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Complete thread -- like
Complete thread -- Gee, you would think with all that context that one would know
Complete thread -- went with RESIDENCE:
Complete thread -- suggestions for a heading? patient in assisted living, not sure what to put for that
Complete thread -- I actually thought it was a hallucinatory issue at first, lol.
Complete thread -- Granted, if he had given a correct dose for Aranesp, it might have been a different story.
Complete thread -- That's why I left blanks.
Complete thread -- Sometimes, even when we think something "must be", we find out "it ain't".
Complete thread -- stfu already
Complete thread -- ...they RECOMMENDED the initiation (not oriented)
Complete thread -- ...vomiting OR nausea (not AND)
Complete thread -- you think?
Complete thread -- listen for: and was corroborated
Complete thread -- "Aranzep" 0.4 mg subcutaneously on a monthly basis. Must be Aranesp, but 0.4 mg ?
Complete thread -- Is this a gender issue?
Complete thread -- First thing that comes to mind is "corroborated," but does it fit rest of context?
Complete thread -- For the last 10 years, he has identified as a man who was *cooborated* ...
Complete thread -- at least that makes sense, just halving an 81 mg tablet. :D
Complete thread -- Someone was talking about odd doses of aspirin the other day. I just got a new one,
Complete thread -- I thought of this too. Maybe he didn't know for sure what the gastroenterogist's
Complete thread -- gosh, now who doya think ALL CAPS poster is, ummm AOKOLM
Complete thread -- if that is the patient statement he may not be sure.
Complete thread -- We do however, know that YOU are AOKOLN, with the same old refrain on context.
Complete thread -- He states that he apparently saw Dr. __ yesterday
Complete thread -- stop shouting. No it is and was not. You're still embarrassing yourself.
Complete thread -- absolutely agree!!! and well said & so true, so true
Complete thread -- I sent to QA, but thanks for the suggestions :) ...
Complete thread -- so...humor makes us better than a newbie? Laugh with them, not at them.
Complete thread -- really...can we be nice? As I said below, we were all new at some point and appreciated
Complete thread -- Well, we were all there at one point in our career, right? and we needed help and didn't
Complete thread -- That makes sense. More importantly, you are correct. Thanks!
Complete thread -- end organ damage as a result of chronic or progressive disease or condition sm
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- oh, that's probably not even right. my math is terrible, especially when tired!
Complete thread -- but Albus D. knows everything, after all, he is a wizard of great magnitude!
Complete thread -- ...exam was limited on reaching the transverse colon which was tortuous.
Complete thread -- he has two formed stools?
Complete thread -- lets help anyway, this is a difficult, longggg learning job, they are "trying"
Complete thread -- ...pads. With a hearty cough there may be a little bit of incontinence
Complete thread -- Oh boy, I got it. It was "baby aspirin a day". I must be tired!
Complete thread -- The exam was limited s/l "on each" of the transverse colon, which was
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- No, I thought of those but its not. Thx ...
Complete thread -- Yikes, lol! ...
Complete thread -- LOL....I was going to suggest 2 to 4 meter stools until I realized that would mean 6 to 12
Complete thread -- watery? normal? daily?
Complete thread -- well, thanks all. i ended up flagging it just to be safe.
Complete thread -- no, it doesn't, but based on this, they'd have to weigh 10 kg, and it's...
Complete thread -- is feeling well. He has no abdominal pain, vomiting and nausea. He ...
Complete thread -- does it give her weight?
Complete thread -- (because that is NOT a very large dose at all)
Complete thread -- you have a point. I'd flag the "2.5" part.
Complete thread -- Prob "uvula" Class III: Soft and hard palate and base of the uvula are visible
Complete thread -- What confuses me, though...
Complete thread -- Sorry, doesn't ring a bell here.
Complete thread -- Tim, I think you're right, even if the OP hasn't come back.
Complete thread -- (per BOS, use / when it is kg per... 1 mg/kg - unless your acct specifies otherwise.
Complete thread -- cute :) n/m
Complete thread -- *agreed*
Complete thread -- I would go with "with" -with pinhole refraction, best correction
Complete thread -- LOLOL!! Could be:)))
Complete thread -- **double like**
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- Does this make sense to anyone? Please read...
Complete thread -- I think ok, prob. well-read dictator and learned term sm
Complete thread -- looking for the "like" button....
Complete thread -- Albus Dumbledore?
Complete thread -- Patient tripped while getting her male (mail). Patient is over 70.
Complete thread -- I am really beginning to think this Albus person is a student or
Complete thread -- Could it be dentition?
Complete thread -- I also find Mallampati as 3 instead of III.
Complete thread -- no, condition doesn't sound right
Complete thread -- YES CONTEXT IS NEEDED!! ARE YOU FRIGGIN KIDDING ME???
Complete thread -- Albus, to help you, context is ALWAYs needed whether you think
Complete thread -- Also if you post a wav, mention that
Complete thread -- it's 209/155, if you can hear it.
Complete thread -- I can find Udi's gluten-free bread but tablets? ...
Complete thread -- I think she meant to say 209/155 because she goes on to say the BP dropped to 129/95 with
Complete thread -- thanks. thinking about it too. ...
Complete thread -- diastolic higher than systolic? My brief research suggests no. Ever heard of
Complete thread -- The probiotics include: s/l udis?? three tablets once a day, PB 8 ...
Complete thread -- "Condition" was normal.??? ...
Complete thread -- how about...second-line option??
Complete thread -- what is the word? we can't know unless you tell us a sound-alike...?
Complete thread -- Abbreviation for polysomnogram
Complete thread -- Condition???
Complete thread -- What is PSG?
Complete thread -- there is an S sound
Complete thread -- typically sep** in line option
Complete thread -- Google end line option
Complete thread -- maybe end-line like an end of the line option or last option?
Complete thread -- This is one time "context" is not needed. Dispensal is not a word, that I can see, so no,
Complete thread -- ___ in line???
Complete thread -- I tried to think of something that would s/l that and fit...and came up with nada.
Complete thread -- I'd say the word is questionable, even though we know what it means. It sounds more like
Complete thread -- For this MT, this might be a little high/low. See how she spelled hemoglobin
Complete thread -- I think you got 'em all, BB
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I see shoulder Cryo/Cuff...but not Cryo shoulder. I guess it works, though.
Complete thread -- and on that note, I still just don't see that word fitting ... ???
Complete thread -- Gee. I don't think so. but...looking on dictionary. com
Complete thread -- verified as...?
Complete thread -- I'd say "in" -
Complete thread -- Are you sure his hemoglobin is 158? That's rather unusual.
Complete thread -- plse sm: does "oriented" make any remote sense here
Complete thread -- Yes, that was the conclusion I had come to. Thank
Complete thread -- Verified. Ty anyway. :)
Complete thread -- Perhaps it s/b two words, i.e., Cryo Shoulder?
Complete thread -- in or and?
Complete thread -- Mirapex?
Complete thread -- Found it: Philippon
Complete thread -- Pt seen for shoulder: s/l cryoshoulder (cannot verify). See inside for context.
Complete thread -- Crestor, Pristiq, ???, Actonel
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Aspirin, Plavix, ___, Lipitor, Dyazide, _____, and _____. ...
Complete thread -- s/l ** STILL upon ** or ** FILapon **
Complete thread -- weak evidence; "he did not have thrombocytosis"?
Complete thread -- thanks, i hear valsartan but not first blank
Complete thread -- A guess: Dicyclomine and valsartan
Complete thread -- Never mind. Utopic, but I think I will blank it. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Is "thrombocytotic" a useable word? See what was dictated...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I did it too, came up with gait upper motor neuron...
Complete thread -- eutopic goal sm please
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match?
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Gabapentin, baclofen, ____, Diovan, ____, Lasix, and Klor ...
Complete thread -- yes i did and got nothing real at all.
Complete thread -- makes much more sense!
Complete thread -- When I googled gait and started to type in upper motor, it made a suggestion.
Complete thread -- Maybe just stumbling on *reliability.* You can google that with indicator in quotes
Complete thread -- You can google "end organ" and throw in diabetes for context for more info.
Complete thread -- thanks, I think I will add
Complete thread -- s/l "end organ" change ?? Don't think this is correct at all. Any guesses?
Complete thread -- so that is not a "feel reliability" (feel ability) indicator of infection
Complete thread -- nevermind, ended up speaking w/her about something else and she says s.m.
Complete thread -- Depends on how much freedom you have. I would change it
Complete thread -- He gave it as 10.3 in labs, so guess I'm hearing right.
Complete thread -- gait is in an s/l upper motor dome pattern.
Complete thread -- Dictator keeps referring to Johns Hopkins as "Hopkins." Would you leave that way, or
Complete thread -- rambling, dyslexic PA here, EKG, pls s.m.
Complete thread -- Sounds like he's saying D-dimer was 10, but I must be hearing wrong? VR also put 10
Complete thread -- She has been getting some tired, also some fatigue.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that's what I heard
Complete thread -- thankyou!!
Complete thread -- She made a mention to her father?
Complete thread -- She _____ to her father, after he confronted her about
Complete thread -- agree, but I think he's saying "will not be a problem"?
Complete thread -- dispensal
Complete thread -- I would be pretty happy that there will not be a primary gut...?
Complete thread -- Wav posted with 1 blank, thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Thanks Tim. ...
Complete thread -- please disregard above; just meant to say yes, that would be right.
Complete thread -- yes, patchy lytic is correct
Complete thread -- Oh, yes its tysabri. just a little confused because im hearing the wor ...
Complete thread -- intertrochanteric
Complete thread -- WAG - every Saturday?
Complete thread -- PET/CT scan showed widely metastatic disease including
Complete thread -- Tysabri?
Complete thread -- Will it be a brand name for baclofen? ...
Complete thread -- AntiF???
Complete thread -- Darlene - I'm lost. Baclofen has active ingredients of baclofen?
Complete thread -- anti-spasmodic?
Complete thread -- s/l antisobbry?????
Complete thread -- I think MT50 got it. It means, the quirk of blood coming from the IMA sm
Complete thread -- thank you both! it was uterine.
Complete thread -- FYI, got another dictation by him and he says "we found the interval..."
Complete thread -- any mention of bone marrow problems, s/l trine may be trephine biopsy
Complete thread -- Did that but wasn't sure still.
Complete thread -- WAG - uterine??
Complete thread -- esl, s/l "trine" pls sm for context
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/#hl=en&output=search&sclient=psy-ab&q=%22spurt+test%22+vessel&oq=%2
Complete thread -- yes http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2951709
Complete thread -- no you stop AOK
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- AOKOLN. Everyone now can see it is you dredging this up over and over and over again
Complete thread -- s/l spurt test
Complete thread -- oops more info
Complete thread -- vessels were divided inferiorly and raised to *match* with the flap
Complete thread -- Oh stop Darlene
Complete thread -- yes 4.5
Complete thread -- For shoulder arthroplasty: He says "four five" locking screws as follows:
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. I'll go back for another listen. : )
Complete thread -- Maybe ~ We then "entered" the interval...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- buccal Cytotec
Complete thread -- I hear buccal Cycotec too.
Complete thread -- buccal Cytotec is what I hear
Complete thread -- I can't listen but Cytotec is used to dilate
Complete thread -- I think classic just means the usual landmark findings that are seen
Complete thread -- should clarify, if 1 dx, "usually" does not carry a number but go w/acct spec.
Complete thread -- I think either would work, but tend to go as listed & voice inflection sm
Complete thread -- Oh, just found my second one... clavipectoral
Complete thread -- Shoulder arthroplasty. A couple of s/l as inside. Please
Complete thread -- 400 mcg of ___________ prior to the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. I'll number them. : )
Complete thread -- just in case, throwing this out- IABP=intra aortic balloon pump sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That would definitely look better. Thanks
Complete thread -- I'd put quotes since she keeps saying "I" and it isn't the doctor...?
Complete thread -- it is actually 2 different things in the left shoulder. your call on numbering.
Complete thread -- I meant dysthymic
Complete thread -- dysthmic?
Complete thread -- I have to admit...
Complete thread -- We're told to number diagnoses even if not dictated as such. For this one...
Complete thread -- she did not state quotes but it seems to need something. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Like that one too. New doc so I was not sure if there was a preferred term. THANKS!
Complete thread -- Guess ~ carbuncles?
Complete thread -- s/l cuff umples
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- Yep, that's it.
Complete thread -- s/l displanic disorder
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- agree - listen for BZD
Complete thread -- because most of us understand the difference between context and inadequate context
Complete thread -- Nothing else needed below. I'd be ashamed to be so bad an MT that I had to have
Complete thread -- an AICD (the n sound is coming from an...)
Complete thread -- or Diagnostic Data
Complete thread -- I like that --- though have never seen it used. Perfect, thanks!
Complete thread -- guessing maybe short for benzo or benzodiazepine?
Complete thread -- , diarrhea, compatible with *B Z* withdrawal symptoms.
Complete thread -- I use a heading "IMAGING"
Complete thread -- ruminative
Complete thread -- two hours, hounded by *ramitative* obsessive thinking
Complete thread -- Is there a "preferred" heading for CAT scan findings in a H&P - doc not dictating one
Complete thread -- bucally or buccally? and do you think "biased", as the English word meaning favoring??
Complete thread -- wav posted.
Complete thread -- Patient on heart transplant wait list. "He does have a s/l NARCD and has has therapy
Complete thread -- Okay. Thanks.
Complete thread -- yep, did find ref to that term (new to me)
Complete thread -- bucally-based?
Complete thread -- that was my 1st thought too - Palmar erythema= reddening of palms at thenar &
Complete thread -- I want to hear "buccal" but it really sounds like "Buckley biased"..dictaor clear and non-
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Never mind, I got it figured out, it was vascular leash
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l vascular release of vessels.
Complete thread -- ...80s, has been sinus?
Complete thread -- ? buccal-based
Complete thread -- Oral surgery for removal of hardware. D: A s/l "buckley biased" incision was
Complete thread -- There is, of course, some palmar s/l uhrEETHma present
Complete thread -- oooOO stop aokoln
Complete thread -- Maybe ~ Pulse in the 70s to 80s, in sinus (rhythm)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you... cannot post.. mini cassette.. thanks
Complete thread -- cold
Complete thread -- OMG I can't type today... meant (?) Downgoing...
Complete thread -- Pulse in the 70s to 80s. *Spin* sinus.
Complete thread -- ankles. (?P Downgoing plantar responses.
Complete thread -- intact to light touch, *coal* and vibration
Complete thread -- Reflex is 1 to 2+ arms. Knee is + at the ankles _____ plantar responses.
Complete thread -- guessing ~ ichthyosis
Complete thread -- a guess brownout (decreased vision) can post voice file?
Complete thread -- she says it a couple more times. talks about s/l kephosis scabbed over and healing.
Complete thread -- a guess baclo may be baclofen i,e, given both drugs during procedure
Complete thread -- yep she was slurring it thanks :D
Complete thread -- sorry typo otoabrader
Complete thread -- otobrader?
Complete thread -- in rx list. Sween cream twice a day to s/l kephosis.
Complete thread -- seems to be Dingman Otoabrader
Complete thread -- plz, what else do you need aokolm, ortho, shoulder, MRI, *graphy
Complete thread -- ear cartilage surgery surgical instrument s/l "oto writers" sm
Complete thread -- visual fields will actually brown... see sentence
Complete thread -- s/l baclo cytotec
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion but doesn't sound like it. Flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- with no adnexal masses and good _______. The cervix was noted
Complete thread -- I didn't see it in the US, looked more "out of country" ? but maybe I didnt look far enoug
Complete thread -- why? Not used for prostate CA?
Complete thread -- It sounds exactly like this! Thank you both for your help!
Complete thread -- eh...maybe not this one
Complete thread -- Leucogen?
Complete thread -- Neupogen?
Complete thread -- no hypoglycemia listed. I'm wondering
Complete thread -- Does the pt have hypoglycemia? Could it be GlucaGen?
Complete thread -- prostate cancer drug
Complete thread -- That looks very plausible and seems to fit. He says it fairly clearly twice, too. Thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I'm not certain, but I did spot that staging on an obscure site, though it's new to me.
Complete thread -- To reitterate, I only found this on one source, but never heard of IVx in staging
Complete thread -- did find this... (sm)
Complete thread -- are you sure about the stage IV "x" part?
Complete thread -- Not familiar with "EB" or "EV" (ESL doctor) and not Googling helpful results
Complete thread -- Why is it when people are asked for context OVER AND OVER AND OVER
Complete thread -- Wish you all would have told Green that below
Complete thread -- The comMas (two Ms) are fine
Complete thread -- Do you have a before and after sentence please. Thanks
Complete thread -- We changed gowns and gloves for s/l colon bundle process. Thank you.
Complete thread -- anterior?
Complete thread -- Thanks, I hear it now.
Complete thread -- and hardware
Complete thread -- Exam under anesthesia revealed a midline, mobile, enlarged, myomatous ...
Complete thread -- Help with ortho note, please.
Complete thread -- s/l edgel surface of the thumb TIA!
Complete thread -- I just googled the whole sentence and got my answer. Thank you!
Complete thread -- I can't seem to find on google instrinsic stregnth cause all different types of
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- swallowing difficulties after cervical fusion is more common that you'd think.
Complete thread -- I am not sure if I hear swelling or swallowing, which would make more sense in contex
Complete thread -- a slap on my forehead!!
Complete thread -- sign off, thanks for the response
Complete thread -- but JP and Hemovac are 2 separate drains aren't they?
Complete thread -- for the reply
Complete thread -- AP is abbreviation for apical pulse... doc being redundant, I would type apical pulse 110
Complete thread -- Quarter-inch Penrose drain...loop tie.
Complete thread -- (you are really out of control)
Complete thread -- 1/4-Penrose drain was placed and secured with #4 Vicryl in s/l loop tie? tx
Complete thread -- 3-0
Complete thread -- Slightly rapid (sounds like AB or AP) pulse 110.
Complete thread -- We used s/l triple zero angled curet for the procedure. 000 angled curet? tq.
Complete thread -- drains: #7 Jackson-Pratt medium Hemovac, subcutaneous. tx
Complete thread -- : )
Complete thread -- You're the one calling people names. Sounds like something a troll would do.
Complete thread -- Then YOU figure it out, lol. You know, since you have the context...
Complete thread -- oops. I get it now. thanks!
Complete thread -- paracentesis...
Complete thread -- fail
Complete thread -- status post thoracentesis
Complete thread -- please help with wav
Complete thread -- it is a diagnosis. That is context. It may not be SUFFICIENT context, but it is
Complete thread -- Doesn't make sense, but then no context given so nothing to go on.
Complete thread -- lord only knows. he jumps all over the place.
Complete thread -- varix vein? first I only hear what s/l successful ? I wonder if he jumped to the
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: *High-grade trochanter.* Is it possible? ...
Complete thread -- procedure wav posted
Complete thread -- Stalker - troll (aokoln). The great MT pretender, delusional person.
Complete thread -- cytogenetics? CytoGenX (from what I see) is a corporation in NY?
Complete thread -- moderate makes more sense.
Complete thread -- your sentence doesn't make any sense, by the way. hope you
Complete thread -- reports somnolence, not somnolent
Complete thread -- NM, going with moderate undermining.
Complete thread -- Excellent, thank you!
Complete thread -- and she's back! (aokoln)
Complete thread -- but he remains very responsive
Complete thread -- *Moderate and* undermining of the dorsal forearm was necessary in order to...
Complete thread -- short attention span, ________ responsive on questioning.
Complete thread -- Okahumpka, Lake, but I don't know if that is close?
Complete thread -- Sebring's about 30 miles away, with dozens of lakes--but none have names closer than this.
Complete thread -- CytoGenX
Complete thread -- Lake Okeechobee I'd think
Complete thread -- thank you Margaret! ...
Complete thread -- Looks like plenty of context to me. Many do not need every word in the report to help
Complete thread -- Patient lives in Sebring, FL on the edge of Lake s/l "Oak-a-tropia" Thanks.
Complete thread -- Consider "of shoulder with contrast with arthrography. 2nd "with" redundant misspeak?
Complete thread -- And she's back! Oh green when are you going to learn to give context
Complete thread -- orthopedics
Complete thread -- NM, moving on.
Complete thread -- More context: Pt in hospital with T-cell prolymphocytic leukemia.
Complete thread -- THANKS, fgjjgj! Sorry about the invisible font! Lol
Complete thread -- oh I don't know. For the fact that they assumed it was a bacteria. That they didn't
Complete thread -- Not sure what to do with *cytogenics* in following context...do I need a comma or
Complete thread -- Repliform bolster - (Repliform is used as a bolster)
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- MESSAGE:
Complete thread -- you forgot that you wrote in that invisible font. :)
Complete thread -- okay then...LOL
Complete thread -- so....that's what that thing is under my son's desk is called.
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- why the sigh?
Complete thread -- I can document nasoseptal and septorhinoplasty, but not all together, so I'd put
Complete thread -- Every time I see that phrase, I think "hakuna matata" from Lion King. but no, not capped.
Complete thread -- grazzi
Complete thread -- I have decided to leave blank. Thanks for your help. ...
Complete thread -- yeppers. middle cerebral artery on the right side, that is a commonly said
Complete thread -- you would still need to look up condylomata because it has nothing to do with a bacteria.
Complete thread -- i wish i would have seen that earlier
Complete thread -- Does it make sense...
Complete thread -- There is "ostium seeker" aka as a ball probe.
Complete thread -- It does sound like one, doesn't it? You should check out the "Bacteria" box above.
Complete thread -- Moving on and leaving a blank.
Complete thread -- You obviously don't know stupid then.
Complete thread -- no, might want to look it up.
Complete thread -- http://www.google.com/#hl=en&sclient=psy-ab&q=cpt+codes+nasal+septum+rhinoplasty&oq=cpt+co
Complete thread -- I thought it was a genus name
Complete thread -- no, why would you cap it?
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. I can document septorhinoplasty easily (enough hits), so I'm
Complete thread -- Condylomata acuminata - capped?
Complete thread -- depends on nationality. apparently shisha = the pipe or hookah which we are more
Complete thread -- ENT operative procedure for chronic rhinosinusitis
Complete thread -- No, but thanks. She emphasizes that "t" sound. Been doing
Complete thread -- leg/hip?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I usually separate those nasal septal rhinoplasty.
Complete thread -- nasal septum rhinoplasty
Complete thread -- confluent?
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying, but it is quite clear "likor"
Complete thread -- I'd go with shisha - wins about 5:1 over sheesha
Complete thread -- MRI of the brain that showed extensive "contolunt" high signal
Complete thread -- Why am I having such trouble finding "nasal septorhinoplasty"? Looking
Complete thread -- sheesha or shisha? It's a pipe and I'm finding it 2 ways in OneLook.
Complete thread -- Bisa-Lax
Complete thread -- thank you all ...
Complete thread -- you really make yourself look stupid, give it up
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I thought so too. Was just wondering if there was a word I didn't know. Thank you!
Complete thread -- radicular?
Complete thread -- similar texture would make sense
Complete thread -- constipation
Complete thread -- Got it -- percutaneous nephrostolithotomy.
Complete thread -- sounds like left L5 s/l "liquor" pain
Complete thread -- P.S.
Complete thread -- thyroid ultrasound question
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- urine osmolality (ozm) of 495
Complete thread -- She's saying "ozm" which is short/slang for osmolality
Complete thread -- serum sodium of 123, an elevated urine _____ of 95 with a high urine sodium. Head
Complete thread -- Adoption? I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- The doc is no doubt saying it wrong, but if you just dont hear it, then flag it.
Complete thread -- Procedure is left percutaneous *dee-froe-sole* lithotomy. Please
Complete thread -- I would flag
Complete thread -- Gaucher disease (type 1-3)
Complete thread -- what would you do with this?
Complete thread -- When I googled Gaucher type, I'm seeing Arabic pop up most often
Complete thread -- I have only seen it and transcribed it with Arabic numerals
Complete thread -- Pediatric GI
Complete thread -- osmolar osmolality osmolarity?
Complete thread -- s/l urine osmophore
Complete thread -- It is! Thanks. I listened for tap and just did not hear it at first.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- these tapped?
Complete thread -- probably fine. the collecting system most likely, did find some hits for this
Complete thread -- thank you, Oasis
Complete thread -- Clear as a bell now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- stab?
Complete thread -- sent a wav file. They are doing a change-out of PICC line for infection
Complete thread -- Veramyst
Complete thread -- well-preserved?
Complete thread -- s/l "varimos" nasal spray
Complete thread -- http://www.thegreatdictator.com/cgi-bin/boardware/arch.cgi?board=word&page=hjjp&file=hjjph
Complete thread -- is he going to have a paracentesis or some such? Could be saying "this tap"
Complete thread -- fragments of enteric mucosa showing *wall-bit-zer* villous architecture...
Complete thread -- never gets sub/verb http://www.thegreatdictator.com/cgi-bin/boardware/arch.cgi?board=word&
Complete thread -- sounds like staph.
Complete thread -- Yes, it was typo thanks
Complete thread -- OH, you want an example, none better than this cockamamie stuff.
Complete thread -- http://www.thegreatdictator.com/cgi-bin/boardware/arch.cgi?board=word&page=hjkm&file=knhnl
Complete thread -- http://www.thegreatdictator.com/cgi-bin/boardware/arch.cgi?board=word&page=hjkl&file=hjklo
Complete thread -- Ah, thanks for catching that! Thanks for the confirmation as well!
Complete thread -- Not sure if you copy/pasted from report, but s/b "but NO other," not "but NOT other."
Complete thread -- available TO remove
Complete thread -- http://www.thegreatdictator.com/cgi-bin/boardware/arch.cgi?board=word&page=hjkm&file=lhihi
Complete thread -- yup, makes perfect sense to see what they are trying to remove
Complete thread -- small-bowel followthrough.
Complete thread -- would be beneficial to have *C-arm* available remove the foreign body.
