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Complete thread -- I think just fine,. eccentric is something that is not exactly circular
Complete thread -- agree axial skeleton =the skull, vertebral column, and rib cage.
Complete thread -- UR right,my error. Could be Exam of carotid arteries (e.g.,pulse amplitude,
Complete thread -- I think you want aortitis - not aerotitis
Complete thread -- sounds like she works where I would quit
Complete thread -- You sound like you work where I quit.
Complete thread -- a few more links
Complete thread -- or maybe you need to learn to read the posts? (pulses are not pupils)
Complete thread -- thanks for the explanation.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr. I agree
Complete thread -- Because of the first 'that' given this risk (take everything else out), she needs to take
Complete thread -- I don't understand why you would edit out "that"
Complete thread -- IMO the info in the 'that' clause is necessary to the
Complete thread -- Best to post voice file or flag it for QA, can be either
Complete thread -- You misread...not comment on pupils...comment on pulses.
Complete thread -- Not sure if punctuation here. Thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would just flag...
Complete thread -- you need to learn neuro exam (link)..comment on pupils is part of CN (cranial nerves)
Complete thread -- can't tell if 50 or 15 units of Lantus sm
Complete thread -- I don't have "regular dictators" :( I have 7 accounts and get jobs given at random only 3
Complete thread -- thanks, guys
Complete thread -- After you hear him a few dozen times, it will be clear as a bell.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- ...or they are?
Complete thread -- I think I hear the word pupil in there somewhere but man :(
Complete thread -- dictators like this make me feel like I am in the wrong line of work :(
Complete thread -- BOS3 did not have CD as they were concerned about copyright... so silly.
Complete thread -- don't feel bad, all I can get is "normal limit"
Complete thread -- :(
Complete thread -- You're not alone.
Complete thread -- Thank you, everyone. New client, new MTSO, new rules for me! (sm)
Complete thread -- today is not my day. unable to figure out what he says
Complete thread -- I found bibiotic but nothing really legitimate in my opinion.
Complete thread -- hear an extra letter in there
Complete thread -- here is link for BOS2, you can save it to your computer
Complete thread -- vegans eat no animal products whatsoever (milk, eggs, cheese)
Complete thread -- They don't care but heaven forbid if we do something that shows WE care. ;)
Complete thread -- I've also heard of hospitals against it so much they posted signs around dictation
Complete thread -- yes it did come out on CD (I have it) but Q also linked to an online free version of 2
Complete thread -- It greatly depends on account specifics, some want, some don't care
Complete thread -- BOS 2 page 232 - Hemoglobin and hematocrit values are
Complete thread -- BoS 2 go to page 232...see link...it says to expand
Complete thread -- vegans (no meat)might be prone to developing iron deficiency anemia.
Complete thread -- I wish I would have bought the BOS on CD. It would be so much
Complete thread -- I think both fine ---PFTs, PFT, PFs; sm
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- I would go as dictated D5 *and a third* (dictator knows)
Complete thread -- I use test.
Complete thread -- #2 I heard the workup wasl also be discussed with the patient.
Complete thread -- Having hard time distinguishing if pulmonary function test(s) is dictated in plural
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you :)
Complete thread -- I hear overall care plan and think it makes sense but that is JMO
Complete thread -- general antibiotic therapy?
Complete thread -- could blank 2 be "the overall workup" ??
Complete thread -- closely. something workup was discussed with the patient. first one,
Complete thread -- The overall care plan was discussed?
Complete thread -- maybe part of word is cut off? I do hear irrigated with antibiotic often
Complete thread -- I just went and read the 4 or 5 hits that come up in the archives and I
Complete thread -- I even googled bibiotic and it didn't have one single "hit" but
Complete thread -- I'd say that it should be antibiotic solution. I don't believe I've every come across or
Complete thread -- batch of methyl methacrylate for part, but then wav disappeared..
Complete thread -- hyphen
Complete thread -- Sequential Compression Devices, or SCDs ?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- flexion extension splint or flexion-extension splint?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- The patient was placed in a knee immobilizer and *S T C D* was applied, and the
Complete thread -- *bibiotic* solution
Complete thread -- I hear low pressure condition (but obviously a lot more before that)
Complete thread -- dried and double batch _______ condition and the components
Complete thread -- umm I listened to the 6-0 nylon line of dictation (inverted or interrupted)
Complete thread -- maybe say alk phos?
Complete thread -- outclast could be him saying alk phos instead of alkaline phosphatase there?
Complete thread -- to me it sounds like... 3-0 Vicryl interrupted inverted stitch. The skin was closed
Complete thread -- Pt. with rheumatoid arthritis. Elevated s/l outclast level
Complete thread -- sounds like another tiny word in there ?inverted or interrupted
Complete thread -- I would probably ...hurt (while playing) or restructure a little
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- See the link, go to page 271...here's the link again
Complete thread -- Isn't there something about 1/2 because it is not technically one-half normal saline but
Complete thread -- pillar makes sense if clearly stated.
Complete thread -- vertical mattress?
Complete thread -- sounds like she was playing behind the right ear..need commas or ()
Complete thread -- closed with 6-0 nylon _____ stitch
Complete thread -- check these google hits
Complete thread -- I think he is saying D5 in a third and I would do it D5 in one-third (see link, page271)
Complete thread -- subcutaneous tissues and the cartilage and the whole *pillar* was removed in toto
Complete thread -- Just in case you didn't notice typo...s/b L and S
Complete thread -- Just as there is D5 1/2 normal (saline) there is D5 1/3 normal (I did
Complete thread -- s/b caries (not carries)
Complete thread -- INTRAVENOUS FLUID: 150 mL of D5 *and a third*
Complete thread -- past medical history of "vegan's" or "fagan's" anemia. sm tia
Complete thread -- (?)
Complete thread -- good point. definitely need to make sure the pt had a tumor.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! This one had me confused.
Complete thread -- and I see you figured that out already :)
Complete thread -- Do we even know patient has tumor..could he be trying
Complete thread -- dictionary is showing meaning of "outside" so I guess without would make sense
Complete thread -- I got a definition and outside works for me.
Complete thread -- I wonder if he means sort of with out the tumor, none around it?
Complete thread -- I heard without too. I tried to hear about. Just did not.
Complete thread -- hear pretty clearly "without" but..... about the tumor?
Complete thread -- If he put them in the middle, he may have his own reason..I would leave it too.
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- I have a doc that puts pulses in Neuro. I leave them but that is just me. We do not have
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- opinion on pulses within neurologic exam - SM
Complete thread -- I think in the recovery room goes with the following sentence. see below
Complete thread -- thanks so much :)
Complete thread -- yep!
Complete thread -- hearing "antio" or "anteo". Had to flag. Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- axial skeletal?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- developed?
Complete thread -- stimulation paradigm was ______ to maximize the patient's pain
Complete thread -- complaints of rather ubiquitous "antioskeletal" pain. mumbler. nm tia
Complete thread -- Yes, and thanks! nm
Complete thread -- lassitude comes to mind
Complete thread -- the field *eccentrically* in left of midline.
Complete thread -- General appearance is lethargic/"lethatude." Brain freeze. tia nm
Complete thread -- dr kim, right? :)
Complete thread -- accumulated in the body of the stomach - "suctioned out" - he says suckedted
Complete thread -- think I got it...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- need help.. unsure what he says
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ensure that the anterior *hila was obstructed*
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- length?
Complete thread -- threatened preterm labor?
Complete thread -- date of admission for cervical *lent* evaluation
Complete thread -- incompetent cervix, _____ level.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- I figured mine out. I listened but could not get yours.
Complete thread -- Go ahead. Long report for me. I will repost after you have yours.
Complete thread -- so sorry, i posted over your file - please repost your
Complete thread -- and the patient _______ closing using 2-0 Dexon
Complete thread -- WAV file, there is a word in there.
Complete thread -- I thought up to 4 hours after
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- seems okay
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- lutein?
Complete thread -- Those were fixed prior to making skin incision. *Registration* was accomplished. T
Complete thread -- Also patient with macular degeneration.
Complete thread -- Med s/l luvian 20 mg oral capsule. Tp's chief complaint is COPD
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- First blank, could it be either 2-1/2 hours or 2 to 4 hours after injection?
Complete thread -- I hear Impression: Acute biliary attack.
Complete thread -- donepezil comes in 5 mg
Complete thread -- of the gallbladder ________ after injection ... IMPRESSION: ________ attack.
Complete thread -- narrow beady eyes. ...
Complete thread -- She says that she has a very *narrow BDIs* and it would be nice if mor ...
Complete thread -- that's great! ha ha glad to have helped :) ...
Complete thread -- Me neither. Thanks for being here Q. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Don't know.
Complete thread -- s/ strob-bull osteoporosis TIA!
Complete thread -- Good guess but is listed later. Need to move on, so flagging. Thanks for the suggestion!
Complete thread -- ?omeprazole?
Complete thread -- s/l oh-nep-uh-zole 5 mg q.d. TIA!
Complete thread -- Ohhh....thanks!
Complete thread -- ??left hydronephrosis??
Complete thread -- acute kidney injury due to s/l eff titer nephrosis TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- NM. Psoas sign and obturator sign
Complete thread -- Abdominal Exam: s/l soy sign and s/l opportunity sign are negative. TIA!
Complete thread -- page 93, bottom of the page
Complete thread -- Also left knee has only one tibiofemoral joint.
Complete thread -- What is the next sentence?
Complete thread -- see link, page 93
Complete thread -- There are only two sentences. See inside.
Complete thread -- Also no hyphen because well maintained is preceded by adverb.
Complete thread -- No. What follows tibiofemoral joints?
Complete thread -- Does sentence read ok?
Complete thread -- thanks - that would make a lot of sense. she definitely is saying PBR, but I wouldn't be
Complete thread -- Wonder if it could be PVR...see link
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- I would like to reevaluate X in 3 weeks when her *PBR* goes down.
Complete thread -- Sounds okay to me. I had to wear one on and off for years
Complete thread -- Neurovascular status is intact. She is wearing a well-fitted? wrist brace
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- palatal?
Complete thread -- palatal
Complete thread -- impacted tooth, vertical and more favorable for eruption on s/l paddle aspect TIA
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Scroll down to the section "Dissecting the tract for the trocar and mesh"
Complete thread -- I hate when I have to disagree, but I clicked on several
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- touché... parlez-vous français? --fluff
Complete thread -- forgot link
Complete thread -- your s/l metz... I see Metzenbaum used (as in scissors) as a guide)
Complete thread -- I'm glad you posted, though...
Complete thread -- I would use another one after "and then,"
Complete thread -- Is comma placement okay here
Complete thread -- I thought it s/b spelled Pardones moi, but turns out it s/b Pardonnez-moi (at least per
Complete thread -- oooh. I see. It was just one "V" and the second was the question... V? Pardonez moi.
Complete thread -- being that there are two v's, I'd suggest varicose veins
Complete thread -- Yes. I was completely off the mark.
Complete thread -- That part the OP knows. The question was the "V".
Complete thread -- makes more sense phosphatidylcholine injections eliminate unwanted fat
Complete thread -- CCE= clubbing, cyanosis or edema
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- I've never heard it given as an abbreviation, but without varicosities makes sense.
Complete thread -- extremities, without CCE or V. V?
Complete thread -- I think it might be mesh guide...see link
Complete thread -- too funny...I was hearing, and spent considerable time looking for, MEO portal.
Complete thread -- medial portal? ...
Complete thread -- status post knee surgery
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- TVT procedure, s/l mets guide. pls sm for context
Complete thread -- okay, thank you
Complete thread -- I considered that, but I don't think he's correcting himself. BJMO
Complete thread -- okay, do you think he is correcting self and just wants suggestive of normalized pattern?
Complete thread -- #2 He says "normalization with a normalized pattern"
Complete thread -- okay, just did. I had it as MP3 as well
Complete thread -- You will need to post a WAV for #2
Complete thread -- thank you for that confirmation :) I just got that too :) need MP3 blank still :)
Complete thread -- got blank #1... saying TR jet (tricuspid regurgitant jet) :) just need blank#2 MP3
Complete thread -- TR jet velocity see link
Complete thread -- WAV is blank #1, MP3 is blank #2
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- sounds like Dr. Keller
Complete thread -- Scroll down to Table 1
Complete thread -- This article shows Aptima test separate from culture see link
Complete thread -- Think he's using 'plus in the sense of 'and' so "Aptima plus vaginal culture pending." IMO
Complete thread -- Thanks. Me too. This is a verbatim account...sigh. nm
Complete thread -- I'm finding Aptima, but not Aptima Plus
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, but was not it. Figured it out - it was phosphtidylcholine.
Complete thread -- Aptiva Plus vaginal culture pending. Doc spells Aptiva. Is it not Aptima? nm tia
Complete thread -- If neither of those 2, type curette into Search Archives box for other possibilities
Complete thread -- ?endocervical?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- ?a suction?
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- ?acetylcholine? see link
Complete thread -- s/l *exertion* curette
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l fau-si-til choline injections
Complete thread -- ALE amputation lower extremity testing or arterial lower extremity testing
Complete thread -- sounds even better
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- ?LE testing (lower extremity)? ?LENI (lower extremity noninvasive)
Complete thread -- found ALE ? (SM)
Complete thread -- Patient with CAD, renal artery stenosis, hypertension,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Oh for heavens sake, self-retaining retractor. Thanks
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Oooh, good one I think!
Complete thread -- I'd either edit the last sentence to: The right
Complete thread -- valve was lipomatous?
Complete thread -- The scope was passed and in the ileocecal valve was slight *pulmatis*. There was aga
Complete thread -- genius!!! That totally makes sense! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Depends who is applying it.
Complete thread -- Is there a rough Kling?
Complete thread -- giggle
Complete thread -- It does s/l "fraud"! (even more than "Ford") and even makes some sense in context.
Complete thread -- comes from a funeral at the fjord? (since we are posting our funnies)
Complete thread -- comes in feeling like a fraud? (now that he feels better)
Complete thread -- thank you all for trying!
Complete thread -- I'd say gentle Kling makes the most sense.
Complete thread -- you guys are hilarious!!!!
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- but not as good as a Honda...
Complete thread -- better than a Chevy?
Complete thread -- I heard that same thing! But what would that mean, LOL. Yea, this doc is a pain :(
Complete thread -- agreed. And I hear something like "comes in feeling like a Ford."
Complete thread -- tried and can't get it either, even after multiple listens
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I was not even in the ballpark with my searches. Never
Complete thread -- the second hit one uses that EXACT phrase - found that interesting
Complete thread -- trampoline-like
Complete thread -- ??trampoline-like??
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. Hernia repair with mesh.
Complete thread -- ??Sarmiento?? see link
Complete thread -- found it, Sarmiento. nm
Complete thread -- placed in a "ser-a-mented" fracture brace for left humerus fracture. nm TIA
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but the 2nd sentence doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- Fortunately, since you referred him he is significantly better and ____.
Complete thread -- :) Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- I don't think the singular or plural thought comes into
Complete thread -- 6 days ago - The US Food and Drug Administration has approved nintedanib (Ofev)
Complete thread -- sorry, misread post
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Use poi's recommendation of generic, 'cling'
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Good point.
Complete thread -- that is what I hear too
Complete thread -- I really think it is what I hear now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- could be *advising* home treatment of general cling wrap - just another
Complete thread -- Esbriet (pirfenidone) Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis
Complete thread -- You'll have to re-post as WAV is no longer there.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for letting us know.
Complete thread -- I hear 'waxy thickening.' Can anyone confirm this?
Complete thread -- asking me to hack into
Complete thread -- I am finding a 'nintedanib' see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- talking about space and asking ______ hack into the space accounts
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- pirfenidone or *nemanadam*.
Complete thread -- #2 Kling (see link)
Complete thread -- ..of his right hand with _______ in the volar surfaces...
Complete thread -- Link didn't work...trying again
Complete thread -- Federation of Organizations see link
Complete thread -- #1 Invega Sustenna see link
Complete thread -- I hear Prolixin and Invega Sustenna ..Invega (paliperidone) is an antipsychotic medication
Complete thread -- #2 Risperdal Consta see link
Complete thread -- to me from _______ACT team. The patient still being followed by _______ ACT team and
Complete thread -- Prolixin and ________ and Risperdal ______ in the past.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- gentle
Complete thread -- sensed
Complete thread -- For burn, advised a Telfa pad and "gentle" (or general) "cling" (or Kling) wrap. nm
Complete thread -- EKG reveals atrial *sent*, ventricular paced rhythm.
Complete thread -- DecodEX (TM) test sequences the entire microbial DNA
Complete thread -- found this
Complete thread -- The idiom is to a T, not to a tee or to a tea.1 The origins of this expression
Complete thread -- T, as in the letter T
Complete thread -- He has followed directions to a s/l T. is that T or tee?? what
Complete thread -- urology
Complete thread -- epiphysial Avoid mispronunciation epiphyseal. Related to epiphysis.
Complete thread -- Levetiracetam?
Complete thread -- doc doesn't give PMH and for meds s/l levotriptolam and says
Complete thread -- nevermind. I think I found my answer. I spelling is singular and E spelling is plural
Complete thread -- can you post sentence before and after to see how it's used
Complete thread -- Trauma team and "this patient will probably be seen"
Complete thread -- physial or physeal? epiphysial or epiphyseal? apophysial, apophyseal? each are in
Complete thread -- I think so. I thought as an inpatient, but I do believe he is just changing his mind.
Complete thread -- almost sounds like "the trauma team and this patient will, he will? wait for a 2nd listen
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I would wait until someone else chimes in.
Complete thread -- through the conjunctiva ?to the level of? Not sure.
Complete thread -- phyllodes
Complete thread -- thick cervix!!!
Complete thread -- cervix? effacement?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l fix-o-rix (OB/GYN note) see message
Complete thread -- thta's right. (instead of cut short)
Complete thread -- and then this suture was *left long* and then sutured to the lateral orbital rim
Complete thread -- s/l felorties tumor? breast mass, probable fibroadeoma
Complete thread -- cautery to the conjunctiva _____ retractors down along
Complete thread -- hard to hear, but on your end, listen for subsequently
Complete thread -- There is a toe clonus sm & link
Complete thread -- see better link
Complete thread -- Wonder if it is two-beat clonus...see link
Complete thread -- sorry but this audio jumps at that stage. Cannot get it.
Complete thread -- sm pt has motor neurone disease
Complete thread -- The skin was then cleansed with alcohol and ____ epinephrine and was g ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- as she constantly also picks at the lesion.
Complete thread -- just a couple of blanks and I am done. ...
Complete thread -- She is referred by a dermatologist for excision as she ____ at the les ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- it also scab which rubs it off (wording isn't quite right).
Complete thread -- The patient is a female with a right nasal lesion x2 years, frequently ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- markedly
Complete thread -- Findings at surgery: Left ____ retracted left tympanic membrane with ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- she is requesting
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Attempted to given medications for improvement; however, the ear was s ...
Complete thread -- can't hear it but "have constant bad breath" should be "has constant bad breath"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- tonsil stones from her tonsils
Complete thread -- The patient is referred for evaluation of tonsil stones and tonsil pro ...
Complete thread -- no, I hear "pad had"
Complete thread -- yes, this is what I hear Gelfoam pad had already been softened
Complete thread -- Gelfoam "pad had" already been softened? ...
Complete thread -- Since he's talking in the past tense, I thot I heard and that Gelfoam had already been..R
Complete thread -- Think you mean Gelfoam since it is a registered trademark
Complete thread -- my mistake, there is a trademark registered for Gelfoam (but he did say pad after it)
Complete thread -- gelfoam pad
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- softened
Complete thread -- At this point, Gelfoam which had been cut into appropriately sized and ...
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. I wasn't sure about the "range of" part suggested by other helper.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- As such, the parents are concerned about
Complete thread -- Her pressure equalization tubes had been in for more than 3 years with ...
Complete thread -- I'm sry to say I already did before and it has me stumped. I couldn't
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- in the last 12 months (not left)
Complete thread -- 5 or 6
Complete thread -- chronic otitis media with constant sore throat and chronic tonsillitis ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- inferomedially using an Allis clamp
Complete thread -- Some increased pain and discomfort. Slight ______ motion, right shoulder
Complete thread -- The right tonsil was retracted inferomedially and was ___ and dissecti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- tried allergy medications
Complete thread -- request for Q - could you listen to the mp3 and give me your opinion?
Complete thread -- He also has nasal congestions ____ medications with no help for nasal ...
Complete thread -- low-grade fevers with trouble eating
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- typo or maybe just ", has trouble eating"
Complete thread -- or may just ", has trouble eating"
Complete thread -- with low-grade fevers (something) trouble eating...??with trouble??
Complete thread -- He also has constant sore throat with ____ as well as trouble eating. ...
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- A medium Paparella pressure equalization tube was placed into tympanos ...
Complete thread -- WOW, you are amazing! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- or check employer if a preference, some do have acct specific to follow
Complete thread -- Yes. Given his pyloric channel ulcer...
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- Nevermind..Got it...Given his pyloric channel ulcer
Complete thread -- It helps to get a feel for the rhythm of the sounds heard.
Complete thread -- Please make the WAV a little longer prior to your s/l.
Complete thread -- I checked BoS 2 under No. vs # and they indicated no preference for
Complete thread -- George's histology has shown evidence of Helicobacter. Given his ___ ulcer,
Complete thread -- Oops.. Tylenol #3 or No. 3?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Tylonol #3 or No. 3?
Complete thread -- Oops oidkec=me, Questyr.
Complete thread -- The child reports that he was hearing much better out of the left ear when the tube was in
Complete thread -- Right ear tube looks like it is almost partially extruded ____ he was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Muffled hearing (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnoses: 1. Adenoid hypertrophy. 2. Conductive he ...
Complete thread -- Explained -systolic is top #(pt has low BP) lower than normal systolic# sm***
Complete thread -- Thank you SO much! nm
Complete thread -- Flutter ® (Varioraw Percutive) (helps clear mucus
Complete thread -- Pulmonary treatment, s/m
Complete thread -- Thank you. I was hearing a different word. Wav deleted
Complete thread -- a history of asthma
Complete thread -- wav file help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- slurring "Slight decreased range of motion"
Complete thread -- Some increased pain and discomfort. Slight ______ motion, right shoulder.
Complete thread -- Seeing hits for comedo-like or -type carcinoma as an early form of BRCA.
Complete thread -- ahhh...we still go by BOS2 where I work.
Complete thread -- wow, I misspelled spacing. Sorry WITHOUT spacing...
Complete thread -- BoS 3. ""use arabic numerals WITHOUT spacking between each..." s/m
Complete thread -- thanks, o. sometimes I wonder if I'm hearing right, helps to know someone else heard it.
Complete thread -- Mine says this also:
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- Ahhh. is your BOS 3 or 2? Mine (2) says space?
Complete thread -- not sure, but according to BOS, (sm)
Complete thread -- guidelines from BoS, no comma or space between T2N1.... cannot think of anything
Complete thread -- I thought I could hear "trended" in there too - fwiw
Complete thread -- there are "retinoid" products - maybe pt was using 3 of them?
Complete thread -- I think this fits...
Complete thread -- Breast Cancer
Complete thread -- He trended or tended to drop... ?
Complete thread -- He trended or tended to drop... ?
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks. Familiar with that, but doc clearly says "tri-reta-noid" with D on end. sm
Complete thread -- Tri-Retinol (acne med, did not research to see if used w/rosacea, tho)
Complete thread -- rosacea has responded well to "tri-ret-a-noid" therapy. nm tia
Complete thread -- I didn't understand it either. That is why I posted. I flagged after I had another
Complete thread -- I agree - doesn't sound right to me and I can't quite hear "generally"
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I would expect "to prevent any seeding" (such as seeding of bacteria)
Complete thread -- seeding (because given amoxicillin to prevent it)
Complete thread -- She will be on amoxicillin prophylactically postoperatively to prevent any _______ of
Complete thread -- I do not understand what is meant by "He generally dropped his systolic."
Complete thread -- my compliments to you (O), you SAW IT, I did not catch it at all
Complete thread -- Okay, guess that is what I thought, thanks
Complete thread -- He generally dropped his systolic etc
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Wow, disagree He says "some reference" but I think he means 'research'
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- oh okay - I hear it is a dialysis catheter, so ESRD certainly fits, and I'd think 4 is the
Complete thread -- I'm still wondering about the context - what is the surgery?
