
Complete thread -- The patient had no evidence of cord compression or ____ signs and ther ...
Complete thread -- I agree with the linked info, but this is regarding a compound modifier for "course."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- typo...hear (not head) (silly me)
Complete thread -- I head continuity...electrical...(as poi said)
Complete thread -- Nuance addresses this issue (see link)...basically they say
Complete thread -- #1proper linear connections, #2 proper electrodes response to linear electrodes
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- second one is electrical
Complete thread -- continuity...electrode
Complete thread -- nope, not me
Complete thread -- Testing on the new electrode revealed that all impedances were in norm ...
Complete thread -- but wouldn't y'all do "post-cath course"?
Complete thread -- No hyphen to me is needed
Complete thread -- I would not use any hyphens in that sentence.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yep, you and poi are right.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- and should be Silastic, trademarked.
Complete thread -- and 2 silk sutures
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. m hearing grommet and 2 silk
Complete thread -- tie down grommet
Complete thread -- tie-down grommeted to ?
Complete thread -- hyphen/s? one or two?: The patient's post heart cath course was complicated...
Complete thread -- The patient was allowed to awaken enough to test the electrode and thi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody and for the correction.
Complete thread -- BTW s/b show (not shows)
Complete thread -- That's what I hear too. Also, her electrodes show, not shows
Complete thread -- fractures of the wiring?
Complete thread -- Her electrodes shows high impedance in all 8 electrodes indicating ___ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- maybe which was?
Complete thread -- stretch injury that was
Complete thread -- The patient has had persistent pain since the brachial plexus ____ rea ...
Complete thread -- Just as an aside, if this were some article for publication
Complete thread -- You might get to remove the comma before "and" because
Complete thread -- Too late, but s/b "which had been there" (not has) ...(IMO)
Complete thread -- guy caught the need=made correction
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- ah, right, correcting from "toward her," not just "her." agree.
Complete thread -- I agree he's changed his mind, but I think he changed it to "down inferiorly" JMO
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- toward (her) ... original
Complete thread -- She had been complaining about the generator causing pain at the site ...
Complete thread -- hee. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I don't know if you follow it, but according to BOS 3:
Complete thread -- shoot...you beat me because you probably knew how to spell it! haha
Complete thread -- synonymous
Complete thread -- made the ligamentum flavum and dura synonymous
Complete thread -- The patient was awakened and settings were plus, plus, plus, plus, plu ...
Complete thread -- There was more likely than not obvious scarring from the first lead pl ...
Complete thread -- some
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- my suggestion might make sense then. He is suffering from GERD but
Complete thread -- This would be the most logical answer except that I can't really hear that. thanks
Complete thread -- a baby. He's there due to symptoms of GERD.
Complete thread -- sounds to me like *saw no* but not sure if that fits or makes sense. It this
Complete thread -- optimization of his acid suppression.
Complete thread -- irritability from?
Complete thread -- optimization of what?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and has periods of irritability, ____ regurgitation episodes
Complete thread -- To say there is minimal is like saying not much (there might be a little bit
Complete thread -- Procedure: Left hip steroid injection with fluoro. can there b ...
Complete thread -- *whew* haha
Complete thread -- bkloli is correct...the reason supporting it is that the word
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- too many IMO. I'd only hyphenate right-sided and left-sided
Complete thread -- I think so, yes.
Complete thread -- sorry, that was supposed to have a ? at the end.
Complete thread -- He also reports significant right-sided-greater-than-left-sided arm swelling.
Complete thread -- :) Thanks. Do you mean that it looks fine the way it is with all commas?
Complete thread -- Looks fine IMO. OR...
Complete thread -- Does this sentence need semicolons? It looks so clumsy with them.
Complete thread -- Should have said agree with "uniform" not MT who was OP
Complete thread -- I hear it dictated often and agree with mt
Complete thread -- thanks very much for your help
Complete thread -- I'd say either/or. I don't hear it "usually dictated" but if he says a.m. I'd go with p.m
Complete thread -- nitro patch on in a.m. off in "h.m." is it usually dictated as p.m. or h.s. ?
Complete thread -- Could you post more text before your s/l
Complete thread -- well, contraceptive (Diane 35 or I see it too as Diane-35)
Complete thread -- double check spelling for Diane (for acne?)