Complete thread -- try Abbrevo
Complete thread -- Word help s/l * spots
Complete thread -- I made it a complete sentence and added the semicolon.
Complete thread -- During the later part of the day, he can go as long as 2 hours in between voids.
Complete thread -- cerebellar signs? or cerebellar symptoms?
Complete thread -- Respectfully, what rule would require a semicolon there?
Complete thread -- cystoscopy and suburethral sling procedure using a *breva*
Complete thread -- Meant to put a ? mark after that...not sure, of course!
Complete thread -- astereognosis
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I simply could not make a word out of that.
Complete thread -- WAGG cerebellar lesion?
Complete thread -- s/l ** cerebellism **
Complete thread -- Absolutely disagree that a "comma suffices" there.
Complete thread -- Yep, you are correct. :)
Complete thread -- plantar fasciitis region
Complete thread -- wav file, different patient. Physical therapy on the feet.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- The OP is long gone, but the thread goes on and on
Complete thread -- surrounding sentences would help, then
Complete thread -- I don't think you need a semicolon there, comma suffices.
Complete thread -- rude
Complete thread -- I don't think it's biceps
Complete thread -- Show us the incorrect answer, show us, would be in the archives right, uh huh
Complete thread -- Darlene is right. Perhaps your world is so full of rudeness and unkindness you can't
Complete thread -- ohhhhhhhh good grief. We need some context, so we don't give out incorrect
Complete thread -- Biceps. Think she is saying biceps
Complete thread -- darn it. The 'she' must be understood? Therefore, a complete sentence and a colon?
Complete thread -- Okay, I thought not because it is a fragment but the 'she
Complete thread -- I don't see anyone being unkind, just asking a LEGITIMATE question, Darlene!
Complete thread -- IMO, you need semicolon before however.
Complete thread -- wav file. Do you think there is a word in there at all?
Complete thread -- if can post a voice wav works best,may be referring to sm
Complete thread -- no need to be mean, it's unkind; be "polite" w/ kindness
Complete thread -- ortho MTs need to "save" this good link, abbrev w/expansion
Complete thread -- please give us the full sentence as dictated, and as much background as you can.
Complete thread -- yes, now I hear it. Thanks for helping.
Complete thread -- curet/curette
Complete thread -- s/l purat
Complete thread -- You really expect help with the info you provided??? Seriously?
Complete thread -- Need more info
Complete thread -- molity??? JP drain
Complete thread -- see link for possibilities
Complete thread -- Please disregard. Found it... Ecu tendon.
Complete thread -- More information to help.
Complete thread -- Physical exam today reveals a well-developed, well-nourished 10-year-o ...
Complete thread -- s/l "UCUI" tendon? Please see msg for context.
Complete thread -- well, that was my first guess, but it doesn't sound like annulus.
Complete thread -- introitus?
Complete thread -- Forget it...visualized. Darn docs anyway!
Complete thread -- s/l pictionized
Complete thread -- thanks, will relisten for those.
Complete thread -- artery? audible?
Complete thread -- annulus?
Complete thread -- Thanks. When searching, I was making it more difficult. One of those days!
Complete thread -- Echo: s/l anthritis
Complete thread -- knee exam. no posterior mass or s/l adult pulsations. ROM lacks slight
Complete thread -- type what you think and you will find it, just take out the spacing
Complete thread -- Patient did have a s/l "fur uncle" which apparently was secondary to an insect bite.
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- ?lid lag (can indicate thyroid problems)
Complete thread -- I went with it. He was clear, and I ended up Googling and found
Complete thread -- or was first surgery as an infant, and pt was born near end of 1972
Complete thread -- Because of s/l "vit lag", TSH was measured and was within normal limits.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Her hip surgeries date back to 1972? - guessing pt is not 39
Complete thread -- Sorry. Meant to say I DON'T have prior documents.
Complete thread -- groin pain
Complete thread -- Sounds to me like "for this cause" - like he guessing it is for the C. diff?
Complete thread -- 2nd question - not repeating herself. The first two numbers are
Complete thread -- No skin installed syndrome. Stupid VR. Lennox-Gastaut syndrome.
Complete thread -- Sounds to me like vancomycin ___ to be for this course (sorry)
Complete thread -- There also seems to be a word before vancomycin that I am trying to hear
Complete thread -- Just some FYI if you follow AAMT BOS2
Complete thread -- of recent C. diff infection, but he is on vancomycin ________ for this course.
Complete thread -- Yes. Doc is "scrubbed in" for delivery (must stay sterile). The bassinette is draped
Complete thread -- The three-vessel cord was clamped x2 and cut, and the infant was hande ...
Complete thread -- one more qquestoin
Complete thread -- how would I type this up properly?
Complete thread -- That makes two of us! Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- It came thru fine, I just was unable to discern what doc said.
Complete thread -- Have reposted as an mp3 file. Hope this comes through.
Complete thread -- Hmmm,....I tried twice to hear wav without luck. OP jl, was your wav post successful to
Complete thread -- Help with wav file, please.
Complete thread -- I had to use a dictionary to look orthography up too, lol.
Complete thread -- (thanks! Orthography is my least secure skill.:-)
Complete thread -- Thanks for posting your question. US idiom "road blocks" has meaning "obstructions,
Complete thread -- roadblock is one word per the dictionary
Complete thread -- thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- Yes, as you have typed. My only suggestion = consider "hit" instead of "had." SM
Complete thread -- we wanted additional studies but had s/l road blocks through her insurance company? t
Complete thread -- stepsister and stepbrother aren't hyphenated per the dictionary
Complete thread -- No, just VERY OLD! :-)
Complete thread -- You are amazing
Complete thread -- consider AVM, arteriovenous malformation (has SOME predisposition to be inherited)
Complete thread -- medical history of ABM in family history. Any ideas what ABM could mean?
Complete thread -- thank you, Margaret. Youre really a help
Complete thread -- my knee-jerk reflex, in that context, is that you are correct, pt's serum folate level = 9
Complete thread -- (struggling here...) Can you tell us ANYTHING about the type of farm at which he was emplo
Complete thread -- s/l a folate or a "full eight" see message
Complete thread -- s/l si-fetcher???
Complete thread -- Yes. it belonged to a family member, therefore it was a family member's (Flonase Rx)
Complete thread -- family members - need apostrophe??
Complete thread -- Xalantan latanoprost is a topical eye medication used to reduce pressure inside the eye. I
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- toxic or metabolic encephalopathies is a huge catch-all when exact etiology is unk, or not
Complete thread -- diphtheroids. (usually a contaminant, not a true pathogen in the pt)
Complete thread -- leaving
Complete thread -- Think of anything "Alaxtin" ophthalmic solution could be other than Xalatan
Complete thread -- blood culture grew s/l disdavoidus
Complete thread -- "jaw pencils" might be "utensils" but I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- Nice guess, but I think she's slurring and saying hyperlipidemia fast. She gave that as
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had airway. Did not like that.
Complete thread -- sorry about the moniker. hit an expansion by mistake.
Complete thread -- area of
Complete thread -- hypomania?
Complete thread -- wav file. I have 2 words I am back and forth with.
Complete thread -- Three blanks. s/l hypodynia, jaw pencils, junt himself
Complete thread -- but that is not what was said.
Complete thread -- Quite aware of that, but it doesn't stop me from going mad when I can't hear the T or
Complete thread -- BiPap fits
Complete thread -- Most companies/printers don't recognize that mark above the u, which is why we don't use
Complete thread -- yes, toxic makes more sense. a lot of times "t" sounds like "p" in dictation.
Complete thread -- Well, he just said she is not on any known cerebellar toxin, so I guess it is toxic.
Complete thread -- with alcohol use or other s/l "poxic" presentations. I wondered if toxic but s/l a
Complete thread -- I bet that was it. Already sent with blank because it was a stat. Thanks!
Complete thread -- for anemia?
Complete thread -- can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- follow up with her primary care physician, Dr. __, s/l "for any man" including iron
Complete thread -- hey Tim, thanks...
Complete thread -- I take that back. SM.
Complete thread -- Hürthle cell but you don't have to use the mark bove the u
Complete thread -- Account specs. Thanks for looking!
Complete thread -- Just a guess: face back up (like supplemental face mask oxygen?)
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Correct spelling for "Hurthle" cell lesion? Please see msg for context.
Complete thread -- no, it sounds like bucket, 2 syllables, s/l bucket.
Complete thread -- accessory muscles?
Complete thread -- Thanks, all! Going back to listen for crypt abscess.
Complete thread -- I don't even know why she has a ? there, the patient was going to be started s.m.
Complete thread -- The ? goes with the dyslipidemia becuase she goes on to say that the patient s.m.
Complete thread -- stumped on bucket? Never heard this before and not finding anything on Google?
Complete thread -- (cryptococcosis)>> but I like crypt abscess better.
Complete thread -- like minds...lol
Complete thread -- crypt abscess?
Complete thread -- could your 'crypttapsis' be crypt abscess?
Complete thread -- Wait, just saw crypt damage in context of cecum on google. Still looking for other.
Complete thread -- One focus of *crypt* damage and a possible early *crypt-tap-sis* was also seen.
Complete thread -- Thank you :)
Complete thread -- in Cytolyt solution?
Complete thread -- yep, currently on replacement with ...
Complete thread -- they been doing it for a long, long, long time. How else do you prefer they say they are
Complete thread -- I will upload a wav, cuz I want to be sure. Thank you
Complete thread -- Cap Cytomel.
Complete thread -- Next time, please give us the whole sentence.
Complete thread -- Fine-needle aspiration biopsy. The specimens were placed *satellite* and sent sm
Complete thread -- Here's my take; SM
Complete thread -- replacement?
Complete thread -- I hate it when they dictate a question mark like that - it looks so stupid. Must have a
Complete thread -- s/l Luplacment with levothyroxine andcytomel
Complete thread -- yep, the 'study' part is confusing.
Complete thread -- ERT? estrogen replacement therapy?
Complete thread -- I think I got it. She goes on to say that the patient will be started on a statin at s.m.
Complete thread -- age, ERT, (supplementation with dyslipidemia after study?? What study?)), active
Complete thread -- 3x, not 3 X -- ever no way, no how. and probably cc needs to be mL. Cannot find anything
Complete thread -- Any thoughts as to what this PA means? pls s.m.
Complete thread -- see the Register mark, so Prolong is registered, but highly crosslinked polyethylene is no
Complete thread -- YW!!, Oddly enough, she used to work where I now work. Small world.
Complete thread -- NO trademark/register mark for CR-flex. not necessary to cap
Complete thread -- You are the best ever!!! Thank you so much
Complete thread -- usually hear acidic or alkaline, not alkaloid.
Complete thread -- nvm, calcium oxalate ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- every one has polyethylene, no caps. et cetera. You can also check at the Trademark LINK
Complete thread -- in followup of s/l alkaloid? kidney stones. ...
Complete thread -- female doctor near Springfield, MO. Sounds exactly like: Dr. Chulamawka.
Complete thread -- that is why you go to the source, the maker (Zimmer)website
Complete thread -- possibly "rolling cotton"?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Knee replacement. Bacitracin, Xeroflo, 4 x 4's, ABDs, Kerlix, *rotten* cotton...
Complete thread -- Thanks! I had no trouble finding links or such, but my question was
Complete thread -- Milia are small cysts that are actually little pockets sm
Complete thread -- This one is better on CR flex, just found it click link, look on right side column
Complete thread -- s/l "milia"? Please see msg for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- when lucky to get company name "Zimmer" go right to the website i.e., sm
Complete thread -- Should I just cap all these implants? I looked them all up and some do
Complete thread -- WAV posted - 1 blank
Complete thread -- good one! Oasis. new one for me.
Complete thread -- unable to listen, so guessing "subset" in there, maybe even MDR-
Complete thread -- No, but it wouldn't surprise me - 3 syllables is too many for some to pronounce.
Complete thread -- wow, that is what she's saying. thank you
Complete thread -- velar for adjective
Complete thread -- velum
Complete thread -- Speech/Lang report. It s/l "Failer function was adequate with production of Ahh
Complete thread -- Has anyone ever heard of tamponade shortened or slanged to tampy?
Complete thread -- Memorial Symptom Assessment Scale
Complete thread -- She is taking S/L caldence Medpak 6 cc 3 X a day PMH - Includes ...
Complete thread -- alcohol withdrawal protocol
Complete thread -- blood group = A, B, O, and AB. Blood type = Rh pos or Rh negative
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! nm
Complete thread -- they are added together 2.7 + 2.8 + 3.7 + 4.3
Complete thread -- "amniotic fluid index of 2.7 plus 2.8 plus 3.7 plus 4.3"...how to format?
Complete thread -- yes, that's it
Complete thread -- tear production? (since she is on Restasis, I figured her tear production is better)?
Complete thread -- eye s/l jur production
Complete thread -- Thanks. The report seems muffled. New account for me too or I would know what this guy
Complete thread -- #2- I agree with his pain is such that he probably would benefit..
Complete thread -- yep, #2 is what you have it, his pain is such that. the 1st one is so muffled/mumbly...??
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. I am gathering up a lot of blanks on this one.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Methicillin-susceptible Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia with
Complete thread -- sorry, wrong link, trying again.
Complete thread -- listen for a number
Complete thread -- I don't think it is capped...it refers to its wavy tip.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- RAST testing for "region K." ?
Complete thread -- Wavy laparoscopic forceps (see link)
Complete thread -- The appendix was grabbed with a ______ and we began by
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Because he doesn't know HOW to spell it?
Complete thread -- Why does the doctor spell the word "road" instead of the actual name of the road whic
Complete thread -- try copying down the exact error message you get and look it up in Google.
Complete thread -- is to heal the incision?
Complete thread -- sometimes as i am working, iget a message that my stedmans' spellcheck is nto
Complete thread -- RECOMMENDATIONS: The patient___ heal the excision at this time. ...
Complete thread -- No, those are rhetorical questions and don't need question marks.
Complete thread -- Need a question mark also? Right?
Complete thread -- see message.
Complete thread -- Not sure how to punctuate?? Verbatim account
Complete thread -- I finally got this and she wasn't saying much of anything as I thought she was.
Complete thread -- is active with her child as well, s/l 8 and 40s (eight and forties)
Complete thread -- apices.
Complete thread -- Oh, wow, thanks, that is it.
Complete thread -- tamsulosin
Complete thread -- I hear "oxygen" now. Makes no sense. I will leave a blank. Diagnosis was
Complete thread -- chest x-ray
Complete thread -- ESL, spells med pamsulosim
Complete thread -- His chest revealed marked ___ s/l oxciden breath sounds.
Complete thread -- Thank you...it was "cheilitis that..." ...
Complete thread -- cheilitis ...
Complete thread -- he does have some econazole cream that he applies to the corner of his ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for your reply. :)
Complete thread -- Meant yes there should be a semicolon before "however."
Complete thread -- in archives, see link.
Complete thread -- Yes, because there is a complete sentence before and after "however."
Complete thread -- See inside for punctuation help regarding "however."
Complete thread -- I think she's stumbling around on single-donor platelets. Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- He recommended transfusion with a finger dilnor platelet
Complete thread -- did you post a wav?? Sorry, didn't know that.
Complete thread -- Right. I just researched and noticed both statements are not contrary. Can you hear the
Complete thread -- anyone have a resource for 'mevastatin'?
Complete thread -- Rh is not a type, it is a factor. B is a blood type.
Complete thread -- First, he says: "Her blood type is Rh positive." Then later, after another heading,
Complete thread -- She actually said in the hospital course that she had some "superficial cellulitis" so
Complete thread -- First thought she was saying vancomycin but now s/l daptomycin. Does it seem
Complete thread -- It's LFTs.
Complete thread -- Her last LFT is: (or LFTs are)
Complete thread -- that's phospHorus
Complete thread -- Her last s/l "era thesis": AST of 22. ALT of 10. not saying liver enzymes,
Complete thread -- that is what I thought, call coverage, on-call, thanks
Complete thread -- with the on-call
Complete thread -- OH!!!!!!!!!!! thx a bunch! :) That is totally it. Xoxo
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- 2 amps of ? D50?
Complete thread -- patient had blood glucose of 25. She received two "ams off dvt" (period).
Complete thread -- we will win?
Complete thread -- One more WAV from the Aussie doc :) 1 blank
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Humira® Pen (adalimumab)
Complete thread -- Awesome, thank you for the explanation!
Complete thread -- I think it might be right as dictated. SM.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- She will continue on Humira for the long term. She has now requested (s/l pens).
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I could listen to that voice all day long...just sayin'
Complete thread -- No cap on melanosis. and yea, makes sense. i suppose maybe
Complete thread -- Thank you all for your help!! :)
Complete thread -- Thank you! I did not mean Aussie's say weird stuff, I meant the doc does, lol :)
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? Or does he mean this is unusual?
Complete thread -- does s/l dramas. probably his word for events or episodes of his problem.
Complete thread -- Believe he is saying"dramas" also. Yes, we do say some strange stuff!
Complete thread -- that is what I think I hear too, he is a Aussie, says some weird stuff somtimes
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I still hear 'dramas' LOL
Complete thread -- love his aussie (?) accent, but that is a short file. s/l "dramas" to me but that isn't
Complete thread -- okay reposted a longer wav
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- It sounds almost like 10 minutes to 3. ??
Complete thread -- terribly short wav. NO clue ... would be nicer to have more to determine his inflection
Complete thread -- WAV posted - He will contact me if there are any (????)
Complete thread -- maybe something Urologic Associations - some other doctor group doing the surgery?
Complete thread -- Platelet Count 150,000 - 350,000/mL; so 10 to the 3rd = 1000 and 1000 x 1115 = 1,115,000
Complete thread -- platelet count 1115 times s/l "tendus to three" per cubic mm.
Complete thread -- patient is recommended for surgery for a _______ associations tomorrow morning
Complete thread -- I think Oasis got it, it is an ankle test (Achilles' tendon.) sm
Complete thread -- The base of the appendix is grasped with a straight Kelly clamp
Complete thread -- Stryker Laparoscope 10mm 30 degrees 10/30 or 10-30.
Complete thread -- maybe
Complete thread -- Unless can post a voice wave, might want to flag, my guess s/l wavy= Kelly
Complete thread -- chlorthalidone?
Complete thread -- Thompson test?
Complete thread -- maybe s/l gathering is Gaenslen=detect musculoskeletal abnormalities of SI joi
Complete thread -- in a list of medications, s/l chorthalabid
Complete thread -- s/l tomlins test
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Thanks for that link! I think I'll flag it though, it really sounds like gathering...
Complete thread -- I like that you can hear how all the tests are pronounced.
Complete thread -- Gillet??? Wag. I found this nice link in the process of looking.
Complete thread -- Except, applecart is one word, per OneLook.
Complete thread -- Sports Medicine - OMT technique to SI joint
Complete thread -- "apple cart a little bit"
Complete thread -- WAV posted - please help, one blank
Complete thread -- The appendix was grabbed with a *wavy*.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- changes mind, says at about 1 beat
Complete thread -- maybe listen for "degree"
Complete thread -- say *10 30* laparoscope was placed
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Just doublechecking.
Complete thread -- another WAG your "setta" may be septa? SM for link
Complete thread -- WAG------------------- aging and simple cysts?
Complete thread -- ESL very heavy accent. WAGs welcome
Complete thread -- word help, please sm
Complete thread -- Yes it is !! thank you!!
Complete thread -- lamina?
Complete thread -- I think I got the first part: T1 but what would be landa?
Complete thread -- s/l K 1 landa or key-one-landa in the shoulder see msg for context
Complete thread -- s/l she might be getting Combicath and KimVent mixed up
Complete thread -- she is clear with that, just signed off with a flag. tx for trying
Complete thread -- Combicath ?
Complete thread -- What do you know, had it in my expansions: Tagliacozzi
Complete thread -- A s/l combivent catheter was then inserted for this procedure.
Complete thread -- s/l "tagli-akozi" style arm brace
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- thanks billybob
Complete thread -- to start at b.i.d. dosing...
Complete thread -- sounds like "stat A b.i.d."
Complete thread -- talk about run-on. BB - if you period after last year, the next sentence seems odd with
Complete thread -- I kept the job on hold in case someone came along to guess. Boy, I'm glad I did!
Complete thread -- maintenance?
Complete thread -- Nvm, Baxedin solution ...
Complete thread -- I'd put period after "last year."
Complete thread -- stellate ganglion blocks
Complete thread -- Punctuation help please
Complete thread -- Opiate with dependence, continuous, with methadone _s/l nants.
Complete thread -- drug screen evaluation was normal?
Complete thread -- Thank you very much! You saved me two blanks!
Complete thread -- check out ANSAR (not sure if its Ansar) Simply put, ANSAR testing is a painless,
Complete thread -- "QSART"
Complete thread -- could s/l nsat
Complete thread -- and also get "n sar" done, or tilt test.
Complete thread -- I was trying to hear something like that but couldn't. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ? urine - doing a drug test?
Complete thread -- Remodulin or Flolan - thank heavens I am done!
Complete thread -- Remodulin is what I think that one is
Complete thread -- s/l "Drug I mean" evaluation was normal. Patient is a 30-year-old with fast heart
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks again.
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming. Yes, it finally came to me.
Complete thread -- even verbatim, you should fix obviously erroneous things. That is not fine!
Complete thread -- raids. raids on people who are druggies/dealers/ so forth.
Complete thread -- Oh, it might be "raids." He's an esl.
Complete thread -- the day before he was having multiple s/l "red" and he stated that he had a lot of
Complete thread -- thanks will flag
Complete thread -- He's going 90 mph and I can't get it either.
Complete thread -- Yes, I think the way you have it is right.
Complete thread -- Later he said he was on mucociliary clearance devices but I do not hear that here
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- cardiac valvular disease?
Complete thread -- many thanks
Complete thread -- i am questioning is my sentence beginning Initially... correct i.e. first time temporal
Complete thread -- never mind - salvo doesn't mean that. sheesh.
Complete thread -- i wonder if its something like cardiac salvo (salvo - rapid heart rate) but that is a huge
Complete thread -- Geodon is 1st and 2nd s/l Premphase (ck my spelling, i think its a hormone)
Complete thread -- i have reposted. i am not sure what happened the last time.
Complete thread -- He does have a history of s/l cardex zalvio disease ...
Complete thread -- text doesn't voice wav file
Complete thread -- Reread your question. They both make sense in this context, but do not hyphenate
Complete thread -- Temporal makes sense. Temple does not.
Complete thread -- I am questioning. how can i know when it is temporal or temple. impossible to hear
Complete thread -- Flexeril 10 mg at bedtime, Zyprexa, ____, Glucophage, Lamictal, Synthr ...
Complete thread -- yea, i hear 'with'
Complete thread -- foramina is correct. foraminaL is not.
Complete thread -- I wondered if the 2nd one was not with 4 liters instead of before?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! It worked that time and that is EXACTLY what i've been looking for!!
Complete thread -- Google this - microsoft word 2010 autocorrect. I think my version is 2007,
Complete thread -- try this..
Complete thread -- Thanks, but that isn't working. That makes whatever I type red and underlined
Complete thread -- I hate when they do this. I might delete the 1st one. ?
Complete thread -- also, there is a tiny ? in the top right-hand corner, click that and enter "auto text"
Complete thread -- wav file to help. How would you punctuate this? I am not sure what goes with what on
Complete thread -- Copy your text you want to expand, then ALT T (same time) A, and
Complete thread -- Oh, I get it. Thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- still not available in the US.. It takes more than just finding a hit about a dose
Complete thread -- ergotamine
Complete thread -- HELP! Using Word 2010. How do I add shortcuts for words? Example tp for the patient
Complete thread -- migraine treated with "ar got a mine" infusions
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping. :)
Complete thread -- I think Drac just stumbled - for management of pain in the lower...
Complete thread -- I just meant, if it s/l history - he could mean want PT to keep a log of pulse ox
Complete thread -- It's fine, thanks. Verbatim account.
Complete thread -- For management pain ____ lower part lumbar spine
Complete thread -- narrowing neural foramina bilaterally?
Complete thread -- Holy CRAP, that's it! AWESOME! Thanks to all who tried. He's a tough one.
Complete thread -- neural "foraminal" bilaterally doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- narrowing?
Complete thread -- Would nerve root make sense? I kind of hear that.
Complete thread -- ROFL @ Dracula! I'm hearing the same, hoping someone hears something different.
Complete thread -- Will slow it way down and listen for both.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard history of. Maybe he had one done before. Thanks
Complete thread -- Like, keep a log?
Complete thread -- wow, dracula. I can't make this out to save my life...(s/l nervic)?
Complete thread -- sounds like "history" and makes no sense?
Complete thread -- central spinal canal stenosis L4-L5 level and ______ neural foraminal bilaterally
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I hear that now.
Complete thread -- <groan>
Complete thread -- I'm hearing procalcitonin
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you, appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- 2250
Complete thread -- Google, tons of lab sites to help with this.
Complete thread -- Lipase is quite elevated at *twenty-two fifty*. How would you transcribe the number
Complete thread -- none here...I type caths all the time and this just didn't ring a bell.
Complete thread -- Sarafem (fluoxetine) ?
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- post your .wav again?
Complete thread -- In my 15 years of doing angioplasties, never heard this before.
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Flexeril 10 mg at bedtime, Zyprexa, ____, Glucophage, Lam ...
Complete thread -- PleurX bottles
Complete thread -- keep in mind other countries post here too with different spelling
Complete thread -- billybob - I should have posted the Mayo Clinic link, I usually do
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you!!!!!
Complete thread -- T-piece?
Complete thread -- pulmonary s/l teepee's driving me nuts! Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- Gotta love a "doctorism"
Complete thread -- I think he misspoke and means femoral. Also think he's starting a new sentence with
Complete thread -- s/l "youmeral" rod. First thought he was saying "humeral" but this is ORIF of
Complete thread -- I know, but I probably would have given it to him if he had said it clearly in all
Complete thread -- Actually, I can't find rectomucopexy as a word.