Complete thread -- posted wav for below
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He may well have done a misspeak, but OP has no
Complete thread -- have feeling dictator slurring talocrural, see link for ankle area terms sm
Complete thread -- typo peel-away (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- lumen which was heparin locked.
Complete thread -- A peel away introducer ....see link
Complete thread -- Good bidirectional flow was obtained from each ____ heparin lock.
Complete thread -- Thank you... I will.
Complete thread -- Based on how clearly you hear it, I would blank and flag it. IMO
Complete thread -- incision to neck incision. _____ introducer was placed
Complete thread -- what's the surgery? Might give us a big hint as to whether ESRD fits.
Complete thread -- tho, technically, I think end-stage is stage 5, and stage 4 is "severe" CKD.
Complete thread -- Both ESR and T4 are, indeed, lab tests, but they don't usually
Complete thread -- X-rays do reveal evidence of slight narrowing of the s/l tibio-caruttal joint.
Complete thread -- ESRD - end-stage renal disease, (stage) 4 (or IV)
Complete thread -- Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Sorry, he actually says the preop and post of diagnosis same.
Complete thread -- maybe T4 (thyroid) ?
Complete thread -- next is postoperative diagnosis same.
Complete thread -- I don't read all the posts, sorry if felt toes stepped on. I have no need to do so, nope
Complete thread -- What is the sentence following...one of my thoughts is that
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Diabetes mellitus, ESR *D 4*.
Complete thread -- Wow. I told her virtually the same thing nearly an hour ago.
Complete thread -- Tinea cruris or jock itch is a relatively common problem (groin)
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Hi. It was 'CK equal to 49.'
Complete thread -- typo...archives and it (not who it)
Complete thread -- I did delete. I am asking a co-worker. Thanks so much though.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Gets me everytime. nm
Complete thread -- yes, lay is correct for past tense of lie (but it always sounds funny to me too)
Complete thread -- prior to going to ER, she "lay" down and took a deep breath. correct? SM
Complete thread -- did you delete wav? I was gonna give a second opinion on that part...
Complete thread -- Some dictator use the company name KCI V.A.C. Therapy,Kinetic Concepts, Inc.
Complete thread -- Probably too late, but s/b heel (not heal)
Complete thread -- can't seem to hit right key today, "not equal to 149) not heard.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Another help to listen? I clearly hear 149 and not "equal to 40"
Complete thread -- CST=CST cardiac stress test May be running lab/diagnostics test together
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. Thanks so much to both of you for your help.
Complete thread -- chest port (catheter)?
Complete thread -- Hi, thanks. I clearly hear 'equal to 49' and always have typed that. Confused now.
Complete thread -- Hi, thanks. I clearly hear 'equal to 49' and always have typed that. Confused now.
Complete thread -- Thanks, it's been a while since I did oncology! Anyone know what the 2nd blank might be?
Complete thread -- ?FOLFIRI for the first one
Complete thread -- error, "I don't hear "equal to" in there
Complete thread -- relisten FOR ck 149 (I don't equal)
Complete thread -- Cancer patient (2 blanks)
Complete thread -- CURES/PDMP system. Controlled Substance Utilization Review and Evaluation System
Complete thread -- I find there is a J-Vac drain...archives who it was listed in Tessier's and see link
Complete thread -- wav posted on blood tests. thanks
Complete thread -- Wonder if they are just meaning the first company that came out with a VAC, KCI ?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- surgery to
Complete thread -- changes with interval _______ L3-4 and L4-5 with
Complete thread -- can't find anything "k"
Complete thread -- Wound debridement
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- age without any acute or focal
Complete thread -- commensurate with age _______ focal findings
Complete thread -- symptoms which were (not was)
Complete thread -- Thank you. I figured it was too easy to be the obvious lol
Complete thread -- yep, very commonly used like that .
Complete thread -- She was provided with some s/l moleskin to help protect her web space from shearing.
Complete thread -- rotator cuff?
Complete thread -- some ecchymosis?
Complete thread -- some "X" of cyanosis
Complete thread -- Maybe crus would work.
Complete thread -- Is there another word that sounds sort of like cruris because that is what it sounds
Complete thread -- What a great guess!
Complete thread -- In case not referring to time, maybe Orthopaedic Associates of Michigan, OAM??
Complete thread -- Got it, North Conway
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks - this is in Concord NH or nearby.
Complete thread -- X-rays were taken at s/l O a.m.......ohhh a.m. how would
Complete thread -- some more context might possibly be a help.
Complete thread -- She admits to have had a history of ____ symptoms which was treated me ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- followed with office visits (s/l visits not visit)
Complete thread -- Postoperatively, she has ____ with office visit with Dr. Raj. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- She followed with him until January when she underwent a posterior lam ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I find Dr Heldo Gomez Jr, neurosurgeon in Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Complete thread -- West Palm Beach, FL may be. ...
Complete thread -- What city? or area?
Complete thread -- She saw a neurosurgeon Dr. ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- direct tapping
Complete thread -- The right carpal tunnel is sensitive to pressure and ____ over the med ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- middle fingers
Complete thread -- wav posted. i think he is saying 2 little fingers. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- and wrist
Complete thread -- I think so. ...
Complete thread -- Musculoskeletal: Back pain and right hand ___ pain. ...
Complete thread -- Did he really say "2 LITTLE fingers" ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- had helped but not for the right hand...
Complete thread -- The chiropractic treatment he had received ___ the right hand and wris ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- like a cramp
Complete thread -- He describes the pain ____ cramp. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot friends. :-) ...
Complete thread -- and they took her to jail.
Complete thread -- and they took her to jail.
Complete thread -- Police had arrived and noticed that the driver of the 4-door vehicle w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. My spellchecker would have corrected my typo.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- rear-ended (not rearended)...totalled or totaled (both correct)
Complete thread -- #1 ranch truck
Complete thread -- would you change the REQUIRE to REQUIRES in this sentence
Complete thread -- oidkec=me, Questyr :)
Complete thread -- I can't get the first, but the second and third blank sound like
Complete thread -- #2 when he was rearended by a 4-door automobile that was totalled.
Complete thread -- He was a driver of a ____ truck and had stopped at a red light around ...
Complete thread -- Just meant to correct spelling, not saying blank s/b atenolol
Complete thread -- Realize U R flagging, but JFYI s/b atenolol
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening. Pretty sure the last one is atenelol (based on
Complete thread -- dictator is guessing, it s/l. First might be gemfibrozil and second might be Limbitrol,
Complete thread -- Wellbutrin, Plavix, metoprolol, atorvastatin, __________, Lumigan, and ___________.
Complete thread -- OK. Found a Dr. Weselman, rheumatologist.
Complete thread -- s/l a Dr. Russelman. Rheumatologist in Atlanta, GA. Cannot find this guy and correct
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry I'm not more help, but I would not use parotid.
Complete thread -- haha Q...you have a link for everything!
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- I can totally hear that. Thanks, all of you.
Complete thread -- ignore my post below. Agree with Q
Complete thread -- No, definitely not 'melanoma'
Complete thread -- sounded like parotid - i can find few hits about parotid gout so.....???
Complete thread -- Think it may be "nonmelanoma skin cancer" see link, scroll down to
Complete thread -- i agree with LTt
Complete thread -- s/l uh melanoma skin cancer?
Complete thread -- from that, maybe he's saying "anti-TNF skin cancer"
Complete thread -- wav is sent now. Thanks
Complete thread -- Please send WAV. That would be very helpful.
Complete thread -- Here is more context. I can also send wav if needed. Thanks
Complete thread -- Can we have a bit more context. "Ah nah" does not seem to = 'au tah' ..so
Complete thread -- There is risk of 'ah-nah-teh-mous' skin cancer. Autonomous? Not sure.
Complete thread -- __________ gout irritation???
Complete thread -- of hyperlipidemia, hypertension, _____ dilatation
Complete thread -- Fluff
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- By Jove, Higgins, I think she's got it!
Complete thread -- the period which elapsed?
Complete thread -- excuse typo where I repeated the word 'is'
Complete thread -- This is a duplicate post. See thread above this one.
Complete thread -- I don't HEAR the word 'time', but what I think he's trying to say is "It
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- owever, it appears that _____ since
Complete thread -- however, it appears that _____ since his incident with a bite is a longer
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- He says "some reference" but I think he means 'research' . Also I think s/b track.
Complete thread -- ??limited??
Complete thread -- followed by GI team and some _______ was done in the past
Complete thread -- Chest exam reveals _____ respiratory effort.
Complete thread -- I thought that too, but it sound contradictory. Perhaps saying
Complete thread -- getting authorization. We do have authorization dated
Complete thread -- left date out intentionally
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- but, you might still be right. I found this: SM & link
Complete thread -- Genasec is acetaminophen? Not very close to your sound alike.
Complete thread -- I was sure I had it - Jencycla - birth control pill, sigh. Sorry.
Complete thread -- med s/l gencicla
Complete thread -- Thanks. Spells letters and refers to temp earlier. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- very helpful LB, question comes up quite often here (along with seeding and seating.
Complete thread -- ahh bet that is IT- POD (postoperative day)
Complete thread -- s/l ETMP no idea 4r lab, might be temp(temperature neg. ?) transposed letter
Complete thread -- Normal chemistry labs. LFTs normal. s/l ETMP negative. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- further accentuated...due to the injection of vasopressin, color changes there? or color
Complete thread -- mp3 help. 2 blanks. pls sm.
Complete thread -- POD (postoperative day) maybe? Meaning incisions noted on POD No. 4
Complete thread -- all dictation I had was included. No past reports that I could find. I just flagged it
Complete thread -- does s/l pod incisions - what kind of robotic surgery did pt have?
Complete thread -- I wonder if its pod?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- see link (SM)
Complete thread -- tract
Complete thread -- track or tract? sm for context
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oops, maybe no comma needed
Complete thread -- jaw, with follow-through from a stick
Complete thread -- approximately 8 days ago, while engaged in a field hockey game in scho ...
Complete thread -- I also hear something 88, but I can't make out the blank
Complete thread -- seems like it skips out right there, not sure what 188 (133... goes with.
Complete thread -- ? something 88 (133
Complete thread -- platelets might go there (can't play sound at the moment).
Complete thread -- looks like embryo.
Complete thread -- ALK 182, AST/ALT 162/99, PT/INR 1.2 ____(133 on 08/23/2014) ...
Complete thread -- biopsy for what?
Complete thread -- I would recommend a day-five biopsy *s/l vit all*
Complete thread -- ?obstructive? is the next no abdominal pain or something else? Seems like a word is
Complete thread -- The patient now presents for evaluation of umbilical hernia repair. T ...
Complete thread -- bet it was status. Thanks for trying. I know better than not to send info.. (:
Complete thread -- she was status post surgery for choledocholithiasis.
Complete thread -- recommendations as to status? on status?
Complete thread -- too bad - I'm here and willing to help -
Complete thread -- Unless it is in your account specifics, you do not need comma in 6420. Ignore
Complete thread -- It was a surgery consult but also a stat. I should have sent more info. Sorry sending in
Complete thread -- bDNA quantitative
Complete thread -- what kind of doc is this consulting? what is dx?
Complete thread -- the last word almost sounds like success?
Complete thread -- you should hear correct one now. Thanks
Complete thread -- #1 and *to make some* recommendations
Complete thread -- still hearing old MP3
Complete thread -- Laboratory Tests: Last laboratories from 08/11/2014 ___dna ___6,420 ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wav file, what I am hearing does not make sense.
Complete thread -- Oliguria. I thought he was saying arguria at first or something like that.
Complete thread -- 5. Genitourinary: ___, no hematuria. No dialysis.
Complete thread -- gad, gad, goofed, didn't get all the CMP listed, some missing above
Complete thread -- addendum to your question BNP, BMP, TSH (added lytes panel)
Complete thread -- to OP regarding lab. See post at top of this page for info.
Complete thread -- your question from post below "confused with lab tests.know good book.?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!!
Complete thread -- rapid linear - or rapid and linear
Complete thread -- Sorry, s/l "rapindenia"
Complete thread -- Fertility: Motility was 47% although the ??**87.24** was low at 3.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oops typo "permanent"
Complete thread -- sent off in formalin as permanet section (i.e. vs frozen section)
Complete thread -- This was sent off in the ______. The area was copiously
Complete thread -- doc was a male haha
Complete thread -- at one sitting
Complete thread -- informed if there is any -- large bleed?
Complete thread -- Thanks Q for the suggestions. Can't hear evidence whatsoever. Have to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- Another thought comes to mind. "if there is evidence of any hemodynamic" etc I'm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "if there is any evidence of any hemodynamic instability etc ?
Complete thread -- if there is any s/l edge-uh-dee hemodynamic instability TIA!
Complete thread -- #1 kept #2 laterally. There was an obvious syndesmosis
Complete thread -- The shaft proximally ____ wanting to displace laterally as ____ syndes ...
Complete thread -- like so uric acid. vitamin B12, vitamin D. TSH
Complete thread -- I think we all believe it was a misspeak. The post was meant to be amusing as
Complete thread -- wonder if misspoke saying 1 husband and meant 3 daughters, 1 son nm
Complete thread -- I'm thinking your employers request U to group/separate lab by periods? sm
Complete thread -- thanks, looked it up & you're right. Learn something new every day
Complete thread -- U people raise the most interesting quests. Is this the sentence? see link
Complete thread -- I once saw a sample sentence with 5 thats in a row, and it made sense!
Complete thread -- Would be interesting to know whether doc is male or female.
Complete thread -- doc admitting that most husbands are another child to take care of? :-)))
Complete thread -- looks fine to me
Complete thread -- Yep, I agree with the others, it is T for trached patient.
Complete thread -- Glad she has only 1 husband!
Complete thread -- Hahaha!
Complete thread -- The patient had 4 children, 3 daughters and 1 husband.
Complete thread -- It is correct. See link. Scan down to paragraph following item 6 of
Complete thread -- Sorry, but that just doesn't sound right for GCS. GCS of trach... I dont think that is
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Found this finally, thank you. Glasgow coma score (GCS) of 8T (tube-tracheotomy)/nm
Complete thread -- S-ROM - Due to its modularity, the S-ROM® Modular Hip System
Complete thread -- The patient is alert and has a GCS of (s/l) 8-T. She will be /sm
Complete thread -- what follows? The Glasgow coma scale goes from 3 to 15...
Complete thread -- metal-on-metal s/l ash-rom total hip arthroplasty TIA!
Complete thread -- She returns to clinic today saying *that injection* seemed to work significantly. nm
Complete thread -- Female postop hysterectomy, following commands with a GCS of s/l 8T, nm
Complete thread -- I agree. I usually leave it since it is fine, but to me looks stupid.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- restrictions the patient was on prior to the excision
Complete thread -- Continue to maintain permanent work restrictions of _______ prior to
Complete thread -- ""whenever somebody needs an example of correct usage of that that just quote: "We have co
Complete thread -- I'd leave it also. it is fine.
Complete thread -- however...in your example you could modify to "that the injection" if allowed to modify
Complete thread -- I use it, just as you typed it.
Complete thread -- What to do with double "that that" in a sentence?
Complete thread -- found it Sanofi Pasteur, referring to the manufacturer. nm
Complete thread -- influenza vaccine "san-o-fee pasture" right deltoid was administered today. nm tia
Complete thread -- they put the expanders in first (to expand the tissue....) then the real implants go in
Complete thread -- thanks for your input... I already uploaded and used cc (for silicone gel)
Complete thread -- tissue expanders are usually saline, but implants can have saline or gel (mine are gel).
Complete thread -- we're supposed to use mL for cc, but my people don't seem to know the volume vs. liquid
Complete thread -- doc is saying cc, but my VR draft has replaced it with mL, so I have to edit them all...
Complete thread -- I'll add..client preference has final say...but if no client preference,
Complete thread -- if I'm understanding correctly, these are silicone gel (but boob jobs aren't my forte)
Complete thread -- I would even say, just use what doc dictates..as sometimes they do dictate mL
Complete thread -- wow - thanks poi and Q for your quick responses!
Complete thread -- if you know it is saline, i would not.
Complete thread -- context: "mastectomy by Dr. X with placement of tissue expander, currently inflated
Complete thread -- Yes. Not always filled with liquid.
Complete thread -- I do (use cc)
Complete thread -- are breast tissue expanders one of those things we use "cc" for instead of "mL"
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was debating that comma. Took it out now.
Complete thread -- My first instinct is that he is saying "On account of (meaning because of) ..see if that
Complete thread -- On account of (makes sense to me)
Complete thread -- I found tSTD as well, but that link was a place that did STD testing. I would
Complete thread -- In count of her long-term current use of other medications, we will....
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks. I'm seeing tSTD and TSTD? nm
Complete thread -- then it fits (imo) Would not put a comma after osteopenic (fwiw)
Complete thread -- Onelook shows TSTD can stand for treatment of sexually transmitted diseases..see link
Complete thread -- oops...meant starting with "T." I cannot confirm this, anyone? tia nm
Complete thread -- A 30-year-old patient with past history of "TSTD." I know STD, but starting with S?
Complete thread -- I hear the same. Pt had a lung biopsy, so that would make sense.
Complete thread -- do you have any other history? I hear with chained staples
Complete thread -- We think it might be a CDx-1 study. Have looked extensively and am go ...
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- #2 faint
Complete thread -- right upper lung with changed ___ in the midlung, _____ opacity over the posterior
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- As regards your question, "Do all these blood tests go together?" ..the
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- listen for intravelar veloplasty.
Complete thread -- I can't make wav files or mp3 files work here in Firefox. I have to
Complete thread -- palate with *intra vee lar* uvuloplasty.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. I am stressing myself totally out over this trying to have it correct and
Complete thread -- Can you document for us "preluxation w/be like a disconnect". I'm
Complete thread -- wonder if it some type of software program. Can't really find
Complete thread -- you can try labtestsonline (link), but I would use commas and not
Complete thread -- I mean, are the separated by commas or is there a period somewhere. Do you by any chance
Complete thread -- I would type "BUN to creatinine ratio" and the findings 10:1 (example)
Complete thread -- Said something similar on the next patient: I recommended obtaining a ...
Complete thread -- what do you mean by "belong together"?
Complete thread -- Confused with all these lab tests:
Complete thread -- Urology
Complete thread -- uric acid, vitamin B12, vitamin D, TSH. Do these blood tests belong together?
Complete thread -- you're welcome.
Complete thread -- That's it. I have never heard of it. You aced it again, poi. Thanks,
Complete thread -- Churg-Strauss?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- one
Complete thread -- Allergies: Tylenol, chlorine bleach - is chlorine bleach 1 or 2 separate allergies?
Complete thread -- ...chronic sinusitis symptoms. _______ is definitely in the differential,...
Complete thread -- s/l milked proximally
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The stones were milked _____?
Complete thread -- I heard gallbladder ___ attached to (MP already gone on relisten, but "cyst" ?? attached
Complete thread -- cystic duct was ligated "proximally"
Complete thread -- Trocar was removed ____ #7 JP drain was brought .... liver bed ____ carbon dioxide
Complete thread -- The stones were ____. Cystic duct was ligated AND were used ____ for hemostasis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- i hear retracted in there somewhere but its hard to even follow along since he's flying.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thank you for the replies. I use Mozilla Firefox and it must not be updated as I don't get
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks :)
Complete thread -- do you access to a previous report? He is obviously dictating
Complete thread -- _____ units of
Complete thread -- it is on the main page, bottom of blue box
Complete thread -- when you click on the "send/listen" box it should play... sm
Complete thread -- clink on send/listen wav or mp3. If you don't hear it, refresh the page.
Complete thread -- When people post questions with the "wav" sound file, how do you listen? I don't see
Complete thread -- Could be.. I wasn't sure so sent to QA. I'll post if they get it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- rossly intact. Gallbladder ____ the fundus. There
Complete thread -- induction of anesthesia ____ heparin was given subcutaneously
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- referred?
Complete thread -- don't suppose it could be "anterior strengthening exercises"
Complete thread -- return to the care of PCP and was s/l offered for colonoscopy. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes -tysm. suprapubic area
Complete thread -- After listening ten times, I now hear "with a right to left shunt." geez. nm
Complete thread -- No, but thanks. Hearing "without right total shunt" or "with a right total shunt." nm
Complete thread -- wag...abdomen is tender, no hepatosplenomegaly. nm
Complete thread -- Patient had UCL reconstruction and shoulder impingement. "I gave him a copy of
Complete thread -- without regurgitation?
Complete thread -- your s/l suggests "has tenderness ___ her ___ area"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Transesophageal echocardiogram showed EF of 55% "without right total shunt." sm tia
Complete thread -- Abdomen is tender s/l ness proper B carry uh TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think either way would be acceptable... see search results that support of "sitting"
Complete thread -- "set" and "sit"
Complete thread -- no, not dense - it is an idiomatic expression and isn't about the meaning of verbs "set"
Complete thread -- frenulum or frenum?
Complete thread -- hmm... I was thinking "sitting" - like you can read a book in one sitting, right? But...
Complete thread -- thanks, much appreciated! :)
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- setting.
Complete thread -- I can't get this guy at all (ever) but listen for shaft and urethra. the urethra doesn't
Complete thread -- doesn't help me, sorry I guess I'm dense :( sm
Complete thread -- No ________on shaft of the urethra
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- sitting or setting
Complete thread -- s/l fred nel edema
Complete thread -- colitis and
Complete thread -- The last one was 0.5. ______ before he went on the Proscar.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- with the vacuum device on hold (?) .. does the patient have ED?
Complete thread -- He has _______ high blood pressure
Complete thread -- Nevermind -- he's gotta be saying "Air America" despite the /h/ sound I'm clearly hearing
Complete thread -- he does little better with _______ last as long
Complete thread -- he had an injury to his right knee in Vietnam while working for s/l *Hair America.*
Complete thread -- large cavity is the uterine cavity, they are scraping POC out
Complete thread -- thanks - that was what I was leaning towards
Complete thread -- purely?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Global developmental delay, _____ G-tube fed, and prior history
Complete thread -- with another of the passage of the curette was done?
Complete thread -- typo
Complete thread -- gritty texture of the walls ___________ was done
Complete thread -- POC seen on curettage. *Large cavity*, Methergine 0.2 mg
Complete thread -- looks more like 160,000 - what is 60,00 ?
Complete thread -- pole and with a beta hCG of *auto* of 60,00 and decreasing
Complete thread -- None of the children live with he and his wife.
Complete thread -- sorry, don't know what is wrong, nothing there, gotta go, sm
Complete thread -- posted in mp3. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- can you post MP3, old wav still there, don't know how to delete, did try tho
Complete thread -- The patient is married with 5 children. None of the children ____. ...
Complete thread -- still there can you do MP3 maybe
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! Have a great day!
Complete thread -- old wav still there, but probably something like he jumps in and out of
Complete thread -- s/l erythroprostosis is erythropoiesis (lacks red blood cells
Complete thread -- He ____ in and out of the truck several times he felt sharp pain runni ...
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Ofev (nintedanib) idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis SM
Complete thread -- Absence of s/l erythroprostosis & prominent tear drop cells in the peripheral smg
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- working for the city of Visalia in the
Complete thread -- The patient states that he has been working for ____ in the Solid Wast ...
Complete thread -- preluxation w/be like a disconnect, in this case low (disconnect of progesterone levels sm
Complete thread -- Can U maybe hear proliferation?
Complete thread -- oh, okay. I couldn't find anything.
Complete thread -- where?
Complete thread -- Disregard. I want to check further.
Complete thread -- Apparently yes....see link
Complete thread -- Endometrial polyp with early s/lpreluxation progesterone effect. thanks.
Complete thread -- agree OP, I figured it was "his/her (alike) phrase secondarily to temporality
Complete thread -- agree Cypher first-generation DES Cypher (sirolimus-eluting stent; Cordis Corporation
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Also from what I can see, no hyphen needed..tibialward...see link (though
Complete thread -- ??chaotic?? see link
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- dorsal tibial-ward? (i cant get dorsotibial to work)
Complete thread -- chronic atrial fibrillation?