Complete thread -- amazing! Thank you! I would have never gotten that! Thank you!
Complete thread -- mefenamic acid (Ponstel)
Complete thread -- I noted that she had been tried on ___ and also on Dianne but the dysmenorrhea unf
Complete thread -- Googling your Bentall procedure, I got this:
Complete thread -- He is young with a low s/l chasper. Pt is s/p Bentall procedure. NM
Complete thread -- Chiene
Complete thread -- s/l Sheehan's maneuver
Complete thread -- I can't figure that one out. ?
Complete thread -- The right mitral valve appears normal. Does this make sense? Isn't there just one mi
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input.
Complete thread -- I think guy is done for the day, but it's a breast reconstruction,
Complete thread -- ???temporary tattooing??? ...
Complete thread -- I hit enter too soon...I was trying to say also ???temporal"??? ...but maybe
Complete thread -- I think I hear "interested in temple tattooing" ?????
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- interested in (uh) tattooing.
Complete thread -- She needs now further reconstruction. Essentially she has some dog ea ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ☂ oy. okay, I'm going to go watch a movie or something, lol.
Complete thread -- I mean I heard
Complete thread -- oops, yeah, I missed "she"
Complete thread -- should she want the surgery.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- want (the? to do?) surgery. Mammograms have been
Complete thread -- I will see her back should ____ negative. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- She is going to remove her own stitches.
Complete thread -- I put Steri-Strips over. I told her to leave that in there for 7 to 1 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear fresh well somewhere but don't know if that makes sense.
Complete thread -- bad audio. sorry I can't get it
Complete thread -- foot into the musculoskeletal level. ____ sent to pathology ____. Ea ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- last blank - We will get that done for him.
Complete thread -- He should probably stretch the skin?
Complete thread -- I am sure that has contributed.
Complete thread -- wav posted again. thanks.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He had developed a hematoma afterwards. I am sure that ____. In any ...
Complete thread -- foot into the musculoskeletal level. ____ sent to pathology ____. Ea ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- as a solitary hard soft tissue mass
Complete thread -- After careful dissection tracking down to the plantar aspects of the f ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- meticulous
Complete thread -- Then, a linear incision was made of the toe avoiding neurovascular str ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in half and half
Complete thread -- After anesthesiologist initiated IV sedation, the foot was anesthetize ...
Complete thread -- nonsense unless "6 thousand and 7 hundred" 6700.
Complete thread -- i.e., "shrooms"
Complete thread -- 6027 would be six thousand twenty seven (doesn't account for the "hundred")
Complete thread -- I agree with you - didn't make sense as dictated
Complete thread -- better safe than sorry, ya know?
Complete thread -- I left it blank, couldn't figure it out.
Complete thread -- "27 hundred" would be 2700. Doc misspoke somewhere.
Complete thread -- thanky
Complete thread -- 6027. Comma only if 5 or more digits.
Complete thread -- s/l 6 thousand 27 hundred= 6,027 (considered normal)
Complete thread -- nevermind - stat report. sent.
Complete thread -- How to write this? Doc says "white count 6 thousand 27 hundred" ?
Complete thread -- thanks for that lb. I wasn't aware of that. Pt is schizophrenic
Complete thread -- I found: The scientific term leukocyte directly reflects its description. (SM)
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! I really appreciate it :-)
Complete thread -- comma after left shift. Yes leukocytic lineage sm
Complete thread -- SM..on path for pt with pancytopenia.....negative S/L leukocytic? lineage
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- Would you hyphenate give way here even though there's no noun after it?
Complete thread -- patient is on Fanapt, they do use benztropine for psych disorders too
Complete thread -- Okay.
Complete thread -- I don't understand.
Complete thread -- nevermind, I see what you are saying. I thought you were talking about the
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- he didn't dictate it, I was giving information I found in case it helped.
Complete thread -- Good!
Complete thread -- agree. that's what I'm hearing too.
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- If so, show it as thoracic/vascular surgery (I think)
Complete thread -- wonder if he's saying "history of thoracic vascular surgery by Dr. "
Complete thread -- can you slow it down?