Complete thread -- doc, that oooOOOooo made me laugh! ~lb
Complete thread -- I'm just going to use two words because it sounded that way in the list of procedures also
Complete thread -- Would you use "rectomucopexy" or put "rectal mucopexy"?
Complete thread -- Yes! Just coming back to say I'd finally been able to hear that. I'm finding...
Complete thread -- (oooOOOooo! Very Good! :-)
Complete thread -- maybe he started to say bifurcation and changed to trifurcation?
Complete thread -- staple lines were also...
Complete thread -- The *stabilize* were also protected with Lembert suture. Please
Complete thread -- I'd wager doc intended Pleur-evac® chest drainage system SM
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your suggestion!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I like this suggestion best, fits well with context
Complete thread -- pressed it (retracted it) if doc is ESL
Complete thread -- He is coming in today with a repeat ultrasound showing an occlusive ri ...
Complete thread -- covered up? (covered by skin?)
Complete thread -- I've heard "walled-off abscess" a lot.
Complete thread -- We identified the right ureter and *press* it out away from our dissection field.
Complete thread -- (Oops, should be single abscess to start. The abscess was completely *water-up*....)
Complete thread -- Abscesses were completely *water-up,* with no general contamination of the abdomen.
Complete thread -- Very low doses of aspirin — 75 milligrams (mg), is less than a standard baby aspirin
Complete thread -- Bacterin. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- This accounts for about 10 blanks in my report, so s/l bactrim sponge material
Complete thread -- lol, it's okay. I was just saying I've seen a lot of people spell it (wrong) with a "c"
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Stat, so I'm just blanking it. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- yep, there you go... lol
Complete thread -- OMG. Duh. Sorry, you are saying Glasgow. Me confused. Disregard.
Complete thread -- Are you positive? I just checked and my reference says Glasgow. It's a trusted ref.
Complete thread -- serum immunoglobulins ...
Complete thread -- Don't feel bad. It's pretty commonly misspelled that way, and, listening to wav, you are
Complete thread -- yeah, same here. Hmm.. ...
Complete thread -- testing for an autoimmune disease or immunodeficiency ...
Complete thread -- did not research, but got very few hits for sero-immunoglobulin googling
Complete thread -- thank you so much. (I can't believe I never noticed that GCS was in my expansions
Complete thread -- sero pops into my head, but not sure of the combination with that.
Complete thread -- s/l pleurodex box
Complete thread -- no, 75 mg is the sensible dose in "metric" countries SM
Complete thread -- best motor response is actually one of the three parts of the Glasgow Coma Scale.
Complete thread -- posted a wav
Complete thread -- I agree. anxiolytic
Complete thread -- processes including, ANA, complement levels, rheumatoid factor, s/l fe ...
Complete thread -- please sm
Complete thread -- sure did hunt around all I could find was spectrometry, but best to blank it I think or sm
Complete thread -- sounds like anxiolytic to me.
Complete thread -- heck, didn't get back soon enough s/l sah lis sah sate is (aspirin)
Complete thread -- From the context given, it's likely the patient appears hypoxic (too little oxygen) and
Complete thread -- WAV posted - further rejigging of his (????) agents
Complete thread -- salicylate?
Complete thread -- perhaps ? referring to carbonic (acid) in blood (has to do with respiratory gas etc sm
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Oh, I see, he's not saying hypercapnic too, so yes I think hypercarbic means the same as
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Probably means hypercarbic (from hypercarbia), but I thought it meant the same as
Complete thread -- We are discontinuing naproxen and starting *sah-lis-sah-sate* 500 t.id.
Complete thread -- doc saying "hypercarbonic" archive said listen to hypercapnic, but not saying that
Complete thread -- Sansert is used to prevent vascular headaches (e.g., migraines) and to reduce their s
Complete thread -- Sansert?
Complete thread -- CLL, new diagnosis of pneumonia. see msg
Complete thread -- doc pronouncing allergy as "san-crit" and spelling S-A-N-C-R-T ??
Complete thread -- we need more after that last sentence
Complete thread -- likely IS 81 (but ? I can't hear it so,) there are different doses now
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- just mispronouncing 81, stuck with a blank though.
Complete thread -- Aspirin 21 mg daily. Is this some kind of new low-low dose that I haven't
Complete thread -- after you found your s/l, did ya read up a bit to see if fit. sm click link
Complete thread -- after you found your s/l, did ya read up a bit to see if fit. sm click link
Complete thread -- found this Stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR) sm & link
Complete thread -- It works best to copy/paste the next 2-3 sentences
Complete thread -- yep, need more info/text copy/pasted.
Complete thread -- Lung cancer now being considered for s/l saber. Thanks.
Complete thread -- can you post more, say, next 2-3 sentences that follow
Complete thread -- Angioplasty - what is he talking about?
Complete thread -- Okay, found Holmlund-Hellsing line per google, but do verify.
Complete thread -- Call me dense, but what kind of procedure and where are we in the body?
Complete thread -- The second needle for the outflow was also placed on the second area o ...
Complete thread -- atrial and arterial can sound very similar
Complete thread -- you're welcome :)
Complete thread -- cellules + NM
Complete thread -- If some type of prior procedure (cellulose=(Surgicel) sm
Complete thread -- not sure what the s/l airy paris (earlier ?) is but the 5/10 is prob pain scale sm
Complete thread -- He said "atrial" very clearly, but I needed to leave a blank on it, so QA will listen to
Complete thread -- never mind.
Complete thread -- Dieulafoy syndrome (if it is arterial bleed instead of atrial bleed)?
Complete thread -- are you sure on the "atrial bleed"?
Complete thread -- Impression: 1. Acute GI bleed; 2. s/l "Del-fy" syndrome with atrial bleed.
Complete thread -- The chest pain was s/l "airy paris" at 5/10 on and off
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Linzess (linaclotide) to treat chronic idiopathic constipation & sm
Complete thread -- Could have been because it was a cardiac preoperative clearance consult. I sent it with a
Complete thread -- stat??
Complete thread -- Recent and s/l "crap" EKG not available.
Complete thread -- cellules
Complete thread -- I don't think its cellulose, but can't think if what it could be.
Complete thread -- Know whatcha talkin about.
Complete thread -- She can't even keep "he" and "she" straight (like many ESLs) and I really have to be
Complete thread -- I think they continue to say it after we fix it because they cannot break the habit
Complete thread -- Thanks for your opinion, but she's a Portuguese dictator and says lots of things "wrong."
Complete thread -- That may be what he means; unfortunately, not what he's saying. Thank you.
Complete thread -- that's not right.
Complete thread -- PAS (Periodic Acid Schiff)
Complete thread -- I personally would go as dictated; their report, & keeps doing it right
Complete thread -- NM, moving on.
Complete thread -- In procedure details, he says we did see some *cellulose* in the bladder.
Complete thread -- Bladder lesions biopsied, more than likely *cellulose.* Doc
Complete thread -- PSAN (or pea ess eh in) stains were unrevealing.
Complete thread -- obscuration?
Complete thread -- blanking it
Complete thread -- That's what I've always put, but she continues saying it her own way. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the suggestions ...
Complete thread -- inhaled bronchodilators
Complete thread -- inhaled bronchodilators
Complete thread -- CAT scan of the sinuses showed minor s/l observation involving ostiomeatal. Other
Complete thread -- This dictator always says "broncho inhaled dilators." Would you feel safe putting
Complete thread -- ha, that's a hit! rised de-novo (in reference to melanoma) learn something new everyday!
Complete thread -- I hear ? rise de novo.
Complete thread -- wav posted. ....such as a mole and _____.
Complete thread -- find motion velocity, eye velocity, fluid velocity, flow velocity? See link
Complete thread -- even an exceptional dictator flubs up every now and then, it is human to do so.
Complete thread -- good deal!
Complete thread -- hand velocity (hand movement messing with the signal)??
Complete thread -- Neurology
Complete thread -- Nice of OP to come back. That is why I never help those who do not give context
Complete thread -- Thanks, I got it! motor recovery ...
Complete thread -- no he is a very clear speaker...ughhh
Complete thread -- antiseptic comes to mind first
Complete thread -- That would be it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- aseptic? Aquacel?
Complete thread -- I can't come up with anything with that "v" sound in there.
Complete thread -- sacral ulcer --says treated with "accept" solution
Complete thread -- photon fields?
Complete thread -- motor and sensory???
Complete thread -- Thank you!! ...
Complete thread -- s/l four "tie" fields
Complete thread -- furuncle
Complete thread -- inaccessible means obliterated?
Complete thread -- on the charts from the hospital, he had a discharging s/l forenquil* i ...
Complete thread -- Yeah, just coming back to say that finally sank in. Thanks.
Complete thread -- agree - no commas required anywhere
Complete thread -- Yeah, definetly motor.. but any ideas on what the other would be? ...
Complete thread -- ? ensued
Complete thread -- left chest wall incision?
Complete thread -- ? microvascular
Complete thread -- Says what s/l "incision"
Complete thread -- motor something?
Complete thread -- Physically, he is left with mild left hemiparesis-ataxia with overall ...
Complete thread -- Thank you : )
Complete thread -- Tumor Imaging Metrics Core (TIMC) ?
Complete thread -- I found it. Tumor Imaging Metrics Core (TIMC). Thank you.
Complete thread -- skin is probably scan, but not sure what Tim-C is
Complete thread -- correction: Tim-C read of the scan.
Complete thread -- The initial Tim-C read of the skin was +21 percent.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Adding it to my book now. : )
Complete thread -- It isn't in my Stedman's either.
Complete thread -- Close. Youngswick (googled)
Complete thread -- and lwc has it spelled correctly.
Complete thread -- Procedure: *youngs-lick* osteotomy with screw fixation, 1st MPJ, left foot.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- I would say tract, oozing through the tract
Complete thread -- tracked versus tract in following context. Please
Complete thread -- cesarean is not capped either.
Complete thread -- ??? Placed a consult to Dr. X to check infection???
Complete thread -- It is even more simple. LOOK IT UP IN A DICTIONARY. Cause google can give
Complete thread -- more context please. sentence before/after, diagnosis...anything to help us help you.
Complete thread -- Thanks and ooops brain not bran ! Thanks !
Complete thread -- Some tend to overuse commas sometimes, but that sentence doesn't need any.
Complete thread -- s/l fog for infection
Complete thread -- white matter changes?
Complete thread -- long shot but any help appreciated :D
Complete thread -- not really, no
Complete thread -- Thanks. I find these confusing sometimes.
Complete thread -- failure to progress an emergency Caesarean (s/l evened).
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I'd actually not comma that at all, especially not after bilateral.
Complete thread -- If you're in the U.S., it's organizing
Complete thread -- organising or organizing pneumonia. Please see msg for context.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help
Complete thread -- comma placement??
Complete thread -- thanks, didn't think it sounded quite like citalopram
Complete thread -- hepatic steatosis=fatty liver sm
Complete thread -- citalopram? or escitalopram
Complete thread -- steatosis?
Complete thread -- here ya go, takes time to learn how to research, I remember it this way,vesiCLE=skin
Complete thread -- or placed him?
Complete thread -- med s/l spidolorapram
Complete thread -- Word help - hepatic s/l r s t atosis
Complete thread -- a guess, perhaps ? (meant removal of)devitalized tissue
Complete thread -- can you post a bit more, There is a term kissing in cardio but sm
Complete thread -- I bet it was "V-Y" (v to y)
Complete thread -- I bet it might be a revitalized. You'd not use devitalized.
Complete thread -- Well, he said it again later, same way. I'm going to flag as need to send in now.
Complete thread -- foot surgery: ...would consist of *a vee talized* skin plasty w/ open tenotomy...
Complete thread -- i'd be thinking pial here...
Complete thread -- Beals syndrome
Complete thread -- need more lead on the the mp3
Complete thread -- diagnosis: bilateral genu valgus. 2. s/l Peel syndrome? tx.
Complete thread -- I would say place - pose does not make sense
Complete thread -- lol, never mind. I realize you're not saying that.
Complete thread -- So you're saying you would put vesicle? If so, you'd be wrong. It's vesical.
Complete thread -- why don't you look up the meaning of the words. Not just google, anything comes
Complete thread -- Kinda late, but the website has it as ImPACT concussion training and software.
Complete thread -- May I say great minds think alike?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- kept him? (like kissed him personally, think it's cute)
Complete thread -- kept him?
Complete thread -- a s/l kissed him?? see sentence
Complete thread -- OneLook says vesical pertains to the bladder
Complete thread -- vesical neck contracture or vesicle neck contracture?
Complete thread -- still old wav
Complete thread -- Agree, equivocal
Complete thread -- Stress test was read as "equivicable" because of the artifact.
Complete thread -- analogous to an...(not in august)
Complete thread -- AT would be anterior tibial, and AP would be anterior peroneal
Complete thread -- NM. I need coffee, apparently. Pose.
Complete thread -- ESL and his English is poor. Please sm
Complete thread -- The patient had bilateral palpable pulses, on the right side a *AT/AP* ...
Complete thread -- made centrally in the thumb ________ joints.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Couple of blanks - first one the voice cuts out so can't hear
Complete thread -- Thank you. How silly of me !
Complete thread -- Tubes, lines, stomas: None. (the patient has none of the above).
Complete thread -- phrase I can't figure out...
Complete thread -- True. :) I forgot to put that in my post as well. Ty for reminder.
Complete thread -- There was a Surgi-Klenz many years ago but trademark has been dead for years.
Complete thread -- ______ realigned with a 5-0 nylon suture (first blank)
Complete thread -- suture and was tied and used for traction..?
Complete thread -- Some still go by BoS 2 (we do where I work) and 2.6-cm is ok.
Complete thread -- could we have the sentence before please... thanks
Complete thread -- Disregard. I believe he's also saying memory there as well.
Complete thread -- Impact study (concussion): Memory composite verbal and s/l neurocomposite visual are
Complete thread -- s/l Surgiclent was placed along lateral aspect of thigh. (wound debridement)
Complete thread -- WAG deep tissue?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Not sure if your acct follows BoS or if it's in your specs, but Bos advises to not use
Complete thread -- A __________ 5-0 nylon suture __________ traction and realignment.
Complete thread -- : Debridement and * d tree* realignment of 2.6-cm laceration
Complete thread -- (can't resist!) ex- ec- = Latin prefix meaning "outside." word root "tasia" = Latin
Complete thread -- thanks for the correct answer. I tried to fit in Hep C e antibody.
Complete thread -- Doing an LP, one usually hears/feels the dural "pop" when the needle enters the subarachno
Complete thread -- yeah, you're right. More coffee is in order.
Complete thread -- Hint: dura mater = outermost tougher membrane; pia mater = innermost more fragile membrane
Complete thread -- Hint: dura mater = outermost tougher membrane; pia mater = innermost more fragile membrane
Complete thread -- google search word combos that I'm trying to suggest to others, incl OPs.
Complete thread -- there is no magic to carets, <>. I use them like quotation marks for google search word ,
Complete thread -- amplification maybe? --sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm also seeing a bit on pial dissection though.
Complete thread -- And Yes! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- If I google with <>, can I ask any question I want inside?
Complete thread -- s/l eplification
Complete thread -- I agree with both helpers. Google <medications used for hypogonadism>
Complete thread -- Axiron for the other guess
Complete thread -- Androgel?
Complete thread -- yes, dura too adherent to be peeled off brain surface. Subarachnoid space obliterated
Complete thread -- 2 medications for hypogonadism s/l antigel and s/l extron
Complete thread -- s/l peel dissection
Complete thread -- thanks so much! I DO remember that now that you mention it!
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you. ...
Complete thread -- Re hyphen with "rapidly": Rapidly is an adverb that ends in -ly and never
Complete thread -- "has" a hx of MS?
Complete thread -- nv, a lot of spasticity
Complete thread -- as a history of multiple sclerosis, ____, and leg weakness. ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- oooOOOooo! Thanks, nm!
Complete thread -- (I'm really ashamed to make such a "kindergarten" mistake as that!
Complete thread -- listen for "palpable aorta present"
Complete thread -- (thanks, nm. I couldn't discern it before your post, but believe I can now.)
Complete thread -- I would think "rapid firing"
Complete thread -- Tall is okay. "High voltage" is more precise. (Your phrase is okay here, but usually the
Complete thread -- I hear "doxepin"
Complete thread -- Thanks. So helpful so late at night! ...
Complete thread -- occasionally s/l tall, rapidly firing complex motor unit potentials
Complete thread -- Here's what I hear...
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: ___ Paxil, Zocor, Xanax, and ranitidine. ...
Complete thread -- (I can't make squat out of that turkey-doc's voice file! You are miracle-worker to get as
Complete thread -- (my error: 2-0 Vicryl, not 2-O Vicryl.)
Complete thread -- has a history of right temporal brain abscess. She has gone through 4 ...
Complete thread -- suggest period after "...was made over the cuff." Then new sentence, "Using both blunt and
Complete thread -- 2-0?
Complete thread -- Procedure Note: While the patient was in the chair, the right chest w ...
Complete thread -- Yes, they have to "paralyze" intubated patients. Is that your question?
Complete thread -- yes, paralysis is okay. "neuromuscular blockade" would be a less frightening description.
Complete thread -- it is not on Google because it is doc's own idiosyncratic acronym. SM
Complete thread -- At least you gave it your all! Keep in mind, we can't manage to get
Complete thread -- As the patient was already intubated, sedation and *paralysis* were co ...
Complete thread -- why can't I find it google.
Complete thread -- Given the abn values that preceed it, I agree w/ you that by LTs doc must mean "liver test
Complete thread -- her LTs are within normal limits, wouldnt that be LFTs?, but it is clearly LT
Complete thread -- Thank you both for comtemplating on this, even after I sent with blank. There were no
Complete thread -- (my thanks to you also, nm!:-)
Complete thread -- wonder if hemoptysis was in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- Seems like doc wants 2 sentences: "No tobacco. Alcohol weekends or several drinks daily."
Complete thread -- pls help me with this....
Complete thread -- hee-hee-hee! I LOVE it! :-)
Complete thread -- so COOL, SO cool! Brilliant idea! Coins, metal markers can be so heavy that they don't
Complete thread -- either doc's "Out laterally," or edited "Laterally,.." How will you solve "survival" from
Complete thread -- (I struggled hard with that one. I believe solution is SO CLOSE, yet so far away.
Complete thread -- (oops) CVA without residual
Complete thread -- can you hear: ...CVA without out residual...
Complete thread -- word help, please sm
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- coils??
Complete thread -- Never mind on this one. Sent out a blank.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- prefers
Complete thread -- s/l "prevass" medical management and no aggressive measures taken.
Complete thread -- Gastrointestinal: s/l "poor arm percent" No vomiting or diarrhea.
Complete thread -- out laterally?
Complete thread -- Oasis, you are wrong on this. Ginger is correct in this context.
Complete thread -- (you are a freak)
Complete thread -- luk est (leukocyte esterase) 3+, blood 2+, and nitrites. urine = nitrites cardiac = nitr
Complete thread -- s/l 3+, blood 2+, and nitrItes. nitrates is class of medications. not in urine.
Complete thread -- The patient’s mother reports that NAME had a UTI in May of this year. ...
Complete thread -- nm... thank you!
Complete thread -- check out CellCept?
Complete thread -- med s/l cellseft pls sm
Complete thread -- I give up. The dictionary gives examples of gingerly used as an adjective b4 noun.
Complete thread -- I totally understand that word, I'm saying it is NOT properly used before steps.
Complete thread -- I totally understand that word, I'm saying it is NOT properly used before steps.
Complete thread -- Ha! So clear now! Funny how that happens! ;) Thank you.
Complete thread -- and the little finger was held in a fixed flexed position
Complete thread -- wav. noted to have decreased flexion at DIP joint and ___ in a fixed flexed position
Complete thread -- saw
Complete thread -- I'm sure its either pleuro- or thora- centesis...
Complete thread -- sometimes happens after pleural effusion.
Complete thread -- pleurocentesis?
Complete thread -- "I only seen"?
Complete thread -- I went back and relistened and do not hear status post either. I wonder sm
Complete thread -- may be just stumbling on word "thora" then says thoracentesis
Complete thread -- twice? how about "status post"?
Complete thread -- are you sure just isn't stumbling over thoracentesis?
Complete thread -- Oasis, I think you have been a victim of a troll. You are correct in the usage.
Complete thread -- see link for verification...
Complete thread -- Yes, ginger does refer to flavor as an adjective...see message
Complete thread -- Don't have much info to offer but PT in a nursing home sm
Complete thread -- For the last time...see definition of gingerly
Complete thread -- the example given below from dictionary said ginger hair. obviously not ginger-flavored,
Complete thread -- the example given below from dictionary said ginger hair. obviously not ginger-flavored,
Complete thread -- Xgeva (denosumab)
Complete thread -- sharing some diabetes/meds terms using the word "pen" sm
Complete thread -- ohh, I forgot, Levimir flexed is --likely short cutting term Flex(pen )sm
Complete thread -- nm. Tech did some work today and must have messed up my spell check. All kinds of words I
Complete thread -- Well, on reading again, I guess she means they're not relatively recent
Complete thread -- Why is Xgeva coming up in my spellcheck. I know I've typed it many times. It's
Complete thread -- The standard views are AP, lateral, both obliques and a spot lateral
Complete thread -- MD says 5 views taken but I only seen 4. Am I missing something?
Complete thread -- hmmm..after reading it again, you may have a point.
Complete thread -- sheesh...what doesn't make sense IS the *but*
Complete thread -- no, it makes sense. What doesn't make sense in the BUT
Complete thread -- Nah...its like another width of keyboard to put next to your keyboard...not so sure it'd
Complete thread -- on two occasions?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "not" but it doesn't make sense to me. Please sm for
Complete thread -- The parents on one occasion noticed something unusual on the diaper. ...
Complete thread -- that would be great for traveling. I have transcribed from many
Complete thread -- I think that she is saying postprandial, period....
Complete thread -- I hear postprandial, but I don't hear impaired because she trails off.
Complete thread -- youre probably right, but uploaded WAV cause doc says
Complete thread -- Yep, I just read about it, it fits near your keyboard and you control with your thumbs.
Complete thread -- ...and it is describing the taste and color...not describing someone's steps!
Complete thread -- I suspect it's thumb-operated, but maybe a nuisance to get used to.
Complete thread -- OMG...look in a dictionary!
Complete thread -- See the link...gingerly...adjective!
Complete thread -- Gingerly is an adjective as well as an adverb...just like scholarly is an adj
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking, just another keystroke...I'm not sure i'm going to try it
Complete thread -- Wouldn't that take away from keyboard time? I guess I'm just old school.
Complete thread -- ginger is an adjective also, as used here, not gingerly
Complete thread -- Phillips USD hand control. Has anyone tried this product?
Complete thread -- agree.. the steps are not gingerly. they are ginger. Just like you'd take slow steps,
Complete thread -- but I guess you never know...
Complete thread -- prandial, probably not brandy, lol
Complete thread -- checking his blood sugars, fasting, pre and two hours post s/l "pranu" impaired
Complete thread -- arthritic stage 1-2 changes?
Complete thread -- So far, unable to find IV use HOW SUPPLIED sm
Complete thread -- great! I worried that I was too late.
Complete thread -- I totally clearly hear it now.
Complete thread -- s/l scalp may be scout images sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- a guess, any surg? s/l bulants maybe implants like (skin graft) implant maybe
Complete thread -- s/l scalp images
Complete thread -- found this CBC W/Auto Diff(as yet, I have not run into it, but means nothing sm
Complete thread -- "was noted to have" is what he says
Complete thread -- Drugs.com shows this sm "vary and usually between 0.5 to 1.0 units/kg/day.
Complete thread -- thank you darlene and fgjjgj
Complete thread -- I think I am doing the best by using, "This resulted in some but incomplete fragmentation.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NM, she's just saying "of the" tongue. Terrible dictator.
Complete thread -- drugs@FDA.com shows this sm
Complete thread -- I hear attributed "from Wellbutrin" FWIW
Complete thread -- I hear "and Colace" also
Complete thread -- I think I hear quniate but it is for malaria and it does not say pt has
Complete thread -- confusion which patient reports was attributed to ______. Since the medication
Complete thread -- ESWL lithotripsy. WAV posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Colace?
Complete thread -- WAV with drug name help
Complete thread -- Nope, nothing there.
Complete thread -- (She does seem to say it as a unit.)
Complete thread -- Past history, list: squamous cell head and neck cancer *dil the* tongue...
Complete thread -- Outerbridge? not at all like your s/l, but all I could think of
Complete thread -- I couldn't either and googled and googled various spellings to see if I would get a
Complete thread -- might be, must be.. But really doesn't sound like her usual clear and..
Complete thread -- I personally can't think of another word that would fit the context.
Complete thread -- Maybe it's just me, but I can't hear it under either wav or mp3.
Complete thread -- CLL and lung cancer?
Complete thread -- s/l.... albeck..... stage 1-2
Complete thread -- I added an audio clip. ...
Complete thread -- bilateral something is all I can think of.
Complete thread -- No, but thanks anyways. ...
Complete thread -- s/l subaquent cellulitis. Please see inside for full context.
Complete thread -- doc says that this patient also has a significant medical history of
Complete thread -- #2 accordingly?
Complete thread -- On exam, his **s/l bu lants have healed quite nicely. The ecchymosis ...
Complete thread -- Levemir?
Complete thread -- something something INR also present.
Complete thread -- ectasia
Complete thread -- I did note that he has had postoperative ????
Complete thread -- I did note
Complete thread -- there is mild s/l aphasia of the aorta and iliac arteries.
Complete thread -- I think it must be a medication that I cant get, something
Complete thread -- perianesthetic - like perioperative ...
Complete thread -- 11 units flexed, probably (you have year)
Complete thread -- If he will be compatible then we would go ahead with TURP, but he unde ...