Complete thread -- Such a word as s/l dorsotibial ward??
Complete thread -- well, the "S" might be coming from the word "stent" ??
Complete thread -- s/l CYPHUS stent
Complete thread -- Hallux limitus is the term podiatrists and other healthcare professionals use to describe
Complete thread -- EKG revealed s/l counter atrial fibrillation with low-voltage complexes. TIA!
Complete thread -- limitus see link
Complete thread -- Hallux s/l limitans??
Complete thread -- If you choose to use a comma after years, I would also put one after school IMO
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I didn't think for a moment it was IN the face; thought it sounded that way. I
Complete thread -- served to ??
Complete thread -- not able to catch what he says
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- His range of motion is full, and today he has
Complete thread -- full, and today, or full and today,
Complete thread -- fine to me too ~ thanks
Complete thread -- oh thanks!
Complete thread -- that actually would've fit nicely since she was still tickin' away at 91 years old.
Complete thread -- GOOD ONE alicia. Diamicron (gliclazide)used in diabetes mellitus.
Complete thread -- haha! that was my first report I did for him :P
Complete thread -- Diamicron?????
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- Sounds about right, but I just can't say 100% for sure. You know him better than I, so
Complete thread -- agree with ltt
Complete thread -- status, as these were the recommendations from
Complete thread -- She probably will have reached a maximal medical improvement status _______ with the
Complete thread -- some more tape.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- That's what I hear too.
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- do you agree with these??
Complete thread -- think other blank is "Cord and epididymides are normal."
Complete thread -- I think I now here "he has an orthotopic meatus and a catheter in place" for blank#1
Complete thread -- yes, I am not certain what he says :( Thanks on the catheter :)
Complete thread -- 20-French 3-way. 1st has "meatus" in there.
Complete thread -- before reading the whole post, "ticking away" came to mine, like the old ticker keeps on
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- cool, thanks - that's a new term to me.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting is know.
Complete thread -- Found that DaTscan can help diagnose Parkinson's ...CDI may stand
Complete thread -- ioflupane iodine-123 injection or DaTscan, a contrast agent, apparently
Complete thread -- Khodadoust line! I think I found it. Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- Eye exam
Complete thread -- not sure about DaTscan and CDI
Complete thread -- no comma after vancomycin IMO. no comma after started IMO. and, period after fluoroscopy
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- the pain has probably been over the last couple of months
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Oops ...old link. Here's the correct one.
Complete thread -- Dornier see link
Complete thread -- s/l door near machine
Complete thread -- I think I will settle for 'than.' Thank y'all.
Complete thread -- My take the lst sentence "long" was a stumble, going from long arm to short next visit
Complete thread -- I googled..orthotics system 3..it came up with System 3.0...see link..wonder
Complete thread -- I hear - for the sulfasalazine
Complete thread -- how is it dictated? "130 dash/to/hyphen 130" or just back to back, "130 130"
Complete thread -- to sulfasalazine?
Complete thread -- just sounds like "than" or "for" the sulfa...
Complete thread -- ... to see if there is an alternative tablet ______ the sulfasalazine...
Complete thread -- I am a diabetic, and gapjoj and ? both make sense, but there
Complete thread -- System 3 or system 3??
Complete thread -- could be just correcting himself-just meant 130
Complete thread -- I pasted the wav file now.
Complete thread -- 130-130 doesnt sound right?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- type glucose measurements-is this correct?
Complete thread -- but, I'd think "of" if those are my 2 choices.
Complete thread -- I'd say "to" fits best LOL
Complete thread -- can't think of a thing for diabetes that s/l that ?
Complete thread -- med for diabetes
Complete thread -- Which fits context better? I have a hard time determining or hearing the difference.
Complete thread -- some of the levels ??
Complete thread -- I am aware that this can increase ____ levels of his immunosuppression
Complete thread -- I'm flagging it. Thank you for your suggestions.
Complete thread -- definition "in the face of" & examples sm
Complete thread -- Definitely saying "___ secondarily to temporality of surgery."
Complete thread -- There apparently was a trademark for a Nephro-Stent at one time, but
Complete thread -- not sure what the question is. There could be a nephrostent in place
Complete thread -- urology
Complete thread -- sounds fine to me, common expression "in the face of" (not IN the face at all)
Complete thread -- resussed secondary to
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- awww....Thanks O :)
Complete thread -- I hear it now too - good job, poi!
Complete thread -- yes! thank you!
Complete thread -- the head plugged,
Complete thread -- well, geez, no need to be sorry... I was just sayin that OP already mentioned Homer, in
Complete thread -- ahh, this could be IT, rewind and relisten for this one
Complete thread -- thank you for your help :)
Complete thread -- I guess Im sorry for helping then?
Complete thread -- I cannot hear that no matter how hard I try :(
Complete thread -- Tessier surg bk pg 1464 says Homer is a localization needle
Complete thread -- has a slight cough?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says. Any guesses to point me in right direction? :)
Complete thread -- OP says "instead of Homer" so may *want* it, but didn't hear it.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me sorta IF. Not sure what surg & was resuscitated
Complete thread -- reassessed?
Complete thread -- ?reperfused
Complete thread -- I think you want Homer... Homer Mammalok
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard this phrase: ___ secondarily to temporality of surgery? (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- They normally do stereotactic biopsy to diagnose the DCIS...
Complete thread -- s/l hole man needle
Complete thread -- Grazi
Complete thread -- I dig.
Complete thread -- Right breast 11 o’clock ductal carcinoma in situ,*on*stereotactic biopsy for calcific
Complete thread -- No, no change ... stages are still Roman and only grades are arabic.
Complete thread -- I would probably despise it if a jerk dictator said it, but I really like this guy so it
Complete thread -- Thanks for input. I just found an archived thread about it, seems OK... I'm going with it
Complete thread -- I used to despise slang like that, but now I find it amusing and it breaks up the day.:)
Complete thread -- Good enough for me! Thanks :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'm still doing Roman numerals, but who am I?
Complete thread -- "ceruloplasmin" is part of it, but there's still a word before that
Complete thread -- pt has tachycardia, and doc says "she is still tacking away... heart rate in 110s"
Complete thread -- hepatitis A, B, C, _____, celiac serologies,
Complete thread -- To clarify, lung cancer stage III or 3?
Complete thread -- Since I can't keep up, are cancer stages now in arabic?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- thought so too
Complete thread -- ankle pains?
Complete thread -- i hear ankle pain...
Complete thread -- I think you're right
Complete thread -- Actually I hear one more word; could it be infusion trial of ......
Complete thread -- infusion of?
Complete thread -- thanks will flag
Complete thread -- We discussed possibility of _____cyproheptadine
Complete thread -- He does get frequent ________ pains but denies stomatitis
Complete thread -- 7-27? sounds like 50 is in there, so I am confused. kilocalorie? per day
Complete thread -- too fast for me on this one. sorry
Complete thread -- Same patient but sounded like 300 to me also but was not sure so questioned.
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- targeting somewhere between ______ kilos per day
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thnks
Complete thread -- 300
Complete thread -- ;)
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- increase the feedings to ______ mL four
Complete thread -- His feeding consists of 20-50 mL of *complete*, which gives him
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ampicillin
Complete thread -- Allergies: Penicillin and ___________
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- just a complaint - I should flag this for poor use of phrase "in the face of"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He (or She) ties sutures on closing and does the postop dressing.
Complete thread -- Can't tell whether he is saying "he" or "she" but the rest is the same.
Complete thread -- new extended wav posted. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- It almost s/l "She ties sutures on closing and does the postop dressing"...but
Complete thread -- Could you post a bit more before your s/l.
Complete thread -- As an aside, note it s/b assists
Complete thread -- The physician assistant prepares the patient, preps the patient, drape ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Essential tremor and
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: ____ tumor and depleted deep brain stimulation ...
Complete thread -- Thank you. wav file deleted.
Complete thread -- Ebay sales
Complete thread -- another wav sent. pls help
Complete thread -- got it. It's Intuniv.
Complete thread -- help with meds. wav file uploaded. pls sm
Complete thread -- thanks...tyrer-cuzick it is--thanks
Complete thread -- I usually don't hear him say that. It sounds like 'the pressure was palpated and sewn clos
Complete thread -- Ugh! Thank you!
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- This one was bugging me...I found that there is an SAS which
Complete thread -- sewn closed
Complete thread -- The cannulae were then removed and 2:50_____ closed with 8-0 Vicryl.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- if it s/l "COT code" why would it just be "code"? are you suspecting a stutter? I'm not
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Think poi's s/l is much closer.
Complete thread -- This may be Astra-Zeneca...see link, scroll to Table 2
Complete thread -- Tyrer-Cuzick?
Complete thread -- s/l..a-tire-ke-zic risk assessment calculator...sm
Complete thread -- I am going to leave it as bursitis. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you for the advice. I will take note of it.
Complete thread -- I would leave as bursitis. Since said "bilateral", it already indicates
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- BoS 2 page 38 One of the examples is bilateral pneumonia and
Complete thread -- eh...I'd probably put bursitis, but that's just me.
Complete thread -- I know what you mean, but I am probably one of those offering
Complete thread -- Doc states here "bursitises??" as in plural. See inside. Not sure
Complete thread -- I'm on the fence about a lot lately since there is always another opinion on here lately.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm pretty clueless on this one too.
Complete thread -- agree too
Complete thread -- I would flag because of the use of "likely." He will get a cast either
Complete thread -- aaahhhh I think you got it!
Complete thread -- good gravy, no idea here. sorry!
Complete thread -- I've not heard of that one, usually either long or short arm cast, but not long short, so
Complete thread -- we see lots of things on past reports that may not be 100% correct, that is not
Complete thread -- Ah..makes perfect sense. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Maybe! I sent it on, but I'll try that next time thanks
Complete thread -- I meant to type Are you thinking...not You are thinking
Complete thread -- U R thinking of 'cart code' (as in crash cart) which I think someone
Complete thread -- Since it is something to happen in the future, I think I would
Complete thread -- U raise an interesting point...the way I HEARD it in my
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- I probably would too...was just on the fence about advising it :)
Complete thread -- Is there such thing as a long short arm cast?
Complete thread -- I tried many times, but just not hearing the "D" sound but "T". I will flag
Complete thread -- Thanks both. Can't get that many syllables or a "p" in there. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Alcohol level and s/l SAS or FAF was ordered. TIA!
Complete thread -- "in infancy"
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I also would put radius intraarticular nondisplaced fracture without commas
Complete thread -- past reports were capitalized...
Complete thread -- i would say no
Complete thread -- I dont think is "and then" but think it is more GERD and something" but can't get it.
Complete thread -- does Math, Reading and Writing need cap maybe acct spedifics?
Complete thread -- since said "acutely" SOB, & ICU and intubated, I bet just said "code" j
Complete thread -- me neither
Complete thread -- BoS 2 "Use commas to separate two or more adjectives if each modifies the noun alone."
Complete thread -- I would not put a comma after radius
Complete thread -- is there a COT code? I thought I had heard this recently but cannot find
Complete thread -- wav file help. pls sm
Complete thread -- Yes, only I would make it ulnar styloid.
Complete thread -- I think nm7 got it, Lysteda®) here is your (nm7)documentation for the OP
Complete thread -- Is this how you would put this?
Complete thread -- precipitating
Complete thread -- would suggest Lysteda (I think the "V" you hear is coming from "of")
Complete thread -- possible s/l press-rating factor for patient's supraventricular tachycardia is TIA!
Complete thread -- s/l vystetta might be Skyla IUD sm & link
Complete thread -- looks ok to me
Complete thread -- my take said required and meant "needs to be repaired," tho did not hear
Complete thread -- I would not either
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I meant to say: small, punctate, full-thickness rotator cuff
Complete thread -- small punctate, full-thickness rotator cuff tear
Complete thread -- I probably wouldn't put a comma there, but surely someone will say I'm wrong. :)
Complete thread -- small punctate, full-thickness or small puntate full-thickness
Complete thread -- Is comma needed after interstitial?
Complete thread -- Thank you all.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- "typically occur" should not be separated from the time frame
Complete thread -- yeah, I should have just kept my fingers shut, I think we both misunderstood. lol
Complete thread -- In which case, this is what I would do
Complete thread -- I did make a few minor adjustments. Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- In that case, I think you did a pretty good job with all that run-on stuff. :)
Complete thread -- Thank goodness it's lunch time. My blood sugar must be low, I misunderstood.
Complete thread -- Account is verbatim so I cannot really do a lot of editing.
Complete thread -- This does help...
Complete thread -- This is the way..
Complete thread -- if he "clearly" says that, then I "clearly" have no help to offer you on that word.
Complete thread -- This is what mine normally look like. pT3pN0M0.
Complete thread -- try here, see if this might help
Complete thread -- standard is no spaces or commas unless account requires such, so s/m
Complete thread -- Sounds like he got lost in his sentence and that he was
Complete thread -- Part of the problem is that I think it needs editing by
Complete thread -- Cancer Staging
Complete thread -- Bike accident. Patient collided with another bike and sustained
Complete thread -- Two long sentences - do I have my comma placement ok?
Complete thread -- I just cannot hear either. Clearly saying "Vy-stetta"? thanks nm
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think so.
Complete thread -- Looks fine to me.
Complete thread -- I was talking about the description of two-point discrimination (per your own link)
Complete thread -- Syeda? Vestura?
Complete thread -- Is sentence okay without comma?
Complete thread -- reviewed option of "Vy-stetta" versus Mirena (menorrhagia and uterine fibroid).tia nm
Complete thread -- oops..here's the link
Complete thread -- I hear that now, yay! Thank you poi!
Complete thread -- change in the diagnosis?
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- mho, audio is crappy and wav is too short to really grasp his dictating habits.
Complete thread -- Unless there is a ____ diagnosis, I understand she will be having TACE
Complete thread -- I understand. When I first READ the s/l, that was the
Complete thread -- for what it is worth, I think O's suggestion was a great one, though
Complete thread -- TKS
Complete thread -- acoustic/acoustical are just adjectival forms, so if doc just said acoustical
Complete thread -- maybe with "no" bile duct stone (instead of "normal")?
Complete thread -- so, poi (jftr, iyo) does o's version of what was said make sense?
Complete thread -- TKS. I went back and was able to clear up some blanks, so I can send this one and
Complete thread -- you could have a normal common bile duct with a stone, but I don't
Complete thread -- common bile duct is normal with a normal bile duct stone. ?
Complete thread -- I'm not so sure I like relying on articles. I cant document acoustical neuroma
Complete thread -- Thanks for a good answer, O - seems you're the only one who tried.
Complete thread -- disagree - it it just two nearby areas. They could be described
Complete thread -- Too late, but for archives..found the Medtronic NIM system has PAK needle..see link
Complete thread -- if you're still curious - Q has explained the answer thoroughly above.
Complete thread -- fluff...please forgive my typos..if anyone needs me to correct them I will
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- or s/l seratus might be ? serrated (jagged edge; sawlike.) nm
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- or s/l seratus might be ? serrated (jagged edge; sawlike.) nm
Complete thread -- got it... Phloe tablets
Complete thread -- it is posted
Complete thread -- no wav?
Complete thread -- She has had a very good response to the___ tablets, taking 2 per day
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- all that is well and good as an answer to "curious" but what about OP's question?
Complete thread -- Again, the question was why spell out "two" (vs "2") but use "5" (vs "five")?
Complete thread -- Oh. In that case see link..PubMed article writes out two-point and uses arabic with mm
Complete thread -- 1 poster questioned why OP used mm, & I was explaining why
Complete thread -- I hear "a large" too
Complete thread -- sounds like on a vent, might be strap muscles (neck) i.e.trach, did not hear wav
Complete thread -- I think the question was why spell out "two" instead of using a "2"
Complete thread -- makes sense to me sm
Complete thread -- See link..it explains that the distance between the 2 points is given in mm (see comments
Complete thread -- left side (says dash) all I can get after this portion
Complete thread -- So a millimeter is a unit of length - that's your point?
Complete thread -- Would suggest U B consistent "in the left paramedian" "in the right paramedian"
Complete thread -- Your last sentence doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- a large?
Complete thread -- saying mm indicates "length"(of something like nerve) as opposed to a number 1, 2, 3,
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, s/b soft-tissue dead space (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- on the left side _________ direct inguinal hernia without
Complete thread -- I'd be glad to ignore all of it... what are you trying to say?
Complete thread -- OK - I'll try to answer the question "...discrimination 5 mm or less, all digital nerves"
Complete thread -- the last word of the blank is fascia...can't make out the first part
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Wonder if doc said "acoustical neuroma". See PubMed article link
Complete thread -- typo...in this case (not the)
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- Yes..in the case the 2 referents are at 12 weeks and 24 weeks. First the
Complete thread -- nevermind, quadrivalent. thanks. nm
Complete thread -- quadrivalent flu shot
Complete thread -- Plan: Pt. will receive "Quad-ra-vale" and flu shot through work. TIA nm
Complete thread -- lol - i just posted that too.
Complete thread -- see link - this page has both words capped
Complete thread -- it's capped Gamma Knife® surgery
Complete thread -- acoustic neuroma (not sure what the for would be, but it is acoustic neuroma)
Complete thread -- s/l gabonite may be Gamma knife sm
Complete thread -- gamma knife ?
Complete thread -- found this RESULTS: Knee Larsen stage IV, presence of instability-axial sm & link
Complete thread -- Surgery Type...ESL
Complete thread -- approximating the ____ muscle transfer to the deep dermis...
Complete thread -- to answer your question Curious, client preference
Complete thread -- where was the incision?
Complete thread -- great debate, but can anyone answer my question?
Complete thread -- ignore the X symbol in the post X millimeters, didn't get deleted
Complete thread -- „X millimeters = mm (length)
Complete thread -- approximating the _____ through the deep dermis
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- odd, just curious why.
Complete thread -- I hear: telmetry, the following meds: Toradol......
Complete thread -- I use numerals with measures (mm) and in other places spell out numbers 1-9
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is what I thought I heard.
Complete thread -- s/l "bowel meds" to me - maybe meaning like a PPI for GI prophylaxis?
Complete thread -- sure s/l bowel meds to me
Complete thread -- A #15 blade and mosquito were used (clamp/forceps/hemostat, etc)
Complete thread -- wav file, just double checking what I think I heard.
Complete thread -- why are you using 5 mm but two-point. 2-point discrimination...
Complete thread -- apron
Complete thread -- A #15 blade on the left _____ were used
Complete thread -- tracheotomy using standard _____ incision
Complete thread -- 5 mm of s/l lasol digital nerves
Complete thread -- No problem. I found something. I'm just not sure yet I found (sm)
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't read inside message
Complete thread -- Lawrence?
Complete thread -- knee osteoarthritis, "Larson stage IV."
Complete thread -- probably Nexplanon
Complete thread -- why are you so rude? Having a bad day?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- sorry - my bad - didn't read the context in the post, glad you flagged it.
Complete thread -- thanks, it was flagged
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The patient is status post total hip arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I have to go ahead and blank it.
Complete thread -- s/l he is slurring famotidine?
Complete thread -- nerve integrity monitor (NIM) stimulator - but still can't find anything with pack
Complete thread -- eh...nevermind. i should have looked at that first.
Complete thread -- I see something called NimStim? no pack though...
Complete thread -- clonidine?
Complete thread -- Neuromonitoring with NIM s/l stimpack. Surgeon is ....
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- wow! I hear it now after scrolling down the list of your link: Bosentan. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- He takes _______. He takes nadolol. He takes potassium,
Complete thread -- YOU do know that Exelon is NOT a birth control agent. SHeesh
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- Exelon
Complete thread -- yep, they instill the DMSO into the bladder...
Complete thread -- instillation is fine - google shows many hits for treatment of interstitial cystitis
Complete thread -- s/l fluoroscopy images were then used to confirm
Complete thread -- s/l exulawn
Complete thread -- . Also was on an *instillation* cocktail with DMSO,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I don't think he says anything either. No 'a' either.
Complete thread -- Not real sure I hear anything in there, but he says Fluoroscopy not A fluoroscopy.
Complete thread -- Sarot?
Complete thread -- A fluoroscopy _______ was then used
Complete thread -- s/l *seratus* clamp
Complete thread -- maybe it was interstitial pneumonia?
Complete thread -- will be orchard for rehab really makes sense to you?
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- easily blanched
Complete thread -- MP3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- A referent is the person, thing, or idea that a word or expression stands for.
Complete thread -- Have to move on quickly. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- any mention of levofloxacin), I hear "cin" ending and drug interacts with Diflucan
Complete thread -- Oops...sorry...CXR: lower lung s/l in-vascular pneumonia TIA!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- see link-list of meds affected by Diflucan. Scroll down page for long list. Can't see
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- stasis pigmentation?
Complete thread -- Extremities reveal no edema or stasis s/l sphing-uh-tation. TIA!
Complete thread -- there is a risk of increasing her therapeutic level ______.
Complete thread -- Is it possible he said "Hopefully she will SEE Orchard for rehab..etc" ?
Complete thread -- Read full message-It would make sense if he said.."time point referents of the
Complete thread -- excuse me? Move on? I was replying to a post.
Complete thread -- I disagree, but whatever.
Complete thread -- that's great, unfortunately we know that word is not working in any shape or form.
Complete thread -- maybe ordered for rehab?
Complete thread -- Yes you're right in this case. It was sent, blanked. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I dont think it does - cleared for Orchard, but not "Orchard for rehab" - ??
Complete thread -- agree with Linvatec
Complete thread -- This was very clear. I've workd at this same facility and for this
Complete thread -- Oh that makes sense !! Thanks.
Complete thread -- Sorry, but I see so many people saying the doc "definitely" said such and such, or
Complete thread -- I see a number of rehab facilities called Orchard in various states
Complete thread -- onMed Linvatec offers new and innovative ...
Complete thread -- Gator blade from s/l*limb-a-tech* System
Complete thread -- I blanked it. She definitely said "orchard." Thanks though!
Complete thread -- I have a doc who
Complete thread -- okayed?
Complete thread -- approved? okay'd? referred?
Complete thread -- Hopefully she will be s/l orchard for rehab tomorrow pending results
Complete thread -- The audio is so bad, not able to make guesses
Complete thread -- no, that word there makes no sense...
Complete thread -- surely it isn't guesses you want. :)
Complete thread -- any other guesses?
Complete thread -- so would you leave as is?
Complete thread -- Any UK country, not just Aussie.
Complete thread -- not to me.... I assume he is referring to seeing what the virus level is at those 2 diffe
Complete thread -- does this make sense?
Complete thread -- 2nd sorta sounds like "much"
Complete thread -- yes, that is the Australian spelling of it
Complete thread -- audio is terrible.. What is coeliac? do you mean celiac disease ?
Complete thread -- She has managed thus far _____. & not been eating ____ of red meat
Complete thread -- Welcome. That was a toughie
Complete thread -- thank you so much ltt!!!
Complete thread -- I think she says "There were no air-fluid levels, and no.."
Complete thread -- There were____ and no evidence of obstruction.
Complete thread -- ipratropium fits 18 mcg too, but danged if that dictation sounded anything like any of it.
Complete thread -- had to send to QA... Thank you all for trying...
Complete thread -- Not sure if that is 18 or 80. Amitiza fits 18 but inhalers would
Complete thread -- I tried too. sorry, can't get it.
Complete thread -- is it 80 mcg or 8 mcg or 18 mcg? I can't hear it well enough to decide...and what is the
Complete thread -- What is the history? That would help.
Complete thread -- I tried. Could not find anything with that dose that sounded like that.
Complete thread -- help please!!
Complete thread -- can you post a voice file, will speed things up for you
Complete thread -- Diabex 500 mg twice daily and ___ 80 mcg daily
Complete thread -- bare metal stent?
Complete thread -- If you would identify yourself, I wouldn't waste my time.
Complete thread -- Bivalirudin ?
Complete thread -- I wasn't giving job advice, just trying to teach manners. Is that you hiding Darlene?
Complete thread -- It is an ESL (sorry). Now it sound like ___-based therapy
Complete thread -- BiPAP?