Complete thread -- the surgeon is a cardiothoracic surgeon
Complete thread -- Hypertension, history of pneumonectomy on the left side, history of thoracic ________
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is what it sounds like to me too, just nothing in PMH to
Complete thread -- ???benztropine???
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- sulindac, gabapentin, omeprazole, _______, citalopram, Fanapt.
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Methimazole, ___________, Toprol XL, Persantine, simvastatin, omeprazole
Complete thread -- good one for the archives. thanks for letting us know. MGUS, multiple myeloma
Complete thread -- It was MGUS..found it after numerous listens!! Thank you all
Complete thread -- amyloidosis ? (credit to "another guess" for the idea)
Complete thread -- YW. I'm a child of the 1960s and know my hallucinogens!
Complete thread -- eating all major food groups
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- I meant to say amyloid disease
Complete thread -- psilocybin
Complete thread -- amyloid?
Complete thread -- In the past, patient used s/l cyclo-sigh-ben, which is a hallucinogenic drug. TIA!
Complete thread -- ???immune disease???
Complete thread -- No evidence for S/L emdses? or multiple myeloma..pt with dysproteinemia
Complete thread -- eating all-natural food groups?
Complete thread -- hmmmm, I dunno
Complete thread -- I was thinking the word ended with an "al" sound to it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying "no major issue concerns." (not or concerns)
Complete thread -- major
Complete thread -- uncertain I am hearing correctly.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- directly and consensually?
Complete thread -- Visual fields are full by confrontation. Light s/l shines consensually. TIA!
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- mid plate
Complete thread -- Sent report with blank. Dictator has strong Hispanic accent. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- sorry I could not help. Also can be helpful to mention if "indian" "chinese" etc
Complete thread -- yes, very helpful, thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- The only firm thing I can say is that from what you wrote as
Complete thread -- See link....there is also a 2-day protocol that can be done
Complete thread -- it was a daily in-house hospital progress note, and he never gives lab results in them
Complete thread -- is this all one thing? and is it being performed twice? or 2 separate on each day??
Complete thread -- please disregard
Complete thread -- Corrections present MTs with problems when we're not sure
Complete thread -- s/l duodenosto-miss pls sm
Complete thread -- can you provide a PMH though which helps in figuring out mystery meds?
Complete thread -- here is what he said, including his uh's :)
Complete thread -- are you sure he didn't mean a basic CBC (without diff)?
Complete thread -- I don't have a microphone. Patient being seen in consultation for chest tube removal s/p
Complete thread -- do you have a microphone so you can record and post audio? can you provide PMH?
Complete thread -- he just said "a basic" and we cannot just leave it as that as it is slang
Complete thread -- ESL help - list of meds:
Complete thread -- did you expand BMP or did they dictate basic metabolic profile?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I'm not sure what I'd do with that, but it definitely sounds a bit redundant. maybe blank
Complete thread -- just caught that this should say *know, not no =/
Complete thread -- yay! :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- auditory visual tactile hallucinations - I think you had it!
Complete thread -- Thanks. That makes sense. I will see I can get an abbreviation that might work
Complete thread -- I do not no myself, but wondering if it has something to do with auditory or visual
Complete thread -- would you put both or remove the basic??
Complete thread -- psych report. Sounds like AVPH or AVTH?
Complete thread -- Link didn't work. Said viewing time had run out. What did PF stand for?
Complete thread -- Finally found this, right after I posted of course. Thanks anyway. Link
Complete thread -- I am guessing full term, but I can't really document.
Complete thread -- The patient is a G2, PF1 patient. What is PF? I can't seem to find this.
Complete thread -- I love your "sheesh" - that's my word!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Seems right to me.
Complete thread -- Patient with hairy cell leukemia and toxoplasmosis (ESL doc)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. Really sounds like market. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- frog leg lateral view is usually done with AP pelvis so perhaps that is it
Complete thread -- I wanted to post 2, but I think 1 makes the point for both :)
Complete thread -- haha. I like the self-deprecrating umbrellas that started today. waiting for my turn. :)
Complete thread -- actually, this is a pelvis view, not hip, so probably not it.
Complete thread -- inlet and outlook views
Complete thread -- that is funny! I have thought of giving myself an umbrella before too!