Complete thread -- the usage of an inhaler
Complete thread -- it is a letter, rest is in message
Complete thread -- I'll take a shot if you give us more info - kind of doctor, kind of report, pt's dx, etc.
Complete thread -- I wanted a site that I can go on and see all medications
Complete thread -- lol, it is hard right? Anyone else want to take a shot?
Complete thread -- liver or whether there is some ....or some .... present. full stop
Complete thread -- the Novolog page has some info and you can click and get a PDF of dosing
Complete thread -- WAV with lots of blanks
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the input.
Complete thread -- Can anyone recommend a good site for drug dosage
Complete thread -- This is true.
Complete thread -- What I'm saying, though, is I guess it would possible they might dictate "without diff"
Complete thread -- ginger verus gingerly (In reference to the post below) see message/link
Complete thread -- Yes, if they don't dictate it, I assume it isn't done.
Complete thread -- I've had them just dictate WC, hgb, and hct lots of times. Don't remember them saying
Complete thread -- I've never heard any of them say "without differential" -
Complete thread -- never said the OP cannot hear - another assumption
Complete thread -- gingerly (adj): very cautious or careful (see link)
Complete thread -- Would what follows give you a better clue? The differential is
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I cannot adjust the margins. The weird thing is this. With the same template this happens
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- You mean they wouldn't say 'a'?
Complete thread -- NG tube
Complete thread -- I can't think of a situation where he would say "without a differential."
Complete thread -- can you adjust the top/bottom margins? of left/right?
Complete thread -- Unless you are allowed to make the font smaller, nothing will make it stay on the same
Complete thread -- what on earth??
Complete thread -- Formatting question
Complete thread -- good ears!
Complete thread -- tip for the future
Complete thread -- Thanks! Just coming back to say I was going with that. : )
Complete thread -- no! ginger steps is correct (you can't say gingerly steps!)
Complete thread -- as well. For acute relief of migraines,
Complete thread -- CBC without a differential versus CBC with auto differential
Complete thread -- Not sure where "for acute relief of migraines" goes in this context...
Complete thread -- is this lower extremity intervention?
Complete thread -- An oil bead was placed over the posterior left occipital region. No questions. sm
Complete thread -- ? actually planned
Complete thread -- preoperatively planned?
Complete thread -- about to land 6 cm superior?
Complete thread -- present and scrubbed
Complete thread -- ?properly
Complete thread -- Need period after 110/75.
Complete thread -- I was present to _____ throughout the procedure.
Complete thread -- abdominal incision _____ planned about 6 cm superior
Complete thread -- yes :) TY
Complete thread -- ok, thank you so much
Complete thread -- maybe orthostasis
Complete thread -- quinolone? type/class of antibiotics. I googled this and got this...
Complete thread -- there was some question of s/l lithosedasis, so we took a supine blood pressure.
Complete thread -- med s/l prinilone
Complete thread -- I caught the barely, could not get admitting. Thanks
Complete thread -- barely admitting a 11 mm ...
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- hmm...let me guess - aokoln (again) pot meet kettle
Complete thread -- ( just to confim size for you) Xience Prime ll 3.5 x 33mm, ABBOTT LABORATORIES ...
Complete thread -- sure, have heard this often, I would go as dictated
Complete thread -- Thank you.. I hear it now.
Complete thread -- Clarification to my ans as #1 "to"My Point" Sleep apnea & cardiac connection
Complete thread -- I was. It seemed rather large but he later stated a super dominant artery
Complete thread -- interposed?
Complete thread -- s/l "inter-post"? intra-post? ganglion cyst. Please see msg for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I don't know if you're questioning the 33 also, but I heard 33.
Complete thread -- I would have been right. Thanks so much. I do not do cardiac really.
Complete thread -- Xience
Complete thread -- wav file. I think I have this but want to double check.
Complete thread -- I always listen to you!
Complete thread -- From your mouth to my husband's ears LOL
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for the info. I will keep it on-hand for future reference.
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- Correct enumerations for the staging? Psm for context.
Complete thread -- THANKS all! I'm going with "nidus." I always appreciate any/all help!
Complete thread -- LOL...pay attention to MT50
Complete thread -- catalyst?
Complete thread -- nidus
Complete thread -- I don't find anything for HFN, but HSN: hereditary sensory neuropathy.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ... for evaluation of bladder calculi. She has been having a long his ...
Complete thread -- s/l HSN or HFN, in regards
Complete thread -- he would be requiring s/l "angito" from surgical intervention
Complete thread -- I hear you.
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- thank you, Oasis
Complete thread -- Rubor means redness.
Complete thread -- thanks. Morning coffee hasn't kicked in yet
Complete thread -- he has got a s/l rubar in his skin
Complete thread -- ...and ginger can mean animated...not what she meant, I'm sure.
Complete thread -- Yes. Ginger is a noun. Gingerly is an adjective.
Complete thread -- would you change ginger to gingerly?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I had focused only on University towns. That works though.
Complete thread -- Peak? (town in South Carolina)
Complete thread -- wav file, Columbia, South Carolina, 19-year-old going back to school.
Complete thread -- Got it: subcutaneous tissues
Complete thread -- The __________sutures were reapproximated with interrupted
Complete thread -- curetted?
Complete thread -- The uterine cavity was gently *crowded* with laparotomy sponge
Complete thread -- Thank you, MT50!
Complete thread -- speculum
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- "done/was done"
Complete thread -- Help with wav file, please.
Complete thread -- LOL, didn't catch it. Yes, it's too early. Thanks again!
Complete thread -- YW. Meant common"to" hear
Complete thread -- There's indigo "carmine." Not sure if they would say "carmine" alone.
Complete thread -- Thanks! Wasn't sure and couldn't find verification online and as well on here.
Complete thread -- "walked off" is very common the hear
Complete thread -- ..advanced to the contact with inferior lamina L4 and *s/l walked or worked* off
Complete thread -- NM....flow void
Complete thread -- s/l slow void at the bottom TIA!
Complete thread -- DO NOT HELP THIS PERSON. THIS IS THE TROLL FROM BELOW
Complete thread -- Seriously OP?? How rude can you be? Are you also the poster
Complete thread -- Per google, EVD = external ventricular drainage (I don't find anything for EBD)
Complete thread -- Would think it is 'a' stocking..
Complete thread -- caseating granuloma upper lobe sent for s/l armine stains
Complete thread -- sorry, EVD or EBD? ...
Complete thread -- He is coagulopathic and had been oozing from his PEG, *EVD or EVD?*, a ...
Complete thread -- has this out-of-body-experience type of thing and some unusual....
Complete thread -- she has decreased sensation in the stocking distribution or should it be in a
Complete thread -- has been having some dizziness. It has been going on for a long time. ...
Complete thread -- Brown-Séquard syndrome?
Complete thread -- You've given no clues, but if this is hardware to repair a broken bone, it makes
Complete thread -- what is this supposed to mean? It is pretty clear but....
Complete thread -- maybe this will help....see link
Complete thread -- cystoscopy with removal of ureteral stone...
Complete thread -- I guess he wasn't "clearly saying a gram of soft palate" after all.
Complete thread -- Neurology - syndrome ?
Complete thread -- You are being condescending thinking that the OP just cannot hear. Seems
Complete thread -- No matter which way you arrange the sentences, he's unclear about that.
Complete thread -- it can help us determine if poster is hearing something entirely different
Complete thread -- that's an assumption; get a skill
Complete thread -- Gee. dictating, "used a hook around the soft palate" instead ...
Complete thread -- bolded and flagged. ...
Complete thread -- then clearly flag that.
Complete thread -- then I would flag, makes no sense (to me)
Complete thread -- If I had to choose one, I'd choose #2, but just saying he could have meant the other.
Complete thread -- no clearly saying a gram of soft palate. ...
Complete thread -- Not really hard if you really think about it.
Complete thread -- as traction of soft palate?
Complete thread -- If it's a dictator you're used to, you can sometimes figure it out by his or her normal
Complete thread -- Then, a red rubber catheter was inserted in the right naris and used a ...
Complete thread -- The dictators who give punctuation (comma, period) get on my nerves, but in this case it
Complete thread -- I will flag
Complete thread -- That's what I hear but maybe it's something else.
Complete thread -- are you clearly hearing the letters?
Complete thread -- s/l RPN?? not sure what it would be in context
Complete thread -- It should not be that hard to see it is the other way.
Complete thread -- Oh great, well good, you agree, & can see "concept", as you said "Not hard to see that"
Complete thread -- oh great. they are going to treat the apnea. (however) with his cardiac disease, I am un
Complete thread -- I chose #1 because sleep apnea that should be treated (ALONG) with his cardiac disease
Complete thread -- Didn't sound right to me either....
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/#hl=en&output=search&sclient=psy-ab&q=hip+arthroplasty+pincer&oq=hi
Complete thread -- Pincer' type which described an overdeep acetabulum (socket) sm & link
Complete thread -- (sm) definition:
Complete thread -- doesn't sound right...?
Complete thread -- I also agree (don't assume/add) not a good idea
Complete thread -- Is "pincer" correct here?
Complete thread -- there is an instrument called loop as in electrified wire loop to cut out abnormal tissue
Complete thread -- what is being define is the location of the patchy disease in the SFA sm
Complete thread -- oops -- enophthalmos.
Complete thread -- We may never know...a lot of OPs never come back to tell us what they put ...
Complete thread -- I can't think of anything but the Borg from Star Trek and "resistance is futile!"
Complete thread -- Borg scale
Complete thread -- decreased endurance. He is in a "board scale" of 8.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the help
Complete thread -- exophthalmos preferred.
Complete thread -- enophthalmus
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "ena-thalis" of the right globe.
Complete thread -- !!! thanks
Complete thread -- ...proximal and distal.
Complete thread -- This is the same poster claiming to "put down" school system, and not the the "OP." HA!
Complete thread -- suspect the last part is right and left...
Complete thread -- reminiscent of demineralized, but I don't see it fits the context.
Complete thread -- it's pretty clear what he means, so you could transcribe it IMO
Complete thread -- not familiar with Doppler, s/l PR SFA and DL SFA, sm plse
Complete thread -- cannot find either paired with fold period. I'd say that if you really cannot discern, yo
Complete thread -- if you read the BOS stuff below. "Nouns denoting anatomic structures, particularly those
Complete thread -- oh, that sounds better.
Complete thread -- she is hearing either peri or para, like she asked, right?
Complete thread -- Actually, I would say EITHER word fits there...
Complete thread -- NM.
Complete thread -- context
Complete thread -- context if this helps???
Complete thread -- we can't be certain what the OP is hearing without having her ears.
Complete thread -- We cannot be certain that's what the OP is hearing without context.
Complete thread -- Surgeon saying *de-dermalized* and want to make sure I'm typing correctly. Please
Complete thread -- what is context supposed to do to help?
Complete thread -- PARA, PERI
Complete thread -- peri- around; para- alongside - maybe it is perigluteal (the prefixes can go with most any
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oh, okay, she gives wrong answers and criticism
Complete thread -- paragluteal fold
Complete thread -- or like, for example, e.g. 3 monthly ?
Complete thread -- Actually she did, she is the one post up there saying not to do it.
Complete thread -- wonder if he is reading q. backwards iow q.3 monthly
Complete thread -- Term: "G three monthly"
Complete thread -- Agree also
Complete thread -- So... you hate me... okay. I can live with that (because I know how loony you are).
Complete thread -- and you, aokoln, never give any answers, just criticism.
Complete thread -- for what it's worth, I agree with #2. He does have sleep apnea
Complete thread -- Talking about yourself darlene?
Complete thread -- I seriously hate people who give wrong answers and you are wrong shoots!
Complete thread -- No caps anywhere just as you have it in the box, not in the subject line
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- see suggestion
Complete thread -- Is this how you would punctuate this...???
Complete thread -- You are just incompetent.
Complete thread -- LOL! I am sure the OP is long gone. We'll just agree to disagree.
Complete thread -- You're very incompetent to think "raphe" would fit the context and you didn't "suggest"
Complete thread -- well good. I do a clinic also. read it again and let's try this
Complete thread -- NM, need to move on.
Complete thread -- thanks. My error, that should have said 2
Complete thread -- Treating SA will improve his daytime fatigue.
Complete thread -- My primary account is sleep medicine, so I'm quite certain.
Complete thread -- I absolutely disagree.
Complete thread -- done...thanks to both!
Complete thread -- Worked for Exxon as a *ball* operator. I googled it and not
Complete thread -- Agree totally!
Complete thread -- It is absolutely #1.
Complete thread -- I would transcribe as dictated and not add words.
Complete thread -- "egg" in groin
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- I say #2. the SA should be treated. (However) With his cardiac disease, I am unclear if
Complete thread -- thanks. Had it both ways several times!
Complete thread -- I would also hyphenate the phrase
Complete thread -- I would say #1 because sleep apnea affects cardio health.
Complete thread -- the pain "makes him cry"
Complete thread -- He is a 'do not take a breath' kind of guy. Where would the phrase, with his cardiac
Complete thread -- Adcirca, Perforomist, ? do not see the 3rd one.
Complete thread -- You mean you would type out the word "quote"?
Complete thread -- Help with 3 meds please
Complete thread -- I would type exactly what he said.
Complete thread -- "the pain quote makes him cry" obviously patient didn't say "him"
Complete thread -- ? catheters
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- dialysis s/l caf-er-tees TIA!
Complete thread -- Pediatric Gastroenterology Clinic at Jersey Shore University Medical Center
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just to clarify, in the original post I did not cap Pediatric Gastroenterology
Complete thread -- all of it, as you have in the original post
Complete thread -- sm for sentence
Complete thread -- What needs to be capped here? Pediatric Gastroenterology Clinic?
Complete thread -- Flagging and sending in report, shift over.
Complete thread -- : )
Complete thread -- I tried getting that, as I saw in prior report, but doesn't s/l it. Thanks
Complete thread -- I meant fibroepithelial. I need more than my hearing checked.
Complete thread -- childish and incorrect
Complete thread -- NM, I decided to continue the sentence. Need to send in now.
Complete thread -- you are just obnoxious
Complete thread -- detrusor???
Complete thread -- wow
Complete thread -- (So asking if 2nd sentence makes sense as well as last one.)
Complete thread -- Is it just me or does this not make much sense at all? Maybe putting
Complete thread -- perineal body 4. *Caval* contraction 1/5.
Complete thread -- (me neither) I think "reflection"
Complete thread -- consider reflection (rather than flexion)
Complete thread -- (where did epithelial go?)
Complete thread -- Thanks. it really was fibroadenoma. I need to check my hearing.
Complete thread -- tricho?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l triro epithelial papilloma
Complete thread -- Maylard?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Mayo" - and found a Mayo-Robson incision...?
Complete thread -- Can you verify Newsday PNC or P&C. I don't think so!
Complete thread -- I agree, using the same fashion as in the previous sentence.
Complete thread -- sounded sort of like - using that fashion?
Complete thread -- More info
Complete thread -- what is the sentence prior to this one? It sounds like "that"
Complete thread -- were then removed ______ fashion.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- partial ______ incision was made bilaterally by incising
Complete thread -- Thank you for that. I agree with being consistent and you sm
Complete thread -- are you sure you hear the or? loop resection? If not, I usually leave what they say.
Complete thread -- She has severe atrophy of the interosseous muscles, thenar and hypothenar muscles of
Complete thread -- Snarky 301
Complete thread -- "I did not take a loop or resection"/should it just be "loop"
Complete thread -- you never said anything about consistency until now and if it is a verbatim
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Perhaps, but she needs to be consistent throughout report, which she is not. :)
Complete thread -- WTH is a "RAPHE" appearance?????? That's just idiotic.
Complete thread -- patella is noun. patellar is adjective. but MHO, if he dictated patella, that is fine.
Complete thread -- Distal radius fracture. Femur fracture. Why not patella fracture?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- makes sense to me too
Complete thread -- I think okay. google just gives options, perianal, even peroneal sm link
Complete thread -- I hear "skin is dry with no rash."
Complete thread -- Skin was dry, no rashes (??? maybe)
Complete thread -- is she changing her mind or is she saying something else?
Complete thread -- Patellar fracture, not patella. :) PS: Flexion does not make sense to me.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- yep, invasion "into adventitia". Thanks!
Complete thread -- bless you. Let me go back and listen.
Complete thread -- adventitia?
Complete thread -- IMO, it makes sense because he/she is talking about it displacing.
Complete thread -- Yes, I just thought that myself. Thanks for your
Complete thread -- Not sure. My only suggestion would be, consider P & C.
Complete thread -- patella fracture
Complete thread -- Positive invasion s/l "genwenteesha"
Complete thread -- Newsday PNC...This is an employer...what does PNC stand for? Cannot document.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Thank you :)
Complete thread -- Retired medic United States Military Reserve. How would you cap this?
Complete thread -- Episodes of low blood sugar in the past. Most recently it was probably in March of 2011
Complete thread -- do you hear this clearly? "
Complete thread -- Does perineal dysplasia make sense here? It's a letter from a plastic surgeon to a
Complete thread -- The patient has calcific tendinitis of her shoulder.
Complete thread -- Sorry... you are right.. I hear it now. Thank you. Relistened 4 times and you'll hear it.
Complete thread -- no.. he definite states "palmar or Palmer"
Complete thread -- pulmonary emboli?
Complete thread -- s/l Palmer? palmar? Please see msg for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- chyle.
Complete thread -- The patient had a clear seroma with no evidence of *kyle* or blood. ...
Complete thread -- chemo-denervation of Fcl, fdp....
Complete thread -- s/l Qvad innervation of FCL, FDP tendons(listed in procedures).
Complete thread -- Perfect! Thank you!
Complete thread -- oh... I was thinking that someone insulted him, thanks for the insight!
Complete thread -- "creat" for creatinine?
Complete thread -- Oh hush up Darlene!!!
Complete thread -- "insults" just means "injuries" in this case
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "it" (the Duricef) can be decreased to 500 q.d. (from 500 b.i.d), but
Complete thread -- The patient’s fasting glucose was 119. His s/l "preat" at that time was 0.86
Complete thread -- fractures occur with minor s/l "insults" or ensaults...?
Complete thread -- thanx
Complete thread -- 1. Continue Duricef 500 mg p.o. b.i.d. If the acne is clear, the ___ ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- would leave blank but probably means surgery for osteochondritis dissecans of knee --sm
Complete thread -- I think he started to say "declines any Tylenol" and then changed it.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't begin to assume what he intended, since there is more that
Complete thread -- I hear "patient declines any narcotic analgesics. She stated she would..."
Complete thread -- the patient declined ___ or narcotic analgesics.
Complete thread -- "osteochondrans" for the left knee
Complete thread -- AOKOLN is here and on the prowl again.
Complete thread -- I didn't need to confirm it since I've heard it dozens of times, but if you need
Complete thread -- The "tee" as my "name" should have been a clue. Plus, anyone who has ever done a TEE
Complete thread -- Absolutely not: 1) raphe is not an adjective; it's a noun. 2) She spells it R-A-T-T-Y
Complete thread -- Thank you for the compliment, Darlene. I love cardiology. It's one of the first
Complete thread -- Pedestal??
Complete thread -- would have been good to tell us it was a TEE in the first place
Complete thread -- not so much
Complete thread -- sorry, I have to ask: what happened when you tried to confirm "ratty"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the confirmation.
Complete thread -- raphe, NOT ratty!!
Complete thread -- that's what I hear (calcium channels did not work)
Complete thread -- The patient is a retired welder and does machinery ________ work.
Complete thread -- I didn't say anyone made me feel cranky, was just pointing out
Complete thread -- I wouldn't want to make anyone "cranky." I help on the board too (when available)
Complete thread -- Might want to make your question clearer in the future so helpers are not
Complete thread -- agree Anthracycline. How to find for next time? Google.com & phrase minus hyphen tho sm
Complete thread -- good work OP, I can tell you are very skilled
Complete thread -- fibrous capsule ?
Complete thread -- Know what he meant. Wondering if any1 would type as is. My quotes, not his. Edited.
Complete thread -- like hot flashes. (if dictated quotes, I would put around "hot flashy".)
Complete thread -- She feels hot "flashy," sweaty, and feels like she is going to
Complete thread -- could it be calcium channel?
Complete thread -- He has been tried on different medications,beta blockers did not work, _____________
Complete thread -- tricuspid?
Complete thread -- tricuspid?
Complete thread -- I should have known that. Already sent with blank. He's a bad esl and I had to do two of
Complete thread -- it is common to do abdominal aorta and run-off to the lower extremity
Complete thread -- s/l "aorta" peripheral arteriogram
Complete thread -- Stedman's ANATOMY shows both
Complete thread -- Thanks. Can't hear that. Starting to think maybe it is just an extra sound and it's just
Complete thread -- subgastric?
Complete thread -- unable to obtain good s/l "uh gastric views" (doesn't s/l uh as in hesitation)
Complete thread -- antecedant?
Complete thread -- anthracycline?
Complete thread -- auto-cycling?
Complete thread -- auto-cycling?
Complete thread -- sounds more of a nickname from the doc. I can't find anything ....
Complete thread -- The vesicouterine peritoneum was identified and incised medially with ...
Complete thread -- might trying giving more information (surrounding sentences) since
Complete thread -- s/l anto-cycline based treatment of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma TIA!
Complete thread -- My Sted's Ortho ONLY has conjoined.
Complete thread -- Please help
Complete thread -- Please help me immediately
Complete thread -- Outstanding, glad I could help :)
Complete thread -- Good deal!
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- thanks to you - placed a MeroPack into the....etc
Complete thread -- You know, I thought it couldn't be, but after continuously listening carefully, I do
Complete thread -- thank you so much! I really appreciate it
Complete thread -- how about... Merocel packs into the ...?
Complete thread -- I'm thinking Merocel nasal packing but not sure...
Complete thread -- MT50- thanks for the giggles!
Complete thread -- I think Aspergillus - accent is always in the wrong place when its ESL LOL
Complete thread -- some kind of surgical packing, sm plse
Complete thread -- Super far way out there guess, but nonsterile?
Complete thread -- after application of a s/l "obternal" tourniquet to the proximal right thigh
Complete thread -- ...negative *as-PIH-joe-lis* panel as well as negative hypersensitivity panel.
Complete thread -- But you were willing to try, that's all that matters. Enjoy the rest of your day :)
Complete thread -- Time for me to hang it up today, once again sorry I was of no help
Complete thread -- I found Mintec listed with Inner Health Plus
Complete thread -- LOL It's all good, thanks so much for trying to help :)
Complete thread -- Shoulder Arthroplasty ... normal anatomical relationships of the shoulder joint. ... refer
Complete thread -- Yep, I'm finding many, many similar uses. All near the subscapularis, which is exactly
Complete thread -- series of three vessels (three sisters), the anterior humeral circumflex along ...
Complete thread -- Shoulder Anatomy Guide—Things to find in the lab .... The interval is developed and the “3
Complete thread -- haha how right you are, I was thinking along the lines of a hernia repair so sorry
Complete thread -- I don't think there are any spermatic cords in the shoulder :)
Complete thread -- does Minitec work for any of her diagnoses or symptoms or ???
Complete thread -- I'm thinking something along the lines of spermatic cord structures
Complete thread -- could the word "sisters" be structures?
Complete thread -- Okay thx
Complete thread -- if he says 'ugly' I'd leave it in.
Complete thread -- Hmm, could be. Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- What a great guess! Unfortunately, I still can't quite hear that. I'm going to send it
Complete thread -- ahhh...thanks!
Complete thread -- FYI, Stedman's lists it both ways
Complete thread -- TY, I think I've seen it both ways and never sure which was correct.
Complete thread -- sorry please read message I sent too soon
Complete thread -- Before I even look for it, just an FYI that it is conjoint tendon
Complete thread -- Ignore "both," that was a stammer I should have deleted
Complete thread -- Minitec drug?
Complete thread -- Sorry, sm
Complete thread -- Maybe "a sequela of"?
Complete thread -- The exact content of how it is stated, if it is a sentence what exactly that is, or
Complete thread -- You lost me
Complete thread -- or T1
Complete thread -- exact content
Complete thread -- gastroparesis, most certainly s/l "on a seckin" of narcotic use. I've tried to
Complete thread -- could be cirrhosis OR fibrosis
Complete thread -- Shoulder arthroplasty. Talking about "three ugly sisters" referring to anatomy, I
Complete thread -- MRI of spine indicative of (mumble) impingement at C5, C6, C8 *are tee one,* which...
Complete thread -- labs normally sodium, potassium, chloride, CO2, BUN, creatinine, glucose, calcium.
Complete thread -- I question the fibrosis...? if you google genotype 3, hepatitis and cirrhosis come up.
Complete thread -- today with regard to his hepatitis C cirrhosis or advanced fibrosis genotype 3"
Complete thread -- Well thank you! nm
Complete thread -- found this: (sm)
Complete thread -- Going to blank it. I think that's what he's saying, but better not guess. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I've never either, but maybe they can't swallow & it gets in faster that way?
Complete thread -- lol, it was "intraoperative cholangiogram appeared normal"
Complete thread -- Have you ever heard of giving aspirin per rectum for a sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You are so right. it is discontinue sooner if clear. i was listening for a name of cream
Complete thread -- s/l aye may be IV (infusion) or s/l up (may be drip) infusion
Complete thread -- I'd like the sentence. Wondering if he was told to discontinue sm
Complete thread -- It communicates, so I'd give it to him. M-W shows micro can stand by itself.
Complete thread -- 2nd could be sacral ala
Complete thread -- outer?
Complete thread -- . Once this was done, the _____ capsule that had formed around the gastric stomach
Complete thread -- s/l psudarif clear. the patient has itchy rash on the foot. he was told to discont
Complete thread -- if she dictates it like this clearly "micro pituitary prolactinoma"
Complete thread -- desquamation?
Complete thread -- Oops, spelled calculous wrong.