Complete thread -- oh, wait, didn't read this post correctly, disregard
Complete thread -- all can think of is door to balloon therapy (DTB) (time of MI to OP room)
Complete thread -- No, but thank you for trying.
Complete thread -- dual antiplatelet? Guess
Complete thread -- Is your post unsolicited poi? Posters have a right to opinions
Complete thread -- s/l bi-landed therapy (see message)
Complete thread -- found it. Lots on google referring to the stomach and intestine
Complete thread -- I clearly heard it now also. Thanks, gapjoj
Complete thread -- I sorta heard refill, but it might have been power of suggestion since 2 others heard it
Complete thread -- I think a lot of people will get *tood* (really?) when given unsolicited advice
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just could not hear that.
Complete thread -- refill
Complete thread -- refill
Complete thread -- ...follow up with Dr. xxxx for ______ of her Ultram
Complete thread -- yes, thought so just thought it was worded funny
Complete thread -- Certainly could be rotation. Is patient pregnant?
Complete thread -- s/l *rotation* appreciated
Complete thread -- I think he says this. It sounds like he was going for surgery and changed to trauma
Complete thread -- s/l right cheek and severe jaw trauma?
Complete thread -- nm's above sounds a lot more likely.
Complete thread -- thought I heard cheek and jaw surgery (,) comma in MVA at age 26.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- right cheek and jaw trauma (I think that little bit right before trauma is a stutter)
Complete thread -- doesn't seem like it would fit context.
Complete thread -- I keep hearing ...right cheek industrial injury and trauma....(would that fit?)
Complete thread -- wav file, think I am missing a word in there.
Complete thread -- weekly BMP
Complete thread -- more days and _______.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- regular consistency diet - (oropharyngeal 1 word)
Complete thread -- me either - but I think it fits. SM
Complete thread -- and to continue regular _______ diet with feeder,
Complete thread -- corynebacterium (I think this goes below too)
Complete thread -- Review of systems is significant for arthritis of the spine and neck, s/l
Complete thread -- wait a minute - you have the same above, so this may not be right
Complete thread -- 2 is chronic
Complete thread -- Her urine culture grew out *corney* bacteria
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ________ Hematuria and fever. AND DISCHARGE DIAGNOSIS: ? UTI with ______ bacteria,
Complete thread -- also s/l he says pelvic rim fracture to me.
Complete thread -- 2nd s/l "closure and" MAYBE. he's just too fast.
Complete thread -- Clinical treatment ________ manipulation of pelvic ramus fracture ________ manipulati
Complete thread -- I kept seeing Ludwig's and denying that was it, but that's what he's saying. Thanks any
Complete thread -- ER examination. Dental caries/necrosis. No lymphadenopathy or s/l lidwicks
Complete thread -- Yes that's it. Thank you so much. wav file deleted
Complete thread -- with SSRIs
Complete thread -- thumb?
Complete thread -- Help with wav file. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Pt with left closed base-of-the-thumb metacarpal fracture
Complete thread -- you sound very very young with a huge "tood", Will it work for you or against you.
Complete thread -- is this a hemodialysis patient?
Complete thread -- ? reticular
Complete thread -- I can't agree
Complete thread -- agree with peaked T waves
Complete thread -- agree with trying tacrolimus, a common immunosuppressive agent after transplants
Complete thread -- ? tacrolimus (anti-rejection drug)
Complete thread -- med question - cardiac disease
Complete thread -- Agree with checking with account specifications. Where I work, we expand
Complete thread -- I guess I should have said "ONE of my QA people" wants it capped.
Complete thread -- I would (example- see is currently being seen by Dr. X)
Complete thread -- Should chronic pain management be capped here?
Complete thread -- Dorland's shows postinfectious as one word
Complete thread -- I think the 1st post...'later developed' is it
Complete thread -- I think this is it.
Complete thread -- and then the patient immediately developed postinfectious ...(he
Complete thread -- Unless it is an acct spec thing. you should never abbreviate the genus name Staphylococcu
Complete thread -- aureus, and then patient later developed post-infectious nephritis. Also, FYI bladder
Complete thread -- Actually, checking, if patient has hyPERkalemia, it is more likely to be peaked T waves
Complete thread -- peaked P waves.
Complete thread -- Check an EKG for any *speaked*P-waves.
Complete thread -- was caused by Staph. aureus ______infectious nephritis
Complete thread -- Right. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- if it is a *her*, you have *he reports* at the beginning.
Complete thread -- hyfrecation (from Hyfrecator)
Complete thread -- Eye clinic note ...
Complete thread -- good grief. Maybe they are unaware or some other reason. And since
Complete thread -- Yes, got it now. Thanks, poi. ..by picking up her dog or walking from....
Complete thread -- oops..picking up the dog
Complete thread -- taking out the dog or walking
Complete thread -- It's there now. Thanks
Complete thread -- old wav still there?
Complete thread -- Specimen imaging?
Complete thread -- occasional exacerbation by taking ____ walking from room to r
Complete thread -- I don't. I only expand diagnosis information. Check account specs.
Complete thread -- all I heard with all mic fumbling "residual weight at this stage was"
Complete thread -- S/l *Refract-a-tron* imaging revealed both marking clips to be within the specimen
Complete thread -- Is OB/GYN expanded under Assessment heading? Thanks
Complete thread -- well if not move on, will eventually be let go for noncompliance
Complete thread -- whatever it is - 0.5 mL is not very much at all.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I have no idea wht he means.
Complete thread -- original rate? (what did he do an adjustment on?) I still hear "weight" though... sorry
Complete thread -- do you think he made a mistake completely and meant residual volume?
Complete thread -- residual weight ?? residual rate? (weight doesn't fit??) Need longer wav file.
Complete thread -- The ___ today was 4.9 mL and I have added 0.5 mL of fluid. The t
Complete thread -- perhaps bilateral?
Complete thread -- does not make sense (to me.) Just can't think of what else it would be.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me (bizarre=strange, not as usually seen)
Complete thread -- whoa you. Nobody asked about the need to move on
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- whoa. All employers/clients want it their way. Can't/won't comply, considrer moving on
Complete thread -- there is a cardiac association with autoimmune disorder sm & link
Complete thread -- its kinda like saying negative infection and previous arthritis workup - which is why I
Complete thread -- spine reveals *bizarre* restriction of motion with no *effective* motion.
Complete thread -- since sicca IS an autoimmune disorder, would say sicca not sick nm
Complete thread -- I agree, but my QA keeps capitalizing it. I still won't do it though.
Complete thread -- I have listened for that also. Sounds more like 'verticular.' I will settle for
Complete thread -- No caps here because they are being used to modify workup. No personalization
Complete thread -- I would not cap those.
Complete thread -- particular?
Complete thread -- Having another problem here in this dictation
Complete thread -- Thanks. I know I can't fill in "Dr. Smith" here, but seems like it needs to be capped anyw
Complete thread -- The patient does admit to s/l 'sick' symptoms. Evaluation for autoimmune disease.
Complete thread -- I would not cap either
Complete thread -- That one sort of seems borderline to me. I would probably cap but do not think it is wrong
Complete thread -- I would say do. I'm now covering my head and running for cover!
Complete thread -- It's a bit confusing, but OP posted a correction down below (shortly
Complete thread -- Are caps correct, or lower case?
Complete thread -- chuckle,thanks for coming back. that's a good one cramps
Complete thread -- ahh, but yas said -brock-to-sis or proc-to-sis (see inside) secondary to pain medications.
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- It is an after thought, "as well s well seated"
Complete thread -- I would expect to hear "MVR is well seated."
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- as well as seated what? or is the MVR well seated?
Complete thread -- He was saying cramps (as in leg cramps). Ugh! nm
Complete thread -- There should be another one after "without pain"
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- well seated
Complete thread -- hit enter too soon, sorry - Echo shows
Complete thread -- Echo shows severe pulmonary hyperension, mechanicMVR as well as s/l seated or seeded?
Complete thread -- What I'd do (but I'm sure someone else will do it differently) SM
Complete thread -- Comma correct place here?
Complete thread -- or, "until we reached the bone" ?
Complete thread -- went more superficial until we hit the bone?
Complete thread -- A lot of times we "clearly" hear something but most docs do not "clearly" say much.
Complete thread -- Maybe Centrix dental dye?
Complete thread -- 4th space?
Complete thread -- citrus food dye (as in Citrus Red 2)
Complete thread -- flagging and sending on, thanks
Complete thread -- tibial osteotomy
Complete thread -- very clearly states citrix food dye
Complete thread -- nope, but thanks.
Complete thread -- , cigarettes, food dye?
Complete thread -- allergies, s/l citrix food dye.
Complete thread -- Could he just be saying vertebrae?
Complete thread -- On the lateral view, there was slight forward head posture with straightening of the
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- not at all sure, but could be "teased out," although it sounds more
Complete thread -- sorry - just can't come up with anything from this
Complete thread -- Thank you very much. Wav deleted.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- threw a temper tantrum
Complete thread -- wav file help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- It was proptosis. It was in reference to brain mets, not pain meds.
Complete thread -- can't think of term, but it is side effect of taking pain meds (opoid/narcotic)
Complete thread -- I agree with proptosis secondary to brain metastases.
Complete thread -- Glad someone else heard it better than I!
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! This is an ESL as well. Also, it is "osteoblastic mets."
Complete thread -- See links..even mentions metastatic prostate cancer.
Complete thread -- Yes, actually I just read about that very thing and proptosis while
Complete thread -- He has obliteration of the superior sagittal sinus, so proptosis would make sense, right?
Complete thread -- that does sound like that! Thanks. Glad this was a long report
Complete thread -- Wondering about "proptosis"?
Complete thread -- Well, it is not secondary to pain meds, it is "brain mets," but still?
Complete thread -- s/l brock-to-sis or proc-to-sis (see inside) secondary to pain medications.
Complete thread -- he feels that it interferes with his abdomen. . .
Complete thread -- Such a clumsy sentence! Thanks. I thought it was deals with but that does not make sense
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear "feels distended in his abdomen and his chest
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- unable to find anything, be sure and post when you find out
Complete thread -- poster "maybe" might have IT sm & link
Complete thread -- I hear the hyperemic but s/l she's saying hyperemic-al ear on the right.
Complete thread -- It is hard to understand how anyone could be offended but I know they get that way.
Complete thread -- Glad you feel that way. I know you're someone who
Complete thread -- That is especially bad when VR is relatively good, and it puts something in that is
Complete thread -- I am always afraid of doing that with words when typing (a week versus a weak).
Complete thread -- ACK! I do know it is peeking.. :( Do you ever feel at times that you should be
Complete thread -- Sorry my little finger hits the wrong key sometimes -- since you're
Complete thread -- anyone else I wouldn't post, but you
Complete thread -- at first, I thought it something like hyperauricular
Complete thread -- Wonderful! I was just peaking back to see if that was it. Thanks
Complete thread -- I hear hyperemic
Complete thread -- wav file thanks
Complete thread -- T2/FLAIR
Complete thread -- Definitely not saying that...thanks. nm
Complete thread -- all I can come up with is CABG - sorry
Complete thread -- I heard chronic renal failure. Sorry, wasn't working lat night.
Complete thread -- CRAMS? sm
Complete thread -- Brain MRI scan shows chronic white matter ischemic disease
Complete thread -- I wasn't sure if it should be "timeD course" or "time course"
Complete thread -- Yes that was it. TY
Complete thread -- I think it's "time course and"
Complete thread -- ensuing
Complete thread -- Fluorescein angiogram shows normal ____ filling of the retinal arteries and veins
Complete thread -- sm tia right on tip on tongue
Complete thread -- I can't, but maybe g a p j o j can??
Complete thread -- Can U hear "and chronic renal failure" ?
Complete thread -- Yeah!
Complete thread -- YES! He stumbled and said: Of note the patient had multiple negative Cardiolite stress tes
Complete thread -- multiple negative (?something)
Complete thread -- :( I know how ya feel :(
Complete thread -- POSTED MP3 as well. HERE IS NEW DICTATION inside
Complete thread -- Based on 2nd WAV post, disregard...now I don't know what I hear
Complete thread -- POSTED NEW WAV to try and get #1
Complete thread -- I have no clue. I get hear less and less each time I try haha :(
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 Occasionally the patient did have sore throat.
Complete thread -- :) :)
Complete thread -- can't get the chronic .....
Complete thread -- almost sounds like "foot drop" after occasionally? ??
Complete thread -- patient's family reports that the symptoms...
Complete thread -- I have no clue :( Thank you for your help! Still trying to wade through this report
Complete thread -- That's all I can get.
Complete thread -- Not sure, but on #1 is 'sore throat' in there?
Complete thread -- thanks for that :) First time typing this guy and not enjoying it too much :(
Complete thread -- #2 that those
Complete thread -- :( struggling and report has just begun
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. Flagging and moving on as really sounds like "sub" stream.
Complete thread -- i.e. "Those shoes of John are ugly!" Ummm, no.
Complete thread -- :) :) :)
Complete thread -- pt not currently interim (meanwhile/meantime )with a psychiatrist
Complete thread -- It actually does need it, believe it or not.
Complete thread -- She's so tough for me, that when I actually get one of hers I am thrilled!
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :) I could not hear that prior, but thanks to you I now can :)
Complete thread -- ileum the final section of the small intestine. Ilium bone of pelvis
Complete thread -- typo feal stream s/b fecal nm
Complete thread -- time of birth being
Complete thread -- No, sorry.
Complete thread -- ileum (feal stream, luminal stream)?
Complete thread -- REALLY WAG "into the segment of the neoterminal ileum" ?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Got second part - neoterminal ileum. Just need to check the substream. Thanks
Complete thread -- dilatation of small bowel into the s/l substream of s/l neotum ilium. TIA.
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- as outpatient..also 'in left lower lobe' is "involving left lower lobe"
Complete thread -- not making sense to me
Complete thread -- ended up having more blanks, sent to QA. Thanks
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- struggling, not sure what he is saying
Complete thread -- type "patient of" in the archives box for more opinions... it's one of those things.
Complete thread -- I am thinking that was what the OP's blank was. Good find!! :)
Complete thread -- I did a wildcard phrase (see link) one of the possibilities as "in treatment"
Complete thread -- total guess to just fit sentence... "following" ??
Complete thread -- oh yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- cant, but thanks.
Complete thread -- thinking psychiatric should be psychiatrist?
Complete thread -- I don't think either sounds right. Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- OP is just posting FYI for the archives.
Complete thread -- I add this because it adds another spin on it, and thot you'd be interested. see link
Complete thread -- s/l in turn or interim ?
Complete thread -- not sure what you need help with
Complete thread -- awesome, ty I was unsure
Complete thread -- see link, 3rd paragraph...it specifically covers the "of phrase"
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you for confirming for me.
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- That would also tie in with the diagnosis stating "developing"
Complete thread -- the more I listened, I think it is early
Complete thread -- okay, I think I hear that ... or maybe appearing "early" necrotic??
Complete thread -- something like ?necrotic
Complete thread -- appearing very necrotic (what I heard)
Complete thread -- cannot get what he is saying
Complete thread -- it was "was last" because she was stating when she was last checked, she was dilated at 2
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Akynzeo (palonosetron) Chemotherapy induced nausea & vomiting.
Complete thread -- see link - there is such a thing as 181T (HBV mutation)
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- was last (not was classed)
Complete thread -- thanks, that's how I left it, but QA always puts Brown's. If they said
Complete thread -- or .....a DP lag screw
Complete thread -- wonder if slurring Depuy lag screw. Unable to find ADP anywherei
Complete thread -- for me, I think first one is just fine
Complete thread -- SM - sometimes my brain just gets stuck on duh
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- just found floridensis
Complete thread -- s/l floridians or foridians ?
Complete thread -- I am not good with this doc at all, but I am concerned that
Complete thread -- got it... SVE (sterile vaginal exam)
Complete thread -- unable to catch what she says... in reference to dilation
Complete thread -- There may be more than one way to write it...I prefer A to P and here
Complete thread -- It is possible...A to P....meaning anterior to posterior...see link
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Where is the fracture?
Complete thread -- Ah. I can hear this now.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "No requests at this time."
Complete thread -- No other complaints at this time.
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- can it be *A TO P/A-P* lag screw? ...
Complete thread -- An *ADP* lag screw was placed across the fracture site perpendicularly ...
Complete thread -- I'm way late here, but I think you hit the nail on the head, Q. Sprue on a duodenal biopsy
Complete thread -- might consider posting voice file for UR spinal orthotic device
Complete thread -- agree Check your account preferences not all account specific same for sure
Complete thread -- ck sp pneumococcus
Complete thread -- ...then collected with washing and suctioning?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- soft palate. :-) ...
Complete thread -- Or wonder if it was "parotid" ?
Complete thread -- Don't leave us in suspense...what was "it" ?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "palate"....but perhaps remainder of report can confirm that.
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: Left soft ____ mass. Postoperative Diag ...
Complete thread -- MP3 posted. pls sm.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "back piece of her earring"
Complete thread -- Thank a lot. ...
Complete thread -- back piece of an earring
Complete thread -- reposted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- sorry was posting wav file at the same time as yours. please repost your wav.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- There was a right ear lobe foreign body (*bug* piece of an earring) wh ...
Complete thread -- It's very long...see message
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- perhaps check out this list. I couldn't find anything using your s/l
Complete thread -- bacteria such as pneumococcous or s/l spron-uh-mil-uh TIA!
Complete thread -- need complete sentences, before and after
Complete thread -- s/l*Shakin Sires* for TLSO brace
Complete thread -- Q, do you have a BOS-3. If so, what does it say about disc/disk
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- OtoMimix hydroxyapatite bone cement
Complete thread -- After this, the ____ hydroxyapatite bone cement ...
Complete thread -- I think there must be a gremlin stealing words...I was curious
Complete thread -- I curious how Dorland's would spell them..it has only intradiscal...but both disc and disk
Complete thread -- but....I type disc. The billing code (ICD-9) uses disc.
Complete thread -- bos 2 page 140 says disk - Check your account preferences
Complete thread -- correct word
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- I hear size 62.5...and it appears they come in a 60 and 62.5, see link
Complete thread -- thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- 60.5....3 post patella
Complete thread -- not certain what he is saying
Complete thread -- Could U B hearing "sprue or parasites" ?
Complete thread -- Thank you. nm
Complete thread -- spiral (shaped) parasites?
Complete thread -- GI consult: At the time of the endoscopy she was found to have a /sm
Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- I fixed it- it was actually a report another girl is doing - I'm just helping her out and
Complete thread -- Oh, forgot comma after shift.
Complete thread -- Negative Lachman test, pivot shift and anterior drawer. (my habit not to use apostrophe)
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- S/b Near-normal gait. (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- Minimal joint line pain. (s/l bain but probably just a muffled word for him)
Complete thread -- Thank you...
Complete thread -- As poi is thinking...wonder if you need 'porencephaly' ..see link
Complete thread -- nevermind, finally found in archives, subfalcial
Complete thread -- you sure about that poor anencephaly?
Complete thread -- ok thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Slight extension lag, trace varus, slight effusion. Minimal_______ . Near
Complete thread -- grrr, I know I had this recently but can't find again no matter how I spell it...s.m.
Complete thread -- suggest you listen a few more times. I am pretty sure that he what he is saying.
Complete thread -- nevermind, I didnt read the post right.
Complete thread -- Tegaderm?
Complete thread -- ahhhh makes sense
Complete thread -- I agree with Poi
Complete thread -- I think it's...
Complete thread -- only thing I can thing that is missing from those is chloride and 84 would be pretty low.
Complete thread -- I just cannot hear that... Any other possibel guesses?
Complete thread -- Labs...ESL
Complete thread -- Awesome! Thank you!
Complete thread -- concerned that the patient does remain quite painful
Complete thread -- is concerned that this _____ painful and is not healing
Complete thread -- thank you, this makes more sense. I kept hearing 200 as well and knew that was not right
Complete thread -- s/l "uses 2 Hydrocodone five times daily" with a burp or hiccup in the middle
Complete thread -- uses 200 five times daily....
Complete thread -- Above knee amputation
Complete thread -- I don't think I am hearing this right
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- surgical history? He stated a history of..?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- patient is waiting, for now, for the placement??
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ______ history of coronary artery stenting
Complete thread -- protrusio
Complete thread -- pelvis x-ray
Complete thread -- Patient is ready for ________ placement
Complete thread -- And, then...
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- may be s/l NSEP =NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs)
Complete thread -- sounds like injection (steroid or) other drug into joint fluid
Complete thread -- Allergies...ESL
Complete thread -- I think retroachilles ok (retro=backward, or retro-Achilles sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- QA put it as benazepril, but really doesn't sound like it, oh well... :)
Complete thread -- presacral-- a guess
Complete thread -- what area was surgery on?
Complete thread -- thanks, I did research it myself before posting. Could not confirm
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I had checked the trademark site and nothing active.
Complete thread -- Daytimer Carpel Tunnel Brace Med [60010]
Complete thread -- I am finding a Wristimer System for day and night (see link)
Complete thread -- or it is that one other helper just posted above...
Complete thread -- not suggesting caps or anything, just so you can research it yourself.
Complete thread -- I'd think just 'daytime' (meaning use it in the day) and your /r/ sound comes from "wrist"
Complete thread -- Daytimer Carpel Tunnel Brace Med [60010] - MIG Supplies
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l fagenta may be Farxiga (dapagliflozin) =type 2 diabetes (U don't hear the X)
Complete thread -- yeah, thanks, i can't really hear talking though is the problem
Complete thread -- nevermind, going to use it. Very clear
Complete thread -- he said to put quotes around racing - wasn't queestining :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Very clearly states daytimer wrist brace. Cannot confirm.
Complete thread -- Cancer patient...
Complete thread -- full remission
Complete thread -- don't think there is anything there. Poor judgment and impulse control
Complete thread -- Alcohol dependence in sustained?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- no more
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- per your wav above, it s/l no more delusions. mbe.
Complete thread -- measure levels for *motile recession*.
Complete thread -- No psychosis. ________ sustain for remission.
Complete thread -- Poor judgment and ______ impulse control.
Complete thread -- auriculitis?
Complete thread -- Thought content: *normal* delusion.
Complete thread -- I hear - appropriate increment bilaterally (just a guess)
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY:Contributory for GERD, history of *lexalitis*, also arthritis.
Complete thread -- No - needed in straight leg raising... sry, too fast on the blank.
Complete thread -- likely secondary
Complete thread -- racing makes sense, as does talking.
Complete thread -- hospitalizations _____ secondary to mental health reasons.
Complete thread -- The patient claims having racing thoughts and multiple goal directed ideas.
Complete thread -- s/l thoughting or touching but i guess could be talking
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- This dissection was carried up until we then very clearly SAW several...
Complete thread -- Venado (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying! I flagged it. He speaks very clearly.
Complete thread -- Allogro?
Complete thread -- here is a good link to check out if interested
Complete thread -- There are arterial branches around the stomach. Need more information to be sure.
Complete thread -- video?? (fluoroscopy)
Complete thread -- Thank you. I believe doc misspoke. I will flag.
Complete thread -- lumbar fusion using autologous bone with DBX putty and *vinado*.
Complete thread -- See msg
Complete thread -- there were some *posterior branches* that were divided using a LigaSure
Complete thread -- Patient with heel pain. "She has a s/l retroachilles bursa." unsure how to type this.
Complete thread -- Trying to figure out how that even fits in medications (joint fluid???) Your s/l
Complete thread -- Will turn in. Thanks
Complete thread -- Medication that s/l "kee-latt-in and joint fluid."
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The findings and plan were discussed with the patient.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- findings have been _____ the patient and at this point
Complete thread -- she has no *function below left TA, EHL, and FHL muscle function*
Complete thread -- he says gastroepiploics (gastroepiploic artery)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- gastric ________ and the short
Complete thread -- cholecystitis. ______ infected.
Complete thread -- Lantus, Apidra, *fagenta* Mobic, Glucophage, MS Contin
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- kinda sounds like Tietze syndrome,(chostochronditis/chest pain, but guess sound too fast
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I understand, but I think the blepharostat separate the top and bottom lids of the rt eye
Complete thread -- speaking of right lid
Complete thread -- No prob. If you ever get the answer, do post; I'd love to know it.