Complete thread -- You misread or misunderstood what that poster was telling you
Complete thread -- inlet?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- lead, 1 hour. ... locate
Complete thread -- 2. Intraoperative programming for spinal cord stimulator lead ____. ...
Complete thread -- AP pelvis and s/l market view of the hip will be ordered.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- the facet joints at most all levels.
Complete thread -- There is arthropathy of this facet joints, ____. There is a left face ...
Complete thread -- There was fissuring of the anterior and posterior portion of the annul ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tizanadine ? (check dose)
Complete thread -- She is taking ibuprofen 800 mg 3 times a day and ____ 4 mg twice a day ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- bilingual
Complete thread -- This 68-year-old Hispanic ____ woman who on November 19, 1990 was remo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- I would put it how it was dictated myself (if verbatim acct)
Complete thread -- I was guessing, is why I apologized, and was unsure how it should be typed as far as caps
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- agree, that's what I hear. but should really be *In-Home Supportive* Services (IHSS)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. its correct. why are you apologizing?
Complete thread -- Employer is Fresno County Home ?? Support Services?? sorry
Complete thread -- D.O.I.: 11-19-1990 ____ support services Insurance: ...
Complete thread -- I am needing to send as this is an H&P :(
Complete thread -- patient has a rash :)
Complete thread -- uncertain I am hearing correctly.
Complete thread -- hahaha! we could make up a bunch of them and answer each with "ignore" lol!
Complete thread -- I just hope there's a bunch of posts tonight so this whole thread gets pushed out of view!
Complete thread -- now (because my brain is slow tonight) I just now got that I was correct in my original
Complete thread -- hahaha - it sure was. At least it will keep me from taking myself too seriously.
Complete thread -- hahaha! it was good for a laugh :)
Complete thread -- sheesh to me too, that I thought the "with a Z" was meant for 'pains' HAHA! took me quite
Complete thread -- ☂ I'm giving myself the umbrella - ^this^ was a crap answer -
Complete thread -- :) LOL!! :) thank you! :)
Complete thread -- okay... sheesh, ignore me above... yeah, now I hear "zinging" pains (with a 'z')
Complete thread -- I really now think that the "with a Z" was her specifying "zinging pains" :) thank you for
Complete thread -- tho', if that's it, I guess it'd be "Zayn pains" cuz I do hear plural painS
Complete thread -- maybe she is saying "zinging pains" specifying the Z for zing rather than sting??
Complete thread -- to me it sounds like she is saying "stinging painz" ??
Complete thread -- ok - got it (my speakers got unhooked)... "Zayn Pain" -- check out this link
Complete thread -- it is there. Try refreshing
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing your wav - is it just me?
Complete thread -- I'd use it - the meaning is clear.
Complete thread -- anyone?? :)
Complete thread -- if not verbatim and can change, I would use "clumping"
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- how would you type this??? I really am not quite sure LOL!
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- yes... B. frag. -- I think you've got it!
Complete thread -- nm it's "tug" test
Complete thread -- "tad" or Ted test on boy with ear infection
Complete thread -- :) thank you :)
Complete thread -- Since we find it both ways at medically reputable sites, I'd say client preference, and
Complete thread -- thank you for all your help! I really appreciate it! would your pref be 3A?
Complete thread -- That works - thanks!
Complete thread -- Think it is B. fragilis ...found this article...see link
Complete thread -- I find divalproex sodium (Depakote) ...see if it fits your context see link
Complete thread -- Since I find PubMed with both 3A and 3a and different kidney
Complete thread -- s/l delaproic sodium 500 mg b.i.d.
Complete thread -- thank you! I tried BOS 2 as well hoping it would state it too :(
Complete thread -- I'd go with 3A...found as such both at PubMed and at renal org on google. Tried
Complete thread -- needing to send, so I will go with 3a. Please still post whether correct or not for next
Complete thread -- verifying whether stage 3A or stage 3a for renal failure?? finding both
Complete thread -- pt has a vulvar/Bartholin duct abscess...
Complete thread -- I know, right? Ouch! But not being able to pee is probably even more painful.