Complete thread -- blank in "operative findings"
Complete thread -- s/l descrivation
Complete thread -- will listen again
Complete thread -- Yarn of? wag
Complete thread -- Except spelled right
Complete thread -- pituitar microprolactinoma?
Complete thread -- seems like she is stuttering over bacteria, but I'm not positive.
Complete thread -- "micro pituitary prolactinoma" why cant I find it on google
Complete thread -- NM, time to send in now. Going to flag.
Complete thread -- Two helps...Please SM
Complete thread -- Once this was done, the *yanna* capsule that had formed around the gastric stomach wa
Complete thread -- WAG maintain adequate perfusion?
Complete thread -- Same as in 2 posts below (for BMP labs and other). Kinda long, so please
Complete thread -- something drip/infusion?
Complete thread -- WAV posted... he has eradicated the (????) bacteria with a negative result
Complete thread -- best to flag, as can't be sure reading off lab slip in order sm
Complete thread -- Has history of higher blood pressures, so maintain *urine-up aye-fusion.* Please
Complete thread -- yep, first chloride right where it should be and that is prolly glucose.
Complete thread -- Just saw this...yes, I agree. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both! I did think about it more and realized this would
Complete thread -- I bet 107 = glucose. right where glucose usually goes.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- one of those might be a blood sugar reading. I would flag both because
Complete thread -- Never guess, flag it and have them look it up for both.
Complete thread -- Then you shouldn't respond with EVERYWHERE if you do not know.
Complete thread -- BMP labs and trying to figure which one to flag in this context....
Complete thread -- Namenda
Complete thread -- medication s/l "amenda or emenda"
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Never mind. I will have to flag anyway b/c he's saying either "he quit smoking 45 years
Complete thread -- AZOR (amlodipine and olmesartan medoxomil) olmesartan = Benicar and olmesartan
Complete thread -- amlodipine/"Benicar" 10/20 once a day, "tramadol" 0.5% eye drops b.i.d.
Complete thread -- thanks for the clarification - I don't hear it much with solids.
Complete thread -- excuse me? did you have something to contribute?
Complete thread -- Any liquid volume, medications, input/output. Only thing that is not changed is solids,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Oops, I hear moist mucous membranes to start, then something (maybe EOMI??) after.
Complete thread -- No, not everywhere!
Complete thread -- ...atraumatic. *EOMI (???). Moist mucous membranes.* Conjunctivae intact.
Complete thread -- change it everywhere - they are equivalent
Complete thread -- command hallucinations though ______ delusional system.
Complete thread -- The cc abbreviation is changed to mL only within context of meds, correct?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- makes sense, hepatitis C cirrhosis, or ... but should fibrosis be cirrhosis?
Complete thread -- should "or" be here... Does it make sense?
Complete thread -- atherosclerotic heart disease or sudden...
Complete thread -- distress. HEENT: Normocephalic, atraumatic, _____, conjunctivae intact. Neck: No
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- No evidence of premature _____ or sudden cardiac death.
Complete thread -- a tiny addendum/clarification. by making unstable angina as dx#2 sm
Complete thread -- actually either would "work".Admitted for chest pain & dictator is
Complete thread -- That is an impression, chest pain and patient is being admitted to rule out cause. Seriou
Complete thread -- progression of his CHF maybe
Complete thread -- I believe it is bibiotic (like 2 antibiotics) as opposed to tribiotic (3 antibiotics)
Complete thread -- was then copiously irrigated using 2 liters of _____irrigation. Hemostasis was
Complete thread -- aokoln is back
Complete thread -- Seriously
Complete thread -- she needs it. No wonder she has no job with all her errors.
Complete thread -- There is NO diagnosis, just that the patient has CHEST PAIN and is being admitted to RO
Complete thread -- Isovue would work - perhaps he is mixing up Omnipaque and Isovue?
Complete thread -- Denies any command hallucinations though ______ delusional system. Denies any suici
Complete thread -- Could it be the name of an ultrasound system (ultrasound-guided injection)?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Omnipaque?
Complete thread -- now it s/l like percussion.
Complete thread -- not sure, he has a cold so hard to say exactly
Complete thread -- precursor?
Complete thread -- s/i Omni view
Complete thread -- He is increasing short of breath and there appears to be a s/l precaution of his
Complete thread -- There, but for the grace of God, go I. So I will pray for her and ignore her nasty posts.
Complete thread -- I was thinking that too since he said "and" and not "or" ? but he never said angina prior
Complete thread -- I agree, I would have them as two separate issues
Complete thread -- Not ruling out chest pain (angina) because he/she already has chest pain.
Complete thread -- I vote for two diagnoses.
Complete thread -- not sure if 1 DX or 2
Complete thread -- thanks. Thought so, just got baffled.
Complete thread -- tumor load
Complete thread -- She has all kinds of time on her hands. She posted recently about desperately needing job
Complete thread -- interval improvement in _____ was noted.
Complete thread -- For future reference, you could google medication dosage abbreviation pc. :)
Complete thread -- on
Complete thread -- wav file. Pretty much have it except the on or off!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Yes, very clearly PC.
Complete thread -- p.c. is post cibum, after a meal
Complete thread -- Are you sure it is not a.c. instead of PC?
Complete thread -- Heard a new dosage abbreviation today and am having hard time documenting
Complete thread -- follow in 2 days (to follow in 2 days)
Complete thread -- hydration and the recommendation follow _______. The patient is feeling well.
Complete thread -- this is aokoln again, you have been outed and your style recognized
Complete thread -- drs have high risk prescription rules called "schedule" likely Oxyconin is schedule II.s
Complete thread -- Bingo! Pathetic. Sad. She must be terribly bored this morning.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- link for you
Complete thread -- S/l he's saying urine drug... but above says positive.
Complete thread -- papaverine
Complete thread -- Drug?
Complete thread -- click on even one of those hits...
Complete thread -- RBCs and WBCs. _____ screen was negative.
Complete thread -- *Per-pair-in* was also was instilled into the vessels....Not heparin
Complete thread -- this is aokoln just trying to create the argument/discussion post of the day (again)
Complete thread -- exam?
Complete thread -- I would read those first before SCREAMING at others who have read them.
Complete thread -- Read and learn. She did the right thing. Good for her!
Complete thread -- presents with the discs from her CAT scan of her brain and craniofacial s/l staton
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Evoxac
Complete thread -- s/l ecovac
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks but he says the "a" as a long a as in a-fib
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I can hear it now.
Complete thread -- Correct, clean-contaminated case.
Complete thread -- Dix-Hallpike
Complete thread -- Complications: None. *Clean* contaminated case
Complete thread -- s/l "mixed" Hallpike maneuver? Please see msg for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- mag (magnesium) oxide?
Complete thread -- med s/l atoxide
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- vacuum mixed
Complete thread -- s/l acu mixed Palacos PMMA
Complete thread -- Yes, the danger of Google. You have to actually click the links to research.
Complete thread -- I just read that below and am amazed that someone argued the fact.
Complete thread -- Fluconazole is an antifungal antibiotic. It is a pill. Your links are not reputable.
Complete thread -- For those below saying fluconazole is NOT an inhaler. Read people!!!!
Complete thread -- ? scheduled
Complete thread -- If you think there is just one, you are nuts!
Complete thread -- Seriously? Did you not google either? IT IS FLUCONAZOLE!!!!
Complete thread -- You, too, need to google. Fluconazole IS an inhaler!
Complete thread -- Google it. It is!!!
Complete thread -- ESL. Word starts with SH, beyond that, I have no clue.
Complete thread -- I think I might need more coffee. I think he means 100 to 200 units
Complete thread -- status post left pons CVA with spasticity
Complete thread -- thank you, I changed that.
Complete thread -- she is dictating in past tense... -sm
Complete thread -- Skelaxin would fit myopathy, maybe that?
Complete thread -- missing a word in lab test...
Complete thread -- zestril?
Complete thread -- s/l gilicon or skelacon
Complete thread -- s/l gilicon or skelacon
Complete thread -- Mavik
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Synthroid, hydrochlorothiazide, Norvasc, ___Pravachol, Cl ...
Complete thread -- Atenolol, Prilosec, pravastatin, ___, calcium, multivitamin, fish oil, ...
Complete thread -- Go to YouTube and type in "George Carlin - The American Dream" and watch video.
Complete thread -- I was actually putting our school systems down, lol. Read. I'm also disgusted
Complete thread -- Great! I'll know next time. Thanks.
Complete thread -- This is the usual poster who enjoys putting people down
Complete thread -- Manners was 5th grade. Guess "wow" didn't make it that far.
Complete thread -- yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- sertraline?
Complete thread -- sirchline medication?
Complete thread -- I left a blank on this. Thanks!
Complete thread -- should I place hyphen here?
Complete thread -- ahhhh! Thanks..I needed that.
Complete thread -- no, I cannot hear cellulitis... I'm gonna scream b/c I think he means inflamm of staples!
Complete thread -- I favor fecal marker
Complete thread -- I don't remember learning that in school. Of course, it's been years....
Complete thread -- yes, full sentence always helps --- agree with cellulitis
Complete thread -- How about manners?
Complete thread -- left hilar mass, LIKELY pneumonia
Complete thread -- I'd check fluticasone also. I'm pretty sure fluconazole is not in an inhaler.
Complete thread -- I bet they mean fluticasone
Complete thread -- didn't we all learn this in like third grade or something?
Complete thread -- fluconazole?
Complete thread -- what reputable sites? compared to what already given.
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- lowercase p = pathology staging
Complete thread -- s/l "foe conna zoll" inhaler. My dingaling PA.
Complete thread -- Thank you. That helps greatly.
Complete thread -- Edited to Add: One week is singular (week's) and two weeks is plural (weeks')
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- I'm so confused. Why is it...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- right-based pneumonia?
Complete thread -- Three-vessel umbilical cord. Good term. ?
Complete thread -- You betcha :)
Complete thread -- THANKS!!!! ...
Complete thread -- Phyllodes tumor :)
Complete thread -- Surgery
Complete thread -- Help with pediatrics note, please.
Complete thread -- free ALT (anterolateral thigh) flap
Complete thread -- underwent "uh freedt ALT (ai-ell-teef) swap" and revision secondary to poor signal in
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- Thanks! He's repeated the whole thing about 4 times. Dictates results, then says
Complete thread -- prostate staging googled/explained. click link
Complete thread -- air makes sense also.
Complete thread -- yes = x
Complete thread -- esl says 6.2 "into" 3.7 cm and 3.8 "into" 1.5 cm. Does he mean "x" (by)?
Complete thread -- Can you hear cellulitis?
Complete thread -- After chemo, the patient has s/l "right based anemia" and bilateral pleural effusions
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- If he seriously means inflammation at the staple site, I'll scream
Complete thread -- staple-itis follow-up
Complete thread -- OK, s/l B T3b N1 MX. Don't know what that first letter is. S/l B or P
Complete thread -- prostate cancer, stage s/l "BD3b N1 MX. I know usually first letter is T, but can't
Complete thread -- Probably was. That looks familiar. Thanks.
Complete thread -- another link to look over the phrases, it is the word intervening that is throwing you.
Complete thread -- I see enough on google, "I" would use it, but up to you sm
Complete thread -- Runnemede, NJ ??
Complete thread -- but the histological findings with normal (s/l intervening mucosa),
Complete thread -- I hear IONs (with an S)??
Complete thread -- nm, will blank
Complete thread -- I'm looking for a city/town in NJ (assume) that s/l Linna meed. I've looked at
Complete thread -- my speaker not working, may be Stainless Steel Crowns (formerly “ION”)?
Complete thread -- sounds like ION
Complete thread -- Stainless steel crowns were 3M _____brand fitted and cemented
Complete thread -- I wonder if tunnel means removal via a "port" (a guess tho)sm & link
Complete thread -- Thanks. I came to same conclusion. Was finding mass-like consolidation, which often
Complete thread -- my opinion mass-like
Complete thread -- when you google.com with your phrase (click the link)
Complete thread -- In recommendations, he says
Complete thread -- Gyn
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- In the impression, he says
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray: Left hilar mass, like pneumonia. Or Left hilar mass-like pneumonia
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I think he is saying micro, but with his accent it comes out marker...?
Complete thread -- WAV posted, just need to know if you hear micro or marker
Complete thread -- do you think it could actually be faecal micro and culture?
Complete thread -- When I googled Tooth B stainless steel crown it showed this (sm)
Complete thread -- guess ~ ionomer?
Complete thread -- to use or not use eponymous possessive is a matter of client preference.
Complete thread -- Bell's or Bell is not wrong. It's a matter of account specifics.
Complete thread -- Stainless steel crowns were 3M *I ams* brand
Complete thread -- If anyone is spelling it wrong, it would be Americans. We have Noah Webster to thank for
Complete thread -- SSC crown *D 6*.
Complete thread -- but, likely either England, Australia, Canada poster, they spell
Complete thread -- yes, not US, thank you all :)
Complete thread -- In the US. Faecal is the British spelling (used in Australia and other countries
Complete thread -- (she also spelled organised...another clue)
Complete thread -- the OP isn't from the US...she has it spelled right for her.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!!! It was clear as a bell and driving nuts!!
Complete thread -- yes, except spelling should be "fecal" see link
Complete thread -- try dimensionless
Complete thread -- six 12-weeks?
Complete thread -- Echo/Doppler. Does mean & peak gradient, then s/l the "dimensionalist" index was 0.38
Complete thread -- does this make sense?
Complete thread -- Wrong. It is Bell
Complete thread -- Oh goodness, thank you! I thought I had looked up every possible spelling. Tx again!
Complete thread -- s/l sy a this looks like cyesis sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- link named after Charles Bell. check with acct specific/client sm
Complete thread -- Bell or Bell's, whichever is dictated
Complete thread -- Apparently another term for pregnancy - s/l sy-A-this or sy-A-thisn. more..
Complete thread -- Is it Bell's palsy or Bells palsy. Can see it both ways. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I am just blanking because he definitely does not say that, although
Complete thread -- and Lovaza should be capitalized
Complete thread -- sertraline (Zoloft) would work for depression
Complete thread -- med list. ... s/l serline and lovaza.... past hx is diabetes, hypertension,
Complete thread -- yes. severed end of vessel was made neater to facilitate anastamosis.
Complete thread -- artery of the thumb. *This was refreshed.* Approximately 2 cm
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- index finger. A ______ clamp was
Complete thread -- please give actual sentences dictated
Complete thread -- Thanks, just wanted reassurance.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- looks good to me
Complete thread -- fungal instead of photo will make it OK
Complete thread -- Sounds like opportunistic photo element - see message
Complete thread -- proper comma placement?
Complete thread -- I think it is green. Looking visual changes plus CHF, gives color green-blue changes
Complete thread -- Finally got it. She is saying anastrozole. Thank you!
Complete thread -- The patient is status post mastectomy
Complete thread -- did not think of that, was thinking gradient, grey, or green.
Complete thread -- ? coloring changes
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I have 3 words I am dithering between.
Complete thread -- Yes, I believe you are correct, this dictator is great for..
Complete thread -- goodness, dictator perhaps creating new term as staple "itis" i.e., inflammation of area
Complete thread -- my guess 'refresh" is meaning like when it is said debridement, i.e., sm
Complete thread -- and there is this sm
Complete thread -- I believe 'release" means the release of a BP cuff to see how blood flows (or not)
Complete thread -- I see it listed in Tessier 3rd ed. almost 20 listed have to do with eye sm
Complete thread -- I can't hear that, but thank you. He got a blank.
Complete thread -- I'm definitely hearing a "p", but thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- venous?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Patient complains of bilateral lower extremity pain with
Complete thread -- digital artery of the thumb. *This was refreshed.* Approximately 2 cm of
Complete thread -- steatitis?
Complete thread -- staple-itis
Complete thread -- Possibly "veering"?
Complete thread -- s/l Rizzuti clamp
Complete thread -- visualized and was seen *gearing* off the common digital artery
Complete thread -- okay, thank you.
Complete thread -- maybe he works in the Benefits (HR) department?
Complete thread -- they pronouce TLIF like "tee lif" most of the time
Complete thread -- I am assuming that is always even if dictated wrong? Tnx
Complete thread -- Babinskis are downgoing.
Complete thread -- does'nt sound like it, but maybe sounds more like "tee-if"
Complete thread -- babinskis are downgoing, babinski's is downgoing
Complete thread -- TLIF?
Complete thread -- instrumented fusion with s/l "TF" or dif
Complete thread -- Oh, actually, this one isn't a "recorder," it's a converter.
Complete thread -- Ditto. I like this one, use it all the time here.
Complete thread -- Many reputable sites show it as arabic too. Grade 1-4.
Complete thread -- he HAS benefits (not does)
Complete thread -- sleeping trouble//sleep and trouble: sound identical
Complete thread -- understand - thanks
Complete thread -- the "if verbatim" section was my suggestion, not a google hit.
Complete thread -- yes it's verbatim..thanks.
Complete thread -- I also hear "a course of". I would go with it because it is clear.
Complete thread -- a google hit.
Complete thread -- ago, but nonetheless she - comma?
Complete thread -- I am also hearing "a course of" but not sure of what he means...
Complete thread -- shown atypical small acinar proliferation (ASAP) ...with a ?course of
Complete thread -- another mp3 uploaded. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- seeding the implant
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Duh, all I can say is
Complete thread -- significantly compressing the "thecal" sac.
Complete thread -- I know what extent means. He was stumbling and wasn't sure if that's what he was
Complete thread -- nm, makes sense
Complete thread -- sure, check a dictionary - extent: the space or degree to which a thing extends
Complete thread -- cranial and caudal s/l "extent" significant
Complete thread -- I think she's saying "golf" and changing it to baseball.
Complete thread -- "looks like a s/l 'cough' baseball" in her right thigh.
Complete thread -- learn something new every day - I've been typing 1-4 for more years than I care to count
Complete thread -- Meyerding's Scale. Grade. Amount of Subluxation. Grade I. <25%. Grade II. 25-50%. Grade II
Complete thread -- http://www.uvaspine.com/isthmic-spondylolisthesis.php
Complete thread -- clevelandclinic.org/disorders/back.../hic_spondylolisthesis.aspxHow is spondylolisthesis g
Complete thread -- I've always put 1 instead of I with that....?
Complete thread -- is grade 1 spondylolisthesis wrong? Must it be only grade I with a roman numeral dig
Complete thread -- Yup!
Complete thread -- Most references do say to use followup as noun/adjective. But some places/accounts
Complete thread -- pallet jacks?
Complete thread -- duties: occupational driving, operating s/l "palajetics"
Complete thread -- I think followup is more correct than follow-up in an adjective or a noun
Complete thread -- Sent with blank as it's a stat. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but it's "and something" and s/l harbull. She's Portuguese. I have no clue.
Complete thread -- sleeping trouble as needed?
Complete thread -- Ambien for sleep and s/l "harble" as needed.
Complete thread -- nm, figured it out, enough medicines
Complete thread -- He makes me crazy. He's a nephrologist and usually calls one stone a "calculi."
Complete thread -- Old wav is still there.
Complete thread -- since they used left twice already and then said 'right'. I'd bet left is right, but you
Complete thread -- not likely, and you don't know which is correct.
Complete thread -- not likely, and you don
Complete thread -- not likely, and you don
Complete thread -- A left tube for a left stone in the right kidney?
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match (for me)
Complete thread -- He states that the muscle relaxant helped him. Therefore, I have aske ...
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- download some free mp3 recorder.
Complete thread -- how can I turn my file into a MP3 so that I can upload as an MP3
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- He works for Sanofi, a drug company.
Complete thread -- he works for s/l sanafe, he does benefits, (he lives in NJ) 35-year old male
Complete thread -- I know good and well she has helped me several times. It is the OPs
Complete thread -- if they are using the board as a student on tests, then no that is not what this
Complete thread -- ah, you are wise and wonderful.
Complete thread -- and Humira?
Complete thread -- need a drug
Complete thread -- What difference does it make. Isn't that what this help board is about helping.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll just put Tab-A as he says. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- found Tab-A-Vite ?
Complete thread -- s/l Tab-A vitamin (tab bay)?
Complete thread -- This person had multiple OB questions. They are either a newbie or
Complete thread -- I hear that so clearly now! Thanks.
Complete thread -- He has been diagnosed with sleep apnea in the past.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- 0.1 mL
Complete thread -- permanent/partial disability rating
Complete thread -- Dictated: One-tenth of 1 mL of 1% lidocaine - how to write 1/10 of a cc?
Complete thread -- actually, Darlene did answer correctly.
Complete thread -- blah blah, then show all of us, should be in archives in black and white.
Complete thread -- Crede's maneuver. Description of Crede's maneuver. Crede's maneuver: A manual procedure fo
Complete thread -- Thanks... it was ansewred incorrectly below so I added the wav file.
Complete thread -- Crede extraction (this was answered below)
Complete thread -- The placenta was removed via ______ extraction.
Complete thread -- Not familiar, haven't done IMEs in years, but check this link?
Complete thread -- anyone who posts here knows good and well her postings and the results.
Complete thread -- brace for scoliosis or maybe molding the brace?
Complete thread -- is there a way that I can turn it into an MP3 file? How?
Complete thread -- sounds like something focusure wheeping or leeping
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying
Complete thread -- PP as medical shorthand- what does it stand for
Complete thread -- (not loud enough for my elder ears, cranked up max at my end) SM
Complete thread -- missing a risk of surgery, can you help
Complete thread -- Show us. Pull up the archives. Show us how useless.
Complete thread -- you must not do surgery or you would know
Complete thread -- here is link for drugs.com wildcard & phonetic search (save it)
Complete thread -- tip for next time, I note 2 END in letters "pril" you can go to sm
Complete thread -- probably meant FNA was sent to (pathology dept) just got twisted around (transposed)
Complete thread -- I also agree! not many MTSO acct specifics & client wants are the same
Complete thread -- Royal District Nursing (RDNS provider of home nursing and healthcare services
Complete thread -- makes perfect sense to me. They keep track during OPs the fluid in and fluid out.
Complete thread -- s/l cruday= crede manually extracting the placenta sm
Complete thread -- There
Complete thread -- cord traction
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- above the rounds (ligaments)..
Complete thread -- fundus above the _____. Vertical skin incision.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- just means they were not visualized, not that there are none.
Complete thread -- s/l quaternary (fourth) she must be gravida 4 and this will be her 4th cesarean section
Complete thread -- Sorry, guess I was more questioning that is said NO rectus muscle so thought
Complete thread -- makes no sense. No I's and O's on operation. That's checking balance on intake and out
Complete thread -- s/l cruday extraction
Complete thread -- easily found googling, see links
Complete thread -- There were no *rectus muscles* visible and entry was made bluntly
Complete thread -- looks fine (my acct doesn't allow I's and O's - we spell that out, but I see nothing wrong
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Is this typed ok?
Complete thread -- ? mons - as in mons pubis
Complete thread -- level of the fundus above the *rounds*. Vertical skin incision
Complete thread -- maturity for _______ repeat cesarean section.
Complete thread -- Could move OUT-ward
Complete thread -- no problem...
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- in the proximal left ureter.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Agree with poster. You should learn to spell, Darlene. Hard to hide who you are
Complete thread -- deliVerate???????????????????? You could learn to spell.
Complete thread -- RDNS (Australia)?
Complete thread -- Agree, she should follow her account guidelines, not somebody on a help
Complete thread -- another deliverate smoke screen, by the real stalker; leave people alone
Complete thread -- NM, decided to flag. Stat and need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Continue DuoNeb q.4 *ADC* while awake. Please sm for context
Complete thread -- some accounts want that capped tho, she should double check if not sure.
Complete thread -- Ventolin, 2 to 4 puffs ... AeroChamber, and the Flovent, 2 puffs ...
Complete thread -- For the Ventolin, two to four puffs every four hours as needed with an ...
Complete thread -- do NOT cap emergency dept
Complete thread -- seems to me both would be chlorhexidine?
Complete thread -- hmmm..FNA is fine needle aspiration, but the 'sent off for FNA' doesn't quite fit...
Complete thread -- omg, that's exactly what he's saying.
Complete thread -- Arnulfo B Bonavente, M.D.? SM
Complete thread -- Physician in Maryland (probably around Prince Frederick) that s/l Dr. Bone uh vimpy.
Complete thread -- She is currently being seen by (s/l RD&S) for daily dressings.
Complete thread -- have an ultrasound-guided aspiration of the cyst (??sent off for FNA).
Complete thread -- Cholestat? Daypro? Actigall?
Complete thread -- Necrotic tissue was first cleaned w/ chlorhexidine and scrubbed w/ *flor-ax-i-dine*
Complete thread -- WAV posted - medication help!!
Complete thread -- extensor retinaculum?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'd thought of that, too. I just listened again and now I think it's *rolling*
Complete thread -- I always thought "running" a fence, was like running the bowel. They go down the whole
Complete thread -- callous tissue?
Complete thread -- You are just so incredibly dense, sometimes, I think you are just being deliberately
Complete thread -- Or maybe s/l *running* on another listen... Would that make any sense?
Complete thread -- Pt says she was *roy-ning* her chicken fence so her nephew can mow the lawn...
Complete thread -- The *gal-us* tissue was debrided ...careful over the s*ten-rac-u-lus* tendon
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- glimepiride??
Complete thread -- Meds ?s
Complete thread -- I wasn't being mean, I was correcting her spelling. I don't know what her s/l is...so
Complete thread -- I think you may be right. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Is he saying "after midnight. It was noted he had"?
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please
Complete thread -- Darlene is always doing this. Take it with a grain of salt.
Complete thread -- That troll is you. You are the one always yelling psycho troll
Complete thread -- Thanks, nm!
Complete thread -- s/l wagner
Complete thread -- Maybe he's saying resolution *of* bladder outlet obstruction?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you, Carol. I came to the conclusion he must be spelling it the way he /sm
Complete thread -- SIR-spheres
Complete thread -- My physician assistant is still a dingaling. lol
Complete thread -- Thanks. I guess it's possible he's misreading "1" as "I" (s/l eye).