Complete thread -- Thanks for explanation.
Complete thread -- Excision of multiple pterygiums with autograft, OD. ...
Complete thread -- wonder if the dictating physican has some type of "standards" or "routines"
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, I think it s/b lids (not lid)
Complete thread -- blepharostat (ring) pg228 Tessier surg word book
Complete thread -- It is extremely rare, it has nothing to do with respiratory (and
Complete thread -- what surgery is being done?
Complete thread -- what am I supposed to see in that link that would rule it out?
Complete thread -- The right periorbital area was prepped with antiseptic solution and th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks all. No further clues. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- as you get further into the letter/consult, a context/clue will pop up
Complete thread -- See link...based on the sounds I hear, the order of the
Complete thread -- wonder if he is saying Gillespie syndrome?
Complete thread -- It seems as the evening wears on the questions get harder. I'm stumped. Sry
Complete thread -- s/l letter G kind referral. I saw the patient...TIA
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Yes, it is possible. See link
Complete thread -- their (meaning dictator)
Complete thread -- wonder if they changed there mind. "Last period at age 52" Pap smear wouldn't show that
Complete thread -- got it - against resistance
Complete thread -- Pap smear showed s/l period at the age of 52. (tp is 75 years old)
Complete thread -- well lit anoscopy?
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Not clearly that. Thank you for the suggestion. :) Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- it's actually benztropine (misspelled on wikipedia)
Complete thread -- Just to be more precise, I should say cubital tunnel problem not
Complete thread -- I asked because he also mentions 1st interosseous atrophy and
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- scoliosis
Complete thread -- Thanks. I have been fooled by that twice now, guess I need to wake up!
Complete thread -- What is/are patient's diagnoses?
Complete thread -- Could be cyclobenzaprine. There is also benzatropine for Parkinson's.
Complete thread -- this question was asked in archives..I think I'll flag it, probably means cyclobenzaprine.
Complete thread -- positive? sounds kind of nasal, like "mositive.
Complete thread -- Pt. with knee pain. Medications include metoprolol, amlodipine, s/l "benzaprine."
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- I hear that too, just could not confirm specifically. Will use - thanks
Complete thread -- Mobic?
Complete thread -- oops...here's link..scan down to July 5.
Complete thread -- Here's a nurses site that talks about using a lot of morphine hypotabs. Of course
Complete thread -- GUESSING "medial compartment" see link
Complete thread -- Seriously?
Complete thread -- conservative treatment including off-loading ______ knee brace may be
Complete thread -- Allergy s/l mal-vic TIA.
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- spinal fracture was treated by s/l tomo surgery. TIA!
Complete thread -- QA changed it to "hypotab" ???
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- No voice of restricted activity is noted by him. (as in to voice a complaint) see link
Complete thread -- man! I need to go to sleep! other correction: The pain is almost nothing :(
Complete thread -- corrected: No _____ restricted activity is noted.
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- okay. He does not mention anything about it anywhere else. Just talks about foot ulcer
Complete thread -- Well, it could be the phrasing of the patient and probably means like is having that
Complete thread -- that is what I was wondering to and didn't think that made much sense :(
Complete thread -- really s/l he is spitting up....
Complete thread -- corrected dictation in this post. still blank in same spot
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- Could it be "half a tab(let)" q.4 h. prn?
Complete thread -- Thank you. Sorry for the delayed thanks.
Complete thread -- see link for support of your context...I only provide it to reassure
Complete thread -- BTW..I now note Merriam Webster online gives venae comitantes as the
Complete thread -- Thought so, but just wanted to clarify. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I would do as Questyr said, for the same reason.
Complete thread -- Please be sure to read entire post above because there is
Complete thread -- in an effort to avoid modification of hand use on the left that might
Complete thread -- I would because it is personified BJMO and I've gotten creamed on this before.
Complete thread -- Could be as he is ESL - thank you!
Complete thread -- Would you capitalize Home Health here?
Complete thread -- Could hyper=hydro as in oxycodone hydrochloride dose 10 mg q.4 h.
Complete thread -- I hear radial comites (deep radial veins form the venae comites of the brachial artery.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- I think I hear extensive GN screen (referring to glomerulonephritis?)
Complete thread -- Med list: Oxycodone 10 s/l hypertab q.4h. prn for pain.
Complete thread -- ___ screen. can't get that 1st word. gee-something
Complete thread -- He has had an extensive ____ which is essentially negative for any autoantibodies
Complete thread -- Thanks. I don't sweat the small stuff.
Complete thread -- boot to be partial to full weight-bearing (but don't ask me if it s/b partial-to-full)
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- The area was cleansed and a clean dressing was applied.
Complete thread -- saying " the surrounding venae comites". (delete vein)
Complete thread -- I think he is saying venae comites (plural of vena comitans) see link
Complete thread -- cleaned and _______ was applied
Complete thread -- surrounding vein ________. Once the artery
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- referring to starting new sentence with 'Subcutaneous'
Complete thread -- Will do. it sounds like both but not enough to decide.
Complete thread -- I understand, but best to blank with medication allergies.
Complete thread -- wav file, can't decide which drug this is. Sounds close to 2.
Complete thread -- BTW it's okay to delete the 'and' and start new sentence..I was just giving you the words
Complete thread -- #1 over the radial artery pulsations. The incision....#2 cm in length and subcutaneous
Complete thread -- radial artery of _______ fistulas. AND -1/2 to 2 cm on _______ . Subcutaneous
Complete thread -- was used to anesthetize the skin at the wrist level.
Complete thread -- lidocaine was _________at the wrist
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ahhhh
Complete thread -- Again, don't know your s/l, but think it s/b radiocephalic AV fistula (not renal cephalic)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- to perform the above-mentioned procedure to improve....
Complete thread -- renal cephalic AV fistula ________ bruit in the fistula.
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but expect it s/b radial artery (not renal artery) in your post
Complete thread -- operating room to perform an _______ procedure to improve
Complete thread -- base width? Big guess there..
Complete thread -- that the *bay swiff* of the breast
Complete thread -- to have more than one scrotum would be very unusual!
Complete thread -- I just checked my new Dorlands (32nd Ed) hardcopy and online and
Complete thread -- left?
Complete thread -- *last* subacromial space
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Gosh, that is bad sound or something!
Complete thread -- WAG - dilating messenger
Complete thread -- atheromatous
Complete thread -- lost the renal artery on this side due to a ____ disease
Complete thread -- dilated with a s/l* dial-a-mesenter* instrument
Complete thread -- did sound like drip, may be for med infusion like nitro ?? i.e., 4 spasms
Complete thread -- typo s/be Shuttle Select tm guiding sheath
Complete thread -- agreem may also hear huttle Select™ guiding sheath (Cook Medical)
Complete thread -- Guess it's morphine. First I've heard of this. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- s/l charette=cerumen removed with a curette, sm
Complete thread -- s/l morfi nebs
Complete thread -- Shuttle®
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NM, found in archives, per Dorland's. I always go with Dorland's.
Complete thread -- s/l drape ??
Complete thread -- opinions on capping delphian lymph node ? My tendency is not to cap because
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Did a WAV file on this
Complete thread -- missed part of the sentence
Complete thread -- sounds like drip
Complete thread -- 17 dilators and *two sponges out*, fetal demise prior to start
Complete thread -- Oh my... thanks... I can't believe I missed that.
Complete thread -- imbrication?
Complete thread -- Mallet finger... We did a repair, an s/l imprication and pinning.
Complete thread -- "charette" manipulation for cerumen removal. Not saying curette. tia nm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yes, pretty sure + sign is okay. I'll type the 2nd choice
Complete thread -- Sometimes this depends on account specifics. Do they allow the plus sign?
Complete thread -- hypens and plus sign-confused-need some help.
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- maximum medical improvement - they say that phrase a lot
Complete thread -- Treatment plan: This patient is approaching maximum _______ treatment with respect to
Complete thread -- thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- that is exactly what he said. I hear it clearly now
Complete thread -- suture in a young person?
Complete thread -- I thought that or I pursued doing this.
Complete thread -- sorry, just got here, but it seems like he is saying and I am the person doing this... I
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway, have to move on.
Complete thread -- wav file, thank
Complete thread -- induration within the urethra is what it s/l to me
Complete thread -- ? torticollis ck spelling (stiff neck).
Complete thread -- agree, the tip is round like a small ball
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I thought I might have heard induration or stricture, but not positive.
Complete thread -- There is no _______ urethra
Complete thread -- After a timeout, was placed under ....
Complete thread -- guessing it is ball
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- coagulated with *bowl ah* cautery
Complete thread -- At that time, ______ was placed under anesthesia in
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could be BUN said fast?
Complete thread -- Permcath not Perma-Cath (Stedman's)
Complete thread -- and to treat for H. pylori if positive
Complete thread -- pathology report. ________ H. pylori, A positive.
Complete thread -- biopsy was obtained. _______ of neoplastic lesions
Complete thread -- Three ectopic beats were identified?
Complete thread -- The guidewire was inserted through the divided catheter into the IVC. ...
Complete thread -- feotopic beads were identified. The old divided Perma-Cath was re ...
Complete thread -- The guidewire was inserted through the divided catheter into the IVC. ...
Complete thread -- i think he's saying BN as in NTP...something like this..
Complete thread -- hey got cut off sorryy..
Complete thread -- Nevermind...you said BN was clear.
Complete thread -- Uncle.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying BA (as in bradyarrhythmia)...although
Complete thread -- I had no luck.
Complete thread -- I find reference to exact phrase "medial ligament sprain", but
Complete thread -- A minimal effusion is noted and her MRI confirmed a grade 2 s/l M L (letters)
Complete thread -- What is the line before your s/l?
Complete thread -- Thought so at first..but BN is clear..does'nt dictate BNP..
Complete thread -- I'm also finding NTpBNP ...but checking this further
Complete thread -- Good..was wondering whether he might be saying BNP...as in brain
Complete thread -- he's stumbling...not sure of the entity part..
Complete thread -- Is he speaking clearly or stumbling at all?
Complete thread -- What is patient's problem?
Complete thread -- Electrophysiology consult, for a patient with bradycardia
Complete thread -- s/l BN as an entity was 63 and magnesium 2.2
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- I can't get the rest.
Complete thread -- Could the last part be "into the epiglottis"?
Complete thread -- Not sure of your s/l, but I hear "pharynx and hypopharynx" at start
Complete thread -- A Hollinger type of anterior commissure laryngoscope made by Karl Stor ...
Complete thread -- LOL!!
Complete thread -- Thanks. He starts a sentence and doesn't stop the sentence
Complete thread -- Or I like this a bit better see message
Complete thread -- I'd just put in a few commas and grit my teeth...see message
Complete thread -- posted mp3
Complete thread -- R U sure the last part of it is "more pain than he HAS been having.. I would
Complete thread -- this doctor is pretty clear but runs everything together. Looking for
Complete thread -- gosh that was obvious. Long day I guess. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- He says "Negative straight-leg raising."
Complete thread -- Disregard. I misread your post.
Complete thread -- I should mention the OP posted what she found from another report (3rd line)
Complete thread -- see thread below starting with "Relatively negative straight". Looks
Complete thread -- Objective findings: ______ straight leg raising. Slight limits of horizontal
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- why didn't you just let the OP check it out
Complete thread -- I hear, he has no doubt exceeded the etc
Complete thread -- Using nm's suggestion, I checked my MS Word samples and
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- link report outlining, will take some clicking on articles, also, sm
Complete thread -- I checked many outline formats and none of them
Complete thread -- views demonstrate --not demonstrates
Complete thread -- Numbering question with arabic, letters, and roman numerals TIA!
Complete thread -- Oops ..Meant to post this under OP's question.
Complete thread -- I find it in a few books...but be careful it supports your context...see link
Complete thread -- suffix pathy=denoting disorder in a particular part of the body..did ya google it
Complete thread -- first guess is median sternotomy, but I would have to see context. sm
Complete thread -- pain-free
Complete thread -- length, height, and.....(the last comma for consistency)
Complete thread -- full sentence and context, please
Complete thread -- mediastinopathy real word or not? Very clearly dictated. TIA!
Complete thread -- Not sure if I am supposed to have a comma after length here?
Complete thread -- NM. VSU (venous stasis ulcer)
Complete thread -- treated in the past for s/l fierce use/venous insufficiency. TIA!
Complete thread -- pain free or pain-free?
Complete thread -- Tho I cannot really determine any of it, can someone hear "slight
Complete thread -- got it off another report - slight limits horizontal torsion and lateral bending
Complete thread -- not sure, but I hear "horizontal" in there - maybe even twice?
Complete thread -- Relatively negative straight-leg raising of 80 degrees. Slight spasm, slight _______
Complete thread -- I was hearing additional.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Account wants it capped.
Complete thread -- the more I listen, I'm not really sure that is anything there?
Complete thread -- It is solute and volume control. Thank you, ...
Complete thread -- This is wrong. Go with gapjoj's answer.
Complete thread -- Ditto!
Complete thread -- ??solute?? see link. Also note typo 'off' s/b 'of'
Complete thread -- (not sure, but ibuprofen isn't capped) almost sounds like "dash"
Complete thread -- good one! That makes sense.
Complete thread -- This patient requires ________ Ibuprofen 800 mg p.o. b.i.d. #200 with 1 refill
Complete thread -- yep 2nd listening, i hear appropriately
Complete thread -- not sure, but probably typo - probably of (you have off?)
Complete thread -- I'm trying to hear apparently but can't quite get there.
Complete thread -- appropriately did a ?
Complete thread -- limited kidneys do ________ (s/l solid) and volume control. Pl help.
Complete thread -- With 10 years of stable data...she could be giving the
Complete thread -- I can't hear anything but that, it just doesn't make sense (to me.)
Complete thread -- You probably did
Complete thread -- You___ did a hepatitic screen which has revealed that she was hepatitis
Complete thread -- agree, comma after mild
Complete thread -- google kidney foundation, see how they want to be represented
Complete thread -- Oh, thank you so much, O! You, too, Q!
Complete thread -- Apparently yes. See PubMed link...scroll to 2-echo..
Complete thread -- Yes, absolutely yes. I don't have any documentation to prove it to you but...
Complete thread -- Can you have left ventricular hypertrophy and have a normal-sized ventricle? (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks. Now that makes perfect sense. I had chest: breasts within normal limits - seemed
Complete thread -- (sorry about the shouting - we do our headings in caps, so it was just habit.
Complete thread -- CHEST/BREASTS: Within normal limits. I hear it pretty clearly.
Complete thread -- I thought breast or breath. Not recent post surgery, had a prior craniotomy
Complete thread -- It seems she is saying Dressed??? post surgery maybe???
Complete thread -- wav file - I have 2 words I am dithering between. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Actually what OP gave us was data of 400 on left and 350 on
Complete thread -- Clostridium difficile-associated diarrhea pseudomembranous colitis? sm
Complete thread -- this would be my guess too
Complete thread -- hmmm? Possibly, but I already flagged. Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- ??parenteral diarrhea?? see link
Complete thread -- I just can't hear that, very mumbled. In assessment, he says infectious diarrhea. nm
Complete thread -- While I see your point (you can put an 'and' between the
Complete thread -- fulminant?
Complete thread -- mumbler: pt. has developed "pulminole" diarrhea after use of clindamycin. tia nm
Complete thread -- preoperativee was 400 cc is the point, when pre-op removed it was 350cc
Complete thread -- agree - try vaping! sm
Complete thread -- I quit smoking (after 35 years) with the patch and Guitar Hero (it was
Complete thread -- Consider vaping? It works! Do both for awhile. Smoking will become less and soon your
Complete thread -- Disagree. Check #5... Mild and fading.
Complete thread -- Fluff to gapjoj
Complete thread -- Fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Thank you for the link.
Complete thread -- As there are only 2 adjectives, comma not necessary. See link, item #1
Complete thread -- Is comma correct after mild?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- "right-hand-dominant" as it is all modifying carpenter
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- right-hand dominant or right-hand-dominant
Complete thread -- Go with gapjoj's.
Complete thread -- I'd go with this.
Complete thread -- Nerves were noted to be free out into the foramen.
Complete thread -- I should add that this is his "final" sentence as he apparently
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear "The area was noted to be free out into the foramen." (see
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ??Horsley (bone cutter)?? ...see link
Complete thread -- There was noted to be free air ____ the foramen.. (s/l into the)
Complete thread -- was excised. _______ into the foramen.
Complete thread -- then turned to the lamina, where *hosing* was used to remove
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- A frequent quote of mine ;)
Complete thread -- That is clear now. How did I miss that??
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I was busy trying to find words like etiology.
Complete thread -- I hear "cardiac ACS"
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- another
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I don't think so. I would flag it. BJMO
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- edema, transmural hemorrhage, and serosal adhesions
Complete thread -- path report
Complete thread -- Mentor implant on the left and a 350 cc, *moderate* smooth, round, moderate plus prof
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- suspect it means the same thing - maybe "went in" (medially?) when standing
Complete thread -- knee pain
Complete thread -- see link about Dr. Edelman. The catheter name seems so ubiquitous that it comes up with
Complete thread -- I looked back on my search and I did search that but couldn't confirm.
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no wav
Complete thread -- Try
Complete thread -- there is a "skip" in the recording, so words are unintelligible, sorry
Complete thread -- i think it's Tubifoam (for toes and fingers). THANKS!
Complete thread -- think I'm hearing segment? "this segment of patient appears quite long?"doesn't make good
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- Each was then placed into the *edleman* device and placed to sterile gravity
Complete thread -- no MP3 there?
Complete thread -- esophagus and ________ of the patient is quite long.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- There is __________ tenderness
Complete thread -- Relafen
Complete thread -- They usually say tube gauze but I guess tubiform would be okay.
Complete thread -- memantine, __________, and Ensure
Complete thread -- tubiform: having the shape of a tube (Oxford dictionary)
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I am seeing tubiform bandages on a search.
Complete thread -- iodoform or Xeroform?
Complete thread -- s/l tubiform gauze?? TIA
Complete thread -- wav file deleted.
Complete thread -- I think im hearing "assessed as being a grade 3 out of 10"...
Complete thread -- wav file help. pls sm
Complete thread -- Isn't my grammar terrible...I meant you're welcome.. :)
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I see your answer below.
Complete thread -- I've heard of donor sites becoming weakened and subsequently
Complete thread -- he is saying it is a sesamoid bone rather than a fracture
Complete thread -- Wish I could say I understood that.
Complete thread -- Sry..typo...Also an accessory ...
Complete thread -- previous context
Complete thread -- Though he drags it out, I clearly hear "also" and it makes sense in the sentence.
Complete thread -- gosh, I hear ossicle or possible. Guess I will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- May I also ask..what does he mean...there is no donor site for a fracture? That
Complete thread -- LOL! Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- He says "Also accessory.."
Complete thread -- ...there is no donor site for a fracture. __________ accessory os navicularis is
Complete thread -- moment! it is BI-RADS category 3!
Complete thread -- Mammogram showed s/l pi-vetz cathetery tree. thanks.
Complete thread -- Good going. Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- NM. Third spacing.
Complete thread -- despite negative balance, patient continued to have s/l sir spacing TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanx and your welcome.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much Questyr. u r awsom
Complete thread -- Looks like it might be "the fibula" see link 2nd hit
Complete thread -- Nevermind, I see you reposted above and it is for a BKA.
Complete thread -- What is the surgery or procedure for?
Complete thread -- s/l plebithol
Complete thread -- s/l Pevita
Complete thread -- Yvw.
Complete thread -- Had time to check..yes to the 250 and 90 days..see link scroll
Complete thread -- Thank you very much Questyr.
Complete thread -- how funny! Definitely woke me up!
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I meant yes, the drug is used. I did not check dosage. But U can ck the link.
Complete thread -- Yes. See link
Complete thread -- Yes. See link
Complete thread -- whaattt???
Complete thread -- s/l "perforation" not familiar with suburethral mini-sling placement. pls sm
Complete thread -- you've always uses??
Complete thread -- I just got here too. I think he is saying "the abdomen is Mormon" meaning ...
Complete thread -- I'm late to this party but I also think moribund works, meaning
Complete thread -- this is for chronic UTIs
Complete thread -- prophylactic cephalexin for 90 days? Sound correct?
Complete thread -- me too. There is definitely more syllables than morbid and that und ending. Oh well
Complete thread -- ... In a 1-2-3-5 pattern
Complete thread -- I hear that too and think it makes more sense than morbid
Complete thread -- how to type this- 1 2 3 5 pattern
Complete thread -- just got report back from QA and they left it as morbid. Thanks :)
Complete thread -- (of a thing) in terminal decline; lacking vitality or vigor.
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- morbid
Complete thread -- Trying to google that and not finding anything... just referencing moribund patient :(
Complete thread -- really? I thought moribund was near death?
Complete thread -- The abdomen is moribund.
Complete thread -- not able to understand what he says
Complete thread -- I've always uses arabic for kidney stages.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. It is nice to get a definitive answer. I have asked QA but this is one of
Complete thread -- agree witho poi
Complete thread -- sorry for the delay, but I do hear it as I suggested above.
Complete thread -- It is not roof and floor?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. He says this every time and I have flagged it so many
Complete thread -- going to flag. Under medications he lists Fluconazole 400 mg daily
Complete thread -- through the roof for the EPL tendon sheath.
Complete thread -- floor = for
Complete thread -- wav file thanks - does roof floor make sense?
Complete thread -- He was advised to continue 400 mg of prednisone on a daily basis.
Complete thread -- Possibly. Clearly says "norgesterone." Need to flag. Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- perhaps referring to norgestrel
Complete thread -- NP clearly says norgesterone-estradiol triphasic OCP. Norgestimate, correct? nm tia
Complete thread -- Blanking this. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- see link for some examples
Complete thread -- Gad!!...typo...it meant to type pruritic (not pruritus)
Complete thread -- That's what I'm thinking, but I can't document any of it. Thanks
Complete thread -- I find that they send electronically in different formats such
Complete thread -- so it sounds like Pilates, only without the S at the end. Help.
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- "Claims ahh she is on" is what I hear
Complete thread -- I should add, she has a pretty strong southern accent.
Complete thread -- "as pruritis ahhh stating she has" is what I hear
Complete thread -- Archives show post 2004 post asking about kidney staging roman or arabic
Complete thread -- medications have been sent as a "Pilloddy"
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks.
Complete thread -- on Lamictal 175 mg. _____ she is on 60 mg
Complete thread -- chest described as pruritic. _______ she has been getting bumps on the back
Complete thread -- It seems like it was about 2-3 years ago. I do not know why, only know I got
Complete thread -- When did stages of kidney disease go arabic? Just wondering
Complete thread -- Thank you...it's cor pulmonale! ...
Complete thread -- MGUS... ESL
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- full sentence/paragraph?
Complete thread -- cor pulmonale?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Swelling of the feet
Complete thread -- It seems fine to me.
Complete thread -- lb could you share the address for resp board. nm
Complete thread -- surgical incision
Complete thread -- my guess with "hands in the upward mode (or probe"") i.e. ultrasonic iposition used
Complete thread -- Thanks for your suggestion. Upon further investigation it was bupropion.
Complete thread -- sorry for delay, phone call. Thanks. I will flag. Still can't really hear it.
Complete thread -- my guess would be one or both "Both atria and ventricles are paced sequentially"
Complete thread -- hypertrophic anal glands and ducts at the ?.
Complete thread -- citalopram?
Complete thread -- We talked about her depression and I refilled her *pro-pil-pran* for her.
Complete thread -- Tussin?
Complete thread -- I hear constant reaction with
Complete thread -- s/l owen sleeve may be own sleeve (fashioned her own sleeve)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ...as mom, upon leaving, described that...
Complete thread -- No problem. I reposted. Long report, I have time :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- on lab work as mom ______. She tends to have
Complete thread -- DMSA - but you posted over somebody else's wav
Complete thread -- do a repeat _____ to assess the extent of the scars
Complete thread -- wav file, same report, same history.
Complete thread -- think I got it.... cicatrix
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- I heard the trip. The negative makes sense.
Complete thread -- triple negative ??
Complete thread -- wav file thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you - I appreciate it! ...