Complete thread -- gives me chills
Complete thread -- Actually, I thought yours was a good guess too, just when I went
Complete thread -- sounds painful but I can *imagine* it. Patient's insert the strangest
Complete thread -- Sounds okay to me. I've never heard that, per se, but I can certainly imagine it.
Complete thread -- his distal urethra with a *thermometer*; however, his symptoms
Complete thread -- good guess, Q (a lot better than mine!)
Complete thread -- I found this artical discussing an introduction device to help
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- maybe Flexi-Seal® FMS is a temporary containment device, indicated for bedridden or
Complete thread -- this is a really wild guess (if this is a male) - erection device?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Cystoscopy and placement of suprapubic tube.
Complete thread -- what's the name of the procedure?
Complete thread -- Metastatic uterine papillary cancer, progressive, frailty phenotype.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l rutledge device
Complete thread -- broad-spectrum antibiotics with linezolid and Zoysn.
Complete thread -- in list of diagnoses, not sure if sentence is one or two separate diagnoses, sm plse
Complete thread -- spectrum antibiotic ______ and Zosyn
Complete thread -- wound vac and *flexacele*
Complete thread -- lol! :)
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- I wish I knew an easier way, but I've just been cutting and pasting it.
Complete thread -- :) how do you even make the umbrella?
Complete thread -- No need to be sorry! Welcome to the umbrella revolution!
Complete thread -- sorry, did not realize :)
Complete thread -- Likely IS Vas-cath, per T (if context fits conditions included
Complete thread -- Look like to me some are jelly-us, territorial. fearful tst tst
Complete thread -- Poi posted work history of no acute care, private Dr. Office main is sleep studies,
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- (that's what the umbrella was for - it's a "crap" post)
Complete thread -- ?? what do you mean "pretty close but he says 'stop' his torsemide"? that is what I have
Complete thread --
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Complete thread -- No, poi is a paranoid, jealous ill person trying wrongly defame
Complete thread -- ☼☼☼☼
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Complete thread -- "was" is right - I missed that; thanks for clarifying.
Complete thread -- Also would delete last "level" in last sentence. (I think doc got lost in his sentence).
Complete thread -- Also..googling indicates Smith-Robinson is an approach and
Complete thread -- Pretty close but says "stop" his torsemide, "start" furosemide(Lasix)
Complete thread -- Only would suggest using past tense "was" to be consistent with rest of dictation
Complete thread -- thank you both :)
Complete thread -- yea, that too.
Complete thread -- kinda hard to tell, s/l he's saying torosemide (with an extra syllable in there) but s/l
Complete thread -- it sounds more like torsemide to me
Complete thread -- just now questioning if it should be "torsemide" or "furosemide" as he previously mentions
Complete thread -- think I just got it, fluid balance
Complete thread -- more dictation if needed
Complete thread -- I think the "s" is "is" - i.e., "A bent needle is placed..."
Complete thread -- uncertain what he says
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think it is fine - but s/b "bent needle (not s) (SM)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- A *bent* needles placed at the level of C5-6 level.
Complete thread -- soft tissue envelope?
Complete thread -- fixation device and ______ envelope will be monitored
Complete thread -- never mind - found Hohmann
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- down bluntly to the level of bone and *Homans* were placed on the either side of the
Complete thread -- tolerated in six weeks, *blood so* with range of motion immediately postop.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The wire was removed and the *perfect* was seen above the bladder and the kidney.
Complete thread -- I tried but couldn't get it
Complete thread -- Vas-Cath? (I realize I'm probably too late)
Complete thread -- Dad was escorted out. ______ anesthesia was maintained
Complete thread -- it is a helpful little clue to other helpers to indicate a waste-of-time post
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- correcting himself sounds like to me
Complete thread -- is he saying "angiographic or radiographic change" or is he correcting himself?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- into the
Complete thread -- The capsule was marsupialized. We incised ____ capsule, removed the i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Surgical absence of
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. ____ bilateral breasts. 2. History of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- why all the umbrellas?
Complete thread -- also, should be one sentence; views are confirming needle placement (see bb's link)
Complete thread -- agree, beyond. disregard my answer below.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- see link "to be not too far medial beyond the facet joint line"
Complete thread -- to be not too far on the medial and to be
Complete thread -- tried but couldn't get it
Complete thread -- Dosepak is a trademark of Westvaco.