Complete thread -- Pt. w/metastatic colon CA, had chemoembolization with (spelled) S-U-R-E spheres...
Complete thread -- no significant vaginal bleeding beyond expected....
Complete thread -- So what? Most everyone here knows 90% of your posts are useless.
Complete thread -- Don't worry, just darlene making yet another stupid post.
Complete thread -- P1 segment is between basilar artery bifurcation and posterior communicating artery
Complete thread -- Does anyone know what the "PI segment" would be on MRA of the brain?
Complete thread -- But the OP is not a troll. She was talking about her PA that is dictating.
Complete thread -- ????????????????????????
Complete thread -- yes. When you enter your phrase in google.com acorn uterine manipulator up it comes
Complete thread -- Movin' on. Thanks to anyone who listened
Complete thread -- Per the ICU nurse the patient had no significant vaginal _____ expected range after
Complete thread -- new to the word board are you? There is a special troll, we all know it, guess not you.
Complete thread -- acorn uterine manipulator ...
Complete thread -- Did you get your answer. I need to post a WAV.
Complete thread -- opps sorry posted on the wrong one. Sorry
Complete thread -- Did you get your answer. I need to post a WAV.
Complete thread -- You do realize that the poster was saying that about the PA dictating and not about anyone
Complete thread -- The patient underwent _________ cervical epidural steroid injection
Complete thread -- umm, maybe s/l small cell is "small solute clearance"? link
Complete thread -- oops, posted in wrong area, ignore this post, I will move upward
Complete thread -- thank you, but it sounds like s/l small cell clearance.
Complete thread -- here is definition for Kt/V if ya need it sm
Complete thread -- one can always tell, it is YOU who YOU are talking about, YOU tell on yourself, what think
Complete thread -- here is definition for Kt/V if ya need it
Complete thread -- my speakers messed up so can't listen. see my notes/sharing
Complete thread -- Try Thayer, KS
Complete thread -- Try Thayer, KS
Complete thread -- She's a big-time ding-a-ling PA.
Complete thread -- if clear, used to dictator, I would go with it, (just short-speaking I think)
Complete thread -- wav posted. Patient on hemodialysis. ... URR 73% indicating adequate ___ clearance.
Complete thread -- This a.m. the patient was making hoagies at a "senior citizen" and developed
Complete thread -- a small town near Chanute, kansas, that sounds like there ...
Complete thread -- Euflexxa?
Complete thread -- and how do you know if this is the same person?
Complete thread -- nowhere..one word.
Complete thread -- That could be it. Thanks. I'm about finished with report and haven't gotten any other
Complete thread -- sinus as in sinus rhythm??
Complete thread -- There is also report of patient being "sinused/sign ussed" in the field.
Complete thread -- Why be so mean. A little guidance might be helpful.
Complete thread -- Thanks Darlene that is it.
Complete thread -- You are not responding back yet on any of your other questions so we have no idea
Complete thread -- Ortho
Complete thread -- Thank you for your response.
Complete thread -- second in the series of three ______ injections into the ankle. He ha ...
Complete thread -- need to check out dose on metformin 5/500 two tablets b.i.d
Complete thread -- second in the series of three ______ injections into the ankle. He has not had any advers
Complete thread -- Euflexxa® - An Injectable Treatment for Osteoarthritis Knee Pain
Complete thread -- tri- one word, no hyphen.
Complete thread -- Here is the answer from QA:
Complete thread -- Can you give us the whole sentence? or preferably...a lil more info? diagnosis?
Complete thread -- why the concern? So what.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm going to leave it because I can't hear "nothing" and think he is saying
Complete thread -- I had a doctor who said "nil significant" in every report.
Complete thread -- ROS: As in history of present illness. "Nil else" of significance.
Complete thread -- Wonder why they stopped signing their name as Green
Complete thread -- ankle injection s/l eflux injection. Series of 3.
Complete thread -- ankle injection s/l eflux injection
Complete thread -- followup today for a recent status post strap diffusion for a bunion correction
Complete thread -- s/l hageman = Haglund=bony bump that develops in the back of the heel.
Complete thread -- Ortho
Complete thread -- no, just this dictator's way of telling BiRADS category (some say ACR code) just we have
Complete thread -- hypersteatosis
Complete thread -- hyperplasia
Complete thread -- flagging, ty!
Complete thread -- s/l..... Hyper-po-sis
Complete thread -- NM, flagging.
Complete thread -- Thumb opposition and intrinsics are intact. *oh-case-lines* intact except for....
Complete thread -- Don't be unkind. Not necessarily new at all, many exp need help
Complete thread -- Of course! Thank you!
Complete thread -- also can use (depending on dictator style) BUN and creatinine or
Complete thread -- prostate seed?
Complete thread -- So was it "mams" or what? Curious, because I couldn't find anything when
Complete thread -- what is "meant" is BUN creatinine ratio if can use slash do like so BUN/creatinine
Complete thread -- Keeps saying "prostate C brachytherapy." Is he just abbreviating cancer?
Complete thread -- Dr. s/l Buh-ser-ja from wound care service. Cincinnati OH,
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion BB!
Complete thread -- just heard back from QA, its the same as BiRADS category or ACR.
Complete thread -- alteration of "awareness" ? nm
Complete thread -- ...and hand surgery could go with rheumatoid arthritis.
Complete thread -- questionable alteration of ____ to assess for
Complete thread -- I hate that don't you? I have asked dozens of times for posters
Complete thread -- GYN procedure (TAH-BSO), s/l "McKit" universal stirrups
Complete thread -- was pt on Imuran and had bout of pancreatitis, now on other drug?
Complete thread -- PSH: Uterine suspension relageeson stipenhan surgery. (Could be #4, not part of #3)
Complete thread -- he says it like a word "mams" would that be slang/short for mammogram? would that be too
Complete thread -- Never mind. She goes on to say vanco was decreased and Ancef increased to 2
Complete thread -- He also added Ancef 1.5 "mg" every 8 hours. I guess she must mean "g"
Complete thread -- Purinethol then Imuran.. Please see msg...
Complete thread -- nm, tri-compartmental arthritis of the left knee.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Xrays show tri-compartment _____ of the left knee.
Complete thread -- nvm, found it MOJO
Complete thread -- PT, s/l Mojo brace (sm)
Complete thread -- WAG -- Ditropan?
Complete thread -- usually hear BI-RADS code 2 or ACR code 2.. new Dr. says, s/l *mams* code 2. anyone
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- She is currently on (s/l sitrovent), Detrusitol and cranberry
Complete thread -- Oops, she just said she got the dates mixed up, so ignore. And she
Complete thread -- Doc referring to *M R I T* twice in this context. She seems to be saying
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- oh, and endocardium is a common term on an echo.
Complete thread -- I hear 153,000?
Complete thread -- endocordium, endocardium, he's probably just saying it wrong.
Complete thread -- Echo: images are quite technically limited and *indo-core-dium* not well visualized
Complete thread -- adding
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- trademark site has no such thing trademarked or registered. I don't see need for
Complete thread -- S/l haas foot?
Complete thread -- associated with edematous changes
Complete thread -- metformin dose off. example 5/500 50/500 a combo etc(one pill with 2 meds inside) sm
Complete thread -- essentially is associated, not sure yet about the blank. segment of splenic...
Complete thread -- mp3 doesn't match
Complete thread -- thickening of the colon, essentially _____ changes with nonspecific
Complete thread -- just below the tract of the introducer?
Complete thread -- platelet count _____ , BUN is 20, creatinine 1.0. Electrolytes are normal.
Complete thread -- s/l omamarb may be olmesartan(Benicar)Sm for def & samples
Complete thread -- Yes, I know. I was just pointing out that an article that constantly is misspelling
Complete thread -- Status post total hip arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- Here is a Lippincott link for "King Tong."
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The poster just suggested an answer. No need to be snarky.
Complete thread -- looser (not as tight)
Complete thread -- did you see how they were spelling forceps?? Obviously they have a problem
Complete thread -- try searching on images, and 'kong' is not a valid response. however, 'king tong'
Complete thread -- found Winquist :-)
Complete thread -- s/l loser offloader?
Complete thread -- s/l wood cris or wood trust extractor? (removal of tibial hardware)
Complete thread -- thank you. logs of hits for king kong, apparently that may be a slang, too. Hard to say.
Complete thread -- King Tong (see link)
Complete thread -- King Kong or king kong or king tong clamps?
Complete thread -- cannula was placed _____ introducer into superior posterior quadrant o
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- 6-mercaptopurine or Imuran. First says "Remicade or rather." He changes it from Remica
Complete thread -- Another GI note, same dictator. Patient with Crohn's disease.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- This is a 65-year-old man
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- first one sounds like "colitis with ___ chronicity"
Complete thread -- second one is granulomata
Complete thread -- Help with GI note, please
Complete thread -- No anticipated
Complete thread -- the procedure. No _____ encountered airway difficulties being SaO2 patient
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you, Indian MT
Complete thread -- euthyroid?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- She says that for many years she was a s/l "muthyroid" on no medications
Complete thread -- The _____ was washed and dried and then _____ was placed
Complete thread -- s/l old plank retractor
Complete thread -- A fresh _____ knife was then used to incise the fascia lata
Complete thread -- KRAS and BRAF
Complete thread -- -represented a poorly differentiated appendiceal adenocarcinoma
Complete thread -- A baseline circulating tumor cell count was only 1 with 129 *unassigned* cells.
Complete thread -- There is *poor view* into the left eye... is this said like this normally
Complete thread -- merci.
Complete thread -- flagged and sent, thanks
Complete thread -- KRAS - Stedman has both KRAS and K-ras mutation - dictates as Kay ras and Bee raf
Complete thread -- BOS - type one of the numbers if 2 numbers are together.
Complete thread -- yes, it does.
Complete thread -- s/l folk-sheen and dural elevator ?
Complete thread -- does this make sense?
Complete thread -- Thank you :)
Complete thread -- May be it's Centinel... as in "Sentinel with a C "... ...
Complete thread -- Good one. I was going to suggest amnesia but I like rosacea better.
Complete thread -- rosacea ?
Complete thread -- Either a slash or a comma would work with my accounts, or I could put sm
Complete thread -- I think the "problem" is a new MT, not new doctors, just from looking
Complete thread -- can you hear that word, Lovacia???
Complete thread -- I hear the same as you - dictator referring to all hand muscles sm
Complete thread -- I cant do that, but I can make commas, slashes etc.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "of small finger," but I could be wrong . . .
Complete thread -- great, thank you
Complete thread -- I would type it: BUN 33, creatinine 1.09. But I have that liberty . .
Complete thread -- BUN creatinine of 33 and 1.09
Complete thread -- I'd definitely go with 106 to 80, as the 80 goes with "when I repeated it" part sm
Complete thread -- please help, something not quite right here.
Complete thread -- doctor dictates:heart rate 106 to 80 when I repeated it.
Complete thread -- I can forgive ignorance. Laziness gets me every time. Google it.
Complete thread -- dictated as metformin 5/500 two tablets b.i.d
Complete thread -- what is an ARB?
Complete thread -- losartan is an ARB
Complete thread -- how can I know if that is what it is, her medications I am attaching...
Complete thread -- Yes it is !! And it fits in perfectly
Complete thread -- On an ARB? (for high BP?)
Complete thread -- I'll bet it's monofilament - used to check light touch sensation - would
Complete thread -- I will listen again and let you know
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- monofilament ? Frequently used to test for peripheral neuropathy in diabetics
Complete thread -- can anyone help me?
Complete thread -- You do realize we don't charge by the word here, don't you?
Complete thread -- Why would you not ask your supervisor, QA, etc? Anything we told you
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- had to sign off with blank. tx
Complete thread -- Anvil retractor?
Complete thread -- s/l Sukt rotator was applied to the spine as a next step.
Complete thread -- 10 and 2 sound very alike - listen for it again
Complete thread -- got Sponseller pedicle screws, can any one confirm if itis right? Sponseller?
Complete thread -- struction. We used s/l Sponseloer S1-iliac screws. No hits on google.
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of an "Anvor" retractor?
Complete thread -- hmm, I did find NovoFine needles.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Should read "Novafine Lantus." Not saying NovoLog, Novolin, etc. NovaFine
Complete thread -- 2 blanks - glimepramide 10 mg (thought glimepiride but 10 mg??) - Novafine insulin
Complete thread -- IF in the spine, =sentinel sign,(radio finding) & sentinel graft sm
Complete thread -- really need more info, are we in the spine? s/l lift may be ALIF?
Complete thread -- oops, hit ENTER too soon, betcha dictator"routine phrase." Look for an old report for ref.
Complete thread -- hint for next time. Betcha a
Complete thread -- A sentinel *lift C* interbody graft was then sized out and measured to ...
Complete thread -- they also use the term "medical jacket" (referring to medical records)
Complete thread -- military sometimes uses the term, "medical packet"
Complete thread -- usually its ST changes? or ST-T - but have heard P wave, PR interval, QRS complex, and
Complete thread -- Well, I guess it's "medical record." Duh. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I have advised the patient to get her s/l "medical trackett" and discuss with the i
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- no acute changes
Complete thread -- Although PQ segment depression is known to be one of the typical ECG changes ....
Complete thread -- She was admitted and ruled out for MI. She had no s/l E Q changes on her EKG. She
Complete thread -- could you give entire sentence, just before and after
Complete thread -- elevated potassium with therapy? nm
Complete thread -- Could it be ARD (acute renal disease)
Complete thread -- Sorry, more context here. (sm)
Complete thread -- More info
Complete thread -- elevated potassium with s/l ARP
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- no, thanks though, really has a long U sound "oo forms"
Complete thread -- Yes!! Thank you soo much. ...
Complete thread -- diminished breath sounds
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- ghost forms would work too...
Complete thread -- ghost cells?
Complete thread -- ? ill-defined unenhancing
Complete thread -- zero
Complete thread -- ? Urinalysis was positive for s/l youth forms, WBCs and RBCs.
Complete thread -- how would i type 0 achilles reflexes, shall i add +0
Complete thread -- The CT thorax also showed mild intrahepatic biliary ductal dilatation ...
Complete thread -- okay,
Complete thread -- i was never given clear, instructions, so is it okay that i add it in?
Complete thread -- Agreed. I only add mg if I need to break up numbers, like Vicodin 5/500 1-2 tabs a day
Complete thread -- On my account, we never add what was not dictated and this goes for
Complete thread -- how would you type it, dictated gabapentin 600, should I add in mg?
Complete thread -- This was under findings. But I just figured it out -- outset.
Complete thread -- yes, had this in dictation. Non-seminoma testicular cancer 4 types sm
Complete thread -- I believe he is saying "shots"
Complete thread -- onset? where does he dictate this in an OP?
Complete thread -- This is not mumbled or dictated fast. It s/l shaz Thx
Complete thread -- The patient was at the *upset* of her menstrual period. Op note for
Complete thread -- Cialis???
Complete thread -- No hyphen.
Complete thread -- med s/l shaz
Complete thread -- That is it! I just uploaded it...thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Lewy-body? (not sure on that spelling)
Complete thread -- Sorry, he is mumbling so badly, it is hard to even get a good s/l...moving on.
Complete thread -- drug s/l Attract-ine cream for thick skin surrounding wound.
Complete thread -- Sleep medicine...s/l willie-bada disease (see message)
Complete thread -- Nevermind
Complete thread -- past medical history. s/l lovaca
Complete thread -- ESL - not a medical word (see message)
Complete thread -- I found it. Tearisol.
Complete thread -- sending with blank
Complete thread -- VR put "Parasol"
Complete thread -- Does anyone know of eye drops that s/l Terasol 1 drop each eye b.i.d. I found
Complete thread -- thanx, thanx,
Complete thread -- (Mgt forwards the thanks to MT50!:-)
Complete thread -- yes, yes.
Complete thread -- meritorious? would be simpler to use merits as a verb.
Complete thread -- is trap short for trapezius, makes sense
Complete thread -- fine by me. doc could have said atypical; apparently trying to avoid "abnormal"
Complete thread -- thank you for trying, must be my computer
Complete thread -- another sound file with too much buzzing...sorry.
Complete thread -- Thank you! :-)
Complete thread -- Hips show that there is __ some buttock pain on the left hand side, negative on the r
Complete thread -- AHA... Grover's!
Complete thread -- wav posted.
Complete thread -- scar-overs?
Complete thread -- check the indications at this link, see if anything matches?
Complete thread -- Patient with seborrheic hyperplasia and s/l carr-overs (sm)
Complete thread -- I think I found what I posted before, but tell me if it makes sense
Complete thread -- JIC the poster is still hanging around. – Topicalization of the airway is the spread
Complete thread -- I know I'm late, but for the archives also. – Topicalization of the airway is the spreadi
Complete thread -- Seriously? Did you even take note of the variety of the values, and they obviously fit
Complete thread -- No, but thanks anyways. He is ending it in "us".... mare-i-tus ...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- IL-2 Ab
Complete thread -- repeat blood tests including his (s/l IO28B) genotype
Complete thread -- okay thanks!
Complete thread -- (forget my suggestion; Oasis is closer.)
Complete thread -- yes - Mal perforans is a chronic foot ulcer commonly found in diabetics with neuropathy
Complete thread -- Malassezia
Complete thread -- and sometimes it sounds like non-per-for-us ulcer ?
Complete thread -- mal perforans ulcer
Complete thread -- Maleschezia furfur (spelling undoubtedly wrong; I'll be back)
Complete thread -- merit?
Complete thread -- It is unclear whether she is s/l maritus?? of prophylactic antimigrain ...
Complete thread -- I THink the "d" that you are hearing is elision from the"d" of and?
Complete thread -- s/l mal-per-for-us
Complete thread -- never mind. I found it.
Complete thread -- He is not passing any more s/l skibula
Complete thread -- but doesn't it sound like he says edemia, which is not a word but it s/l
Complete thread -- yes :) TY Mgt!
Complete thread -- melena and anemia?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- could be optimization
Complete thread -- Karl Storz
Complete thread -- WAV posted 1 blank
Complete thread -- can't get what kind of telescope...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 0-degree _____ telescope
Complete thread -- SO often a word in that position in context = "stabilization"
Complete thread -- . A 0 degree _______ was inserted through the Dedo
Complete thread -- x-ray results: spina bifida occulta and entra additional anatomy.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Just found it, too (after long search)
Complete thread -- seton
Complete thread -- pachymetry?
Complete thread -- s/l See-tons
Complete thread -- receptionist. He then told her to shut up.
Complete thread -- s/l topilitization may be optimization of airway sm
Complete thread -- Patient with keratoconus and cataracts. s/l Ta-chemi-tree showed thinning, measuring
Complete thread -- was rude to my receptionist and told her to shut up.
Complete thread -- She was rude to my receptionist, and he went over to shut up.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both for your input. I do hear burning.
Complete thread -- He started to say "right" and changed his mind and said it later.
Complete thread -- There are absolutely no words in between. Ty.
Complete thread -- Today, she has a mild __ headache over the right temporal area. There ...
Complete thread -- burning there basically means "burning rubber" (the tires) by revving engine so fast,
Complete thread -- working on?
Complete thread -- s/ topilitization of airway
Complete thread -- "are" no obvious
Complete thread -- sacral?
Complete thread -- She has a negative s/l Earl's test. (hand orthopedics)
Complete thread -- i have that same link in my favorites already, but thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l del-see-yum topical solution (not Delsym cough medication)
Complete thread -- Is "burning* his motorcycle some kind of lingo that means something
Complete thread -- ? rightward
Complete thread -- listen for little words (knees IN THE medial...)
Complete thread -- there is no obvious s/l "siccle" lesions over the lumbosacral spine
Complete thread -- ? anemia
Complete thread -- change investigation to investigate
Complete thread -- the soft palate _______ deviation and fixation
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- stage IA mixed cellularity Hodgkin's disease that presented to her left neck sm
Complete thread -- See if this helps (sm)
Complete thread -- WAV posted referring ** for a gastroscopy to investigation his melena and (???????).
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yes, underlying -- poi beat me to it
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- underlying
Complete thread -- how is it dictated exactly? e.g., does he dictate the slash, "point 5" or "half a mg"
Complete thread -- is it maybe p.r.n. - so it would be up to 4 times a day?
Complete thread -- I injected his knees' medial joint lines. Knees s/b possessive, right?
Complete thread -- i hear prior to the start of the case
Complete thread -- bluntly and sharply dissected away from _____ tissues and scrotal skin.
Complete thread -- Patient administered 2 gm of Ancef IV piggyback _____ the case.
Complete thread -- ? nonseminoma.... and ? TxN2M1bFX ? Do these look right?
Complete thread -- I'd thing 0.5 mg is such a small dose, which is why its given 4 times a day.
Complete thread -- Almost like it has a buzzing sound over top of the voice and some background noise.
Complete thread -- I can hear it, but it is such a bad sound file I can't make out anything.
Complete thread -- hmm....because Valium has a long half-life, there would be no reason to administer it more
Complete thread -- I'm not able to access your wave file.
Complete thread -- Weird - one of the previous dictations actually says 22.5 mg q.i.d.
Complete thread -- More like Valium, #20 (pills), 2 mg daily / 0.5 mg q.i.d.
Complete thread -- Thanks, MT50
Complete thread -- Does Valium 22 mg/0.5 mg p.o. q.i.d. make sense? Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- lab work to check a valproic...
Complete thread -- I will post again, when the other post is answered, thanks for trying
Complete thread -- The patient was also encouraged to get lab work "ten check" or ...
Complete thread -- WAG: subsid(e?)(a?)nce (sp?)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I would not assume BNP: those values are all over the map.
Complete thread -- incumbent (check my sp), means obligatory, or is my responsibility
Complete thread -- I can hear it but it is very muffled and I can't hear your blanks.
Complete thread -- I max'ed the volume at my end; still insuff volume to hear. Re-wav with volume max'd at
Complete thread -- ? IgG
Complete thread -- I uploaded a wav, I cant get it clear. Can you?
Complete thread -- Persistent ankle pain.
Complete thread -- AND I got the answer too. PCNL!
Complete thread -- message here... Sorry.
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- not for kidney/pancreas
Complete thread -- NEPHROSTENT
Complete thread -- relisten for "since her 20s"
Complete thread -- ? Savary
Complete thread -- Might be, not sure though. Blanking and sending on. Thanks for the input!
Complete thread -- putting on a new wav, hope it is clearer
Complete thread -- I will upload again. Thank you for trying
Complete thread -- blood products, not clots, but couldn't get the rest. Audio is terrible.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- missing risks of surgery
Complete thread -- for that!
Complete thread -- xplain BMP 5 findings with no name of the test given; makes no sense at all
Complete thread -- This patient presents with probable stage IV S/L seaword 3 GE junction adenocarcinoma
Complete thread -- can I just leave it as it was dictated, or is that wrong?
Complete thread -- could very well be, but if he didn't say Smith and...just type Nephew
Complete thread -- in her 20s, not 20 years old... an approximate in her 20s.
Complete thread -- I'd definitely say age 20s, since she's only 57 and it can't be 1920s.
Complete thread -- more like he's changing his mind and maybe instability, which appears to be well...
Complete thread -- what would this mean, 20 years old?
Complete thread -- transplant. He had previously a Nephew* stent placed. Is this Smith and Nephew?
Complete thread -- can you catch that missing word?
Complete thread -- can you hear "tail of parotid"
Complete thread -- could it be click as in clicking the fingers?
Complete thread -- i think that is it, tnx
Complete thread -- Usually its gin and tonic? maybe rye and tonic (rye whiskey) ?
Complete thread -- I've researched, I've been trying s'thing with parotid but can't find ...
Complete thread -- thanks to you all for your never ending knowledge ...
Complete thread -- roy and tonic ?
Complete thread -- ?non-iodine contrast
Complete thread -- a guess, I had dictator who used "recon" reconstruction sm
Complete thread -- hand x-ray shows mild s/l substinance of joint space TIA!
Complete thread -- Interestingly, he did just undergo a CTA with contrast s/l (non-II) and did not have
Complete thread -- CMC grind test negative. No pain with c/l check or pinch grip. TIA!
Complete thread -- "on call" as in before being brought to the procedure.
Complete thread -- yes, on call to the OR - I hear every day.
Complete thread -- BNP 134, 6.8, 104, 25, 20.4 makes no sense. Since the 6.8 is potassium, I would think BMP
Complete thread -- I guess that might be okay - he took it right before the procedure as
Complete thread -- Refill vaginally? Can you post the sound file?
Complete thread -- I would think parotid would be in there somewhere.
Complete thread -- I'm assumng dictator giving BNP (CHF/heart prob) since sequential values given
Complete thread -- Very muffled. Any guesses? GYN is not my forte . . .
Complete thread -- have you tried researching this? You have a lot to go on.
Complete thread -- I agree. I was trying to think of this to suggest also.
Complete thread -- I agree. Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- OPERATIVE SUMMARY: The patient is brought into the procedure room. He ...
Complete thread -- I have offered to change (?)
Complete thread -- pure guess, can't find HAG. maybe clipping term A/G (albumin/globulin ratio)
Complete thread -- Palpation of the neck reveals a firm nontender mass in the left upper ...
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- progression
Complete thread -- perception of disease
Complete thread -- found it Gelnique.
Complete thread -- okay, got Cotton osteotomy
Complete thread -- s/l per ish on
Complete thread -- DX: s/l TIL or TIO, triple arthrodesis and s/l cotton osteotomy.
Complete thread -- Should that be BMP (followed by sodium, potassium, chloride, CO2 values)?
Complete thread -- either would be correct, depending on what your account prefers.
Complete thread -- Help with medication for urinary frequency and urgency. s/l "jalmic". TIA
Complete thread -- yes, I think I will go for it, as it will be sent for proofing anyways.
Complete thread -- Is there a history of high blood pressure?
Complete thread -- Sounds like Covera, but you have to be 100% sure!