Complete thread -- ? There was a cyst? There was otherwise therefore
Complete thread -- kefir
Complete thread -- s/l keefer
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound like foam...
Complete thread -- I found a FoamSleeve ....see link...could that be your s/l?
Complete thread -- Could it be "crypt and gland" see link
Complete thread -- lymphedema S/L
Complete thread -- small hypertrophic s/l*cripple* gland at the anorectal margin
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY, there was ? otherwise for hyperpigmentation of the
Complete thread -- There was _____ hyperpigmentation of the
Complete thread -- Agree
Complete thread -- Ha, that's much easier to verify! I was hearing "plane" -- TY! TY!
Complete thread -- footplate
Complete thread -- Can't verify s/l - ...articular side in the central tendon ________.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I thought of that but it doesn't really sound like it
Complete thread -- ?? wherewithal ??
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- sinus rhythm and *the coh lahni* was paced in AV sequential
Complete thread -- wow, too fast for me. Can you slow him down any?
Complete thread -- Great job!
Complete thread -- checked with the *hands and an upward* probe
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1) laser fiber 2) and rate of (but no rate, and I think he changes his mind to leave out)
Complete thread -- removed. Patient _______ position
Complete thread -- Inspiron incentive spirometer
Complete thread -- 365-mm laser _____ setting of 0.8 energy ________ and the stone were
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- instructed in use an *inspron* prior to operation
Complete thread -- ureter consistent with a stone and no contrast going beyond
Complete thread -- I keep hearing "process" for blank but not certain that's right.
Complete thread -- Happens to me all the time. :)
Complete thread -- filling defects. In the mid ureteral _____ there was a stone and no contrast WENT beyond
Complete thread -- I think I hear system as the 2nd word. Was trying to hear collecting system but it is not
Complete thread -- Not sure..Thanks for trying..
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- found this on a respiratory board. just maybe ?
Complete thread -- Probaby O2 that the author is dictating as Q2??..flagging..
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- the mid ureteral _________ the stone
Complete thread -- Wes
Complete thread -- S/l Q 2 or cue two treatment..any idea?
Complete thread -- Ah. Thanks. I wanted to hear approaches and got stuck on that.
Complete thread -- Neuropathy is all I've encountered.
Complete thread -- probes?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- like surges of tingling sensations.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "and opened and cathed"
Complete thread -- aloe
Complete thread -- intubated and opened in the ______, and contrast material
Complete thread -- neck pain
Complete thread -- He is using hydrocortisone _____ to the back.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l surge of parasthesias
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! :)
Complete thread -- I think "from" makes the most sense.
Complete thread -- Any ideas? Pt in a fight.
Complete thread -- sorry; I guess the prophylaxis threw me
Complete thread -- I will make sure to say "just fyi" in the future...
Complete thread -- thanks to all who tried...:)
Complete thread -- cell wall cyst?
Complete thread -- reminds me of "Ben Affleck" ... hmmmm
Complete thread -- agree... I can't find a thing.
Complete thread -- i wish i knew what part of the body was biopsied, it was not stated. :(
Complete thread -- Uncle.
Complete thread -- does not give me the part of the body in the note :(
Complete thread -- what part of the body??
Complete thread -- What part of the body was biopsied?
Complete thread -- contents above should read context thanks
Complete thread -- ditto.. " number of the so-called “spring water” or coelomic cysts of the pericardium"
Complete thread -- contents - sm
Complete thread -- I found no exact phrase on google for "salt water cyst". I checked
Complete thread -- context - sentences before and after
Complete thread -- salt water cyst?
Complete thread -- well, crap. It's been one of those days...
Complete thread -- In Reply to: Alfreck retractor? ENT or maxillofacial context. posted by Kate on August 13,
Complete thread -- just had this exact word in a nosejob, settled on "Alfreck" but now you've got me doubting
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Many thanks! nm
Complete thread -- QTc (the c = corrected) ms (milliseconds), at a rate of 62
Complete thread -- echo showed sinus rhythm, QT 306, QTC 401, "MS" at a rate of 62. nm tia
Complete thread -- Thanks. Yours is obviously the correct one.
Complete thread -- I think yours is more for retraction and elevation of spinal roots
Complete thread -- See my link :)
Complete thread -- No, thank you for the try :) Have to leave a blank. /nm
Complete thread -- Think you've a typo..Aufranc.. see link
Complete thread -- maybe Aufricht retractor
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- found Goldman displacer
Complete thread -- WAG Could 'IT'=OT (as in occupational therapy) ??
Complete thread -- s/l alfred retractor
Complete thread -- not sure, but listen for "outfractured" instead of now fractured
Complete thread -- s/l globan bar displacer
Complete thread -- Non-cuffed tunneled catheters are used for emergencies and for short periods (up to 3 wks)
Complete thread -- More context.../sm
Complete thread -- Acute rehab note, patient is minimal assist for (s/l) IT clearance. ?? /nm
Complete thread -- I searched "rapid ventricular response or rate" instead of rate/response.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, Q. I searched for that but could not find it.
Complete thread -- s/l terminal catheter
Complete thread -- According to this explanation for laymen, yes. See link
Complete thread -- In expanding AFib with RVR. Is rapid v. response the same as rapid v. rate?
Complete thread -- Interesting...and probably just a typo, but s/b cushingoid (no cap)
Complete thread -- how about Cushingoid?
Complete thread -- I'm with you on the nitpicky and not worth arguing bit ... don't really care. You have a
Complete thread -- "When they are functioning in the sentence as an organizational entity, they should be cap
Complete thread -- That's your opinion.
Complete thread -- The reason is incorrect, but you can go ahead and do it your way. Free country.
Complete thread -- No, but thanks.
Complete thread -- WAG ??rigidity??
Complete thread -- See? I knew someone would disagree. (nm - did you read the link with the explanation?)
Complete thread -- Abdomen: Mild diffuse s/l GDP. Nontender, nondistended.
Complete thread -- Thanks. He is really clear, though. Sounds just like above.
Complete thread -- WAG ??Croatia Islands?? see link
Complete thread -- She saw Orthopedics, Dr. Diane. Yes. She saw Dr. Diane, orthopedics. No.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me, disjointed as dictator did not gather thoughts sm
Complete thread -- There is no reason to capitalize and it should not be capitalized.
Complete thread -- ?? renal function panel
Complete thread -- pt. with low potassium. Start potassium chloride crystals, and recheck "RFP" nm
Complete thread -- and I'm trying to spell it correctly, Croatian... but that's not what he's saying
Complete thread -- My only guess is he's is trying to say Kroatien. Thanks.
Complete thread -- A 63-year-old s/l crusshenada male
Complete thread -- might be. i thought at times it s/l strastophere but thought I was cra ...
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing ??Stratafix?? ...see link
Complete thread -- type of suture
Complete thread -- Apparently we posted stimultaneously. See my post above.
Complete thread -- As always..we find reasons for doing things, then someone
Complete thread -- oh okay... yeah, per sm's response, the answer is *yes* - cap it... fluff to Q.
Complete thread -- Thanks - that was a good explanation by sm and it did clear it up.
Complete thread -- That link wouldn't help me. The conclusion is that people disagree?
Complete thread -- Click on the response by 'sm'
Complete thread -- Perhaps this will help...see link
Complete thread -- It seemed to me like it should be but I can't come up with a reason why.
Complete thread -- I would cap it - but I'm sure others will disagree.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Is there any reason why orthopedic would be capped in a phrase like this?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Appears to be part of an immune workup...see link
Complete thread -- urine protein to creatinine ratio was "1284." pt. with CKD. nm TIA
Complete thread -- I'm finding an IL-10 (interleukin 10)...now trying to find what it is used for
Complete thread -- interleukin-10 (IL-10) assay?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Think your problem is that there is something missing as sentence doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- repeated in two months’ time. An *I O 10* assay was not performed.
Complete thread -- Sensitivities for the organisms will continue with peritoneal fluid are
Complete thread -- Oxford English Dictionary shows it dates to the 1650s. So more likely it
Complete thread -- hmmm... wonder why OneLook didn't like it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- If s/l is steh no lye then wondering if=external eye blepharoplasty..see link
Complete thread -- Link did not take you to correct view. To get to it, on Google
Complete thread -- Merriam Webster shows pendulant=pendulous, so it is usable ..see link
Complete thread -- pendulous?
Complete thread -- does it s/l steh no lee blepharoplasty? or sten no lye blepharoplasty?
Complete thread -- s/l pendulant earlobes
Complete thread -- s/l stenoliblepheroplasty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Not sure, s/l "but a short prostatic urethra which was causing.." (I don't hear anterior
Complete thread -- Both orifices were seen. ________ remainder of the bladder.
Complete thread -- was obstructed _______ prostatic urethra
Complete thread -- hernia on the right. ________ feel the bladder
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- same here, I really don't "hear" anything in there other than stuttering over he was seen
Complete thread -- off and on and then clot retention? sounds like he's just stuttering all over the place.
Complete thread -- bleeding off and ______ clot retention
Complete thread -- He comes in for ____ seen by me in the hospital
Complete thread -- thanks. I bet you're right, but unfortunately I was dumb enough to accidentally upload it
Complete thread -- think I got it. intermittent spikes in pain.
Complete thread -- WAV. Patient with rotator cuff tear.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 5% of the articular surface. It was nicely
Complete thread -- 5% of the
Complete thread -- The posterior malleolar fragment was no more than ____ articular surfa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Each edge of the fracture....cortical edges
Complete thread -- ____ fracture site was cleaned down to the ____ edges. ...
Complete thread -- I picked that definition to suggest to the OP because the patient
Complete thread -- I imagine it would mean Lovenox is given based on PTT reading,
Complete thread -- heck, I'm not arguing wtih you, poi
Complete thread -- movement disorder?
Complete thread -- what would that mean?
Complete thread -- We have taken the opportunity of referring her to a ______ neurologist within the New
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing "to watch Walter Powell"?
Complete thread -- see if any of this helps...
Complete thread -- I think he is using the 'chronological' meaning in this context ..see
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- I bet that's it, thanks!
Complete thread -- what about PTT?
Complete thread -- Lovenox has been reduced from therapeutic to s/l PPT prophylaxis dosage.
Complete thread -- or water blowing ( i definitely hear an m or n at the end). This is in NJ
Complete thread -- I heard that too, looked it up and agree with you.
Complete thread -- I wasn't questioning your answer - that is what I heard too
Complete thread -- got if from the dictionary fyi, I didn't make it up.
Complete thread -- temporally is related to time - not short time
Complete thread -- I don't know why it is correct - when I looked up temporally related to - it
Complete thread -- temporally - lasting for a relatively short time?
Complete thread -- Got it - temporally works. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- wav file, I looked up every spelling for this I could think of and none really fit
Complete thread -- *not* and diastolic.
Complete thread -- it was end diastolic nto and diastolic. posterior around 35.
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- It is mentioned in this PubMed article ...see link
Complete thread -- diabetic radiculopathy - is there such a thing or incorrect terminology? TIA!
Complete thread -- Sry to hear you're sick. Hope you feel better soon.
Complete thread -- sorry, not working. on my second flu or bronchitis bout. ugh
Complete thread -- Yes! TYSM!
Complete thread -- thank you, yes, I had first set of blanks as a wav... then next followed the MP3, couldn't
Complete thread -- premonitory
Complete thread -- Patient denied s/l pre-men-uh-tory symptoms or any other symptoms. TIA!
Complete thread -- that's all there was on the MP3.
Complete thread -- next blank is the same: shortly after the origin
Complete thread -- First MP3 blank: ...shortly after the origin.
Complete thread -- I have to send this report in... have had for over 2 hours now. Thanks!
Complete thread -- filled in some blanks, now stuck. wav and MP3 posted, wav is first
Complete thread -- same report, still struggling. Audio 1
Complete thread -- yes, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- yw! ; )
Complete thread -- 1st=supinators?
Complete thread -- ah... Blank #2 = pronators. Figured that one out... Still working on #1.
Complete thread -- Muscle strength (sm)
Complete thread -- thank you so very much!! :) I am weak in cardiology and I have never done this guy before
Complete thread -- Wedge pressures were recorded, PA pressures were recorded.
Complete thread -- struggling :(
Complete thread -- thigh got crushed?
Complete thread -- keep your fingers crossed...
Complete thread -- Not enough information to help you, no context.
Complete thread -- At that time, she mentioned her "Figa crossed." SL
Complete thread -- I wasn't arguing. I misunderstood you. In your message with
Complete thread -- thank you, Q I did read my link, one LVAD, namely AB5000 Ventricle (Abiomed, Inc)
Complete thread -- I think he is saying MUSCULOSKELTAL: She is very weak. (musculosketal w/accent of course)
Complete thread -- it is working now! YAY!! :)
Complete thread -- I sure didn't think it sounded like tendon. Will try. Might flag this whole report
Complete thread -- muscles clear, though she is very weak ?? I am sorry :(
Complete thread -- biceps magna ?? please verify though
Complete thread -- g a p j o j are you able to open up any archive reports? I cannot, keeps timing out
Complete thread -- never mind - hypochloridemia - thanks anyway
Complete thread -- FNP dictates hyponatremia and s/l hypofloridemia secondary to hydrochlorothiazide
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- the old wav is still there.
Complete thread -- Muscles _______ but she is very weak
Complete thread -- Chest was increased with _______ decreased air entry.
Complete thread -- I meant, delay release (instead of daily)
Complete thread -- maybe Pancrelipase daily release ________
Complete thread -- flaggingh
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I do hear an "s" after colic (which means cramp), so he could be making it plural
Complete thread -- Can't hear that.
Complete thread -- abdominal colic and.....
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- abdominal _______ and abdominal pain.
Complete thread -- getting Pancrelipase. _______ after the operative
Complete thread -- also problems with cellulitis of the lower extremities, arthritis....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not followed by any kind of chemotherapy
Complete thread -- followed by _____ of chemo therapy
Complete thread -- disease. Also _______ of lower extremity arthritis, rheumatoid
Complete thread -- Haha need more coffee. He's saying chem-8 !
Complete thread -- Lab data: MCV 65, INR 1, s/l chemate within normal limits.
Complete thread -- Thanks it! TYSM!
Complete thread -- I find a menthol/zinc oxide ointment..see link
Complete thread -- s/l men-til-sing topical ointment TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks again for the update. Sorry you couldn't open the
Complete thread -- Thanks for the update. I do note with this site when I
Complete thread -- also, here is a list of products evaluated for MRI use, a bit long
Complete thread -- was there ankle injury & had supple pad and tourniquet placed over it?
Complete thread -- 2007 info, no time to look for newe//updated info. Can't open ur link, & not needed.sm
Complete thread -- might be Ptosis of outer end of both upper lids (?matatial=material
Complete thread -- I am hearing fluctuance now. Thanks to all helpers.
Complete thread -- Highly doubt 'flatulence" in this situation.. I'd go with fluctuance.
Complete thread -- fluctuance?
Complete thread -- s/l "proctulence or fractulence". pls sm.
Complete thread -- That's interesting. Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Somehow it got switched to Spanish.
Complete thread -- That's okay. I still hear Basis or Basically by nurse's note, but I trust your
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- I don't hear that.
Complete thread -- Patient is a poor historian. Patient, by nurse's note, not eating or drinking,
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. I knew I was not hearing it correctly :)
Complete thread -- based upon
Complete thread -- I am hearing: basis by nurse's note
Complete thread -- see link....see if it will solve your problem.
Complete thread -- uncertain I am hearing this correctly
Complete thread -- Word all of a sudden red underlining words spelled correctly. Please help!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Quite a story. I knew I'd heard her voice on this board
Complete thread -- We were given her 'history' on 9/26/14..type 'vocal' in New Search box to read it.
Complete thread -- Just upper extremity. Still unclear. Thank you all for suggestions. Flagging & moving on.
Complete thread -- My sympathies -- that is a tough dictator! Sounds like they are sick.
Complete thread -- Are they just testing the upper extremity? Any chance it's psoas or iliopsoas
Complete thread -- YAY!! Thank you! I can hear that too! :)
Complete thread -- He really thinks the weight loss is just . . .
Complete thread -- I will take any guesses anyone has, to see if I can hear that as well :)
Complete thread -- WAG ??serratus??
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- Thank you! /nm
Complete thread -- fimbria ovarica
Complete thread -- ?hand intrinsics /nm
Complete thread -- Salpingectomy procedure, ?s/l fimbriata verica /sm
Complete thread -- Muscle testing .. wrist extensor, and s/l sur-ash history bilaterally. TIA!
Complete thread -- Another WAG ??mechanical ptosis??
Complete thread -- ?crus? see link
Complete thread -- WAG ??involutional ptosis"??
Complete thread -- where the inferolateral *cluse* of the lateral canthal ligament
Complete thread -- steatoblepharon, *end matatial* ptosis , bilateral lower lid
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ?Bowman? see link
Complete thread -- s/l Bellman probe
Complete thread -- you all are so amazing! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- thnk you
Complete thread -- thank you, yes, I hear Tubigrips now! Thank you!
Complete thread -- #3 Says "nine five beats per minute and regular. There was no peripheral edema."
Complete thread -- #2 "[stop] comma (correcting to comma) it was recommended..."
Complete thread -- ??sometime=subtype?? see link
Complete thread -- #3 heart rate something (unsure of number) and regular.
Complete thread -- Schizoaffective disorder, bipolar *sometime* most recent episode mixed with psychosis
Complete thread -- 2. It 3. and
Complete thread -- #1 ??Tubigrips??
Complete thread -- Type in MRI in the FIND box
Complete thread -- This hit specifically states DO NOT have MRI as magnet can affect the device. See link
Complete thread -- 3 blanks, please help!
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but wonder if U R hearing "onto the right ankle" (not and to)
Complete thread -- Got it - Tomudex.
Complete thread -- I think this is..
Complete thread -- ESL...Exercise monitoring device
Complete thread -- Patient with liver cancer....
Complete thread -- yes...
Complete thread -- Qvar
Complete thread -- Medication name...
Complete thread -- A pneumatic ankle tourniquet was applied s/l*over supple pad* into the right ankle
Complete thread -- thank you! I can now hear that too :)
Complete thread -- Sorry, I didn't see inside.
Complete thread -- Cardiovascular examination: Irregularly irregular...
Complete thread -- variable in intensity
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- I agree with you - that's what I hear
Complete thread -- agree? disagree? new to acct and first report
Complete thread -- think I am now hearing: lateral condyle extensor muscular attachment ??
Complete thread -- Mental Status: Here is a breakdown of sections for ( next time)
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- any cardiac problems? might be LVAD=left ventricular assist device sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I would cap Appropriate thought content as it starts a section separate from affect. JMO
Complete thread -- Would put a dash rather than comma between 'content' and 'no' because
Complete thread -- #2 ??appropiate thought content??
Complete thread -- I think fine as you have it. nm
Complete thread -- OP gave us the answer below on the line starting "He speaks so fast..."
Complete thread -- mental status: constricted range=emotional state is not full range.
Complete thread -- s/l icter may be observation of icteric, non-icteric, icteric sclerae
Complete thread -- depressed, depressed *constricted range*, appropriate *sick* content, thought
Complete thread -- Correct
Complete thread -- Think you have a word missing..If you would BE kind enough..and THANKS for
Complete thread -- He speaks so fast, that I had to slow it way down to get this...
Complete thread -- If none of those work, then I must say 'uncle.'
Complete thread -- I also find reference to "on perimeter" see link
Complete thread -- No...
Complete thread -- I find that visual field can be manual or computerized...and the
Complete thread -- I don't suppose "on icter" is referring to the patient's name, like 'on Hector" or such?
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- Even if "adding" has to do with icter part, it still sounds like a separate part
Complete thread -- Can't find anything supportive for "visual field on icter" Sry
Complete thread -- Still checking on "visual field on icter"...but think recheck adding is
Complete thread -- Eye Testing...
Complete thread -- See link...item #3 ....I would agree with you, but answer is subjective.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- think i will
Complete thread -- Are these commas needed or not? I say not.
Complete thread -- 4. Individual, group, and milieu therapy. (see link)
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Is he saying "Normal evaluation."
Complete thread -- 4. ____ milieu therapy.
Complete thread -- ??cooperative, good eye contact, no psychomotor abnormalities??
Complete thread -- ??cooperative, good eye contact??
Complete thread -- See this link..I think some of what you need is there for #1 such as cooperative..
Complete thread -- ______ evaluation:
Complete thread -- I think I hear..#2 Normal volume, tone, rate of speech.
Complete thread -- hospital gown, _______, no psychomotor abnormalities. Normal _____ and speech.
Complete thread -- sister and brother
Complete thread -- Sister and ______ both have bipolar illness
Complete thread -- Good going. Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- got it, NYSIF
Complete thread -- Ah. See link above which is NY Worker's Comp forms. See if that helps. I'll
Complete thread -- Seems these are Workers' Compensation Board forms (possibly)..see link..perhaps
Complete thread -- ny
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- ...neurological status is actually improved?
Complete thread -- what should "neuros" be expanded to in this example? no slang allowed
Complete thread -- Since these sound like form names, might help if we knew
Complete thread -- This is addendum for an *eye sis* reviewing a C-4 signature illegible, August 12, 201
Complete thread -- Overtoom? (see link)
Complete thread -- 18-French s/l*over it* balloon system.
Complete thread -- ?Can U hear ALVAL? see link
Complete thread -- Yes, that is it. Sorry for the above.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- That sounds good if that is what you are hearing.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "It was somewhat spastic and redundant however" now
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- kind of a rectosigmoid?
Complete thread -- spastic and redundant ______.
Complete thread -- Bile and *foam* were cleared and a large ulcer was noted
Complete thread -- Thank you. I appreciate the link.
Complete thread -- Please see link enclosed. Capture the pain makes sense.
Complete thread -- s/l capture the pain
Complete thread -- Ordered MRI to rule out "LVAT" lesion. Patient had total hip replacement with
Complete thread -- I know what you mean.
Complete thread -- Those researching words 4 Stedman MT word books did frequent faulty searches, example sm
Complete thread -- Not earth shattering but when U hear "Glidewire", only 1 company uses this spelling sm
Complete thread -- I should add it was my instinct to cap each heading word. I don't really
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- This hit shows..History Source: Patient Arrival Mode: Car ..see link
Complete thread -- urgent care clinic. s/l his-tore and patient arrival mode TIA!
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- Is possible. See link, scroll down to step 3.
Complete thread -- pain over the biceps s/l interval anatomically at the level of... TIA!
Complete thread -- nevermind, just got it :) decrement
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Oh fudge. I was wrong. MEA CULPA. It does modify chemotherapy. I apologize
Complete thread -- I'd like to add that I would much prefer if doctors did not
Complete thread -- I tried the link, but in order to get to it you must type in quotes "incontinuity" in the
Complete thread -- Here are over 40 PubMed articles using it...see link
Complete thread -- find it used a lot on google and onelook?? I didn't. Today, usuage w/be, a break
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- You and I were both right as regards modifying chemotherapy, but
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. Will definitely flag now.
Complete thread -- Without knowing even the type of cancer, I wouldn't know
Complete thread -- Ah, I overlooked that one!
Complete thread -- Looks like the problem is going to continue..because several
Complete thread -- no hyphen when adverb precedes compound modifier
Complete thread -- I hear "link" as well, but can't document. Anyone heard of this?
Complete thread -- well-tolerated chemotherapy. It is modifying, to me.Am I wrong?
Complete thread -- The criteria is whether the modifier precedes or follows the
Complete thread -- still makes sense to me. *s/l a cord in the* ACL,
Complete thread -- Often mispelled. It is Rumel not two "M' sm
Complete thread -- So if the "MRI demonstrates a cord IN the ACL"...but the ACL IS a cord..then
Complete thread -- Just in case. No - needed in well tolerated... :) Not directly modifying, so just normal
Complete thread -- sorry, I disagree. ACL ligament a broad, thick cord the size of a person's index finger
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks for pointing out my error!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Also acute leukemia in children
Complete thread -- OP ahhh I thought I heard "link"in there, not platinum tho,
Complete thread -- ALinC apparently stands for acute leukemia in childhood
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know. PubMed and google showing ALinC for the spelling.