Complete thread -- Once in place and confirmed ____ on the facet joint line. In AP and l ...
Complete thread -- Dosepak or dose pack - which one? thanks for the help
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Cartilage ____ ??
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Meniscus tear, left knee. 2. ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- There was one (or 1)
Complete thread -- Once this was carried out, we explored the tendons. ____ aberrant ten ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he corrected. The patient had a very thickened ligament...
Complete thread -- this is affecting..
Complete thread -- FINDINGS/SUMMARY: *The patient had thick to very thickened ligament, ...
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't find anything that sounds like that
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- fading?
Complete thread -- The patient has bilateral dermatochalasis ____ superior gaze vision ...
Complete thread -- Pheresis requires a s/l vascus placement
Complete thread -- Unable to post wav. Thank you both! Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- old wav still up. May be desufflated or deflated excess air
Complete thread -- emptied
Complete thread -- Glucosamine, aspirin, vitamin E, ________ fish oil,
Complete thread -- Biopsies were obtained in the duodenum, the antrum, proximal and dista ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for returning to share (pial) with word board
Complete thread -- cito-tool may be cytology(a test) of the fluid intake. Sim (slang) Similac ® Advance®
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Complete thread -- Abdominal pain.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: ____ weight loss. POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOS ...
Complete thread -- I think "thecal" is in there?, as in thecal sac and nerve root at L3-4 disc
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Complete thread -- Endomark spot... on
Complete thread -- Tattooing of the site was performed with ____ tattooing. Hot forceps ...
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Complete thread -- able to post a wav? if not I'd flag
Complete thread -- The word "in" dictated 3 times,Some reports you can also hear sm
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Complete thread -- bulging of the?
Complete thread -- The pulse generator exposed ____ the scar capsule around the pulse gen ...
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Complete thread -- evaluation of his stimulator revealed that the batteries
Complete thread -- He has recently had increase in his symptoms and ____ stimulator to fe ...
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Complete thread -- Gelfoam is just a sponge. If no *in* or *and* is dictated, I would
Complete thread -- adrenaline in Gelfoam or adrenaline Gelfoam?
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Complete thread -- Wonder if part of it is "per invasive" as I do find they can do invasive BP..and
Complete thread -- Cosopt
Complete thread -- albuterol via nebulizer twice a day p.r.n., aspirin 81 mg
Complete thread -- Blood pressure is 124/68 per s/l in base hemo third. TIA!
Complete thread -- plus it is a little finger, upper row keystroke (hate those!)
Complete thread -- exiting nerve root?
Complete thread -- slight mass effect upon the left s/l*a-thenar* root.
Complete thread -- never mind, it's pial
Complete thread -- flagging. Thanks for the help
Complete thread -- There is something she is saying just before that. Definitely could be ___total fluid int
Complete thread -- total fluid intake?
Complete thread -- s/l a cito-tool fluid intake of 60
Complete thread -- s/l *PO* AVM
Complete thread -- Thanks. Yes, I really was just
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Complete thread -- It makes sense, so if we both heard it that must be what he's saying.
Complete thread -- that is what I thought he was saying too but was not sure
Complete thread -- melts?
Complete thread -- I would have it there myself
Complete thread -- I am open to guesses :)
Complete thread -- uncertain I am hearing correctly. Cannot hear cycle or fashion like he normally says
Complete thread -- I wouldn't either. I don't think it makes a bit of difference.
Complete thread -- laxity of the knee ligaments(LCA and LCI).ligament collatéral interne (LCI
Complete thread -- curious why you don't hyphenate acute-on-chronic before noun? I thought that was a given.
Complete thread -- does the comma belong? She is doing very well clinically, according to the family.
Complete thread -- If it helps...Chicago Manual of Style, page 4, phrases,adjectival says
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Complete thread -- ghosting
Complete thread -- I used your suggestion. Thanks very much.
Complete thread -- (Patient is in labor). A s/l ghosting application was obtained.
Complete thread -- sm for what I would do in that case
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Complete thread -- He actually dictated 1 and 2, but I thought a and b would be clearer.
Complete thread -- I would hyphenate also.