Complete thread -- do you think I should go for it?
Complete thread -- Well, there is Covera-HS (verapamil)?
Complete thread -- probably left side of face, at the angle of the jaw.
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: SULFA, IV DYE, s/l COBARA, AND TORADOL.
Complete thread -- how would I write that laparascopic or lap cholecystectomy?
Complete thread -- Of course, if not sure, flag it...
Complete thread -- I appreciate it
Complete thread -- lap cholecystectomy?
Complete thread -- I hear a "z" sound...
Complete thread -- could it be toprol?
Complete thread -- tHANKS! Do you hear the first medication?
Complete thread -- Zocor?
Complete thread -- past surgical history: S/l lapicocystectomy
Complete thread -- Garlique
Complete thread -- posted my question from b4, stuck on 2 medications, garlic and the first one...
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- H-A-G
Complete thread -- Does the dictator say the letters H-A-G or the word hag?
Complete thread -- ? labs - HAG ?
Complete thread -- I will post a wav, cause there is not much around to help
Complete thread -- Charnley
Complete thread -- orbital floor to provide a (___) retraction of the right lower lid
Complete thread -- s/l Connelly
Complete thread -- s/l barrier gayser retraction of the right lower lid
Complete thread -- Might be Garlique, but that other poster is right, you need full sentences or context (sm)
Complete thread -- No clue with no context. Give a sentence to help us help you
Complete thread -- ever heard of a medication called "garleek", can I assume that he means garlic?
Complete thread -- wrist drop
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! On fresh ear - gel rolls.
Complete thread -- s/l shelled ?
Complete thread -- She has her arm in a s/l wris trop brace. nm
Complete thread -- There is a s/l mallison laceration over the left eye. nm
Complete thread -- "preputial" and "balanitis!"
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- You're welcome! I just Googled you s/l and Google did the work for me. ;)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- parafalcine
Complete thread -- NM - MRI was from 2006 (slip of the fingers, typed as 2012) - going with poor
Complete thread -- I had seen and evaluated him and
Complete thread -- MRI review: s/l Poor resolution films reviewed with PT. No official report available.
Complete thread -- s/l peri-cal-seen calcification TIA!
Complete thread -- any ideas? Is it a sort of doctor?
Complete thread -- I also hear that, but what on earth does it mean?
Complete thread -- left angle of the jaw?
Complete thread -- The second blank I think is doing home exercise, but the first is funny
Complete thread -- Sorry, i posted over before I saw her question. i will post again in a few minutes.
Complete thread -- Triple zero angled curet. 000? 3-0? thank you.
Complete thread -- I think he is saying "He was using (or doing?) his home exercise program..
Complete thread -- sent it on with a blank. thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- He was gently placed on s/l 6 post-jackson table? tx for any ideas.
Complete thread -- I hope that is okay, cause she never uploaded her question
Complete thread -- I will upload again
Complete thread -- 1 recurrence 2 ___ home
Complete thread -- I was listening to it and then someone posted over it.
Complete thread -- more info on same area from different report...
Complete thread -- MP3. Patient with multiple facial fractures from an assault.
Complete thread -- can you please help me with this
Complete thread -- quite a few times in the archives, lol. (more popular than I would have thought)
Complete thread -- meant -- now referred to as cefazolin (error not cefalexin)
Complete thread -- Cephalexin group of drugs called cephalosporin "1st" generation
Complete thread -- for next time, it is "e" encrustation sm
Complete thread -- a wee section of sample report "patient was rolled prone on gel rolls" sm
Complete thread -- gel rolls sm & link Gel rolls are placed on all bony prominences
Complete thread -- I bet you go on YouTube and open a dozen accounts so you can thumb up your own comments.
Complete thread -- Just because the class name is spelled ceph. never means that the drug when it was created
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- There's a Gel-E Donut. Trademarks above.
Complete thread -- Nope, ceFazolin is bastardized since the cephalosporins were originally spelled cePH-
Complete thread -- She has had permission in the past to hold
Complete thread -- Nope, you're 100% wrong. cefazolin [cephazolin]. Get over it.
Complete thread -- Please stop talking to yourself. I would trust a respected group such as D&D before I'd
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- facet joint intra-articular injection L4-L5, L5-S1 - s/l yellow or Jell-O roll
Complete thread -- this is the most frightening thread I have ever read
Complete thread -- Manley's in the West Village offers delivery service.
Complete thread -- one the left MORE THAN the right (not "lower")
Complete thread -- subauricular is beneath the ear - preauricular is in front
Complete thread -- why would you stand by an incorrect answer?
Complete thread -- everything
Complete thread -- I wonder if it's mainly. If so, bad sentence structure, but . . .
Complete thread -- You're going to throw her "logic" right out the window. LOL. Cause obviously she
Complete thread -- it has nothing to do with logic - it's a chemical name
Complete thread -- no, no, no. cephalexin is cephalexin. Has nothing to do with cefazolin.
Complete thread -- nope. it's never cephazolin
Complete thread -- cephalozolins are not a drug class
Complete thread -- new york city IS a town
Complete thread -- Town don't know, but New York City. ...
Complete thread -- could be the name of a local business. what town?
Complete thread -- The patient is a 22-year-old right-hand-dominant male who works as a * ...
Complete thread -- cephalozolins come groups/generations, 1st generation had a drug
Complete thread -- Wow, thank you very much.
Complete thread -- steinstrasse colic
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Portio is it, thank you!
Complete thread -- I think that's it! TY!
Complete thread -- Fulkerson? "Patella stabilization (fulkerson) osteotomy is performed to improve stability
Complete thread -- portio = cervix, but don't know of a prefix for portio (pra?)
Complete thread -- first time she says it she kind of stumbles
Complete thread -- Colposcopy - 2 different spots I can't make out.
Complete thread -- or maybe sound out the s/l more? Syllables, et cetera.
Complete thread -- That's because European countries changed to "cef." First-generation cephalosporins still
Complete thread -- can you post the sound file?
Complete thread -- thanks. I've searched spelling every which way I can think of too. see msg
Complete thread -- any other clues?
Complete thread -- Went thru Stedman's "modified", all the "F and V procedures" - see nada that fits.
Complete thread -- right knee modified s/l focasin procedure
Complete thread -- I wish there was a "like" button on here.
Complete thread -- . There were none all the way to the
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- I'd say that the one who was talking about throwing punches is more a bully. LOL
Complete thread -- I stand by this answer, even if we do have a crybaby bully in our midst.
Complete thread -- No, you're not worth a punch. What 'truth' are you speaking of? Like you accused
Complete thread -- Whatcha gonna do, punch me if I continue to speak the truth?
Complete thread -- If you guys ever used 'trolls' right, it might be worthwhile paying any attention. But
Complete thread -- Stop. I never said that a drug book didn't have it. Never. And your logic means zilch
Complete thread -- Sure, you're giving "facts" and I'm just lying about what my drug reference says and what
Complete thread -- Yep, it has never worked for me either.
Complete thread -- TMI
Complete thread -- Someone definitely is 'raggin' today, a few of my replies got my chops busted for NO
Complete thread -- You can ignore all the posts you want to. I am just giving facts. If "I" bother you
Complete thread -- You may have decades of experience at starting arguments with people for no damn reason,
Complete thread -- My experience through the decades of working is that those "secondary" spellings are never
Complete thread -- What does that have to do with what I stated? The more common spelling for another
Complete thread -- and very rare is the spelling for cephalos ceph.
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- When I google cephazolin, it gives me nothing BUT cefazolin.
Complete thread -- oh I see, is because you heard the dictator & know that this is not a male?
Complete thread -- I haven't either, but it actually seems like the more logical spelling, since
Complete thread -- okay. still never saw that sp. actually used.
Complete thread -- Drake & Drake says cefazolin [also: cephazolin]
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- where is it ever spelled cephazolin?
Complete thread -- cefazolin /ce·faz·o·lin/ (sĕ-faz´o-lin) a first-generation cephalosporin effective against
Complete thread -- Neither one is a brand name. Preferred spelling is "cefazolin" but it's also sometimes
Complete thread -- TY! FTR, spelling is great :)
Complete thread -- Cefazolin or cephazolin
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- the once instance that we found . .. ... .. . face, that turned out to be . .. ... .. .
Complete thread -- nuchal (check spelling)
Complete thread -- After fall.... patient experienced pain in the s/l new-co region with variable
Complete thread -- in (into the mix)
Complete thread -- considering switching him to infliximab or adding (s/l "a" or "in") methotrexate.
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- All the systems were reviewed and negative other than as per
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- i am not same poster as below.
Complete thread -- does this make sense and if not, how would you change?
Complete thread -- All her symptoms were reviewed ____ per HPI.
Complete thread -- No, but it says "if this is a male it'd fit," not "if this is a male with BPH"
Complete thread -- Yes, that could be it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Zygoma was stable and nontender.
Complete thread -- I thinkso. Lots of hits on google "lateral pharyngeal banding" to source.
Complete thread -- op here... I'm hearing "Zygol mole" and can't hear anything else!
Complete thread -- subauricular (in front of the ear?)
Complete thread -- I didn't see where it was said "all men"
Complete thread -- s/l subaricular
Complete thread -- Flomax for the prostate.
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- wav posted. tenderness to palpation around the orbital rim. ___ stable and nontender
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone.
Complete thread -- the Conrads. No apostrophe is needed. The Smiths. The Jacksons. The Conrads.
Complete thread -- All males take tamsulosin? How would being male make it fit?
Complete thread -- Family being more than one person.
Complete thread -- But "the Conrads" would mean friend of the family, which is plural, so Conrads' would be a
Complete thread -- It sounds like penicillin to me.
Complete thread -- Clarify: Patient is a child.
Complete thread -- just wondering if you're the same poster as below with same s/l?
Complete thread -- Conrad, but it's a child, so I was assuming it was a friend of Conrads (plural).
Complete thread -- tamsulosin (generic Flomax) maybe saying it as 'tamsulon" - if this is a male it'd fit
Complete thread -- never mind. Thanks anyway. Just going to blank.
Complete thread -- No fever, no chills, just nausea, vomitting and sm
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- whatever the last name is, it would be possessive, either Conrad's
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- NM, flagging them both and moving on.
Complete thread -- When I googled "coil to can vector," I get varying hits but many of them
Complete thread -- or Conrads?
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Triamcinolone, Advair, Neurontin, trazodone, Spiriva, Top ...
Complete thread -- Muchas gracias - it helps to have wild-card search available (drugs.com) nm
Complete thread -- Is the last name Conrad?
Complete thread -- You're most welcome.
Complete thread -- she is on levothyroxine s/l two 28?? mcg per day for suppressive thera ...
Complete thread -- She is a family friend of the Conrads. Does Conrads need to be possessive, i.e., Con
Complete thread -- Oh, hold on, I think it means CAN is pending a trademark/patent. Agree?
Complete thread -- Can somebody read this and figure out why CAN is capitalized?
Complete thread -- Pt with IPF. Workup for secondary causes of *ee-oye-pee* was negative. Please
Complete thread -- goodness, I agree!!! brilliant CS
Complete thread -- Nvr mind - found it. Glow 'N' Tell tape. had never heard of it but used with venogram.
Complete thread -- TY so much. :)
Complete thread -- Amazing! TY so much! Bang on. :) TY TY
Complete thread -- You are brilliant!!! Thank you so much. I hear the "t" now!
Complete thread -- Maneuvers to assess the sacroiliac joint did not elicit any tenderness. nm
Complete thread -- _____ could not elicit any tenderness. sorry. no clue on first part.
Complete thread -- wag - tamsulosin? nm
Complete thread -- Thanks, dot!
Complete thread -- Gelnique gel
Complete thread -- wav posted. Maneuvers and ______ tender.
Complete thread -- Just a med in the list. He says S/L "emm ess uh lon" - i'm stumped.
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks!
Complete thread -- IVC filter placement OP, " ___ (s/l glow tape) was placed on the patient's back. nm
Complete thread -- For mixed urinary incontinence
Complete thread -- THANKYOUTHANKYOU
Complete thread -- I know. This is pre-op, post-op and procedure
Complete thread -- agger nasi cell
Complete thread -- weird that this would not be mentioned elsewhere, like in the preop diagnosis or something
Complete thread -- always works for me.
Complete thread -- s/l agarnahsea
Complete thread -- OK, I searched archives for post a link and got some answers that
Complete thread -- Tradjenta
Complete thread -- s/l ker-gent-uh 5 mg q. a.m. TIA!
Complete thread -- the appropriate fashion given the anatomic picture that _____. The
Complete thread -- removed and our cut was checked with a block and ____ the proximal tibia was sized to
Complete thread -- WAV posted one blank
Complete thread -- I remember someone saying to make your page no bigger than 100%
Complete thread -- I saw a post once that mentioned what to do to post a link when that happens, but I forgot
Complete thread -- I have not been able to post one either or I would have answered that.
Complete thread -- P.S. In last part of this followup, I asked how to post a link if anyone knows.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help! : )
Complete thread -- Creatine kinase (CK), also known as creatine phosphokinase (CPK)
Complete thread -- I'm finding reference to both CK and CPK in context of
Complete thread -- Doc seems to be saying *CK* or *see-kays* or *CKs.* Then he refer to CPK....
Complete thread -- yep, not few glyc.
Complete thread -- I totally agree with fugue-like
Complete thread -- That makes NO sense. As usual. The crazy one here is the one who
Complete thread -- Randall? See links for more suggestions
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. Blanking this, as it is not very clear audio.
Complete thread -- Spanish ESL. with the s/l special stone forceps
Complete thread -- 20,300 hits for bibasilar
Complete thread -- orthostatic increase in heart rate
Complete thread -- definitely not - dictator even goes on to rule this out
Complete thread -- fugue-like events
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Wrong. That would be you who agrees with yourself. Not a troll and not crazy and not the
Complete thread -- same crazy troll always posts again, trying to make it look like agreements
Complete thread -- Thanks. I can't tell, so I'm going to flag it.
Complete thread -- (?) pleasant to talk to
Complete thread -- second thought, could also be increase in heart rate or decrease in heart rate.
Complete thread -- that's it (smacks head) Thank you!
Complete thread -- I think correcting, I would do like so sm
Complete thread -- Definitely fits here. Thanks!
Complete thread -- racing?
Complete thread -- pale gentleman who is pleasant and _______. Vital signs are stable. He is afebrile
Complete thread -- short for glycemic?
Complete thread -- glyc events???
Complete thread -- Thank you. I do not think that is it.. I am not hearing comp-en-sating, more compass. Thx
Complete thread -- s/l orthostatic creasing heart rate
Complete thread -- lab sites show lower case, I don't think it's a "biggy" sm
Complete thread -- long shot, but maybe he is saying There is no compensating?
Complete thread -- s/l compass gaiting. Please sm for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down MC&S (microscopy, culture, sensitivity) nm
Complete thread -- not really enough info but there is sclerotization & sclerotized sm
Complete thread -- I think it is called "underlay" (underlay mesh repair) sm
Complete thread -- hmm, can't find/think of anything. Drugs.com with "tril" sm
Complete thread -- I agree. I would have felt insulted by it if I were the op.
Complete thread -- will relisten for that. thanks again!
Complete thread -- callus?
Complete thread -- that's it...
Complete thread -- deviated?
Complete thread -- earlier she said wart between the first and second toes now in
Complete thread -- Hallux valgus deformity with s/l cast formation between the toes secondary to
Complete thread -- she has a large s/l CVA hallux and valgus rotation noted on the
Complete thread -- guess s/l peripheral may be ? percutaneous excision sm
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- but you are! -- crazy crazy troll
Complete thread -- Per BOS2 lower case
Complete thread -- having ice?
Complete thread -- Class IV or class IV ?
Complete thread -- Cannot imagine that anything to do with a "knife" would be okay at home
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- on blend (might be referring to the cautery)
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- see inside
Complete thread -- Exact sentence please
Complete thread -- PT term, s/l hovel knife
Complete thread -- maybe i hear overall?
Complete thread -- s/l solar
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- That makes more sense to me, but I think I'm going to give him
Complete thread -- Guessing ~ in-front sideburn
Complete thread -- Patient wants to undergo a second facelift.
Complete thread -- WAG talkative?
Complete thread -- slightly pale gentleman who is pleasant and _______. Vital signs are stable.
Complete thread -- it is verbatim, so underlie will have to do.
Complete thread -- sorry hear should be instead of here, typo
Complete thread -- I cant find or here the met in the beginning of the word, but
Complete thread -- There is metrileptin, but that is used for obesity and metabolic disorders, not sure if
Complete thread -- underlie is a word, but if you are questioning grammatically, my opinion it would be
Complete thread -- is that underlay?
Complete thread -- I could not find any medication like this that fits her PMH, any ideas?
Complete thread -- it's the word underlie that I am questioning?
Complete thread -- Not sure where you looked, but google had lots of hits.
Complete thread -- thanks so much, I tried so hard to hear and it was so simple!
Complete thread -- http://www.ethicon360.com/products/surgical-mesh
Complete thread -- can't document - underlie PROCEED mesh?
Complete thread -- Plenty on the subject on Google (probably started as a docism)
Complete thread -- s/l escharotomized?
Complete thread -- thyroid ultrasound
Complete thread -- Areas to be sclerotomized* were identified. Is this a right word? He clearly says it.
Complete thread -- Reason for consultation: Abnormal thyroid function test and thyroidal ___
Complete thread -- I guess I will go with that, cause no one else answered
Complete thread -- Intertragal and intergluteal cleft management
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- not sure but shouldn't "conset" be consent. They usually sign a consent
Complete thread -- or an MC&S (microscopy, culture, sensitivity) - Stedman's Abbreviations, Acronyms, &
Complete thread -- meaning the uterus has the consistency of a sponge.
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- Intraoperative findings, a 20-week size *spongy* uterus was removed. ...
Complete thread -- I never have, for what that's worth.
Complete thread -- does free T4 have to be capitalized in the middle of a sentence
Complete thread -- A posterior slab of two side s/l cassettes were placed at the end of procedure.tx
Complete thread -- I got 410 hits for bibasilar rhonchi when I googled.
Complete thread -- sinus slash his conset was obtained for repair of triceps before proceeding.
Complete thread -- I just checked it out again. I was using the box under archives instead of ontop of the
Complete thread -- how do you use the archives? When I clicked on the archives
Complete thread -- see message, is the doctor correcting herself or does she mean something else
Complete thread -- Really? Literally hundreds of uses of it in the archives.
Complete thread -- the doctor dictates "LUNGS: Bibasilar rhonchi.", I cant find bibasilar
Complete thread -- 1. 13 AKs. 2. History of SCC in situ R lateral cheek without sign o ...
Complete thread -- knock it off
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- yep, units
Complete thread -- Creon "24,000 mg q.i.d." Should that be
Complete thread -- not scarred down to underneath the skin, mobile.
Complete thread -- mobile makes sense to me, the scar moves freely, isn't adhered to the
Complete thread -- Laterally based calcaneal incision is s/l "moe-ball", though some scarring is noted
Complete thread -- Anything ring a bell with C&P?
Complete thread -- and tries to follow (no s) commands
Complete thread -- "The patient looks clinically s/l "CMP or CNP"
Complete thread -- maybe he was saying +2 station, then repeating plus 2 station...?
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- was fully dilated, (at) +2 station, gestation is normally in months/weeks/days?
Complete thread -- The patient was at fully dilated *+2 station/plus gestation*. ...
Complete thread -- While I can't hear possible, I'm fairly certain from other text that is what
Complete thread -- I thought of that already and I don't hear it, though it makes sense.
Complete thread -- with possible or possible excision?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Yes, found that too. Guess it would look better to cap.
Complete thread -- diagnostic biopsy, *peripheral* excision
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- mefloquine see link
Complete thread -- patient traveling to Haiti.. sm
Complete thread -- check NRAS p.Q61R (Though I also see as N-ras)
Complete thread -- I found N-ras in Stedman's Oncology. Will see what I can find elsewhere for the rest of
Complete thread -- Does anyone know correct way to transcribe "nraspq61r mutation"
Complete thread -- NM, I think he's abbreviating simulation, which would make sentence redundant anyway.
Complete thread -- U gave a good s/l
Complete thread -- CT simulation after he returns back in October for s/l "sim/soon"
Complete thread -- Kelly clamp it is. Thanks!
Complete thread -- towel clamp
Complete thread -- ?Kelly clamp
Complete thread -- Cobb's (ref. to angle)
Complete thread -- The skin tag was clamped with a s/l teleclamp s/m
Complete thread -- not sure first one but 2nd is (sitter)
Complete thread -- Psych note, mp3 posted.
Complete thread -- like she knew THAT already.
Complete thread -- congenital butterfly vertebra in her thoracic spine
Complete thread -- yep, think it's seed
Complete thread -- pat taking methotrexate
Complete thread -- you missed the word "function" after thyroid.
Complete thread -- might be mispronuncing Fergon iron supplement? nm
Complete thread -- Cannabis, also known as marijuana sm
Complete thread -- Technically speaking Marinol is a synthetic [chemical] "pill" form of cannabis sm
Complete thread -- yep, nested/nests of (a collection of) Have heard it sm
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks to all!
Complete thread -- got it - i think she's saying ephelides
Complete thread -- DCIS?
Complete thread -- s/l effedoties...sm
Complete thread -- deficit? Defect?
Complete thread -- Everyone needs to look at Stedman's. They have different things in different
Complete thread -- I don't give a flip what Benchmark has. I have the darn books and they do not show HCG
Complete thread -- It's NOT just GI/GU - It's others as well, including OB/GYN
Complete thread -- Billy Bob corrected her - first post under her question.
Complete thread -- Thanks. You're right about the status post, but it's not dehiscence.
Complete thread -- why do you have side effects with a hyphen?????
Complete thread -- Legal or not, my brother's doc gave him Marinol and told him if he wanted...to go ahead
Complete thread -- left breast dehiscence, status post bilateral not 'as' post
Complete thread -- s/l desalius
Complete thread -- you are right, she is describing it...ha. ...
Complete thread -- with the exception of beginning a sentence, then it'd be HCG.
Complete thread -- I've never heard 'nested' but you have the patient described it as what sounds like...
Complete thread -- doctors ever say s/l "nested" cancer? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- did not s/l invasive, but thanks. ...
Complete thread -- and were marginal beneficial
Complete thread -- invasive?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just butchering it I think also.
Complete thread -- a type of breast cancer?
Complete thread -- mental status changes and were ____ beneficial for pain control.
Complete thread -- GI
Complete thread -- no, nothing in OP's post about legality, that was my question...lemme see if I can explain
Complete thread -- I'd say he is just muttering/slurring/mispronouncing switcher (switching) stick
Complete thread -- reservoir is not capped
Complete thread -- Stedman's Onc only shows hCG...Lab and Path only shows hCG and OB/GYN ONLY shows
Complete thread -- I inserted the "swisher" stick to make an anterior portal.I only know of a "switching
Complete thread -- Thank you. Sounds like the doc needs the Ativan. lol
Complete thread -- I second.
Complete thread -- I don't see anything regarding if it were legal or not?? She just was not sure what she
Complete thread -- Thank you all!!
Complete thread -- Agree. Doc just getting his words mixed up.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Either per Stedman's GI/GU
Complete thread -- Always hCG.
Complete thread -- would it be hCG or HCG okay too?
Complete thread -- I did read entire message - OP said "not convinced" - my point is that if it were a legal
Complete thread -- "I am unable to provide him any history."
Complete thread -- Small pictures, two-view details lumbar spine" what I hear
Complete thread -- If you read her entire message, you would see she made note of this.
Complete thread -- That's it! Good job! You're welcome!
Complete thread -- thank you so much for your tip. Just brilliant
Complete thread -- After p.o., i think he's saying SL (for sublingual). Thanks for ....
Complete thread -- X-rays performed 07/31/2012. _____ lumbar spine. On my review....
Complete thread -- sounds like a stutter to me
Complete thread -- Not sure - she could be correcting cuz I can't make anything out.
Complete thread -- got it just symtoms and calcium, thank you!
Complete thread -- are you in a state where medical cannabis is legal?
Complete thread -- what about the first blank?
Complete thread -- transcription doesn't quite match audio, IMO - really hard to hear her
Complete thread -- calcium levels
Complete thread -- lorazepam is a generic drug and thus not capped
Complete thread -- Appetite stimulant s/l *cat-a-mus* or Marinol or Megace.
Complete thread -- fluoxetine is first blank
Complete thread -- Help with psych note please.
Complete thread -- WAV posted gut symptoms and also anxiety (????) symptoms including thyroid tests and
Complete thread -- Ommaya Reservoir (found it the blog of a patient with this condition)
Complete thread -- .wav sent - Neurology - surgery for carcinomatous infiltration of the leptomeninges
Complete thread -- I hear that too.
Complete thread -- You are so right.
Complete thread -- Sounds to me like (which can be totally wrong as it is so hard to understand) ...
Complete thread -- but you don't hear anything else, right?
Complete thread -- advance directive, not advanced directive
Complete thread -- ... not only the code status but the directions listed in advance to whether they want to
Complete thread -- WOW, definitely says postoperative diagnosis "same"
Complete thread -- Yes, advanced directive is the code status of the patient.
Complete thread -- this is what was dictated? is this worded right?
Complete thread -- i also came up with that, but problem is that patient is in teh US. guess i will flag.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: _____ .
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- if those are the blanks, this is how I got those: s.m.
Complete thread -- Ferricon is a medicine available in a number of countries worldwide. A list of US medicati
Complete thread -- that is it, thank you ...
Complete thread -- and I will review these results with her. He cannot review her with the results.
Complete thread -- Too busy asking for more help.
Complete thread -- 2nd: galactorrhea??
Complete thread -- does this make sense??
Complete thread -- 1st - prolactin???
Complete thread -- s/l ferikon
Complete thread -- circuitous
Complete thread -- circuitous?