Complete thread -- No other info available. But I think I just got it - ALINC-based chemotherapy.
Complete thread -- Unfortunately OP mentioned that audio was poor.
Complete thread -- I'm not 10000% sure, but I 'thought' I heard platinum-based, but on relisten, not sure SM
Complete thread -- Yes, stay. See link for article, scroll down to question about retractor and stays.
Complete thread -- what type cancer? do you know specifics of the treatment?
Complete thread -- no, meant if dictation clear, I would go with vent nm
Complete thread -- Oncology note
Complete thread -- the small fish-hook*stay* was placed in the urethra, along with a small Rob-Nel cath
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- ??? fibrin degradation products (FDP)
Complete thread -- some type of lab
Complete thread -- straight biter, upbiter, and shaver?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- A s/*commencer* probe was inserted.
Complete thread -- Straight biter s/l*up under shaver* were then used to do a partial medial meniscectom
Complete thread -- 12-9 railway incident (hitting a person?) see link to news article
Complete thread -- was involved in a *twelve nine*. He has been out of work since then and has been
Complete thread -- got it: they have also
Complete thread -- unsure what she says
Complete thread -- maybe IPRCC - Interagence Pain Research Coordinating Committee (NIH) see link
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Significant substance abuse, reports treatment with *IBRCC* and AA.
Complete thread -- Got it - in tube #4. Not 2 number 4
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me
Complete thread -- axillary dog-ear tissues when her arms rub (is it correct)? Please help.
Complete thread -- do ya mean if "vent" is not clear?
Complete thread -- thought so
Complete thread -- The problem with this hit is that it says "The ligament is...a cord"..but
Complete thread -- Hit enter too soon...means a breach of continuity
Complete thread -- incontinuity in OED...date chart shows since the 1850s
Complete thread -- s/l cord in ACL. Yes. sm ****
Complete thread -- I've heard in continuity and discontinuity, but no incontinuity
Complete thread -- if s/l vent is clear, then I agree with "tent" sm
Complete thread -- I like this too.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- probably. Thanks.
Complete thread -- tent?
Complete thread -- ?bump deformity? see link
Complete thread -- Merriam-Webster's Learning Dictionary shows a Southern belle..see link
Complete thread -- clavicle fracture s/l "classic vent deformity" Poor audio.
Complete thread -- Too late, but concerned that 'fibers in continuity' may B 'fibrous incontinuity'
Complete thread -- Thank you...
Complete thread -- ??Avodart see link
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Cord bloods were sent.
Complete thread -- Cord ______ were sent
Complete thread -- ESL...Prostate Cancer Medication
Complete thread -- cone beam would not be capped
Complete thread -- BOS2 page 272 say cap when referring to geographic region of US
Complete thread -- Blanking. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- or purulent expectoration
Complete thread -- No fevers, chills, ______. GI: No nausea noted
Complete thread -- Thanks to all - YES! it is Cone Beam CT
Complete thread -- Could be saying walking table... Just can't really document that either
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Cone beam CT? (dentists use those)
Complete thread -- something CT?
Complete thread -- hahaha
Complete thread -- orthopedic doctor, if that helps. Thanks.
Complete thread -- well, if you're a Steeler fan, you don't get a vote...
Complete thread -- he is able to ascend from his scooter and ambulate to the s/l balking table
Complete thread -- No - here is more
Complete thread -- Radiographs include (that they bring with them today include)
Complete thread -- s/l * comb UCT *
Complete thread -- LOL - (I'm actually from Steeler Country) I don't think I'd capitalize that though. ;)
Complete thread -- medial-sided knee pain
Complete thread -- thanks - I do think it *looked* better that way and one site said that it was "respectful"
Complete thread -- I looked in OneLook and they had it both ways. I think either is good. I would cap.
Complete thread -- ahhh well... guess it's too early. I'll just cap it cuz I gotta move on.
Complete thread -- Lois... you out there? You should know this. This lady is even from NC!
Complete thread -- quick question - cap the 's' in "Southern belle?" (the pt is a southern belle)
Complete thread -- The patient excercised decision to proceed with arthroscopic management.
Complete thread -- She has undergone extensive treatment
Complete thread -- think it is left
Complete thread -- shock wave lithotripsy, cystoscopy, and *lymph* stent remo
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- shoulder pain ___ got extensive treatment
Complete thread -- shoulder pain ___ extensive treatment
Complete thread -- She had longstanding history of shoulder pain. She ____> treatmen ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- rapidity
Complete thread -- Accordingly, I have instructed him to start Prograf at a dose of 3 mg ...
Complete thread -- Too late, but may mean glipizide/metformin...saying
Complete thread -- Antia-Buch fasciocutaneous flap of area and steroid injection. (then
Complete thread -- traversing?
Complete thread -- I think it is transiting
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- Procedure: Full-thickness radical resection of full-thickness tumor o ...
Complete thread -- anyone heard of glipizde, s/l*carbostabs* metformin
Complete thread -- thanks will flag and end my day. :)
Complete thread -- You have my sympathy!
Complete thread -- The patient has smoked ______for 6 years, quit in 2006.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- Uncle.
Complete thread -- it might help to know #1 and #2, as well as the pt's complaint
Complete thread -- wish he would have spelled the second word.
Complete thread -- It's sooo frustrating when he takes the time to spell it and we still can't get it
Complete thread -- my thought too, but I hear "gru-lee-um"
Complete thread -- I think maybe I hear ...something effluvium....
Complete thread -- Maybe he wants tinea cruris then.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- I checked Archives above for Fisler and Trademark...and found nothing
Complete thread -- Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- I looked for exact phrase "fisler clamp" on google and got zero hits.
Complete thread -- Any other possiblity? ...
Complete thread -- I found here Filshie clips for tubal lugation...see link
Complete thread -- spelled out as "Fisler clamp" is it correct?
Complete thread -- I wonder if it could have been Lahey hemostat?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help. I sent it in.
Complete thread -- He used Rummel earlier in the report, but this time it is definitely not Rummel
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing "with a Rummel" see link
Complete thread -- First, it s/b was (not were - each was controlled on both sides). Second, I'm
Complete thread -- Thank you so much
Complete thread -- Kumpe...see link
Complete thread -- s/l kum-pi
Complete thread -- I am fairly confident I hear "with a".
Complete thread -- How clearly do you hear "with a" ?
Complete thread -- 1) Can U post a WAV? 2) If not, what is the next sentence?
Complete thread -- Common femoral artery on both sides were controlled with a s/l Lauwer
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- Serotonin-Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitors (SNRI)
Complete thread -- selective seratonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI)
Complete thread -- Think he means SNRI...see link
Complete thread -- Patient was switched to a different SSRI or an s/l SSNI for her panic.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- answered above
Complete thread -- the reading was done by dr. dang is waht I hear
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- g a p j o j ... what do you hear for the #2 in PLAN section before Dr. Dang??
Complete thread -- Glad U showed up! I wish I could say I hear it, but my ears just aren't good enough
Complete thread -- g a p j o j ... what do you hear for the #2 in PLAN section before Dr. Dang??
Complete thread -- YOU ROCK!! :) ALL OF YOU!! :) THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH!! :)
Complete thread -- see lb post above
Complete thread -- that's it!!! :) THANK YOU THANK YOU!! :)
Complete thread -- egad lb..where were you! good one.
Complete thread -- right-sided stroke usually affects the left side, but I do hear left hemiparesis for #1
Complete thread -- 1 - left hemiparesis
Complete thread -- left shift brainstem? (but as Q said, not clear enough to use)
Complete thread -- I kept hearing "left sensation" prior :(
Complete thread -- oops..here's link
Complete thread -- perhaps "the reading of (thereof?) with Dr. Dang"
Complete thread -- I considered "left fenestration" see link indicating such can
Complete thread -- unfortunately I have no reports available for this patient :( we are unable to see any rad
Complete thread -- If you have access to the CT results perhaps that can answer 'left ?'
Complete thread -- Thank you guys so very much. Still unclear on just 2 little spots on both MP3 and WAV
Complete thread -- I don't think so. How about you, poi?
Complete thread -- do you think he says... "the reading involved Dr. Dang" ???
Complete thread -- Dr. Dang is a radiologist, this is as close as I am now getting with all your guy's help
Complete thread -- I think I hear
Complete thread -- yes, thank you! I can now hear that one :)
Complete thread -- I don't think left sensation is right :(
Complete thread -- I thought I heard something brain stem
Complete thread -- #1 Stroke protocol has been activated.
Complete thread -- thank you so very much!
Complete thread -- yes, you are right. Thank you for catching that! :)
Complete thread -- I think the blank on IMPRESSION is sensation??
Complete thread -- #2 MRI of the brain _____ and discussed with the radiologist....and discussed with the pt
Complete thread -- okay, last of my blanks for this report. MP3 is the IMPRESSION, wav is the PLAN
Complete thread -- probably should be unobtainable???. (sm)
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- do you think he says "Per my reading, it seems more subacute than acute" ??
Complete thread -- #3 - Per my reading, it seems more subacute than acute...
Complete thread -- 1.6 x 8.5 cm involving the right ...and the body of the
Complete thread -- sorry, IMPRESSION section
Complete thread -- MP3 is the blank within the ASSESSMENT section
Complete thread -- audio 1 is for blanks 1-3
Complete thread -- more blanks, audio 1 of 3
Complete thread -- thank you all!! :)
Complete thread -- Here is link for cranial nerve function if needed. They don't always go through list, sm
Complete thread -- there you go...I now hear cranial nerves
Complete thread -- Here is link for cranial nerve function if needed. They don't always go through list, sm
Complete thread -- I hear -II-XII (meanaing cranial nerves) difficulty expressing frontal lobe etc
Complete thread -- variety of past reports have either just Cranial nerve 12, some have 2-12
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- do you think he says Cranial nerves 2-12???
Complete thread -- I have report done, but still have 8 blanks to figure out :( will be posting more wav
Complete thread -- I hear he "kinda got _____(can't get), sounds sort of like "12"
Complete thread -- sorry, i tried. I talked myself into hearing disability but then changed my mind
Complete thread -- do you hear "kind of joked well" ??
Complete thread -- difficulty expressing his frontal lobe makes sense to me sm
Complete thread -- talked well?
Complete thread -- this is my first time typing this guy so I could be way off on what I think I hear
Complete thread -- I keep listening but can't figure it out. It just didn't make sense (to me.)
Complete thread -- what do you hear in the next sentence then?
Complete thread -- wick
Complete thread -- Don't like that next sentence though. Just my opinion
Complete thread -- psychomotor retardation
Complete thread -- not getting this one
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated; that's how they talk see link
Complete thread -- temporary total loss ______ was noted at the time including
Complete thread -- medial and lateral?
Complete thread -- thanks guys!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Maybe there is a reason for the terminology being that way.
Complete thread -- I would transcribe as dictated, particuarly if several dentists talk that way.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the comma, would not have thought of it there.
Complete thread -- perhaps "just put on"
Complete thread -- I have about 3 of these guys and they all say tooth, so I wondered. Thanks
Complete thread -- I think he says that too. A consulting can prescribe meds for the patient.
Complete thread -- s/l merra lines may me medial line (as in medial joint line)
Complete thread -- I myself would in that case. I would put comma after teeth as well, but that is me
Complete thread -- Not sure. Doc is consulting. No past reports of this patient that I can find
Complete thread -- I don't normally do dental. When they say tooth numbers, do you change to teeth?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I put on?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- thank you so very much! :) today I also got assigned your torture acct 644 but have not
Complete thread -- ADT shows he is 57yo
Complete thread -- 1.5 cm x 5 mm (x instead of by unless your company wants 'by' written out)
Complete thread -- but yea, I heard everything you had other than the just started just yesterday
Complete thread -- that he claims started just yesterday - (47 or 57 I can't tell)
Complete thread -- wanting to verify I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- Arthroscopy and meniscectomy.
Complete thread -- got it... "delayed" :)
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ugh. maybe myofascial ...
Complete thread -- mayb emyofascial trigger point
Complete thread -- s/l otmeyer facial trigger point
Complete thread -- :) thank you very much :)
Complete thread -- Was just posting what I heard.
Complete thread -- I was always told "script" was slang for prescription. My employer does not allow slang
Complete thread -- script
Complete thread -- Appropriate
Complete thread -- nevermind... I believe he said "Appropriate prescription" :)
Complete thread -- not catching what he says
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. To the rescue again!
Complete thread -- did find this
Complete thread -- I think it is well supported
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I am asking about the pulmonary nodule likely granular.
Complete thread -- ACL repair reviewed and handout given of "Wilkes" protocol. nm TIA
Complete thread -- are you asking about the use of *-*? or the words? If that is what
Complete thread -- SM Does this context sound okay for number 1?
Complete thread -- for the record - I put it in brackets [mustard] which is our way of indicating ...
Complete thread -- Sorry I forgot to come back and say thank you, so THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- Then I'd flag it because the legitimate sites do not show any such dose
Complete thread -- i.e. "being uncooperative, and her autism is the source"
Complete thread -- Can't help you much but I know I've heard obtain used in
Complete thread -- s/l he is trying to say autism is the source of her uncooperativeness?
Complete thread -- that was my first thought, but clear speaker and definitely saying 50? thanks. nm
Complete thread -- listen for phentermine 15 (I find that dose)
Complete thread -- goes on to say and increase topiramate to 100 mg twice a day. SM tia
Complete thread -- I hear "her autism, ____to sores" for the 2nd blank. itching??? (WAG)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would take out the guaiac sentence, I don't think he found
Complete thread -- Phentermine "50" every morning. I'm only aware of 18.75 mg & 37.5 mg? tia nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Guaiac of the stools also _____ chronic ... uncooperative due to autism, _____. I st
Complete thread -- excluded. Correlate clinically...
Complete thread -- correlate
Complete thread -- is not excluded ______ clinically and with these
Complete thread -- Patient is status post ACL reconstruction. She has
Complete thread -- Good guess. That is probably it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- arteries?
Complete thread -- tibia and fibula fracture well healed. Images ... Calcification around the s/l ories
Complete thread -- Hemorrhoidal cushions are anal cushions of tissue composed of blood vessels, smooth muscle
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- pledget?
Complete thread -- not sure what he says
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- see
Complete thread -- Patient with hip pain.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- s/l hemorrhoidal cushing externally
Complete thread -- short discovery calendar
Complete thread -- cores
Complete thread -- SPECIMEN: *6 course* in the right prostate, *6 course*
Complete thread -- Yeah, I saw that after I posted. oops
Complete thread -- on the court’s _______ discovery calendar
Complete thread -- named for John Fothergill, English physician
Complete thread -- Finally.... the Librium protocol was weaned,
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- flagged and moved on.....
Complete thread -- Elevated PSA and microscopic hematuria
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: *L A to P S A* and microscopic hematuria.
Complete thread -- alcoholic detox - s/l Ree-Am protocol ?
Complete thread -- No question - just FYI. Doc just dictated Father Gill's Disease, I googled and found
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- he says femur bone, not femoral
Complete thread -- wth 4-0 silk
Complete thread -- cautery. also - no hyphen with mouth-incision. just fishmouth or fish-mouth
Complete thread -- I just had to look this one up yesterday.
Complete thread -- Next, the wound was closed in layers _______ . The deep muscles
Complete thread -- were divided using _______ 3. Next, medially,
Complete thread -- Linzess (linaclotide) capsules 290 mg -- news to me.
Complete thread -- noncalcified?
Complete thread -- CT chest....with s/l un-chill-spun nodules. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- a desk job at California State University - San Bernadino
Complete thread -- This has bothered him when he was lifting and working ____. ...
Complete thread -- here is a good link
Complete thread -- The table is spelled Mustard...the other is Mustarde flap see link ...when
Complete thread -- s/l aw-tu-aw-taw . all can think of optokinetic reflex
Complete thread -- Extraordinary find!!! Here's a picture of the Medtronic
Complete thread -- found Mustarde table & Mustarde also many listing in Tessier surg word bk pg1466
Complete thread -- TYSVM for letting us know!
Complete thread -- Thank you - it was soporific medication effect (new word for me today!)
Complete thread -- He definitely said chicken... ...
Complete thread -- I agree with lb
Complete thread -- FYI I was able to get to that MT Stars post, but the poster only
Complete thread -- Nope... This had been asked on MTStars also. s/m
Complete thread -- I thought that too, until I read "the patient was suspended"
Complete thread -- Besides, I'd never "go with it" if I couldnt document it for real, not just what someone
Complete thread -- I've NEVER heard of mustard and always heard "suspended from Mayo stand"
Complete thread -- Too late, but wonder if it might have been sleep deprivation effect
Complete thread -- Yes! TYSM!
Complete thread -- osteoblastic?
Complete thread -- Bone scan revealed multifocal s/l auto-batic metastases. TIA!
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Low voltage recording with s/l supper-fication effect and muscle artifact.
Complete thread -- I guess I'll go with it...
Complete thread -- acuity?
Complete thread -- "mustard stand" used in vocal fold injection procedure... sm for context
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- smoker times 30+ years
Complete thread -- HABITS: She is a 1/2-pack a day smoker x30+ years. (or x30 plus years??)
Complete thread -- You know, maybe she IS saying methylmalonic but pronouncing it "met-il-malonic"...
Complete thread -- labs for iron-deficiency anemia, Russian ESL, not hearing methylmalonic s.m.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Me, too! Flagging. Will let you know!
Complete thread -- I would insert commas (sm) and images show (not shows)
Complete thread -- Long sentence read ok without comma?
Complete thread -- Uncle.
Complete thread -- Oh, because I found this for 02012 see link page 3
Complete thread -- I found Hirschberg, but it is not that.
Complete thread -- This dictator is horrible. No, it is some kind of exam.
Complete thread -- Can this be some kind of number like 020?
Complete thread -- are you sure you are hearing chicken? Sheep?
Complete thread -- Is the patient in the US?
Complete thread -- 3rd is "with unrestricted"
Complete thread -- No just the 1st one. 2nd blank is centered.
Complete thread -- R U saying all 3 blanks have the same s/l of aw-tu-aw-taw ?
Complete thread -- Forget this.
Complete thread -- WAG ??untoward??
Complete thread -- went with AVM because of the "concern for". Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l aw-tu-aw-taw evaluation (ophthalmic exam on 1-week old) see context
Complete thread -- chicken-skin soft cast padding
Complete thread -- See link...scroll down to Discussion.
Complete thread -- astigmatic? big guess there
Complete thread -- Yes, it does...
Complete thread -- Just thinking out loud..but wonder if he is saying "jellied" as
Complete thread -- looking for opinions - see message
Complete thread -- You have a slight typo...s/b Iglesias
Complete thread -- See if this helps
Complete thread -- listed in post -Morelli has 16 Clinical Trials on Cancer of the Lung, Lymph Node, ...
Complete thread -- ??An element of muscle spasm suspected.??
Complete thread -- s/l gelleve- see if can hear slurring Iglesiias resectrope sheath
Complete thread -- endorsed is what I hear too.
Complete thread -- I found the same thing but that's someone's name and I couldn't find any trials listed
Complete thread -- yes-makes sense with assessment
Complete thread -- further in report under assessment and plan
Complete thread -- Element of?
Complete thread -- no luck on s/l, (instrument to mark limbus) thought it was synechia, no luck on marker tho
Complete thread -- I will relisten for this...
Complete thread -- MRI C spine-s/l ela men um
Complete thread -- introduced
Complete thread -- found morelli in reference to cancer trials sm
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- wild guess - combined with ameliorative therapy? (symptom relieving)
Complete thread -- ESL...Cancer
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- I hear "endorsed"
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- endorsed to the nurse Lori Cotton
Complete thread -- extraocular muscles are the six muscles control movement of eye
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- thank you, that is what I was thinking
Complete thread -- Yes, IMO...intraocular means 'in the eye'
Complete thread -- ??
Complete thread -- [s/l see-oh-knee] corneal marker
Complete thread -- didn't note any change?
Complete thread -- doc dictates "intraocular movement is intact" in HEENT should that be "extraocular" ?
Complete thread -- has no change?
Complete thread -- She ____ change in her symptoms which are mainly driven by fatigue.
Complete thread -- I hear "Use Silvadene for now"
Complete thread -- Oops..here's link
Complete thread -- This 1st hit remarks to note the elevation of the apex of the
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- #3 wounds when ?products? are available
Complete thread -- #2 extremity. Continue Silvadene for now
Complete thread -- typo oes equals does
Complete thread -- I hear "#1 Unlikely abdominal pain is surgical; most likely radiation..etc
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oes to me. hyperlucent=radio finding area less dense than normal
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if the s/l should be 'succutate an' ...and that
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- three ?s
Complete thread -- can you hear something like "after resection of an adequate amount of bone?"
Complete thread -- increase the Norvasc or try alternative therapy.
Complete thread -- also found this Methylprednisolone Sodium Succinate Injection sm
Complete thread -- I'm thinking an anesthesia? Succinylcholine close as can come to s/l
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? "There is a transverse hyperlucent line noted along the shaft
Complete thread -- based on her symptoms we can increase _____ trial alternative therapy.
Complete thread -- surgery and a skin graft (in the?) buttock wound
Complete thread -- I hear "...skin graft and a buttock wound" - some sound before skin graft, but don't know
Complete thread -- vagina within normal limits, "high" and well elevated. Would hymen make more sense?nm
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: _______buttock wound
Complete thread -- over so I could use the *gelleve resecto* sheath
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- your question-pericardium=a thin double-layered sac which encloses the heart. sm
Complete thread -- distal interphalangeal joint fusion
Complete thread -- When I do not understand something, I ask a question for
Complete thread -- Q also had in HER post down below that Dorland's showed it as maze.
Complete thread -- YES< the first word after a period is capped fibrillation. (PERIOD) Maze...
Complete thread -- I do not understand..see message
Complete thread -- No Q, not 1st word at all. posted as (fibrillation. "Maze" refers to the series)
Complete thread -- "or other treatments" and if cancer,dx DLT=radiation sure would fit.
Complete thread -- Only because it was the 1st word in the sentence.
Complete thread -- When still a hospital MT, frequently saw how exam in pt room, sm
Complete thread -- but still had cap on maze.
Complete thread -- For sure, when blanks determined, SAVE it, is is a dictator" routine
Complete thread -- this was rather interesting... ewww
Complete thread -- We can agree the info supplied was minimal.
Complete thread -- This was already supplied about an hour ago. :/
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- maze" =a row of new electrical pathways (line of scars inside heart
Complete thread -- no-ooo cap on maze. If dictated Cox-maze, cap only Cox
Complete thread -- I do not challenge anything in this post...it is far beyond
Complete thread -- 12-plus years'
Complete thread -- 12 plus years' work experience or 12 plus years work experience
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Q,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- RxList shows that is used for treatment of myasthenia gravis..which is
Complete thread -- no, DLT refers to side effects of drugs or other treatments.
Complete thread -- ? Mestinon
Complete thread -- He is using 'the drag' in the sense of 'the pull' on the skin of the lower face. I would
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Jamar dynamometer
Complete thread -- "maze procedure is a type of heart surgery for atrial fibrillation. "Maze" refers to the s
Complete thread -- s/l "j mar duderometer"
Complete thread -- I thought I had at the PubMed article I found, but then
Complete thread -- Please disregard.
Complete thread -- decrease the **drag** on the lower face and
Complete thread -- can you document that? Thanks.
Complete thread -- Note it s/b Maze (capped)
Complete thread -- Could someone please explain this?
Complete thread -- Threw the volume up to full and agree with 'nm' INDICATIONS/MEDICAL HISTORY:
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- Just wondering one more time: He says backslash but really means a forward slash I suppose
Complete thread -- Current medications include calcium, fish oil, *maston A*, Singulair, and Vita
Complete thread -- I literally hear 'indications (backslash) history colon' ...so it
Complete thread -- It was pipe. Thanks.
Complete thread -- That must be it. Thanks! Will turn report in now.
Complete thread -- indications "back slash" medical history ? I/MH
Complete thread -- ESL rock hard s/l like a bike, indicating porcelain aorta
Complete thread -- Will do that. Tried to get the best I could. Thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry. Wrong post for this comment.
Complete thread -- Then I would flag and ask QA for feedback so you can have it for next time.