Complete thread -- absolutely. acute on chronic and acute becoming chronic both get hyphenated when preceding
Complete thread -- I would not, but wait for another opinion. I don't hyphenate acute on chronic, so... ??
Complete thread -- alternatively, I might not list is the way you did and instead write it as a sentence with
Complete thread -- If you're listing it like that, I would drop the comma and have a period.
Complete thread -- does acute becoming chronic get hyphenated?
Complete thread -- Hi. Is punctuation correct? Thanks
Complete thread -- yea, WE.
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Complete thread -- Oh you! ... ;)
Complete thread -- I was having that problem too...but since I found some
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Complete thread -- I could give you a link :)
Complete thread -- succus entericus
Complete thread -- Her stoma is still functioning with colonic-type stool present within the ostomy
Complete thread -- It was patellectomy...
Complete thread -- Joint of "toe" -- (I worked for a podiatrist for years)
Complete thread -- Sorry, I doubt cheilectomy, everything I see pertains to toe.
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Complete thread -- ICD9 site is open-ended "cheilectomy of joint" (see link-bottom of page)
Complete thread -- While definition does not specify only done on toe, I'm having trouble
Complete thread -- Oops. Meant to post this directly under the question.
Complete thread -- Might it be ?cheilectomy? (see link - definition 2)
Complete thread -- patellectomy?
Complete thread -- We removed some of the bone, but did not do a total inferior pole sl**pie-lectomy*
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- fluff to T
Complete thread -- fluff to T
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- the 'real' one.. ;)
Complete thread -- See link...mi is correct..paragraph 6.2 in Notes section..write as pT1(mi)
Complete thread -- Thanks, taco
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Complete thread -- which one? Effin? or the *real* F-word?
Complete thread -- I agree with "SKIN" since we're talking about an abscess.
Complete thread -- Will hve to turn in this stat report. I used SKIN as heading. Thanks
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Complete thread -- Is there a buttocks heading? Pls. see sentence
Complete thread -- if it is talking about skin, I put under skin. What is the actual exam dictation you have
Complete thread -- got it! High-fiber diet and Citrucel is recommended.
Complete thread -- Under what heading does exam of intergluteal region go? Thanks
Complete thread -- I just took another listen and it's pretty clearly LCI. thanks for trying
Complete thread -- cannot make out what he says
Complete thread -- I think it works. reduce (go back into position)
Complete thread -- maybe ACI? autogenous cartilage implantation ?
Complete thread -- my favorite word
Complete thread -- pat with knee spacer
Complete thread -- LCI surgery? He spells it "L-C-I, all capitalized."
Complete thread -- She clearly says mi. Also, wouldn't that go after the N0?
Complete thread -- Cooling~ got the blank
Complete thread -- are you sure it is not M1?
Complete thread -- Sounds like CFM - blank sounds like cluing?
Complete thread -- cancer staging - pT1 Mi pN0 - does the Mi make sense?
Complete thread -- drug
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Complete thread -- I'd probably do "f-ing" (I also see it as "effing" or "effin" but I don't like those much)
Complete thread -- effing is in dictionaries, but if the "g" is actually elided, I'd transcribe as effin'
Complete thread -- F'n is how i'd write it.
Complete thread -- how to type profane language from a quote
Complete thread -- tyvm. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure what to make of this self-harm.
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Complete thread -- ptosis?
Complete thread -- another mp3 uploaded. pls sm.
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Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thanks a lot. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- Eye exam
Complete thread -- a lot of mental health issues?
Complete thread -- help with mp3. pls sm.
Complete thread -- agree, blast
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Complete thread -- It is worse with
Complete thread -- He has had mechanical symptoms for about 6 weeks. ____ activity and r ...
Complete thread -- black path or blast path (blast path makes sense) see message
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Complete thread -- 10s (verbatim) or 10/325 mg
Complete thread -- He should not work with his hands for 2 weeks following the surgery an ...
Complete thread -- My niece is named Caden. Boy names are often given to girls.
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Complete thread -- in approximately 7 to 10 days.
Complete thread -- The plan will be for maintenance of this dressing and re-evaluation of ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks to pie
Complete thread -- We did want to make sure that he continued to heal properly. We then ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a