Complete thread -- right on target=thank you, GABA soothe
Complete thread -- Got it thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- evolving is used correctly.
Complete thread -- follow up (verb) action being suggested
Complete thread -- follow up
Complete thread -- GABA use
Complete thread -- followup?
Complete thread -- medication for depression, over-the-counter gabasuze?
Complete thread -- don't know, but if someone gives you an answer it is polite to come back
Complete thread -- He had word finding difficulty and slurred speech. Also the content o ...
Complete thread -- no surrounding context
Complete thread -- OAOMPP: Did you see where you had a wrong word in one of your reports (shows, not ch
Complete thread -- The patient presented today for followup. However, upon arriving, he ...
Complete thread -- Need surrounding context.
Complete thread -- elevated s/l "polaterum" with bilateral s/l "glateria"
Complete thread -- WAV posted with 2 blanks
Complete thread -- ? does not sound like your example, but sexual?
Complete thread -- This has to be a joke...
Complete thread -- ummmm... I don't hear any of those meds or any English words for that matter.
Complete thread -- or could be a nursing home, skilled nursing home or if you have access
Complete thread -- googlecom + location/city/state of your account + pharmacies + dr names
Complete thread -- s/l rootwire has been prescribing the lorazepam. i am not sure if this is a doctor
Complete thread -- is this Vistra or Vistaril?
Complete thread -- I also googled * landing, NY and Google gave me the answer as well.
Complete thread -- Wow, I googled your EXACT s/l "spodac landing NY" and was given answer.
Complete thread -- Thank you!! : )
Complete thread -- unless this is his first time dictating, someone somewhere should have a sample of his PE.
Complete thread -- He does, however, have significant percentage of erectile failure. Today, we focused
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Schodack Landing
Complete thread -- My sympathies...
Complete thread -- OMG. I'd rather work in the red light district than have to do that
Complete thread -- a few blanks... have NO idea
Complete thread -- Pt lives in a one-family home in *spo-dac* Landing, New York. I've
Complete thread -- No significant history of coronary artery disease, _____ diabetes? and something.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- makes more sense, I didnt catch that ...
Complete thread -- your wav was covered up by another poster. can you do MP3 - or wait a min
Complete thread -- After Lipitor is "ALLERGIES: No known drug allergies."
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- Is this Vistra or Vistaril?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I hear shows, too, not chose.
Complete thread -- boss: a circular rounded projection or protuberance.
Complete thread -- s/l frontoparietal boss
Complete thread -- shows limitations in ADL performance and in balance.
Complete thread -- No problem. :)
Complete thread -- I put the dashes in to cover my questionable areas. I guess that thought
Complete thread -- performance and imbalance or in balance...but i'm hearing everything else same as you.
Complete thread -- Why dashes, especially considering "we will pick..." is a sentence on its own?
Complete thread -- I should have shown lower case for tolterodine (I forgot)
Complete thread -- wav file. I am just not sure what I have is correct.
Complete thread -- Yes, an app. Thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l vole tear a deen 2mg may be Tolterodine (Detrol) 2 MG
Complete thread -- that's an App right? Yes, I'd cap it.
Complete thread -- Thank you for the suggestion and the tip.
Complete thread -- Just a help. I always type in the mg if I have them on Google. 75 mg search on Google
Complete thread -- That is Plavix and fits the stroke.
Complete thread -- clopidogrel?
Complete thread -- status post right MCA/ICA ischemic stroke
Complete thread -- Cap Tap the Frog or not? We also completed tap the frog activities with tapping each
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. She is not easy on a good day. This was one.
Complete thread -- probably but I guess we'll never know
Complete thread -- I think you might have it with this. (excuse my post below, didn't see this)
Complete thread -- maybe "have to"?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will go with that.
Complete thread -- I hear the 'after' but that's up above assessment. I hear nothing between assessment and
Complete thread -- Almost hear after. Maybe have to?
Complete thread -- I was hoping attempt but could not really hear it.
Complete thread -- i think that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I hear "after increase" (not sure it makes sense though)
Complete thread -- wav file. Is there a word there?
Complete thread -- trephine?
Complete thread -- medially and put a s/l terpine over them. sm...
Complete thread -- or aggravating?
Complete thread -- I think I found what I'm looking for. Thank you, though.
Complete thread -- Patient is status post reverse total shoulder arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks to both
Complete thread -- could be! Will relisten. Thanks.
Complete thread -- could be bone island?
Complete thread -- No, it was not. It was something "and/or" infiltrates.
Complete thread -- He underwent x-rays of the bilateral hips where there was a small bone ...
Complete thread -- The postauricular incision was injected with 1% lidocaine with epineph ... + a e d m d j
Complete thread -- mapping out ?? like a scout film?
Complete thread -- relieving factor?
Complete thread -- Yeah he is definitely not saying retrograde. The s/l is clear.
Complete thread -- can only thing of "retrograde pyelogram"
Complete thread -- alleviating
Complete thread -- pat with joint pain
Complete thread -- could be TENS massage?
Complete thread -- Cystourethroscopy: ...I performed a s/l mapping cut pyelogram
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- facetectomies
Complete thread -- laminectomy of L4-L5, bilateral partial medial *flasatectomies* L4-L5, L5-S1,
Complete thread -- I think "in" would make best sense and "and" would make no
Complete thread -- To briefly summarize his past vascular history, in 2005 we did an ...
Complete thread -- test massage
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- intraurethral
Complete thread -- There were no ______ abnormalities noted.
Complete thread -- Yes, I think the post below about upland bird is what I'm hearing.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I don't think it is a place. BOTH big game and birds maybe.
Complete thread -- Ellik'd or elliked not sure on correct spelling as this is a "docism" for Ellik evacuator
Complete thread -- upland
Complete thread -- Several of these stones were then *el ect* from the bladder and sent
Complete thread -- MTs in Oregon or that general area...
Complete thread -- you are correct, there is a laser fiber used to break up stones
Complete thread -- The wire was then removed and a *laser fiber* was placed through the ureteroscope
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- perinei and bulbocavernosus muscles
Complete thread -- Help with obstetrics note, please.
Complete thread -- your sound file starts after your blanks?
Complete thread -- true, but most docs speak redundancies all day long.
Complete thread -- There were no ______ noted. The prostate was ______ obstructing
Complete thread -- TYSM! So close, yet so far away.
Complete thread -- steroid
Complete thread -- s/l steward or stored (not storage) myopathy TIA!
Complete thread -- She did? Where? I do not see it.
Complete thread -- ah, duh
Complete thread -- Not quite sure what you are hearing or what you are questioning. I hear (sm)
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: ______ diagnosis history of colonic polyps
Complete thread -- will listen again.
Complete thread -- WAG... (serially or maybe sterilely) tacked with staples?
Complete thread -- The incision was s/l sterotacked with staples and we concluded the procedure.
Complete thread -- supraSMAS superficial musculoaponeurotic system (SMAS)!!
Complete thread -- We undermined the sutures in the s/l supra smass plane. Tx.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input, but I just listened again, and this is not what he said.
Complete thread -- talked to Dr. Sloat, whom he had seen previously...
Complete thread -- We talked about _ seen previously for his neck fusion.
Complete thread -- parenchyma maybe
Complete thread -- There was also a CT of the chest with and without contrast. A report ...
Complete thread -- paucicellular!!
Complete thread -- send with a blank.
Complete thread -- Frozen biopsy showed s/l palsy cellular material consistent with fibromatosis.
Complete thread -- as well as the C4 area on the left?
Complete thread -- You also forward flex with skee-ball too (since doc didn't mention video game)
Complete thread -- not like your s/l FO all I can think of is SI joint area on left
Complete thread -- I believe is injection(anesthesia prior to) post auricular incision link
Complete thread -- ortho, A s/l 5 6 0 4 K-wire was placed through distal femur. is it 0.5604?
Complete thread -- Care was taken not to allow *snare drumming/trimming* of the skin graf ...
Complete thread -- "s/l: si/fo"
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I am not OP. LOL do not know why I put that in there. Habit I guess
Complete thread -- There are several hits on Google. Looks to be a video game.
Complete thread -- Sports, Play
Complete thread -- I had to go ahead and send it in. Thanks though poi. I hate all these new interns, sm
Complete thread -- She? The name is male.
Complete thread -- right arm as well, mainly in the biceps and triceps. ?
Complete thread -- He describes weakness in the right arm and _____ biceps and triceps.
Complete thread -- I was thinking along those lines too but basilar infiltrates at both lung bases
Complete thread -- google 4 quadrant incision ear -
Complete thread -- Agree with incision.
Complete thread -- betcha its basilar
Complete thread -- the "p" sound is the first sound you hear in "impinging"
Complete thread -- yes (and by chance)
Complete thread -- a few things...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- incision...
Complete thread -- It almost s/l mass(es) and/or infiltrates but can't really document interstitial mass, so
Complete thread -- nonlobular?
Complete thread -- she put all that in the post below
Complete thread -- aveolar?
Complete thread -- need to place a period after emboli as that is a negative finding
Complete thread -- interstitial s/l "nassiner" infiltrates at both lung bases
Complete thread -- Definitely need more context. What is procedure?
Complete thread -- ?innervation
Complete thread -- Portuguese and Spanish are very closely related, and I'm sure "they all sound alike"
Complete thread -- The postauricular incision was injected with 1% lidocaine with epineph ...
Complete thread -- Not sure without more context, but inspection or incision.
Complete thread -- At this point of time, we did a four-quadrant *insertion* of the exter ...
Complete thread -- Oh, my goodness, thank you! I knew I had heard it before, but just couldn't find it. Tx!
Complete thread -- hyphae
Complete thread -- Urinalysis showed 2+ yeast with 'HY-fee.'
Complete thread -- higher cranial nerves (V, IX, X, XI)
Complete thread -- I think he just means higher cortical function is intact, so I'm going with it.
Complete thread -- No s/l "higher" cranial nerve deficit.
Complete thread -- looks like may be a pronoun to me Balance inner ear eval, Balance Center
Complete thread -- it was fortunate in that it was found.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Definitely not correcting. I'm going to do balance/inner ear. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Do you think dictator was self-correcting as he/she says
Complete thread -- balance inner ear examination? How is that transcribed?
Complete thread -- I wouldn't consider a fracture "fortunate" for the patient but see what he means. lol
Complete thread -- serendipitous - The Free Dictionary
Complete thread -- Well, I guess he could be saying they were "lucky" to find it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- the femur was x-rayed and they found a knee (patella) abnormality.
Complete thread -- come upon or found by accident
Complete thread -- Why in the world would he use the word "serendipitous" in this context? Fortunate?
Complete thread -- google Nitro-Tech
Complete thread -- A medication s/l nitrotek (no context) ...
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- if you put a comma after 2 nodules, it would read one on the
Complete thread -- You are SO correct. Thank you!
Complete thread -- 2 noduleS... in the left thryoid. No flag. Just making mention of the change of one
Complete thread -- Flagging question...
Complete thread -- necrotic?
Complete thread -- prosody
Complete thread -- Referring to a rectal tumor as a s/l "cratted" tumor. Could be "crowded." Would
Complete thread -- What is the medical word that describes rhythm of language ?
Complete thread -- to Mgt and others: I found out the lady dictator I thought was Spanish and you
Complete thread -- Thank
Complete thread -- bloody pus
Complete thread -- I think would like need to be a contrast study to see "intensity"
Complete thread -- bronchoscopy showed s/l buhyou-pus and he is being treated for pneumonia.
Complete thread -- Would it be "areas of diminished density" or "intensity," or could it possibly be
Complete thread -- syrinx
Complete thread -- I think she is describing the length of each section (side) of the
Complete thread -- He underwent MRIs of the cervical spine. The first study was performe ...
Complete thread -- side effects (?bleeding) sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much :)
Complete thread -- not if clearly dictated. Only if it were contradictory to something else in the
Complete thread -- Oh -this is a general exam, nothing really wrong with patient
Complete thread -- Have a hard time knowing what to question sometimes. Would you a flag 132/39 bp?
Complete thread -- just think of what was lysing. blood. = heme. certainly not homo...
Complete thread -- pegging, studding?
Complete thread -- plaquing?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- I hear it start with the "p" sound...
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- ? impinging
Complete thread -- Thanks... I thought I heard that too.
Complete thread -- s/l pedging???
Complete thread -- It's "was foolish" something, "was foolish to take the step __" hmm
Complete thread -- vasectomy question....
Complete thread -- and interpretation
Complete thread -- yea, she kept saying homo- and it threw me because i've always typed hemo.
Complete thread -- 3. Superior vena cavogram, supervision _____
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- My spellcheck already caught that. Sending on with blank.
Complete thread -- FYI homicidal not homocidal
Complete thread -- Actually, I didn't notice your LB, as I know you are exp MT, thought sm
Complete thread -- Awesome, thank you!
Complete thread -- the patient was s/l "full lease to take step tolly"
Complete thread -- Yep, thanks Darlene.
Complete thread -- my take...
Complete thread -- I know, right?? lol
Complete thread -- did ya find it? means the red blood cells ruptured (lysis)
Complete thread -- grammar/punctuation of longest sentence ever... Help!
Complete thread -- What a concept. Actually, I did google both words. nm
Complete thread -- ooooohhh, bet ya had the answer, "see where she was "contracting" (sm for next time)
Complete thread -- google.com enter hemolysis, gives the answer
Complete thread -- Gomco bell 1.3
Complete thread -- Gomco bell
Complete thread -- homolysis or hemolysis?
Complete thread -- s/l Gem Cobel 1 to 3
Complete thread -- but no hits on google
Complete thread -- there is Stratte kidney clamp in Stedman's equipment.. maybe?
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Sarot?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input everyone! Thanks for the helpful resources!
Complete thread -- weird.. god save this pt/Dr.
Complete thread -- Nephrectomy - s/l Surat clamps
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- fulguration
Complete thread -- am I missing something here? pain clinic note and in the "pain characterics" s.m.
Complete thread -- I know I know the word, but I can't come up with it!
Complete thread -- calf?
Complete thread -- WAG calf?
Complete thread -- On physical exam, he has no carotid bruits. His femoral artery pulses are palpable b
Complete thread -- On physical exam, he has no carotid bruits. His femoral artery pulses are palpable b
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- Oh for heavens sake. Of course it is! Thanks.
Complete thread -- Prince Edward Island
Complete thread -- malar
Complete thread -- a few things...
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I looked at all of the Rhode Island towns, not that many. This did
Complete thread -- There are no oral or nasal ulcers, *mallard* discoid rash, photosensitivity, miscarri
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- probably due to paucity of symptoms
Complete thread -- paucity? small amount
Complete thread -- Do not suspect vasculitis or connective tissue due *posity* of other symptoms.
Complete thread -- http://kinesiologydatabase.com/page/view/allergen-panels
Complete thread -- rice (mice or mites)? Maybe?
Complete thread -- Post oak (Quercus stellata), sometimes called iron oak, is a medium-sized tree abundant th
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- or 10 o'clock position?
Complete thread -- Maybe it is on this list (sm)
Complete thread -- Skin prick test s/l post oak, s/l hackenberry, s/l rice mold TIA!
Complete thread -- 12 o'clock position?
Complete thread -- flagged it, thanks
Complete thread -- ? tomahawk position ?
Complete thread -- just to clarify, it appears you only hyphenate if the time is followed by "position",
Complete thread -- ? retrograde
Complete thread -- Hospitalization for...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'm hearing double sterile technique?
Complete thread -- Think it might be double stick technique
Complete thread -- Orthovisc injection was carried out into the left knee using double _____ technique.
Complete thread -- 00 Vicryl?
Complete thread -- OB/Gyn
Complete thread -- fFN (Fetal Fibronectin)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- B
Complete thread -- s/l af-fa-fan ?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- a or b
Complete thread -- Wait, what do you mean you're going to tell them what I said? I said
Complete thread -- If your dictator dictates something incorrectly, go by YOUR guidelines provided
Complete thread -- The patient is on s/l "Delsottic" and Nasonex nasal spray
Complete thread -- Yeah, I found similar hit but not much documentation really, so left blank. Really
Complete thread -- ?? iufd (intrauterine fetal demise)
Complete thread -- consider: intussusception and transient collapse
Complete thread -- sure it's not melatonin 5 mg?
Complete thread -- Okay, next time the dictator dictates something incorrect, I'll put it and when they ask
Complete thread -- Got it, thanks for the explanation. Been a long day. Makes sense now! You're the best
Complete thread -- She was unsteady on the previous dose SM
Complete thread -- You're trying to be the "boss" and control what YOU think is right.
Complete thread -- hey...ya never know...mighta been doing...lol
Complete thread -- sure it isn't Slow-Mag? (often given with potassium citrate for stones)
Complete thread -- Geeze, do you check your common sense at the door too? Sorry that trying to
Complete thread -- One-click Answers brings up "cortisol (in biochemistry)." Also found
Complete thread -- I personally don't care which guideline they choose. Nope.
Complete thread -- Left blank. Thanks.
Complete thread -- All I find is Meladerm, a skin lightening cream, probably not right.
Complete thread -- just saying that instead of saying stable or similar. Sounds fine to me
Complete thread -- Milliderm 5 ?
Complete thread -- How so?
Complete thread -- Patient reports she has been steadier on current dose make little sense IMO
Complete thread -- whew! :) - That sure sounded funny (to me)
Complete thread -- I think it's just "transient collapse." I'll probably change to rectum. She says things
Complete thread -- thanks! Should be SEEING Dr. X. ;)
Complete thread -- What a pitiful attitude. Someone has to because obviously no one typing cares.
Complete thread -- sodium bicarbonate? He has been *doing* Dr. X??
Complete thread -- He has a significant history of nephrolithiasis, hypercalciuria and hy ...
Complete thread -- I've never ever hyphenated that, nor have I ever seen anyone hyphenate it.
Complete thread -- By the way, our clients still want BOS2, so thankfully I don't have to change, lol.
Complete thread -- makes perfect sense.
Complete thread -- rectum (rectal?) but can't get your s/l - can you post wav or mp3?
Complete thread -- eruption of transient s/l "to collapse" to the distal sigmoid colon
Complete thread -- Thanks. I wondered if it changed with BOS3 and apparently it did.
Complete thread -- Maybe steadily ??
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- BoS is correct. that is not referring to a time reference, but an anatomical spot.
Complete thread -- I hear this too don't feel it makes sense
Complete thread -- LOL, I know, right ????? Just can't tell.
Complete thread -- steadier.
Complete thread -- Nope, never, ever do that! Unfortunately BOS3 disagrees with me - this is shocking to me.
Complete thread -- stable? steady?
Complete thread -- per my BOS 2 - The incision was made at the 3 o’clock position.
Complete thread -- Patient reports she has been ____ on current dose of medication
Complete thread -- hmmm..I don't, but apparently you do :)
Complete thread -- Not according to BOS2. However, I don't have a BOS3 and it may have
Complete thread -- There was this woman named Mary.....
Complete thread -- When writing 4-o'clock position, do you put a hyphen between the number and o'clock?
Complete thread -- I think it's "trauma series"
Complete thread -- CAT scans of all extremities were done, s/l "thomas" series, which was
Complete thread -- Never mind. I'm going with one word.
Complete thread -- auto-corrected, autocorrected?
Complete thread -- on your list, does fistula fit in there or just throwing out stuff.
Complete thread -- You're a lifesaver, poi! Thanks! Woot!
Complete thread -- erythrocyte sedimentation
Complete thread -- Oh! I think it's "autofluorescence". :)
Complete thread -- Dentistry term. S/L "autoforacins" or "otophorassins" or ???
Complete thread -- Just gonna blank it and send it through. Thanks anyway folks.
Complete thread -- Plan is also proceed with ____ sedimentation rate, C-reactive protein and po
Complete thread -- guess he is "clearly enunciating" garbage then.
Complete thread -- OMG, get this - doxycycline for rosacea - Of course he pronounced wrong. Shocker
Complete thread -- Definitely appreciate the guess, but he's not saying that. He clearly enunciates my s/l.
Complete thread -- CKD? big guess
Complete thread -- for ulcer? For zoster? Not sure
Complete thread -- s/l "kelly drip"
Complete thread -- doxycycline for ____,
Complete thread -- could it be 'intrauterine single pregnancy' (as opposed to twin?) - guess.
Complete thread -- LOL, yep! Thanks so much
Complete thread -- a team effort :)
Complete thread -- Patient is satisfied with outcome! Yeah - thanks for the hints (below)! ♥
Complete thread -- Patient states despite his outcome, patient reports he is able to.....
Complete thread -- The patient said despite this _________??? (suggestions)
Complete thread -- ...procedure 06/19/2012. ______. Patient reports he is able to function.
Complete thread -- Honey BOO needs to share how this is being used? Or she will lose her crown and sash.
Complete thread -- No, but thanks.
Complete thread -- what is a spontaneous pregnancy?
Complete thread -- ? Context
Complete thread -- Gaviscon maybe?
Complete thread -- Doctor says IUSP; i know IUP is intrauterine pregnancy, but IUSP? sm
Complete thread -- "something about sword" or Tums
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ignore this, I think poster above has it.
Complete thread -- I agree with the "no sense", that is why I put the question. Just couldn't
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- i hear that too, but the routine makes sorta no sense.
Complete thread -- and had repeated blows to the L-spine.
Complete thread -- routine? blows to the spine.
Complete thread -- terrible file.
Complete thread -- i have reposted,maybe it is clearer now.
Complete thread -- hmm, I think maybe she's saying "poor cardiac perfusion." Thanks.
Complete thread -- is that normal speed or slowed down?
Complete thread -- based on poor renal perfusion as well as evidence of "poor clottic" perfusion
Complete thread -- Horrible dictation. I hear L-spine, but can't get blank.
Complete thread -- female status post a fall. She was involved in an altercation in whic ...
Complete thread -- I know it does. I'll go with it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- revived makes much more sense.
Complete thread -- I want to hear "revived" in this sentence but really s/l "revised"
Complete thread -- They can still be "accredited" but by other organizations besides
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Probably algorithms.
Complete thread -- increments?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- The images were reviewed in bone and soft tissue *window awe-grid-ums*.
Complete thread -- Anyone know what "IS training" might be? May have to do with bowel or bladder? sm
Complete thread -- cryptogenic organizing pneumonia
Complete thread -- Guatemala
Complete thread -- never mind, got it guetamala
Complete thread -- patient is going to s/l glata mala
Complete thread -- the pt does have Hodgkin's with bleomycin lung toxicity if that helps
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- I got it, she changed it to generic bisacodyl Thanks!
Complete thread -- she said Dulcolax and said "go back" and said something like dys-i-col-diol
Complete thread -- thanks, I did try MedLexicon and nothing there seemed to fit. I will flag.
Complete thread -- Could it be UTI? When looking up TVI or TDI on MedLexicon there are
Complete thread -- Dulcolax, Midrin.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- s/l TVI? TDI? can't find what either of those would be.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Bard® Magnum® Reusable Core Biopsy System | Bard Biopsy
Complete thread -- you will nearly always have 3 values for cardiac enzymes. (troponin, CK, CK-MB)
Complete thread -- I see, it's a series, thought maybe there was a time in there - thanks
Complete thread -- means a lot of things
Complete thread -- found a Manan?
Complete thread -- 0.5, 0.68, and 0.04.
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/#hl=en&sclient=psy-ab&q=magnum+biopsy&oq=magnum+biopsy&gs_l=hp.3..0
Complete thread -- not sure how to transcribe, plse sm
Complete thread -- Gun used during needle biopsy.
Complete thread -- They are meds. I will flag. Thanks.
Complete thread -- wav file - 2 blanks. Thanks. I found a supplement called MED PASS and that might be
Complete thread -- Should be "Principal Discharge Diagnoses" not
Complete thread -- If they are accredited facilities, they better be.
Complete thread -- You never "HAVE" to expand anything. If they use something you cannot verify, you can
Complete thread -- of course, that is not even what was dictated however, not at all what was even asked
Complete thread -- ? I found this on a search for whey protein 130 - PGN Nutrition Whey Sensible
Complete thread -- On the supplement/vitamins suggestion, I found...
Complete thread -- "if" current or past hx of aortic surg/med, AO usually means aorta sm
Complete thread -- If so, maybe a type of whey?
Complete thread -- Maybe it is a natural supplement since it is listed with vitamins?
Complete thread -- Very Strange Medication Name.
Complete thread -- can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- Time out?
Complete thread -- He's slurring so bad; I have no idea what word would fit here.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- AO fistula
Complete thread -- I think it's cbc, bmp
Complete thread -- I know that's not what it really sounds like, but he said it again later, without all the
Complete thread -- I think he said "daily CBC and CMP"
Complete thread -- second blank is products.
Complete thread -- wav posted please sm (snake bite on right index finger)
Complete thread -- I hear volarly.
Complete thread -- wag: volarly? cannot listen
Complete thread -- posted wav.
Complete thread -- s/l Bowl-ally from the lateral view, there is a small wafer of bone...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- discontinued?
Complete thread -- feculent
Complete thread -- evidence of *succulent* material in the abdomen
Complete thread -- s/l "DC" Forte 1 mg
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- Power 5/5, symmetrical. s/l at frissy bisk equivocal
Complete thread -- is this correct?? ...
Complete thread -- She is currently on: 1. A growth hormone therapy in the form of Hu ...
Complete thread -- Thank you, it was Shenton's line! :) ...
Complete thread -- Stedman's showing sacral arcuate line, and when I googled just as
Complete thread -- long shot, cyma line (podiatric).
Complete thread -- X-rays of the hip reveal a left acetabular index of 24 degrees, right ...
Complete thread -- I found it. Tolvaptan.
Complete thread -- we will have to consider giving him s/l toll bab tan.
Complete thread -- could it be 'dysprosodic' speech?
Complete thread -- Speech was *disponturic* with no discernible words, although verbalizing.
Complete thread -- Reyataz
Complete thread -- drug list; AIDS drug spelled rayetex 450 with a ?
Complete thread --