Complete thread -- The wav is there now. I couldn't quite make it out.
Complete thread -- I wish I could. This doc is new.
Complete thread -- Should be there now. Thanks
Complete thread -- I still heard no WAV and I dumped out and came back in.
Complete thread -- If there is any way you could get a sample, I would ask for one on this guy.
Complete thread -- I heard no WAV. My response was interpretive only. The only WAV
Complete thread -- I did post the wav just to be sure. Thanks for listening
Complete thread -- Wow. Thanks. New doc to me.
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- description of operative procedure. After verifying that adequate
Complete thread -- Or could it be.... of excess findings: 'Colonoscopy' verified?
Complete thread -- Or could it be 'onc care' procedure. Onc as in oncology since pt has cancer or prostate?
Complete thread -- I am understanding a little bit more but not all. Please see msg.
Complete thread -- New doc. Never heard 'Indications' dictated like this, but I hear
Complete thread -- ..transrectal ultrasound with placement of gold seed markers. ...
Complete thread -- Usually there are 3 measurements, so my guess would be 0.5 x 0.5, but just a guess
Complete thread -- brain fart this morning....
Complete thread -- Good luck on the review!
Complete thread -- THERE MAY BE A PROBLEM....you said your s/l started
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- Wonder if it is EKC (epidemic keratoconjunctivitis). see link
Complete thread -- Pt with chemosis and lid edema
Complete thread -- might be QA used BOS 3 at another facility
Complete thread -- ??? geez
Complete thread -- No-oooo I sure would not use those words, nope.
Complete thread -- humm, might be DLT, OP any mention of radiation, that is what is referring to
Complete thread -- Technically yes, but what happened was that I SENT my
Complete thread -- At least this is one of those times when you can POLITELY
Complete thread -- Just had QA correct dental caries to dental carie, lol.
Complete thread -- Thanks, good to know in case we ever shift to BOS3.
Complete thread -- OP said she was blanking prior to your post
Complete thread -- agree no "S"
Complete thread -- Just for FYI BoS 3, page 436 does cap them
Complete thread -- I like that thot too, but OP had to bail on us, so we'll never know.
Complete thread -- 1 to 2+
Complete thread -- 1-2+ laxity or 1 to 2+ laxity? Not sure which way to
Complete thread -- Thx
Complete thread -- agree. IF they didn't dictate the word "test" then it'd be 's
Complete thread -- agree except I'd put tests
Complete thread -- Just me, but... McMurray and Steinman test bilaterally.
Complete thread -- Steinman or Steinman's
Complete thread -- peau d'orange
Complete thread -- Sounds like "pogorhange" effect skin.
Complete thread -- suggest DLT - dose-limiting toxicity
Complete thread -- Yeah, well, I work where you work, lol. However,
Complete thread -- hmmm...could be some sound-alike letters in there, BELD, DELD, I have no idea...
Complete thread -- I do not cap it. I do see it cap'd on several psych pages. If you are allowed, I'd
Complete thread -- ESL
Complete thread -- Do you guys do initial caps on Global Assessment of Functioning?
Complete thread -- I just googled the words "corporal aspiration" and voila, priaprism
Complete thread -- I wonder if it is something like under the fascia. ___ the sq tissues...
Complete thread -- OK. Just wondered if it might be fascia of the neck.
Complete thread -- What is the specific surgery being done?
Complete thread -- Never mind. I am blanking.
Complete thread -- fascia of Marette?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- Wow. Thanks Q. I called myself doing a search but I blew that. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Yes..SACH...see link
Complete thread -- sounds like S_A_C_H foot (acronym) see msg for context plz
Complete thread -- I hear....to help with a lot of her anxiety
Complete thread -- seeing a counselor or psychiatrist to help ____ anxiety
Complete thread -- priapism
Complete thread -- all i have is the diagnosis... is a short note
Complete thread -- oooh...sound good
Complete thread -- that really could be it. I turned it in but bet you are right. I thought 1 word.
Complete thread -- abrupt contour change?
Complete thread -- I tried everything I could think of! Thanks. Will send on as it is a stat. Was just hoping
Complete thread -- I tried wild card OneLook for words that might precede
Complete thread -- or SOMETHING-contour change
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- still hearing old wav
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- and I'd spell out benzodiazepine unless your account likes slang
Complete thread -- #1 - benzo or opiate, #2 agree w/piloerection
Complete thread -- #2 ??piloerection??
Complete thread -- Oops, see 2 posts on thread below this one.
Complete thread -- Dorland's shows it is shawl sign. Also see post below for when
Complete thread -- benzo ______ withdrawals. No evidence of congestion, rhinorrhea, _____ reaction,
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- There has been a movement toward not using the
Complete thread -- I googled too, but I found shawl with S being upper and lower case. Same with Gottron's
Complete thread -- (both googled well without a book)
Complete thread -- Gottron's (without sign) or Gottron sign. Shawl not cap'd (in the shape of a shawl)
Complete thread -- Thanks, I thought it would be a Dermatology-type sign. I see Gottron now too. Thanks
Complete thread -- As below, which is the correct spelling of Gottron sign (Gottron's, Gottrons, or
Complete thread -- Ah, now it makes sense. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- In my book, I find only Gottron for both papule and sign. Stedman's Ortho.
Complete thread -- having perforated through the posterior vaginal wall
Complete thread -- I found different spellings for Gottron sign: Gottron's, Gottron, Gottrons. Which is
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think Shaw is probably Shawl sign. Guessing that perhaps feenac is V-neck. I am
Complete thread -- Shaw as well as s/l "fee-nac" sign and scalp involvement.. more context inside
Complete thread -- wav file. What I had makes no sense in context.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- low wall probably
Complete thread -- He has an NG tube *to L wall* suction.
Complete thread -- disregard
Complete thread -- New diagnosis of mixed myopathic neurogenic myopathy SM
Complete thread -- I'd say - these are not ranges (like numbers) so these would be hyphen. That's my take
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- oh! he just spelled out for me DBX thanks
Complete thread -- Tib-fib fractures: The hole created from impaction filled with 5 ml of s/l DDX or VVX
Complete thread -- Thank you both! I will look it up and give it another listen. Appreciate the help.
Complete thread -- typo The client wants (not The client was)
Complete thread -- cyclophosphamide is usually with docetaxel for breast CA
Complete thread -- ?docetaxel (Taxotere)
Complete thread -- R U sure he did not say "in contiguity" meaning the edges are
Complete thread -- I think you misunderstand. The client was hyphen format
Complete thread -- agree, in continuity=function is continuous, as incision continuous
Complete thread -- Patient with hip pain is consulting with orthopedic physician.
Complete thread -- I don't think the comma is necessary. He was not listing (at
Complete thread -- I/d go as acct specifics want. wants only format of L5-S1, L4-L5
Complete thread -- comma after symptoms?.no symptom, without any abnormal LFTs
Complete thread -- I'm not sure there's a simple answer to cover all the ways a
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sounds like the patient had been submitted for and
Complete thread -- Subsequently, the patient was considered to be a candidate for the *A S A P* however
Complete thread -- L5 to S1 and L4 to L5 discogenic mechanical back pain, question inside
Complete thread -- That must be it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- , and therefore,
Complete thread -- HydroEye?
Complete thread -- med s/l hydral-I
Complete thread -- right - Dobbs bar (google AFO dobbs bar)
Complete thread -- It is Dobb. I had time to look.
Complete thread -- This is a guess but there is a bar, I think Dobbs or Dabbs Bar that hooks to AFO
Complete thread -- It continued to be in continuity. There continued to be incontinuity. (my take on it)
Complete thread -- casted using Ponseti method and then transferred to an AFO and "dopps bow". sm tia
Complete thread -- I'd say in continuity
Complete thread -- I would also comma between and and therefore but I don't if that is right.
Complete thread -- noun: continuity 1. the unbroken and consistent existence or operation of so
Complete thread -- which to choose continuity or incontinuity...
Complete thread -- Do I have the correct punctuation here
Complete thread -- OP I think you may have it KCI V.A.C=Kinetic Concepts, inc) sm
Complete thread -- any mention in text of jehovah witness(can't have blood replacement
Complete thread -- couild be.. I had not thought of it that way.
Complete thread -- disregard
Complete thread -- could be?
Complete thread -- concern is of uncertainty of a massive bleed?
Complete thread -- I wonder if they mean that for whatever reason, he cannot have transfusions?
Complete thread -- I hear that too, but him saying "replaced" is confusing to me.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Guess - the straight leg raise is called Lasegue Test
Complete thread -- Something like - there is a concern certainly of a massive. Or the concern certainly
Complete thread -- he appeared quite stable
Complete thread -- The concern is _____ of a massive bleed as it cannot
Complete thread -- the emergency room today, _______ stable.
Complete thread -- s/l lagere test...
Complete thread -- I'm finding KCI wound VAC. He is an ESL, but I'm hearing Keshy.
Complete thread -- s/l keshy wound VAC
Complete thread -- a raconteur maybe?
Complete thread -- garrulous is the first one, can't figure out the second one
Complete thread -- Today, his short-term memory is pretty much intact. He remains ___, a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the heads up.
Complete thread -- Sonicision cordless ultrasonic dissector -- news to me.
Complete thread -- if initial was normal, no need to go to the next marker level
Complete thread -- There are also sonogram markers...see link
Complete thread -- trisomy condition found in cells sm
Complete thread -- me too. I found an old report and he must have said it much clearer. I had it on that.
Complete thread -- Glad you got it. I heard "L-franc" and came up with ptewy. sorry
Complete thread -- sounds good but without more info from OP (which there was ?none?) ....
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- For the archives...wonder if it might have been trisomy?
Complete thread -- Got them, Bennett and Aufranc
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks, hip replacement going to total hip
Complete thread -- Nope! There wasn't much to go on. Left a blank. Thanks!
Complete thread -- What are the patient's symptoms, why having the CT?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- You guys are the best!
Complete thread -- ...to make sure there has been healing in this large gastric ulcer?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- no, just 3 hours for the day (had my 40 hours in so those were OT hrs)
Complete thread -- I read it as a regular day (8 hrs) + OT (3 hrs)= 11 hrs for 756 lines..that sucks
Complete thread -- ??isosorbide??
Complete thread -- 756 isn't too bad for only 3 hours imo, but
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging. I have to move on. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l eye-sir-muh-nide 30 mg daily. TIA!
Complete thread -- googling ankle joints brings up nada for your s/l
Complete thread -- Got it... Chopart's joint
Complete thread -- The patient has a dislocation of the s/l show-far joints at the talonavicluar joint.
Complete thread -- have a good night!
Complete thread -- I did 3 hrs OT (354) and got 756 lines. I want my primary acct back! See ya tomorrow -
Complete thread -- I just now got my lines in that were supposed to be done before lunch :( I am so short :(
Complete thread -- you rock! you really do! :)
Complete thread -- and troponin was positive for acute MI
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- ahhh...Thanks! I didnt even think to look in BOS.
Complete thread -- brother and sister-in-law's
Complete thread -- I think brother's since without 's it looks like he stepped on his brother and the
Complete thread -- He stepped on his brother and sister-in-law's dog. or brother's and
Complete thread -- Yes. There is a specific title for each number, and that
Complete thread -- Yea, but that's just DSM listing. If you look, they capitalize everything there.
Complete thread -- I agree with Q.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much!
Complete thread -- I mean don't add 'artery'
Complete thread -- don't add...it's okay as is
Complete thread -- sorry if silly question, but not strong in cardiac. LAD= left anterior descending but it
Complete thread -- awesome! :) I added it to my arsenal as well :)
Complete thread -- He's not in the database, but I remember a doc once spelling the name for me & I wrote it
Complete thread -- got my other blank too :) Three-vessel coronary artery disease
Complete thread -- thank you because I am having trouble finding him :(
Complete thread -- Jonathan Beiser, PA
Complete thread -- wrong, see if it is John or Jon
Complete thread -- Joan Beiser or Beiser, I think she is a PA but not sure.
Complete thread -- unable to figure out the second-assistant's name he says
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- Since she has taken the time to give you EXACT instructions, I would
Complete thread -- Looks fine to me, other than spelling out plus/minus on GAF
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- link shows 311 is Depressive Disorder NOS (no comma)
Complete thread -- If she specified capital D, I would go with it. Her report.
Complete thread -- posted the WAV
Complete thread -- BoS 2, page 257 no symbols for +/- except in tables. S/b
Complete thread -- she specified capital D on both LOL! normally I would not, but was not sure what to do
Complete thread -- I would not cap "Disorder" on axis I. also, not sure on +/- and will defer to Q - isn't
Complete thread -- first time doing anything psychological... is this correct? it was how she dictated
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated. Refers to more than 1 branch/vessel, not the main one; a smaller one
Complete thread -- see link, scroll toward bottom of page, it is a verb too
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- exactly
Complete thread -- sure, the way they short-talk I'd give him what he said.
Complete thread -- he wanted to suicide? did not say "commit"
Complete thread -- I keep re-listening and just keep hearing "but nothing further was done" :(
Complete thread -- 639 is my killer for lines, I would rather struggle with 354 most of the time LOL! atleast
Complete thread -- that was so mumbled there I couldn't get that one at all.
Complete thread -- For me, I would go as dictated,stressing/indicating a very very large blood
Complete thread -- I didn't hit 900 four days last week, so don't feel bad. 644 is a killer.
Complete thread -- I can't hear it, but usually the blank is something like arteriotomy
Complete thread -- :) thank you for all your help!!
Complete thread -- I SAVED THAT OP REPORT MY ARSENAL TO REFER BACK TO. I DO WITH ALL 354 LOL!
Complete thread -- Disregard.
Complete thread -- golly! my lines suck today, 1/2 where I should be. Thanks guys so much for all your help
Complete thread -- I think you got it!
Complete thread -- blank #1 s/l "but nothing further was done" ?? blank #2 s/l measuring?
Complete thread -- measuring about 1.75 mm. This wound was irrigated. (?)
Complete thread -- The vein was admitting about
Complete thread -- 3 blanks left that I cannot get. MP3 and WAV (report with filled in blanks inside)
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- It was slightly thickened wall (I'd put thick walled)
Complete thread -- okay, in ur SM post, think it must just have been a copy/paste from my OP when I thought
Complete thread -- I did (my post is below)
Complete thread -- I keep hearing right
Complete thread -- earlier I thought it was left upper ext but then he always talks about the right ??
Complete thread -- Right before #2 he says either "deep in subcutaneous fat" or "deepened through" or
Complete thread -- here's your MP3
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- #2 the cephalic vein was isolated
Complete thread -- posted new wav and then MP3 posted as well which follows the wav file
Complete thread -- I'd say yes
Complete thread -- so would the pre and post dx just be end-stage renal disease... then name of OP be the AV
Complete thread -- oops - but I can't hear it so... post more sound for me
Complete thread -- 1.75 mm maybe not 175??
Complete thread -- I have been looking for a report that has to do with these and haven't found one :(
Complete thread -- he says brackets [ ] but I use ( ) those
Complete thread -- right wrist, between 2 brackets (Cimino fistula) (check his samples)
Complete thread -- just also caught mistake in beginning, states right and not left
Complete thread -- full report has 10 blanks at the moment :(
Complete thread -- today is not my day
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- lol!
Complete thread -- I see that PubMed articles treat the compound adjective phrase
Complete thread -- to infiltrate a block anethesia? ?
Complete thread -- WAG ??infiltrative??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not catching what he says
Complete thread -- Here is what HPI shows
Complete thread -- BoS 2 shows it K wire when used such as "0.062 K wire". But
Complete thread -- I see it both with hyphen and without, even in our archives LOL
Complete thread -- website has W capped though... so should it then be capped when Stedman's does not?
Complete thread -- The web page has hyphen. See link
Complete thread -- It is actually Kirschner wire and I don't hyphenate but I see it hyphenated on a lot of
Complete thread -- :) thank you! :)
Complete thread -- I dont think its rectal exam, I hear 'rest of exam"
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- K wire or K-wire? Stedman's ortho has K-wire, while Stedman's surgical equip has
Complete thread -- yesterday within normal limits.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I do not disagree. I think the toss up falls between
Complete thread -- There's no standard measurement for large blood, so I think
Complete thread -- U listen to him more than I do. I also know that with
Complete thread -- thank you so much for all your help!! :)
Complete thread -- MIGHT be saying "rectal examination", but I don't KNOW.
Complete thread -- I really think I hear "The rest of examination is within normal limits."
Complete thread -- did not consider that. Hmmm. It has to be either that or rest of examination
Complete thread -- Not sure, but MIGHT even be saying "rectal examination within normal limits"
Complete thread -- Don't do this to me. What did 'it' turn out to be?
Complete thread -- :) just posted that too. :) On the wav below, do you hear ext are within normal limits
Complete thread -- yes, thank you! :) last blank I think now sounds like pelvis?
Complete thread -- #2 pelvis
Complete thread -- #1 ?? within normal limits??
Complete thread -- rest of exam. Not sure if hearing correctly
Complete thread -- not sure if saying extremities or if he says "the rest of exam" :(
Complete thread -- #1 ??corresponding??
Complete thread -- I am not certain of what I have either :) if you hear something different, please let me
Complete thread -- corresponding to his age. Slight pain in the suprapubic area (he stumbles on this)
Complete thread -- audio #2 (exam)
Complete thread -- Nevermind..I see coglag answered that
Complete thread -- thank you so much! I will do audio 2 in a second
Complete thread -- Not enough sound clip at the end for me to hear #5
Complete thread -- #3 The patient was admitted for hydration, kept etc
Complete thread -- last one: The patient is sitting, playing the
Complete thread -- I don't HEAR "in" or "with", but would expect one of those there
Complete thread -- I just now posted that too lol! :)
Complete thread -- emergency room with his family, with acute...
Complete thread -- do you think #1 is "his family with" ??
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear for #1" ??his family??
Complete thread -- Sry. This is #4
Complete thread -- #3 Patient examined for that reason.
Complete thread -- #2 he stumbles on 'lymphadenopathy'
Complete thread -- If you are required to follow BoS, it says not to use the
Complete thread -- not doing so great with this one :( audio #1, there will be more :(
Complete thread -- ??puckering and traction??
Complete thread -- And what was the answer or what did you go with or what did you do with the report? Are
Complete thread -- sounds better than my guess
Complete thread -- Thanks for ideas! :)
Complete thread -- macular tear and detachment? macular tearing and traction?
Complete thread -- Pt with epiretinal membrane
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- +++
Complete thread -- doc dictates UA with blood large plus plus plus ??? then asked for it to be in bold
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- gracilis
Complete thread -- Looks like gracilis would be part of it. Don't know what first syllable would be.
Complete thread -- that's a guess...
Complete thread -- biceps femoris (see inside)
Complete thread -- The autograft will be taken from the hamstring, s/l "viskersilis" and semitendinosus.
Complete thread -- needs autograft of the hamstring, s/l "viskercilis", and semitendinosus,
Complete thread -- got it. ...
Complete thread -- hate... not have :(
Complete thread -- I can't get any lines on entire acct... :( I really have the 25 plus split reports :(
Complete thread -- can't say I have. But you are right. she is the easiest one to do
Complete thread -- After this was done, it was obvious that the patient had some retained ...
Complete thread -- without evidence of, in fact, epilepsy?
Complete thread -- Wow, what a story. She has overcome a lot.
Complete thread -- Totally sympathize.
Complete thread -- She is actually easy after about the second time. She at least
Complete thread -- I call it the Accent Game...I attempt to put my mindset into
Complete thread -- Do you find yourself (unintentionally) mimicking her breaths?
Complete thread -- Thanks to you too, Poi, for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- I don't hear that - only 2 syllables, but I bet that's it in this context. Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- Apparently intractable epilepsy is epilepsys resistant to
Complete thread -- I'm finding something called "intractable epilepsy"..but need to
Complete thread -- I'
Complete thread -- idiopathic?
Complete thread -- Tonic-clonic seizures without diagnosis of s/l intact epilepsy. TIA!
Complete thread -- true, definitely would not wish it on anybody!
Complete thread -- I mean its sad because of such a traumatizing experience. I couldn't image going through
Complete thread -- I said thanks for sharing and put OP in the name field in error.
Complete thread -- nevermind, I see it LOL :) I have done that before too :)
Complete thread -- Not really sad (to me.) I don't even know her and I'm proud of her.
Complete thread -- ?? huh?
Complete thread -- don't know why I put OP on that...that was me
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing.
Complete thread -- posted the doctor's story of her accident above as to why she sounds like she does. Sad
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- yes, she was in an accident. See story inside
Complete thread -- question to OP -- do you happen do know why this dictator
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I will snoopy dance with you!
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- hyperdynamic (I got one!! -- doing the Snoopy!!)
Complete thread -- hyperdynamic
Complete thread -- needing help :(
Complete thread -- I listened and re-listened as I thought it was odd, but it really did sound like flipping
Complete thread -- Now I hear pubic.... Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- ?pubic tubercle? see link
Complete thread -- Mesh placed encircling the spermatic cord from the *Tully*tubercle to the shelving
Complete thread -- Apologize for the late reply, I really do appreciate the help.
Complete thread -- thank you! I can now hear it :)
Complete thread -- He does complain of some right shoulder..
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- See link...I am not finding them referred to as "secondary" using
Complete thread -- Kinda late, but I think you need "control slipping", not control
Complete thread -- isn't it something like "By Hand" (just off the top of my head)
Complete thread -- plse sm, (not much cardiac experience)
Complete thread -- When a Business Letter is Held for Pick Up...Letter Notation?
Complete thread -- how about "ground glass"
Complete thread -- Never mind, got it, it was ground glass
Complete thread -- Word help - centrilobular s/l burn class nodularities
Complete thread -- Right!
Complete thread -- thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- ?acinar? see link
Complete thread -- acinar
Complete thread -- Yes, I did google to confirm that a Kelly clamp might be used such a way.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much
Complete thread -- ESL...S/L
Complete thread -- I also hear with a Kelly down to bone. I think he is using a Kelly
Complete thread -- not certain I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- Ah. Then forget my 2nd post above.
Complete thread -- Without more of the report, I cannot explain adequately what
Complete thread -- thank you! that is not what I was hearing at all prior. Now I hear that :)
Complete thread -- In a lateral position
Complete thread -- what I hear does not make sense
Complete thread -- I see. Thanks. I hear it clearly now.
Complete thread -- she would have to go in to have it *done* by a nurse, etc.
Complete thread -- it is an infusion
Complete thread -- Why the word 'done'? It is not a test.
Complete thread -- Ah-ha
Complete thread -- ??subclavian??
Complete thread -- subclavian steal?
Complete thread -- forgot
Complete thread -- She _______to have Reclast done since last visit given her mother’s recent death.
Complete thread -- S/L...ESL
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- was having outside time with my 3yo granddaughter :)
Complete thread -- I agree with that too
Complete thread -- Actually, one is gone already, so just the thread above.
Complete thread -- had to google that, but now I want one too!
Complete thread -- Thank goodness U R here. Maybe you can "take us home" on 2 of these threads.
Complete thread -- Sry, I'm coming up empty.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- 2?s
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- have a blank there too - trying to hear it
Complete thread -- Think she is saying "and some tests were done"
Complete thread -- Also note it s/b...The patient was sedated very well
Complete thread -- Still working on s/l, but "discontinuing the hypertension" does not make sense.
Complete thread -- What is patient's diagnosis?
Complete thread -- patient's sedated very well and _____ were done
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- same antibiotic. The _____ at that point was 510 from 369.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Also I hear...'the patient is on etc'
Complete thread -- she stumbles and I think wants..'liters, but when on physical therapy..etc' C what U think
Complete thread -- Don't know your blank...but in case not typo, s/b She is in (not on) atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- the patient on 2 to 3 liters _____. On physical
Complete thread -- chills, weakness, and _____ few days
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you so much! I can now hear that too :)
Complete thread -- #1 The patient's hemoglobin A1c has gone up. #1 ??Pittsburgh??
Complete thread -- thyroid disease noted. Continue Synthroid supplements.
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says (Kansas)
Complete thread -- #2 noted. Continue same.
Complete thread -- thyroid disease _____ continue ... psychiatric issues ____ to continue same
Complete thread --